|20020095885||Force resistant door and window framing system||July, 2002||Sampson|
|20040128928||Combination structure providing multiple covered parking and storage spaces||July, 2004||Stagner|
|20050011159||Cove elements and floor coatings and methods for installing||January, 2005||Standal et al.|
|20090000230||High Intensity Bamboo Wood Laminated Flooring||January, 2009||Dai et al.|
|20070044392||Modular building construction employing concrete mold assembly||March, 2007||Leblang|
|20050257479||Ballistic shelter||November, 2005||Nygren et al.|
|20070251187||TOWER ADAPTER, METHOD OF PRODUCING A TOWER FOUNDATION AND TOWER FOUNDATION||November, 2007||Schiffer et al.|
|20030070374||Method for insulating a surface||April, 2003||Sievert|
|20090183321||Flared leg precast concrete bridge system||July, 2009||Boresi et al.|
|20060179733||Durable wood-plastic composite flooring for trailers||August, 2006||Padmanabhan|
|20050229529||Anchoring element for the linking of stanchion structures||October, 2005||Frascari|
The insulated siding panel features the permanent integration of the facing blocks with the insulation-layer and intermediate-layer material, which partially bond with each other during the forming and curing of the polyurethane material, producing a dense and structurally durable siding. It also features good insulating properties and a durable, formed siding surface made of the facing blocks.
According to the patent, the insulation panel incorporates facing blocks (2) formed into the wall surface, with their lateral walls set into the intermediate layer (12), and their inner walls set into the insulation layer (11), with a polyurethane material used in the insulation layer and the intermediate layer (12 and 11), and a filler in the intermediate layer (12), physically and chemically identical to the aggregate material making up the top layer (13). The facing blocks are permanently integrated and the insulation, intermediate and top layers are partially bonded during the forming and curing of the polyurethane material. Silica successfully serves as the filler in the intermediate layer as well as the aggregate material comprising the top layer. The face surface of the top layer is rough and constitutes the base for applying the mortar material.
The object of the patent's invention is illustrated in the drawing, in which:
FIG. 1 depicts the axonometric projection of a section of the panel;
FIG. 2 depicts a lengthwise cross-section of the panel;
FIG. 3 depicts its transverse cross-section, with the outline of the recess for the facing block.
The insulated siding panel features an insulation panel (1) made up of a polyurethane foam insulation layer (11) on the side facing the building wall, an intermediate layer (12) made of a mixture of the polyurethane material and silica aggregate as a filler, having a dense monolithic structure, and a top layer (13) made of silica aggregate fixed on the intermediate layer's surface (12) between the facing blocks (2). The facing blocks (2) are set into the intermediate layer (12) with their lateral walls, and are set into the insulation layer (11) with their inner walls. The face walls of the facing blocks (2) project out of the top layer (13) whose surface is rough, absent of the polyurethane material, and constitutes the base for applying the mortar material. The facing blocks are permanently integrated with the insulation layer (11) and the intermediate layer (12), and said layers are partially bonded together with the top layer (13) during the forming and curing of the polyurethane material. The facing blocks (2) are arranged into a metal form so as to match the wall surface, except for the places intended for the “half” recesses (3), where inserts that will not adhere to the polyurethane material are placed. The spaces between the facing blocks (2) are filled with silica aggregate, the ingredients of the polyurethane material are placed into the metal form and the form cover is closed. When the polyurethane material curing process stops, the formed panel is removed, and the inserts are removed from the recesses (3) for the facing blocks (2) of two adjoining insulated facing panels on the building wall.