Title:
Simple house structure
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
The present invention discloses a simple house structure that includes a framework, a floorslab, a wallboard and a shingle, and the framework includes a pedestal coupled to each first vertical rod, a first corner pillar, a first edge pillar and a first center connector disposed at different positions of each first vertical rod, and a second vertical rod connected to each first corner pillar, edge pillar and center connector, and each second vertical rod includes a second corner pillar, a second edge pillar, and a second center connector disposed at different positions of each second vertical rod, and a transversal rod installed between each connectors, and a diagonal rod installed between each transversal rod and first and second vertical rods, such that the house structure can have a better strength and achieve the effects of quick installation and dismantling.



Inventors:
Lin, Yu-chang (Taipei City, TW)
Yang, Ming-jhe (Taichung City, TW)
Application Number:
11/250523
Publication Date:
07/20/2006
Filing Date:
10/17/2005
Primary Class:
International Classes:
E04H6/00; E04B1/24; E04B1/343
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Primary Examiner:
DARNER, CHRISTOPHER J
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Dykema Gossett, PLLC (Washington, DC, US)
Claims:
What is claimed is:

1. A simple house structure, comprising a framework, a floorslab installed in said framework, a wallboard installed at each lateral side of said framework and a shingle installed at the top surface of said framework 1, characterized in that: said framework comprises a pedestal coupled onto a first vertical rod, and said each first vertical rod includes a first corner pillar connector, a first edge pillar connector, and a first center connector disposed at different positions of said first vertical rod, and a second vertical rod is installed at said each first corner pillar, edge pillar, and center connector, and said each second vertical rod includes a second corner pillar connector, a second edge pillar connector and a second center connector disposed at different positions of said vertical rod, and a transversal rod is installed separately between said first and second corner pillar connectors, said first and second edge pillar connectors, and said first and second center connectors, and a diagonal rod is installed between said each transversal rod and said first and second vertical rods.

2. The simple house structure of claim 1, wherein said framework is made of an aluminum alloy material.

3. The simple house structure of claim 1, wherein said first and second vertical rods include a connecting hole disposed separately on both ends of said first and second vertical rods.

4. The simple house structure of claim 1, wherein said first corner pillar connector includes an inserting section disposed separately on both ends of said first corner pillar connector, and said first corner pillar connector includes a connecting section disposed on two distal surfaces of the adjacent opposite corners of said first corner pillar connector.

5. The simple house structure of claim 1, wherein said first edge pillar connector includes an inserting section disposed separately on both ends of said first edge pillar connector, and said first edge pillar connector includes a connecting section disposed on two distal surfaces of the adjacent opposite corners of said first edge pillar connector.

6. The simple house structure of claim 1, wherein said first center connector includes an inserting section disposed separately on both ends of said first center connector, and said first center connector includes a connecting section disposed on each distal surface of said first center connector edge pillar connector.

7. The simple house structure of claim 1, wherein said second corner pillar connector includes an inserting section disposed at an end of said second corner pillar connector, and said second corner pillar connector includes a connecting section disposed on two distal surfaces of the adjacent opposite corners of said second corner pillar connector.

8. The simple house structure of claim 1, wherein said second edge pillar connector includes an inserting section disposed at an end of said second edge pillar connector, and said second edge pillar connector includes a connecting section disposed separately on three distal surfaces of said second edge pillar connector.

9. The simple house structure of claim 1, wherein said second center connector includes an inserting section disposed at an end of said second center connector, and said second center connector includes a connecting section disposed separately on each distal surface of said second center connector.

10. The simple house structure of claim 1, wherein said each pedestal, first and second vertical rods, said first and second corner pillar connectors, said first and second edge pillar connectors, said first and second center connectors and said transversal rod are fixed by a fixing member.

Description:

FIELD OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates to a simple house structure, and more particularly to a house structure having a better strength and the house can be assembled or disassembled quickly.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

The framework of a general simple house is comprised of a plurality of steel beams connected with each other, and two prior art steel beams 7 and 8 perpendicular to each other are connected by soldering, and then a support plate 83 is soldered on another side of the junction contact surface of the two steel beams 7, 8, and a better force can be applied between the two steel beam 7, 8 (as shown in FIG. 11), or a connecting board 81 of an appropriate shape together with a fixing member are used to fix a vertical steel beam 8 and two parallel steel beams 7, 7a as shown in FIG. 12, a connecting board 82 in an L-shape or other appropriate shape together with a fixing member are used to connect two adjacent vertical steel beams 7, 8 by soldering as shown in FIG. 13, and the foregoing construction constitutes a framework of a simple house structure.

Although the framework of the foregoing prior art simple house structure can be made by the steel beams 7, 7a, 8 with the connecting board 81 and the support plate 82, the framework is weak since the structural strength at the contact surface or junction of each steel beam 7, 7a, 8 is the weakest, and thus the connecting surface of each steel beam 7, 7a, 8 will be deformed easily if a force is exerted onto the connecting surface when the framework is shaken. A framework of this sort affects the safety of the house structure. Furthermore, the construction of the framework requires large hoisting machines and equipments since the steel beams are very heavy, and such construction consumes lots of manpower, time, and efforts. Therefore, the applications of the prior art house structure cannot meet user's requirements.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

Therefore, it is a primary objective of the present invention to provide a house structure having a better strength.

Another objective of the present invention is to provide a house structure that can be constructed and dismantled quickly.

A further objective of the present invention is to provide a house structure whose construction plane can be changed during the construction of the house.

Another further objective of the present invention is to provide a house structure that does not require large hoisting machines and equipments for the construction and can meet the cost-efficient effect.

Another objective of the present invention is to provide a house structure whose materials can be recycled and reused when the house is dismantled.

To achieve the foregoing objectives, a simple house structure of the present invention comprises a framework, a floorslab, a wallboard, and a shingle; wherein the framework comprises a plurality of pedestals coupled to a first vertical rod, first corner pillar, edge pillar and center connector connected to different positions of each first vertical rod, and each first corner pillar, edge pillar, center connector is connected to a second vertical rod, and each second corner pillar, edge pillar, and center connector is connected at different positions of each second vertical rod, and a transversal rod is installed between connectors, and a diagonal rod is installed between each transversal rod and first and second vertical rods.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the invention;

FIG. 2 is an exploded view of the invention;

FIGS. 3 to 10 are schematic views of the installation of the invention;

FIG. 11 is a schematic view of the installation of a prior art;

FIG. 12 is a schematic view of the installation of another prior art; and

FIG. 13 is a schematic view of the installation of a further prior art.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

Referring to FIGS. 1 to 10 for the perspective view, exploded view, and schematic views of the installation of the present invention, a simple house structure of the invention comprises a framework 1, a floorslab 2 installed in the framework 1, a wallboard 3 installed on each lateral side of the framework 1, and a shingle 4 installed at the top of the framework 1, and the wallboards 3 are connected by a bent board 31, and the structure of the framework 1 gives a better strength to the house structure, and thus achieving the fast constructing and dismantling effects.

The foregoing framework 1 is made of an aluminum alloy material to give a light and strong framework 1, so that the house structure does not require large hoisting machines and equipments for its construction, and the aluminum alloy material can be recycled and reused if the house structure is dismantled, and thus complying with the cost-efficient requirement. The framework 1 includes a plurality of pedestals 10, each having a first vertical rod 11 disposed thereon, and both ends of the first vertical rod 11 separately include a connecting hole 111, 112 and each first vertical rod 11 includes a first corner pillar connector 12, a first edge pillar connector 13 and a first center connector 14 disposed at different installation positions. Both ends of the first corner pillar connector 12 separately include an inserting section 121, 122, and two distal surfaces of two adjacent opposite corners of the first corner pillar connector 12 separately include a connecting section 123, and both ends of the first edge pillar connector 13 separately include an inserting section 131, 132, and a connecting section 133 disposed on three distal surfaces of the first edge pillar connector 13, and both ends of the first center connector 14 separately include an inserting section 141, 142, and each distal surface of the first center connector 14 includes a connecting section 143. Each of the first corner pillar 12, edge pillar 13 and center connector 14 includes a second vertical rod 15, and both ends of the second vertical rod 15 separately include a connecting hole 151, 152, and each second vertical rod 15 includes a second corner pillar connector 16, a second edge pillar connector 17 and a second center connector 18. An end of the second corner pillar connector 16 includes an inserting section 161, and two distal surfaces at the adjacent opposite corners of the second corner pillar connector 16 separately include a connecting section 162, and an end of the second edge pillar connector 17 includes an inserting section 171, and three distal surfaces of the second edge pillar connector 17 separately include a connecting section 172, and an end of the second center connector 18 includes an inserting section 181, and each distal surface of the second center connector 18 includes a connecting section 182. Each transversal rod 19 is installed between the first and second corner pillar connectors 12, 16, the first and second edge pillar connectors 13, 17, and the first and second center connectors 14, 18. The pedestals 10, first and second vertical rods 11, 15, first and second corner pillar connectors 12, 16, first and second edge pillar connectors 13, 17, first and second center connectors 14, 18, and a transversal rod are fixed separately by a fixing member 5, and thus achieving the quick constructing and dismantling effects. Further, a diagonal rod 191 is installed between each transversal rod 19 and the first and second vertical rods 11, 15. The foregoing structure constitutes a novel simple house structure.

The present invention is applicable for a two-floor simple house structure. When the first floor is constructed at the ground 6, each pedestal 10 is fixed onto the ground 6 according to the construction area as shown in FIG. 3, such that the construction plane of the house structure can be adjusted at will, and then the connecting hole 111 at an end of the first vertical rod 11 is sheathed onto the pedestal 10 (as shown in FIG. 4), and an inserting section 121, 131, 141 of the first corner pillar connector 12, first edge pillar connector 13 and first center connector 14 is inserted separately into a connecting hole 112 at the corners, lateral sides, and the central position on another end of first vertical rod 11 as shown in FIG. 5, and then the connecting sections 123, 133, 143 of the first corner pillar connector 12, first edge pillar connector 13 and first center connector 14 include a transversal rod 19 as shown in FIG. 6, and a diagonal rod 191 is installed at a predetermined position between each transversal rod 19 and the first vertical rod 11 as a reinforcement for the whole framework 1, and a floorslab 2 is covered on each first corner pillar connector 12, first edge pillar connector 13 and first center connector 14 as shown in FIG. 8, and thus the construction of the first floor is completed.

When the second floor is constructed, the connecting hole 151 of the second vertical rod 15 is sheathed separately onto the inserting sections 122, 132, 142 disposed at another end of the first corner pillar 12, edge pillar 13, and center connector 14 as shown in FIG. 8, and then an inserting section 161, 171, 181 at one end of the second corner pillar connector 16, second edge pillar connector 17 and second center connector 18 is inserted into the connecting hole 152 at each corner, lateral side, and central position on another end of the second vertical rod 15 as shown in FIG. 9. A transversal rod 19 is installed separately between the connecting sections 162, 172, 182 of the second corner pillar connector 16, the second edge pillar connector 17 and the first center connector 18, and a diagonal rod 191 is installed at a predetermined position between each transversal rod 19 and second vertical rod 15 as shown in FIG. 10, and thus the construction of the second floor is completed. A framework 1 is constructed and finally a wallboard 3 is installed on each lateral side of the framework 1, and the wallboards 3 are connected by the bent boards 31, and a shingle 4 is installed at the top of the framework 1 as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2 to complete the simple house structure. When the house structure is shaken, the structure and connection of the first and second vertical rods 11, 15 with the transversal rod 19, each inserting section 121, 122, 131, 132, 141, 142, 161, 171, 181 with each connecting section 123, 133, 143, 162, 172, 182 of the first and second corner pillar connectors 12, 16, first and second edge pillar connectors 13, 17 and first and second center connectors 14, 18 can prevent a force from being exerted directly onto the contact surface of each component of the house structure and prevent any deformation occurred at the connection position of the first and second vertical rods 11, 15 with the transversal rod 19, and the first and second corner pillar connectors 12, 16, first and second edge pillar connectors 13, 17 and first and second center connectors 14, 18 so as to enhance the overall strength of the house structure.

While the invention has been described by way of example and in terms of a preferred embodiment, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited thereto. To the contrary, it is intended to cover various modifications and similar arrangements and procedures, and the scope of the appended claims therefore should be accorded the broadest interpretation so as to encompass all such modifications and similar arrangements and procedures.