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1. WO2020139095 - RETRACTABLE PARTITION WALL

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CLAIMS

1. Retractable partition wall characterised by the fact that it is conceived to be used inside or outside a building and, when retracted, it has the aspect of a horizontal beam stuck on the ceiling, whereas when expanded, it operates as a wall.

2. Retractable partition wall characterised by the fact that, when used inside a building and retracted, it looks like a horizontal beam stuck on the ceiling, and when expanded, it can operate as a garage door;

3. Retractable partition wall characterised by the fact that it is conceived to be operated by electronic control.

4. Retractable partition wall characterised by the fact that, in one of its versions, it is conceived so that, in case of power failure, it may be operated by manual drive.

5. Retractable partition wall characterised by the fact that, in another version, it is conceived to be operate manually.

6. Retractable partition wall characterised by the fact that it consists of an assembled left-side runway (A). that is fastened with the aid of the some known fastening elements, such as dowels and screws, on the conventionally left wall of the premises, an assembled right-side runway, (B), mirroring the left-side runway (A) and which is fastened with some known fastening elements, such as dowels and screws, on the conventionally right-side wall of the premises, a drive mechanism (C) and several assembled movable panels (D);

7. Assembled leftside runway (A), according to Claim 6, characterised by the fact that it consists (fig. 2a, fig, 2a’) of a left bridle (1), fastened at the base of the conventionally left-side wall, a vertical runway (2) of he height, lc width and gc thickness, with a slot (a) of a1<gc of depth, a vertical runway (2), that lies on top of and is stuck to the left bridle (1), and a left-side storage panel (3) (fig, 3.1, fig.3.2, fig.3.3), of hp height, Ip width and gp-gc thickness, stuck to the ceiling of the premises, on top of and going onward from the runway (2); in the left bridle (1), of hb height, the (a) slot, of a1 depth of the vertical runway (2) continuing on the ab £ hb depth; the anterior end of the left bridle (1) has a milled slot (c) and a hole (d) in which a sprocket wheel (5) for Gall chain can be assembled on an axle (4).

8. Left-side storage panel according to Claim 7, characterised by the fact that it has an T-shaped” slot, which, vertically and going forth from the bottom branch of the letter „F”, continues the slot (a} of the vertical runway (2), at the same depth (a1); the continuation of the vertical of the slot (a) and the top branch of the letter “F” is a slot (as) of the same width (gp) but having a a2 < a1 depth; the two slots that form the horizontal branches of the letter “F” connect to the vertical slot with a rc radius and continue under a b angle, also called “gravitational fall angle”; the vertical distance between the two slots is p; we note with e the distance between the bottom edge of the left-side storage panel (3), and the peak (b) between the upper part of the lower slot of the letter “F”, of a1 depth, and the left side of the slot that continues with the a2 depth; in the left-side storage panel (3), on the vertical line lifted from the axis of the hole (d) in the left bridle (1) a square orifice (m) has been made at the md distance from the lower side of the left-side storage panel (3);

9. Assembled right-side runway (B) according to Claim 6, characterised by the fact that, while mirroring the assembled left-side runway (A) it is made of a right-side bridle (1), fastened on the conventionally right-side wall, a vertical runway (2’), of he height, lc width and gc thickness, with a slot (a') of a1<gc depth, a vertical runway (2'), that lies on top of and is stuck to the right bridle (1’) and a right-side storage panel (3') (fig. 4.1, fig. 4.2, fig. 4.3) of hp height, ip width and gp~gc thickness, stuck to the ceiling of the premises, on top of and going onward from the runway (2’), in the right bridle (1') of hb height, the slot (a') of a1 depth of the vertical runway (2') continuing on the ab < hb depth; the anterior end of the right bridle (1') has been subjected to a milling process (c') and there is a hole (d') in which a sprocket wheel (5!) for Gall chain, identical to the sprocket wheel (5) can be assembled on an axle (4’); in the right-side storage panel (3'), on the vertical line lifted from the axis of the hole (d’) in the right bridle (1’), a square orifice (m') has been made at the md distance from the lower side of the right-side storage panel

(3');

10. Right-side storage panel according to Claim 9, characterised by the fact that it has a “reversed F-shaped” slot that, vertically and going forth from the bottom branch of the “reversed letter F” continues the slot (a’) of the vertical runway (2’) at the same depth (a1); the continuation of the vertical of the slot and the top branch of the “reversed letter F” is a slot (as') of the same width, gp, but having a a2 < a1 depth; the two slots that form the horizontal branches of the “reversed letter F” connect to the vertical slot with a rc radius and continue under a b angle, also called “gravitational fall angle”; the vertical distance between the two slots is p; we note

with e the distance between the bottom edge of the right-side storage panel (3') and the peak (b’) between the upper part of the lower slot of the “reversed letter F” of a1 depth and the left side of the slot (as') that continues with the a2 depth;

11. Driving unit, C, according to Claim 6, characterised by the fact that it consists of a polygonal tube (6), for example an octagonal one, in which,

- through the conventionally left end, a special motor (7) is inserted, that, at the right end, has a polygonal-headed axle (8) that slides into the tube (6) as far as a limiting concavity (u) (Fig. 1a') made on the tube; after the motor (7) is inserted, at the conventionally left end of the tube (6), a distance piece (9) is glided in, which, on the outside, has the section of the tube (6) and on the inside, has the exterior diameter of the motor, with a little clearance; a sprocket wheel for Gall chain (10) is assembled on the distance piece (9); a head (bb) of the same section as that of the square orifice (m) is placed axially on the encasing at the left end of the motor (7); the orifice (m) is processed in the left-side storage panel (3).;

- at the conventionally right end of the tube (6), a distance piece (9) is glided in, which, on the outside, has the section of the tube, and, at the free end, axially, has a cylindrical head, cc, of the same section as that of the cylindrical orifice, m', processed in the right-side storage panel (3'); on the distance piece (9') a sprocket wheel for Gall chain (11) is assembled;

- on the sprocket wheel for Gall chain (10) and the sprocket wheel for Gall chain (5), an endless Gall chain (12) is assembled; on the side facing the runway (2), the Gall chain (12) has an upper work driving arm (13) and a lower work driving arm (23);

- on the sprocket wheel of the Gall chain (11) and the sprocket wheel of the Gall chain (S’), an endless Gall chain (12’) is assembled; on the side facing the runway (2'), the Gall chain (12’) has an upper work driving arm (13') and a lower work driving arm (23’);

- in the assembly, the B axis of the upper work driving arm (13) is the same as the axis of the upper work driving arm (13’) (Fig. 1c’)

- in the assembly, the Z-Z axis of the lower work driving arm (23) is the same as the axis of the lower work driving arm (23’);

12. Assembled movable panels (D) according to Claim 6, characterised by the fact that they consist of an assembled lower panel (E), several assembled intermediary panels (F) and an assembled upper panel (G);

13. Assembled intermediary panel (F) according to Claim 12, characterised by the fact that it consists of a panel (14) of Ip length, hp height and gp thickness, which, both in the upper and the lower part, both at a t distance from both edges and in the middle, has an unfair hole (o), of ao depth; it is only in orifices on the upper part of the panel that some orientation bolts (15) can be assembled, which are made so that some of them may be bound in the orifices on the upper part of the panel (15) whereas on the free side of hp height, with the help of an orientation bevel (to), some may be guided and slide into the unfair holes (o), of ao>bh depth, on the lower part of the next panel, when such a panel exists; laterally, on either side of each panel (F) at the x distance (Fig. 5) from the edges on the hp height, there are two orifices (or) in which the bolts (16 and 17) of an assembled intermediary distance piece (MF) are inserted without any clearance; when assembled, the assembled intermediary panel (E), with the assembled intermediary modules (MP) to the left and to the right of the panel, (.14) may slide on the bearings (21) on the short bolts (16) along the (as and as') slots, of a2 depth, and respectively with the bearings (21) on the long bolts (17), along the (a and a’) slots of ai depth;

14. Assembled lower panel (E) according to Claims 12 and 13, characterised by the fact that it differs from the assembled intermediary panel only in that it has, at sts both ends, an assembled lower distance piece (ME) (Fig. 7);

15. Assembled upper panel (G) according to Claims 12 and 13, characterised by the fact that it differs from the assembled intermediary panel only in that it has, at its both ends, an assembled lower distance piece MG (Fig. 8);

16. Assembled intermediary distance piece (MF) according to Claim 13, characterised by the fact that it consists of two symmetrical lateral elements (18 and 18”) of Lmd length, Imd > gp width, a compression spring (19), which, when uncompressed, has the larc length, and, when compressed, has the lcomp length, a slide block (20), a short bolt (16), on which a bearing (21) is fastened, and a long bolt (17) on which another bearing (.21) is fastened; each of the symmetrical elements (18 and 18’) have some orifices (ot), a gliding slot (cu), that ends at a shoulder (um); the slide block (26) has a longitudinal slot (cin) of lean length and of a width equal to the diameter of the short bolt (16) and an extension (pre) that is worked in such manner that, during assembly, the glide block (20) glides into the gliding slot (cu) under the action of the spring (19); the assembled lateral symmetrical elements (18 and 18'), compression spring (19) and glide block (20) are fastened with some