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1. (WO1980001640) TABLE WITH COUPLED-UP CHAIRS
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Pub. No.:    WO/1980/001640    International Application No.:    PCT/SE1979/000032
Publication Date: 21.08.1980 International Filing Date: 15.02.1979
IPC:
A47B 83/02 (2006.01), B60B 33/06 (2006.01), B60D 1/02 (2006.01), B60D 1/50 (2006.01)
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Priority Data:
SE79/00032 15.02.1979 WO
Title (EN) TABLE WITH COUPLED-UP CHAIRS
(FR) TABLE AVEC CHAISES ACCOUPLEES
Abstract: front page image
(EN)Table with casters and at least one coupled up chair, which can be folded up from the support. Besides conventional tables with chairs there exist tables, which can be moved on casters and are provided with coupled up chairs, which can be folded up individually. Each chair must be folded up individually and manually be locked in folded up position, which is as tedious as, for example, manually putting chairs on a table. A further disadvantage of the known table provided with casters is that, owing to the casters, the tables have a relatively unstable stand even when in use and, therefore, are easily dislocated, which is inconvenient especially when a table is used as dining-table and also in the case of desks in schools and other workbenches. In order to eliminate these disadvantages, according to the present invention a table or the like is proposed, at which the casters (8) are liftable and lowerable relative to the support, on which the table is placed, and every distance member (5) on each side of the table via movement transmitting means is coupled together with the casters (8) so as upon the folding up of at least one chair to cause the casters to contact the support.
(FR)Une table possede des roues et au moins une chaise accouplee qui peut etre repliee vers le haut a partir du support. Hormis les tables et les chaises conventionnelles, il existe des tables qui peuvent etre deplacees sur des roues et sont pourvues de chaises accouplees qui peuvent etre repliees vers le haut individuellement. Chaque chaise doit etre repliee vers le haut individuellement et bloquee manuellement dans la position repliee, ce qui est aussi penible que de placer les chaises manuellement sur une table. Un autre inconvenient des tables connues pourvues de roues est le manque de stabilite du aux roues, meme en utilisation. Par consequent, les tables se disloquent facilement, ce qui est un inconvenient specialement lorsqu"une table est utilisee comme table de salle a manger et egalement dans le cas de bureau d"ecole et autre banc de travail. De maniere a eliminer ces inconvenients, la table selon l"invention possede des roues (8) qui peuvent etre relevees et abaissees par rapport au support sur lequel la table est placee, et chaque element de distance (5) situe de chaque cote de la table est accouple via des moyens de transmission de mouvement aux roues (8) de sorte que lors du repliage ou rabattement d"au moins une chaise les roues soient en contact avec le support.
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Publication Language: English (EN)
Filing Language: English (EN)