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CH674795A5
CH674795A5 CH786/88A CH78688A CH674795A5 CH 674795 A5 CH674795 A5 CH 674795A5 CH 786/88 A CH786/88 A CH 786/88A CH 78688 A CH78688 A CH 78688A CH 674795 A5 CH674795 A5 CH 674795A5
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web
protective pad
edge
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pad
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CH786/88A
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Paul Schweizer
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Paul Schweizer
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47KSANITARY EQUIPMENT NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; TOILET ACCESSORIES
    • A47K13/00Seats or covers for all kinds of closets
    • A47K13/14Protecting covers for closet seats
    • A47K13/16Protecting covers for closet seats of single sheets of paper or plastic foil or film

Description

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The invention relates to a protective cover for toilet seats according to the preamble of independent claim 1.

Such a protective pad has become known from CH-A 588 250. This consists of a thin film, which is to be placed on the seat surface before the toilet is used and which has punched-out rags in its central area which have to be folded over to form an opening. The following difficulties exist with this protective pad:

- It is tailored to an average size and is often either too big or too small.

- It is impractical to take away because it can only be folded over a large area and is therefore relatively bulky.

- It can only be moved into the correct position with difficulty on the seat of the toilet and moves on it immediately when there is a draft or touch.

The invention has for its object to provide a protective pad of the type mentioned, which can be applied to all common toilet seats in a simple manner and with a few simple steps and forms a safe hygienic protection and is still packaged handy and space-saving. The protective pad should be made entirely of paper.

The object is achieved by the invention according to claim 1.

The protective pad according to the invention has the further significant advantage that it also covers part of the toilet bowl in addition to the actual seat.

Even toddlers can safely rest on the upper edge of the toilet bowl and contact of the clothes with the toilet bowl is avoided much better than before. The folded web can be accommodated in a cuboid wrapping with the edge lengths 90 x 21 x 7 mm, so that six such protective pads can easily be packed in a container the size of a cigarette box. A particularly space-saving and handy packaging results from the further development according to claim 2. This also results in a so-called guarantee closure for each individual protective pad.

The further developments according to claims 3 to 5 serve the further development of a handy packaging with the lowest possible material consumption.

Further advantageous developments result from the remaining dependent claims and from the following description.

An embodiment of the invention is explained below with reference to the drawing. Show it:

1 is a perspective view of a packaged protective pad,

2 is a perspective view of a packaged protective pad immediately before opening the wrapper,

3 shows a ready-to-use protective pad,

4 and 5 in a perspective view schematically the application of the protective pad to a toilet seat,

Fig. 6 is a partial view of a part used to manufacture the protective pad, and

7 and 8 further punched paper parts which are used to produce the protective pad.

Fig. 1 shows the packaged protective pad 1, which forms a cuboid body and has a dust-tight envelope closed on all sides. The protective pad preferably consists entirely of comparatively thin paper or a similar material that is easily degradable in water. To open the casing, two tear tabs 2 lying loosely on the side are grasped and brought into the position shown in FIG. 2. If the tear tabs 2 are pulled apart in the direction of the arrows 5, the covering is completely torn open along a circumferential, perforated weakening line 4. If the tear-open flaps 2 are moved further apart in the direction of the arrows 5, a web 8 connected to the tear-open flaps 2 unfolds itself, which finally assumes the tunnel-like shape shown in FIG. 3. Since the web 8 is folded transversely to its longitudinal direction, its length is very variable.

The tear-open tabs 2 form the two ends of the web 8, which have a central region 9 to be arranged horizontally, an edge 10 which is angled in cross-section thereto and an edge which also consists of edge parts 11 and 12 and is also angled. In cross section, the unfolded web 8 is thus U-shaped in some areas and L-shaped in some areas. In the folded state, however, the outer and inner edges are folded over by 180 °, so that the length of the packaged protective pad 1 is approximately equal to the width of the central region 9 of the web. The front edge 10 is approximately twice as wide as the edge parts 11, and the two widths together give approximately the width of the central region 9. When viewed in the longitudinal direction, the web 8 is gradually tapered towards the center at the rear edge. The starting point of the edge part 12 is correspondingly offset further inwards and in the folded state the edge 10 and the edge part 12 overlap. The edge part 12 is preferably somewhat longer than the edge parts 11 when viewed in the direction of the fold lines.

4 and 5 schematically show how the protective pad 1 is placed on a seat ring 13. For this purpose, the latter is held on the two tear-open tabs 2 and the edge 10 is applied in its central region to the front edge of the seat ring 3. If the tear-open flaps 2 are moved further back in the direction of the arrow shown in FIG. 4, the width of the edge 10 lies precisely against the outer edge of the seat ring 13. The rear edge regions 11 and 12 now have the tendency to engage under the seat ring 13 in the direction of the arrows 15 and 16 due to the folding described below, as a result of which the protective pad 1 clings to the seat ring. The tear tabs 2 are pushed as far as necessary while stretching the web 8. On the bottom

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the tear-open flap 2 can be applied with an adhesive with which the tear-open flaps 2 are glued to the seat ring 13 and thus an additional fixation of the web 8 can be achieved. The used protective pad 1 can be placed in the toilet bowl and washed away without hesitation.

The protective pad 1 is produced from the stamped parts 20, 30 and 3 shown in FIGS. 6, 7 and 8. The stamped part 22 has the fan fold shown in FIG. 6. The positive, i.e. the fold lines 18 lying at the top in the folded state and the negative fold lines 19 and 21 are parallel to one another and run at right angles to the longitudinal direction of the web 8. The likewise positive fold lines 20 are inclined at 45 ° to the fold lines 18 and 19 and form the longitudinal edges of the middle region 9. The same applies to the edge part 12, not shown here. The folding shown allows the web 8 to be folded particularly compactly and has the property that when the tear-open tabs 12 are pulled apart, the web automatically changes into the tunnel-shaped form shown in FIG. 3 unfolded. The punched part 22 has tabs 23 and 25 at both ends, which are partially separated from the rest of the web along a punching line 29 and which are folded down or up in the direction of the arrows 17 and glued to a further tab 24. The flaps 23 to 25 are folded according to the fold lines 28 and later form the side walls 7 and partially the tear-open flaps 2. The upper narrow side shown in FIG. 1 is covered by the stamped part 30 shown in FIG. 7, which has two flaps 32 which are glued to the tab 24. The remaining narrow sides are covered by the stamped part 3 shown in FIG. 8, which is partially glued to the sides 7. The tear tabs 2 thus consist of several layers and are particularly tearproof. The folding of parts 3 and 30 is indicated by lines 26 and 27.

The above information thus results in a protective cover which can be made entirely of paper and which takes account of the hygienic requirements, including simple handling, in an excellent manner and can be produced inexpensively and can also be accommodated in small hand luggage in a space-saving manner.

Claims (10)

Claims
1. Protective cover for toilet seats, with a thin and flexible film to be placed on the seat surface of a seat ring (13), characterized in that it has a sheet (8) accommodated several times in an openable cover (3; 30), which according to their unfolding has an elongated and at least partially U-shaped and / or L-shaped in cross section.
2. Protective pad according to claim 1, characterized in that the covering (3, 30) along a weakening line (4) can be torn open, with a part of the covering (3; 30) with one end of the web (8) and the other part the casing (3; 30) are connected to the other end of the web (8).
3. Protective pad according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the covering (3; 30) has two opposite tear tabs (2).
4. Protective pad according to claim 3, characterized in that the tear-open tabs (2) rest on opposite side surfaces in the unused state.
5. Protective pad according to one of claims 1 to
4, characterized in that the tear tabs (2) form the ends of this web (8).
6. Protection pad according to one of claims 1 to
5, characterized in that the web (8) has a fan fold.
7. Protective pad according to one of claims 1 to
6, characterized in that the web (8) has a region to be arranged horizontally (9) and a front edge (10) which is to be placed around the front edge of the seat ring (13) and in the position of use approximately at a right angle from the horizontal region (9 ) stands out.
8. Protective pad according to claim 7, characterized in that the front edge (10) lies in the folded web (8) folded over by 180 ° on the region (9) to be laid out horizontally.
9. Protective pad according to one of claims 1 to 8, characterized by edge parts (11, 12) which in the use position cover the inner edge of the seat ring (13) in regions.
10. Protection pad according to one of claims 7 to 9, characterized in that the web (8) has folds (18) which are interrupted in the said areas by an opposite fold (21).
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CH786/88A CH674795A5 (en) 1988-03-02 1988-03-02

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Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
CH786/88A CH674795A5 (en) 1988-03-02 1988-03-02
EP89810105A EP0331631B1 (en) 1988-03-02 1989-02-08 Toilet seat cover
DE8989810105A DE58901723D1 (en) 1988-03-02 1989-02-08 Protective pad for loset seats.
AT89810105T AT77545T (en) 1988-03-02 1989-02-08 Protective pad for loset seats.

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CH674795A5 true CH674795A5 (en) 1990-07-31

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EP0594953A1 (en) * 1992-10-27 1994-05-04 Daniel Grünenfelder Deployable protection cover for toilet seats

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WO1994005194A1 (en) * 1992-08-31 1994-03-17 Limark Ag Protective cover for a toilet seat
US5729838A (en) * 1992-08-31 1998-03-24 Limark Ag Protective layer for toilet seats
AT191838T (en) * 1995-06-09 2000-05-15 Limark Ag Protective rest for closet seats
DE19627482A1 (en) * 1996-07-08 1998-01-15 Rene Kiel Toilet ring as hygiene protection
FR2773054B1 (en) 1997-12-30 2000-06-09 Bastide Olivier Arbousse Single use hygiene protection device for wc glasses
RU199151U1 (en) * 2020-02-11 2020-08-19 Сергей Анатольевич Голенков Toilet seat cover

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EP0594953A1 (en) * 1992-10-27 1994-05-04 Daniel Grünenfelder Deployable protection cover for toilet seats
US5361424A (en) * 1992-10-27 1994-11-08 Daniel Grunenfelder Spreadable protective cover for toilet seats

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Owner name: LIMARK AG TRANSFER- ZIAD SULTAN

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