CN213096390U - Buffer pad and helmet - Google Patents

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CN213096390U
CN213096390U CN202021552941.3U CN202021552941U CN213096390U CN 213096390 U CN213096390 U CN 213096390U CN 202021552941 U CN202021552941 U CN 202021552941U CN 213096390 U CN213096390 U CN 213096390U
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朱露
胡辉
万日新
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The utility model provides a buffer cushion, including the installation face in inboard wearing face and the outside, a plurality of first exhaust holes have been seted up on the wearing face, a plurality of second exhaust holes have been seted up on the helmet, first exhaust hole is aligned with the second exhaust hole, a plurality of third exhaust holes have still been seted up on the wearing face, be provided with a plurality of erection columns on the installation face, the installation face is linked together through third exhaust hole and wearing face, the buffer cushion passes through and forms an exhaust clearance between erection column and the helmet, the edge of buffer cushion is provided with a plurality of first-class logical grooves, first-class logical groove is linked together with exhaust clearance. Through forming an exhaust clearance between blotter and helmet, the steam accessible third exhaust hole that human head produced flows to the exhaust clearance in, and the steam that flows to the exhaust clearance is again discharged through setting up a plurality of first circulation groove at the blotter edge to can further discharge from helmet inside with the steam that human head produced, improve the gas permeability of this helmet.

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Buffer pad and helmet
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a helmet production technical field, in particular to blotter and helmet.
Background
Along with the improvement of the living standard of people, people's safety precaution consciousness is stronger and stronger, and nowadays, people can wear the helmet for personal safety when riding electric motor car or motorcycle.
The cushion is one of important components of the helmet and one of important parts for improving safety performance indexes of the helmet, wraps the head of a human body and is mainly used for reducing or avoiding impact force on the head.
Most of the existing common cushion pads are spherical surfaces with smooth structures on the inner surface and the outer surface, and the existing cushion pads are poor in air permeability in the use process, so that hot air which cannot be timely discharged is generated, and the tolerance of a wearer is reduced.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
Based on this, the utility model aims at providing a blotter to the gas permeability of solving prior art's blotter is relatively poor, leads to the steam that the discharge that can not be timely produced, has reduced the problem of the person's of wearing tolerance.
The utility model provides a blotter, fixed mounting is in the helmet, including the installation face in inboard wearing face and outside, a plurality of first exhaust holes have been seted up on the wearing face, a plurality of second exhaust holes have been seted up on the helmet, first exhaust hole with the second exhaust hole is aligned, a plurality of third exhaust holes have still been seted up on the wearing face, be provided with a plurality of erection columns on the installation face, the installation face passes through the third exhaust hole with the wearing face is linked together, the blotter passes through the erection column with form an exhaust clearance between the helmet, the edge of blotter is provided with a plurality of first circulation grooves, first circulation groove with the exhaust clearance is linked together.
The utility model has the advantages that: the first exhaust hole is formed in the wearing face, the second exhaust hole is formed in the helmet, and the first exhaust hole is aligned with the second exhaust hole. When the hot air exhaust device is used, hot air generated by the head of a human body can be primarily exhausted through air flowing between the hot air exhaust device and the hot air exhaust device, and the hot air exhaust is improved. Through forming an exhaust clearance between blotter and helmet, the steam accessible third exhaust hole that human head produced flows to the exhaust clearance in, and the steam that flows to the exhaust clearance is again discharged through setting up a plurality of first circulation groove at the blotter edge to can further discharge from helmet inside with the steam that human head produced, further increase the emission of steam, improve the gas permeability of this blotter, increase wearer's tolerance.
Preferably, the wearing surface is further provided with a plurality of second circulation grooves and a plurality of third circulation grooves, and the plurality of third exhaust holes are formed in the second circulation grooves and the third circulation grooves.
Preferably, the second flow groove is configured as an annular groove, and the plurality of second flow grooves are concentrically arranged around the vertex of the cushion pad.
Preferably, the third circulation grooves are strip-shaped grooves, and the plurality of third circulation grooves are arranged in a circumferential array with the vertex of the cushion pad as a circle center.
Preferably, the second flow through grooves and the third flow through grooves are communicated with each other in a criss-cross manner.
Preferably, the first exhaust hole and the second exhaust hole are both circular through holes.
Preferably, the first flow through groove is a rectangular groove.
Preferably, the cushion pad is integrally formed by injection molding.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a helmet, comprising the above cushion.
Additional aspects and advantages of the invention will be set forth in part in the description which follows and, in part, will be obvious from the description, or may be learned by practice of the invention.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural view of a wearing surface of a cushion pad according to a first embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 2 is a schematic structural view of a mounting surface of a cushion pad according to a first embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of a helmet according to a first embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 4 is a side view of the first embodiment of the present invention showing the installation of the cushion and helmet;
fig. 5 is an installation front view of the cushion and helmet according to the first embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view taken at "A-A" in FIG. 5;
fig. 7 is a bottom view of the cushion and helmet according to the first embodiment of the present invention.
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the following detailed description of the invention will be further described in conjunction with the above-identified drawings.
Detailed Description
In order to facilitate understanding of the present invention, the present invention will be described more fully hereinafter with reference to the accompanying drawings. Several embodiments of the invention are given in the accompanying drawings. The invention may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein. Rather, these embodiments are provided so that this disclosure will be thorough and complete.
It will be understood that when an element is referred to as being "secured to" another element, it can be directly on the other element or intervening elements may also be present. When an element is referred to as being "connected" to another element, it can be directly connected to the other element or intervening elements may also be present. The terms "vertical," "horizontal," "left," "right," and the like as used herein are for illustrative purposes only.
Unless defined otherwise, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. The terminology used in the description of the invention herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the invention. As used herein, the term "and/or" includes any and all combinations of one or more of the associated listed items.
Referring to fig. 1 to 7, a cushion pad according to a first embodiment of the present invention is shown, including: wearing surface 11, mounting surface 12, and mounting post 121.
Wherein: this blotter 10 fixed mounting is in helmet 20, installation face 12 including the wearing face 11 and the outside of inboard, a plurality of first exhaust holes 111 have been seted up on the wearing face 11, a plurality of second exhaust holes 21 have been seted up on helmet 20, first exhaust hole 111 aligns with second exhaust hole 21, a plurality of third exhaust holes 112 have still been seted up on the wearing face 11, be provided with a plurality of erection columns 121 on the installation face 12, installation face 12 is linked together with wearing face 11 through third exhaust hole 112, blotter 10 passes through and forms an exhaust clearance 30 between erection column 121 and the helmet 20, the edge of blotter 10 is provided with a plurality of first circulation grooves 13, first circulation groove 13 is linked together with exhaust clearance 30.
In the present embodiment, as shown in fig. 1 to 2, it is apparent that the first exhaust holes 111 are provided in three, and in order to facilitate the exhaust of hot air, the three first exhaust holes 111 are provided in the front half of the cushion pad 10. As shown in fig. 3 to 4, it is obvious that the number of the second vent holes 21 on the helmet 20 is also three, and for the convenience of heat dissipation, the three first vent holes 111 are aligned with the hole positions of the three second vent holes 21. In this embodiment, in order to further discharge the hot air generated by the head of the human body, a plurality of second circulation grooves 113 and a plurality of third circulation grooves 114 are further provided on the wearing surface 11, and the plurality of third exhaust holes 112 are all opened in the second circulation grooves 113 and the third circulation grooves 114. In other cases, the first exhaust hole 111 and the second exhaust hole 21 may be set to four, five, six, etc., all within the protection scope of the present embodiment. In a specific implementation, a hot melt adhesive is coated on the plurality of mounting posts 121, and the cushion pad 10 is fixedly adhered to the helmet 20 through the hot melt adhesive.
In the present embodiment, as shown in fig. 1, it is apparent that the second circulation groove 113 is provided as an annular groove in order to facilitate the circulation of hot air, and the plurality of second circulation grooves 113 are concentrically arranged around the vertex of the cushion pad 10. The third circulation grooves 114 are strip-shaped grooves, and the plurality of third circulation grooves 114 are arranged in a circumferential array with the vertex of the cushion pad 10 as the center of a circle. In this embodiment, it should be noted that four second circulation slots 113 are provided, and the four second circulation slots 113 are concentrically arranged from inside to outside in sequence with the vertex of the cushion pad 10 as a center. The number of the third flow through grooves 114 is six, and the six third flow through grooves 114 are also arranged in an array along the top circle of the cushion pad 10 with the top of the cushion pad 10 as the center of a circle. It is understood that, in order to further increase the circulation of the hot gas and facilitate the discharge of the hot gas, the second circulation grooves 113 and the third circulation grooves 114 are in criss-cross communication with each other. In the present embodiment, for convenience of production, the first exhaust hole 111 and the second exhaust hole 21 are both provided as circular through holes. In order to facilitate the circulation of the hot air, the plurality of first circulation grooves 13 are provided as rectangular grooves. In order to reduce the production cost, the cushion pad 10 is integrally injection-molded. In other cases, the number of the second circulation grooves 113 and the number of the third circulation grooves 114 may be other according to actual situations, and are within the protection scope of the present embodiment.
In specific implementation, the wearing surface 11 is provided with a first vent hole 111, the helmet 20 is provided with a second vent hole 21, and the first vent hole 111 is aligned with the second vent hole 21. When the helmet is used, external air can enter the helmet 20 through the first exhaust holes 111 and the second exhaust holes 21, the entering air can promote hot air between the cushion pad 10 and the helmet 20 to flow, hot air generated by the head of a human body can be primarily exhausted through the hot air flowing between the cushion pad 10 and the helmet 20, and the emission of the hot air is increased.
In specific implementation, as shown in fig. 6 to 7, it should be noted that an exhaust gap 30 is formed between the cushion pad 10 and the helmet 20 by using a plurality of mounting posts 121 disposed on the mounting surface 12, hot air generated by the head of a human body can flow into the exhaust gap 30 through the third exhaust holes 112, the flow of the hot air flowing into the exhaust gap 30 is promoted by using air entering from the first exhaust holes 111, and the hot air flowing into the exhaust gap 30 is exhausted through a plurality of first flow grooves 13 disposed at the edge of the cushion pad 10, so that the hot air generated by the head of the human body can be further exhausted from the helmet 20, the exhaust amount of the hot air is further increased, the breathability of the cushion pad 10 is improved, and the tolerance of a wearer is increased.
A second embodiment of the present invention provides a helmet, in particular for implementation, comprising the above cushion.
It should be noted that the above implementation process is only for illustrating the applicability of the present application, but this does not represent that the cushion of the present application has only the above implementation flow, and on the contrary, the cushion of the present application can be incorporated into the feasible embodiment of the present application as long as the cushion of the present application can be implemented.
To sum up, the utility model discloses blotter in the middle of the above-mentioned embodiment through having seted up first exhaust hole 111 on wearing face 11, has seted up second exhaust hole 21 on helmet 20, and first exhaust hole 111 aligns with second exhaust hole 21. When the helmet is used, external air can enter the helmet 20 through the first exhaust holes 111 and the second exhaust holes 21, the entering air can promote hot air between the cushion pad 10 and the helmet 20 to flow, hot air generated by the head of a human body can be primarily exhausted through the hot air flowing between the cushion pad 10 and the helmet 20, and the emission of the hot air is increased.
The plurality of mounting columns 121 arranged on the mounting surface 12 are used for forming an exhaust gap 30 between the cushion pad 10 and the helmet 20, hot air generated by the head of a human body can flow into the exhaust gap 30 through the third exhaust holes 112, the air entering from the first exhaust holes 111 is used for promoting the flow of the hot air flowing into the exhaust gap 30, and the hot air flowing into the exhaust gap 30 is exhausted through the plurality of first flow through grooves 13 arranged at the edge of the cushion pad 10, so that the hot air generated by the head of the human body can be further exhausted from the helmet 20, the discharge amount of the hot air is further increased, the air permeability of the cushion pad 10 is improved, and the tolerance of a wearer is improved.
The above-mentioned embodiments only represent some embodiments of the present invention, and the description thereof is specific and detailed, but not to be construed as limiting the scope of the present invention. It should be noted that, for those skilled in the art, without departing from the spirit of the present invention, several variations and modifications can be made, which are within the scope of the present invention. Therefore, the protection scope of the present invention should be subject to the appended claims.

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1. A kind of buffer pad, the fixed mounting is in the helmet, its characteristic lies in: the helmet comprises an inner wearing face and an outer mounting face, wherein a plurality of first exhaust holes are formed in the wearing face, a plurality of second exhaust holes are formed in the helmet body, the first exhaust holes are aligned with the second exhaust holes, a plurality of third exhaust holes are further formed in the wearing face, a plurality of mounting columns are arranged on the mounting face, the mounting face is communicated with the wearing face through the third exhaust holes, an exhaust gap is formed between the mounting columns and the helmet body through the cushion pads, a plurality of first flow through grooves are formed in the edges of the cushion pads, and the first flow through grooves are communicated with the exhaust gap.
2. The cushioning pad of claim 1, wherein: the wearing surface is further provided with a plurality of second circulation grooves and a plurality of third circulation grooves, and the plurality of third exhaust holes are formed in the second circulation grooves and the third circulation grooves.
3. The cushioning pad of claim 2, wherein: the second flow grooves are annular grooves, and the second flow grooves are concentrically arranged by taking the top point of the cushion pad as a circle center.
4. The cushioning pad of claim 2, wherein: the third circulation grooves are strip-shaped grooves, and the third circulation grooves are arranged in a circumferential array by taking the top point of the cushion pad as a circle center.
5. The cushioning pad of claim 2, wherein: the second flow through grooves and the third flow through grooves are communicated in a criss-cross mode.
6. The cushioning pad of claim 1, wherein: the first exhaust hole and the second exhaust hole are all set to be circular through holes.
7. The cushioning pad of claim 1, wherein: the first circulation groove is a rectangular groove.
8. The cushioning pad of claim 1, wherein: the buffer pad is formed by integral injection molding.
9. A helmet, characterized by: comprising the cushioning pad of any one of claims 1 to 8.
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