CN216006342U - Barrel assembly and clothes treatment device - Google Patents

Barrel assembly and clothes treatment device Download PDF

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CN216006342U
CN216006342U CN202121760436.2U CN202121760436U CN216006342U CN 216006342 U CN216006342 U CN 216006342U CN 202121760436 U CN202121760436 U CN 202121760436U CN 216006342 U CN216006342 U CN 216006342U
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于复生
葛艳红
周海运
潘正伟
吴昕宇
王韶宇
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The utility model provides a barrel assembly and a clothes processing device, wherein the barrel assembly comprises an outer barrel and an inner barrel; the inner barrel is arranged in the outer barrel and can rotate relative to the outer barrel; a first cavity is formed between the inner barrel and the outer barrel, and a second cavity extending along a first direction is formed inside the inner barrel; the inner barrel comprises a side wall and a bottom wall, the side wall extends along a first direction, and the side wall is provided with a first water through hole communicated with the first cavity and the second cavity; the bottom wall is connected to one end of the side wall in the first direction; and the joint of the side wall and the bottom wall is provided with a filter hole for communicating the first cavity and the second cavity, and the cross sectional area of the filter hole is larger than that of the first water passing hole.

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Barrel assembly and clothes treatment device
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the technical field of cleaning electric appliances, and particularly relates to a barrel assembly and a clothes treatment device.
Background
The clothes treatment device can be applied to washing clothes, and in order to improve the cleaning strength of the clothes treatment device, the clothes treatment device collects sundries such as flocks and the like in the barrel body by arranging the filter screen so as to achieve the filtering effect. However, a large amount of dirt is deposited in the filter screen used for a long time, manual disassembly and cleaning are needed, the operation of a user is inconvenient, and a related filter structure is complex.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
In view of this, the present invention provides a tub assembly and a laundry treating apparatus, so as to solve the technical problem of how to simplify a filtering structure in the tub assembly and improve the convenience of operation for a user.
The technical scheme of the utility model is realized as follows:
an embodiment of the present invention provides a barrel assembly, including: an outer tub; an inner tub disposed in the outer tub to be rotatable with respect to the outer tub; a first cavity is formed between the inner barrel and the outer barrel, and a second cavity extending along a first direction is formed inside the inner barrel; the inner barrel includes: the side wall extends along a first direction, and is provided with a first water through hole for communicating the first cavity with the second cavity; a bottom wall connected to one end of the side wall in the first direction; and the joint of the side wall and the bottom wall is provided with a filter hole for communicating the first cavity and the second cavity, and the cross sectional area of the filter hole is larger than that of the first water passing hole.
In some embodiments, the side walls include a first side wall and a second side wall that are removably connected, each of the first side wall and the second side wall extending along the first direction; the first side wall is far away from the bottom wall and is provided with the first water through hole, one end of the second side wall is connected with the bottom wall into a whole, and the joint of the second side wall and the bottom wall is provided with the filter hole.
In some embodiments, the side wall extends in a direction perpendicular to the direction of extension of the bottom wall.
In some embodiments, the filtration pores comprise: the first through hole penetrates through the second side wall; the second through hole penetrates through the bottom wall and is communicated with the first through hole; wherein the cross-sectional area of the first through hole in the direction perpendicular to the first direction is 0-6400 mm2(ii) a The sectional area of the second through hole in the first direction is 0-4000 mm2
In some embodiments, the filtering hole is provided in plurality, and the filtering holes are spaced apart from each other in the circumferential direction of the inner tub.
In some embodiments, the ratio of the cross-sectional area of the plurality of filter holes to the outer surface area of the bottom wall is from 0.35 to 0.5.
In some embodiments, the first water passing hole is gradually contracted from the inner side of the inner barrel to the outer side of the inner barrel.
In some embodiments, the cross-sectional diameter of the first water through hole on the side of the side wall near the second cavity is less than 5 mm.
An embodiment of the present invention provides a laundry processing apparatus, including: according to the barrel body assembly, the outer barrel is provided with the drain hole communicated with the first cavity; the impeller is arranged at the bottom of the second cavity and is rotatably connected with the inner barrel.
In some embodiments, the impeller divides the second cavity into a first subchamber and a second subchamber, the second subchamber being adjacent the bottom wall; the impeller is provided with a second water passing hole communicated with the first sub cavity and the second sub cavity.
In some embodiments, a side of the wave wheel adjacent to the second sub cavity is provided with a poking rib, and the poking rib extends along the radial direction of the wave wheel.
In some embodiments, the bottom wall is not provided with water holes in the area opposite to the poking rib on the bottom wall.
The barrel body assembly provided by the embodiment of the utility model comprises an outer barrel and an inner barrel, wherein the inner barrel comprises a side wall and a bottom wall, a first water through hole is formed in the side wall, a filtering hole communicated with a first cavity outside the inner barrel and a second cavity inside the inner barrel is formed in the joint of the side wall and the bottom wall, and the cross section area of the filtering hole is larger than that of the first water through hole. According to the embodiment of the utility model, the filtering hole with a larger cross section area is formed at the joint of the side wall and the bottom wall of the inner barrel, so that sundries in the inner barrel can flow into the first cavity through the filtering hole, and then the sundries flow out of the barrel body assembly along with liquid in the first cavity along with dehydration of the barrel body assembly, thereby filtering the sundries in the inner barrel. And, filter the junction of hole setting lateral wall and diapire at interior bucket, the liquid that enters into first cavity is under the effect of driving piece and the resistance effect of outer bucket bottom, easily by direct water conservancy diversion to the upper portion of first cavity, and liquid flows back to the second cavity through first water hole, and debris can not pass through first water hole, has reduced debris from filtering the risk that the hole flows back to the second cavity to need not to set up the check valve in filter hole department, simplified filtration and the user of being convenient for is clean.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic structural view of a barrel assembly in an embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 2 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the bottom wall and the side wall of the inner barrel in the embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 3 is a schematic structural view of the bottom wall and the side wall of the inner barrel according to the embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 4 is an enlarged view of portion A of FIG. 3;
fig. 5 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the first water passing hole according to the embodiment of the utility model.
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1. an outer tub; 11. a first cavity; 2. an inner barrel; 21. a second cavity; 211. a first sub-cavity; 212. a second subchamber; 22. a filtration pore; 221. a first through hole; 222. a second through hole; 23. a side wall; 232. a first side wall; 233. a second side wall; 231. a first water through hole; 24. a bottom wall; 3. an impeller; 31. a second water through hole; 4. d, pulling the muscle; 5. a drive device.
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In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the present invention more apparent, the present invention is described in further detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings and embodiments. It should be understood that the specific embodiments described herein are merely illustrative of the utility model and are not intended to limit the utility model.
The individual features described in the embodiments can be combined in any suitable manner without departing from the scope, for example different embodiments and aspects can be formed by combining different features. In order to avoid unnecessary repetition, various possible combinations of the specific features of the utility model will not be described further.
In the following description, the term "first/second/so" is used merely to distinguish different objects and does not mean that there is a common or relationship between the objects. It should be understood that the description of the "upper", "lower", "outer" and "inner" directions as related to the orientation in the normal use state, and the "left" and "right" directions indicate the left and right directions indicated in the corresponding schematic drawings, and may or may not be the left and right directions in the normal use state. The XYZ coordinate system is an absolute coordinate in a normal use state. The description of orientations referred to herein refers to a positive orientation as indicated by the arrows in the drawings and a negative orientation as indicated by the arrows in the drawings.
It should be noted that the terms "comprises," "comprising," or any other variation thereof, are intended to cover a non-exclusive inclusion, such that a process, method, article, or apparatus that comprises a list of elements does not include only those elements but may include other elements not expressly listed or inherent to such process, method, article, or apparatus. Without further limitation, an element defined by the phrase "comprising an … …" does not exclude the presence of other like elements in a process, method, article, or apparatus that comprises the element. "plurality" means greater than or equal to two.
The utility model provides a barrel assembly which can be applied to clothes processing devices such as washing machines, washing and drying integrated machines and the like. It should be noted that the type of application scenario of the present invention does not limit the barrel assembly of the present invention.
The following description will be made of the washing operation principle by taking the drum assembly as an example applied to a washing machine. Under the washing state, the clothes are placed in the barrel body assembly, the driving device drives the impeller arranged in the barrel body assembly to rotate relative to the barrel body assembly, so that the clothes and liquid in the barrel body assembly are driven to fluctuate, the clothes rotate and roll along with the liquid, and the flowing liquid and the clothes generate impact, so that dirt on the clothes is removed. The liquid in the embodiment of the present invention includes, but is not limited to, purified water, tap water, mixed liquid with detergent, and liquid possibly with impurities such as thread scraps.
As shown in fig. 1, an embodiment of the present invention provides a tub assembly including an outer tub 1 and an inner tub 2. The outer tub 1 is provided with a drain hole, which can be disposed on the bottom wall of the outer tub 1 and located at the outer periphery of the bottom wall of the outer tub 1 to penetrate through the inner and outer sides of the outer tub 1 to drain the liquid in the outer tub 1 to the outside. The inner tub 2 is rotatably disposed in the outer tub 1, and a first cavity 11 is disposed between the inner tub 2 and the outer tub 1. it should be noted that the inner tub 2 and the outer tub 1 may be relatively stationary without rotation in a washing state, and the inner tub 2 rotates relative to the outer tub 1 in a dehydrating state. Wherein, the first cavity 11 may be formed between the outer circumferential surface of the inner tub 2 and the inner circumferential surface of the outer tub 1 and between the outer bottom surface of the inner tub 2 and the inner bottom surface of the outer tub 1. The first cavity 11 communicates with the drain hole, and the inner tub 2 has a second cavity 21 extending in a first direction (z direction shown in fig. 1) inside, which may be an axial direction of a cylinder in case the tub assembly is similar to the cylinder. The inner tub 2 is provided with filter holes 22, and the filter holes 22 communicate the second cavity 21 with the first cavity 11 inside the inner tub 2.
As shown in fig. 1, the inner tub 2 includes a side wall 23 and a bottom wall 24. The side wall 23 is disposed around the circumference of the bottom wall 24, i.e., the side wall 23 is disposed around the edge of the bottom wall 24.
As shown in fig. 1, the side wall 23 extends in a first direction (z direction shown in fig. 1), wherein the first direction is not limited to a direction of a certain straight line, but may be a direction of a set of parallel lines, for example, the first direction is an up-down direction and is not limited to a direction of a certain straight line extending up-down; for example, the first direction may be an axial direction of the inner tub 2. The side wall 23 is provided with a plurality of first water passing holes 231, it should be noted that the first water passing holes 231 function to allow liquid such as water flow to pass through, and block or reduce the probability of passing through sundries such as thread scraps, and correspondingly, the diameter of the first water passing holes 231 can be set to be smaller. In some embodiments, the first water through holes 231 may be arranged on the side wall 23 at a predetermined interval, for example, the first water through holes 231 are arranged in a row around the inner barrel 2 and in a row along the axial direction of the inner barrel. The first water through hole 231 communicates the first cavity 11 and the second cavity 21 and is used for guiding the liquid between the first cavity 11 and the second cavity 21.
As shown in fig. 1, the length extending direction of the bottom wall 24 can be regarded as being perpendicular to the first direction, wherein, in the case that the bottom wall is of a regular structure, the extending direction of the bottom wall is the length direction of the bottom wall; in the case of an irregular configuration of the bottom wall, the extension direction of the bottom wall is the maximum extension direction of the outer contour dimension of the bottom wall, for example, the length of the bottom wall in the first direction is the largest, and then the first direction can be considered as the extension direction of the bottom wall. The bottom wall 24 is connected to one end (lower end in the z direction in fig. 1) of the side wall 23 in the first direction. The bottom wall 24 may be approximately seen as a flat plate member, and the surface of the bottom wall 24 adjacent to the second cavity 21 may be perpendicular to the first direction; of course, the bottom wall 24 may be a cambered plate, and a tangent of a surface of the bottom wall 24 adjacent to the second cavity 21 may be perpendicular to the first direction. Besides the filtering holes 22, the bottom wall 24 has no other through holes for conducting water, i.e., the bottom wall 24 is not provided with water through holes. Of course, the bottom wall 24 may be provided with a hole for penetrating the driving device, so that the driving device can penetrate into the second cavity 21 to drive the pulsator 3 to rotate. In the state that the driving device is arranged in the second cavity 21 in a penetrating manner, the driving device can seal the bottom of the second cavity 21, so that the liquid at the bottom of the second cavity 21 is led out of the filter hole 22 into the first cavity 11. The other end of the second cavity 21, which is relatively far away from the bottom wall 24, is an open structure, and the open end can be used for taking and placing washings. The extending direction of the bottom wall 24 and the extending direction of the side wall 23 may form a set angle, in some embodiments, the extending direction of the bottom wall 24 and the extending direction of the side wall 23 may be substantially perpendicular, and the substantially perpendicular includes a case that the angle between the extending direction of the bottom wall 24 and the extending direction of the side wall 23 is not strictly 90 degrees, and it can be considered that the angle between the two directions is greater than 80 degrees, i.e. the two directions are substantially perpendicular, so that the processing and installation errors can be covered.
As shown in fig. 1, the joint between the side wall 23 and the bottom wall 24 is provided with the filtering hole 22, and the joint between the side wall 23 and the bottom wall 24 represents an area range where the end portions of the side wall 23 and the bottom wall 24 intersect in the extending direction, that is, the joint includes not only a boundary position where the end portions of the side wall 23 and the bottom wall 24 intersect in the extending direction, but also an area range where a distance from the boundary position is less than or equal to a set value, where the set value may be one-half of the maximum size of the side wall 23 in the first direction. That is, the filter holes 22 are provided in both the side wall 23 and the bottom wall 24. The filtering hole 22 communicates the first cavity 11 and the second cavity 21 to guide the liquid in the second cavity 21 to the first cavity 11 between the inner tub 2 and the outer tub 1.
The cross-sectional area of the filter holes 22 in the embodiment of the present invention is larger than that of the first water passing hole 231. Referring to fig. 2-4, the filter hole 22 includes a first through hole 221 formed in the side wall 23 and a second through hole 222 formed in the bottom wall 24, the first through hole 221 is communicated with the second through hole 222, a cross section cdef of the first through hole 221 and a cross section abef of the second through hole 222 are taken as two side faces of a triangular prism, and the other side face of the triangular prism can be regarded as a cross section abcd of the filter hole 22, so that the cross section area of the filter hole 22 is the cross section area of the other side face abcd of the triangular prism. In conjunction with fig. 1, in the case that the first water passing holes 231 are regular cylindrical holes, the first water passing holes 231 have the same cross-sectional size in the direction from the inner surface of the side wall 23 to the outer surface of the side wall 23, and the cross-sectional area of the first water passing holes 231 may be a cross-sectional area at any position in the direction from the inner surface of the side wall 23 to the outer surface of the side wall 23; in the case where the first water passing holes 231 are irregular holes, the cross-sectional areas of the first water passing holes 231 may not be uniform in a direction from the inner surface of the side wall 23 to the outer surface of the side wall 23, and the cross-sectional area of the filter holes 22 may be larger than the cross-sectional area of the first water passing holes 231 on the outer surface of the side wall 23.
The cross-sectional area of the filter hole 22 is set to be larger than that of the first water passing hole 231 according to the embodiment of the present invention, it can be understood that the cross-sectional area of the first water passing hole 231 is smaller than that of the filter hole 231, so that the lint in the second cavity 21 can flow from the filter hole 22 to the first cavity 11 along with the liquid, but is difficult to flow from the first cavity 11 to the second cavity 21 through the first water passing hole 231 along with the liquid, that is, the risk of the lint in the first cavity 11 passing through the first water passing hole 231 is reduced, thereby improving the filtering performance of the tub assembly.
The filtering process of the filter holes 22 is explained as follows:
as shown in fig. 1, when the tub assembly is in a washing state, the washings are put into the second cavity 21 from the open end of the second cavity 21, the driving device can drive the washings and the liquid in the second cavity 21 to move, and impact and friction are generated between the washings and the liquid to simulate rubbing of the washings; during the liquid flow, the liquid in the second cavity 21 flows from the filtering holes 22 at the junction of the side wall 23 and the bottom wall 24 to the first cavity 11, and during the process, the thread scraps flow into the first cavity 11 together with the liquid; during the process, as the cross-sectional area of the first water passing hole 231 is smaller than that of the filter hole 22, the thread scraps entering the second cavity 21 from the filter hole 22 enter the second cavity 21 from the first water passing hole 231, so that a great amount of thread scraps are retained in the first cavity 11 in the process that the liquid in the second cavity 21 flows into the first cavity 11; when the tub assembly is in a dehydrated state, the thread scraps in the first cavity 11 are automatically discharged out of the tub assembly along with the liquid from the water discharge hole of the outer tub 1.
In the embodiment of the utility model, the filter holes are arranged at the connecting part of the side wall and the bottom wall, the driving device drives the liquid in the second cavity to flow, so that the liquid is driven to enter the first cavity from the filter holes, and the liquid entering the first cavity is directly guided to the upper part of the first cavity under the combined action of the driving force and the resistance of the bottom of the outer barrel, so that the risk that the liquid flows back to the second cavity from the filter holes is reduced, a redundant one-way valve is not required to be arranged at the filter holes, the structure of the filter holes is simplified, and the difficulty and the cost of the production and the manufacture of the barrel body assembly are reduced; the filter holes arranged at the joint of the side wall and the bottom wall are compared with a mode that an opening is arranged at one position of the side wall or the bottom wall, and the cross-sectional area formed by the filter holes can be increased under the condition of meeting the strength of the inner barrel, so that the flow guide efficiency of the filter holes is improved, and the filtering efficiency of the barrel body assembly is improved.
In addition, in the embodiment of the utility model, in a non-dehydration state, the liquid in the second cavity enters the first cavity through the filtering hole under the driving of the driving device, and the liquid in the first cavity flows into the second cavity through the first water passing hole, so that the fluid circularly flows in the barrel assembly.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 1, the sidewall 23 includes a first sidewall 232 and a second sidewall 233. The first side wall 232 and the second side wall 233 are detachably connected, wherein the first side wall 232 and the second side wall 233 can be fixedly connected by a connecting piece, and a clamping structure can be further arranged on the first side wall 232 and the second side wall 233 to realize a detachable connection mode. Wherein the first sidewall 232 and the second sidewall 233 both extend along the first direction (z direction shown in fig. 1), the first sidewall 232 may be smoothly connected with the second sidewall 233, that is, there is no abrupt curvature value at the position where the first sidewall 232 is connected with the second sidewall 233. One end of the second side wall 233 is connected to the bottom wall 24, and the other end of the second side wall 233 is connected to the first side wall 232. The first water passing holes 231 penetrate through the inner and outer sides of the first side wall 232, and the filtering holes 22 are formed at the connection position of the second side wall 233 and the bottom wall 24. In some embodiments, the length of the second sidewall 233 in the first direction is less than 0.3 times the length of the first sidewall 232 in the first direction, and the second sidewall 233 is set within a certain size range, so that the risk of the liquid guided out from the filter hole 22 flowing back to the second cavity 21 can be reduced, and the flow rate of the liquid guided out from the first water passing hole 231 to the second cavity 21 in the first cavity 11 can be increased.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 2, the extending direction of the side wall 23 is perpendicular to the extending direction of the bottom wall 24, for example, in the case where the side wall 23 extends in the first direction, the extending direction of the bottom wall 24 is perpendicular to the first direction. Wherein, the extending direction of the bottom wall 24 can be the direction of the maximum size of the outer contour of the bottom wall 24. In the embodiment of the utility model, the extension direction of the side wall 23 is perpendicular to the extension direction of the bottom wall 24, so that the section of the first through hole 221 on the side wall 23 is perpendicular to the section of the second through hole 222 on the bottom wall 24, the sectional area of the filtering hole 22 is increased, and the structural strength of the inner barrel 2 is increased.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 2-4, the cross-section of the filter hole 22 is rectangular, wherein the cross-section cdef of the first through hole 221 on the second side wall 233 can be rectangular or square; the cross section abef of the second through hole 222 on the bottom wall 24 may be rectangular or square, the cross section cdef of the first through hole 221 and the cross section abef of the second through hole 222 are used as two side surfaces of a triangular prism, and the other side surface abcd of the triangular prism may be used as the cross section of the filter hole 22, so that the cross section abcd of the filter hole 22 is correspondingly rectangular or square. According to the embodiment of the utility model, the cross section abcd of the filtering hole 22 is arranged in a rectangle, so that the conduction amount of the filtering hole 22 is increased on the basis of meeting the structural strength of the inner barrel 2, and the filtering efficiency of the barrel assembly is improved.
In some embodiments, as shown in FIG. 4, the first through-hole 221 has a cross-sectional area of 0 to 6400mm in a direction perpendicular to the first direction (x direction shown in FIG. 3)2I.e. the cross-sectional area of the cross-section cdef. Under the condition that the first through hole 221 is configured as a rectangular structure, a cross section of the first through hole 221 in a direction perpendicular to the first direction can be regarded as a first rectangle cdef, lengths of two sides of the first rectangle cdef parallel to the first direction can be smaller than 80mm, and two sides of the first rectangle cdef perpendicular to the first direction can be smaller than 80 mm. The cross-sectional area of the second through-hole 222 in the first direction is 0-4000 mm2. In the case that the second through hole 222 is configured to have a rectangular structure, a cross section of the second through hole 222 in the first direction may be regarded as a second rectangle abef, and a side of the second rectangle abef may be less than 80mm or less than 50 mm. In the embodiment of the utility model, the sectional areas of the first through hole 221 and the second through hole 222 are set within a certain range, which is beneficial to improving the reliability of the structure of the inner barrel 2 and enabling sundries such as thread scraps in the second cavity 21 to flow into the first cavity 11; on the other hand, the risk that foreign matters such as coins and buttons remaining in the clothes fall into the filter holes 22 and enter the first cavity 11 due to the fact that the cross-sectional area of the filter holes 22 is too large can be reduced.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 3, the filtering holes 22 are provided in plurality, and the plurality of filtering holes 22 are provided at intervals along the circumferential direction of the inner tub. The number of filter holes 22 in some embodiments may be set to 1-12. Wherein the filter holes 22 are arranged at intervals along the circumference of the junction of the second side wall 233 and the bottom wall 24. According to the embodiment of the utility model, the quantity of the filter holes 22 can be increased, so that the liquid flow which can be guided to the first cavity 11 from the second cavity 21 in unit time can be increased, and the filtering efficiency of the barrel assembly can be improved.
In some embodiments, with reference to FIGS. 2-4, the ratio of the cross-sectional area of the plurality of filter holes 22 to the outer surface area of the bottom wall 24 is 0.35-0.5. The cross-sectional area of the filter hole 22 can be explained with reference to the foregoing embodiment, and the cross-section of the first through hole 221 and the cross-section of the second through hole 222 are taken as two side surfaces of a triangular prism, and the other side surface of the triangular prism can be taken as the cross-section of the filter hole 22, so that the cross-sectional area of the filter hole 22 is the cross-sectional area of the other side surface of the triangular prism. The outer surface area of the bottom wall 24 represents the surface area of the bottom wall 24 adjacent to one side of the first cavity 11. The sum of the cross-sectional areas of the filtering holes 22 can represent the liquid flow rate which can be conducted by the barrel assembly in unit time, the ratio of the sum of the cross-sectional areas of the filtering holes 22 to the outer surface area of the bottom wall 24 represents the opening degree of the filtering holes 22, and the ratio of the sum of the cross-sectional areas of the filtering holes 22 to the outer surface area of the bottom wall 24 is set within a certain range, so that the strong flow guide efficiency of the inner barrel 2 can be met, and the risk of fatigue failure caused by insufficient strength of the bottom of the inner barrel 2 can be reduced.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 5, the first water passing hole 231 is gradually contracted from the inside of the inner tub 2 (left side in fig. 5) to the outside of the inner tub 2 (right side in the x-direction in fig. 5). That is, the diameter of the first water passing hole 231 is gradually decreased from left to right, and the gradual shrinkage also means that the change of the diameter of the first water passing hole 231 can be a relatively gradual change without abrupt change of the size. In the case where the first water passing hole 231 has a circular cross-section, the cross-section of the first water passing hole 231 may be regarded as a taper shape gradually narrowing from left to right. Through setting up the sectional area that first water hole 231 is close to first cavity 11 one side and be less than the sectional area that is close to second cavity 21 one side for debris such as thread scraps of holding in first cavity 11 are difficult to enter into in the second cavity 21 from first water hole 231 of crossing, thereby have improved the filter effect of staving subassembly.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 5, the first water passing hole 231 has a cross-sectional diameter of less than 5mm on a side (right side in fig. 5) of the side wall 23 adjacent to the first cavity 11. The diameter range of the first water passing hole 231 close to the first cavity 11 can not only conduct the liquid between the first cavity 11 and the second cavity 21, but also block the sundries such as thread scraps and the like in the first cavity 11. Wherein, in the case that the cross-section of the first water passing hole 231 is a regular circle, the cross-sectional diameter of the first water passing hole 231 represents the diameter of the circle; in the case where the cross-section of the first water passing hole 231 is irregularly shaped, the cross-sectional diameter of the first water passing hole 231 represents the length in the direction of the largest dimension of the cross-sectional profile.
The embodiment of the utility model also discloses a clothes treatment device, which comprises a wave wheel 3 and the barrel assembly according to any one of the embodiments as shown in figure 1. The outer tub 1 is provided with one or more drain holes. The drain hole is communicated with the first cavity 11 and the outside of the outer barrel 1, and is used for draining the liquid in the first cavity 11 out of the outer barrel 1, so as to achieve the dewatering effect.
In the embodiment of the present invention, the pulsator 3 may be a part of the driving device, and is disposed at the bottom of the second cavity 21. The impeller 3 may be disposed next to the bottom wall 24, and the impeller 3 may also be disposed at an interval from the bottom wall 24, and the specific position relationship between the impeller 3 and the bottom wall 24 is not limited in the embodiment of the present invention, as long as the distance from the impeller 3 to the bottom is within a preset area range, and the specific preset area range may be set according to actual requirements. The pulsator 3 is rotatably connected with the inner tub 2, and during the washing process, the pulsator 3 can rotate to drive the washings and the liquid in the second cavity 21 to rotate, so as to achieve the washing effect, the pulsator 3 can guide the liquid in the second cavity 21 to the filtering holes 22, so that the liquid in the second cavity 21 flows into the first cavity 11 from the filtering holes 22, and the liquid in the first cavity 11 flows to the first water passing holes 231 through the resistance of the outer tub 1 and returns to the second cavity 21 from the first water passing holes 231.
In the embodiment of the utility model, the thread scraps remained in the first cavity can be automatically discharged out of the clothes treatment device in a dehydration state, and the filtering structure does not need to be manually disassembled and cleaned, so that the filtering operation convenience in the clothes treatment device is improved; the filtering holes are arranged at the connecting part of the side wall and the bottom wall, and the liquid entering the first cavity from the filtering holes is directly guided to the upper part of the first cavity under the driving action of the impeller and the resistance action of the bottom of the outer barrel, so that the risk of the liquid flowing back to the first cavity from the filtering holes is reduced, no redundant one-way valve is required to be arranged at the filtering holes, the structure of the filtering holes is simplified, and the difficulty and the cost of the production and the manufacture of the clothes treatment device are reduced; the filter holes arranged at the joint of the side wall and the bottom wall are compared with a mode that an opening is arranged at one position of the side wall or the bottom wall, and the cross-sectional area formed by the filter holes can be increased under the condition of meeting the strength of the inner barrel, so that the flow guide efficiency of the filter holes is improved, and the filter efficiency of the clothes treatment device is further improved.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 1, the pulsator 3 divides the second cavity 21 into a first sub-cavity 211 and a second sub-cavity 212, that is, the first sub-cavity 211 and the second sub-cavity 212 are separated from each other by the pulsator 3, the pulsator 3 is provided with a second water through hole 31 for communicating the first sub-cavity 211 and the second sub-cavity 212, and the first sub-cavity 211 and the second sub-cavity 212 circulate through the second water through hole 31. Wherein the first sub-cavity 211 is close to the open side (upper side in the z direction in fig. 1) of the inner barrel 2, and the second sub-cavity 212 is close to the bottom wall 24 (lower side in the z direction in fig. 1). According to the embodiment of the utility model, the second cavity 21 is divided into the first sub-cavity 211 and the second sub-cavity 212, so that the liquid in the first sub-cavity 211 can only enter the second sub-cavity 212 through the second water through holes 31, and a part of impurities with larger diameters, such as coins, buttons and the like, can be screened out, the risk that the impurities with large diameters enter the first cavity 11 can be reduced, and the running stability of the clothes treatment device is improved.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 1, a side (a lower side in the z direction in fig. 1) of the pulsator 3 adjacent to the second sub-chamber 212 is provided with a plurality of shift ribs 4, the shift ribs 4 may be provided in plurality, the plurality of shift ribs 4 are arranged around the pulsator 3 at intervals in the circumferential direction, and the shift ribs 4 themselves extend in the radial direction of the pulsator 3. Under the washing state, drive arrangement 5 drives impeller 3 and rotates 2 relative interior buckets, dials muscle 4 and rotates around the central axis along with impeller 3, and the water fluctuation in second subchamber 212 can be driven to pivoted impeller 3, and the water pressure of the filtration hole 22 department on interior bucket 2 is less, dials the rotation of muscle 4 and can improve the speed that the interior liquid water conservancy diversion of second subchamber 212 reaches filtration hole 22.
Referring to fig. 1, a filtering process of the laundry treating apparatus is explained as follows:
in the washing process of the clothes treatment device, the wave wheel 3 rotates relative to the inner barrel 2, the poking ribs 4 at the bottom of the wave wheel 3 rotate along with the wave wheel 3, and liquid in the second sub-cavity 212 is squeezed by the poking ribs 4 to do centrifugal motion, so that the squeezed liquid enters the first cavity 11 from the filtering holes 22, and sundries such as thread scraps in the liquid are driven to enter the first cavity 11 together. In this process, a large negative pressure is generated in the second cavity 21 to force the liquid in the first cavity 11 to flow from the first water passing hole 231 to the second cavity 21 to supplement the reduced water in the second cavity 21, thereby maintaining the water circulation of the whole clothes treating apparatus, and in this process, since the cross-sectional area of the first water passing hole 231 is smaller than that of the filtering hole 22, the sundries such as thread scraps in the first cavity 11 cannot return to the second cavity 21 along with the liquid from the first water passing hole 231, so that the sundries such as thread scraps are continuously accumulated in the first cavity 11 in the whole washing process. Under the state that the impeller 3 stops rotating, the thread scraps in the first cavity 11 can gradually sink to the bottom of the first cavity 11; when the clothes treatment device is in a dehydration state, the thread scraps in the first cavity 11 can be automatically discharged from the drainage hole of the outer barrel 1 along with the liquid, a filter screen does not need to be additionally arranged, dirt does not remain, and the inconvenience of cleaning the filter screen by a user is avoided.
The above description is only a preferred embodiment of the present invention, and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention.

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1. A bowl assembly, comprising:
an outer tub;
an inner tub disposed in the outer tub to be rotatable with respect to the outer tub; a first cavity is formed between the inner barrel and the outer barrel, and a second cavity extending along a first direction is formed inside the inner barrel;
the inner barrel includes:
the side wall extends along a first direction, and is provided with a first water through hole for communicating the first cavity with the second cavity;
a bottom wall connected to one end of the side wall in the first direction;
and the joint of the side wall and the bottom wall is provided with a filter hole for communicating the first cavity and the second cavity, and the cross sectional area of the filter hole is larger than that of the first water passing hole.
2. The bucket assembly of claim 1, wherein the sidewalls include first and second removably connected sidewalls, each of the first and second sidewalls extending in the first direction; the first side wall is far away from the bottom wall and is provided with the first water through hole, one end of the second side wall is connected with the bottom wall into a whole, and the joint of the second side wall and the bottom wall is provided with the filter hole.
3. The bucket assembly of claim 2, wherein the sidewalls extend in a direction perpendicular to the direction of extension of the bottom wall.
4. The bowl assembly of claim 2, wherein the filter aperture comprises:
the first through hole penetrates through the second side wall;
the second through hole penetrates through the bottom wall and is communicated with the first through hole;
wherein the content of the first and second substances,
the sectional area of the first through hole in the direction perpendicular to the first direction is 0-6400 mm2
The sectional area of the second through hole in the first direction is 0-4000 mm2
5. The bowl assembly according to claim 1, wherein the filtering holes are provided in plurality, and the filtering holes are provided in plurality at intervals along a circumferential direction of the inner bowl.
6. The bowl assembly according to claim 5, wherein a ratio of a cross-sectional area of the plurality of filter apertures to an outer surface area of the bottom wall is 0.35-0.5.
7. The tub assembly according to claim 1, wherein the first water passing hole is gradually contracted from an inner side of the inner tub to an outer side of the inner tub.
8. The bucket assembly of claim 7, wherein the first water passing hole has a cross-sectional diameter of less than 5mm on a side of the sidewall adjacent to the first cavity.
9. A laundry treating apparatus, comprising:
the barrel assembly as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 8, wherein the outer barrel is provided with a drain hole communicated with the first cavity;
the impeller is arranged at the bottom of the second cavity and is rotatably connected with the inner barrel.
10. The garment treatment device according to claim 9, wherein the pulsator divides the second cavity into a first sub-cavity and a second sub-cavity, the second sub-cavity being adjacent to the bottom wall; the impeller is provided with a second water passing hole communicated with the first sub cavity and the second sub cavity.
11. The apparatus of claim 10, wherein a side of the pulsator adjacent to the second sub-chamber is provided with a poking rib, and the poking rib extends along a radial direction of the pulsator.
12. The laundry treating apparatus according to claim 11, wherein the bottom wall is not provided with water holes in a region of the bottom wall facing the paddle rib.
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