CN216715299U - Go out water subassembly and tap - Google Patents

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CN216715299U
CN216715299U CN202122652444.1U CN202122652444U CN216715299U CN 216715299 U CN216715299 U CN 216715299U CN 202122652444 U CN202122652444 U CN 202122652444U CN 216715299 U CN216715299 U CN 216715299U
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The utility model discloses a water outlet assembly and a water tap, which comprise: the device comprises a shell, a water supply pipe, a spray head, a control valve and an operating handle, wherein the shell is provided with an installation structure; the water supply pipe is connected into the shell; the spray head is arranged on the shell; the control valve is arranged in the shell, the water supply pipe is connected with the spray head through the control valve, and the control valve can control the water outlet state of the spray head; the operating handle is movably arranged at the upper end of the shell and is connected with the control valve. The housing may be mounted to an upper portion of the sink or an inner wall of the sink by a mounting structure. After the control valve is operated by the operating handle to be opened, water flow can penetrate through the shell from the water supply pipe and is finally sprayed out from the spray head. Therefore, when a user needs to control the operation switch to close the water flow, the user only needs to operate the operation handle at the upper end of the outer shell, so that the hand of the user can avoid the spray head, the water tank below the spray head and other parts, and the hand of the user is prevented from being wetted or polluted.

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Go out water subassembly and tap
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the field of bathrooms, in particular to a water outlet assembly and a water faucet.
Background
As is well known, the operation switch of the prior art faucet is usually disposed beside the sink, and when the operation switch is turned on, the water flow can pass through the water valve, and is sent to the head of the faucet through the water supply pipeline and is sprayed out. However, when the user needs to control the operation switch, the user needs to extend his/her hand to the side of the sink, so that when the user controls the operation switch, the sleeve and other parts are likely to be wetted by the water sprayed from the faucet, and the hand may touch the contents extending from the sink, so that the conventional faucet has the disadvantage of inconvenient use when controlling the operation switch.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The present invention is directed to solving at least one of the problems of the prior art. Therefore, the utility model provides the water outlet assembly which can prevent hands and other parts from being polluted or wetted during control.
The utility model also provides a faucet with the water outlet assembly.
According to an embodiment of the first aspect of the utility model, the water outlet assembly comprises: the device comprises a shell, a water supply pipe, a spray head, a control valve and an operating handle, wherein the shell is provided with an installation structure; the water supply pipe is connected into the shell; the spray head is arranged on the shell; the control valve is arranged in the shell, the water supply pipe is connected with the spray head through the control valve, and the control valve can control the water outlet state of the spray head; the operating handle is movably arranged at the upper end of the shell and is connected with the control valve.
The water outlet assembly provided by the embodiment of the utility model at least has the following beneficial effects: the housing may be mounted to an upper portion of the sink or an inner wall of the sink by a mounting structure. After the control valve is operated by the operating handle to be opened, water flow can penetrate through the shell from the water supply pipe and is finally sprayed out from the spray head. Because the operating handle sets up on the shell, and the shower nozzle also sets up in the shell in the lump, consequently when the user need control operating switch and carry out closing of rivers, only need operate the operating handle of shell upper end to make user's hand can avoid positions such as shower nozzle and the basin below the shower nozzle, and then avoid user's hand to be moistened or receive the pollution.
According to some embodiments of the present invention, the operating handle is rotatably sleeved at one end of the housing, and the control valve includes a valve core connected to the operating handle and capable of rotating together with the operating handle.
According to some embodiments of the present invention, the water supply pipe is provided in plurality, a water passage switch is provided in the housing, the water supply pipes are connected to the water passage switch, and the control valve is connected to the water passage switch.
According to some embodiments of the utility model, the housing includes a fixed portion and a movable portion detachably connected to the fixed portion, the operating handle and the control valve are both provided in the movable portion, and the water supply pipe passes through the fixed portion and extends into the movable portion.
According to some embodiments of the utility model, a connector is movably connected to the housing, the mounting structure is disposed on the connector, and the housing is capable of rotating circumferentially relative to the connector.
According to some embodiments of the utility model, the one end of the connector is provided with a swivel shaft portion inserted into the housing and capable of rotating relative to the housing, and the mounting structure is provided at the other end of the connector.
According to some embodiments of the utility model, the mounting structure comprises a pipe-toothed portion arranged at the periphery of the connector, and a locking nut is screwed on the upper end of the pipe-toothed portion.
According to some embodiments of the utility model, an annular groove is provided on the swivel shaft, the annular groove being located within the housing, the annular groove having a wear ring disposed therein.
According to some embodiments of the utility model, the housing is provided with a top stop screw which penetrates through the housing from the outside of the housing and presses the wear reduction ring tightly.
A faucet according to an embodiment of the second aspect of the present invention includes the outlet assembly according to the above-described embodiment of the first aspect of the present invention.
The faucet provided by the embodiment of the utility model has the following beneficial effects: the housing may be mounted to an upper portion of the sink or an inner wall of the sink by a mounting structure. After the control valve is operated by the operating handle to be opened, water flow can penetrate through the shell from the water supply pipe and is finally sprayed out from the spray head. Because the operating handle sets up on the shell, and the shower nozzle also sets up in the shell in the lump, consequently when the user need control operating switch and carry out closing of rivers, only need operate the operating handle of shell upper end to make user's hand can avoid positions such as shower nozzle and the basin below the shower nozzle, and then avoid user's hand to be moistened or receive the pollution.
Additional aspects and advantages of the utility model 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 utility model.
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The above and/or additional aspects and advantages of the present invention will become apparent and readily appreciated from the following description of the embodiments, taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings of which:
FIG. 1 is a schematic view of a water outlet assembly according to an embodiment of the utility model;
FIG. 2 is a schematic view of a cross-section of the water outlet assembly shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is an enlarged schematic view at A shown in FIG. 2;
FIG. 4 is an exploded schematic view of the water exit assembly shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 5 is a partially exploded schematic view of the water outlet assembly shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 6 is a partially exploded schematic view of the attachment bracket portion of the underdrain assembly shown in FIG. 1.
Reference numerals: 100 is a shell, 200 is an operating handle, 300 is a spray head, 350 is a bubbler, 400 is an installation structure, 417 is a rotating shaft part, 410 is a connecting piece, 415 is an annular groove, 420 is a locking nut, 430 is connecting glue, 440 is an anti-abrasion ring, 445 is a top stop screw, 460 is a closed ring, 500 is a water supply pipe, 600 is a water channel converter, 650 is a locking screw, 700 is a control valve, and 750 is a valve core.
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Reference will now be made in detail to embodiments of the present invention, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein like or similar reference numerals refer to the same or similar elements or elements having the same or similar function throughout. The embodiments described below with reference to the accompanying drawings are illustrative only for the purpose of explaining the present invention, and are not to be construed as limiting the present invention.
In the description of the present invention, it should be understood that the orientation or positional relationship referred to in the description of the orientation, such as the upper, lower, front, rear, left, right, etc., is based on the orientation or positional relationship shown in the drawings, and is only for convenience of description and simplification of description, and does not indicate or imply that the device or element referred to must have a specific orientation, be constructed and operated in a specific orientation, and thus, should not be construed as limiting the present invention.
In the description of the present invention, the meaning of a plurality of means is one or more, the meaning of a plurality of means is two or more, and larger, smaller, larger, etc. are understood as excluding the number, and larger, smaller, inner, etc. are understood as including the number. If the first and second are described for the purpose of distinguishing technical features, they are not to be understood as indicating or implying relative importance or implicitly indicating the number of technical features indicated or implicitly indicating the precedence of the technical features indicated.
In the description of the present invention, unless otherwise specifically limited, terms such as set, installation, connection and the like should be understood in a broad sense, and those skilled in the art can reasonably determine the specific meanings of the above terms in the present invention by combining the specific contents of the technical solutions.
Referring to fig. 1, a water outlet assembly includes: the water sprayer comprises a shell 100, a water supply pipe 500, a sprayer 300, a control valve 700 and an operating handle 200, wherein the shell 100 is provided with a mounting structure 400; the water supply pipe 500 is connected to the inside of the case 100; the spray head 300 is disposed on the housing 100; the control valve 700 is arranged in the housing 100, the water supply pipe 500 is connected with the spray head 300 through the control valve 700, and the control valve 700 can control the water outlet state of the spray head 300; the operating handle 200 is movably provided at the upper end of the casing 100 and is connected to the control valve 700. The housing 100 may be mounted to an upper portion of the sink or an inner wall of the sink by the mounting structure 400. When the control valve 700 is opened by operating the handle 200, water flows through the housing 100 from the water supply pipe 500 and is finally discharged from the spray head 300. Since the operation handle 200 is disposed on the housing 100 and the spray head 300 is also disposed on the housing 100, when the user needs to control the operation switch to turn off the water flow, the user only needs to operate the operation handle 200 on the upper end of the housing 100, so that the user's hand can avoid the spray head 300 and the sink below the spray head 300, and the user's hand can be prevented from getting wet or being contaminated.
Specifically, the control valve 700 can rotate to adjust the maximum flow of the water flow, so as to adjust the size or opening and closing of the water flow.
In some embodiments, the housing 100 is an integrally formed part.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 1, the operating handle 200 is rotatably sleeved on one end of the housing 100, and the control valve 700 includes a valve core 750, and the valve core 750 is connected with the operating handle 200 and can rotate along with the operating handle 200. When the operating handle 200 is rotated, the valve core 750 is driven to rotate together, so as to adjust the maximum flow area of the water flow in the control valve 700, and further directly and effectively adjust the size or open/close of the water flow sprayed from the nozzle 300.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 5, the water supply pipe 500 is provided in plurality, the water passage switch 600 is provided in the housing 100, the water supply pipes 500 are connected to the water passage switch 600, and the control valve 700 is connected to the water passage switch 600. The water pipes 500 can respectively supply water with different temperatures, and the connection between the water pipes 500 and the control valve 700 is switched by the water channel converter 600, so that the user can selectively use the water with different temperatures to meet different use requirements of the user.
Specifically, the waterway converter 600 and the control valve 700 are sequentially inserted into the housing 100 from one end of the housing 100, the operating handle 200 is rotatably provided to the end of the housing 100 to close the same, and the housing 100 is provided with a locking screw 650 which is inserted into the housing 100 from the outside of the housing 100 and is coupled to the waterway converter 600.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 2, the housing 100 includes a fixed portion to which the movable portion is detachably coupled, and a movable portion in which the operating handle 200 and the control valve 700 are provided, and the water feeding tube 500 passes through the fixed portion and protrudes into the movable portion. The detachable separation of the fixed part and the movable part enables a user to hold the movable part by hand to carry out local spraying, thereby meeting various use requirements of the user.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 3, a bubbler 350 is provided at the spray head 300. The bubbler 350 allows water flowing through the spray head 300 to be sufficiently mixed with air outside the spray head 300. The water flow after mixing the air not only effectively improves the scouring force, but also has the advantages of reducing the water consumption and saving the water.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 4, a connector 410 is movably coupled to the housing 100, and the mounting structure 400 is disposed on the connector 410 such that the housing 100 can rotate circumferentially relative to the connector 410. The connection frame is connected to the side wall of the sink or the top of the sink via the mounting structure 400, and the housing 100 can rotate relative to the connection member 410, so that the position of the nozzle 300 on the housing 100 relative to the sink can be adjusted, and the direction of water spraying can be adjusted to meet different use requirements of users.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 6, one end of the connection member 410 is provided with a rotation shaft portion 417, the rotation shaft portion 417 is inserted into the housing 100 and can rotate with respect to the housing 100, and the mounting structure 400 is provided at the other end of the connection member 410. The rotation shaft portion 417 not only enables relative connection between the connection member 410 and the housing 100, but also enables relative rotation between the connection member 410 and the housing 100 through relative rotation between the connection member and the housing 100, thereby ensuring stable connection between the connection member 410 and the housing 100 while enabling relative rotation.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 6, the mounting structure 400 includes a tooth pipe portion 413 disposed at an outer circumference of the connection member 410, and a locking nut 420 is threadedly coupled to an upper end of the tooth pipe portion 413. The locking nut 420 can be matched with the external thread structure on the tooth pipe part 413 to clamp and fix the connecting piece 410 and the water tank or the side part of the water tank, and the connection mode of threaded connection also has the advantage of convenient disassembly and assembly, so that the maintenance or replacement operation process is more convenient.
It is envisioned that the rotating shaft portion 417 and the threaded pipe portion 413 may be an integral structure, or may be a structure spliced together by welding, screwing, etc., and the specific embodiment may be adjusted according to actual needs, and is not limited herein.
Specifically, the outer circumference of the dental tube 413 is further provided with a connection glue 430 for connecting to the side wall of the water tank.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 6, a sealing ring 460 is attached to the housing 100, and the sealing ring 460 covers an exposed portion of the rotation shaft 417. The sealing ring 460 seals the pivot portion 417 to protect the pivot portion 417 from impurities such as grease, etc. being splashed onto the pivot portion 417 and affecting the connection thereof.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 6, an annular groove 415 is provided on the rotational shaft 417, the annular groove 415 being located within the housing 100, and a wear ring 440 being disposed within the annular groove 415. The wear ring 440 prevents adhesion between the inner surface of the housing 100 and the outer surface of the rotation shaft portion 417 during rotation of the housing 100, thereby allowing the housing 100 to be smoothly rotated and adjusting the position of the spray head 300.
In some embodiments, referring to fig. 2, the housing 100 is provided with a jacking screw 445 that passes through the housing 100 from the outside of the housing 100 and jacks up the wear reduction ring 440. The jacking screw 445 can jack the antifriction ring 440 tightly against the rotation shaft 417, thereby ensuring that the antifriction ring 440 can effectively play the antifriction role
A second aspect of the present invention provides an embodiment of a faucet, comprising the above water outlet assembly. The housing 100 may be mounted to an upper portion of the sink or an inner wall of the sink by the mounting structure 400. When the control valve 700 is opened by operating the handle 200, water flows through the housing 100 from the water supply pipe 500 and is finally discharged from the spray head 300. Since the operation handle 200 is disposed on the housing 100 and the spray head 300 is also disposed on the housing 100, when the user needs to control the operation switch to turn off the water flow, the user only needs to operate the operation handle 200 on the upper end of the housing 100, so that the user's hand can avoid the spray head 300 and the sink below the spray head 300, and the user's hand can be prevented from getting wet or being contaminated.
The technical features of the embodiments described above may be arbitrarily combined, and for the sake of brevity, all possible combinations of the technical features in the embodiments described above are not described, but should be considered as being within the scope of the present specification as long as there is no contradiction between the combinations of the technical features.
The embodiments of the present invention have been described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, but the present invention is not limited to the above embodiments, and various changes can be made within the knowledge of those skilled in the art without departing from the gist of the present invention.

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1. A water outlet assembly, comprising:
a housing (100), said housing (100) having a mounting structure (400) disposed thereon;
a water supply pipe (500) connected to the inside of the housing (100);
a spray head (300) disposed on the housing (100);
the control valve (700) is arranged in the shell (100), the water supply pipe (500) is connected with the spray head (300) through the control valve (700), and the control valve (700) can control the water outlet state of the spray head (300);
and the operating handle (200) is movably arranged at the upper end of the shell (100) and is connected with the control valve (700).
2. The water exit assembly of claim 1 wherein:
the operating handle (200) is rotatably sleeved at one end of the shell (100), the control valve (700) comprises a valve core (750), and the valve core (750) is connected with the operating handle (200) and can rotate along with the operating handle.
3. The water exit assembly of claim 1 wherein:
the water supply pipe (500) is provided with a plurality of water channel converters (600) in the shell (100), the water supply pipes (500) are connected to the water channel converters (600), and the control valve (700) is connected with the water channel converters (600).
4. The water exit assembly of claim 1, wherein:
the shell (100) comprises a fixed part and a movable part, the movable part is detachably connected with the fixed part, the operating handle (200) and the control valve (700) are arranged on the movable part, and the water delivery pipe (500) penetrates through the fixed part and stretches into the movable part.
5. The water exit assembly of claim 1, wherein:
the connecting piece (410) is movably connected to the shell (100), the mounting structure (400) is arranged on the connecting piece (410), and the shell (100) can rotate circumferentially relative to the connecting piece (410).
6. The water exit assembly of claim 5 wherein:
one end of the connecting piece (410) is provided with a rotating shaft part (417), the rotating shaft part (417) is inserted into the shell (100) and can rotate relative to the shell (100), and the mounting structure (400) is arranged at the other end of the connecting piece (410).
7. The water exit assembly of claim 6 wherein:
mounting structure (400) including set up in screwed pipe portion (413) of connecting piece (410) periphery, screwed connection has lock nut (420) on screwed pipe portion (413).
8. The water exit assembly of claim 7 wherein:
an annular groove (415) is formed in the rotating shaft portion (417), the annular groove (415) is located in the shell (100), and a wear reduction ring (440) is arranged in the annular groove (415).
9. The water exit assembly of claim 8 wherein:
the shell (100) is provided with a jacking screw (445) which penetrates through the shell (100) from the outside of the shell (100) and jacks up the wear-reducing ring (440).
10. A faucet comprising the water outlet assembly of any one of claims 1 to 9.
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