DE10022088A1 - Program-controlled dishwasher with device for drying dishes has container filled with cold fresh water or regenerated flushing water during drying process forming heat exchanger - Google Patents

Program-controlled dishwasher with device for drying dishes has container filled with cold fresh water or regenerated flushing water during drying process forming heat exchanger

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DE10022088A1
DE10022088A1 DE2000122088 DE10022088A DE10022088A1 DE 10022088 A1 DE10022088 A1 DE 10022088A1 DE 2000122088 DE2000122088 DE 2000122088 DE 10022088 A DE10022088 A DE 10022088A DE 10022088 A1 DE10022088 A1 DE 10022088A1
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Ulrich Hettenhausen
Stephan Koch
Dirk Wegener
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L15/00Washing or rinsing machines for crockery or tableware
    • A47L15/42Details
    • A47L15/48Drying arrangements
    • A47L15/483Drying arrangements by using condensers

Abstract

The dishwasher has a device (10) for drying dishes, whereby the dishes are heated by circulated hot cleaning liquid and the moisture in the washing chamber and on the dishes is condensed during the drying process by a heat exchanger in a closed circuit with the liquid pumped out. The device has a container (11) filled with cold fresh water or regenerated flushing water during the drying process as the heat exchanger and an air channel (12) with a circulation fan (13) carrying the process air out of the washing chamber (3) in a closed circuit during drying and leading past the container. At least one side wall (15) of the container acts as a channel wall forming a condensation surface.

Description

The invention relates to a program-controlled dishwasher with a device for drying dishes, the dishes in the water-carrying rinses with Rolled warm rinsing liquid is heated up in the rinsing tank and in the Dry program section If the flushing fluid is pumped out, the moisture in the flushing tank is reduced using a heat exchanger container and is condensed on the wash ware in a closed circuit.

Dishwashers for installation in rows of kitchen cabinets or the like are generally known, the appliance doors of which are clad with facing panels or decorative panels, the door leaves which are hung on the door each corresponding in shape, color and size to the doors of adjacent furniture cabinet doors of the row of kitchen cabinets. A distinction must be made between fully integrable units in which the front panels cover the entire front area of the appliance from the base to the appliance cover or the kitchen worktop, and appliances in which the door trim only extends to the control panel underneath the worktop. The full-surface cover creates a visually appealing solution. Both types of dishwashers generally use the same wash program design with the usual wash programs, such as Universal 55 etc. These wash programs to be processed by the appliance program each include separately controlled warm and cold wash cycles in which the dishwashing liquid added to the dishwashing container of the appliance by means of the circulation pump via the dishes and is conveyed back into the washing container. The used rinsing liquid is pumped out at the end of each rinsing cycle and fed into the drain. The program sections CLEAN and RINSE, in which the rinsing liquid is heated by the device's own heater, are intended as warm rinse cycles. The cold rinse cycles as program sections that can be faded in and out, such as single or multiple PRE-RINSING and INTERMEDIATE RINSE, remain unheated. The end of a washing program is the DRYING program section, in which the moisture for drying the items to be washed is brought out of the washing container. Drying systems have become known for this, which operate according to the recirculating air or exhaust air principle or in combination with both systems.

In dishwashers with an exhaust air drying system, a washing room supports ventilation the drying process. The flushing room ventilation connects the flushing tank with the outside air and is formed by a ventilation duct with / without a drying fan. In the case of program-controlled tableware drying, the moist air escapes through this channel the washroom. Possibly. cold ambient air is added to the process air. The ventilation duct opens into the control panel of the devices that are only partially clad with a front panel  over the appliance door. With the fully integrated dishwashers, the Exhaust air dish drying is a problem because here the front plates, which the devices front cover all sides, due to the optical design not through ventilation slots may be broken. It is therefore advantageous to use forced air drying in such devices systems. In this case, the dishwasher is considered closed senes system, in which the drying process only by installing additional Condensation devices in the circulating air circuit can be supported. One by one Air drying system working dishwasher with a condensation device, which is designed as a heat exchanger with latent heat storage, discloses the DE 37 41 652 A1. Due to the special design of the heat exchanger as latent heat However, the known state of the art is more complex to build and expensive to manufacture. Furthermore, latent heat storage for vapor condensation cannot be used optimally, as always on the melt crystallization temperatures of the storage medium used River must be taken, but not all temperature ranges are covered can.

The invention has for its object a device for vapor condensation in a to create dishwashers drying according to the forced-air principle, the programmtech nically and constructively simple to implement, requires little installation space in the device and that Drying process supported effectively. The facility is also designed especially for a Vollin tegable device.

According to the invention, this object is achieved by the features specified in claim 1 solved. Advantageous refinements and developments of the invention result from the following subclaims.

An embodiment of the invention is shown purely schematically in the drawings and is described in more detail below. It shows

Fig. 1 is a dishwasher in the side view in a simplified version with a device for drying dishes,

Fig. 2 shows the device of the dishwasher in the front view,

Fig. 3 shows the fresh water and regeneration water flow through a softening device of the dishwasher in connection with the simplified A device for drying dishes.

The household dishwasher ( 1 ), shown in simplified form in FIG. 1, with the entire front of the appliance covered by a decorative plate ( 2 ), has a rinsing container ( 3 ), to which fresh water is fed as rinsing liquid in the water-carrying program sections via a cold water connection ( 4 ) . Such a dishwasher ( 1 ) can be fully integrated into a kitchen unit, the decorative plate ( 2 ) of the appliance extending below the work surface not distinguishing it from neighboring kitchen base cabinets in the line.

In the washing compartment ( 3 ) of the program-controlled dishwasher ( 1 ) two dishes baskets ( 5 , 6 ) are provided in different washing levels for the dishes or items to be washed and dried, which, like separate cutlery baskets (not shown), in themselves are known to be sprayed by spray arms, not shown, with washing liquid during the running washing program. In the fresh water flow of the dishwasher ( 1 ), a softening device ( 7 ), known per se, is arranged for soft water production, which can be regenerated via a water storage pocket, as known, in the appliance housing.

To wash the crockery and cutlery, the program-controlled dishwasher ( 1 ) has the usual selectable washing programs, such as Universal 55 , Universal 60 , ½ load, glass rinsing, etc., which include separately controlled hot and cold rinsing cycles, each in which the rinsing container ( 3 ) the washing liquid given by the device is conveyed by means of a circulation pump over the dishes and back into the washing container ( 3 ). The ver used rinsing liquid is pumped from the drain pump ( 8 ) at the end of each rinsing cycle and fed into the drain ( 9 ). The program sections CLEANING and RINSING are usual warm rinsing cycles, in which rinsing liquid is heated by the device's own heater, which can be a tubular heater provided in the rinsing container ( 3 ) or a flow heater provided outside the container in the water flow. The additional cold rinses as program sections that can be faded in and out, such as single or multiple PRE RINSE and INTERMEDIATE RINSE, remain unheated. The end of a washing program is the DRY section, in which the moisture for drying the items to be washed is brought out of the washing container ( 3 ). For this purpose, a drying system operating according to the recirculating air principle is provided.

The system according to the invention comprises a device ( 10 ) with a drying in the program section only with cold fresh water filled in the fresh water inlet ( 4 ) to the rinsing container ( 3 ) arranged storage container ( 11 ) as a heat exchanger and the process air from the rinsing container ( 3 ) when drying in a closed circuit leading air flow channel ( 12 ) with a forced air fan ( 13 ). The storage container ( 11 ) is designed as a flat water or condenser pocket, which wall ( 14 ) of the device between the rinsing container ( 3 ) and the outer housing, as shown schematically, can be inserted to save space. The volume (approx. 1 liter) of the storage container ( 11 ) is advantageously dimensioned such that several water fillings of the storage container ( 11 ) are necessary for filling the rinsing container ( 3 ).

The air flow channel ( 12 ) is guided laterally past the storage container ( 11 ), at least one of the outer side walls of the storage container ( 11 ) being designed as a condensation or cooling surface. The side wall ( 15 ) of the storage container ( 11 ) facing the washing container ( 3 ) is preferably designed as a condensation surface. This condensate surface of the storage container ( 11 ) consists of a thin film (e.g. of plastic) and forms a channel wall ( 16 ) of the air flow channel ( 12 ). The thin film allows a rapid heat exchange from the moist process air through the duct to the cold fresh water in the container ( 11 ), the vapors condensing on the approx. 0.3 mm thick flexible film wall and down on the film a with the rinsing container ( 3 ) in connection Leitrin ne ( 17 ) flows.

The storage container ( 11 ) as a cold reservoir in cooperation with the Luftströmungska channel ( 12 ) as an air / water heat exchanger is on the outside of the washing container ( 3 ) in the device housing, but is insulated from the wall of the washing container at a distance. In the intermediate space ( 18 ) thus formed, the air flow channel ( 12 ) is designed to be closed on all sides, its ends being connected at the top and bottom to the interior of the washing compartment ( 3 ). The channel is advantageously manufactured as a separate component which is supported against the film of the storage container ( 11 ). The moist process air flows (see arrows, Fig. 1, 2) via a suction opening ( 19 ) in the upper rinse tank area from above into the air flow channel ( 12 ) and leaves this via a blow-out opening ( 20 ) in the lower area of the rinse tank side wall. The circulating air blower ( 13 ) is also arranged in this area, which is followed by a labyrinth system ( 21 ) with a catching and discharge device ( 22 ) for condensation water that precipitates. The labyrinth prevents condensate or vapors from escaping from the system in the process circuit and directs the trapped condensed water back into the rinsing container ( 3 ). The already mentioned guide channel ( 17 ) for condensate drainage is formed on the film wall ( 15 ) of the storage container ( 11 ) in the region of the blow-out opening ( 20 ). The order air blower ( 13 ) is a radial blower and is preferably housed in an externally accessible mounting space of the device.

The storage container ( 11 ) is connected downstream of the softening device in the fresh water flow of the dishwasher ( 1 ). The softened fresh water is fed into a separate fresh water channel ( 23 ) which communicates with the interior of the storage container ( 11 ). The storage container ( 11 ) has a safety overflow ( 24 ) in the washing container ( 3 ).

The downwardly open to the reservoir (11) fresh water channel (23) is high-side of the front of bin (11) and recycled and has at its upper end, a siphon (25), see Fig. Fig. 2.

A program run begins with the cold PREWASH. This is followed by CLEANING with hot water, whereupon the INTERMEDIATE RINSE also closes with cold fresh water. The program section DRYING follows the following RINSE cycle as the last section of a washing program. After the wash program has been selected, a solenoid valve ( 26 ) in the fresh water inlet of the device is opened at the start of the wash. With the opening of the time and / or amount of water depending on the program and / or a solenoid valve ( 26 ) controlled by a flow meter, softened rinsing liquid is filled into the rinse tank ( 3 ) in the desired amount via the fresh water channel ( 23 ) and the reservoir ( 11 ) . When the solenoid valve ( 26 ) is switched off, the fresh water supply is interrupted and the still full reservoir ( 11 ) is automatically emptied via the suction lifter ( 25 ) of the fresh water channel ( 23 ). With the last filling of the storage container ( 11 ), the required amount of rinsing liquid in the rinsing container ( 3 ) is reached, so that the pre-rinsing can begin. With a full load, the rinsing container ( 3 ) is supplied with a usual amount of rinsing liquid of approx. 4 to 5 liters. Then the other rinse cycles follow as usual.

After rinsing as the last water-bearing warm rinse cycle, the storage container ( 11 ) is filled with cold fresh water at the beginning of the program section Drying only up to below the siphon ( 25 ) so that it cannot respond. In the fresh water channel ( 23 ) communicating with the reservoir ( 11 ), the fresh water rises as well and remains below the siphon ( 25 ). This prevents the storage container ( 11 ) from running dry when the solenoid valve ( 26 ) is switched off in the drying cycle.

The air circulation fan ( 13 ) is switched on with the DRY section. During the recirculation mode, the process air circulated is continuously extracted from moisture, which condenses on the film as the condensation surface of the reservoir filled with the cold fresh water ( 11 ). The circulated air is thereby cooled and returned to the rinsing container ( 3 ). There it warms up again on the dishes and the rinsing container ( 3 ), in which the relative humidity decreases. This in turn can absorb moisture, which also condenses on the cool condensation surface ( 15 ) in the next cycle, etc. At the end of the DRYING section of the program, the water in the reservoir ( 11 ), which is now slightly warmed by the process circuit, is either heated by short admission of fresh water in the container up to the level of the siphon (25) is removed through the siphon from the reservoir (11), or it remains until the next pre-rinsing a subsequent washing program for re-use in the reservoir (11). If necessary, the drying process can be supported by the device's own heating.

The circulating air mode in the closed system advantageously prevents odors when drying dishes. Vapor condensation outside the dishwasher ( 1 ) is also avoided and a temperature-saving drop in the drying temperature is achieved. The device ( 10 ) used according to the invention for this purpose is not very expensive and, by using the elements already used for dishwashing, such as air and water, it is also cost-effective and easy to control.

An advantageous further development of the invention provides, according to FIG. 3, not only fresh water for the condensation drying, but also the amount of regeneration water which arises when the softening device ( 7 ) is regenerated in the DRYING section of the program, and also at least part of the amount when rinsing or rinsing out the softener after Regenerate used flushing water quantity. As a result, the drying performance can advantageously be increased. The implementation is easy to implement in terms of programming. For this purpose, the program steps REGENERATE and FLUSH through the softening device are integrated into the program run of the dishwasher in such a way that the amounts of water guided by the softener can be collected in the storage container. For this purpose, the softening device ( 7 ) already mentioned in FIG. 1 is shown more clearly according to FIG. 3 with all the functional modules required for this. In particular, the figure shows the fresh water and regeneration water flow through the softening device ( 7 ) of the dishwasher in conjunction with the device ( 10 ) for drying dishes, however, shown in simplified form. The reservoir already described as a heat exchanger is designated by ( 11 ').

The device's own softening device ( 7 ) uses the water storage pocket ( 27 ) in the device housing, as is known, for storing retrievable amounts of regeneration liquid for the ion exchanger ( 7 a) of the device, which can be regenerated with brine and in the valve-controlled fresh water path (cold water connection 4 ) in line with the water behind the water Council bag ( 27 ). A salt container ( 7 b) is connected upstream of the ion exchanger ( 7 a) in a manner known per se, which receives a predetermined amount of regeneration water from the water storage pocket ( 27 ) at the time of regeneration.

The water supply pocket ( 27 ) is assigned a back suction protection ( 28 ) in the fresh water line (cold water connection 4 ), via which leakage water is branched off from the cold water connection ( 4 ) for filling the water pocket. The collected leakage water is used as regeneration water. The water storage pocket ( 27 ) has an overflow ( 29 ) to the washing container ( 3 ) of the dishwasher. The amount of regenerating water stored in the brine in the water storage pocket ( 27 ) can be called up by a program, for which a regeneration valve ( 30 ) in the line path ( 31 ) to the salt container ( 7 b) is opened. Behind the back suction protection ( 28 ) the cold water connection ( 4 ) is placed directly at the input of the ion exchanger ( 7 a) of the softening device ( 7 ), the soft water outlet ( 32 ) of which is on the one hand to the storage container ( 11 ') and on the other hand via a further back suction protection ( 33 ) with ventilation to the rinsing container ( 3 ) or to the collecting pot ( 34 ). According to FIG. 3, a solenoid valve ( 35 ) blocking or opening this line path is arranged in the soft water outlet ( 32 ) to the rinsing tank ( 3 ).

At the beginning of the DRYING section of the program, according to the variant according to FIG. 3, the storage container ( 11 ') is again filled (possibly only up to half) with cold fresh water. For this purpose, the solenoid valve ( 26 ) of the cold water connection ( 4 ) is opened time-controlled and the solenoid valve ( 35 ) behind the ion exchanger ( 7 a) in the soft water outlet ( 32 ) to the flushing tank ( 3 ) is closed. The storage container ( 11 ') is filled with cold fresh water to below the safety overflow ( 24 ). The circulating air blower ( 13 ), not shown in FIG. 3, is switched on with the DRY section and remains in operation until the end of the program. The drying process proceeds as already described in FIG. 1.

During the program run in the DRYING section, at the time of regeneration of the hardener, the first filling of the storage container ( 11 ') with fresh water, which has already cooled down the circulated process air, is drained off and then the amount of regeneration water stored in the water storage bag ( 27 ) is called up and embedded in the salt container ( 7 b). To do this, the regeneration valve ( 30 ) is opened. The inflowing rain water volume displaces an equal amount of brine from the salt container ( 7 b) into the ion exchanger ( 7 a) and also a corresponding amount of water from the ion exchanger ( 7 a) is pressed into the storage container ( 11 '), causing this to be about half is filled.

During the exposure time of the brine in the ion exchanger ( 7 a), the displaced regeneration volume from the ion exchanger ( 7 a) is used to cool the condensation surface in the storage container ( 11 '). The storage container ( 11 ') is then emptied again and the amount of water flowing into the washing container ( 3 ) is pumped out. The respective emptying of the storage container ( 11 ') is, as already described, initiated by briefly introducing fresh water into the storage container ( 11 '), the liquid in the container rising to the level of the suction lifter or the safety overflow ( 24 ), so that then controlled by the suction lifter effect, the stored liquid completely flow out of the storage container ( 11 ') into the rinsing container ( 3 ) and can be pumped out from there.

Then, by opening the solenoid valve ( 26 ) arranged in the fresh water supply line ( 4 ), the program step RINSING the softener in the program section DRYING is activated. The amount of water passed through the softener collects in the empty reservoir ( 11 ') when the blower is not switched off and is used for the further condensation process. The flushing liquid preferably remains in the storage container ( 11 ') at the end of the washing program, so that no further components come into permanent contact with the chlorine-containing liquid. During the recirculation mode, the process air circulating is continuously removed from moisture, which condenses on the film (channel wall 16 ) of the storage container ( 11 ') filled with the cold fresh water. At the beginning of the next washing program, the rinsing process is then continued as usual and the pre-rinsing of the new washing program is then activated.

The drying result is further improved by the multiple filling (an additional 1.5 times) of the storage container ( 11 ') with non-discarded regeneration and rinsing water. The water consumption is not increased because the amounts of water described are necessary for the regeneration of the softener anyway.

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1. Program-controlled dishwasher with a device for drying dishes, the dishes being heated in the water-carrying rinses with circulating warm washing liquid in the washing container and in the DRYING section of the program when the washing liquid is pumped out, the moisture in the washing container and on the items to be washed is condensed in a closed circuit by means of a heat exchanger is characterized in that the device (10) has a program section DRYING with cold fresh water and / or with a used regenerant and Durchspülwasser the device's own softening device (7) filled reservoir (11) as a heat exchanger and a pro zessluft from the rinsing tank ( 3 ) when drying in a closed circuit leading air flow channel ( 12 ) with a circulating air blower ( 13 ) which is guided past the Vorratsbe container ( 11 ) outside, with at least one side wall ( 15 ) of the reservoir ( 11 ) is designed as a conduit surface forming the duct wall of the air flow duct ( 12 ).
2. Program-controlled dishwasher according to claim 1, characterized in that the storage container ( 11 ) is designed as a flat water or condensate pocket, where the side wall ( 15 ) of the storage container ( 11 ) provided as a condensation surface in the air flow channel ( 12 ) consists of a film .
3. Program-controlled dishwasher according to claim 2, characterized in that the film as a condensation surface ( 15 ) is preferably made of flexible plastic and is approximately 0.3 mm thick.
4. Program-controlled dishwasher according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the storage container ( 11 ) with the air flow channel ( 12 ) thermally insulated from the washing container ( 3 ) in the appliance housing between the washing container ( 3 ) and the outer housing wall ( 14 ) Dishwasher ( 1 ) is arranged.
5. Program-controlled dishwasher according to one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that the condensate surface of the storage container ( 11 ) in the air flow channel ( 12 ) is formed with a guide channel ( 17 ) for draining condensate, which opens into the washing container.
6. Program-controlled dishwasher according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the air flow channel ( 12 ) as a separate against the film of the reservoir container ( 11 ) supporting component with an upper suction opening ( 19 ) and a lower blow opening ( 20 ) is formed, wherein both openings ( 19 , 20 ) correspond to the interior of the washing compartment ( 3 ).
7. Program-controlled dishwasher according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that a circulating air blower ( 13 ) is arranged in the air flow channel ( 12 ) in the region of the lower blow-out opening ( 20 ).
8. Program-controlled dishwasher according to one of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that the circulating air blower ( 13 ) is preferably arranged in an assembly space accessible from the outside.
9. Program-controlled dishwasher according to one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that a labyrinth system ( 21 ) with a catch and discharge device ( 22 ) for condensed water is formed in the channel region of the circulating air blower ( 13 ).
10. Program-controlled dishwasher according to one of claims 1 to 9, characterized in that the storage container ( 11 ) is provided with a safety overflow ( 24 ) and with a fresh water channel ( 23 ) open to its interior with suction lifter ( 25 ), the suction lifter ( 25 ) in the amount of the safety overflow ( 24 ).
11. Program-controlled dishwasher according to one of claims 1 to 10, characterized in that the fresh water channel ( 23 ) on the side of the storage container ( 11 ) is led up and down again and ends at the bottom in the washing container ( 3 ).
12. Program-controlled dishwasher according to one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that the storage container ( 11 ) is selected in terms of volume so that several fillings of the storage container ( 11 ) are necessary for filling the washing container ( 3 ) with washing liquid.
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