EP2640231A1 - Bowl - Google Patents

Bowl

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EP2640231A1
EP2640231A1 EP11708677.7A EP11708677A EP2640231A1 EP 2640231 A1 EP2640231 A1 EP 2640231A1 EP 11708677 A EP11708677 A EP 11708677A EP 2640231 A1 EP2640231 A1 EP 2640231A1
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Prior art keywords
bowl
nubs
knobs
base
flat
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German (de)
French (fr)
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Jørgen BODUM
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Pi-Design AG
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Pi-Design AG
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47GHOUSEHOLD OR TABLE EQUIPMENT
    • A47G23/00Other table equipment
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47GHOUSEHOLD OR TABLE EQUIPMENT
    • A47G19/00Table service
    • A47G19/12Vessels or pots for table use
    • A47G19/14Coffee or tea pots
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47JKITCHEN EQUIPMENT; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; APPARATUS FOR MAKING BEVERAGES
    • A47J36/00Parts, details or accessories of cooking-vessels
    • A47J36/06Lids or covers for cooking-vessels
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47JKITCHEN EQUIPMENT; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; APPARATUS FOR MAKING BEVERAGES
    • A47J36/00Parts, details or accessories of cooking-vessels
    • A47J36/14Pouring-spouts, e.g. as parts separate from vessel
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47JKITCHEN EQUIPMENT; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; APPARATUS FOR MAKING BEVERAGES
    • A47J43/00Miscellaneous implements for preparing or holding food
    • A47J43/04Machines for domestic use not covered elsewhere, e.g. for grinding, mixing, stirring, kneading, emulsifying, whipping or beating foodstuffs, e.g. power-driven
    • A47J43/07Parts or details, e.g. mixing tools, whipping tools
    • A47J43/0727Mixing bowls
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47JKITCHEN EQUIPMENT; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; APPARATUS FOR MAKING BEVERAGES
    • A47J45/00Devices for fastening or gripping kitchen utensils or crockery
    • A47J45/06Handles for hollow-ware articles
    • A47J45/061Saucepan, frying-pan handles

Abstract

The invention relates to a bowl for mixing food. At least one group of at least three knobs (12; 12'; 12") is attached to the outside of the base (10) of said bowl. All the knobs of a group protrude outwards to a common plane so that the bowl can be placed onto an even surface (70) in an orientation that is inclined with respect to the direction of gravity in such a manner that said bowl lies on the even surface (70) with all the knobs (12; 12'; 12") of said group.

Description

 TITLE

bowl

TECHNICAL FIELD The present invention relates to a bowl for mixing food, e.g. for mixing dough, pudding etc.

PRIOR ART In the prior art, bowls for mixing food in various forms are well known. When mixing the foodstuffs, it may be advantageous for the user to keep the bowl in an oblique position or even to tilt it back and forth during mixing. Thereby, the agitation and stirring of a food in the bowl can be assisted.

1

 In order to enable such holding in an inclined position or a reciprocating of the bowl, it is known from the prior art to form a bowl with a curved bottom and to provide a stand on which the bowl rests with its curved bottom , Within certain limits, the bowl is arbitrarily pivotable relative to the stand. Such a bowl with stand is described, for example, in EP 0 384 197. However, such devices have the disadvantage that they consist of at least two separate parts.

It is also known to provide structures on the outside of bowls to allow for a support of an obliquely held bowl on a flat surface. In US 5,169,023, for example, two mutually parallel ribs are mounted on the outside of the bowl to allow guided rolling of the bowl on a work surface. US 5,423,452 describes a Bowl, which is stepped in the transition region between the bottom and side wall, whereby a holding of the bowl in an oblique position is possible. In these bowls, however, further tilting from its oblique position is prevented only in one direction of movement. There is a risk that the bowl unintentionally slides away or rolls off during mixing.

The bowls shown in GB 491.517 and US Pat. No. 2,121,165 each have one or more flat bearing surfaces in the region of their curved outer sides. This prevents unintentional sliding away of the bowl when it is held in an oblique orientation to the working surface so that it rests with one of the flat resting surfaces.

In US 1,394,540 a bowl is described, which in the transition region between a flat bottom and a circumferential side wall has a circumferential thickening in the form of a bead. In an upper region of the side wall, protruding tabs are also formed outwardly. The bowl can be placed laterally on a flat surface in an inclined orientation by resting on each with two adjacent noses and with the circumferential thickening on this. However, a resting of the bowl with the noses and the thickening on a flat surface is possible only at a predetermined inclination relative to the surface.

PRESENTATION OF THE INVENTION

It is an object of the present invention to provide a food mixing bowl which is adapted to rest in a sloped position on a flat surface, thereby preventing unintentional sliding away of the bowl from this position. This bowl should be as simple and inexpensive to produce. To solve this problem, a bowl is proposed, as indicated in claim 1. Advantageous embodiments of the invention are specified in the dependent claims. In the following, locations refer to above, below, above and below on a bowl, which stands on a flat surface with an upwardly facing discharge opening, with respect to the direction of gravity upright. The bowl has an interior which is accessible via the removal opening.

The present invention thus provides a bowl for mixing food. The bowl has a domed base with a convex outer surface. Preferably, this outer surface is substantially smooth. The term "smooth" is to be understood here in the mathematical sense, which means that the outer surface of the base except at its edge forms a continuously differentiable surface at each point, which in particular has no abrupt corners or edges a partial ellipsoid.

According to the invention, at least one group of at least three studs are formed on the outer surface of the base, each projecting outwardly all the way to a common plane, so that the bowl can be placed on a flat surface in an orientation inclined with respect to the direction of gravity with all nubs of this group rests on the flat surface. In other words, the free ends of the nubs of this group are all in a common plane.

The fact that the bowl with the projecting nubs of each group in a tilted orientation is deposited on a flat surface, the editing of the food received from the bowl for the user is greatly facilitated. For example, the user does not necessarily have to insert a stirrer from above into the bowl, but he can also feed it sideways under the bowl contents. A sliding away or rolling the bowl from this inclined position is prevented by the resting on the surface nubs.

A nub represents a pronounced, local elevation of a surface. The nub clearly stands out from the surface, from which it is peripherally encircled. In contrast to a web which has substantially larger dimensions in one direction than in a direction perpendicular thereto, a nub has similar dimensions in all directions perpendicular to its longitudinal axis. A knob can be a substantially cylindrical shape. However, it may, for example, also have the shape of a truncated cone, a hemispherical or a semispherical shape or have the shape of a straight prism, preferably with a base in the form of a regular polygon, for example a regular hexagon. The free end of the knob may form a flat surface or be curved.

The nubs preferably have a diameter which corresponds at most to the distance between each two adjacent nubs, preferably at most half the distance, often even only one-tenth to one fifth of the distance.

The groups of nubs are preferably each designed and arranged so that the bowl when it rests with the nubs of a group on a flat surface, is movable only by overcoming a certain tilting force in a different orientation with respect to the direction of gravity. It is preferred that the empty bowl is stably deposited in a tilted position on a flat surface, without having to be held by the user.

The bowl preferably has a plurality of nubs forming a plurality of groups of at least three nubs, the nubs of each group each projecting outwardly all the way to a common plane. These groups may overlap one another, ie have common nubs, but they may also be disjoint so that each group consists entirely of different nubs. Advantageously, the nubs are distributed uniformly over a large part of the outer surface of the base, in particular via a peripheral with respect to the Öffhungsrichtung the bowl portion of the base. The bowl thus has a variety of possibilities to rest in an inclined position with a group of nubs on a flat surface. It is possible that a central floor area is provided at the base, which has no nubs. The knobs may each have a rounded end towards the outside. Advantageously, however, each of the nubs of a common group has an end whose end face forms a flat, outwardly facing, preferably circular bearing surface. The bearing surfaces of all nubs of a group preferably form one in each case common level. The nubs of a group can thereby rest with their bearing surfaces all flat on a flat surface, thereby increasing the stability of the bowl in the inclined position. But it is also conceivable that the end faces of the knobs are indeed flat surfaces, but that these surfaces do not form a common plane, but enclose a certain angle to each other. It is important in this case only that the nubs of a group protrude to a common level, so that they can all rest on a flat surface. The nubs can also rest only in an edge region on the surface. Between the pimples of a group, which by definition all project up to a common plane, further pimples may be arranged, which do not belong to this group and which protrude less far than the pimples of the group in question. While these knobs are unnecessary to the operation of the present invention, they may be desirable for other reasons, such as to provide a more uniform appearance. In a preferred embodiment, the nubs of each group each extend parallel to each other from the outer surface of the base to the outside. The nubs of a group are usually designed differently long. The nubs of a common group thereby extend when resting on a flat surface all in a vertical direction relative to the surface. This has the consequence that the forces acting on the knobs forces are absorbed in an optimal way.

Advantageously, the bowl has a plurality of groups, each having the same number of nubs. Preferably, the nubs are arranged identically within each group.

The nubs of each group are advantageously arranged so that they together form a regular polygon. The nubs can each form the vertices of the polygon. Additional pimples may be distributed along the sides and / or over the surface of the polygon. However, an embodiment in which each group has exactly three nubs in each case is particularly preferred. Advantageously, the knobs are arranged in the form of an equilateral triangle. In a particularly preferred embodiment, the nubs are arranged such that they form the lattice points of a lattice of equilateral triangles. The bowl may be provided, in particular in the region of the base, at least partially with a plastic coating on which the knobs are integrally formed. The plastic coating may in particular be injection-molded onto the bowl or otherwise connected to the bowl. If such a plastic coating is present, it advantageously has a lower Shore A hardness than the base. In particular, the plastic coating may have a Shore A hardness of less than 70, but preferably less than 60, and more preferably about 50. Suitable materials include silicone rubber or thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) such as Santoprene ™ (a TPE on EPDM / polypropylene -Base). The nubs can then adapt better to the surface when resting, which in particular distributes the forces acting on the nubs more evenly over the various nubs of a group, and the outside of the base is so non-slip. The plastic coating may cover the entire outer surface of the bowl or be provided only in the area of the base. However, it can also be provided substantially only in the region of the base and extend at a certain point, in particular in the region of a handle, upward.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

Preferred embodiments of the invention will be described below with reference to the drawings, which are given by way of illustration only and are not to be interpreted as limiting. 1 shows a perspective view of a bowl according to the invention in accordance with a preferred first embodiment;

 Fig. 2 is a view of the bowl of Figure 1 from the side.

FIG. 3 is a bottom view of the bowl of FIG. 1; FIG.

Fig. 4 is a central sectional view on the plane IV-IV through the bowl of

 Fig. 1;

 Fig. 5 is a perspective view of lying obliquely on a surface

 Bowl of Fig. 1;

Fig. 6 is a partial sectional view of the bowl of Fig. 1; 7 shows a partial sectional view of a bowl according to the invention in accordance with a second embodiment;

 8 shows a partial sectional view of a bowl according to the invention in accordance with a third embodiment;

9 shows a perspective view of a bowl according to the invention in accordance with a fourth embodiment; such as

 10 shows a central sectional view through a bowl according to the invention in accordance with a fifth embodiment; such as

 Fig. 1 1 is a view of the bowl of Fig. 10 from the side.

DESCRIPTION OF PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

FIGS. 1 to 6 show an inventive bowl for mixing food according to a preferred, first embodiment.

The bowl has a base 10 with a domed, convex, smooth outer surface on which nubs 12 are formed. The base 10 may, as in the present embodiment, be formed substantially hemispherical. But there are also other forms of the base 10 conceivable. Thus, for example, it could also be designed only partially hemispherically or as an ellipsoid or partial ellipsoid. In its lowermost region, the base 10 has a central bottom region 13 (FIG. 3) without nubs, which is also arched outwards here. In contrast to the present embodiment, however, this floor area 13 could alternatively also be flat in order to serve as a standing surface of the bowl when it is placed upright on a surface 70. Towards the top, a circumferential, here cylindrical side wall 20 adjoins the base 10.

Base 10 and side wall 20 define with their inner surfaces together an inner space 30, which serves for receiving food, such as baked goods. The side wall 20 has an upper edge 21 which limits a removal opening of the bowl. Through this removal opening through the interior 30 is accessible. The bowl has a plurality of nubs 12 which are formed on the outer surface of the base 10. The knobs 12 are cylindrical in the present embodiment and have a diameter which is smaller by a factor of about three than the distance between each two adjacent knobs 12. The length of the studs 12, which here each perpendicular to the outer surface of the base 10 radially projecting outwards is slightly smaller than their diameter. The nubs 12 each have ends which have a flat outer surface. These outer surfaces of the nubs 12 each have in relation to the outer surface of the base 10 in the vertical direction outwards.

Each nub 12 each forms part of a group. A group of nubs 12 is characterized in that it has in each case at least three nubs 12, wherein all nubs 12 of a group in each case up to a common plane outwards. The bowl is thus, as shown in Figure 5, in an oblique position on a flat surface 70 abstellbar that it rests with all the nubs 12 of a group on this. The knobs need not necessarily rest with their entire face on the flat surface, but it is sufficient that the knobs rest as in the present example only with an edge region of its free end on the flat surface. The bowl can, but need not, additionally rest with a location on the surface 70, which is located between the nubs 12. The resting on the flat surface 70 nubs 12 prevent accidental sliding away or tilting of the bowl when it rests in this position on a surface 70.

In the present case exactly three nubs 12 form a common group. The nubs 12 of a group are each arranged so that they form the vertices of an equilateral triangle. However, other arrangements of the nubs 12 of a common group are conceivable. Thus, the nubs 12 of a group could be arranged in the form of any, in particular a regular polygon. The nubs 12 need not necessarily be positioned only at the vertices of the triangle or polygon, but could, for example, along the sides or regularly distributed over the surfaces of the triangle or polygon be arranged. The bowl can Of course, also have any combination of differently formed groups of nubs.

In the present case, the nubs 12 are circumferentially and regularly distributed over almost the entire outer surface of the base 10. The nubs 12 form a plurality of groups, each with three nubs 12, which are arranged in the form of an equilateral triangle. Only in the uppermost region of the base 10 and in the central floor area 13 no nubs 12 are present. The knobs 12 arranged around the bottom area 13, which together form a pentagon in the present case, can in particular serve to hold the bowl stably in its position when it rests in an upright position on a flat surface 70. Between the central floor area 13 and the uppermost area of the base 10, the knobs 12, as here, are preferably distributed regularly over the entire outer surface of the base 10. In the present embodiment, the nubs 12 are not only arranged in groups in the form of equilateral triangles, but they also form the lattice points of a grid of equilateral triangles. Due to this regular arrangement of the nubs 12, a single nub 12 can each form part of several, here of up to six groups. The various groups of pimples may thus overlap, as is the case here.

The nubs 12 may be integrally formed with the base 10 together. Preferably, however, the nubs 12, as can be seen, for example, in FIG. 4, are formed in one piece on a plastic coating 11. This plastic coating 11 may cover part or even the entire outer surface of the base 10. Advantageously, the plastic coating 11 is attached to the base 10 such that its outer side, as shown in Figure 4, is arranged flush with the rest of the outside of the bowl. In the present embodiment, the outside of the plastic coating 1 1 is arranged flush with the outside of the side wall 20. The plastic coating 11 may in particular be sprayed on the base 10, which is preferably made in one piece with the side wall 20 made of a plastic. Advantageously, the plastic coating 1 1 is made of a softer material compared to the base 10, that is, of a material having a lower Shore A value, for example of silicone rubber. Due to this softness of the plastic coating 1 1, the nubs 12 can better when resting adapt to the surface, whereby the forces are better distributed to the various nubs 12 of the corresponding group. In addition, the outside of the base is non-slip in this way. According to the embodiment shown in FIG. 7, the nubs 12 'do not necessarily have to have flat end surfaces, but may also be rounded at their outward-pointing free ends.

A particularly advantageous embodiment is shown in FIG. The nubs 12 "of a common group each extend outwards parallel to one another, with one group each having five nubs 12", of which more or less than five, but at least three, nubs 12 "per group are of course also provided In the present exemplary embodiment, the nubs 12 "of a common group are each of such different lengths that they terminate with their preferably flat outer surfaces on a common plane. Due to this particular configuration of the nubs 12 "within a group, the bowl can rest in an oblique position with all nubs 12" of one group on a flat surface 70 that all nubs 12 "perpendicular to the surface 70 and the outer surfaces of the Nubs 12 "flat on the surface 70 rest.

FIG. 9 shows a further embodiment of a bowl according to the invention. The bowl has here in the region of its side wall 20 in addition to a pourer 40 for pouring the bowl contents. The pourer 40 may, as here, be arranged within the side wall. But it is also conceivable to arrange the spout in the region of the upper edge 21 of the side wall 20. In addition, the interior 30 of the bowl in the present embodiment is closed at the top by a cover 60. The lid 60 has a handle 61. So that the cover 60 does not slip away from it in an inclined position of the bowl, it can in particular have a jacket which extends downwards and projects into the inner space 30 adjacent to the side wall 20. Furthermore, in this embodiment, a handle 50 is attached to the bowl, which facilitates the user handling the bowl. Of course, but pourer, handle and lid can also omitted. Even the side wall 20 can be completely eliminated to obtain a shallow bowl.

Yet another embodiment of a bowl according to the invention is shown in FIGS. 10 and 11. The bowl here has a pourer 40 'at the upper edge 21 of the side wall 20 and a diametrically opposite handle 50'. As can be seen in particular in Figure 11, the plastic coating 11 extends here in the region of the handle 50 'upwards and both over the bottom and on the top of the handle 50'. He can cover the handle completely or even partially. In a central region, the base 10 is designed flattened. The plastic coating 11 may also, as here, have in this flattened area a circular opening into which the base 10 may extend with a downwardly projecting portion. In the area around this circular opening, the plastic coating 11 is slightly thickened to form a support area for improved stability of the bowl in its upright position. The nubs 12 'are here only in the area attached to the plastic coating 1 1, where the base 10 is curved, and not in the area where it is flattened.

REFERENCE LIST Base 30 Interior Plastic coating 40, 40 'Pourer Nubs 50, 50' Handle Central base area 60 Lid Sidewall 61 Handle Upper edge 70 Surface

Claims

A food mixing bowl comprising a domed base (10) having a convex outer surface, characterized in that at least one group of at least three dimples (12; 12 '; 12 ") are formed on the outer surface, each of which is up to projecting outwardly towards a common plane, so that the bowl can be placed on a flat surface (70) in an orientation inclined with respect to the direction of gravity so as to be flush with all the pimples (12; 12 '; 12 ") of this group Surface (70) rests.
A bowl according to claim 1, wherein the group of nubs (12; 12 '; 12 ") is designed and arranged such that the bowl, when in contact with the nubs (12; 12'; 12") of this group, is planar Surface (70) rests, is movable only by overcoming a tilting force in a different orientation with respect to the direction of gravity.
3. Bowl according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the group of nubs (12; 12 ';
 12 ") is designed and arranged such that the empty bowl, when it rests with the knobs (12; 12 '; 12") of this group on a flat surface (70), stands stably on the surface.
A bowl according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the bowl comprises a plurality of nubs (12; 12 '; 12 ") forming a plurality of groups of at least three nubs, each nub of each group extending all the way up to project outwards in a common plane.
5. Bowl according to one of the preceding claims, wherein each of the nubs
(12, 12 ', 12 ") of a common group has an end which forms a flat, outwardly facing bearing surface, and wherein the bearing surfaces of all nubs (12, 12', 12") of a group extend in a common plane.
6. Bowl according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the nubs (12, 12 ', 12 ") of each group each extend parallel to each other from the outer surface of the base (10) outwardly.
7. Bowl according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the knobs (12;
 12 '; 12 ") are arranged so as to form the lattice points of a lattice of equilateral triangles.
8. Bowl according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the knobs (12;
 12 '; 12 ") of each group are arranged such that together they form a regular polygon.
9. Bowl according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the knobs (12;
 12 '; 12 ") are evenly distributed over at least a peripheral area of the outer surface of the base (10).
10. Bowl according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the knobs (12;
 12 '; 12 ") each have a cylindrical shape.
11. Bowl according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the knobs (12;
 12 '; 12 ") each have a diameter which is at most half the distance between in each case two adjacent knobs (12, 12 ', 12").
12. Bowl according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the bowl is provided at least in the region of the base (10) with a plastic coating (1 1) on which the knobs (12; 12 '; 12 ") are integrally formed.
13. Bowl according to claim 12, wherein the plastic coating (11) has a lower Shore A hardness than the main body.
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