ES2495491B1 - Improved surface for plate base - Google Patents

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ES2495491B1
ES2495491B1 ES201430365A ES201430365A ES2495491B1 ES 2495491 B1 ES2495491 B1 ES 2495491B1 ES 201430365 A ES201430365 A ES 201430365A ES 201430365 A ES201430365 A ES 201430365A ES 2495491 B1 ES2495491 B1 ES 2495491B1
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Carlos ALONSO PASCUAL
Carlos SAN JOSÉ FRUTOS
Brigitte SAUVEGE
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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D06TREATMENT OF TEXTILES OR THE LIKE; LAUNDERING; FLEXIBLE MATERIALS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • D06FLAUNDERING, DRYING, IRONING, PRESSING OR FOLDING TEXTILE ARTICLES
    • D06F75/00Hand irons
    • D06F75/38Sole plates
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D06TREATMENT OF TEXTILES OR THE LIKE; LAUNDERING; FLEXIBLE MATERIALS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • D06FLAUNDERING, DRYING, IRONING, PRESSING OR FOLDING TEXTILE ARTICLES
    • D06F75/00Hand irons
    • D06F75/08Hand irons internally heated by electricity
    • D06F75/10Hand irons internally heated by electricity with means for supplying steam to the article being ironed
    • D06F75/20Arrangements for discharging the steam to the article being ironed

Abstract

The present invention relates to an improved surface for the base of an iron, formed by a sole (1) with concave alveoli (2) inwardly, preferably in spherical caps, which are distributed along the surface of the sole (1) , which favors the sliding of the iron, optimizes the distribution of hot steam and improves its penetration into the fabric, while reducing the contact surface of the sole (1) with the material to be ironed in order to avoid the appearance of glitters on the latter.

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DESCRIPTION

Improved surface for iron base.

OBJECT OF THE INVENTION

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The present invention relates to an improved surface for the base of an iron.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

It is well known to use the irons as appliances that are used to smooth out the clothes, removing wrinkles and marks. The iron works using heat to relax the bonds between the molecules that form the fibers of the materials. Thanks to the heat and weight of the iron, the fibers stretch and the fabric retains its new shape when it cools. In order to improve the result in certain materials such as cotton, in addition to heat and weight, the additional use of water or water vapor is required to help loosen the intermolecular loops. To achieve the necessary heat, the iron has a heating resistance inside that usually works by electric current, and that is transmitted to the bottom surface or sole, which is the one that comes into contact with the material to be ironed, and that is flat . The air flow around a flat surface is laminar, layered and smooth, quickly separating from the surface. To improve the quality of ironing, 20 different types of surfaces have been investigated to try to optimize both the distribution of heat and water vapor used.

The invention presented here offers users the possibility of having an element with high performance in terms of functionality, combined with the possibility of providing said element with an attractive and customizable component in terms of aesthetics and operation. refer.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

The invention presented below consists of an improved surface for the base of an iron that optimizes the distribution of heat and water vapor. The surface is formed by a sole with concave alveoli inwards, preferably in spherical caps although they can have any other shape, lenticular, hexagonal imprint or icosahedron and is based on a texture similar to that of golf balls. The air flow around a surface with alveoli, similar to that of a golf ball, is turbulent and sticks to the surface. In the case of the iron, this optimizes the distribution of hot steam, improves its penetration into the tissues and facilitates the sliding of the iron. On the other hand, the group of cells reduces the contact surface of the sole with the ironing material.

The features and advantages of the invention can be seen more clearly from the following detailed description of a preferred embodiment, given only by way of illustrative and non-limiting example, with reference to the accompanying figures.

DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS OF THE INVENTION

To complement the description that is being made and in order to help a better understanding of the characteristics of the invention, according to a preferred example of practical realization thereof, a set of said description is attached as an integral part of said description. Drawings where, for illustrative and non-limiting purposes, the following has been represented:

Figure 1.- Shows the cut of a side view of the surface and the arrangement of alveoli.

Figure 2.- Shows a first version of a surface and the distribution of alveoli in it. fifty

Figure 3.- Shows a second version of a surface and the distribution of alveoli in it.

Figure 4.- Shows a third version of a surface and the distribution of alveoli in it.

Figure 5.- Shows a fourth version of a surface and the distribution of alveoli in it.

PRACTICAL RELATIONS OF THE INVENTION

The detailed description of a preferred embodiment of the invention will be carried out in the following with the help of the attached drawings, through which the same numerical references are used to designate the same or similar parts, and have take into account the explained explanation of the invention.

Figure 1 shows the cut of a side view of the surface and the arrangement of the alveoli (2) therein located on the sole (1), applicable in all the preferred cases that follow. 10

FIRST PREFERRED REALIZATION

In the first preferred embodiment, Figure 2 shows a first version of a surface 15 and the distribution of alveoli (2) therein. In the sole (1) are distributed both sockets (2) and holes (3) for steam output. The first proposal presents alveoli (2) preferably with a spherical cap over the entire surface of the sole (1) of the steam iron. With this, it is possible to facilitate the penetration of the steam in the ironing garments, since the alveoli (2) favor a turbulent behavior of the layer of air loaded with water vapor that 20 is in contact with the surface of the sole (1) while it travels through the tissue. This behavior favors that the steam circulates through the tissue, moistening it completely and allowing greater effectiveness in the elimination of wrinkles. The sliding is also facilitated, since the turbulence created by the alveoli sucks the air loaded with water vapor, which remains close to the surface of the sole. This suction effect favors the sliding of the iron. In addition, the appearance of glare is avoided during the ironing of delicate garments, particularly dark or black, thanks to the reduction of the contact surface between the sole (1) and the fabric. This reduction will depend on the number of alveoli (2) and their size.

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SECOND PREFERENTIAL REALIZATION

In the second preferred embodiment, Figure 3 shows a second version of a surface and the distribution of alveoli (2) therein. This preferential embodiment limits the turbulent behavior to the central area of the ironing sole (1), while in the perimeter a laminar behavior of the air flow is proposed, by means of the distribution of the alveoli (2) in the central area of the sole (1). In this way the turbulent zone is enclosed in a laminar flow, which increases its efficiency. Likewise, a smooth perimeter without alveoli (2) favors a final finish of perfectly smooth and wrinkle-free garments. In this preferred embodiment, the steam outlet orifices (3) are independent of the socket area (2).

THIRD PREFERENTIAL REALIZATION

In the third preferred embodiment, Figure 4 shows a third version of a surface and the distribution of alveoli (2) therein. This preferred embodiment divides the ironing surface into two functional areas, a front area provided with holes (3) of steam outlets, where the garments are moistened to relax the tissues and facilitate ironing and a rear area without holes (3) of steam outlet that has a socket finish (2)

to favor the turbulent behavior of the air, in order to eliminate excess moisture and obtain a wrinkle-free finish and a smoother glide.

FOURTH PREFERRED REALIZATION 5

In the fourth preferred embodiment, Figure 5 shows a fourth version of a surface and the distribution of alveoli (2) therein. This preferred embodiment is a variant of the second preferred embodiment, which has cells (2) in the central area of the ironing sole. The most important difference is that in this case the texture of 10 cells (2) is incorporated into a piece (4) independent of the rest of the sole (1) in order to allow this piece (4) to be executed in a different material or with another surface finish, possibly facilitating the manufacture of the piece (4) with alveoli (2) allowing the customization of this piece (4) by incorporating different diameters of alveoli (2) or different compositions of the weft alveoli (2). fifteen

It should be understood that the invention has been described according to preferred embodiments thereof, so it may be susceptible to modifications, provided that this does not imply any alteration of the basis of said invention, such modifications may affect the shape, size or materials of manufacturing.

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Claims (5)



  1. 1. Improved surface for plate base characterized in that it consists of a surface formed by a sole (1) with concave alveoli (2) inwards, preferably in spherical caps.
  2. 2. Improved surface for the plate base, according to claim one, characterized in that, in a first preferred embodiment, it has alveoli (2) preferably with a spherical cap on the entire surface of the sole (1).
  3. 3. Improved surface for plate base, according to claim one, characterized in that, in a second preferred embodiment, the cells (2) are distributed in the central area of the sole (1), with a smooth perimeter around it. 10
  4. 4. Improved surface for ironing base, according to claim one, characterized in that, in a third preferred embodiment, the ironing surface is divided into two functional areas, a front area provided with holes (3) of steam outlets and a rear area with alveoli (2) and without steam outlet holes (3).
  5. 5. Improved surface for plate base, according to claim one, characterized in that, in a fourth preferred embodiment, it has cells (2) in the central area of the ironing sole, the texture of cells (2) being in one piece ( 4) independent of the rest of the sole (1).
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