FR3036121A1 - Ironing electric household appliance comprising an iron and a base comprising a location for placing the iron - Google Patents

Ironing electric household appliance comprising an iron and a base comprising a location for placing the iron Download PDF

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FR3036121A1
FR3036121A1 FR1554285A FR1554285A FR3036121A1 FR 3036121 A1 FR3036121 A1 FR 3036121A1 FR 1554285 A FR1554285 A FR 1554285A FR 1554285 A FR1554285 A FR 1554285A FR 3036121 A1 FR3036121 A1 FR 3036121A1
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Stephanie Lemaire
Antony Masson
Guy Ducruet
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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
    • D06F75/34Handles; Handle mountings
    • 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
    • D06F75/12Hand irons internally heated by electricity with means for supplying steam to the article being ironed the steam being produced from water supplied to the iron from an external source
    • 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
    • D06F75/40Stands or supports attached to the iron

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Domestic ironing appliance comprising an iron (1) comprising a sole (10) and a heating base (2) connected to the iron (1) by a cord (3), the base (2) comprising a location (24). ) to put the iron (1) in a rest position in which the sole (10) of the iron (1) rests on said location (24), the iron (1) having a handle (12) gripper disposed cantilever with respect to the sole (10), the handle (12) having a front end attached to a body (11) surmounting the sole (10) and a free rear end, characterized in that in the rest position, the handle (12) has a support zone (12A) which rests against the base (2) and in that the base (2) has a shape such that it comes under the handle ( 12), between the support zone and the body (11), a space allowing the passage of the fingers of the hand to grip the iron (1) by its handle e (12).

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The present invention relates to an ironing domestic appliance comprising an iron comprising a heating soleplate and a base connected to the ironing board, and an ironing appliance comprising an ironing board and a baseplate connected to the ironing board. iron with a cord, the base including a location for placing the iron in a rest position in which the sole rests on the location, and relates more particularly to an apparatus in which the iron has a handle gripping member disposed cantilever relative to the sole, the gripping handle having a front end attached to the body and a free rear end. It is known, from the patent application FR 2 929 298, an ironing apparatus comprising an iron with a heating soleplate and a base connected to the iron by a cord, the iron having a gripping handle disposed cantilevered with respect to sole. In this document, the iron can be stored in a location of the base including a fingerprint matching the shape of the handle. Such a construction has the advantage of ensuring a perfect holding of the iron in the location, the footprint in which is engaged the handle preventing in particular that the iron does not tilt around the rear edge of the sole when the weight of the cord pulls down on the rear end of the handle. However, in this device, the user can not easily grasp the iron when it is placed on the location because only the domed top of the iron is accessible to the user so that the user does not can not grab the iron by its handle, but only by the connecting cord. Such a location, used to store the iron at the end of the ironing session, can not be used by the user to temporarily put the iron during an ironing session, because of the 3036121 2 too bad ergonomics of use provided. The user will therefore be forced to rest the iron on the ironing board with a significant risk that it will fall off the ironing board and deteriorate under the effect of the traction exerted by the weight of the cord on. the rear end of the cantilever handle, such traction tending to tilt the iron to the back. Also, an object of the present invention is to overcome these disadvantages by providing an ironing apparatus with improved ergonomics in which the iron, provided with its cantilever handle, can be placed stably on a 10 location of the base and can also be easily extracted. To this end, the subject of the invention is an ironing appliance comprising an iron comprising a heating soleplate and a base connected to the iron by a cord, the base comprising a location for placing the iron in a position resting in which the sole of the iron to iron rests on said location, the iron having a gripping handle disposed cantilever relative to the sole, the handle having a front end attached to a body surmounting the sole and a free rear end, characterized in that, in the rest position, the handle comprises a bearing zone which rests against the base and in that the base has a shape such that it results under the handle, between the support zone and the body, a space allowing the passage of the fingers of the hand to grasp the iron by its handle. Such a characteristic makes it possible to offer very good ergonomics of use by allowing both a stable rest of the iron on the site, thanks to the support of the handle on the base preventing the tilting of the iron. towards the rear, and easy gripping of the iron by its handle thanks to the free space disposed under the handle that allows the user to grasp the handle full hand. According to another characteristic of the apparatus according to the invention, the bearing zone 30 is disposed at the rear end of the handle. Such a characteristic makes it possible to optimize the stability of the iron on the site and to improve the usability of the appliance by maximizing the free space available under the handle for gripping the iron. According to another characteristic of the invention, the location has a concave shape.

Such a location has the advantage of having a recessed shape that helps guide the iron to the location to automatically ensure its proper positioning. According to yet another feature of the invention, the location comprises an anterior plane receiving the soleplate of the iron and a posterior plane on which the support zone of the handle comes to rest when the iron is in the position of rest, the anterior and posterior planes having distinct inclinations and joining at a middle portion of the base. Such a location with V-shaped planes has the advantage of allowing the positioning of the iron on the base with the sole slightly inclined, such inclination corresponding to the natural inclination given to the iron by hand of the user when he raises the iron for his movement. According to another characteristic of the invention, the front plane comprises protruding pads for thermally insulating the base of the sole of the iron to be ironed. Such a technical feature also has the advantage of providing a softer contact of the sole on the previous plane. According to another characteristic of the invention, the base comprises a peripheral wall which laterally borders the location at the middle part of the base. Such a feature provides a cup-shaped location whose peripheral wall helps guide the iron to the rest position. According to another characteristic of the invention, the front plane of the location 30 has, with respect to a lower plane of the base intended to rest on a horizontal plane, an inclination of between 45 ° and 10 ° and preferably 3036121 4 the order of 28 °, the posterior plane having, with respect to the lower plane, an inclination of between 0 ° and 15 ° and preferably of the order of 6 °. According to yet another characteristic of the invention, the base comprises means for immobilizing the iron on the base comprising a fixed locking element co-operating with the rear end of the handle and a movable locking element taking bearing on a part of the body located opposite the handle, the locking element being rotatable between a folded position in which the iron can be extracted from the base and an immobilization position in which the iron ironing is immobilized on the site.

Such locking means immobilize the iron on the site to allow the transport of the entire apparatus by grasping the handle of the iron. According to another characteristic of the invention, the fixed locking element is constituted by a crosspiece under which engages the rear end of the handle. Such a technical solution has the advantage of being simple and economical to implement while providing good ergonomics of use when placing or removing the iron on the site. According to another characteristic of the invention, the sole comprises a planar ironing surface, the bearing zone consisting of a flat posterior surface disposed at the rear end of the handle, the posterior surface of the handle forming an angle obtuse with the plane of the ironing surface of the sole. According to another characteristic of the invention, the angle a is between 130 ° and 160 °, and is preferably of the order of 145 °. According to another characteristic of the invention, the inclination of the flat posterior surface is adapted so that the posterior surface rests flat on the posterior plane when the iron is in the rest position. Such a characteristic has the advantage of optimizing the stability of the iron to be ironed in the rest position. According to another characteristic of the invention, the cord encloses an electric cable and / or a conduit for the transport of a fluid. According to another characteristic of the invention, the base comprises a water tank and a pump, the tank supplying water a vaporization chamber disposed in the iron.

According to another characteristic of the invention, the base comprises a groove extending around the periphery of the base and allowing the winding of the cord for its storage. According to another characteristic of the invention, the cord exits the iron through an opening on an upper surface of the handle, the opening 10 being advantageously arranged near the rear end of the handle. Such a characteristic makes it possible to have a cord that extends upward at the outlet of the handle so that the cord does not prevent the rear end of the handle from coming to rest on an ironing board when the iron ironing is placed directly on the latter.

According to another characteristic of the invention, the iron has, at the opening, a cord guide device giving a preferential orientation to the cord at the outlet of the handle. According to another characteristic of the invention, the cord guide device holds the cord inclined towards the rear end of the handle so that the cord forms an angle of between 15 ° and 75 °, and preferably of the order of 45 °, relative to the normal to the upper surface of the handle at the edge of the opening. According to another characteristic of the invention, the sole has a pointed front end and a rounded rear end of greater width.

According to another characteristic of the invention, the sole has a length of less than 15 cm and a width of less than 10 cm. Such a characteristic makes it possible to ensure great maneuverability to the iron during ironing work due to the reduced dimensions of the soleplate.

The aims, aspects and advantages of the present invention will be better understood from the description given below of a particular embodiment of the invention presented by way of non-limiting example, with reference to the following: attached drawings in which: Figures 1 and 2 are perspective views of an ironing apparatus 5 according to a particular embodiment of the invention when the blocking bar is respectively in the immobilization position of the iron and in position folded; Figure 3 is a perspective view of the apparatus of Figure 1 with the iron raised from the base; Figure 4 is a perspective view of the iron shown alone; Figure 5 is a side view of the iron of Figure 4; Figure 6 is a side view of the apparatus of Figure 1. Only the elements necessary for the understanding of the invention have been shown. To facilitate the reading of the drawings the same elements bear the same references from one figure to another. Figures 1 to 3 and 6 show an ironing apparatus conventionally comprising an iron 1 and a portable base 2 connected by a cord 3 to the iron 1, the base 2 having a removable tank 20 and containing a pump 21, illustrated schematically in dashed lines in FIG. 6, which draws water into the reservoir 20 to send it to the iron 1 through a pipe integrated in the cord 3. According to these figures, the base 2 comprises a lower plane 22 intended to rest flat on a horizontal surface, such as an ironing board and comprises, at the edge of the lower plane 22, a peripheral groove 23 25 for winding the cord 3 on the periphery of the base 2 for its storage . The base 2 also comprises an electric cable, not visible in the figures, allowing the connection of the base 2 to the domestic electrical network, the base 2 comprising a cavity 26 opening on the two lateral faces of the base 2 in which the cable can be inserted for storage.

According to FIG. 4, the iron 1 comprises a flat sole 10 surmounted by a body 11 and comprises a handle 12 having a front end attached to the body 11 and a free rear end projecting laterally to the body 11. The handle 12 is arranged cantilevered with respect to the soleplate 10 and has a length of the order of 12 cm, the body 11 and the handle 12 preferably being made in a one-piece plastic part, obtained by molding. The body 11 contains, in a manner known per se, a foundry, not visible in the figures, which is in thermal contact with the soleplate 10 and which comprises a controlled heating resistor by means of a non-adjustable thermostat making it possible to maintain the temperature of the sole 10 around a set temperature of the order of 135 ° C. The foundry is advantageously made of aluminum and it comprises an instantaneous vaporization chamber in which water from the tank 20 is injected by the pump 21, the operation of the pump 21 being controlled by a trigger 13 disposed under the end The pump 21 and the vaporization chamber are advantageously dimensioned to allow the production of a steam flow rate of the order of 25 gr / min continuously when the trigger 13 is actuated.

The steam produced by the vaporization chamber is diffused by steam outlet holes 14 opening into two grooves arranged in a V and arranged on a flat ironing surface of the soleplate 10. The soleplate 10 is advantageously made of stainless steel and comprises a pointed front end 10A disposed opposite the handle 12 and a rounded rear end 10B having a larger width. Advantageously, the sole 10 has a length of less than 15 cm, and preferably of the order of 14 cm, and a width of less than 10 cm and preferably of the order of 8 cm, in order to provide great maneuverability to the iron. to iron 1.

According to FIGS. 3 and 6, the base 2 has at its upper end a concave position 24 on which the iron 1 can be placed in a rest position during the inactive ironing phases or when the iron is ironed. when storing the iron 1. This location 24 comprises a V-shaped bottom including a front plane 24A and a rear plane 24B of distinct inclination substantially in the middle of the base 2, the front plane 24A being intended for 5 receive the sole 10 of the iron 1 and the rear plane 24B is intended to receive the rear end of the handle 12 when the iron 1 is in the rest position. Preferably, the front plane 24A comprises skids 25 projecting made of thermally insulating material on which the sole 10 of the iron 1 comes to rest when the latter occupies the rest position. The rear end of the handle 12 has a beveled shape comprising a flat rear surface 12A having an inclination adapted to rest flat against the posterior plane 24B when the sole 10 rests against the front plane 24A.

By way of example, the front 24A and rear 24B planes are respectively inclined by about 28 ° and of the order of 6 ° relative to the lower plane 22 of the base 2, the rear surface 12A of the handle 12 forming a V with the plane of the soleplate 10 having an obtuse angle α of the order of 145 °, illustrated in FIG.

The location 24 also includes a peripheral wall 24C which extends in height at the edge of the rear end of the posterior plane 24B as well as along the sides of the posterior planes 24B and anterior 24A. This peripheral wall 24C laterally guides the sole plate 10 of the iron 1 to the location 24 and constitutes an obstacle against which the rear end of the handle 12 abuts when the iron 1 is placed in the rest position on the iron. 24. Preferably, the peripheral wall 24C comprises, at the rear end of the base 2, a cross member 27 extending above the rear plane 24B, the rear end of the handle 12 coming from 30 engage under the crossbar 27 when the iron 1 is placed in the rest position on the location 24.

According to FIGS. 1 and 2, the front end of the base 2 is advantageously provided with a pivoting bar 28 pivotally mounted on the edge of the front plane 24A and disposed near the front end of the location 24, the arch 28 advantageously having a triangular shape. The arch 28 can pivot between a folded position, illustrated in Figures 2 and 3, wherein the arch 28 is disposed parallel to the front plane 24A, at the edge of the slot 24, and a locking position of the iron to iron 1, illustrated in Figures 1 and 6, wherein the arch 28 bears 10 against the body 11 of the iron 1, above the front tip of the sole 10. In a manner known per se, the base 2 contains return means, not visible in the figures, exerting on the arch 28 a return torque whose direction reverses when passing from an intermediate position between the folded position and the immobilization position, the couple restoring the arch 28 to the folded position when the latter is in the vicinity of the folded position and bringing the arch 28 to the immobilization position when the latter is in the vicinity of the immobilization position. Such return means are illustrated in more detail in the patent application FR 14 52469 20 filed by the applicant. According to FIG. 5, the cord 3 leaves the iron 1 through an opening 15 formed on an upper surface of the handle 12, the opening 15 being preferably arranged slightly set back from the rear end of the handle 12, by example at a distance of the order of 1 to 2 cm. The opening 15 advantageously receives a cord guide device 4 which wraps the cord 3 and maintains the latter in a predetermined direction. In the particular exemplary embodiment illustrated, the cord guide device is constituted by a reinforcing sheath 4 of elastomer which holds the bead 3 inclined towards the rear of the handle 12, with an inclination of the order of 45.degree. compared to the horizontal when the iron 1 lies flat on the surface of 3 0 3 6 1 2 1 10 ironing of the sole 10. The ironing apparatus thus produced has the advantage of providing a very good ergonomics of 'use. Indeed, the user can easily arrange the iron 1 in the rest position on the location 24 of the base 2 by bringing the beveled rear end of the handle 12 against the posterior plane 24B, and then by sliding the iron 1 to the rear of the base 2 so that the rear end of the handle 12 engages under the crossbar 27 and abuts against the peripheral wall 24C. The user can then release the iron to iron 1, or accompany it with a movement of the hand, so that it pivots forward, under the effect of its weight, and that the sole 10 comes to rest on the pads of the front plane 24A, the portion of the peripheral wall 24C extending on the sides of the base 2 then helping to guide laterally the sole 10 on the front plane 24A.

When the iron 1 is in the rest position on the base 2, as is illustrated in Figures 1 and 2, the iron 1 rests stably on the base 2, without risk of tilting backwards, because of the fulcrum obtained at the rear end of the handle 12. In addition, it then results in a void space under the handle 12 allowing the user to easily grasp the handle 12 fully by sliding the fingers of the hand in this space. The user can thus easily catch the iron 1 by its handle 12 and can therefore use the location 24 of the base 2 to regularly apply the iron 1 during inactive ironing phases, these phases occurring regularly during an ironing session when the user modifies the positioning of the garment to be ironed or changes the garment to iron. Such a device also has the advantage of having an iron 1 whose stability is improved when the user decides to put the iron 1 outside the base 2, for example directly on an ironing board, limiting the risk of falling. Indeed, the output of the cord 3 on the upper surface of the handle 12 allows 3036121 11 to release the rear end of the handle 12 which can come and rest directly on a horizontal plane H of ironing board, as is illustrated in Figure 5, when the iron 1 tilts around the rear edge of the sole 10 under the effect of the traction exerted by the weight of the cord 3. Or, the inclination of the rear surface 12A of the handle 12 allows the latter to rest substantially flat on the horizontal plane H, which improves the stability of the iron 1 in this position by providing a stable support on the ironing board. Finally, the apparatus thus produced has the advantage of allowing the attachment of the iron 10 to iron 1 to the base 2 for its storage and the transport of the whole of the apparatus by the handle 12 of the iron 1. Indeed, the iron 1 can be easily immobilized in the rest position on the base 2 by tilting the roll bar 28 from the folded position, illustrated in Figure 2, to the immobilization position, illustrated in FIG. 1, 15 in which the arch 28 bears against the body 11 of the iron 1. In this immobilization position, the return means of the arch 28 exert a force which tends to push the iron 1 towards the rear of the base 2 so that the rear end of the iron 1 is immobilized by the engagement of the handle 12 under the crossbar 27 while the front end of the iron 1 is immobilized by the bow 28. Of course, the invention is not t limited to the embodiment described and illustrated which has been given only as an example. Modifications are possible, particularly from the point of view of the constitution of the various elements or by substitution of technical equivalents, without departing from the scope of protection of the invention. Thus, in an embodiment variant not shown, the base may include a vessel for the generation of steam under pressure and the cord comprise a conduit for the transport of steam to the iron.

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  1. REVENDICATIONS1. Domestic ironing appliance comprising an iron (1) comprising a sole (10) and a heating base (2) connected to the iron (1) by a cord (3), the base (2) comprising a location (24). ) to put the iron (1) in a rest position in which the sole (10) of the iron (1) rests on said location (24), the iron (1) having a handle (12) gripper disposed cantilever with respect to the sole (10), the handle (12) having a front end attached to a body (11) surmounting the sole (10) and a free rear end, characterized in that in the rest position, the handle (12) has a support zone (12A) which rests against the base (2) and in that the base (2) has a shape such that it comes under the handle ( 12), between the support zone (12A) and the body (11), a space allowing the passage of the fingers of the hand to grip the iron (1) by its p oignée (12).
  2. 2) Domestic appliance according to claim 1, characterized in that the bearing zone (12A) is disposed at the rear end of the handle (12).
  3. 3) Appliance according to any one of claims 1 to 2, characterized in that the location (24) has a concave shape.
  4. 4) Domestic appliance according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the location (24) comprises an anterior plane (24A) receiving the sole (10) of the iron 1 and a posterior plane (24B) on which the support zone (12A) of the handle 12 comes to rest when the iron (1) is in the rest position, and in that the front (24A) and rear (24B) planes have distinct inclinations and meet at a median part of the base (2).
  5. 5) Domestic ironing appliance according to claim 4, characterized in that the base (2) comprises a peripheral wall (24C) which laterally borders the location (24) at the middle portion of the base (2).
  6. 6) Appliance according to any one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the base (2) comprises means for immobilizing the iron (1) on the base (2) having a fixed locking element (2). 27) 3 03 6 1 2 1 13 cooperating with the rear end of the handle (12) and a locking element (28) movable bearing on a portion of the body (11) located opposite the handle (12), the locking element (28) being rotatable between a folded position in which the iron (1) can be extracted from the base (2) and an immobilization position in which the iron ironing (1) is immobilized on the location (24).
  7. 7) Domestic appliance according to claim 6, characterized in that the fixed locking element is constituted by a cross member (27) under which is engaged the rear end of the handle (12). 10
  8. 8) Appliance according to any one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the sole (10) comprises a flat ironing surface and in that the bearing zone (12A) is constituted by a flat rear surface disposed at the rear end of the handle (12), the rear surface (12A) of the handle forming an obtuse angle with the plane of the ironing surface of the sole (10).
  9. 9) Appliance according to any one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that the cord (3) encloses an electric cable and / or a conduit for the transport of a fluid.
  10. 10) Appliance according to claim 9, characterized in that the cord (3) leaves the iron (1) through an opening on an upper surface of the handle (12), said opening being advantageously arranged near the the rear end of the handle (12).
  11. 11) Appliance according to claim 10, characterized in that, the iron (1) comprises, at the opening, a cord guide device (4) giving a preferential orientation to the cord (3) at the exit of the handle (12).
  12. 12) Appliance according to any one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that the sole (10) has a pointed front end and a rounded rear end of greater width. 30
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EP16726364.9A EP3294946A1 (en) 2015-05-13 2016-05-12 Household electrical ironing apparatus comprising an iron and a base comprising a receptacle for placing the iron in
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KR1020177035448A KR20180008552A (en) 2015-05-13 2016-05-12 An ironing appliance comprising a base including an iron and a receptacle for placing the iron
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