Description: BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a stainless steel barbecue set that can be folded compactly, is convenient to carry, and can use a charcoal fire or a gas stove as a fuel. An object of the present invention is to provide a side plate mounting structure that can easily be replenished and a leg mounting structure for supporting the barbecue set. 2. Description of the Related Art This kind of prior art is disclosed in
No. 46, JP-A-11-253324, JP-A-2001
This will be described with reference to No. 41455. First, in FIGS. 7 and 8, reference numeral 21 denotes a barbecue stove. The barbecue stove 21 is a foldable stove as shown in FIG. 7, and has a leg 22 (naturally foldable). Reference numeral 23 denotes a storage container main body, 24 denotes a lid, and when the opening of the storage container main body 23 is covered with the lid 24, a set or most of barbecue sets can be stored therein. When the lid 24 is opened, FIG. It also becomes a table on which ingredients are placed as shown. 2
Reference numeral 5 denotes a rostrum on which a fuel such as charcoal is loaded, reference numeral 26 denotes an iron plate for cooking grilled meat and the like, reference numeral 27 denotes a wire mesh used in place of the iron plate 26, that is, the wire mesh 27 and the iron plate 26 are selected and used depending on the food to be cooked. The installation places of the iron plate 26 and the wire mesh 27 are suspended by a support portion 29 formed by a grip portion 28. This suspended position is moved up and down in relation to the charcoal fire on the roastle 25. Reference numeral 30 denotes a slit provided in the storage container main body 23, reference numeral 31 denotes a slit formed in the rostr 25,
The slits 30 and 31 substantially coincide with each other when the rostre 25 is installed in the storage container main body 23, and serve as air intakes required for charcoal combustion. Reference numeral 32 denotes a hole provided at the bottom of the roaster 25. This hole 32 is used to drop ash to the storage container main body 23 when the charcoal fire becomes ash.  Barbecue stove 2 having such a configuration
When a barbecue is performed using the device 1, as shown in FIG. 8, the lid 24 is opened, the legs 22 are erected, the rostor 25 is set in the storage container main body 23, and the iron plate 26 is suspended from the support portion 29. It is. On the other hand, when the barbecue stove 21 is to be cleared, as shown in FIG.
The lid 24 is closed and the leg 22 is folded as shown in the figure. Next, JP-A-11-253324 will be described with reference to FIGS. Numeral 34 denotes a stove body, and the stove body 34 includes a front container 35 and a rear container 36 as shown in FIG.
Open in a V-shape as shown in FIG.
8 and the legs 39 were opened to make a barbecue set. A charcoal is put on the roastle 37 and used as a heat source. In this case, the amount of air required by the charcoal
4 is sufficiently supplied from the opening 40 formed on the left and right sides. However, since this opening 40 is always open, it is easily understood that it is difficult to use a gas stove as a heat source. Then, when the stove body is to be cleared, as shown in FIG.
36 is folded and the leg 39 is further rotated. When barbecue is performed using a barbecue set having such a configuration, the front and rear containers 35 and 36 are opened as shown in FIG. 10, and a rostelle 37 and an iron plate 38 are installed. Then, cooking of the ingredients is performed. The ash is collected at the lowermost part of the front and rear containers 35 and 36. Next, another conventional example will be described with reference to FIGS. 11 to 12 using JP-A-2001-41455. Reference numeral 41 denotes a bottom plate, and a rising wall 41a is provided around the bottom plate 41. Reference numeral 42 denotes a side plate main body rotatably provided on two opposing sides of the rising wall 41a. The side plate main body 42 is a support plate 43 that allows the insertion / removal side plate 48 to be inserted and removed. 44 and the like. Of course, a hole 45a is provided in the roast 45 and a hole 41b is provided in the bottom plate 41, and serves as an air intake for the charcoal put on the roast 45. The side plate main body 42 has a leg 42a integrally. In other words, the leg portion 42a can be formed only at a height of, for example, about 5 to 10 cm. This is because if the leg 42a is lengthened, there is a problem that the length (height) of the leg 42a increases the outer dimensions when the stove body is folded, which will be described later. Reference numeral 46 denotes a support plate provided on the side plate main body 42. The support plate 46 accommodates the insertion / removal side plate 48 when the stove body is folded. An L-shaped surrounding plate 47 is provided. FIG. 1 shows a state in which the stove body having such a configuration is used.
The state shown in FIG. 2 is shown in FIG. 12 (however, the grill is omitted). That is, when the stove is folded, the insertion / removal side plate 48 is removed and the side plate body 42 is rotated so as to overlap the bottom plate 41, and the insertion / removal is first removed to the L-shaped surrounding plate 49 of the support plate (not shown). The side plate 48 is held.  The barbecue set described in the conventional example having such a configuration has the following problems. In Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 11-70046, a box-shaped rostral having substantially the same shape as the storage container body is housed in a peripheral rising wall of the storage container body, and an iron plate or a wire net is provided on a holding portion of the box-shaped rostor. Because it was a barbecue stove that was suspended from the unit, it was not possible to replenish charcoal until the iron plate or wire mesh had to be moved. In addition, the air intake of charcoal fire has a problem that the air amount cannot be adjusted well because it is limited to the amount of air that enters through the slit provided in the storage container main body, and it is difficult to use the gas-cooled furnace together. Furthermore, since the legs supporting the barbecue stove are pivotally attached to the container at a single point, when a great deal of force is applied to the storage container body, the force concentrates on the pivot, and the pivot cannot be withstand that force. However, there was a problem that the shape was deformed and a sense of stability could not be obtained. Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 11-253324 discloses a barbecue stove having a structure in which a front container and a rear container are opened in a V-shape, ash is stored under the container, and an iron plate or the like is suspended above the front and rear containers. Although the openings on both sides are the inlets for charcoal supply, when a gas-con furnace is used instead of charcoal, there is a problem that the wind entering from the openings on both sides becomes an obstacle, and the front and rear containers and legs Since the connection was only at the swing limiter, there was a problem that when a large force was applied to the iron plate, etc., the swing limiter, which became the leg attachment part, could not withstand the force and deformed, and a sense of stability could not be obtained. Atsuta. The barbecue set shown in this example in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2001-41455 has a leg portion which is formed integrally with a side plate main body provided on a bottom plate and at one end thereof, so that the length of the leg portion can be reduced. The structure is such that the outer shape becomes larger. In addition, since the insertion and removal side plate adopts a method of inserting it into the groove made by the side plate support plate and the cover plate, when refilling charcoal, it is necessary to pull out the insertion and removal side plate each time and refill it after refilling it. there were.  The present invention has been made to solve the above-mentioned problems. That is, a box-shaped container having a rising wall, a lid plate / side plate rotatably attached to the rising wall opposite to the container, a side plate suspended on the lid plate / side plate, and the box-shaped container. Since it is a foldable barbecue set composed of legs attached to the lid plate and side plate and a roster and an iron plate, it can be used according to the heat source, regardless of whether it is a charcoal fire or a gas stove. Also, the mounting strength of the legs can be sufficiently secured. In order to realize this, a side plate also serving as a lid plate is rotatably mounted on the opposite rising wall of the box-shaped container, and a leg, an iron plate, a side plate, etc. are housed in a space formed by the box-shaped container and used as a lid plate. It can be covered with side plates. As a result, the storage or portability after folding is further improved. In addition, the side plate suspended from the lid plate also serves as a pivot about a support shaft attached to the upper portion of the lid plate, and the lower end is usually located above the rising wall by its own weight. It is hanging down. Further, the side plate has a structure in which the front end of the side plate is locked to the lower surface of the iron plate mounting flange on the side of the cover plate and the side plate to support the horizontal state, so that the table itself can be formed. Sufficient strength can be obtained. In addition, the side plate serving also as the cover plate has a slit for taking in the air, a flange for supporting the iron plate, and a flange for mounting the rostor. Such collection can be easily performed. Further, the box-shaped container has a structure capable of receiving the ash falling from the roster and accommodating each constituent member at the time of folding. FIG. 1 to FIG. 6 show an embodiment of the present invention. Hereinafter, description will be made with reference to the drawings sequentially from FIG. First, in FIG. 1, 1 is a barbecue set made entirely of stainless steel. 2 is the rising wall 2a
A box-shaped container having The height of the rising wall 2a of the box-shaped container 2 is 5 cm to 10 cm. Further, the box-shaped container 2 can receive ash that falls from a rostr, which will be described later. To facilitate the collection of this ash, the box is made of a simple structure. The height of the rising wall 2a of the box-shaped container main body 2 is designed to be able to accommodate the members constituting the barbecue set, such as iron plates and legs, when the barbecue set 1 is folded and cleared. 3 is a side plate that also serves as a cover plate. The lid plate 2 is rotatably provided on the opposing rising wall 2 a (long side) of the box-shaped container 2. When the lid plate / side plate 3 is turned inward by 90 degrees from the state shown in FIG. 1, the size is set to cover the side opening of the box-shaped container 2. Reference numeral 4 denotes a side plate rotatably suspended on the lid plate / side plate 3. The side plate 4 is made substantially equal to the height H of the lid plate / side plate 3. In other words, the box-shaped container body 2
Is raised by the dimension H. The upper side of the side plate is pivotally supported, and the lower side thereof is suspended by its own weight on the rising wall 2a. 5 is the side plate 3 also serving as the lid plate
The air intake slits are provided in a plurality of rows and are provided in a plurality of stages. Usually, the area of the air inlet formed by the slit 5 is made just right for a barbecue set using charcoal as a heat source. 6 is a leg. The leg 6 is inserted so as to be fitted into a leg attachment 7 provided on the box-shaped container 2 and a second leg attachment 8 provided on the upper portion of the side plate 3 also serving as the cover plate. Reference numeral 9 denotes a fixing screw which is positioned and fixed so that the leg does not come off in a state of being inserted into the leg attachment 7 and the second leg attachment 8. In other words, the lid plate / side plate 3 maintains the state shown in FIG. 1 because the legs 6 are inserted into the second leg attachments 8. The legs 6 are formed in the shape of a hollow prism having a hollow inside, and are fixed at two points to the lower portion of the box-shaped container 2 and the side plate 3 also serving as the cover plate. Therefore,
Even if a little force is applied to the barbecue set body, the leg attachment 7 is not deformed and the leg 6 is not shaken. The barbecue set 1 shown in FIG.
0 is set on the side plate 4 also serving as the cover plate, and the side plate 4 is changed to a table state on which food is placed. That is, in a normal use state, the side plate 4 is suspended so as to extend the rising wall 2a. However, when a table is required, or when a shortage of charcoal as a heat source is required, replenishment is required. The side plate 4 is rotated as shown by the arrow Y2 and fixed between the side plate 4 and the side plate also serving as the cover plate to maintain the table state. or,
The external dimensions of this barbecue set are set to a height of about 45 cm for easy work, the width is 45 cm, the depth is about 35 cm, and about 10 to 20 people are enough to enjoy barbecue competitions outdoors Is set to a reasonable size. Note that the above outer dimensions are merely examples, and are not limited to these dimensions. Next, the barbecue set when the barbecue set is folded and cleared will be described with reference to FIGS. As shown in FIG. 3, the barbecue set includes a box-shaped container 2, a side plate 3, a side plate 4, and a leg 6 which are attached to two opposite sides of the box-shaped container 2.
And a steel plate 10 (which may be a wire mesh) and a rostrum 11 for holding charcoal and the like. When clearing these, the rostrum 11, the iron plate 10,
The side plate 4 and the legs 6, a spatula (not shown) and the like are housed therein, and the lid plate / side plate 3 is closed to bring it to the state shown in FIG. By doing so, it is possible to store them in layers during the off-season without taking up space. It is also convenient to carry to the sea or mountains. Next, referring to FIG.
The mounting structure of the legs 0 and the like 6 will be described. Reference numeral 3a denotes a flange provided on the side plate 3 that also serves as the cover plate. The iron plate 10 (or wire mesh) is placed on the flange 3a from above as shown in the figure. Reference numeral 3b denotes a mounting tool for mounting the rostor, and the rostor 11 is mounted on the mounting tool 3b as shown in the figure. The position of the roaster mounting fixture 3b is provided in several stages so that it can be moved up and down due to the relationship between the food to be cooked and the thermal power of charcoal or the like. In addition, the mounting fixture 3 for mounting the above-mentioned rostor
In the case of b, the mounting portion of the mounting tool 3b may be hooked on the hole formed by the slit 5 without special measures if the mounting is performed using the slit 5 described above. Reference numeral 12 denotes a rotating shaft for rotating the lid plate / side plate 3 as indicated by a broken line Y1. The rotating shaft 12 is mounted on the flange 3c of the side plate 3. Also, the rotating shaft 3c is
Attached to the side. Of course, the rotation shaft 12c may be on the side of the side plate 3 also serving as the cover plate. Reference numeral 17 denotes a charcoal fire serving as a heat source placed on the rostrum 11. The air required by the charcoal fire 17 is supplied to the slit 5 provided in the lid plate / side plate 3.
It is supplied from. When the charcoal fire 17 becomes ash 13, it accumulates in the box-shaped container body 2 as shown in the figure. It is to be noted that, for example, a hole (not shown) is provided in the box-shaped container 2 and the accumulated ash 13 can be taken out of the box-shaped container through a hole at a collecting destination by a spatula (not shown). The fixing of the side plate 3 also works as follows. That is, the leg 6 is inserted into the second leg attachment 8 as shown in the figure, and the leg 6 is fixed with the fixing screw 9. By doing so, the lid plate / side plate 3 is fixed on the rising wall 2a of the box-shaped container body 2. On the contrary, when viewed from the side of the leg 6, the leg 6 is fixed at two points, so that even when a great force is applied to the barbecue set, the force is not concentrated on the leg attachment 7 so that the leg 6 is of course a leg attachment. 7 is not destroyed. When the leg 6 is to be removed from the barbecue set 1, it can be easily removed by loosening the fixing screw 9 and pulling out the leg 6 in the arrow direction Y3. Note that the second leg attachment 8 is shown in FIG.
If the leg 6 is formed in a shape different from that described above (the leg 6 mounting portion 8a is formed long), the leg 6 can be fixed long on only one side as shown by a broken line, so that it is possible to cope with unevenness of the installation surface. Next, referring to FIG. 5, an example in which the side plate 4 is attached to the lid plate / side plate 3 will be described. In the drawing, reference numeral 14 denotes a support shaft provided on the side plate 3 also serving as the cover plate. The side plate 4 is suspended from the support shaft 14. That is, it is attached by engaging key shafts 4b provided on both side flanges 4a of the side plate 4 with the support shaft. The side plate 4 pivoted on the support shaft 14 is rotatable as shown by a two-dot chain line. For example, when the side plate 4 is used as a table 4 ', the side plate 4 is rotated as shown by a two-dot chain line, and then the tip of the side plate 4 The portion 4c is locked on the back side of the flange 3a on the side plate 3 also serving as the cover plate. By doing so, the side plate 4 can place a slightly heavy food material or a baked food material on the side plate 4 in a table state. Although the state of the table 4 'is shown as the movement of the side plate, the side plate 4 is rotatable in a range of substantially 90 degrees with the support shaft 14 as a base point. When it becomes necessary, it is natural that the side plate 4 is kept open at 70 to 80 degrees and the charcoal can be replenished to the roasting part from here. In addition, a large amount of charcoal is charged and the air amount is reduced. When insufficient, the side plate 4 can be held in an open state of 30 to 45 degrees to serve as an air intake.
The opening angle holding means can be sufficiently solved by a known technique. Next, another embodiment will be described with reference to FIG. In FIG. 6, reference numeral 15 denotes a gas stove, and this gas stove 15 is mounted on, for example, a rostrum 11 (which may be a simple iron plate) on which charcoal is mounted. In the case of the gas stove 15, it is very weak against wind, so that not only the side plate 4 must be closed but also the slit 5 needs to be closed. In such a case, a contact plate 16 for closing the slit 5 is prepared.
When the heating power of the gas stove 15 is strong,
May be installed at the position indicated by the broken line, that is, at the position of the gas stove 15 '. In short, the height can be changed as needed. For this purpose, a dedicated table can be prepared. Since the present invention has the structure as described above, for example, when an outdoor barbecue tournament is held, the user carries the box-shaped container to the venue with the opening of the box-shaped container being covered with the side plate also serving as the cover plate, and returns to the destination. At the place where it arrived, the lid of the lid plate / side plate 3 was opened as shown in FIG.
Draw out the 0, Rostor 11, etc. and assemble them as shown in FIG.
In this assembly, the leg 6 may be fixed to the leg mounting member 7 with the fixing screw 9 in a state where the leg 6 is inserted into the two leg mounting members 7 and 8 provided on the lid plate / side plate. Thereafter, the side plate 4 is set on the lid plate and side plate 3, and then the rostelle 11 and the iron plate 10 are set, whereby the barbecue set is completed. At this time, the opening angle of the side plate 4 attached to the lid plate double side plate 3 can be adjusted to easily enlarge the air intake, use as a table, and supply charcoal. As described above, the present invention constitutes a foldable barbecue set and is made of stainless steel so that it can be used for a long time and can be easily arranged during off-season. Of course, the barbecue set can be easily assembled by fixing the legs. Also, disassembly can be easily performed in a reverse process during assembly. In addition, in the present invention, since the side plate is suspended from the side plate also serving as the lid plate and the opening angle can be changed, the side plate can be used as a table, a supply port for charcoal, and also as an air intake port for charcoal fire. Things. The fuel can be a gas-con furnace instead of charcoal fire.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a barbecue set provided with the present invention. FIG. 2 is a perspective view when the barbecue set shown in FIG. 1 is folded. FIG. FIG. 4 is a view corresponding to the AA section in FIG. 1; FIG. 5 is a view corresponding to the BB section in FIG. 1; FIG. 6 is a view instead of the charcoal in FIG. FIG. 7 is a view showing an example of a gas stove; FIG. 7 is a view showing a folded state of a conventional barbecue set; FIG. 8 is a perspective view showing a use state of FIG. 7; FIG. FIG. 10 is a perspective view showing the use state of FIG. 9; FIG. 11 is a perspective view showing a use state of the barbecue set different from FIG. 9; FIG. 12 is a use state of FIG. [Description of reference symbols] 1 barbecue set 2 boxes Container 2a rising wall 3 lid plate / side plate 3a iron plate mounting flange 3b mounting member 3c flange 4 side plate 4a flange 4b key groove 4c tip 5 slit 6 leg 7 leg mounting device 8 second leg mounting device 9 fixing screw 10 Iron plate 11 Rostor 12 Rotating shaft 13 Ash 14 Support shaft 15 Gas stove 16 Applicable plate 17 Charcoal fire