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JP2004216221A
JP2004216221A JP2003004174A JP2003004174A JP2004216221A JP 2004216221 A JP2004216221 A JP 2004216221A JP 2003004174 A JP2003004174 A JP 2003004174A JP 2003004174 A JP2003004174 A JP 2003004174A JP 2004216221 A JP2004216221 A JP 2004216221A
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Nobutoshi Kobayashi
Tatsuya Suzuki
伸年 小林
竜也 鈴木
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Nishiyama Kogyo Kk
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Provided is an atomizing device which facilitates replenishment and replacement of a liquid and movement of the device, adjusts an amount of atomization according to a use environment, and continuously atomizes a plurality of different types of liquids. To do.
A nebulizing device (1) temporarily stores a detachable liquid container (15) for accommodating a predetermined volume of liquid (L) and a liquid (L) supplied from the liquid container (15), and keeps the liquid level within a certain range. , An ultrasonic vibrator 9 a, 9 b, 9 c, 9 d, 9 e, 9 f provided on the bottom surface of the liquid tank 25 and applying ultrasonic vibration to the liquid L in the liquid tank 25, and an ultrasonic vibrator And a control device 11 for controlling the driving of the drive unit 9. A plurality of sets of the liquid container 15, the liquid tank 25 and the ultrasonic vibrator 9 are provided separately and independently. , And can be driven simultaneously and alternately.
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Description

[0001]
TECHNICAL FIELD OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to an atomizing device, and more particularly to an atomizing device capable of simultaneously or alternately atomizing and discharging a plurality of different types of liquids.
[0002]
[Prior art]
2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, hospitals and the like use a relatively large atomizing device integrally provided with a large tank. Although this atomizer has a large tank and can be used for a long time, the operation of replenishing and replacing water and chemicals in the tank is not easy and requires a great deal of labor. In addition, the weight of the entire device also increases in proportion to the size of the tank, and it is very difficult to move between hospital rooms.
In addition, intermittent operation is performed to adjust the amount of atomization according to the size and humidity of the room, or after disinfecting the room with a disinfectant first, and then continuously deodorizing the room with a deodorant or aromatic liquid. It would be extremely convenient if the fragrance could be performed simultaneously, but such a function is not provided in the above atomizing device.
[0003]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
The present invention solves the problems of the conventional atomizing apparatus, facilitates the replenishment of liquid, replacement and movement of the apparatus, and can adjust the amount of atomization according to the use environment. An object of the present invention is to provide an atomizing device that can continuously atomize a plurality of different liquids.
[0004]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided an atomizing device for atomizing a liquid, comprising: a detachable liquid container for storing a predetermined volume of liquid; and a liquid for storing the liquid supplied from the liquid container. A tank, atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid tank, and a control device for controlling the driving of the atomizing means, and the liquid container, the liquid tank and the atomizing means are separately and independently provided in plural sets. The plurality of atomizing means are provided and can be separately driven in response to a command from a control device.
[0005]
According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the atomizing device according to the first aspect, the atomizing means is an ultrasonic vibrator.
[0006]
According to a third aspect of the present invention, in the atomizing device according to the first or second aspect, the liquid tank is a housing-like container, and has a liquid storage portion for storing liquid, and a liquid storage portion is provided above the liquid storage portion. A conveying flow path for discharging the generated mist to the outside in response to the blowing from the blowing means is formed, and the generated mist is filled in the middle of the conveying flow path, and discharged as a lump to the outside. An atomizing device, further comprising a baffle plate for causing the atomization.
[0007]
According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the atomizing device according to the second or third aspect, one or a plurality of ultrasonic vibrators are provided in each of a plurality of sets, and the ultrasonic vibrating device is driven. This is an atomizing device characterized by adjusting the amount of fog generated by switching the number of children.
[0008]
According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, in the atomizing device according to any one of the first to fourth aspects, the control device includes a normal operation mode in which the sets can be operated separately or simultaneously, and an alternate operation mode in which the sets can be operated alternately. The atomization device is characterized in that the operation time of each set can be set in the normal operation mode and the operation time cycle of each set and the total operation time can be set in the alternate operation mode by setting a timer.
[0009]
The invention according to claim 6 is the atomization device according to any one of claims 1 to 5, further comprising an on-off valve between the liquid container and the liquid tank.
[0010]
According to a seventh aspect of the present invention, in the atomizing device according to any one of the first to sixth aspects, the liquid contained in the liquid container is tap water as it is, sterilized water or distilled water, or a chemical agent. A disinfecting liquid, a deodorizing liquid, or an aromatic liquid containing a mixture thereof, etc., and these are used alone or in combination of two or more.
[0011]
BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described.
As shown in FIGS. 1 to 6, the atomization device 1 divides a box-shaped device main body 3 into two front and rear parts, and a storage chamber 5 for the liquid L at the rear, and atomizes and discharges the liquid L supplied at the front. It has a chamber 7. Further, in front of the atomizing chamber 7, there is provided a control room 12 having a control device 11 for controlling the driving of the ultrasonic vibrators 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, 9e, 9f and the like to be described later.
The upper rear portion of the apparatus main body 3 is covered with a rotating lid 13 that can be opened rearward, and the accommodation room 5 appears when the rotating lid 13 is opened.
[0012]
Two cartridge-type bottle containers 15 as liquid containers are mounted in the storage chamber 5 in an upside down posture. The bottle container 15 is a hard plastic container. The spout is provided with an automatic opening / closing stopper 17 which opens and closes when the device is mounted on the apparatus main body 3 and closes when the container is removed.
The apparatus main body 3 is also provided with two sockets 19 for receiving the automatic opening / closing stopper 17 of the bottle container 15.
The capacity of the bottle container 15 is about 3 liters, and is a size that can be easily attached and detached.
[0013]
An outlet 21 is provided near the bottom surface of the socket 19, and the liquid L in the bottle container 15 passes through a connection tube 23 connected to the outlet 21 to a liquid tank 25 in the atomization chamber 7. It is conveyed toward.
An electromagnetic valve 27 as an open / close valve is provided in the middle of the connection tube 23, that is, between the bottle container 15 and the liquid tank 25, and presses operation and stop switches provided on an operation panel 29 described later. Thus, the supply and the stop of the liquid L to the liquid tank 25 are performed.
As the liquid L stored in the bottle container 15, tap water may be used, or sterilized water, distilled water, or a disinfectant, deodorant, or aromatic liquid obtained by mixing a chemical or the like with these can be used.
[0014]
A liquid tank 25 for temporarily storing the supplied liquid L in the atomizing chamber 7 and keeping the liquid level within a certain range, and an atomizing means for applying ultrasonic vibration to the liquid L in the liquid tank 25 The ultrasonic vibrator 9 is provided.
The liquid tank 25 is a container having a rectangular housing shape, and has a liquid storage section 31 for temporarily storing the liquid L at a lower portion. Above the liquid tank 25, a transport channel 33 for discharging the generated mist M to the outside is provided.
The liquid storage section 31 is provided with an overflow outlet 35 for setting the upper limit position of the temporarily stored liquid L, and a liquid shortage detection sensor 37 for setting the lower limit position of the liquid L.
[0015]
The liquid level in the liquid storage section 31 is kept constant by balancing the pressures in the bottle container 15 and the liquid tank 25. That is, the liquid level is always kept constant by supplying the liquid L from the bottle container 15 to the liquid storage unit 31 by the amount of the liquid L which has been atomized and reduced. Also, even if the pressure balance is broken due to the liquid shortage or the decrease in the generation of the mist M, the liquid level is set to always be in the range of 25 mm to 35 mm by the operation of the discharge port 35 and the liquid shortage detecting sensor 37. Have been.
[0016]
A fan motor 39 is provided on the upper side surface of the liquid tank 25. The blast generated by the fan motor 39 flows into the transport passage 33 through a side opening (not shown) of the liquid tank 25, and is turned downward by the guide plate 41 located in front of the blower. It is transported upward together with M.
The generated fog M is provided in the middle of the transport flow path 33, and is prevented from rising by the baffle plate 43 inclined upward, is filled in the space below the baffle plate 43, and is temporarily stored. The filled and lumped mist M moves obliquely upward while being guided by the inclination of the baffle plate 43, and has a narrow width formed between the upper end of the baffle plate 43 and the side wall of the liquid tank 25. Then, the flow velocity is accelerated from the opening 45 and flows upward at a stretch to reach the upper opening 47.
The fog M that has reached the upper opening 47 is discharged outside through a duct 49 that is detachably attached to the upper opening 47. As the duct 49, a bendable bellows-shaped hose as shown in the figure can be used.
[0017]
The ultrasonic vibrators 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, 9e, and 9f propagate ultrasonic vibration to the liquid L in the liquid tank 25, and make the liquid surface rippled by the action of the transmitted ultrasonic vibration, and have a particle size of about 3 μm. Of the liquid L as fine mist M.
In this atomizing device 1, the first atomizing unit 51 on which six ultrasonic vibrators 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, 9e, 9f are mounted, and the ultrasonic vibrators 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, 9e are similarly provided. , 9f are provided. The first atomizing unit 51 and the second atomizing unit individually drive the ultrasonic vibrators 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, 9e, 9f in response to a command from the control device 11.
The ultrasonic transducers 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, 9e, and 9f in the first atomization unit 51 and the second atomization unit 53 are simultaneously driven by pushing an output changeover switch 55 on the operation panel 29 described later. It is possible to switch between the strong operation and the weak operation in which only three (9a, 9c, 9e) are driven.
[0018]
A control room 12 having a control device 11 therein is provided in front of the atomization room 7. An operation panel 29 as shown in FIG. 6 is provided on the front of the control room 12.
On the upper surface of the operation panel 29, in addition to the above-described operation switch, stop switch, and output changeover switch 55, a cleaning operation switch used for cleaning the liquid tank 25, and each of the first and second atomizing units 51 and 53 are provided. A liquid shortage warning LED 57 that warns of liquid shortage is provided.
[0019]
The operation panel 29 is provided with an operation mode changeover switch 59, a first timer 61, a second timer 63, and a cycle setting timer 65.
The operation mode changeover switch 59 is for switching between the normal operation mode in which the first atomization unit 51 and the second atomization unit 53 can be operated separately or simultaneously, and the alternate operation mode in which the operation can be alternately performed.
The first timer 61 is for setting the operation time of the first atomizing unit 51 in the normal operation mode and for setting the total operation time in the alternate operation mode. The second timer 63 is for setting the operation time in the normal operation mode. This is for setting the operation time of the second atomizing unit 53. Further, the cycle setting timer 65 is for setting an operation time cycle of the first atomizing unit 51 and the second atomizing unit 53 in the alternate operation mode.
[0020]
The apparatus body 3 also includes a cooling fan 67 for air-cooling the control board in the control device 11, a manual drain cock 69 for opening and closing the drain of the liquid tank 25, and overflowing and discharging from the liquid tank 25. A drain tray 71 for receiving the discharged liquid L or the liquid L discharged by opening the drain of the liquid tank 25, a caster 73 used for moving or changing the direction of the atomizing device 1, A handle 75 is provided as a clue for movement.
[0021]
Next, an operation flow of operation switching of the first and second atomizing units 51 and 53 performed using the operation mode changeover switch 59, the first timer 61, the second timer 63, and the cycle setting timer 65 will be described.
1) The use operation mode switch 59 in the normal operation mode is set to the normal operation mode. In this state, the cycle setting timer 65 does not operate, and only the first timer 61 and the second timer 63 operate. When it is desired to operate the first atomizing unit 51 and the second atomizing unit 53 at the same time, the first timer 61 and the second timer 63 are respectively adjusted to the scale indicating the desired operation time.
For example, if the first atomizing unit 51 is set for 30 minutes and the second atomizing unit 53 is set for 20 minutes, the first atomizing unit 51 and the second atomizing unit 53 start operating simultaneously, and The atomizing unit 53 stops, and ten minutes later, the first atomizing unit 51 stops.
[0022]
When it is desired to operate only one of the first atomizing unit 51 and the second atomizing unit 53, an operation time is set for only one of the first timer 61 and the second timer 63 which is desired to be operated, The other driving time for which no driving is desired is set to zero.
For example, when it is desired to operate only the first atomizing unit 51 for 30 minutes, the first timer 61 is set to 30 minutes, and the second timer 63 is set to 0.
When the first atomizing unit 51 is operated, it is possible to select the strong operation or the weak operation by switching the output changeover switch 55 to adjust the amount of atomization.
[0023]
2) Set the use operation mode changeover switch 59 in the alternate operation mode to the alternate operation mode. In this state, the second timer 63 does not operate, and only the first timer 61 and the cycle setting timer 65 operate.
In this case, the operation time cycle of each of the first atomizing unit 51 and the second atomizing unit 53 is set by the cycle setting timer 65, and the first atomizing unit 51 and the second atomizing unit 53 are set by the first timer 61. Set the total operation time of.
For example, the cycle setting timer 65 sets the operation time cycle of the first atomization unit 51 to 2 minutes, the operation time cycle of the second atomization unit 53 to 3 minutes, and the first timer 61 sets the total operation time to 30 minutes. If the setting is set to 1, the operation is ended when the first atomizing unit 51 repeats the alternating operation for 2 minutes and the second atomizing unit 53 for 3 minutes six times.
[0024]
When the atomizing device 1 is moved, the electromagnetic valve 27 is closed by pressing a stop switch provided on the operation panel 29 or by turning off the power. With this configuration, when the atomizing device 1 is moved, the liquid level of the liquid tank 25 is shaken to lower the liquid level, or even if air enters the bottle container 15, the liquid is removed from the bottle container 15. L can be prevented from being supplied to the liquid tank 25. Therefore, only a small amount of liquid L overflows from the liquid tank 25 through the drain port 35, and waste of the liquid L can be minimized.
[0025]
Although the embodiment of the present invention has been described in detail above, the specific configuration is not limited to this embodiment, and even if there is a design change without departing from the gist of the present invention, the present invention is not limited to this embodiment. include.
For example, two sets of atomizing units may be provided, and further may be provided. Also, the number and arrangement of the ultrasonic transducers 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, 9e, 9f can be appropriately changed in relation to the amount of atomization and the like. In these cases, it is necessary to add a timer on the operation panel 29 corresponding to the added atomization unit, or to add an output changeover switch 55 and an LED 57 for running out of liquid.
Further, a separate sensor is provided for the purpose of detecting the liquid level in order to detect the change in the volume of the liquid L in the liquid tank 25 more finely. Based on this, a separately provided pump, control valve, and the like are driven and controlled. Thus, the volume of the liquid L in the liquid tank 25 can be kept constant.
It is also possible to provide a window or the like on the side surface of the rotating lid 13 so that the remaining amount of the liquid L in the bottle container 15 can be visually recognized from the outside.
[0026]
The atomizing device 1 may be provided with a weekly timer. The weekly timer is set so as to operate only on a desired day of the week (for example, 1 hour from 11:00 pm on Monday to Friday) during a desired time (time zone). If this weekly timer is provided, unmanned operation can be performed periodically at night or the like. The weekly timer may be built in the atomizing device 1, or may be a type provided between the atomizing device 1 and the power supply.
In the above embodiment, the six ultrasonic transducers 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, 9e, and 9f are provided in the first atomizing unit 51 and the second atomizing unit 53, respectively. The number of children may be one or more for each unit. Further, the number of atomizing units may be two or more.
[0027]
【The invention's effect】
ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, replenishment and replacement | exchange work of a liquid become easy by using a bottle container etc. which are easy to handle. In addition, since a large-capacity tank or the like is not provided, it contributes to a reduction in the weight of the device, and the movement and direction change of the atomizing unit can be performed smoothly.
In addition, by providing multiple sets of atomizing units that operate independently and by linking with a control device using a timer, it is possible to control more advanced alternate operations, etc., and continuously use different types of liquids. Atomization can be performed, and the amount of atomization can be adjusted according to the use environment and the like.
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FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing an atomizing device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a plan view showing the inside of the atomizing device of FIG. 1 in a see-through manner.
FIG. 3 is a front view showing the inside of the atomizing device of FIG. 1 in a see-through manner.
FIG. 4 is a side view showing the inside of the atomizing device of FIG. 1 in a see-through manner.
FIG. 5 is an enlarged side sectional view showing an atomizing chamber in the atomizing device according to the embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 6 is an enlarged front view showing an operation panel in the atomization device according to the embodiment of the present invention.
[Explanation of symbols]
REFERENCE SIGNS LIST 1 atomization device 3 device main body 5 accommodation room 7 atomization room 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, 9e, 9f ultrasonic vibrator 11 control device 12 control room 13 rotating lid 15 bottle container (liquid container) 17 automatic opening and closing stopper DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 19 Socket 21 Outflow port 23 Connecting tube 25 Liquid tank 27 Electromagnetic valve 29 Operation panel 31 Liquid storage part 33 Conveyance flow path 35 Outlet 37 Liquid exhaustion detection sensor 39 Fan motor 41 Guide plate 43 Baffle plate 45 Opening 47 Upper opening 49 Duct 51 1st atomization unit 53 2nd atomization unit 55 Output changeover switch 57 LED for warning of running out of liquid
59 Operation mode changeover switch 61 First timer 63 Second timer 65 Cycle setting timer 67 Cooling fan 69 Drain cock 71 Drain tray 73 Caster 75 Handle L Liquid M Mist

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  1. In a nebulizing device for nebulizing a liquid, a detachable liquid container for accommodating a predetermined volume of liquid, a liquid tank for storing liquid supplied from the liquid container, and an atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid tank And a control device for controlling the driving of the atomizing means, and a plurality of sets of the liquid container, the liquid tank and the atomizing means are separately and independently provided, and the plurality of atomizing means are provided by the control device. Atomizing device, which can be driven separately in response to a command of
  2. 2. The atomizing device according to claim 1, wherein the atomizing means is an ultrasonic vibrator.
  3. 3. The atomizing device according to claim 1, wherein the liquid tank is a housing-shaped container, and has a liquid storage section for storing liquid, and receives air from a blowing unit above the liquid storage section. A transport channel for discharging the generated mist to the outside is formed, and a baffle plate for filling the generated mist and discharging the mist to the outside is provided in the middle of the transport channel. An atomizing device, characterized in that:
  4. In the atomizing device according to any one of claims 2 and 3, one or more ultrasonic transducers are provided in each of a plurality of sets, and by switching the number of ultrasonic transducers to be driven, An atomizing device, wherein the amount of generated fog is adjusted.
  5. The atomizing device according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the control device is switchable between a normal operation mode in which each group can be operated separately or simultaneously, and an alternate operation mode in which each group can be operated alternately, and a timer setting. The atomization device is capable of setting the total operation time of each set of operation time in the normal operation mode and the operation time cycle of each set in the alternate operation mode.
  6. The atomizer according to any one of claims 1 to 5, further comprising an on-off valve between the liquid container and the liquid tank.
  7. In the atomization device according to any one of claims 1 to 6, the liquid contained in the liquid container is tap water as it is, sterilized water or distilled water, or a disinfecting solution obtained by mixing a drug or the like with these. An atomizing device, which is a deodorant liquid or an aromatic liquid, and is used alone or in combination of two or more.
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