JP2005261883A - Scatter prevention device for western style toilet - Google Patents

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JP2005261883A
JP2005261883A JP2004117363A JP2004117363A JP2005261883A JP 2005261883 A JP2005261883 A JP 2005261883A JP 2004117363 A JP2004117363 A JP 2004117363A JP 2004117363 A JP2004117363 A JP 2004117363A JP 2005261883 A JP2005261883 A JP 2005261883A
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Yoji Monno
洋二 門野
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a scatter prevention device wherein a smooth scatter prevention wall is provided in the surface of the front 3 of a toilet bowl to prevent urine from scattering onto or out of the toilet at a time when a man relieves himself in a standing posture, the prevention walls go up out of the toilet, following the lifting of a toilet seat and is stored in the toilet with the lowering of the toilet seat, and that permits the relieving of oneself in a normal seated condition in a stored state. <P>SOLUTION: A nearly U-shaped scatter prevention plate 1 having the front 3 and sides 2 and 2' is formed. The scatter prevention plate 1 is turnably attached to the reverse side of the front of the toilet seat 11 through universal joints 6 and 6'. When the toilet seat 11 is raised, the scatter prevention plate 1 turned around a toilet seat turning shaft 14 and rises upward in a direction indicated by an arrow A through the universal joints 6 and turns in a direction indicated by an arrow B with respect to the toilet seat at the same time. The scatter prevention wall is formed on the toilet bowl 12 by the combined movement of the turning in the directions indicated by arrows A and B. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2005,JPO&NCIPI

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  TECHNICAL FIELD The present invention relates to a device for preventing splattering on a toilet bowl or a surrounding floor surface in a male-sex unisex and standing-position toilet that is used for men standing small.
  At present, Western-style toilets are widely used for home use, business use, public facilities, etc., and their penetration rate is alarming. However, in general households including detached houses, condominiums, apartments, etc., the current situation is that gender shared use occupies the majority of each family, but it cannot be denied that there are major problems and problems here.
  When it is used by men, the tank tank, toilet seat cover, toilet seat, etc. are stood immediately in front of it, and they do not stand so far because there is a high risk of splashing them. However, if you look back a little later, it will be scattered on the toilet floor directly below and on the floor outside the toilet bowl. In this way, utmost care is needed to focus on where to stand and when releasing, and it often fails, resulting in frequent cleaning of the toilet and floor. Of course, it was a big problem in terms of hygiene.
  In order to solve this problem, several inventions and proposals for anti-scattering devices and prevention walls have been made so far. However, in any invention, there are drawbacks in prevention effect and functionality, and in terms of practicality. It was not enough. The details will be described below.
  Patent Documents 1, 3 and 4 describe that a splash prevention wall is formed around the toilet when the toilet seat is lifted, and that the splash prevention wall is stored in a narrow space between the toilet seat and the upper surface of the toilet after use. However, this has the following drawbacks. That is, the prevention wall not only has a complicated structure, but also has a drawback that the wall surface inevitably has irregularities and folds, so that it is easily dirty and difficult to clean. In addition, since the prevention wall is repeatedly contracted and expanded every time it is used, there is a problem in terms of practical durability.
  Further, in Patent Documents 2 and 3, the prevention wall is not formed on the front face but only on both sides because of the emphasis on the storage property of the prevention wall under the toilet seat and the restrictions on the structure. It is completely defenseless against the scattering of, and its effect is not enough.
As shown in the background art above, the current Western-style toilet does not take any special measures against scattering prevention, and any patent document proposed as a countermeasure against scattering has some major drawbacks.
JP 2002-701113 A JP 2001-40730 A Japanese Utility Model Publication 2-139984 Japanese Utility Model Publication No. 61-88597
  The problem to be solved by the present invention is to simultaneously solve the problems and drawbacks pointed out in the background art. That is, at least three sides including the front surface are integrally formed so that a smooth scattering prevention plate formed integrally can be stored under the toilet seat, and at the same time, the prevention plate floats in conjunction with opening and closing of the toilet seat. An object of the present invention is to provide an anti-scattering device that can be stored and can maintain a normal stool for men and women, and subsequent cleaning and washing functions.
  In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the present invention forms a U-shaped smooth prevention plate integrally composed of three surfaces, a front surface and both side surfaces, and the prevention plate can be freely rotated on the back of the toilet seat or the toilet body. By attaching to the toilet seat, it is possible to move up (form a prevention wall) and move down (storage) while rotating with the opening and closing of the toilet seat.
  Since the anti-scattering device of the present invention has anti-scattering walls formed on the front and both sides, it is effective not only for the prevention of scattering to the front, but also for the prevention of scattering directly below because it can stand up more safely. It is. Moreover, since it is interlocked with the toilet seat, there is no need for special operation or power, and it is hygienic because it does not touch the hand directly. The movement is also very smooth and quiet because it uses rotation.
  Other features and effects include that the toilet can be used in a normal sitting position when the prevention plate is housed, and that the prevention plate is housed around the toilet recess under the toilet seat, so that there is no uncomfortable appearance. Of course, it is not necessary to attach or detach the prevention plate every time it is used. Furthermore, if the prevention plate is subjected to surface treatment such as water repellent function, hydrophilic function, deodorization function, antibacterial function, etc., the prevention plate itself will be more antifouling, easier to clean and more convenient and more comfortable and hygienic. Available.
  FIG. 1B shows a perspective view of the prevention plate of the first embodiment. The prevention plate main body 1 is integrally formed by smooth left and right side surfaces 2, 2 'and the front surface 3, and its cross section is formed in a substantially U-shape. Moreover, both side surfaces 2, 2 'have a slightly convex curved surface on the outside in accordance with the outer shape of the toilet body recess. Further, one of pivotable joints 6 and 6 ′ is attached to both ends of the upper end 4 of the front surface 3. The opening 7 above the front surface 3 is an entrance / exit of the cleaning nozzle, and is formed of a thin rubber with a slit, and is normally kept in a substantially closed state.
  FIG. 1A shows a side view of the embodiment of Example 1 and explains the operation and effect of the device of the present invention. However, in order to facilitate understanding, the toilet body recessed portion 17 and the prevention plate 1 are seen through to show a solid line. It showed in. In addition, routes and parts related to water supply and drainage that are not directly related to the present invention are omitted or simplified. FIG. 1-A shows a state in which the toilet seat cover 10 is lifted upward and the toilet seat 11 is seated on the upper surface 13 of the toilet body 12. At this time, the prevention plate main body 1 is housed so that the other of the rotatable joints 6 and 6 ′ is attached to the front back surface of the toilet seat 11 and along the concave side wall in the toilet body under the toilet seat. At this time, the prevention plate 1 is kept in a stable posture by contacting the toilet bowl at the upper front 15.
  When the toilet seat 11 for men is lifted, the prevention plate 1 is lifted in an arc shape in the direction of arrow A in the figure around the toilet seat rotation shaft 14 via the universal joints 6 and 6 ', and at the same time, the prevention plate 1 is attached to the toilet seat. 11 is pulled upward by a combined movement in the A direction and the B direction while rotating in the arrow B direction in the figure. The toilet seat 11 and the prevention plate 1 after the toilet seat is lifted are stopped at the position and posture of the alternate long and short dash line in the figure, and as a result, scattering prevention walls are formed in three directions above the toilet bowl.
  As described in the previous section, since the movement of the prevention plate is performed by rotation, the operation can be performed extremely lightly and smoothly, and the prevention wall is formed in three directions, thereby preventing the front / rear / left / right scattering of the toilet bowl. It can be greatly improved.
  When the toilet seat is lowered after the small use is finished, the prevention plate is housed in the original position by the reverse movement of the ascending state, but in this state, there is no problem with the normal sitting seat. That is, the prevention plate 1 does not interfere with the dropping of the stool because it is located in a place where it cannot be seen from directly above the opening at the center of the toilet seat 11. Next, the washing nozzle can be moved in and out through the opening 7 provided in the prevention plate for washing after the stool. Also for the subsequent water washing, there is a fixed distance 20 between the lower end full length 16 of the prevention plate 1 and the bottom surface 17 of the toilet body recess, and between the outer side 18 of the prevention plate whole surface and the toilet recess side surface 19. , 21 can be maintained, so that the same water flow as before can be maintained, so that the same water washing function as before can be maintained. Due to having the characteristics such as.
  FIG. 2-B shows a perspective view of the prevention plate used in the second embodiment. The feature of the prevention plate is that a pair of bearing holes 8 and 8 'are provided on the same axis center behind the prevention plate side surfaces 2 and 2' instead of the universal joints 6 and 6 'in FIG. And a pair of holes 9 and 9 ′ for rotatably attaching one end of the pulling rod to the front lower side of both side surfaces 2 and 2 ′. Other shapes and structural features and actions are the same as those of the prevention plate in the first embodiment.
  A side view of the embodiment of Example 2 is shown in FIG. This side view will be described in the same manner as in FIG. First, the prevention plate 1 is rotatably fitted and fixed to a bearing boss 22 provided on the side of the toilet recess at the rear. On the other hand, one end of the pulling rod 23 is fixed to the prevention plate mounting hole 9 and the other end is fixed to the front rear surface 24 of the toilet seat 11 so as to be rotatable.
  With the attachment and configuration described above, the prevention plate 1 rotates and floats in the direction of arrow C about the rotation shaft 22 via the pulling rod 23 in conjunction with the lifting of the toilet seat. The position and posture of the toilet seat, the lifting rod, and the prevention plate after the toilet seat is lifted are stationary along a one-dot chain line. In this way, three scattering prevention walls are formed on the front upper surface of the toilet bowl.
  Operations, effects, features, and the like other than the description in the second embodiment are the same as those in the first embodiment.
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  The apparatus according to the present invention is a molded article having a single smooth surface as the prevention plate body, and therefore does not require complicated processing of multiple parts such as a bellows wall, and is advantageous in terms of durability and manufacturing cost. Because it is simple to install on a toilet or toilet seat, it should be relatively easy to install on an existing toilet. Since the prevention plate, the toilet seat, and the toilet bowl are basically non-contact except for the attachment portion and have a certain gap, the versatility is high for a wide variety of toilet bowls of dimensional shapes, and the types can be suppressed. If the prevention plate is made of a plastically deformable metal plate such as aluminum or stainless steel, the shape of the toilet bowl can be finely adjusted, and versatility is further enhanced. It has the features such as.
The side view which shows the scattering prevention apparatus of Example 1. The perspective view of the scattering prevention board of Example 1 The side view which shows the scattering prevention apparatus of Example 2. The perspective view of the scattering prevention board of Example 2
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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Scatter prevention plate 13 Toilet body upper surface 2, 2 'prevention plate side surface 14 Toilet seat rotating shaft 3 Prevention plate front surface 15 Contact part of scattering prevention plate and toilet body 4 Prevention plate front upper surface 16 Lower end of prevention plate 3 surface 5 Prevention Lower end of the plate 17 Bottom surface of the toilet body recess 6, 6 'rotatable joint 18 Preventive plate outer surface 7 Opening 19 Side surface of the toilet body 8 Rotary bearing hole 20 Clearance between the lower end of the prevention plate and the bottom surface of the toilet body recess 9, 9' Mounting hole 21 Clearance between outer surface of prevention plate and toilet body recess side surface 10 Toilet seat cover 22 Rotating shaft of prevention plate 11 Toilet seat 23 Prevention plate lifting rod 12 Toilet body main body 24 Attachment portion of prevention plate lifting rod to toilet seat

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  1. Consisting of smooth left and right side surfaces and a front surface, and having an anti-scattering plate formed in a substantially U shape when viewed from above. And attach the anti-scatter plate to the toilet seat or toilet. In addition, the scattering prevention device for a Western-style toilet is characterized in that the scattering prevention plate floats above the toilet bowl in conjunction with the lifting of the toilet seat, and forms three scattering prevention walls on the front of the toilet bowl.
  2. The western-style toilet according to claim 1, wherein the surface of the scattering prevention plate is subjected to a surface treatment having any one of a water repellent function, a hydrophilic function, a deodorizing function, an antibacterial function, or two or more functions. Anti-scattering device
  3. Toilet seat set incorporating the scattering prevention device according to claim 1 and 2, and a toilet set including the toilet seat
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