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JP2007054670A
JP2007054670A JP2006329088A JP2006329088A JP2007054670A JP 2007054670 A JP2007054670 A JP 2007054670A JP 2006329088 A JP2006329088 A JP 2006329088A JP 2006329088 A JP2006329088 A JP 2006329088A JP 2007054670 A JP2007054670 A JP 2007054670A
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Toshikatsu Arai
Yachiyo Imamura
Yoshimi Iwamura
Hitoshi Kikuchi
Yasuyuki Yokote
八千代 今村
義巳 岩村
俊勝 新井
靖之 横手
仁 菊地
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a compact hand dryer with a low noise and at a low cost. <P>SOLUTION: In the hand dryer in which a high pressure air flow by a high pressure air flow generator 5 is converted to a fast air flow to jet out so that the moisture on the hands is blown away by the kinetic energy of the fast air flow, a pair of jet nozzles 10 jetting the fast air flow is constituted such that their width dimension becomes 100 to 140 mm and face each other in a longitudinal direction with an jet angle to form an action air flow blowing out the moisture on the hands by making the fast air flows from each jet nozzles 10 collide. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2007,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a hand-drying device that blows wet hands after cleaning with the kinetic energy of air and dries hygienically.

  Hand drying devices that blow away wet hands after washing with the kinetic energy of air and dry them without wiping or using handkerchiefs are widely used. Some high-pressure airflow generators for obtaining a high-speed airflow have a high driving noise and a poor feeling of use. Therefore, there is one that promotes a reduction in driving noise from a structural aspect (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2001-212025 (first to fifth pages, FIGS. 3 and 5)

  In the above-described conventional hand dryer, a jet outlet for jetting a high-speed air stream to the hand insertion portion is provided at a position shifted from the line in the blowing direction of the high-pressure air stream generator, or the outlet of the high-pressure air stream generator Although a noise absorbing material is pasted on the outer peripheral portion except for the noise, the noise is reduced, but there are problems that the apparatus is complicated and large in size, and there are many places where the sound absorbing material is stuck, which increases the cost.

  The present invention has been made in order to solve the conventional problems, and an object of the present invention is to obtain a compact, low noise, low cost hand dryer.

  In order to achieve the above object, the present invention relates to a hand dryer that converts a high-pressure air flow generated by a high-pressure air flow generator into a high-speed air flow and ejects it, and blows off moisture adhering to the hand by the kinetic energy of the high-speed air flow. The jet nozzles for jetting the high-speed air flow are configured to have a width dimension of 100 mm to 140 mm and are opposed to each other with a blow angle in the longitudinal direction, and the high-speed air flows from the jet nozzles are collided with each other. A means for generating a working airflow that blows away the moisture of the water is employed.

  In order to achieve the above object, another invention relates to a hand dryer for converting high-pressure airflow generated by a high-pressure airflow generator into high-speed airflow and ejecting it, and blowing off water adhering to the hand by kinetic energy of the high-speed airflow. A pair of ejection nozzles for ejecting the high-speed air flow in the front-rear direction with respect to the hand insertion direction, the front-side ejection nozzles with the blowing direction of the ejection nozzles obliquely rearward with respect to the hand insertion direction, and the rear side Employing means for generating a working air flow that blows away moisture of the hand by causing the air blowing direction of the jet nozzle to be obliquely forward with respect to the direction in which the jet nozzle is inserted and colliding the high-speed air flow from each jet nozzle downward. .

  According to the present invention, a compact, low noise, low cost hand dryer can be obtained.

  The hand drying apparatus of the present invention converts a high-pressure air flow generated by the high-pressure air flow generator into a high-speed air flow and ejects it, and blows off moisture adhering to the hand by the kinetic energy of the high-speed air flow. The jet nozzle for jetting a high-speed air flow has a width dimension of 100 mm to 140 mm and is opposed to the pair in the longitudinal direction with a blow angle of 20 to 40 degrees with respect to the vertical direction. A high-speed air stream from each of the jet nozzles is collided to generate a working air stream that blows away moisture from the hand.

  A pair of jet nozzles for jetting high-speed airflow is provided in the manual insertion direction. The front ejection nozzle has the blowing direction of the ejection nozzle obliquely rearward with respect to the manual insertion direction, and the rear ejection nozzle has the blowing direction of the ejection nozzle obliquely forward with respect to the manual insertion direction. A high-speed air flow from each of these jet nozzles is collided downward to generate a working air current that blows away moisture from the hand.

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The present embodiment shown in FIGS. 1 to 8 relates to a hand drying device that blows wet hands after cleaning with the kinetic energy of air and dries hygienically. FIG. 1 is a longitudinal side view, FIG. Is a longitudinal front view, FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional plan view, FIG. 4 is a perspective view showing the whole, FIG. 5 is an explanatory diagram showing the distribution of air volume and wind speed in a single ejection nozzle, and FIG. 6 is a pair of ejection nozzles FIG. 7 is a longitudinal side view showing an ejection nozzle, and FIG. 8 is a longitudinal front view showing another ejection nozzle. As shown in FIG. 4, this hand dryer is configured by incorporating functional parts into a kamaboko-shaped box 1. The box 1 is configured with an arc surface as a front surface, a flat surface as a mounting surface on the back surface, and a fore edge as a top surface and a bottom surface. 3 is defined.

  Of the three sections, the uppermost stage is an intake air chamber 4, the middle stage is a blower room 6 incorporating a high-pressure airflow generator 5, and the lowermost stage is a chamber room 7 for accumulating high-pressure airflow. The suction air chamber 4 and the blower chamber 6 communicate with each other through a suction opening 8 opened in the center of the partition member 2, and both the chamber chamber 7 and the blower chamber 6 communicate with each other through a blow hole 9 opened in the partition member 2. Yes. As shown in FIG. 1, a jet nozzle 10 that blows out the high-pressure air flow in the chamber 7 as a high-speed air flow is provided on the bottom surface of the box 1. The ejection nozzle 10 is provided with a pair in the front-rear direction with respect to the manual insertion direction (direction from the front side to the back side). The front ejection nozzle 10 has the blowing direction of the ejection nozzle 10 directed obliquely backward with respect to the manual insertion direction, and the rear ejection nozzle 10 has the blowing direction of the ejection nozzle 10 directed obliquely forward with respect to the manual insertion direction. The air currents from both the jet nozzles 10 collide below the jet nozzles 10 and become a working air current 11 directed almost right below to blow away moisture from the hand (see FIG. 1).

  The high-pressure airflow generator 5 is composed of an electric blower used for a vacuum cleaner, and is incorporated in the blower chamber 6 with the suction port upward and the rotation shaft in the vertical direction. As shown in FIG. 2, the air sucked by the rotation of the turbo fan 12 arranged facing the suction port is ejected in the circumferential direction, and is returned to the outer periphery by the return flow path 13 provided at the lower part of the turbo fan 12. The direction of the flow is changed from the direction to the center direction, and the air is blown out from the motor blower hole 15 in the outer peripheral portion of the drive motor 14 arranged in the lower portion thereof in the outer peripheral direction.

  The bearing portion of the drive motor 14 has a cylindrical convex shape, and a rubber bush 16 is fitted as shown in FIG. The rubber bush 16 has a groove provided on the outer periphery in a hole formed in the substantially center of the partition member 2 that partitions the blower chamber 6 and the chamber 7 and puts the drive motor 14 in a vibration-proof state. I support it. The partition member 2 is provided with four air holes 9 on the circumference so as to surround the rubber bush 16 so as to connect the blower chamber 6 and the chamber chamber 7. The total area of the four air holes 9 is set equal to or larger than the area of the motor air holes 15 of the drive motor 14.

  On the suction port side of the high-pressure airflow generator 5, a donut ring-shaped cushion material 17 is attached to a suction opening 8 opened substantially at the center of the partition member 2 that partitions the blower chamber 6 and the suction air chamber 4. It is pressed against the material 17 and fixed in a vibration-proof state. A sound absorbing material 18 is affixed to the suction air chamber 4 side of the partition member 2 that partitions the suction air chamber 4 and the circuit space 3, and a control circuit 19 is incorporated in the circuit space 3.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the suction air passage 20 leading to the suction air chamber 4 is provided vertically in the left and right corners between the high-pressure airflow generator 5 and the box body 1. The room air sucked from the suction port 21 on the bottom surface of the body 1 goes to the suction air chamber 4 through the left and right suction air passages 20. The outlet end of the suction air passage 20 faces the sound absorbing material 18 of the partition member 2 constituting the ceiling of the suction air chamber 4.

  When the high-pressure airflow generator 5 is operated, room air is sucked into the left and right suction air passages 20 from the suction port 21. The room air that hits the sound absorbing material 18 from the outlet end of the suction air passage 20 and is changed in direction by approximately 90 degrees and enters the suction air chamber 4 is sucked into the fan suction port through the suction opening 8. Further, the flow is changed from the outer peripheral direction to the central direction by the return flow path 13 which is jetted in the circumferential direction by the turbo fan 12 rotating at the lower part of the fan suction port and provided at the lower part of the turbo fan 12. The air is blown in the outer peripheral direction from the motor air blowing hole 15 in the outer peripheral portion of the drive motor 14 disposed in the lower part thereof. Since the drive motor 14 is small and has a high output, it generates a large amount of heat, and cooling is performed by the air flow passing through the drive motor 14, so that the high-pressure air flow ejected from the motor blower hole 15 is heated. The blower chamber 6 becomes a high static pressure.

  The high-pressure air flow in the blower chamber 6 enters the chamber chamber 7 through the blow hole 9 of the partition member 2, is converted into a high-speed air flow by the ejection nozzle 10, and is ejected downward from the bottom surface of the box 1. A high-speed air flow is ejected obliquely backward with respect to the hand insertion direction from the front ejection nozzle 10, and a high-speed air flow is ejected obliquely forward with respect to the hand insertion direction from the rear ejection nozzle 10. The high-speed airflow from 10 collides below the ejection nozzle 10 to form a working airflow 11 that blows away moisture from the hand. By holding the wet hand over the working airflow 11, moisture attached to the hand is blown off, and the wet hand is quickly dried.

  The fan suction side noise generated from the high-pressure airflow generator 5 is radiated from the fan suction port, but is absorbed by the sound absorbing material 18 attached to the suction air chamber 4 facing the fan suction port. Further, the direction of noise propagation is bent by approximately 90 degrees from the fan suction port to the suction air chamber 4, and further bent by approximately 90 degrees from the suction air chamber 4 to the suction air passage 20. Since the noise radiated downward from the suction port 21 at the tip is radiated in the direction farthest from the user's ear, the noise in actual use is small.

  In the present embodiment, the distance between the partition member 2 and the sound absorbing material 18 is as narrow as about 10 mm, and the sound absorbing material 18 is a urethane home material having a thickness of about 20 mm, and therefore can absorb sound very efficiently. Further, the fan blow-out side noise is radiated in the outer peripheral direction from the motor blower hole 15 in the outer peripheral portion of the drive motor 14. The blowing noise in the blower chamber 6 is radiated into the chamber chamber 7 from the blowing hole 9 of the partition member 2, but is reduced by the propagation direction changing to approximately 90 degrees and propagating to the chamber chamber 7. The noise is further reduced at the nozzle 10 and emitted in the direction farthest from the user's ear, below the box 1. The high-pressure airflow generator 5 has low vibration noise because the upper and lower sides are both supported in a vibration-proof state. The suction air passage 20 is disposed in a dead space at a corner where the rectangular box 1 and the cylindrical high-pressure airflow generator 5 are in contact with each other, and contributes to downsizing of the device.

The high pressure airflow generator 5 of the hand dryer is shown as an electric blower having the following specifications used in an inexpensive electric vacuum cleaner that is mass-produced. That is, the outer diameter of the high-pressure airflow generator 5 is approximately φ120, the axial length is 80 mm, and the mass is 780 g. The blade shape is an outer diameter of φ90, a blade width of 10 mm, an air volume of 1.2 m 3 / min, a static pressure of 10000 Pa, a rotational speed of 30000 r / m, and a noise of 80 dB. The drive motor 14 is an AC commutator motor, is small in size, has a high output and generates a large amount of heat, and the high-speed air flow ejected from the blowout nozzle 10 is also warmed and has a good dry feeling.

On the other hand, the specifications of the high-pressure airflow generator used in the conventional hand dryer are an outer diameter of approximately φ140, an axial length of 115 mm, and a mass of 1250 g. The blade shape has an outer diameter of 120, a blade width of 15 mm, an air volume of 1.8 m 3 / min, a static pressure of 8000 Pa, a rotational speed of 20000 r / m, and a noise of 85 dB. The drive motor is an AC commutator motor, and has a low rotational speed, a large size, and a high noise level as compared with the present embodiment. In this example, noise is greatly reduced by techniques such as optimization of the turbofan and the return flow path 13.

  In the high-pressure airflow generator 5 that is proportional in size, when the rotation speed is the same, the air volume is proportional to the square of the blade outer diameter and the blade width first, and the static pressure is the square of the blade outer diameter. Proportional. When the rotation speed is changed, the air volume is proportional to the first power of the rotation speed, and the static pressure is proportional to the second power of the rotation speed. For this reason, the blade shape has an outer diameter of φ90, a blade width of 10 mm, and a rotational speed of 30000 r / m. The blade shape has an outer diameter of φ120, the blade width of 15 mm, and the rotational speed of 20000 r / m is 56%. The static pressure is 1.27 times.

  Furthermore, the stress applied to the blade is proportional to the square of the blade outer diameter ratio and the square of the blade width ratio, and is proportional to the square of the rotational speed. For this reason, the stress of a blade having an outer diameter of φ90, a blade width of 10 mm, and a rotation speed of 30000 r / m is the stress of the blade having an outer diameter of φ120, a blade width of 15 mm, and a rotation speed of 20000 r / m. 56%. In addition, the noise is proportional to the eighth power of the blade outer diameter ratio and proportional to the sixth power of the rotation speed ratio, but is equivalent, but as described above, optimization of the turbo fan 12 and the return flow path 13 and the like. As a result of this technological innovation, the noise is reduced by about 5 dB.

  That is, the high-pressure airflow generator 5 has been significantly reduced in size and weight due to technological innovations resulting from high-speed rotation of the AC commutator motor that is the drive motor 14, but the characteristics as a blower are reduced in airflow and static. The pressure was high and the noise was low. The small air volume and high static pressure not only reduce the air passage area and reduce the size, but also reduce the air passage area, thereby enhancing the sound absorption effect and facilitating noise reduction by the sound absorption structure. However, in order to reduce the air volume ejected from the ejection nozzle 10 and improve the drying performance, the speed of the air ejected from the ejection nozzle 10 is increased or two high-pressure airflow generators 5 are used in order to improve the drying performance. The only way is to increase the air volume.

  Here, the noise generated when the high-speed air flow collides with the hand increases as the wind speed ejected from the ejection nozzle 10 increases. Therefore, even if the noise of the hand dryer is reduced, the noise becomes high in the actual use state. Normally, in the case of the single ejection nozzle 10 in this type of hand dryer, the air speed and air volume distribution as shown in FIG. 5 (the width of the arrow in the figure indicates the air volume and the length of the arrow indicates the air speed) The noise when the hand is not inserted is about 70 dB, while the noise when the hand is inserted is about 80 dB, which is about 10 dB. As a countermeasure against this, it is conceivable to increase the air volume and reduce the static pressure to reduce the wind speed ejected from the ejection nozzle 10, but it goes against the downsizing of the high-pressure airflow generator 5. .

  In the present embodiment, in order to reduce the collision sound due to the collision of the high-speed air flow to the hand, the wind speed ejected from the ejection nozzle 10 is reduced to some extent, and the ejection nozzle 10 is used as a twin nozzle in order to increase the air volume. A pair is provided in the front-rear direction with respect to the manual insertion direction. The front ejection nozzle 10 is directed obliquely rearward with respect to the manual insertion direction, the rear ejection nozzle 10 is directed obliquely forward with respect to the manual insertion direction, and the airflow from both ejection nozzles 10 is below the ejection nozzle 10. A working airflow 11 having a wind speed and air volume (the width of the arrow in the figure indicates the air volume and the length of the arrow indicates the wind speed) as shown in FIG. 6 is formed.

  The jet nozzle of the jet nozzle 10 is composed of a small hole array. The small hole 22 has an axial dimension of 10 mm, and 13 small holes 22 having an inner diameter φ3 are opened at a pitch interval of about 10 mm. The distance between the small holes 22 at both ends is about 120 mm. The space | interval of the small hole 22 of a pair of jet nozzle 10 which opposes is 16 mm, The ventilation direction is about 20 to 40 degree | times with respect to the perpendicular direction. A high-speed air flow having a wind speed of about 130 m / s (static pressure of the small hole 22 of 10,000 Pa) is ejected from the small hole 22. In this case, the actual noise with the hand inserted is only about 5 dB higher than the noise with no hand inserted. The air volume of the working airflow 11 in the part that hits the hand is after the collision of the high-speed airflow of the two ejection nozzles 10 and is increased by attraction. The row width of the small holes 22 is about 120 mm, but if the row width is 100 mm or less, the working airflow 11 is not effectively applied to the hand, so the drying performance is bad. This does not improve performance, but leads to an increase in the size of the device.

  The interval between the opposed ejection nozzles 10 is 15 mm or more and 20 mm or less, and the blowing direction is about 20 to 40 degrees with respect to the vertical direction. Depending on whether to reduce the impact noise and promote noise reduction, it is sufficient to confirm the optimum angle by testing. However, an angle in this range generally gave good results in both drying performance and noise reduction. As described above, the hand dryer of this example has a low-noise, small-sized and light-weight high-pressure airflow generator 5 itself, so that it has a compact configuration and can achieve low noise with a simple sound absorption structure, and is easy to use. It will be good.

  The ejection nozzle 10 may be integrally molded with resin together with the bottom surface of the box 1 as shown in FIG. By chamfering the entrance portion of each small hole 22 and forming the groove shape 23, the airflow can be smoothly introduced without collision with the high-pressure airflow, and noise in this portion can also be reduced. The jet nozzle 10 can be configured by making a hole of φ3 in a resin having a thickness of about 10 mm and chamfering the inlet portion, but is not suitable for mass production. In this regard, as shown in FIG. 8, an injection ring 24 having a small hole 22 having an inner diameter of about φ3, an outer diameter of about φ7 and a length of about 10 mm is integrally formed of resin, and is formed at the entrance of the small hole 22. If the groove shape 23 is provided by chamfering, the pair of ejection nozzles 10 can be integrated, and the productivity can be improved and the cost can be reduced by integrating with the bottom surface of the box 1. Cleanability of the bottom is also improved.

  The form of the ejection nozzle 10 is not limited to the arrangement on the lower surface of the box 1, and is also applied to, for example, a double-blowing type hand dryer as shown in Japanese Patent Application No. 06-281910. be able to. Moreover, although the example applied to the hand-drying apparatus was shown, if it is a use which skips a water | moisture content etc. with the kinetic energy of air, it can apply also to another thing.

It is a vertical side view of the hand-drying apparatus of embodiment. It is a vertical front view of the hand-drying apparatus of embodiment. It is a cross-sectional top view of the hand dryer of embodiment. It is a see-through | perspective perspective view of the hand dryer of embodiment. It is explanatory drawing which shows distribution of the air volume and the wind speed in the single ejection nozzle in embodiment. It is explanatory drawing which shows distribution of the air volume and the wind speed in the jet nozzle of the pair structure in embodiment. It is a vertical side view which shows the ejection nozzle of embodiment. It is a vertical front view which shows another ejection nozzle.

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  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Box, 2 Partition member, 4 Suction air chamber, 5 High pressure airflow generator, 6 Blower chamber, 7 Chamber chamber, 10 Injecting nozzle, 11 Working airflow, 16 Rubber bush, 18 Sound absorbing material, 20 Suction air path, 22 Small hole, 23 groove shape.

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  1.   A hand-drying device that converts high-pressure airflow generated by a high-pressure airflow generator into high-speed airflow and ejects it, and blows off moisture adhering to the hands by the kinetic energy of the high-speed airflow. The nozzles are configured to have a width of 100 mm to 140 mm and are opposed to each other with a pair of blow angles in the longitudinal direction, and a high-speed air flow from each of the jet nozzles is collided to generate a working air current that blows away moisture from the hand. Hand dryer.
  2.   A hand-drying device that converts high-pressure airflow generated by a high-pressure airflow generator into high-speed airflow and ejects it, and blows off moisture adhering to the hands by the kinetic energy of the high-speed airflow. A pair of nozzles are provided in the front-rear direction with respect to the manual insertion direction, the ejection nozzle on the front side thereof is set obliquely rearward with respect to the manual insertion direction, and the rear ejection nozzle is defined with respect to the manual insertion direction. A hand drying device that generates a working airflow that blows away moisture of the hand by causing the air blowing direction of the jet nozzle to be obliquely forward and causing a high-speed air flow from each jet nozzle to collide downward.
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