JP2009287131A - Rotor for pulper production apparatus and pulper apparatus having such rotor - Google Patents

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JP2009287131A
JP2009287131A JP2008138460A JP2008138460A JP2009287131A JP 2009287131 A JP2009287131 A JP 2009287131A JP 2008138460 A JP2008138460 A JP 2008138460A JP 2008138460 A JP2008138460 A JP 2008138460A JP 2009287131 A JP2009287131 A JP 2009287131A
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Yujiro Deguchi
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a rotor for a pulper production apparatus which causes little vibration of the pulper production apparatus and has good energy efficiency. <P>SOLUTION: The rotor for the pulper production apparatus includes a rotor body part 1a having a plurality of blade parts 1c ...; a substantially conical cap part 6 in a shape widened from the upper part to the lower part, installed on the rotor body part 1a so as to form a rotary axis ax as an apex or nearly as the apex; and a plurality of pump blade parts 10 ... installed on the side periphery S6 of the cap part 6 so as to direct from anintermediate position of the side periphery S6 of the cap part 6 to each of the plurality of the blade parts 1c ... installed in an outer part of the rotor body part 1a so as to be bent in a convex shape based on the rotation direction of the rotor body part 1a. The wall surface Wb at the rear position of each rotor body part 1a of the plurality of the pump blade parts 10 ... in the rotation direction is tilted in a shape widened toward the end from the upper part of each of the plurality of the pump blade parts to the lower part direction thereof. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2010,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a rotor for a pulper manufacturing apparatus and a pulper apparatus including such a rotor, and in particular, a rotor for a pulper manufacturing apparatus with less vibration, energy efficiency and easy maintenance of the pulper manufacturing apparatus. The present invention relates to a pulper device including such a rotor.

  When recycling corrugated cardboard, used paper, and other papers (raw materials), a pulper device is used.

  FIG. 11 is a partially cutaway perspective view schematically showing an example of such a conventional pulper device.

  FIG. 12 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the pulper device shown in FIG.

  As shown in each of FIGS. 11 and 12, the conventional pulper device Pc is a disaggregation tank (also referred to as a storage tank or tab; hereinafter simply referred to as a disaggregation tank) 102, a rotor 101, and a mesh plate ( Also referred to as a strainer or an extraction plate, hereinafter simply referred to as a mesh plate)) 104.

  In FIG. 11, members denoted by 105a and 105b are corrugated cardboard, used paper and other papers (raw materials) and their pulverized intermediate materials that are accommodated in the disaggregation tank 102 when the rotor 101 is driven to rotate. In addition, the guide member is prepared so that the slurry of pulverized material and water goes in the direction of the rotor 101 in the disaggregation tank 102.

  The rotor 101 is rotatably provided on a discharge port h102b at the bottom of the disaggregation tank 102 by a rotation driving means (not shown) such as an electric motor.

  The rotor 101 includes a rotor main body 101a, a plurality of blade portions 101c, and a plurality of blade portions 101c provided so as to project outward from the rotor main body portion 101a. A disaggregating blade (also referred to as a raw material cutting blade) 109... And a disaggregating blade (also referred to as a raw material cutting blade) provided at the front end in the rotational direction of the rotor 101. Hereinafter, it is simply referred to as a disaggregating blade.) 109..., Provided to protrude above each of the rotating flow generating members 110.

  The mesh plate 104 is provided at a position below the rotor 101 and on the discharge port h102b so as to cover the discharge port h102b.

  The disaggregation tank 102 is provided with a raw material input port h102a into which corrugated cardboard, used paper and other paper (raw material) are input.

  In addition, the disaggregation tank 102 includes a discharge port h102b for discharging the recycled material (slurry) at the lower part.

  Moreover, the disaggregation tank 102 is provided with the upper storage tank part 102a and the lower storage tank part 102b connected below the upper storage tank part 102a.

  In the disaggregation tank 102, in consideration of the discharge efficiency of the recycled material (slurry), the upper storage tank part 102a has a cylindrical body shape or a substantially cylindrical body shape, and the lower storage tank part 102b has a conical shape or It has a generally conical shape, and has a hopper shape as a whole.

  The mesh holes (through holes) of the mesh plate (extraction plate) 104 are sized in accordance with the size (standard) of the fibers contained in the recycled material (slurry) to be manufactured.

  Next, a method for producing a recycled material (slurry) from cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) using the pulper device Pc will be described.

  Here, a method for producing a batch-type recycled material (slurry) will be described.

  First, the discharge port h102b of the disaggregation tank 102 is closed.

  Next, corrugated cardboard, used paper and other paper (raw material) and water are accommodated from the raw material input port h102a.

  Next, power is supplied to the pulper device Pc, and the rotor 101 is rotationally driven.

  Then, corrugated cardboard, used paper, and other papers (raw materials) are cut or crushed by the disaggregating blade 109.

  Corrugated cardboard, used paper, and other paper (raw material) can be used in cooperation with the rotor body 101a and the mesh plate 104 (grinding or grinding between the lower surface of the rotor body 101a and the upper surface of the mesh plate 104) It is made fine by the cooperation of the blades 109 and the mesh plate 104 (grinding and pulverization between the lower surfaces of the disaggregating blades 109 and the upper surface of the mesh plate 104).

  Further, when the rotor 101 is driven to rotate, the corrugated cardboard, the used paper, and other papers (raw materials) and the pulverized intermediate products and the slurry of the pulverized product and water stored in the disaggregation tank 102 are generated in the rotor 101 and the rotational flow. By the members 110..., A spiral flow is generated, which moves from the rotor 101 and the rotating flow generation member 110... Toward the inner wall surface of the disaggregation tank 102, and again the rotor 101 due to the effects of the water flow guiding members 105 a and 105 b. To be sent in the direction.

  When the recycled material (slurry) is manufactured in a batch system, the rotor 101 agitates, crushes, and crushes water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw material) stored in the disaggregation tank 102 for a predetermined time. After that, the discharge port h102b is opened while the rotor 101 is rotated.

  As a result, a solution (slurry) containing fibers smaller than the meshes of the mesh plate 104 is discharged from the discharge port h102b.

  In the above description, the batch type recycled material (slurry) manufacturing method has been described. However, when the recycled material (slurry) is manufactured continuously, a predetermined mesh plate 104 is mounted on the outlet h102b, The discharge port h102b is opened, the rotor 101 is driven to rotate, cardboard, waste paper or other paper (raw material) and water are continuously supplied from the raw material input port h102a to the disaggregation tank 102, and continuously from the discharge port h102b. In addition, a solution (slurry) containing fibers smaller than the mesh of the mesh plate 104 is discharged.

  By the way, when the rotor 101 is driven to rotate the corrugated cardboard, the used paper and other papers (raw materials) and water stored in the disaggregation tank 102 using the pulper device Pc, the disaggregation tank is used. 102 vibrates. When the disaggregation tank 102 vibrates, there is a problem that noise is generated, and energy efficiency of agitation, pulverization, and mashing of water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other papers (raw materials) is deteriorated.

  As a technique for preventing the vibration of the disaggregation tank 102 of the pulper device Pc and improving the energy efficiency of agitation, crushing, and grinding of water, cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw materials) accommodated in the disaggregation tank 102 A rotor with a part has already been proposed.

  FIG. 13 is a plan view schematically showing an example of a conventional rotor provided with such pump blades.

  For ease of explanation, among the constituent members of the rotor 201 shown in FIG. 13, the constituent members corresponding to the constituent members of the rotor 101 shown in FIG. The code | symbol corresponded to the code | symbol attached | subjected to the structural member is attached | subjected, and the description is abbreviate | omitted.

  14 shows one blade portion 101c of the plurality of blade portions 101c... Of the rotor 201 shown in FIG. 13, the disaggregating blade 109 and the pump provided on the one blade portion 101b. It is a perspective view centering on a blade | wing part.

  In addition, in each of FIG.13 and FIG.14, the member shown with the code | symbol 210 is a pump blade | wing part.

  Of the rotor disaggregation blades that do not have the pump blades 210..., The lower half generally functions as the disaggregation blade, and the upper half generally does not function as the disaggregation blade. It is a resistance (load) to the flow of water generated in the disaggregation tank 102 when it is rotated and stirred, crushed, and crushed.

  On the other hand, the rotor 201 provided with the pump blade portion 210 rotates and drives the rotor 201 to stir, pulverize, and crush the corrugated cardboard, used paper and other paper (raw material) and water accommodated in the disaggregation tank 102. As a result of the effect of the pump blades 210..., The corrugated cardboard, the used paper and other papers (raw materials) and water can be efficiently stirred. As a result, the height of each of the disaggregating blades 109. It can be made lower than the height of the disaggregating blade of the rotor not having 210.

  As a result, the pulper device (not shown) including the rotor 201 having the pump blades 210... Can reduce the load applied to the disaggregation blade 109 when the rotor 201 is driven to rotate. Prevents vibration of the disaggregation tank 102 when agitating, crushing, and crushing paper and other paper (raw material), and improving the energy efficiency of agitation, crushing, and crushing of water, corrugated cardboard and other paper (raw material) be able to.

  FIG. 15 is a plan view schematically showing another example of a conventional rotor provided with pump blade portions.

  For ease of explanation, among the constituent members of the rotor 301 shown in FIG. 15, the constituent members corresponding to the constituent members of the rotor 101 shown in FIG. 11 are the constituent members of the rotor 101 shown in FIG. The reference numerals corresponding to the reference numerals are attached and description thereof is omitted.

  In FIG. 15, a member denoted by reference numeral 310 is a pump blade portion.

  In this rotor 301, pump blade portions 310... Are provided every other plurality of blade portions 101c.

  FIG. 16 is a plan view schematically showing another example of a conventional rotor provided with pump blade portions.

  For ease of explanation, among the constituent members of the rotor 401 shown in FIG. 16, the constituent members corresponding to the constituent members of the rotor 301 shown in FIG. 15 are the constituent members of the rotor 301 shown in FIG. The reference numerals corresponding to the reference numerals are attached and description thereof is omitted.

  The rotor 401 includes pump blade portions 410... In addition to the pump blade portions 310.

  The main purpose of providing the pump blades 410 is to prevent a large piece of material from staying in the vortex caused by the pump blades 310 and not reaching the disaggregation region. Has been.

By the way, when the pump blade part is a plan view of the pump blade part as in the pump blade part 210 provided in the rotor 201, for example, the conventional pump blade part is substantially linear (the pump blade part shown in FIG. 13). 210.) Or, when the pump blade portion is viewed in plan, such as the pump blade portion 310 provided on the rotor 301 and the pump blade portions 310 and 410 provided on the rotor 401, one circle. (See pump blade portion 310 shown in FIG. 15 and pump blade portions 310 and 410 shown in FIG. 15).
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  By the way, for example, a pulper device (not shown) provided with a conventional rotor (see the rotor 201 shown in FIG. 13, the rotor 301 shown in FIG. 15 or the rotor 401 shown in FIG. 16) provided with pump blades is used. , When stirring, pulverizing, or crushing water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank (see disaggregation tank 102 shown in FIG. 10), the rotor (the rotor 201 shown in FIG. When the rotor 301 shown in FIG. 15 or the rotor 401 shown in FIG. 16 is driven to rotate, the pulser device Pc provided with a rotor (see the rotor 101 shown in FIG. 11) that does not have a conventional pump blade portion is provided. Compared to when stirring, pulverizing, and crushing water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw materials) contained in a disaggregation tank (see disaggregation tank 102 shown in FIG. 11). Although the vibration of the disaggregation tank (refer to the disaggregation tank 102 shown in FIG. 11) can be reduced to some extent, the vibration of the disaggregation tank (refer to the disaggregation tank 102 shown in FIG. 11) has not yet been sufficiently reduced. There was a problem.

  That is, using a pulper device (not shown) provided with a conventional rotor (see rotor 201 shown in FIG. 13, rotor 301 shown in FIG. 15 or rotor 401 shown in FIG. 16) provided with a pump blade part. When stirring, pulverizing, or crushing water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in a tank (see the disaggregation tank 102 shown in FIG. 11), the rotor (the rotor 201 shown in FIG. 13, FIG. 15) is used. When the rotor 301 shown in FIG. 16 or the rotor 401 shown in FIG. 16 is driven to rotate, the disaggregation tank (see disaggregation tank 102 shown in FIG. 11) vibrates and generates noise. There was a problem that the energy efficiency of stirring, pulverization and mashing of other papers (raw materials) was not yet sufficient.

  FIG. 17 shows a typical attachment structure as a conventional structure for attaching a disaggregating blade to a blade portion of a rotor, and a pulper device (not shown) including a rotor 301 having a conventional pump blade portion 310 shown in FIG. The rotor 310 was driven to rotate in order to stir, pulverize, and crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw materials) contained in the disaggregation tank (see the disaggregation tank 102 shown in FIG. 10). It is sectional drawing explaining the problem which arises in the case typically.

  In FIG. 17, an arrow fl schematically shows the flow of water generated in the disaggregation tank 102 when the conventional rotor is rotationally driven.

  Moreover, in FIG. 17, the white arrow has shown the rotation direction of the rotor (rotor main-body part).

  Referring to FIG. 17, in the rotor 301 having the conventional pump blade portion, the wall surface Wb that is the rear position with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor 301 of the plurality of pump blade portions 310. In the direction.

  This will be explained more specifically. In the rotor 301 having the conventional pump blade portion 310, the wall surface Wb which is the rear position with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor 301 of the plurality of pump blade portions 310. The angle θc with the surface S101b of the blade portion 101b is an angle (acute angle) of 90 ° C. or less (θc is ≦ 90 degrees).

  As a result, the water and the corrugated cardboard, the used paper, and other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank (see the disaggregation tank 102 shown in FIG. 11) are stirred using a conventional pulper device including a rotor having pump blades. When the rotor is rotationally driven for crushing and crushing, water, corrugated cardboard, and waste paper are placed behind the wall surface at the rear of the rotation direction of each rotor of the plurality of pump blades 101c. A spiral flow (turbulent flow) is generated in a mixture of other paper (raw material) that is stirred and mixed.

  Spiral flow of water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw materials) stirred and mixed behind the wall surface Wb, which is the rear position with respect to the rotational direction of each rotor of the plurality of pump blade portions 101c. When (turbulent flow) occurs, this spiral flow (turbulent flow) becomes a force (negative force) that prevents the rotor from rotating in the rotation direction, making it impossible to rotate the rotor smoothly. The disaggregation tank (see disaggregation tank 102 shown in FIG. 11) vibrates, and the energy efficiency of stirring, crushing, and grinding of water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other papers (raw materials) is deteriorated.

  Moreover, the conventional pump blade part 210 shown in FIG.13 and FIG.14 is substantially linear, when the pump blade part 210 is planarly viewed.

  Moreover, the conventional pump blade portions 310 and 410 shown in FIGS. 15 and 16 have an arc shape obtained by cutting out a part of one circle when the pump blade portions 310 and 410 are viewed in plan.

  For example, the conventional pump blade portion 310 shown in FIG. 15 has an arc shape obtained by cutting a part of a circle having a radius R0 around the center point c0.

  For this reason, the rotor is rotated to stir, pulverize, and crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw materials) accommodated in a disaggregation tank using a conventional pulper device having a rotor with pump blades. When driven, the rotational speed of the pump blade is slow at the center of the rotor and fast at the outer periphery of the rotor, and the load on the outer periphery of the rotor of the pump blade becomes the load on the center of the rotor of the pump blade. Since the load on the outer periphery of the rotor of the pump blade is large, the rotational driving force of the rotor must be increased when agitating, crushing, and crushing water, cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw materials). There was a problem of not becoming.

  In addition, since the surface of the conventional rotor facing the upper surface of the mesh plate is flat, when the rotor is driven to rotate, the surface of the mesh plate facing the upper surface of the mesh plate and the mesh plate The side where the mixture of water and corrugated paper, used paper or other paper (raw material) stays between the upper surface and the new water and the mixture of cardboard, used paper or other paper (raw material) faces the upper surface of the mesh board As a result of the occurrence of a situation that prevents entry between the surface of the sheet and the upper surface of the mesh plate, the efficiency of crushing and crushing water and corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw materials) is deteriorated. There was a problem that the energy efficiency of water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other papers (raw materials) was deteriorated.

  In addition, in a conventional rotor for a pulper manufacturing apparatus, when a recess is formed on the surface facing the upper surface of the mesh plate, a recess is formed on the surface facing the upper surface of the mesh plate. The new rotor was replaced with a new rotor.

  When the rotor is driven to rotate when stirring, pulverizing, or crushing water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) stored in the disaggregation tank for many years, the present inventor noticeably vibrates the disaggregation tank. Pump blades on the rotor surface that have been engaged for many years in research and development of pulper devices that have reduced energy efficiency of stirring, crushing, and grinding water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw materials) If the shape of the surface of the rotor or the surface of the mesh plate facing the surface of the rotor is devised, the water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw materials) contained in the disaggregation tank will be stirred, crushed, and ground. However, when the rotor is driven to rotate, the vibration of the disaggregation tank can be remarkably reduced, the rotational driving force of the rotor can be reduced, and water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw materials) can be stirred, pulverized, and dried. Efforts were made with the knowledge that the energy efficiency of crushing is high and / or if the surface of the rotor facing the top surface of the mesh plate is devised, the rotor does not have to be replaced with a new rotor. As a result, the present invention has been completed.

  That is, in the present invention, the water contained in the disaggregation tank is devised especially by devising the shape of the pump blade provided on the rotor surface or devising the shape of the surface facing the surface of the mesh plate of the rotor. When agitating, pulverizing, or crushing corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material), the vibration of the pulper manufacturing apparatus is small, the rotational driving force of the rotor can be reduced, and the rotor for the pulper manufacturing apparatus has good energy efficiency. An object of the present invention is to provide a pulper device including such a rotor for a pulper manufacturing device.

  Moreover, in the rotor for the conventional pulper manufacturing apparatus, as shown in FIG. 17, each of the plurality of disaggregating blades 109... Corresponds to the rotational direction of the rotor 301 of each of the plurality of blade portions 101 c. The bolt means v1 is attached to the wall surface Wf at the front position.

  That is, in the rotor for the conventional pulper manufacturing apparatus, as shown in FIG. 17, each of the disaggregating blades 101b... Is forward of the rotation direction of each rotor 301 of the plurality of blade portions 101c. Since the bolt means v1 is attached to the wall surface Wf at the position, the operator needs to replace the disaggregating blade 109 with respect to the wall surface Wf when exchanging the disaggregating blade 109. There is a problem that it is difficult to replace the disaggregating blade 109.

  Further, as the material of the disaggregation blade 109, a material excellent in wear resistance, for example, cobalt (Co) as a main component, about 30% chromium (Cr), 4% to 15% tungsten (W), etc. Alloys such as stellite (“Stellite” is a registered trademark of Deloro Stellite Holdings Corporation) are used.

  However, the disaggregation blade 109 using such a material has a problem that the material cost is high, and a technique for making the disaggregation blade 109 even smaller is required.

  In the present invention, when the disaggregation blade is worn by performing stirring, crushing and crushing operations of water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank, the worn disaggregation blade becomes a new disaggregation blade. It is an object of the present invention to provide a rotor for a pulper manufacturing apparatus and a pulper apparatus including such a rotor for a pulper manufacturing apparatus, which can be easily replaced and the size of the disaggregating blade is reduced. .

  The rotor for the pulper device according to claim 1 is provided rotatably on the upper part of the mesh plate provided so as to cover the discharge port of the disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water. A rotor body portion having a plurality of blade portions, a substantially conical cap portion which is provided on the rotor body portion so as to have the rotation axis as an apex or substantially an apex, and spreads downward from above to below; On the side peripheral surface, from the position in the middle of the side peripheral surface of the cap portion, toward the rotation direction of the rotor main body portion, toward each of the plurality of blade portions provided outside the rotor main body portion, A plurality of pump blade portions provided so as to be curved in a convex shape, and a plurality of pump blade portions each having a wall position at a rear position with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor body portion of the plurality of pump blade portions. From top to bottom of each blade I am inclined to divergent shape.

The rotor for the pulper device according to claim 2 is provided rotatably on the upper part of the mesh plate provided so as to cover the discharge port of the disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water. A rotor body portion having a plurality of blade portions, and a substantially conical cap portion that is provided on the rotor body portion so as to have the rotation axis as a vertex or a substantially vertex, and has a shape that spreads downward from above.
On the side peripheral surface of the cap part, in the rotational direction of the rotor body part so as to go to each of the plurality of blade parts provided outside the rotor body part from a position in the middle of the side peripheral surface of the cap part. On the other hand, provided with a plurality of pump blade portions provided so as to be curved in a convex shape, the curvature of each of the plurality of pump blade portions is the center of the rotor body portion when the pump blade portion is viewed in plan view. It increases from the side to the outside.

  The rotor for the pulper device according to claim 3 is provided on a plurality of mesh plates provided so as to cover a discharge port of a disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water, and is rotatably provided by a rotating shaft. A plurality of concave grooves formed on the surface of the plurality of blade portions provided on the outer side of the rotor body portion on the side facing the upper surface of the mesh plate. Each of the plurality of concave grooves provided on the surface of the plurality of blade portions provided on the outer side of the rotor main body portion on the side facing the upper surface of each mesh plate. A plurality of blades provided on the outer side of the rotor main body from a surface which is a front surface in the rotation direction of the rotor main body of each of the plurality of blades provided on the outer side of the rotor main body. On the rear surface of the rotor body in the rotational direction. And it is provided so as to be inclined toward the outer direction of each of the plurality of blade portions.

  The rotor for the pulper device according to claim 4 is provided on a mesh plate provided so as to cover a discharge port of a disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water, and is rotatably provided by a rotating shaft. A plurality of rotor body portions each having a single blade portion and a plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor body portion, each provided in a vertical direction on each of the surfaces that serve as the front surface in the rotational direction of the rotor body portion. Each of the plurality of disaggregating blades and each of the plurality of disaggregating blades is vertically disposed on each of the plurality of blade portions provided on the outer side of the rotor main body portion, each of which is a front surface in the rotation direction of the rotor main body portion. A plurality of plates for mounting in the direction, each of the plurality of blades provided on the outer side of the rotor body, on the upper surface in the vicinity of the surface serving as the front surface in the rotational direction of the rotor body, Open upward and forward in the rotational direction of the rotor body A plate receiving recess for receiving the plate that opens in the direction, and the width of each of the plurality of plates is determined by the rotational direction of the rotor main body of each of the plurality of blades provided outside the rotor main body. When attached to each of the plurality of plate receiving recesses provided on the upper surface in the vicinity of the front surface, the tension for fixing the disaggregating blade having the same width or substantially the same width as each of the plural disaggregating blades The disaggregating blade of each of the plurality of plates having a size formed by the protruding portion and each of the plurality of disaggregating blades attached to each of the plate accommodating recesses of the plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor main body portion It was made to fix to the lower position of the overhang part for fixing.

  The pulper device according to claim 5 is provided with the rotor for the pulper device according to claims 1 to 4 so as to cover a discharge port of a disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water. The upper part of the mesh plate was provided so as to be rotatable by a rotating shaft.

  The rotor for the pulser device according to claim 1 is configured such that a wall surface at a rear position with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor main body portion of the plurality of pump blade portions extends from an upper portion of each of the plurality of inner pump blade portions. When the rotor is driven to rotate in order to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank as a result of the inclined surface having a divergent shape toward the bottom. Swirling flow (water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw material), which is located behind the wall surface that is the rear position with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor of the plurality of pump blades, The occurrence of turbulence is significantly reduced.

  As a result, if the water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank is stirred, pulverized, or crushed using the rotor for the pulper device, the disaggregation tank will not vibrate easily, and the water and cardboard Energy efficiency of stirring, crushing, and grinding of paper and other paper (raw material) is improved.

  In the rotor for the pulper device according to claim 2, the curvature of each of the plurality of pump blade portions provided so as to be convexly curved with respect to the rotation direction of the rotor main body portion, When viewed from above, the rotor body is enlarged from the center side toward the outside, so when the pump blade is viewed from above, it is roughly straight or a part of one circle is cut off. The load on the outer peripheral side of the rotor of the pump blade portion does not increase like the circular arc shape.

  As a result, if the rotor for this pulper device is used, the rotor when the rotor is driven to rotate in order to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank. The rotational driving force can be reduced.

  In the rotor for the pulper device according to claim 3, a plurality of concave grooves are provided on the surface of each of the plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor main body portion on the side facing the upper surface of the mesh plate. Yes.

  As a result, when the rotor for this pulper device is used, when the rotor is driven to rotate in order to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank, A mixture of water and corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) existing between the surface on the side opposite to the upper surface of the mesh plate and the upper surface of the mesh plate is formed of a plurality of concave grooves and the mesh plate. By cooperation, it is ground efficiently.

  Further, in the rotor for the pulper device, a plurality of concave grooves are formed on the surface of the plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor body portion on the side facing the upper surface of each mesh plate, and a plurality of concave shapes are provided. The plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor main body portion from the surface which is the front surface in the rotation direction of the rotor main body portion of each of the plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor main body portion. These are provided so as to incline toward the outer side of the rotor main body with respect to the rear surface of the rotor main body in the rotational direction.

  As a result, when the rotor for this pulper device is used, when the rotor is driven to rotate in order to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank, A part of the mixture of water and corrugated cardboard, used paper, and other paper (raw material) that exists between the surface of the mesh plate facing the upper surface and the upper surface of the mesh plate is generated when the rotor is driven to rotate. The side that faces the upper surface of the mesh plate when the rotor is driven to rotate as a result of discharging to the outer direction of each of the plurality of blade portions by the centrifugal force to be discharged through each of the plurality of concave grooves Stagnation of water and a mixture of cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw material) existing between the surface of the paper and the upper surface of the mesh plate is reduced.

  That is, if the rotor for this pulper device is used to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank, the mesh plate will be used when the rotor is driven to rotate. As a result of the reduction of the stagnation phenomenon of the mixture of water and corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other papers (raw materials) existing between the surface opposite to the top surface of the mesh plate and the top surface of the mesh plate, new water, corrugated cardboard and waste paper, etc. The mixture of paper (raw materials) smoothly enters between the surface on the side facing the upper surface of the mesh plate and the upper surface of the mesh plate, so that water, cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw materials) are stirred. The energy efficiency of grinding and grinding is improved.

  The rotor for a pulper device according to claim 4 is configured such that the disaggregating blade is an upper surface in the vicinity of a surface that is a front surface in the rotation direction of the rotor body portion of each of the plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor body portion. And fixed to a plate attached to a plate receiving recess for receiving the plate, which is opened upward and opened in the front surface direction of the rotation direction of the rotor body, and is attached to each of the plurality of blade portions. Since the disaggregating blade can be replaced on the upper surface side of each of the plurality of blade portions, the disaggregating blade can be easily replaced.

  In the rotor for the pulper device, since the disaggregating blade is attached below the plate, each of the plural disaggregating blades is set to a front position with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor of the plurality of blade portions. Compared with the case where it attaches to the wall surface which becomes, the size of the disaggregation blade can be reduced by the thickness of the plate.

  In the pulper device according to claim 5, the rotor for the pulper device according to any one of claims 1 to 4 is configured to cover a discharge port of a disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water. Since this pulper device is provided on the upper part of the provided mesh plate so as to be rotatable by a rotating shaft, this pulper device is used for stirring, crushing, and crushing water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw material) contained in a disaggregation tank. In addition, the vibration of the pulper manufacturing device is small, the rotational driving force of the rotor can be reduced, the energy efficiency is high, and the blades can be replaced on the upper surface side of each of the blades. Compared to the case where the work of exchanging the disaggregating blade can be performed easily and each of the plural disaggregating blades is attached to the wall surface at the front position with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor of the plurality of blade portions, the thickness of the plate is reduced. Just a minute It is possible to reduce the size of the blade.

  Hereinafter, an example of the pulper device according to the present invention will be described in more detail with reference to the drawings.

  FIG. 1 is a partially cutaway perspective view schematically showing an example of a pulper device according to the present invention.

  FIG. 2 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the pulper device shown in FIG.

  This pulper device P has the same configuration as the conventional pulper device Pc shown in each of FIGS. 10 and 11 except that the configuration of the rotor is different.

  That is, as shown in each of FIGS. 1 and 2, the pulper device P is a disaggregation tank (also referred to as a storage tank or a tab; hereinafter simply referred to as a disaggregation tank) 2, a rotor 1, and a mesh plate. (Also referred to as a strainer or an extraction plate. Hereinafter, simply referred to as a mesh plate).

  In FIG. 2, the members indicated by 5a and 5b are corrugated cardboard, used paper and other paper (raw materials) stored in the disaggregation tank 2 when the rotor 1 is driven to rotate, The guide member is prepared so that the slurry of the pulverized product and water goes in the direction of the rotor 1 in the disaggregation tank 2.

  The mesh plate 4 is provided at a position below the rotor 1 and on the outlet h2b so as to cover the outlet h2b.

  The disaggregation tank 2 is provided with a raw material input port h2a into which cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw material) are input.

  Moreover, the disaggregation tank 2 is provided with a discharge port h2b for discharging the recycled material (slurry) at the bottom.

  Moreover, the disaggregation tank 2 is provided with the upper storage tank part 2a and the lower storage tank part 102b connected to the downward direction of the upper storage tank part 2a.

  In the disaggregation tank 2, in consideration of the discharge efficiency of the recycled material (slurry), the upper storage tank part 2a has a cylindrical body shape or a substantially cylindrical body shape, and the lower storage tank part 2b has a conical shape or It has a generally conical shape, and has a hopper shape as a whole.

  In the pulper device P, the configuration of the rotor 1 is different from the configuration of the rotor used in the conventional pulper device Pc.

  FIG. 3 is a perspective view schematically showing the configuration of the rotor (the rotor 1 used in the pulper device P) according to the present invention.

  In FIG. 3, white arrows indicate the rotation direction of the rotor 1.

  FIG. 4 is a plan view schematically showing a state in which the rotor 1 shown in FIG. 3 is viewed downward from its upper position.

  In FIG. 4, white arrows indicate the rotation direction of the rotor 1.

  FIG. 5A is a plan view schematically showing a state in which the cap portion of the rotor 1 is removed as viewed downward from its upper position, and FIG. 5B is a plan view showing the cap portion. It is a top view which shows roughly the state seen below from the upper position.

  The rotor 1 for the pulper device P has a discharge port (see FIG. 1 and FIG. 2) for a disaggregation tank (see disaggregation tank 2 shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2) that contains paper to be pulped and water. On the outlet h2b.) On the outlet h2b.

  The rotor 1 is provided on the rotor body 1a so as to have the rotor body 1a having a plurality of blades 1c,. A substantially conical cap portion 6 and a side circumferential surface S6 of the cap portion 6 are projected outward from the rotor body portion 1a from a position (starting end) p1 in the middle of the side circumferential surface S6 of the cap portion 6. Are provided so as to be convexly curved with respect to the rotation direction of the rotor main body 1a so as to go to each of the rear end portions e1c... Of each of the plurality of blade portions 1c. And a plurality of pump blade portions 10.

  Each of the plurality of blade portions 1c... Has a position (starting end) p1... In the middle of the side circumferential surface S6 of the cap portion 6 on the circumference of a certain radius around the rotation axis ax. Are provided at the same interval.

  In this rotor 1, as shown in FIG. 5 (a), a part 10 a... Of each of the plurality of blades 1 c... Is integrally formed with the rotor body 1 a. Is formed.

  In the rotor 1, as shown in FIG. 5B, a part 10 b of each of the plurality of blade parts 1 c is integrally formed with the cap part 6. Is formed.

  And in this rotor 1, cap part 6 is provided on rotor main part 1a, bolt hole h4 ... provided in rotor main part 1a, and bolt hole h3 ... provided in cap part 6. When the bolt holes h4 ... provided in the rotor body 1a and the bolt holes h3 ... provided in the cap part 6 are fixed using bolt means v2 ... Each of the blade portions 1c... And each of the plurality of blade portions 1c... Have a continuous shape, and the plurality of pump blade portions 10. ... are formed.

  Each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10... Has a wall surface Wb that is a rear position with respect to the rotation direction of the rotor body portion 1a. Inclined.

  Further, the curvature of each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10... Provided in the rotor 1 is outside from the center ax side of the rotor main body portion 1a when each of the pump blade portions 10. It is getting bigger toward.

  More specifically, in this example, the arc on the center side of each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10... Is an arc obtained by cutting a part of a circle with a radius R2 around the center point c1. The arcs on the outer sides of each of the pump blades 10... Are arcs obtained by cutting out a part of a circle having a radius R3 (radius R3 <radius R2) shorter than the length of the radius R2 around the center point c2. By connecting the two arcs so that they have a continuous curve, the curvature of each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10. The rotor main body 1a increases from the center ax side toward the outside.

  FIG. 6 is a schematic bottom view of the rotor 1.

  In FIG. 6, white arrows indicate the rotation direction of the rotor 1.

  A member having a plurality of concave grooves (also referred to as a grind plate or a slashing plate. Hereinafter, simply referred to as a member having a plurality of concave grooves) 7... ing.

  In FIG. 6, the members 7... Having a plurality of concave grooves are actually provided with bolt holes and bolt means (the bolt holes h5 shown in FIG. The bolt means v3 shown in FIG. 7 (c) is attached.) In FIG. 6, illustration of such bolt means and bolt holes is omitted.

  In FIG. 6, a member denoted by 11 represents a dust removing plate.

  FIG. 7A is a plan view schematically showing the surface of the member having a plurality of concave grooves provided on the bottom surface of the rotor 1 on the side facing the top surface of the mesh plate. FIG. 7B is a schematic cross-sectional view taken along line BB in FIG. 7A, and FIG. 7C shows a member 7 having a plurality of concave grooves on the back surface of the rotor 1. FIG. 8 is a schematic cross-sectional view taken along the line CC in FIG.

  The rotor 1 has a plurality of concave grooves 7a on the surface on the side facing the upper surface of each mesh plate (see mesh plate 4 shown in FIG. 1) of the plurality of blade portions 1c. ... Having members 7 are provided.

  In this rotor 1, the members 7, each having a plurality of concave grooves 7 a, each have a bolt hole h 5, and contain a plurality of members provided on the back surface of the rotor 1. It is attached in each of the recesses h6... Using bolt means v3.

  Each of the members 7... Having a plurality of concave grooves 7 a has a parallelogram shape or a substantially parallelogram shape in plan view.

  Each of the plurality of concave grooves 7a is provided so as to be inclined.

  More specifically, each of the plurality of concave grooves 7a... Has a plurality of concave grooves with respect to the pair of sides LS1 and LS2 that are opposed to the parallelogram-shaped member 7. 7a ... and a pair of sides LS1, LS2 arranged opposite to each other in parallel parallelism, each of the intersections pc1 ... of one side LS1 is in the vicinity of the side SS1, Each of the concave grooves 7a... And each of the intersections pc2... Between the pair of sides LS1 arranged opposite to each other in the parallelogram are provided so as to be inclined so as to be in the vicinity of the side SS2. ing.

  Each of the members 7... Having a plurality of concave grooves 7 a is opposed to the upper surface of each mesh plate of the plurality of blade portions 1 c. When mounted on the surface of the rotor main body 1a, each of the plurality of concave grooves 7a... Of each of the plurality of blades 1c. The rotation direction of the rotor main body 1a of each of the plurality of blade portions 1c... Provided so as to project outward from the surface Sf. Are provided so as to be inclined in the outward direction of each of the plurality of blade portions 1c...

  Moreover, FIG. 8 shows a disaggregation tank (disaggregation tank 2 shown in FIG.1 and FIG.2) using the attachment structure of the disaggregation blade to the blade | wing part 1c of the rotor 1, and a pulper apparatus (not shown) provided with the rotor 1. FIG. ) Schematically explaining the problems that occur when the rotor is rotated to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in FIG.

  In FIG. 8, the arrow fl schematically shows the flow of water generated in the disaggregation tank 2 when the rotor 1 is driven to rotate.

  In FIG. 8, white arrows indicate the rotation direction of the rotor (rotor main body).

  The rotor 1 includes a plurality of disaggregating blades 9 provided vertically in each of a plurality of blade portions 1c, each of which is a front surface in the rotational direction of the rotor body 1a. Is provided.

  Further, the rotor 1 is configured such that each of the plurality of disaggregating blades 9... Is a front surface in the rotation direction of the rotor body 1 a of each of the plurality of blades 1 c. Each surface is provided with a plurality of plates 8 for mounting in the vertical direction.

  Further, in the rotor 1, each of the plurality of blade portions 1c... Provided in the rotor main body 1a is disposed on each of the upper surfaces in the vicinity of the surface that becomes the front surface in the rotation direction of the rotor main body 1a. Plate receiving recesses h7... For receiving the plates 8... That are open upward and open in the front surface direction of the rotor main body in the rotational direction are provided.

  In the rotor 1, the width W8 of each of the plurality of plates 8 is such that the rotation direction of the rotor body 1 of each of the plurality of blades 1c provided on the rotor body 1a. When attached to each of the plurality of plate receiving recesses h7... Provided on the upper surface in the vicinity of the front surface, the width W9 of each of the plurality of disaggregating blades 9. The protruding portion 8a for fixing the disaggregating blade 9 is formed in a size.

  And in this rotor 1, each of the some disaggregation blade 9 ... was attached to each plate accommodation recessed part h7 ... of the several blade | wing part 1c ... provided in the rotor main-body part 1a. Each of the plurality of plates 8 is fixed at a lower position of the overhang portion 8a for fixing the disaggregating blades 9.

  More specifically, in this rotor 1, each of the plates 8... Is placed in each of the plate receiving recesses h 7... Of the plurality of blade portions 1 c. The projecting portion 8a for fixing the disaggregating blade 9 ... of each of the plurality of plates 8 ... fixed using the bolt means v4 ... and attached to the plate receiving recess h7 ... The disaggregating blades 9... Are fixed to each lower position using bolt means v5.

  FIG. 9A is an exploded perspective view schematically showing a structure for attaching the dust removing plate 11 to the rotor 1, and FIG. 9B is a diagram showing the dust removing plate 11 attached to the rotor 1. It is the rough sectional view which looked at the state in the IX direction in Drawing 9 (a).

  In the rotor 1, a recess h9 for attaching a dust removal plate is formed on the back surface of the rotor body 1a.

  The height H1 of the recess h9 for attaching the dust removal plate is slightly lower than the thickness H2 of the dust removal plate 11 (H1 <H2).

  As a result, when the dust removal plate 11 is attached to the recess h9 for attaching the dust removal plate using the bolt means v6..., A part of the dust removal plate 11 is seen from the back surface of the rotor body 1a. Will protrude.

  If the rotor for this pulper device is used, when the rotor is driven to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank, the rotor main body 1a Dust is caught on a part of the dust removal plate 11 protruding from the back surface.

  In the rotor 1, a plurality of pump blade portions 10 b... Are integrally formed with the cap portion 6 on the cap portion 6, and project outward from the rotor main body portion 1 and the rotor main body portion 1. .. Are formed integrally with the rotor main body 1 and the plurality of blade portions 1c... In the plurality of blade portions 1c. (See FIG. 8).

  Moreover, in this rotor 1, in order to lengthen the lifetime of the several pump blade | wing part 10, the wall surface used as the front surface with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor 1 of the several pump blade | wing part 10a ..., and It is excellent in wear resistance so as to cover each of the wall surfaces (refer to the wall surface W10f shown in FIG. 8) which is the front surface with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor 1 of the plurality of pump blade portions 10b. The plate-like objects 12a and 12b are fixed using bolt means v7.

  In addition, in FIG. 8, in order to lengthen the lifetime of several pump blade | wing part 10 ..., the wall surface used as the front surface with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor 1 of several pump blade | wing part 10a ... And the wear resistance so as to cover each of the wall surfaces (refer to the wall surface W10f shown in FIG. 8) which is the front surface with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor 1 of the plurality of pump blade portions 10b. An example in which an excellent plate-like object 12 is fixed to a wall surface that is a front surface with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor 1 of a plurality of pump blade portions 10b... Using bolt means v7. However, in order to prolong the life of the plurality of pump blades 10..., The resistance when the rotor 1 is driven to rotate is reduced when corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) is used as recycled material (slurry). To replace each member 12 having excellent wear resistance. For ease of use, instead of the plate-like object 12 having excellent wear resistance, as shown in FIG. 10, when viewed from the side, each of the inverted L-shaped members 12A having excellent wear resistance is used. , Each of the sides p12A of the inverted L-shaped member having excellent wear resistance is provided on each of the upper surfaces p10b... Of each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10b. The member 12A, which has an inverted L-shape and excellent wear resistance, is fixed in the direction of rotation of the rotor 1 of each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10b... Using bolt means v7. On the other hand, you may make it fix to the wall surface used as a front surface.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 10, the member 12 </ b> A having excellent wear resistance needs to cover the entire wall surface that is the front surface with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor 1 of the plurality of pump blade portions 10 b. Instead, it may be provided from the upper surface of each of the pump blade portions 10b... To a predetermined position (about ½ from the upper surface of each of the pump blade portions 10b...).

  The same applies to the case of the plate-like object 12 having excellent wear resistance used in the rotor 1 shown in FIG.

  That is, in FIG. 8, an example in which the member 12 having excellent wear resistance covers the entire wall surface that is the front surface with respect to the rotation direction of the rotor 1 of each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10 b. Although shown, the member 12 having excellent wear resistance does not need to cover the entire surface of the front wall with respect to the rotational direction of the rotor 1 of each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10b. What is necessary is just to provide from the upper surface of each blade | wing part 10b ... to a predetermined position (about 1/2 from the upper surface of each pump blade | wing blade part 10b ...).

  Further, in the rotor 1 shown in FIG. 8, an example in which a predetermined angle is provided in each of the corner portions c10a and c10b of the plurality of pump blades 10. Each of the corner portions c10a and c10b may be provided with a roundness (R) having a predetermined length radius (1 mm or more and 5 mm or less).

  When each of the corner portions c10a and c10b of the plurality of pump blades 10 is provided with a roundness (R) having a predetermined length radius (1 mm to 5 mm), the rotor is replaced with a new one. At the same time, the increase in power consumption is temporarily reduced, and even if a cardboard, used paper, or other paper (raw material) contains resin strings or strips, the cardboard, used paper, etc. After the paper (raw material) is made into a recycled material (slurry), it is prevented that the resin strings and strips are cut finely. For example, corrugated cardboard, used paper or other paper (raw material) is used as the recycled material. After making (slurry), the ropes can be used to easily remove the resin strings and strip members in the disaggregation tank 2.

  Next, a method for producing a recycled material (slurry) from cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) using the pulper device P will be described.

  Here, a method for producing a batch-type recycled material (slurry) will be described.

  First, the discharge port h2b of the disaggregation tank 2 is closed.

  Next, corrugated cardboard, used paper and other paper (raw material) and water are accommodated from the raw material inlet h2a.

  Next, power is supplied to the pulper device P, and the rotor 1 is rotationally driven.

  Then, corrugated cardboard, used paper, and other papers (raw materials) are cut or crushed by the disaggregating blade 1b.

  Corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw materials) can be used in cooperation with the rotor body 1a and the mesh plate 4 (grinding or grinding between the lower surface of the rotor body 1a and the upper surface of the mesh plate 4) Cooperation between the blades 9 ... and the mesh plate 104 (grinding or crushing between the lower surface of each of the disaggregating blades 9 ... and the upper surface of the mesh plate 4), or a plurality of provided in the rotor body Each of the blade portions is finely divided on the surface on the side facing the upper surface of each mesh plate by the cooperation of the plurality of concave grooves 7a.

  Further, when the rotor 1 is driven to rotate, the corrugated cardboard, the used paper, and other paper (raw materials) and the slurries of these crushed materials and crushed materials and water, which are accommodated in the disaggregation tank 2, The pump blades 10... Form a spiral flow, move from the center ax side of the rotor 1 toward the inner wall surface of the disaggregation tank 2, and are sent again to the rotor 1 direction by the effects of the water flow guiding members 5 a and 5 b. Has been.

  When the recycled material (slurry) is manufactured in a batch system, the rotor 1 stirs, crushes, and crushes water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw materials) stored in the disaggregation tank 2 for a predetermined time. After that, the discharge port h2b is opened while the rotor 1 is rotated.

  As a result, a solution (slurry) containing fibers smaller than the meshes of the mesh plate 4 is discharged from the discharge port h2b.

  In addition, although the manufacturing method of the batch type recycled material (slurry) was demonstrated above, when manufacturing a recycled material (slurry) by a continuous type, the predetermined mesh plate 4 is attached on the discharge port h2b, The discharge port h2b is opened, the rotor 1 is driven to rotate, cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw material) and water are continuously supplied from the raw material input port h2a to the disaggregation tank 2, and continuously from the discharge port h2b. Then, a solution (slurry) containing fibers smaller than the mesh of the mesh plate 4 is discharged.

  As shown in FIG. 8, the rotor 1 for the pulper device P has a plurality of wall surfaces Wb that are positioned rearward with respect to the rotational direction of the rotor main body 1 a of the plurality of pump blade portions 10. The inner pump blades 10... Are inclined in a divergent shape from the top to the bottom.

  That is, as shown in FIG. 8, in this rotor 1, as shown in FIG. 8, the wall surface Wb that is the rear position with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor main body 1 a of the plurality of pump blade portions 10. And an angle formed between each of the plurality of inner pump blade portions 10... Is an obtuse angle (θi> 90 degrees).

  As a result, in the pulper apparatus P using this rotor 1, the rotor 1 was driven to rotate in order to stir, pulverize and crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw materials) accommodated in the disaggregation tank 2. In this case, water, corrugated cardboard, used paper and other paper (raw material) located behind the wall surface Wb, which is the rear position with respect to the rotational direction of the rotor 1 of each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10. The generation of vortex flow (turbulent flow) is significantly reduced in the mixed material.

  As a result, if the rotor 1 for the pulper device P is used to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank 2, the disaggregation tank 2 is unlikely to vibrate. In addition, the energy efficiency of stirring, pulverization and mashing of water, cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw materials) is improved.

  Further, in the rotor 1 for the pulper device P, the curvature of each of the plurality of pump blade portions 10 provided so as to be convexly curved with respect to the rotation direction of the rotor main body 1a, When each of the pump blades 10... Is viewed in plan, it is enlarged from the center side to the outside of the rotor body 1a. 13 or 14 shown in FIG. 14) or a circular arc shape obtained by cutting out a part of one circle (the pump blade portion 310 of the rotor 301 shown in FIG. 15 and the rotor 401 shown in FIG. 16). The load on the outer peripheral side of the rotor of the pump blade portion does not increase as shown in FIG.

  As a result, when the rotor 1 for the pulper device P is used, when the rotor is driven to rotate in order to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank 2 The rotational driving force of the rotor can be reduced.

  Further, in the rotor 1 for the pulper device P, a plurality of concave shapes are formed on the surface of the plurality of blade portions 1c... Provided on the rotor body 1a on the side facing the upper surface of each mesh plate 4. Are provided.

  As a result, if the rotor 1 for the pulper device P is used, the rotor 1 is driven to rotate in order to stir, pulverize, and crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw material) accommodated in the disaggregation tank 2. In this case, a mixture of water and corrugated cardboard, used paper or other paper (raw material) existing between the surface on the side facing the upper surface of the mesh plate 4 and the upper surface of the mesh plate 4 has a plurality of concave grooves. 7a... And the mesh plate 4 are efficiently ground.

  Further, in the rotor 1 for the pulper device P, a plurality of concave shapes are formed on the surface of the plurality of blade portions 1c... Provided on the rotor body 1a on the side facing the upper surface of each mesh plate 4. Of the plurality of concave grooves 7a... Of each of the plurality of blade portions 1c... Provided in the rotor body 1a. Of each of the plurality of blade portions 1c provided on the rotor main body 1a from each of the front surfaces Sf of the direction, the surface Sb serving as the rear surface of the rotor main body 1a in the rotation direction. On the other hand, the plurality of blade portions 1c...

  As a result, if the rotor 1 for the pulper device P is used, the rotor 1 is driven to rotate in order to stir, pulverize, and crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper and other paper (raw material) accommodated in the disaggregation tank 2. Part of the mixture of water and corrugated cardboard, used paper or other paper (raw material) existing between the surface on the side facing the upper surface of the mesh plate 4 and the upper surface of the mesh plate 4 As a result of the centrifugal force generated when rotating, the rotor 1 passes through each of the plurality of concave grooves 7a... And discharges outward of each of the plurality of blade portions 1c. When the paper is driven to rotate, the stagnation phenomenon of water and a mixture of water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw material) existing between the surface on the side opposite to the upper surface of the mesh plate and the upper surface of the mesh plate is reduced. .

  That is, when the rotor 1 for the pulper device P is used to stir, pulverize, or crush water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank 2, the rotor is rotated. As a result of the reduction of the stagnation phenomenon of water and a mixture of cardboard, waste paper, and other paper (raw material) existing between the surface on the side opposite to the top surface of the mesh plate and the top surface of the mesh plate, new water and cardboard And a mixture of paper and other paper (raw materials) smoothly enter between the surface on the side facing the upper surface of the mesh plate 4 and the upper surface of the mesh plate 4, so that water and corrugated cardboard, used paper and other paper ( The energy efficiency of agitation, pulverization, and mashing of (raw material) is improved.

  Further, in the rotor 1 for the pulper device P, the member 7 having a plurality of concave grooves 7a... In each of the plurality of member receiving recesses h6. Are attached to each other in a replaceable manner, so that the use of the rotor 1 for the pulper device P causes wear on any of the members 7 having a plurality of concave grooves 7a. Etc., the member 7 having the worn concave groove 7a... May be replaced with the member 7 having a new concave groove 7a... When a recess is formed on the surface facing the upper surface of the plate, it is not necessary to replace the rotor having the recess formed on the surface facing the upper surface of the mesh plate with a new rotor.

  Further, the rotor 1 for the pulper device P has a disaggregating blade 9... In the rotational direction of the rotor body 1 a of each of the plurality of blades 1 c... Provided in the rotor body 1 a. Attached to an upper surface in the vicinity of the surface Sf that becomes the front surface is a plate housing recess h7 that houses the plate 8 that opens upward and opens in the front surface direction of the rotation direction of the rotor body 1a. The plate 8 is fixed to the plurality of blades 1c, and the blades 9c attached to the blades 1c are replaced with the blades 1c. Therefore, the work for exchanging the disaggregating blades 9 can be easily performed.

  In the rotor 1 for the pulper device P, each of the disaggregating blades 9 is attached to the lower side of each of the plates 8. The disaggregating blade 9 is equal to the thickness of the plate 8 as compared with the blades attached to the wall surface at the front position with respect to the rotation direction of each rotor (see the conventional rotor shown in FIG. 17). Can be miniaturized.

  That is, in the rotor 1 for the pulper device P, as a result of downsizing the disaggregating blade 9 having a high material cost, the manufacturing cost of the rotor 1 can be kept low.

  Further, the rotor 1 has the inclined surfaces We... In which the outer peripheral side portions of the pump blade portions 10. The load applied to the outer peripheral side of the pump blade portions 10 can be reduced as compared with the rotor having the pump blade portions that do not have the inclined surfaces We.

  As a result, if the rotor 1 for the pulper device P is used, the rotational driving force of the rotor when stirring, pulverizing, or crushing water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank 2 is increased. Can be lowered.

  The rotor for the pulper manufacturing apparatus according to the present invention and the pulper apparatus equipped with such a rotor are subject to vibrations when stirring, pulverizing, or crushing water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, or other paper (raw material) contained in a disaggregation tank. The amount of water, corrugated cardboard, waste paper, and other papers (raw materials) can be efficiently stirred, crushed and ground, and the rotational driving force of the rotor can be reduced. Therefore, energy efficiency is high and industrial applicability is high.

It is a partially cutaway perspective view schematically showing an example of a pulper device according to the present invention. It is a schematic sectional drawing of the pulper device shown in FIG. It is a perspective view showing roughly the composition of the rotor concerning the present invention. FIG. 4 is a plan view schematically showing a state where the rotor shown in FIG. 3 is viewed downward from its upper position. FIG. 5A is a plan view schematically showing a state in which the cap portion of the rotor according to the present invention (the rotor shown in FIG. 3) is removed as viewed downward from its upper position. (B) is a top view which shows roughly the state which looked at the cap part of the rotor (rotor shown in FIG. 3) which concerns on this invention below from the upper position. It is a schematic bottom view of the rotor (rotor shown in FIG. 3) which concerns on this invention. FIG. 7A schematically shows the surface of the member having a plurality of concave grooves provided on the bottom surface of the rotor according to the present invention (the rotor shown in FIG. 3) on the side facing the upper surface of the mesh plate. 7B is a schematic cross-sectional view taken along line BB in FIG. 7A, and FIG. 7C has a plurality of concave grooves. FIG. 8 is a schematic cross-sectional view taken along line CC in FIG. 7A, illustrating a state in which the member 7 is attached to the back surface of the rotor 1. Using a structure for attaching the disaggregating blade to the blade portion 1c of the rotor 1 and a pulper device (not shown) provided with the rotor 1, water, corrugated cardboard, used paper and other paper (raw material) contained in the disaggregation tank 2 are used. It is sectional drawing explaining centering on the problem which arises when a rotor is rotationally driven in order to stir, grind | pulverize and crush. FIG. 9A is an exploded perspective view schematically showing a structure for attaching the dust removing plate 11 to the rotor according to the present invention (the rotor shown in FIG. 3), and FIG. FIG. 10 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the state in which the dust removing plate 11 is attached to the rotor according to the invention (the rotor shown in FIG. 3) when viewed in the IX direction in FIG. 9A. Example of providing an inverted L-shaped member with excellent wear resistance when viewed from the side, on the wall surface that is the front surface with respect to the rotation direction of the rotor according to the present invention of each of the plurality of pump blade portions. It is a schematic sectional drawing. It is a partially cutaway perspective view schematically showing an example of a conventional pulper device. It is a schematic sectional drawing of the pulper device shown in FIG. It is a top view which shows roughly an example of the conventional rotor provided with the pump blade | wing part. FIG. 14 is a perspective view mainly showing one blade portion of a plurality of blade portions of the rotor shown in FIG. 13, a disaggregating blade provided in the one blade portion, and a pump blade portion. It is a top view which shows roughly another example of the conventional rotor provided with the pump blade | wing part. It is a top view which shows roughly another example of the conventional rotor provided with the pump blade | wing part. Using a general mounting structure as a mounting structure of a disaggregating blade to a blade portion of a conventional rotor and a pulper device (not shown) including a rotor having a conventional pump blade portion shown in FIG. It is sectional drawing which illustrates typically the problem which arises when a rotor is rotationally driven in order to stir, grind | pulverize, and crush water and corrugated paper, used paper, and other paper (raw material) which were accommodated.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Rotor 1a Rotor main-body part 1c Blade | wing part 2 Dissolution tank 4 Mesh board 6 Cap part 7 Member 7a which has several concave groove 8 Plural concave groove 8 Plate 9 Disaggregation blade 10 Pump blade part Wb Rotor of pump blade part Wall surface P pulper device which is rear position with respect to rotation direction of main body

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  1. A rotor body having a plurality of blades, which is rotatably provided by a rotating shaft on the upper part of a mesh plate provided so as to cover a discharge port of a disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water;
    A substantially conical cap portion that is provided on the rotor main body so as to have the rotation axis as a vertex or a substantially vertex, and has a divergent shape extending downward from above;
    On the side peripheral surface of the cap portion, the rotor main body portion extends from a position in the middle of the side peripheral surface of the cap portion toward each of a plurality of blade portions provided outside the rotor main body portion. A plurality of pump blade portions provided so as to be convexly curved with respect to the rotation direction of
    The wall surface that is the rear position with respect to the rotational direction of the rotor main body portion of each of the plurality of pump blade portions is inclined in a divergent shape from the top to the bottom of each of the plurality of pump blade portions. , Rotor for pulper manufacturing equipment.
  2. A rotor body having a plurality of blades, which is rotatably provided by a rotating shaft on the upper part of a mesh plate provided so as to cover a discharge port of a disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water;
    A substantially conical cap portion that is provided on the rotor main body so as to have the rotation axis as a vertex or a substantially vertex, and has a divergent shape extending downward from above;
    On the side peripheral surface of the cap portion, the rotor main body portion extends from a position in the middle of the side peripheral surface of the cap portion toward each of a plurality of blade portions provided outside the rotor main body portion. A plurality of pump blade portions provided so as to be convexly curved with respect to the rotation direction of
    A rotor for a pulper manufacturing apparatus, wherein the curvature of each of the plurality of pump blade portions increases from the center side of the rotor body portion to the outside when the pump blade portion is viewed in plan.
  3. A rotor main body having a plurality of blade portions provided rotatably on a rotating shaft on the upper part of a mesh plate provided so as to cover a discharge port of a disaggregation tank containing paper and water to be pulped,
    A plurality of concave grooves are provided on the surface of the plurality of blade portions provided on the outer side of the rotor main body portion on the side facing the upper surface of the mesh plate,
    Each of the plurality of concave grooves provided on the surface of the plurality of blade portions provided on the outer side of the rotor main body portion on the side facing the upper surface of the mesh plate is the rotor main body. Each of the plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor main body portion from the surface that is the front surface in the rotation direction of the rotor main body portion of each of the plurality of blade portions provided outside the portion. The rotor for the pulper manufacturing apparatus is provided so as to incline toward the outer direction of each of the plurality of blade portions with respect to the surface that is the rear surface in the rotation direction of the rotor main body portion.
  4. A rotor main body having a plurality of blades, which is rotatably provided by a rotating shaft on an upper part of a mesh plate provided so as to cover a discharge port of a disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water;
    Each of a plurality of blades provided on the outer side of the rotor body, a plurality of disaggregating blades provided in the longitudinal direction on each of the front surfaces in the rotational direction of the rotor body,
    In order to attach each of the plurality of disaggregating blades vertically to each of the front surfaces in the rotational direction of the rotor body, of each of the plurality of blades provided outside the rotor body. With a plurality of plates,
    Each of the plurality of blade portions provided on the outer side of the rotor main body is opened upward on the upper surface in the vicinity of the front surface in the rotational direction of the rotor main body, and the rotor main body A plate housing recess for housing the plate that opens in the front surface direction of the rotation direction is provided,
    The width of each of the plurality of plates is provided on the upper surface of each of the plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor main body portion, in the vicinity of the surface serving as the front surface in the rotation direction of the rotor main body portion, When attached to each of the plurality of plate-accommodating recesses, the width is the same as or substantially the same as the width of each of the plurality of disaggregating blades, and is sized to form a protruding portion for fixing the disaggregating blades, and
    Overhang for fixing the disaggregating blade of each of the plurality of plates attached to each of the plate receiving recesses of each of the plurality of blade portions provided in the rotor main body portion. A rotor for a pulper manufacturing apparatus, which is fixed to a lower position of the part.
  5. The rotor for a pulper device according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein a rotating shaft is provided on an upper part of a mesh plate provided so as to cover a discharge port of a disaggregation tank containing paper to be pulped and water. The pulper device is provided so as to be rotatable.
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