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JP2010095882A
JP2010095882A JP2008266229A JP2008266229A JP2010095882A JP 2010095882 A JP2010095882 A JP 2010095882A JP 2008266229 A JP2008266229 A JP 2008266229A JP 2008266229 A JP2008266229 A JP 2008266229A JP 2010095882 A JP2010095882 A JP 2010095882A
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Koji Furuku
幸二 古來
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a drain pipe arrangement structure in a wash basin cabinet intended for effective utilization of a cabinet internal space under a wash bowl.
In a bathroom vanity provided with a wash bowl and a cabinet for supporting the wash bowl, a drain outlet of the wash bowl is located behind the center of the wash bowl, and a bottle having a sealing cylinder and a drainage section. A drainage trap is provided, and the drainage port is connected to the drainage port of the bottle-type drainage trap along the back plate of the cabinet. A vanity that is connected to a drain.
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  The present invention relates to a drain pipe arrangement structure in a vanity cabinet intended for effective utilization of the cabinet internal space under the wash bowl.
  Conventionally, various proposals have been made regarding effective utilization of the space inside the cabinet under the wash bowl. For example, in Patent Document 1, “a connecting pipe having a mountain-shaped dam wall projecting toward the side of the attachment port is connected, and a trap is formed by the drainage introduction pipe and the mountain-shaped dam wall. We are trying to make effective use of the space in the cabinet by making the “drainer body” and also putting the drain pipe or drain hose along the top plate and back plate of the cabinet of the wash basin.
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Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 10-1312252
However, the drainage device body shown in Patent Document 1 has a drawback that sand, dust, etc. existing in the drainage stay on the bottom surface.
Also, because the drain pipes run along the top and back panels of the cabinet, the inside of the cabinet can be used widely, but since the drainer body is near the center of the cabinet top board, an attempt is made to provide a drawer at the top of the cabinet. When doing so, it was necessary to have a structure in which the drawer was notched as shown in FIG.
  In a bathroom vanity equipped with a wash bowl and a cabinet that supports the wash bowl, a drain outlet of the wash bowl is located behind the center of the wash bowl, and a bottle-type drain trap provided with a sealing cylinder and a drain is provided. The bottle-shaped trap is connected to the drain port so that the sealing tube is the front surface, and the drain pipe connected to the drain part of the bottle-type drain trap is connected to the drain groove along the back plate of the cabinet. A bathroom vanity characterized by being made.
According to the present invention for solving the above-described problems, the drain pipe is provided along the cabinet top plate and the back plate, and the drain port of the wash bowl is moved rearward so that the trap portion is rearward inside the cabinet. Can be used to effectively utilize the space in the cabinet.
In addition, the action of the bottle-type drain trap makes it possible to prevent sand or dust existing in the drain from staying on the bottom of the trap, and at the same time, the appearance of the trap itself when the cabinet is used as a storage space. However, the design of the entire storage space can be improved.
  Hereinafter, an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
  The perspective view of the vanity 1 in a present Example is shown in FIG. The vanity unit 1 includes a cabinet part 3 having a storage part 6 and a wash bowl part 2 placed on the cabinet part 3, and a back guard 7 is provided on the back side of the drain outlet 3 of the wash bowl part 2. Yes, the back guard 7 is an upright wall surface, and a faucet fitting 8 is attached to the back guard 7.
  Next, FIG. 2 shows a cross-sectional view of the internal structure of the cabinet section 3 in this embodiment. The drainage part inside the cabinet 3 is composed of a bottle-type drain trap 4 connected to the wash bowl part 2 and a drain pipe 5 connected to the bottle-type drain trap 4. The inside of the cabinet 3 can be used as a storage unit 6. The storage unit 6 may be provided with a drawer or a shelf.
FIG. 3 is a top view of the wash bowl portion 2 of the present embodiment. The drain 9 provided in the wash bowl part 2 is in the vicinity of the back guard 7 on the back side of the wash bowl part 2 and is located behind the wash bowl part 2 as compared with the conventional washstand.
Although not shown in FIG. 3, the back guard 7 is provided with a faucet fitting 8, and compared with the case where the faucet fitting 8 is attached to the upper surface of the back surface of the wash bowl portion 2, The reservoir can be deployed to the rear. Thereby, it becomes possible to position the drain port 9 further to the rear of the wash bowl 2.
FIG. 4 shows a bottle-type drain trap 4 in this embodiment. The bottle-type drain trap 4 is connected to the drain port 9 of the wash bowl 2 and is connected so that the sealing tube 12 is the front surface. The drain pipe 5 connected to the outlet of the bottle-type drain trap 4 is connected to the cabinet. It is connected to the drainage groove along the back plate of the part 3.
The bottle-type drain trap 4 is provided with an inclined side wall inclined toward the inside of the drain tube at a position opposite to the position where the drain wall portion of the bottle-type drain trap body is disposed on the lower end side of the drain tube. .
By setting it as such a structure, the jet flow of waste_water | drain can be formed, and the jet water flow can be made to flow toward a drainage wall part by the inclination side wall which inclines in a drain pipe inward. This jet stream can ensure a cleaning action to sweep sand and dust while being small. Further, by adopting the bottle-type drain trap 4, it becomes possible to save the space for the trap as compared with the conventional S-shaped drain trap. In addition, the appearance is simple and the design is improved.
According to the present invention, the space inside the cabinet section 3 can be effectively utilized.
For example, FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view of the drawer storage portion 6 provided on the upper portion of the conventional cabinet portion 3. The drawer storage 6 provided inside the cabinet 3 is provided with a notch 10 in order to avoid a drain trap 11 connected to the drain 9 of the wash bowl 2. By providing the notch portion 10 in the vicinity of the drain trap 11, the storage space in the depth direction of the drawer storage portion 6 is widened. Therefore, the drawer bottom plate 13 is cut out and the drawer back plate 14 is divided.
On the other hand, according to the present invention, even when the drawer storage 6 is provided on the upper part of the cabinet 3 as shown in FIG. Since a device such as providing a notch is not necessary, a large storage space can be taken. Further, it is not necessary to divide the drawer back plate 14.
  The embodiment of the present invention has been described above. However, the present invention is not limited to these descriptions. As long as the features of the present invention are provided, those skilled in the art appropriately modified the design of the above-described embodiments are also included in the scope of the present invention. For example, it is not always necessary to provide a drawer at the top of the cabinet, and a shelf may be provided up to the top. Moreover, it is good also considering only a lower part as a door-type storage part. Further, the shape of the wash bowl and the like is not limited to that shown in the figure, and can be changed within a technically possible range.
The perspective view of the vanity 1 in one Example of this invention Sectional drawing of the internal structure of the cabinet 1 in a present Example The top view of the wash bowl part 2 in a present Example. Bottle-type drain trap 4 in this embodiment Sectional drawing inside a cabinet at the time of providing a drawer storage part 6 in a present Example. Sectional drawing of the drawer storage part 6 provided in the upper part in the conventional cabinet structure
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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Vanity table 2 Washing bowl part 3 Cabinet part 4 Bottle-type drain trap 5 Drain pipe 6 Storage part 7 Back guard 8 Water faucet 9 Drain outlet 10 Notch part 11 Drain trap 12 Sealing cylinder 13 Drawer bottom board 14 Drawer back board

Claims (3)

  1. A wash bowl and
    A vanity with a cabinet that supports the wash bowl,
    The wash bowl is formed with a drain outlet formed behind the center of the wash bowl, and has a bottle-type drain trap provided with a sealing cylinder and a drainage unit below the wash bowl,
    The bathroom vanity is connected to the drain outlet so that the sealing tube is the front surface, and a drain pipe connected to the drainage portion is connected to a drainage groove along the back plate of the cabinet.
  2. Has a back guard raised substantially vertically on the back side of the cabinet,
    The bathroom vanity according to claim 1, wherein a faucet fitting is attached to the back guard.
  3. 3. The vanity according to claim 1, wherein a drawer is provided at an upper part of the cabinet.
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Citations (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP2003328418A (en) * 2002-05-10 2003-11-19 Maruichi Kk Drainage piping
JP2006193924A (en) * 2005-01-11 2006-07-27 Inax Corp Lever-handle fixing structure of faucet
JP2007327247A (en) * 2006-06-08 2007-12-20 Maruichi Kk Drainage trap
JP2008161415A (en) * 2006-12-28 2008-07-17 Hitachi Housetec Co Ltd Mirrored wash cabinet

Patent Citations (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP2003328418A (en) * 2002-05-10 2003-11-19 Maruichi Kk Drainage piping
JP2006193924A (en) * 2005-01-11 2006-07-27 Inax Corp Lever-handle fixing structure of faucet
JP2007327247A (en) * 2006-06-08 2007-12-20 Maruichi Kk Drainage trap
JP2008161415A (en) * 2006-12-28 2008-07-17 Hitachi Housetec Co Ltd Mirrored wash cabinet

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