JP2012005412A - Chemical liquid used for atomizer, and atomizer - Google Patents

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JP2012005412A
JP2012005412A JP2010143857A JP2010143857A JP2012005412A JP 2012005412 A JP2012005412 A JP 2012005412A JP 2010143857 A JP2010143857 A JP 2010143857A JP 2010143857 A JP2010143857 A JP 2010143857A JP 2012005412 A JP2012005412 A JP 2012005412A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a chemical liquid effective for being used for atomizers for electronic cigarette or the like.SOLUTION: The chemical liquid for atomizers capable of atomizing the chemical liquid to release the chemical agent in air is made by blending glycerol and water in a mixing ratio of 25:1 to 0.5:1. The chemical liquid having the mixing ratio may be mixed with at least one of hot spring ingredients, Chinese medicine ingredients, vitamin ingredients, mineral ingredients, and amino acid ingredients. The atomizer capable of atomizing the chemical liquid to release in air may include holding means for holding the chemical liquid comprising glycerol and water in a mixing ratio of 25:1 to 0.5:1, and atomizing means for heating part of the held chemical liquid at or below 80°C to produce steam.

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  The present invention relates to a chemical solution suitable for use in an atomizer such as an electronic cigarette, and an atomizer.

In recent years, various types of pseudo smoking tools have been proposed for tasting tobacco-like flavors without burning tobacco.
For example, Patent Document 1 discloses an electronic cigarette formed in a cigarette shape by providing a heating element and a solid flavor generating medium in a heat insulating tube and wrapping the heat insulating tube and a power source of the heating element with an overwrapping paper. Proposed.

  In the electronic cigarette having such a configuration, by supplying electric energy from the power source to the heating element, the chemical liquid retained in the flavor generating medium is heated to form a mist, and the chemical liquid component thus vaporized and the external It is possible to taste a flavor similar to tobacco by inhaling an air-fuel mixture taken from air.

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 3-232481

However, in such a conventional electronic cigarette, since various components are contained in the atomized chemical liquid, health problems may be concerned. Some people hesitate to use because of such health problems, which is an obstacle for widespread use.
Moreover, as long as there is no health problem, it is not limited to electronic cigarettes, it can be used for various atomizers, but as such uses, only aromatherapy uses are known. .

An object of the present invention is to provide an effective chemical solution for use in an atomizing device such as an electronic cigarette.

The chemical used in the atomization apparatus according to the present invention is:
A chemical used in an atomizer that can atomize a chemical and release it into the air,
It is characterized in that the blending ratio of glycerin and water is blended at 25: 1 to 0.5-1.
In claim 2,
At least one component of a hot spring-containing component, a Chinese herbal medicine component, a vitamin component, a mineral component, and an amino acid component is mixed in the chemical solution having the above blending ratio.
The atomizing device according to claim 3 is:
An atomization device capable of atomizing a chemical and releasing it into the air,
Holding means for holding a chemical solution formed by blending the blending ratio of glycerin and water at 25: 1 to 0.5 to 1;
Atomizing means for heating a part of the held chemical solution at 80 ° C. or less to vaporize it.
In claim 4,
The holding means is provided to be replaceable with respect to the atomizing means.

According to the chemical | medical solution used for the atomization apparatus which concerns on Claim 1 of this invention,
Since it mix | blends the mixture ratio of glycerin and water by 25: 1-0.5-1, it does not contain the component harmful | toxic to a human body, when atomized.
Moreover, although the said mixing | blending ratio is suitable for atomization, in the case of other than the said mixing ratio, it does not atomize.
Moreover, when the blending ratio of glycerin is made higher than the above blending ratio, there are problems that the price as a chemical solution is increased and sweetness is increased when inhaled.
Also, the mixing ratio of water is higher than the above mixing ratio. Then, there is a problem that the viscosity of the chemical solution becomes low, and when sucking with an electronic cigarette or the like, it becomes easy to suck in the liquid state.
The chemical solution of claim 2 is:
Since at least one component of the hot spring-containing component, Chinese herbal medicine component, vitamin component, mineral component, amino acid component is mixed in the chemical solution of the above blending ratio,
A health promoting action can be obtained by blending the above nutrients and health benefit agents.

An atomization apparatus according to claim 3 of the present invention is
Holding means for holding a chemical solution formed by blending the blending ratio of glycerin and water at 25: 1 to 0.5 to 1;
Since it is equipped with an atomizing means for heating a part of the held chemical solution at 80 ° C. or less to vaporize it,
It contains no ingredients harmful to the human body when atomized.
Moreover, although the said mixing | blending ratio is suitable for atomization, in the case of other than the said mixing ratio, it does not atomize.
Moreover, when the blending ratio of glycerin is made higher than the above blending ratio, there are problems that the price as a chemical solution is increased and sweetness is increased when inhaled.
In addition, when the mixing ratio of water is higher than the above mixing ratio, there is a problem that the viscosity of the chemical solution decreases, and when the liquid is atomized and sucked with an electronic cigarette or the like, it is easy to suck in the liquid state.
In claim 4,
Since the holding means is provided so as to be replaceable with respect to the atomizing means, even when the chemical liquid is used up, it can be replaced with another holding means filled with the chemical liquid. In addition, the chemical solution containing different components can be exchanged and attached to another holding means charged.

It is explanatory drawing explaining a structure to the atomization apparatus which concerns on this invention. It is the perspective view which showed the external appearance of the electronic cigarette as an Example of the atomization apparatus which concerns on this invention. It is a disassembled perspective view of the said electronic cigarette.

In FIG. 1 showing a mode for carrying out the present invention,
A is an atomization apparatus according to the present invention, a holding means B for holding a chemical solution in which a blending ratio of glycerin and water is blended at 25: 1 to 0.5 to 1, and a part of the held chemical solution Is provided with an atomizing means C that heats the water vapor at 80 ° C. or lower and vaporizes it, and a power supply D that incorporates a rechargeable battery.

The holding means B is detachably attached to the atomizing means C by screws or the like.
The holding means B holds a chemical solution in which the blending ratio of glycerin and water is blended at 25: 1 to 0.5-1.
Further, at least one of hot spring-containing ingredients, Chinese herbal medicine ingredients, vitamin ingredients, mineral ingredients, and amino acid ingredients is mixed in the chemical solution as a nutrient or health benefit agent.

When the atomizing apparatus A configured as described above supplies electric energy from the power source D to the atomizing means C, the electric heating means generates heat in the atomizing means C and is held by the holding means B. The liquid chemical is heated and evaporated to atomize.
By sucking the atomized chemical liquid in this way, it becomes possible to suck a safe atomized component. Moreover, the health promotion effect | action by the mix | blended nutrient or health effect agent is also acquired.

FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram of an electronic cigarette configured as an embodiment of the atomization apparatus according to the present invention.
In FIG.
Reference numeral 1 denotes an electronic cigarette as an embodiment of the atomizing device. The power supply unit 11 is formed of a substantially cylindrical casing, the cylindrical heater unit 12 is detachably attached to the power supply unit 11, and the heater unit 12. And a cylindrical chemical solution supply means 13 that can be attached to and detached from the power supply unit 11. A light emitting means 2, for example, using a red light emitting diode is provided at the front end of the power supply unit 11. 14 is provided.
The heater unit 12 has a configuration corresponding to the atomizing means described in the claims, and the chemical solution supply means 13 has a configuration corresponding to the holding means described in the claims.

  As shown in FIG. 3, in the power supply unit 11, chargeable power storage means 3 and components such as the light emitting means 2 and the heater unit 12 are stored by the electric energy stored in the power storage means 3. A control unit 4 for controlling, and a suction detection unit 5 including a diaphragm type switch, for example, which detects a change in pressure in the power supply unit generated when sucked from the mouthpiece 14 and is in an energized state. Includes a concentric first electrode portion 6 connected to the control means 4.

  The first electrode portion 6 is insulated from a ventilation hole 61 penetrating along a central axis, one cylindrical electrode 62 disposed outside the ventilation hole 61, and further outside the one electrode 62. The other electrode 63 is provided with an external screw 64. The other electrode 63 has a cylindrical shape.

The heater unit 12 has a second electrode portion 7 at the front end, an electric heater 8 inside, and a protrusion 15 at the rear end.
The second electrode portion 7 is insulated from the air passage 71 penetrating along the central axis, one cylindrical electrode 72 disposed outside the air passage 71, and further outside the one electrode 72. The other electrode 73 having a cylindrical shape disposed with a body interposed therebetween, and an inner screw is formed on the inner surface of the other electrode 73.
Both ends of the electric heater 8 are connected to the one electrode 72 and the other electrode 73.
The air passage 71 passes through the heater unit 12. One end of the air passage 71 communicates with the two intake holes 18 and 19 opened on the outer peripheral surface of the heater unit 12 on the second electrode portion 7 side, and the other end encloses the electric heater 8 and the protruding portion. It opens on the 15 side. The electric heater 8 is disposed in the air passage 71.

  The chemical solution supply means 13 is provided with an aluminum film 16 to be broken by the projection 15 at the front end side, and a breathable filter 17 filled with the chemical solution is incorporated inside, and a mouthpiece 14 is opened at the rear end. ing.

Further, the light emitting means 2, the power storage means 3, the suction detection means 5, and the first electrode unit 6 are connected to the control means 4.
The control means 4 controls the heat generation of the electric heater 8 through the first electrode unit 6 and monitors the output voltage to the first electrode unit 6 when used as an electronic cigarette. When the electric storage means 3 is prevented from being overdischarged and connected to the electronic cigarette charging unit for charging, the electric power for charging supplied from the electronic cigarette charging unit is received through the first electrode unit 6, The charging current and the charging voltage are monitored to control the power storage means 3 so as to properly charge, thereby preventing overcharging.

When sucked and used as an electronic cigarette, like the electronic cigarette 1 shown in FIG. 2, the power supply unit 11, the heater unit 12, and the chemical solution supply means 13 are connected to form a single cigarette. Used in. In this state, the aluminum film 16 of the chemical solution supply means 13 is broken by the protrusion 15.
Thus, when used as an electronic cigarette, the electrode for charging the power storage means is not exposed when the heater unit 12 and the chemical solution supply means 13 are connected. Can be used for suction.
When the user sucks with the mouth 14 included in the mouth, the outside air sucked from the suction holes 18 and 19 formed on the outer surface of the heater unit 12 flows through the air passage 71 of the heater unit 12. It becomes.

At this time, the space facing the vent hole 61 of the suction detection means 5 is slightly depressurized by the air flow, so that the suction detection means 5 detects that the suction has been sucked from the suction port based on the change in the generated atmospheric pressure. Then turn on the built-in contact.
In this way, when the contact of the suction detection means 5 is turned on, the control means supplies the electric energy stored in the power storage means 3 to the light emitting means 2 to light it, and causes the first electrode portion 6 to turn on. Supply.
Accordingly, the electric heater 8 connected to the second electrode portion 7 that is also electrically connected to the first electrode portion 6 is energized. Therefore, the air flow is heated by the electric heater 8 and is sucked into the user's oral cavity from the mouthpiece 14 together with the vaporized component of the chemical liquid filled in the filter 17.

When used in this manner, the aluminum film 16 of the chemical solution supply means 13 is broken by the projection 15 provided in the heater unit 12, so that a part of the chemical filled in the filter 17 is part of the projection 15. Since the electric heater 8 is wetted, when the electric heater 8 is energized, the outside air sucked by the generated heat is heated, and a part of the chemical is vaporized to form a mist. It is sucked out from the mouthpiece 14 into the user's mouth.
Therefore, the user can inhale and enjoy the flavor component of the medicinal solution by using the mouthpiece and sucking like a cigarette, or use the medicinal effect. At this time, the light emitting means 2 at the tip lights up in red and looks like a cigarette fire.

When the suction is stopped, the pressure drop in the air passage 71 disappears, so the suction detection means 5 is turned off, and the light emitting means 2 at the tip is turned off. In this way, if you inhale or stop inhaling, it will turn red and the redness will disappear like a real cigarette fire, so it looks natural as if you were smoking real cigarettes.
Furthermore, if you stop inhaling and take the electronic cigarette that you have put away from your mouth, the mist-like medicinal solution that has been sucked into your mouth will be expelled from your mouth, making it look like real cigarette smoke.

A Atomizing device B Holding means C Atomizing means D Power supply unit 1 Electronic cigarette
10 Case also serving as a charging unit 11 Power source, casing 12 Heater unit 13 Chemical solution supply means 14 Suction port 2 Light emitting means, red light emitting diode
20 Storage part 3 Power storage means 4 Control means 5 Suction detection means

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  1. A chemical used in an atomizer that can atomize a chemical and release it into the air,
    The chemical | medical solution used for the atomization apparatus characterized by mix | blending the mixture ratio of glycerin and water by 25: 1-0.5-1.
  2. The atomization apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the chemical liquid having the blending ratio is formed by mixing at least one of a hot spring-containing component, a herbal medicine component, a vitamin component, a mineral component, and an amino acid component. Chemical solution to be used.
  3. An atomization device capable of atomizing a chemical and releasing it into the air,
    Holding means for holding a chemical solution formed by blending the blending ratio of glycerin and water at 25: 1 to 0.5 to 1;
    An atomizing device comprising: an atomizing means for heating a part of the held chemical solution at 80 ° C. or less to vaporize it.
  4. The atomization apparatus according to claim 3, wherein the holding unit is provided so as to be replaceable with respect to the atomization unit.
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