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JP4687081B2
JP4687081B2 JP2004340230A JP2004340230A JP4687081B2 JP 4687081 B2 JP4687081 B2 JP 4687081B2 JP 2004340230 A JP2004340230 A JP 2004340230A JP 2004340230 A JP2004340230 A JP 2004340230A JP 4687081 B2 JP4687081 B2 JP 4687081B2
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本発明は、室内空気の脱臭や室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行うことができる空気浄化装置を用いた空気調和機に関するものである。   The present invention relates to an air conditioner using an air purifier capable of deodorizing indoor air and deodorizing deposits such as indoor wall surfaces.
従来の、脱臭機能を有する空気浄化装置としては、静電霧化の技術を利用して脱臭を行うようにしたものがある(例えば、特許文献1、2参照)。   As a conventional air purification apparatus having a deodorizing function, there is an apparatus that performs deodorization using electrostatic atomization technology (see, for example, Patent Documents 1 and 2).
ここで、静電霧化とは、水などの液体に高電圧を印加すると液体が霧化するという現象であり、この現象は、古くから知られている。図6は、上記特許文献1に記載された静電霧化式空気浄化装置を示すものである。図6において、汚染空気の中心部に向け、細水柱を噴出せしめる噴水ノズル18が設けられ、高圧電極13と前記細水注の間に直流バイアスを付与した交流高電圧19を印加し、微細水滴を霧状に有する静電霧化雰囲気を形成せしめるものである。   Here, electrostatic atomization is a phenomenon in which a liquid is atomized when a high voltage is applied to a liquid such as water, and this phenomenon has been known for a long time. FIG. 6 shows an electrostatic atomizing air purifier described in Patent Document 1. In FIG. 6, a fountain nozzle 18 for ejecting a fine water column is provided toward the center of the contaminated air, and an alternating high voltage 19 is applied between the high voltage electrode 13 and the fine water injection to provide a direct current bias. This forms an electrostatic atomizing atmosphere having mist.
また、図7は、上記特許文献2に開示された空気清浄機を示すもので、9は静電霧化装置であり、水溜め部5と、水溜め部5の水を水溜め部5の外部に位置する先端側へ搬送する搬送部(図示せず)と、搬送部に対向するように配置された電極(図示せず)とを設け、搬送部と電極との間に高電圧を印加することにより搬送部の水が霧化してミストを発生せしめるものである。
特開昭53−141167号公報 特開2004−85185号公報
FIG. 7 shows the air cleaner disclosed in the above-mentioned Patent Document 2, wherein 9 is an electrostatic atomizer, and the water in the water reservoir 5 and the water in the water reservoir 5 is stored in the water reservoir 5. A transport unit (not shown) for transporting to the front end side located outside and an electrode (not shown) arranged to face the transport unit are provided, and a high voltage is applied between the transport unit and the electrode By doing so, the water in the transport section is atomized to generate mist.
JP-A-53-141167 JP 2004-85185 A
しかしながら、このような従来の静電霧化により室内空気の脱臭や室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行う空気浄化装置を、一般の空気調和機等に搭載する場合、人手あるいは、水道配管により静電霧化に必要な水を供給しなければならないという課題を有していた。   However, when an air purification device that deodorizes indoor air or deodorizes deposits on the indoor wall surface by such conventional electrostatic atomization is mounted on a general air conditioner or the like, it is quietly installed manually or by a water pipe. It had the subject that the water required for electroatomization had to be supplied.
本発明は、前記従来の課題を解決するもので、無給水で静電霧化による脱臭を実現する空気調和機を提供することを目的とする。   This invention solves the said conventional subject, and it aims at providing the air conditioner which implement | achieves the deodorization by electrostatic atomization without water supply.
前記従来の課題を解決するために、本発明の空気調和機は、吸込み口と、前記吸込み口の下流側に配され前記吸込み口から流入する空気に含まれる塵埃を捕集するフィルターと、前記フィルターの下流側に配置された空気浄化装置と、前記フィルターで浄化され、熱交換器、クロスフローファンを通ってきた空気を吹き出す吹出し口を備え、前記空気浄化装置は、水生成手段と、ミストを発生させる静電霧化手段からなり、前記水生成手段は、空気中の水分を吸湿・放湿する吸放湿材層と、前記吸放湿材層に空気を送り込む強制送風手段と、前記吸放湿材層に強制通風される空気を加熱する加熱手段と、前記吸放湿材層を通過した加熱空気を放熱冷却する放熱冷却層と、放熱冷却されて凝縮生成される水を貯める第1の貯水部と、前記吸放湿材層に空気中の水分を吸着させる吸湿サイクルと前記吸放湿材層に加熱空気を送り込むことにより前記吸放湿材層に吸着された水分を脱離させる放湿サイクルを交互に動作させる制御手段からなり、前記静電霧化手段は、第2の貯水部と
、前記第1の貯水部に貯められた水を前記第2の貯水部に搬送する連通路と、前記第2の貯水部に設けられた1対の電極からなり、前記1対の電極間に高電圧を印加することにより前記第2の貯水部の水を霧化してミストを発生させるように構成するとともに、前記水生成手段は前記吹出し口以外のフィルターの下流に配置し、かつ、前記静電霧化手段は前記水生成手段から連通路を介して水の搬送を受けるようにして前記吹出し口に配置したもので、無給水で静電霧化による室内空気の脱臭や室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行うことができる。
In order to solve the conventional problems, an air conditioner according to the present invention includes a suction port, a filter that is disposed downstream of the suction port and collects dust contained in air flowing from the suction port, and An air purification device disposed on the downstream side of the filter, and a blowout port for blowing out air that has been purified by the filter and passed through a heat exchanger and a cross flow fan. The air purification device comprises water generation means, mist The water generating means comprises a moisture absorbing / releasing material layer for absorbing and releasing moisture in the air, a forced air blowing means for sending air to the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer, Heating means for heating the air forced through the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer, a heat radiation cooling layer for radiating and cooling the heated air that has passed through the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer, and water that is condensed and generated by heat radiation cooling 1 water storage part and the moisture absorption / release Control means for alternately operating a moisture absorption cycle for adsorbing moisture in the air to the layer and a moisture release cycle for desorbing moisture adsorbed on the moisture absorption / release material layer by sending heated air to the moisture absorption / release material layer The electrostatic atomization means includes a second water storage unit, a communication path for transporting water stored in the first water storage unit to the second water storage unit, and a second water storage unit. The water generating means comprises a pair of provided electrodes, and generates a mist by atomizing the water in the second water storage section by applying a high voltage between the pair of electrodes. Is arranged downstream of the filter other than the outlet , and the electrostatic atomizing means is arranged at the outlet so as to receive water from the water generating means via the communication path. Deodorization of indoor air or wall surface by electrostatic atomization with water supply It is possible to perform deodorization deposits.
本発明の空気調和機は、無給水で静電霧化による室内空気の脱臭や室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行うことができる。   The air conditioner of the present invention can deodorize indoor air by electrostatic atomization with no water supply and deodorize deposits such as indoor wall surfaces.
第1の発明は、吸込み口と、前記吸込み口の下流側に配され前記吸込み口から流入する空気に含まれる塵埃を捕集するフィルターと、前記フィルターの下流側に配置された空気浄化装置と、前記フィルターで浄化され、熱交換器、クロスフローファンを通ってきた空気を吹き出す吹出し口を備え、前記空気浄化装置は、水生成手段と、ミストを発生させる静電霧化手段からなり、前記水生成手段は、空気中の水分を吸湿・放湿する吸放湿材層と、前記吸放湿材層に空気を送り込む強制送風手段と、前記吸放湿材層に強制通風される空気を加熱する加熱手段と、前記吸放湿材層を通過した加熱空気を放熱冷却する放熱冷却層と、放熱冷却されて凝縮生成される水を貯める第1の貯水部と、前記吸放湿材層に空気中の水分を吸着させる吸湿サイクルと前記吸放湿材層に加熱空気を送り込むことにより前記吸放湿材層に吸着された水分を脱離させる放湿サイクルを交互に動作させる制御手段からなり、前記静電霧化手段は、第2の貯水部と、前記第1の貯水部に貯められた水を前記第2の貯水部に搬送する連通路と、前記第2の貯水部に設けられた1対の電極からなり、前記1対の電極間に高電圧を印加することにより前記第2の貯水部の水を霧化してミストを発生させるように構成するとともに、前記水生成手段は前記吹出し口以外のフィルターの下流に配置し、かつ、前記静電霧化手段は前記水生成手段から連通路を介して水の搬送を受けるようにして前記吹出し口に配置したもので、無給水で静電霧化による室内空気の脱臭や室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行うことができる。 The first invention includes a suction port, a filter that is disposed on the downstream side of the suction port and collects dust contained in the air flowing in from the suction port, and an air purification device that is disposed on the downstream side of the filter. The air purification device includes a blowout port that blows out air that has been purified by the filter and passed through a heat exchanger and a cross flow fan, and the air purification device includes water generation means and electrostatic atomization means that generates mist, The water generating means includes a moisture absorbing / releasing material layer for absorbing and releasing moisture in the air, a forced air blowing means for sending air to the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer, and air forcedly ventilated through the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer. Heating means for heating, a heat-dissipating cooling layer for dissipating and cooling the heated air that has passed through the moisture-absorbing / releasing material layer, a first water storage part for storing water that has been cooled and condensed by heat dissipation, and the moisture-absorbing / releasing material layer Moisture absorption cycle to adsorb moisture in the air And a control means for alternately operating a moisture release cycle for desorbing moisture adsorbed on the moisture absorbent / release material layer by sending heated air to the moisture absorbent / release material layer, the electrostatic atomizing means, A second water reservoir, a communication path for transporting water stored in the first water reservoir to the second water reservoir, and a pair of electrodes provided in the second water reservoir, The water generating means is arranged downstream of a filter other than the outlet, while applying a high voltage between a pair of electrodes to atomize the water in the second water storage section to generate mist. In addition, the electrostatic atomizing means is disposed at the outlet so as to receive water from the water generating means via the communication path, and deodorizes indoor air by electrostatic atomization without water supply. It is possible to deodorize the deposits such as the wall surface of the room.
第2の発明は、特に、第1の発明の吸放湿材層と加熱手段を組み合わせた吸・放湿ユニットを少なくとも2つ以上有し、前記吸・放湿ユニットを、吸湿サイクルと放湿サイクルを交互に分担動作させるようにしたもので、連続的に静電霧化に必要な水を生成することができる。   In particular, the second invention has at least two moisture absorption / desorption units combining the moisture absorption / release material layer of the first invention and heating means, and the moisture absorption / desorption unit includes the moisture absorption cycle and moisture release. The cycle is alternately shared, and water necessary for electrostatic atomization can be continuously generated.
第3の発明は、特に、第1の発明の吸放湿材層を円筒状に形成し、前記吸放湿材層を回転駆動させる駆動装置を設け、加熱手段で、前記吸放湿材層の一部に強制送風される空気を加熱するようにしたもので、簡単な構成で、吸放湿材層を回転させる事で連続的に吸・放湿サイクルが行なわれ、静電霧化に必要な水を平均して生成することができる。   According to a third aspect of the present invention, in particular, the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer according to the first aspect of the present invention is formed in a cylindrical shape, provided with a drive device that rotationally drives the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer, The air that is forced to be blown to a part of the air is heated, and the moisture absorption and desorption cycle is continuously performed by rotating the moisture absorption and desorption material layer with a simple configuration. The required water can be produced on average.
第4の発明は、特に、第1〜3のいずれか一つの発明の吸放湿材層に白金(Pt)を主成分とした触媒を坦持させたもので、吸放湿材層に吸着された水分を脱離させる際の加熱空気と触媒との反応により臭い成分を酸化させることが可能となり、室内空気の脱臭については、放電霧化との相乗効果が得られる。   In the fourth invention, in particular, the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer according to any one of the first to third inventions is supported by a catalyst mainly composed of platinum (Pt) and adsorbed on the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer. It is possible to oxidize the odor component by the reaction between the heated air and the catalyst when desorbing the generated moisture, and a synergistic effect with discharge atomization can be obtained for the deodorization of indoor air.
以下、本発明の実施の形態について、図面を参照しながら説明する。なお、この実施の形態によって本発明が限定されるものではない。   Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. Note that the present invention is not limited to the embodiments.
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図1は、本発明の第1の実施の形態における空気浄化装置を搭載した空気調和機の断面図、図2は、同空気浄化装置の断面図である。
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FIG. 1 is a cross-sectional view of an air conditioner equipped with an air purification device according to a first embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view of the air purification device.
図1、2において、空気調和機2の前面に吸込み口2aが配され、吸込み口2aの下流側に吸込み口2aから流入する空気に含まれる塵埃を捕集するフィルター3が設けられ、そのフィルター3の下流側に室内空気や室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行う空気浄化装置1が配されている。4は、空気の熱交換を行なう熱交換器で、48は、熱交換器4に空気を通すためのクロスフローファンである。   1 and 2, a suction port 2a is arranged on the front surface of the air conditioner 2, and a filter 3 for collecting dust contained in air flowing from the suction port 2a is provided downstream of the suction port 2a. An air purification device 1 that deodorizes deposits such as indoor air and indoor wall surfaces is disposed on the downstream side of 3. 4 is a heat exchanger that performs heat exchange of air, and 48 is a cross-flow fan for passing air through the heat exchanger 4.
空気調和機2の吸込み口2aから吸込まれた空気34の一部は、フィルター3で浄化された後、空気浄化装置1の内部を通過し、乾燥空気6となって、熱交換器4、クロスフローファン48を通って、吹出し口2bから室内に吐き出される。また、空気清浄装置1の静電霧化手段20によって、発生したミスト8は、空気調和機1の吹出し口2bからの流れ7に沿って、室内空間に広がっていくことになる。   A part of the air 34 sucked from the suction port 2a of the air conditioner 2 is purified by the filter 3 and then passes through the inside of the air purification device 1 to become dry air 6 to become the heat exchanger 4 and the cross It passes through the flow fan 48 and is discharged into the room from the outlet 2b. Further, the mist 8 generated by the electrostatic atomizing means 20 of the air cleaning device 1 spreads in the indoor space along the flow 7 from the outlet 2b of the air conditioner 1.
次に、空気浄化装置1の構成について、図2を用いて説明する。   Next, the structure of the air purification apparatus 1 is demonstrated using FIG.
空気浄化装置1は、ゼオライトなどの多孔質材料で構成され、空気中の水分を吸放湿すると共に白金(Pt)を主成分とした触媒を坦持した吸放湿材層33と、前記吸放湿材層33に空気を送り込む強制送風手段10と、吸放湿材層33に強制通風される空気を加熱するための加熱手段11と、吸放湿材層33を通過してきた加熱空気を放熱冷却する放熱冷却層12と、放熱冷却されて凝縮生成される水30を貯める第1の貯水部14と、吸放湿材層33に空気中の水分を吸着させる吸湿サイクルと吸放湿材層33に加熱空気を送り込むことによって、吸放湿材層33に吸着された水分を脱離させる放湿サイクルを交互に動作させる制御手段(図示せず)からなる水生成手段15と、第1の貯水部14に貯められた水を第2の貯水部17に搬送する連通路16と、第2の貯水部17に設けられた1対の電極、即ち第1の電極31と前記第1の電極31に対向する第2の電極32を設け、第1の電極31と第2の電極32の間に高電圧を印加することにより第2の貯水部17の水を霧化してミスト8を発生させる静電霧化手段20から構成されている。   The air purification device 1 is composed of a porous material such as zeolite, and absorbs and releases moisture in the air, and also supports a moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33 carrying a catalyst mainly composed of platinum (Pt), and the absorbing and absorbing material layer 33. Forced air blowing means 10 for sending air to the moisture-releasing material layer 33, heating means 11 for heating the air forcedly ventilated through the moisture-absorbing / releasing material layer 33, and heated air passing through the moisture-absorbing / releasing material layer 33 A heat radiation cooling layer 12 that performs heat radiation cooling, a first water storage unit 14 that stores water 30 that is condensed by heat radiation cooling, a moisture absorption cycle that absorbs moisture in the air to the moisture absorption / release material layer 33, and a moisture absorption / release material. A water generating means 15 comprising a control means (not shown) for alternately operating a moisture releasing cycle for desorbing moisture adsorbed on the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33 by feeding heated air into the layer 33; The water stored in the water storage unit 14 is carried to the second water storage unit 17. And a pair of electrodes provided in the second water storage unit 17, that is, a first electrode 31 and a second electrode 32 facing the first electrode 31, and the first electrode 31 is provided. And an electrostatic atomizing means 20 for generating mist 8 by atomizing the water in the second water storage section 17 by applying a high voltage between the first electrode 32 and the second electrode 32.
以上のように構成された空気浄化装置について、以下その動作、作用を説明する。   About the air purification apparatus comprised as mentioned above, the operation | movement and an effect | action are demonstrated below.
強制送風手段10により空気浄化装置1内に吸込まれた空気34は、ゼオライトなど多孔質の吸放湿材層33に吸着され、乾燥空気6となって吐き出される(吸湿サイクル)。吸放湿材層33に吸着される水分の量は、強制送風手段10の風量あるいは、強制送風時間により異なる。強制送風手段10を動作させたまま、加熱手段11を動作させると吸放湿材層33に送り込まれる空気の温度が上昇し、吸放湿材層33の温度が上昇する。ゼオライトなど吸放湿材層33の温度が上昇すると、吸着されていた水分が脱離し、強制送風手段10により送り込まれた空気は、加湿空気となって、ヒートシンクやヒートパイプ等からなる放熱冷却層12により冷却される(放湿サイクル)。つまり、温度の高い加湿空気が放熱冷却層12で冷やされることにより、空気中の水分は飽和状態となり、放熱冷却層12に水滴が発生する。   The air 34 sucked into the air purification device 1 by the forced air blowing means 10 is adsorbed by a porous moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33 such as zeolite and discharged as dry air 6 (moisture absorption cycle). The amount of moisture adsorbed on the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33 varies depending on the air volume of the forced air blowing means 10 or the forced air blowing time. When the heating unit 11 is operated while the forced air blowing unit 10 is operated, the temperature of the air sent to the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33 is increased, and the temperature of the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33 is increased. When the temperature of the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33 such as zeolite rises, the adsorbed moisture is desorbed, and the air sent by the forced air blowing means 10 becomes humidified air, which is a heat radiation cooling layer composed of a heat sink, a heat pipe, or the like. 12 (moisture cycle). That is, when the humid air at a high temperature is cooled by the heat radiation cooling layer 12, the moisture in the air becomes saturated, and water droplets are generated in the heat radiation cooling layer 12.
上記吸湿サイクル及び放湿サイクルの繰返しにより、水生成手段15で発生した水は、第1の貯水部14に貯まり、連通路16を通って第2の貯水部17に搬送される。第2の貯水部17には、先端の鋭い第1の電極31が少なくとも1つ配設されており、前記第1の電極31に対向する第2の電極32との間に高電圧を印加することにより第2の貯水部17の水を霧化してミスト8が発生することになる。   By repeating the moisture absorption cycle and the moisture release cycle, the water generated by the water generating means 15 is stored in the first water storage unit 14 and conveyed to the second water storage unit 17 through the communication path 16. At least one first electrode 31 having a sharp tip is disposed in the second water storage unit 17, and a high voltage is applied between the second water storage unit 17 and the second electrode 32 facing the first electrode 31. As a result, the mist 8 is generated by atomizing the water in the second water reservoir 17.
以上のように本実施の形態によれば、無給水で静電霧化による室内空気の脱臭や室内壁
面等の付着物の脱臭を行うことができる。
As described above, according to the present embodiment, it is possible to deodorize indoor air and deodorize deposits such as indoor wall surfaces by electrostatic atomization with no water supply.
また、吸放湿材層33に吸着された水分を脱離するために、加熱手段11の表面温度は、100℃を超える高温となるので、高温の加熱手段11表面付近を通過する空気中の黴やウィルスを死滅させることが可能となると同時に臭い成分を酸化し、脱臭することもできる。   Further, in order to desorb moisture adsorbed on the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33, the surface temperature of the heating means 11 becomes a high temperature exceeding 100 ° C. Therefore, in the air passing near the surface of the high temperature heating means 11 It is possible to kill moths and viruses and at the same time oxidize odorous components and deodorize them.
また、ゼオライトなどの多孔質材料で構成され、空気中の水分を吸放湿する吸放湿材層33に強制送風手段10に空気を送り込むと、吸放湿材層33には、空気中の水分と共に空気中の臭気成分も吸着するとともに、加熱手段11による加熱空気を送り込むと吸着された水や臭気成分が脱離され、臭気成分は空気調和機2を通って室内に戻されることになるが、吸放湿材層33は白金(Pt)を主成分とした触媒を坦持させることにより、加熱白金(Pt)を主成分とした触媒と接触している臭気成分は、加熱空気が送り込まれることで前記触媒の作用により酸化分解されることになる。   In addition, when air is sent to the forced air blowing means 10 that is made of a porous material such as zeolite and absorbs and releases moisture in the air, the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33 has air in the air. In addition to adsorbing moisture and odor components in the air, when heated air is fed by the heating means 11, the adsorbed water and odor components are desorbed, and the odor components are returned to the room through the air conditioner 2. However, the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 33 carries a catalyst mainly composed of platinum (Pt), so that heated air is sent to the odor component in contact with the catalyst mainly composed of heated platinum (Pt). As a result, it is oxidatively decomposed by the action of the catalyst.
これにより、静電霧化による室内空気の脱臭や室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭に加えて、触媒反応による室内空気の脱臭効果も得ることができる。   Thereby, in addition to the deodorization of indoor air by electrostatic atomization and the deodorization of deposits such as indoor wall surfaces, the effect of deodorizing indoor air by catalytic reaction can also be obtained.
次に、フィルター3の構成について、図3を用いて説明する。   Next, the configuration of the filter 3 will be described with reference to FIG.
図3は、フィルター3の斜視図で、フィルター3は、フィルター枠40と、エアフィルター41と、移動可能な吸入ノズル42と、伸縮自在で一端が吸入ノズル42に接続された吸引ホース43と、吸引ホース43の他端が連結される吸引排気装置44と、一端が吸引排気装置44の排出側と連結されると共に他端が室外に開口した排気ダクト45と、吸入ノズル42を左右に移動させる駆動手段46を有し、図示しない制御装置で、定期的に吸引排気装置44と駆動手段46を運転する事により、吸入ノズル42が右方向又は左方向に移動しながら、エアフィルター41で捕集された塵埃を吸引し、排気ダクト45より室外に自動的に排出されるようになっている。すなわち、移動可能な吸入ノズル42と吸引排気装置44とで、エアフィルター41の自動清掃手段を構成したものである。   3 is a perspective view of the filter 3. The filter 3 includes a filter frame 40, an air filter 41, a movable suction nozzle 42, a suction hose 43 that is extendable and has one end connected to the suction nozzle 42, The suction exhaust device 44 to which the other end of the suction hose 43 is connected, the exhaust duct 45 having one end connected to the discharge side of the suction exhaust device 44 and the other end opened to the outside, and the suction nozzle 42 are moved left and right. The suction filter 42 has a driving means 46 and is periodically collected by a control device (not shown) so that the suction nozzle 42 is collected in the air filter 41 while moving to the right or left. The sucked dust is sucked and automatically discharged from the exhaust duct 45 to the outside. That is, the movable suction nozzle 42 and the suction / exhaust device 44 constitute automatic cleaning means for the air filter 41.
以上のように、エアフィルター41に絡み付いた塵や埃は、定期的に自動的に清掃されるため、エアフィルター41の通風抵抗は常に低い状態で保たれる。   As described above, since dust and dirt entangled with the air filter 41 are automatically cleaned periodically, the ventilation resistance of the air filter 41 is always kept low.
また、空気浄化装置1がフィルター3の下流側に配設されているので、吸込み口2aから流入した空気に混じった塵や埃は、空気浄化装置1に侵入することがなく、従って空気浄化装置1の水生成手段15の加熱手段11による発火・発煙の危険性がなく、空気調和機2の安全性も確保できる。さらに、フィルター3の自動清掃機能により塵埃によるエアフィルター41の目詰まりが防止でき、エアフィルター41の通風抵抗が常に低い状態で保たれるため、安定した水生成能力を発揮できる。   Further, since the air purification device 1 is disposed on the downstream side of the filter 3, dust or dust mixed in the air flowing in from the suction port 2a does not enter the air purification device 1, and therefore the air purification device. There is no risk of ignition and smoke generation by the heating means 11 of the first water generating means 15, and the safety of the air conditioner 2 can be ensured. Furthermore, the air filter 41 can be prevented from being clogged with dust by the automatic cleaning function of the filter 3, and the air resistance of the air filter 41 is always kept low, so that a stable water generating ability can be exhibited.
また、図1に示すように、空気浄化装置1の水生成手段15を、熱交換器4の凝縮水を受ける水受け皿47の上方に配設する構成としている。   Further, as shown in FIG. 1, the water generation means 15 of the air purification device 1 is configured to be disposed above the water tray 47 that receives the condensed water of the heat exchanger 4.
夏など非常に湿度の高い場合、空気中の水分から水生成手段15により水が大量に生成され、第1の貯水部14から水が溢れ出す可能性があるが、下方に水受け皿47が配されているので、空気調和機2のドレイン水とともに室外へ運び出される。   When the humidity is very high such as in summer, a large amount of water may be generated from the water in the air by the water generating means 15 and the water may overflow from the first water storage unit 14. Therefore, it is carried out with the drain water of the air conditioner 2 to the outside.
これにより、空気調和機2の内部・外部への水落ちを防止でき、空気調和機2の充電部(図示せず)に対する安全性の確保や需要家からのクレーム発生を防止できる。   Thereby, the water fall to the inside / outside of the air conditioner 2 can be prevented, and the safety of the charging unit (not shown) of the air conditioner 2 can be ensured and the occurrence of complaints from customers can be prevented.
さらに、図1に示すように、第2の貯水部17の水を霧化してミストを発生させる静電霧化手段20を空気調和機2の吹き出し口2bに配設する構成としている。   Further, as shown in FIG. 1, the electrostatic atomizing means 20 that atomizes the water in the second water storage unit 17 to generate mist is disposed in the outlet 2 b of the air conditioner 2.
上記構成により、第1の電極31と第2の電極32間に高電圧を印可し、第2の貯水部17の水を霧化してミストを発生させても、空気調和機2内部の熱交換器4やクロスフローファン48にミストが衝突し、空気調和機2の吹出し口2bから拡散されるミストの量が激減するということがなく、効率良く、吹き出し口2bからミストを拡散させることができる。   With the above configuration, even if a high voltage is applied between the first electrode 31 and the second electrode 32 and the water in the second water storage unit 17 is atomized to generate mist, heat exchange in the air conditioner 2 is performed. The mist collides with the air conditioner 4 and the cross flow fan 48, and the amount of mist diffused from the air outlet 2b of the air conditioner 2 is not drastically reduced, and the mist can be efficiently diffused from the air outlet 2b. .
これにより、帯電したミストは、空気調和機2の熱交換器4やクロスフローファン48などの影響を受けることなく吹き出し口から出て行くため、効果的に室内空気の脱臭や室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行うことができる。   As a result, the charged mist exits from the outlet without being affected by the heat exchanger 4 or the crossflow fan 48 of the air conditioner 2, so that the indoor air can be effectively deodorized or the indoor wall surface can be attached. Kimono can be deodorized.
(実施の形態2)
図4は、本発明の第2の実施の形態における空気浄化装置の断面図である。なお、上記第1の実施の形態と同一部分については、同一符号を付してその説明を省略する。
(Embodiment 2)
FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view of an air purification device according to the second embodiment of the present invention. Note that the same parts as those in the first embodiment are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is omitted.
本実施の形態は、吸放湿材層と加熱手段からなる吸・放湿ユニットを複数設けそれらを交互に運転して、静電霧化により室内空気及び室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行うのに必要な水を連続的に生成するようにしたものである。   In this embodiment, a plurality of moisture absorption / desorption units composed of a moisture absorption / release material layer and heating means are provided and operated alternately to deodorize deposits such as indoor air and indoor wall surfaces by electrostatic atomization. The water necessary for this is continuously generated.
図4において、放熱冷却層12の上流側に、吸・放湿ユニット21、21aが配され、吸・放湿ユニット21は、空気中の水分を吸湿・放湿する放湿材層33と吸・放湿材層33に強制送風される空気を加熱するための加熱手段11からなり、吸・放湿ユニット21aは空気中の水分を吸湿・放湿する放湿材層33aと吸・放湿材層33aに強制送風される空気を加熱するための加熱手段11aから構成されている。   In FIG. 4, absorption / humidification units 21 and 21a are arranged on the upstream side of the heat dissipation / cooling layer 12, and the absorption / humidification unit 21 absorbs and absorbs moisture in the air with a moisture-absorbing material layer 33. It comprises heating means 11 for heating the air forcedly blown to the moisture release material layer 33, and the moisture absorption / moisture release unit 21a absorbs and releases moisture in the air and the moisture release material layer 33a. It is comprised from the heating means 11a for heating the air forcedly ventilated by the material layer 33a.
吸・放湿ユニット21、21aの上流側には、吸・放湿ユニット21、21aに強制的に空気を送り込む強制送風手段10が設けられ、下流側には、加熱空気を冷却する放熱冷却層12が配され、加熱空気を放熱冷却することで凝縮生成される水を貯める第1の貯水部14と併せて水生成手段15が構成されている。   On the upstream side of the absorption / humidification units 21, 21a, a forced air blowing means 10 for forcibly sending air to the absorption / humidification units 21, 21a is provided, and on the downstream side, a heat dissipation cooling layer for cooling the heated air The water generating means 15 is configured together with a first water storage section 14 that stores water condensed and generated by cooling the heated air with heat radiation.
以上のように構成された空気浄化装置の水生成について、以下その動作、作用を説明する。   The operation | movement and effect | action are demonstrated below about the water production | generation of the air purification apparatus comprised as mentioned above.
吸・放湿ユニット21、21aにおいて、加熱手段11、11aの動作・停止による吸湿サイクルと放湿サイクルを交互に行うように制御することによって、静電霧化に必要な水を連続的に生成することができる。   In the moisture absorption / desorption unit 21, 21a, water necessary for electrostatic atomization is continuously generated by controlling the moisture absorption cycle and moisture release cycle alternately by the operation / stop of the heating means 11, 11a. can do.
これにより、静電霧化により室内空気及び室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行うのに必要な水を連続的に生成することができる。上記実施の形態では、2組の吸・放湿ユニットの構成で説明したが、吸・放湿ユニットは2つ以上であってもよい。   Thereby, water required in order to deodorize deposits, such as indoor air and an indoor wall surface, can be produced | generated continuously by electrostatic atomization. Although the above embodiment has been described with the configuration of two sets of moisture absorption / desorption units, two or more absorption / dehumidification units may be provided.
(実施の形態3)
図5は、本発明の第3の実施の形態における空気浄化装置の断面図である。なお、上記実施の形態と同一部分については、同一符号を付してその説明を省略する。
(Embodiment 3)
FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view of an air purification device according to the third embodiment of the present invention. In addition, about the same part as the said embodiment, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected and the description is abbreviate | omitted.
本実施の形態における空気浄化装置1の水生成手段15は、図5に示すように、円筒状の吸放湿材層22と、前記吸放湿材層22を、ベルト24を介して回転駆動させる駆動装置23と、吸放湿材層22に強制的に空気を送り込む強制送風手段10と、吸放湿材層2
2の一部に対して強制送風される空気を加熱するための加熱手段11と、加熱手段11で加熱された空気を冷却する放熱冷却層12と、加熱された空気を放熱冷却することで凝縮生成される水を貯める第1の貯水部14から構成されている。
As shown in FIG. 5, the water generating means 15 of the air purification device 1 in the present embodiment rotates the cylindrical moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 22 and the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 22 via a belt 24. The driving device 23 to be forced, the forced air blowing means 10 for forcibly sending air to the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 22, and the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 2
Heating means 11 for heating air forcedly blown to a part of 2, heat radiation cooling layer 12 for cooling the air heated by the heating means 11, and condensation by cooling the heated air by heat radiation It is comprised from the 1st water storage part 14 which stores the produced | generated water.
以上のように構成された空気浄化装置について、以下その動作、作用を説明する。   About the air purification apparatus comprised as mentioned above, the operation | movement and an effect | action are demonstrated below.
円筒状の吸放湿材層22は、ベルト24を介して駆動装置23によりゆっくりと回転する。強制送風手段10により円筒状の吸放湿材層22全体に空気が送られており、吸放湿材層22の加熱手段11と対向していない部分、すなわち高温空気に曝されない箇所は、吸湿サイクルを成している。一方、加熱手段11により高温空気に曝される箇所は、放湿サイクルを成しており、吸放湿材層22の1回転において、吸湿サイクル及び放湿サイクルが形成されている。   The cylindrical moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 22 is slowly rotated by the driving device 23 via the belt 24. Air is sent to the entire cylindrical moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 22 by the forced air blowing means 10, and a portion of the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer 22 that is not opposed to the heating means 11, that is, a portion that is not exposed to high temperature air is moisture absorbing. The cycle is complete. On the other hand, the portion exposed to high temperature air by the heating means 11 forms a moisture release cycle, and the moisture absorption cycle and the moisture release cycle are formed in one rotation of the moisture absorption / release material layer 22.
これにより、静電霧化により室内空気及び室内壁面等の付着物の脱臭を行うのに必要な水を連続的に生成することができる。さらに、上記第1、第2の実施の形態のように加熱手段11の動作と停止により吸湿サイクルや放湿サイクルをおこなう必要がないため、比較的簡単な構成及び制御系で実現することができる。   Thereby, water required in order to deodorize deposits, such as indoor air and an indoor wall surface, can be produced | generated continuously by electrostatic atomization. Furthermore, since it is not necessary to perform a moisture absorption cycle or a moisture release cycle by the operation and stop of the heating means 11 as in the first and second embodiments, it can be realized with a relatively simple configuration and control system. .
以上のように、本発明にかかる空気調和機は、無給水で静電霧化による脱臭を実現することが可能であり、居室やトイレや車室内などの空間の脱臭用途に適用できる。また、生ゴミ処理機や洗濯機や掃除機など機器から発生する臭気の脱臭の用途にも適用できる。   As described above, the air conditioner according to the present invention can achieve deodorization by electrostatic atomization with no water supply, and can be applied to deodorization of a space such as a living room, a toilet, or a vehicle interior. It can also be applied to deodorizing odors generated from devices such as garbage disposal machines, washing machines and vacuum cleaners.
本発明の実施の形態1における空気浄化装置を搭載した空気調和機の断面図Sectional drawing of the air conditioner carrying the air purification apparatus in Embodiment 1 of this invention. 同空気浄化装置の断面図Cross section of the air purification device 同空気調和機のフィルターの斜視図Perspective view of the filter of the air conditioner 本発明の実施の形態2における空気浄化装置の断面図Sectional drawing of the air purification apparatus in Embodiment 2 of this invention 本発明の実施の形態3における空気浄化装置の断面図Sectional drawing of the air purification apparatus in Embodiment 3 of this invention 従来の静電霧化式空気浄化装置の断面図Sectional view of a conventional electrostatic atomizing air purification device 従来の空気清浄機の断面図Cross section of conventional air purifier
1 空気浄化装置
2 空気調和機
3 フィルター
4 熱交換器
10 強制送風手段
11 加熱手段
12 加熱冷却層
14 第1の貯水部
15 水生成手段
17 第2の貯水部
20 静電霧化手段
21、21a 吸・放湿ユニット
22、33 吸放湿材層
31 第1の電極(電極)
32 第2の電極(電極)
33 吸放湿材層
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Air purification apparatus 2 Air conditioner 3 Filter 4 Heat exchanger 10 Forced ventilation means 11 Heating means 12 Heating / cooling layer 14 1st water storage part 15 Water production | generation means 17 2nd water storage part 20 Electrostatic atomization means 21, 21a Absorption and desorption unit 22, 33 Absorption and desorption material layer 31 First electrode (electrode)
32 Second electrode (electrode)
33 Hygroscopic material layer

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  1. 吸込み口と、前記吸込み口の下流側に配され前記吸込み口から流入する空気に含まれる塵埃を捕集するフィルターと、前記フィルターの下流側に配置された空気浄化装置と、前記フィルターで浄化され、熱交換器、クロスフローファンを通ってきた空気を吹き出す吹出し口を備え、前記空気浄化装置は、水生成手段と、ミストを発生させる静電霧化手段からなり、前記水生成手段は、空気中の水分を吸湿・放湿する吸放湿材層と、前記吸放湿材層に空気を送り込む強制送風手段と、前記吸放湿材層に強制通風される空気を加熱する加熱手段と、前記吸放湿材層を通過した加熱空気を放熱冷却する放熱冷却層と、放熱冷却されて凝縮生成される水を貯める第1の貯水部と、前記吸放湿材層に空気中の水分を吸着させる吸湿サイクルと前記吸放湿材層に加熱空気を送り込むことにより前記吸放湿材層に吸着された水分を脱離させる放湿サイクルを交互に動作させる制御手段からなり、前記静電霧化手段は、第2の貯水部と、前記第1の貯水部に貯められた水を前記第2の貯水部に搬送する連通路と、前記第2の貯水部に設けられた1対の電極からなり、前記1対の電極間に高電圧を印加することにより前記第2の貯水部の水を霧化してミストを発生させるように構成するとともに、前記水生成手段は前記吹出し口以外のフィルターの下流に配置し、かつ、前記静電霧化手段は前記水生成手段から連通路を介して水の搬送を受けるようにして前記吹出し口に配置したことを特徴とする空気調和機。 Purified by the suction port, a filter that is disposed downstream of the suction port and collects dust contained in the air flowing in from the suction port, an air purification device disposed on the downstream side of the filter, and the filter A heat exchanger, and a blowout port for blowing out the air that has passed through the cross flow fan, wherein the air purification device includes water generation means and electrostatic atomization means for generating mist, and the water generation means includes air A moisture absorbing / releasing material layer for absorbing and releasing moisture therein, a forced air blowing means for sending air to the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer, and a heating means for heating the air forced through the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer, A heat-dissipating cooling layer that radiates and cools the heated air that has passed through the moisture-absorbing / releasing material layer; a first water storage part that stores water that is condensed and generated by heat-dissipating cooling; Moisture absorption cycle to adsorb and the moisture absorption / release Comprising a control means for alternately operating a moisture release cycle for desorbing moisture adsorbed on the moisture absorbent / release material layer by sending heated air into the layer, the electrostatic atomizing means comprising: a second water storage section; And a communication path for conveying water stored in the first water storage section to the second water storage section, and a pair of electrodes provided in the second water storage section, and between the pair of electrodes. It is configured to generate mist by atomizing the water in the second water storage section by applying a high voltage, and the water generating means is disposed downstream of a filter other than the outlet , and the static An air conditioner characterized in that the electroatomizing means is arranged at the outlet so as to receive water from the water generating means via a communication path.
  2. 吸放湿材層と加熱手段を組み合わせた吸・放湿ユニットを少なくとも2つ以上有し、前記吸・放湿ユニットを、吸湿サイクルと放湿サイクルを交互に分担動作させるようにした請求項1に記載の空気調和機。 2. The apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising at least two moisture absorbing / desorbing units each combining a moisture absorbing / releasing material layer and heating means, wherein the moisture absorbing / dehumidifying units are alternately operated in a moisture absorption cycle and a moisture desorption cycle. Air conditioner as described in.
  3. 吸放湿材層を円筒状に形成し、前記吸放湿材層を回転駆動させる駆動装置を設け、加熱手段で、前記吸放湿材層の一部に強制送風される空気を加熱するようにした請求項1に記載の空気調和機。 A moisture absorbing / releasing material layer is formed in a cylindrical shape, a driving device is provided for rotationally driving the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer, and heating means heats the air forcedly blown to a part of the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer. The air conditioner according to claim 1.
  4. 吸放湿材層に白金(Pt)を主成分とした触媒を坦持させた請求項1〜3のいずれか1項に記載の空気調和機。 The air conditioner according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein a catalyst mainly composed of platinum (Pt) is supported on the moisture absorbing / releasing material layer.
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