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JP5112270B2
JP5112270B2 JP2008311215A JP2008311215A JP5112270B2 JP 5112270 B2 JP5112270 B2 JP 5112270B2 JP 2008311215 A JP2008311215 A JP 2008311215A JP 2008311215 A JP2008311215 A JP 2008311215A JP 5112270 B2 JP5112270 B2 JP 5112270B2
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  The present invention relates to a scalp care device that massages the scalp by blowing air.

Usually, the scalp care apparatus as described above includes a main body case that houses the blower and a nozzle that is attached to the main body case. That is, the user blows the air blown from the air outlet formed at the tip of the nozzle to the scalp, so that the massage effect by the wind pressure (promotion of blood circulation and the activation of scalp cells and hair roots (hair matrix cells) thereby Etc.) can be obtained. And, for example, in the scalp care device described in Patent Document 1, a roller having warped projections is provided at the tip of the nozzle, and the roller is used in contact with the scalp. It is possible to obtain a massage effect by pressing the warped protrusion.
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  However, in the above-described conventional configuration, there is a possibility that the roller entangles with the hair when moving the blowing position of the air blow and causes hair breakage or hair loss. In addition, the wind noise and pressure during use depend on the taste of the individual, and the blowing distance of the air blown by the roller protruding from the nozzle tip is not necessarily comfortable for all users. There is no such thing. Therefore, the user may feel uncomfortable with the wind noise and wind pressure, and there is still room for improvement in this respect.

  The present invention has been made to solve the above-described problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide a scalp care device capable of obtaining a higher massage effect while ensuring a safe and comfortable feeling of use. It is in.

In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the invention described in claim 1 includes a main body case that houses a blower and a nozzle that is attached to the main body case, and the tip of the nozzle is pumped to the blower. In the scalp care device in which a blowout outlet is formed by which the blown air is converged and blown out, it is provided with a rotation mechanism that rotates the nozzle, and the blowout outlet is formed in an elongated rectangular shape as a whole, The nozzle is formed in a non-concentric circular shape with reference to the rotation axis of the nozzle, and includes a closing portion that closes the outlet in the center in the longitudinal direction of the outlet. The gist is that it is divided into two flow paths provided on both sides of the blocking portion .

  According to the said structure, the position of the scalp where the ventilation from a blower outlet is sprayed moves by rotation of a nozzle. As a result, a wider range of massages is possible. Further, the hair is scraped by changing the blowing direction with the rotation of the nozzle. As a result, it is possible to blow air directly onto the scalp. As a result, a higher massage effect can be obtained while realizing a safe and comfortable feeling of use.

Moreover, according to the said structure, a wind pressure can be raised locally and the massage effect can be heightened. Furthermore, when the nozzle is rotated, a plurality of fluxes are spiraled, and a synergistic effect causes a point where the wind pressure increases. And by using the high wind pressure, an even higher massage effect can be obtained.

The gist of the invention described in claim 2 is that it includes a heater for heating the air blowing.
According to the said structure, it becomes possible to blow off the warm air heated by the heater from the blower outlet. As a result, the massage effect can be enhanced and a hair drying function can be added.

The gist of the invention described in claim 3 is that it includes a liquid spraying device for spraying liquid in the blowing direction of the air.
The gist of the invention described in claim 4 is that it includes a charged fine particle generator capable of generating charged fine particles.

According to each said structure, the synergistic effect by the liquid agent and charged fine particles can be anticipated.
The gist of the invention described in claim 5 is that the nozzle is detachable from the main body case.

According to the above configuration, it is possible to select and use variously shaped nozzles according to the user's application and taste.
The gist of the invention described in claim 6 is that the rotating mechanism is driven by a motor of the blower.

  According to the said structure, compared with the structure which provides the motor for nozzle rotation, an electrical structure becomes simple. As a result, weight reduction and cost reduction can be achieved.

  According to the present invention, there is provided a scalp care device capable of obtaining a higher massage effect while ensuring a safe and comfortable feeling of use.

(First embodiment)
Hereinafter, a first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
As shown in FIG. 1, the scalp care device 1 of this embodiment includes a main body case 2 formed in a substantially cylindrical shape, and a blower that rotationally drives a fan 4 by a motor 3 in the main body case 2. 5 is provided.

  In the present embodiment, a suction port 7 is formed in one of the axial ends of the main body case 2 (the rear opening 6, the left end in the figure), and the blower 5 By the rotation, air sucked into the main body case 2 from the suction port 7 is pumped in the direction of the other axial end (front opening 8, right end in the figure). .

  In the present embodiment, the suction port 7 is provided with a mesh-like lattice portion 9, thereby preventing foreign matter from being sucked into the main body case 2. The side surface of the body case 2 is provided with a handle portion 10 extending in a direction substantially orthogonal to the axis thereof. The handle portion 10 includes a switch 11 operated by a user, a motor control board. 12 and a power supply cord 13 for connecting the motor control board 12 and an external power source are incorporated. The blower 5 (the motor 3 thereof) is rotated based on the power supply from the motor control board 12 according to the operation input to the switch 11, whereby the above-described air blowing is performed.

Moreover, in this embodiment body, the nozzle 15 for converging and blowing out the ventilation sent by the air blower 5 is attached to the front opening 8 of the main body case 2.
As shown in FIG. 2, the nozzle 15 of the present embodiment is formed in a cylindrical shape in accordance with the shape of the front opening 8 of the main body case 2 on the base end 16 side attached to the main body case 2. The front end portion 18 where the air outlet 17 is formed has a flat rectangular tube shape. That is, in the nozzle 15 of this embodiment, the cross-sectional area is reduced by gradually changing the shape from the base end portion 16 side to the tip end portion 18 side by gradually narrowing the outer diameter along the axial direction. I am letting. That is, it is possible to increase the flow velocity by converging the air passing through the inside. In the scalp care device 1 of the present embodiment, the nozzle 15 configured as described above is rotatably attached to the front opening 8 of the main body case 2 and has the axis L as the rotation axis. A rotation mechanism 19 that rotates the nozzle 15 is provided.

  Specifically, as shown in FIG. 1, in the present embodiment, the front opening 8 of the main body case 2 is formed with a small-diameter portion 20 having a small outer diameter. Specifically, the outer diameter of the small diameter portion 20 is set slightly smaller than the inner diameter of the base end portion 16 of the nozzle 15. The nozzle 15 is attached to the main body case 2 so as to be rotatable about the axis L by loosely fitting the base end portion 16 to the small diameter portion 20.

  In the present embodiment, a housing portion 21 that houses the rotating mechanism 19 is formed in the vicinity of the front opening 8 of the main body case 2, and the housing portion 21 is rotated by the motor 22 and the motor 22. The rotor 23 to be driven is accommodated.

  Specifically, the motor 22 rotates based on the power supply from the motor control board 12, similarly to the motor 3 that is the drive source of the blower 5. Further, the rotor 23 is in contact with the base end portion 16 of the nozzle 15 loosely fitted into the small diameter portion 20 as described above, specifically, the outer peripheral surface 25 thereof. In the present embodiment, the rotor 23 is formed of an elastic member having a large frictional force such as a rubber material. Then, the rotation mechanism 19 of the present embodiment is configured such that the operation of the blower 5 by the operation input to the switch 11 provided in the handle portion 10, that is, the start of air blowing, and the rotation of the motor 22 that is the driving source of the rotation mechanism 15 is configured to rotate the nozzle 15 (see FIG. 3).

Next, the usage example of the scalp care apparatus 1 comprised as mentioned above is demonstrated.
The user grips the handle portion 10 of the scalp care apparatus 1 with the tip of the nozzle 15 facing the head, and operates the switch 11 provided on the handle portion 10. And it is possible to perform the massage by blowing the air blown from the blower outlet 17 on the scalp.

In addition, such a massage by blowing air can obtain a high effect when the wind pressure blown on the scalp is about 25 to 125 kPa (kilopascal), and is further about 50 to 60 kPa. In some cases, the effect is maximized. And in the scalp care apparatus 1 of this embodiment, by operating the switch 11 provided in the said handle | steering-wheel part 10, the wind pressure of the above optimal ranges is in the ventilation position about 100 mm away from the blower outlet 17. It is configured to be obtained. That is, it is desirable to use the scalp care device 1 of the present embodiment at a position about 100 mm away from the part to be massaged.

  In addition, as shown in FIG. 2, the tip portion 18 of the nozzle 15 in the present embodiment is formed in a flat rectangular tube shape, and the air outlet 17 formed in the tip portion 18 also has a rectangular cross section. It has a shape. That is, the air outlet 17 is formed in a non-concentric circle shape with respect to the rotation axis (axis line L) of the nozzle 15, and the position of the scalp where the air blown from the air outlet 17 is blown moves by the rotation of the nozzle 15. To do. In the present embodiment, this enables a wider range of massage. In addition, the hair is scraped by changing the blowing direction with the rotation of the nozzle 15, so that the blowing can be directly blown onto the scalp. And in this embodiment, it has composition which can acquire a higher massage effect, realizing a safe and comfortable feeling of use by this.

  In order to obtain the effects as described above, the rotation speed of the nozzle 15 is preferably about 60 to 240 rpm, and more preferably about 100 to 130 rpm. In this embodiment, by operating the switch 11 provided in the handle portion 10, the rotational speed of the nozzle 15 can be controlled within such an optimal range.

As described above, according to the present embodiment, the following operations and effects can be obtained.
The scalp care device 1 includes a main body case 2 and a blower 5 formed in a substantially cylindrical shape. In addition, a nozzle 15 that converges and blows out the air sent by the blower 5 is rotatably attached to the front opening 8 of the main body case 2, and the nozzle 15 is rotated with the axis L as a rotation axis. A rotation mechanism 19 is provided. And the cross section of the blower outlet 17 formed in the front-end | tip part 18 is formed in the elongate rectangular shape, ie, the non-concentric circular shape on the basis of the rotating shaft (axis line L) of the nozzle 15.

  According to the above configuration, the position of the scalp where the air blown from the air outlet 17 is blown moves as the nozzle 15 rotates. As a result, a wider range of massages is possible. Further, the hair is scraped by changing the blowing direction as the nozzle 15 rotates. As a result, it is possible to blow air directly onto the scalp. As a result, a higher massage effect can be obtained while realizing a safe and comfortable feeling of use.

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Hereinafter, a second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. For convenience of explanation, the same components as those in the first embodiment are denoted by the same reference numerals, and the description thereof is omitted.

  As shown in FIG. 4, in the scalp care device 31 of the present embodiment, the main body case 2 includes an outer cylinder 32 that houses the blower 5 and is provided with a handle portion 10 on the outer periphery, and an inner side of the outer cylinder 32. And an inner cylindrical body 35 that is rotatably supported by bearings 33 and 34. Further, in the present embodiment, the nozzle 15 has a base end portion 16 that is spline-fitted to the front opening portion 36 (the right axial end portion in the figure) of the inner cylinder body 35, thereby It is attached so as not to rotate relative to the body 35. And the rotation mechanism 37 of this embodiment is the structure which rotates this inner cylinder 35 and the nozzle 15 integrally by using the motor 3 of the air blower 5 as a drive source.

  More specifically, in the present embodiment, the inner cylindrical body 35 is provided in the vicinity of the front opening 38 of the outer cylindrical body 32 (the right axial end in the figure). In addition, the motor 3 that is a drive source of the blower 5 is arranged behind the inner cylinder 35 in the outer cylinder 32 (on the left side in the figure) and provided at the tip of the motor shaft 39. The fan 4 is disposed in the inner cylinder 35 by extending the motor shaft 39. The inner cylinder 35 is provided with a transmission mechanism 40 that transmits the rotation of the motor shaft 39 to the inner cylinder 35.

  More specifically, as shown in FIG. 5, the motor shaft 39 is provided with a first sun gear 41. A ring gear 42 is formed on the inner circumference of the inner cylinder 35, and a second sun gear 43 is engaged with the ring gear 42. The first sun gear 41 and the second sun gear 43 are engaged with the third sun gear 44, so that the motor shaft 39 and the inner cylinder 35 are drivingly connected.

  That is, in this embodiment, the inner cylinder 35 having the nozzle 15 fixed to the front opening 36 thereof, and a transmission mechanism for drivingly connecting the inner cylinder 35 and the motor shaft 39 (the above gears (41 to 44)). ) To form a rotation mechanism 37.

  In the present embodiment, the inner cylinder 35 is provided with a heater 45 for heating the air blown by the blower 5. The heater 45 is configured to generate an amount of heat corresponding to the electric power supplied from the heater control board 46 accommodated in the handle portion 10, and the operator can use the switch 11 provided on the handle portion 10. , The amount of power supplied to the heater 45, that is, the heat generation of the heater 45 can be controlled. And from the front-end | tip part 18 (nozzle outlet 17) of the nozzle 15, the warm air heated by this heater 45 is blown off.

In addition, it is desirable that the temperature when the scalp is sprayed is about 10 to 50 ° C., and the effect is about 35 to 42 ° C. Maximum. Moreover, when using as a dryer for drying hair, it is desirable that the temperature at which the hair is sprayed is about 60 to 150 ° C, and more preferably about 80 to 120 ° C. And in scalp care apparatus 1 of this embodiment, the hot air which has the said optimal temperature range in the ventilation position about 100 mm away from the blower outlet 17 by operating switch 11 provided in the said handle | steering-wheel part 10 is operated. It is comprised so that can be obtained.

As described above, according to the present embodiment, the following operations and effects can be obtained.
(1) The main body case 2 includes an outer cylindrical body 32 that houses the blower 5 and an inner cylindrical body 35 that is rotatably supported inside the outer cylindrical body 32. The nozzle 15 is attached to the inner cylinder 35 so as not to rotate relative to the inner cylinder 35 by the spline fitting of the base end portion 16 to the front opening 36 of the inner cylinder 35. The rotating mechanism 37 rotates the inner cylinder 35 and the nozzle 15 integrally with the motor 3 of the blower 5 as a drive source.

  According to the said structure, compared with the structure which provides the motor for nozzle rotation, an electrical structure becomes simple. As a result, weight reduction and cost reduction can be achieved. Further, the nozzle 15 can be stably rotated without dropping the nozzle 15.

  (2) In the inner cylinder 35, a heater 45 for heating the air blown by the blower 5 is provided. Thereby, it becomes possible to blow out the warm air heated by the heater 45 from the front end portion 18 (the air outlet 17) of the nozzle 15. As a result, the massage effect can be enhanced and a hair drying function can be added.

In addition, you may change each said embodiment as follows.
In each of the above embodiments, the air outlet 17 formed at the tip 18 of the nozzle 15 has a rectangular shape with an elongated cross section. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and any other shape may be used as long as it is a non-concentric circular shape based on the rotation axis (axis line L) of the nozzle 15. That is, when the shape is concentric with respect to the rotation axis of the nozzle 15, the blowing position does not move even when the nozzle 15 rotates, and the above effect cannot be obtained. .

  -Moreover, the structure by which the blower outlet 48 was divided by the some flow path 49a, 49b like the nozzle 47 shown in FIG. 6 may be sufficient. With such a configuration, it is possible to increase the massage effect by locally increasing the wind pressure. Furthermore, when the nozzle 15 is rotated, a plurality of fluxes are spiraled, and the synergistic effect causes a point where the wind pressure increases. And the higher massage effect can be acquired by utilizing the high wind pressure. Needless to say, the number and shape of the flow paths defined as the outlets are not limited to the example shown in FIG.

  In the second embodiment, in the configuration in which the main body case 2 has the inner cylinder 35 that rotates inside the outer cylinder 32, the heater 45 is provided inside the inner cylinder 35 as an additional function part other than air blowing. The configuration. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and as shown in FIG. 7, the heater 45 is provided for the configuration in which the nozzle 15 is directly rotated without the configuration like the inner cylinder as in the first embodiment. It is good also as a structure.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 8, as an additional function unit other than air blowing, by providing a tank 51 capable of storing liquid and its discharge unit 52, a liquid spraying device 53 capable of spraying liquid in the blowing direction of the air blowing. It is good also as a structure which can spray liquid agents, such as a treatment agent, a set agent, or a hair restorer other than water and steam. Thereby, the synergistic effect with the liquid agent spray can be expected. Further, a charged fine particle generator 54 may be provided in place of the liquid spraying device 53, and in this case, the same synergistic effect can be expected. In addition, the structure provided in the inner side of the main body case 2 may be sufficient as these additional function parts. Further, a configuration using a single device having a plurality of additional functions including at least one of the heater 45, the liquid spraying device 53, and the charged particle generation device 54 may be used.

  -Although it did not mention in this embodiment in particular, it is desirable for the nozzle 15 to be removable with respect to the main body case 2 (inner cylinder 35). As a result, it is possible to select and use variously shaped nozzles 15 in accordance with the user's application and preferences.

  Further, it is preferable to provide an additional function unit such as the heater 45, the liquid spraying device 53, and the charged particulate generator 54 on the nozzle side. For example, as shown in FIG. 9, a heater 45 is provided in the nozzle 55. For supplying power to the heater 45, it is preferable to provide contacts 56 and 57 such as slip rings on both the main body case 2 (outer cylinder 32) and the nozzle 55.

  If it is set as such a structure, the use as a dryer will be attained by replacing the nozzle 15 with the nozzle 55. FIG. Further, when the nozzle 15 is replaced and used as a scalp care device, the device becomes smaller and the operability is improved by the absence of the heater 45. Further, the distance from the blower 5 to the air outlet 17 of the nozzle 15 is shortened, so that the pressure loss is reduced, and as a result, a higher massage effect can be obtained.

-Moreover, when using as a mere dryer, it is good also as a structure where the replaced nozzle does not rotate.
-The rotor in the said 1st Embodiment may be the structure which rotates the nozzle 15 by meshing | engagement of a gear. On the other hand, the transmission mechanism 40 in the second embodiment may not be based on meshing of gears but may be based on transmission of driving force by frictional force using a rubber-based material or the like. Further, it is not based on such physical contact, but may be electromagnetic transmission such as magnetic induction.

-Although not mentioned in particular in each said embodiment, even if the rotation direction of the nozzle 15 (55) is one direction, you may perform reciprocation.
In the second embodiment, the rotation of the motor shaft 39 is transmitted to the inner cylinder 35 by the three sun gears (41, 43, 34) and the ring gear 42 formed on the inner periphery of the inner cylinder 35. The transmission mechanism 40 is configured (see FIGS. 4 and 5). However, the present invention is not limited to this. For example, the transmission mechanism 40 may be configured using four or more gears.

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 10 and 11, the transmission mechanism 60 may be configured by interposing a reduction gear 63 between the sun gear 62 meshed with the ring gear 42 and the motor shaft 39. Specifically, the motor shaft 39 may be connected to the input shaft 64 of the speed reducer 63 in which a speed reduction mechanism (not shown) is incorporated, and the sun gear 62 may be connected to the output shaft 65 of the speed reducer 63. The transmission mechanism of the transmission mechanism as described above is preferably about 1: 100.

Next, technical ideas other than the claims that can be grasped from the above embodiments will be described together with the operation thereof.
(Supplementary Note 1) before SL nozzle, wherein together detachable from the main body casing, the nozzle, the blowing heater for heating the liquid spray device for spraying a liquid in the delivery direction of the air blowing, and the charged particles A scalp care device, characterized in that an additional function part having at least one function of a charged particle generator capable of generating a hair is provided.

  According to the said structure, the use only for a dryer becomes possible, for example by replacement | exchange of the nozzle. Moreover, when using with the scalp care apparatus which does not have an additional function part in a nozzle, an apparatus becomes small by the part of the said additional function part, As a result, operativity improves. And furthermore, pressure loss decreases because the distance from a blower to a blower outlet becomes short. As a result, a higher massage effect can be obtained.

(Supplementary Note 2) before Symbol rotation mechanism includes a rotatably the main body case supporting in-cylinder body in a housing of, be provided with a transmission mechanism for transmitting the rotation of the motor to the tube body, the nozzle is the A scalp care device, wherein the scalp care device is attached to an open end of a cylindrical body.

  According to the said structure, compared with the structure which provides the motor for nozzle rotation, an electrical structure becomes simple. As a result, weight reduction and cost reduction can be achieved. Further, the nozzle can be stably rotated without dropping the nozzle.

The schematic structure figure of the scalp care apparatus in a 1st embodiment. The perspective view of a nozzle. Explanatory drawing which shows the nozzle which rotates. The schematic block diagram of the scalp care apparatus in 2nd Embodiment. AA sectional drawing. The perspective view of the nozzle of another example. The schematic block diagram of the scalp care apparatus of another example. The schematic block diagram of the scalp care apparatus of another example. The schematic block diagram of the scalp care apparatus of another example. The schematic block diagram of the scalp care apparatus of another example. BB sectional drawing.

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  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1,31 ... Scalp care apparatus, 2 ... Main body case, 3 ... Motor, 4 ... Fan, 5 ... Blower, 8 ... Front opening part, 10 ... Handle part, 11 ... Switch, 12 ... Motor control board, 15, 47, 55 ... Nozzle, 16 ... Base end, 17, 48 ... Outlet, 18 ... Tip, 19, 37 ... Rotating mechanism, 20 ... Small diameter part, 22 ... Motor, 23 ... Rotor, 24 ... Inner circumference, 25 ... Outer circumference Surface, 32 ... Outer cylinder, 35 ... Inner cylinder, 36, 38 ... Front opening, 39 ... Motor shaft, 40, 60 ... Transmission mechanism, 45 ... Heater, 46 ... Heater control board, 49a, 49b ... Flow path , 51 ... tank, 52 ... discharge section, 53 ... liquid spraying device, 54 ... charged particle generator, L ... axis (rotary axis).

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  1. A scalp care comprising a main body case that houses a blower and a nozzle that is attached to the main body case, and at the tip of the nozzle, an air outlet is formed by which the air blown to the blower is converged and blown out. In the device
    A rotation mechanism for rotating the nozzle,
    The blower outlet is formed in a non-concentric circular shape with a cross section formed in an elongated rectangular shape as a whole, with the rotation axis of the nozzle as a reference ,
    A central portion in the longitudinal direction of the air outlet includes a closing portion that closes the air outlet,
    By the blocking part, the outlet is divided into two flow paths provided on both sides of the blocking part,
    Scalp care device characterized by.
  2. The scalp care device according to claim 1 ,
    A scalp care device comprising a heater for heating the air.
  3. In the scalp care apparatus of Claim 1 or Claim 2 ,
    Comprising a liquid spraying device for spraying liquid in the blowing direction of the air flow;
    Scalp care device characterized by.
  4. In the scalp care apparatus as described in any one of Claims 1-3 ,
    Having a charged particle generator capable of generating charged particles;
    Scalp care device characterized by.
  5. In the scalp care apparatus as described in any one of Claims 1-4 ,
    The nozzle is detachable from the body case;
    Scalp care device characterized by.
  6. In the scalp care apparatus as described in any one of Claims 1-5 ,
    The rotating mechanism is driven by a motor of the blower;
    Scalp care device characterized by.
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