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JP5918889B1
JP5918889B1 JP2015169891A JP2015169891A JP5918889B1 JP 5918889 B1 JP5918889 B1 JP 5918889B1 JP 2015169891 A JP2015169891 A JP 2015169891A JP 2015169891 A JP2015169891 A JP 2015169891A JP 5918889 B1 JP5918889 B1 JP 5918889B1
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【課題】容器内の高粘度内容物を簡単に取り出す。【解決手段】全長に応じてばね力が変化する遠心力伝達部材11と、摩擦接触部材12aと、摩擦接触部材12bと、遠心力伝達部材11に固着される容器装着部材13,14と、を備え、摩擦接触部材12aと脱水槽側面30bとの間に生じる摩擦力を、摩擦接触部材12aに加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に摩擦接触部材12aに加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、摩擦接触部材12bと脱水槽側面30bとの間に生じる摩擦力を、摩擦接触部材12bに加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に摩擦接触部材12bに加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするようにばね力を設定可能とする。【選択図】図1A high-viscosity content in a container is easily removed. A centrifugal force transmission member 11 whose spring force changes according to the total length, a friction contact member 12a, a friction contact member 12b, and container mounting members 13 and 14 fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member 11. The frictional force generated between the friction contact member 12a and the dewatering tank side surface 30b is larger than the gravity applied to the friction contact member 12a, and the tangential direction applied to the friction contact member 12a when the rotating tank side surface rotates. The frictional contact member is made larger than the rotational force, the frictional force generated between the frictional contact member 12b and the dewatering tank side face 30b is larger than the gravity applied to the frictional contact member 12b, and the rotary tank side face rotates. The spring force can be set to be larger than the tangential rotational force applied to 12b. [Selection] Figure 1

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本発明は、容器内の高粘度内容物を収拾する器具(高粘度内容物収拾器具)および容器内の高粘度内容物を収拾する方法(高粘度内容物収拾方法)に関する。   The present invention relates to a device for collecting high-viscosity contents in a container (high-viscosity content collection device) and a method for collecting high-viscosity contents in a container (high-viscosity content collection method).

マヨネーズ、ケチャップ、蜂蜜、水飴等で代表される、コロイド状、ゲル状、ペースト状の食品類は、柔軟なプラスチック製チューブ容器に収容された商品として市販されている。これらの食品類をプラスチック製チューブ容器から取出すに際しては、容器を手で押して容器の先端の内容物取出口から絞り出している。また、家庭内においては、これらの食品類のみならず、化粧品、練状歯磨、練状糊等の同様の形態で提供される商品があふれている。これらの商品は、容器の内容物が高粘度液体であるという特徴を有している。   Colloidal, gel, and pasty foods represented by mayonnaise, ketchup, honey, chickenpox, etc. are commercially available as products contained in flexible plastic tube containers. When taking out these foods from the plastic tube container, the container is pushed by hand and squeezed out from the content outlet at the tip of the container. In addition, not only these foods but also products provided in similar forms such as cosmetics, toothpastes, pastes and the like are overflowing in the home. These products are characterized in that the contents of the container are high viscosity liquids.

そして、手で押しても容器から内容物を絞り出せなくなると容器を捨てるのが通常の利用の形態であった。しかしながら、プラスチック製チューブ容器の内側の表面にはまだ利用できる内容物が付着しており、容器に付着している内容物を利用することなく無駄に捨ててしまうこととなり好ましくない。また、捨てたプラスチック製チューブ容器の内容物が腐敗すると衛生上好ましくない。さらに、内容物が多量に付着した容器はリサイクル(再利用)を困難にするのでそのような状態で捨てるのは好ましくない。すなわち、このような内容物がまだ付着した状態のプラスチック製チューブ容器を捨てることは地球環境の維持の観点からも好ましいものではない。このような問題は、柔らかいプラスチック製チューブ容器のみならず、より硬い容器を用いる場合にも生じる問題である。   When the contents cannot be squeezed out of the container even if it is pushed by hand, the container is usually discarded. However, the contents that can still be used are adhered to the inner surface of the plastic tube container, which is not preferable because the contents attached to the container are discarded without being used. Further, if the contents of the discarded plastic tube container rot, it is not preferable for hygiene purposes. Furthermore, since a container with a large amount of contents is difficult to recycle (reuse), it is not preferable to discard it in such a state. That is, it is not preferable from the viewpoint of maintaining the global environment to discard the plastic tube container with such contents still attached. Such a problem arises not only when a soft plastic tube container is used but also when a harder container is used.

そこで、従来から、内容物を残すことなく取出して利用しようとするための種々の以下のような技術が提案されている。例えば、容器を切開して容器の内面に付着している内容物を、へら、で擦って取出す技術(第1の技術と称する)があるが、この技術では内容物の取出しに手間がかかってしまう。   In view of this, various techniques have been proposed in the past for taking out and using contents without leaving them. For example, there is a technique (referred to as the first technique) in which the contents attached to the inner surface of the container are cut by scraping with a spatula (referred to as the first technique), but this technique takes time and effort to take out the contents. End up.

また、例えば、容器の内部に水を入れて洗浄する技術(第2の技術と称する)があるが、この技術では容器のリサイクルという目的は達せられても容器内部に残った内容物を利用することができない。   In addition, for example, there is a technique (referred to as a second technique) for putting water into a container and washing it, but this technique uses the contents remaining in the container even if the purpose of recycling the container is achieved. I can't.

また、例えば、容器に手では加えられない程の強い圧力を加える装置(圧力印加装置)によって内容物を絞り出す技術(第3の技術と称する)が提案されている(特許文献1、特許文献2、特許文献3、特許文献4を参照)が、この技術では、容器の形状に応じて圧力印加装置の形状を変更しなければならず、種々の形態の容器に対応するための種々の形態の圧力印加装置が家庭内にあふれてしまうこととなる。また、この方法の原理は、容器の両側面から圧力を加えるものであるので、圧縮されてつぶされた容器の内面には圧縮された内容物が残ってしまう。さらに、硬い材料で形成される内容物取出口が配されている多くの容器においては、内容物取出口を押しつぶすのは困難であるために内容物取出口の付近に付着する内容物は取出すことができない。   In addition, for example, a technique (referred to as a third technique) for squeezing the contents with a device (pressure applying device) that applies a pressure that is too strong to be manually applied to the container has been proposed (Patent Document 1, Patent Document 2). However, in this technique, the shape of the pressure applying device must be changed according to the shape of the container, and various forms for accommodating various forms of containers are available. The pressure application device will overflow in the home. Further, since the principle of this method is to apply pressure from both sides of the container, the compressed contents remain on the inner surface of the container that has been compressed and crushed. In addition, in many containers with a content outlet formed of a hard material, it is difficult to crush the content outlet, so the contents adhering to the vicinity of the content outlet must be removed. I can't.

また、例えば、内容物取出口が下になるように容器を逆さに立てるスタンドを用いる技術(第4の技術と称する)が提案されている(特許文献5、特許文献6を参照)が、内容物を落下させる力は重力加速度である。重力加速度の大きさは、1G(ジー)=9.80665m/sec(メータ/秒)である。そのために、内容物と容器内部面との親和性が高い場合には内容物は重力加速度である1Gが加わっても下方に落下することなく容器内部面に張り付いたままである(特許文献6の図8を参照)。また、容器スタンドに容器を長時間立てた後にのみ内容物を内容物取出口の方向に落下させて集める効果が生じるのであるから、頻繁に用いる容器については、容器が装着された容器スタンドが卓上のスペースを占拠し、引出内のスペースを占拠し、冷蔵庫内のスペースを占拠するなどして取扱いが不便である。さらに、容器の形状に応じた種々の形状の容器スタンドが要求される。 In addition, for example, a technique using a stand that raises the container upside down so that the content outlet is located (referred to as a fourth technique) has been proposed (see Patent Document 5 and Patent Document 6). The force to drop an object is gravitational acceleration. The magnitude of the gravitational acceleration is 1 G (Gee) = 9.80665 m / sec 2 (meter / second 2 ). Therefore, when the affinity between the contents and the inner surface of the container is high, the contents remain attached to the inner surface of the container without falling down even if 1G which is gravitational acceleration is applied (see Patent Document 6). (See FIG. 8). In addition, since the effect of collecting the contents by dropping them in the direction of the contents outlet is collected only after standing the container on the container stand for a long time, the container stand with the container mounted on the table is used for frequently used containers. It is inconvenient to handle such as occupying the space, occupying the space in the drawer, and occupying the space in the refrigerator. Furthermore, a container stand having various shapes according to the shape of the container is required.

また、例えば、洗濯機の遠心力を用いて内容物を取出す技術(第5の技術と称する)が提案されている(特許文献7、特許文献8を参照)。特許文献7では、洗濯機の回転部壁面が磁性体の場合には磁石のついた受け皿でチューブを脱水機内面に取付ける技術、回転部壁面が磁性体ではない場合には市販の磁石受板を木ねじ、強力両面テープ、接着剤で取り付け、この磁石受板に磁石のついた受け皿を取付ける技術が提案されている。しかしながら、回転部壁面は軽量化が要求されるために磁性体で形成される場合でもその肉厚は薄く、充分な吸着力能力は発揮できない。また、回転部壁面が非磁性体の場合には回転部壁面に異物を付けなければならず、回転部壁面を損傷する虞がある。特許文献8では、容器を固着して回転させるベース板の重量は重く、回転槽の底部に配置するが、ベース板の回転モーメントは大きく回転部壁面への固定に課題を有している。近年は脱水動作においては洗濯物の偏りを防止するために回転方向を変えて脱水する洗濯機が多いために、特許文献7、特許文献8に記載の技術を用いる場合には、回転部壁面から脱落した磁石のついた受け皿、回転槽内で踊るベース板による洗濯機の損傷が懸念される。   In addition, for example, a technique (referred to as a fifth technique) for taking out contents using centrifugal force of a washing machine has been proposed (see Patent Document 7 and Patent Document 8). In patent document 7, when the rotating part wall surface of a washing machine is a magnetic body, the technique which attaches a tube to a dehydrator inner surface with a saucer with a magnet, and when a rotating part wall surface is not a magnetic body, a commercially available magnet receiving plate is used. A technique has been proposed in which a wooden screw, a strong double-sided tape, and an adhesive are attached, and a magnetic tray is attached to the magnetic backing plate. However, since the wall surface of the rotating part is required to be light, even when it is formed of a magnetic material, the wall thickness is thin and sufficient adsorption power capability cannot be exhibited. In addition, when the rotating portion wall surface is a non-magnetic material, foreign matter must be attached to the rotating portion wall surface, which may damage the rotating portion wall surface. In Patent Document 8, the weight of the base plate to which the container is fixed and rotated is heavy and is arranged at the bottom of the rotating tub. However, the rotation moment of the base plate is large, and there is a problem in fixing to the wall surface of the rotating portion. In recent years, in the dehydrating operation, there are many washing machines that change the rotation direction in order to prevent the laundry from being biased, and thus when using the techniques described in Patent Document 7 and Patent Document 8, There is a concern that the washing machine may be damaged by the tray with the magnet dropped and the base plate dancing in the rotating tub.

家庭に普及しているほとんどの洗濯機は脱水槽を高速回転させて重力加速度よりも大きい遠心加速度を発生させて脱水する。重力方向と直交する水平方向の遠心力を用いて脱水するものとしては、洗濯槽と脱水槽を別個に備える二槽式洗濯機(例えば、特許文献9を参照)と、洗濯槽と脱水槽を共通にする全自動一槽式洗濯機(例えば、特許文献10を参照)とがある。重力方向の遠心力を用い、または重力方向と水平方向との中間の方向の遠心力を用い、脱水するものとしては、ドラム式洗濯機(例えば、特許文献11を参照)がある。   Most washing machines that are widely used in homes rotate a dewatering tank at a high speed to generate centrifugal acceleration larger than gravitational acceleration to dehydrate. As a thing which spin-dry | dehydrates using the centrifugal force of the horizontal direction orthogonal to a gravitational direction, the two-tub washing machine (for example, refer patent document 9) provided with a washing tub and a dehydration tank separately, and a washing tub and a dehydration tub are used. There is a fully automatic one-tub washing machine (for example, see Patent Document 10). There exists a drum type washing machine (for example, refer to patent documents 11) as what spin-dry | dehydrates using the centrifugal force of the gravity direction or using the centrifugal force of the intermediate direction of a gravity direction and a horizontal direction.

特開2009−202940号公報JP 2009-202940 A 実開平6−42700号公報Japanese Utility Model Publication No. Hei 6-42700 実用新案登録第3155991号公報Utility Model Registration No. 3155991 実用新案登録第3195369号公報Utility Model Registration No. 3195369 実用新案登録第3062178号公報Utility Model Registration No.3062178 特開2015−9825号公報Japanese Patent Laying-Open No. 2015-9825 特開2011−11822号公報JP 2011-11822 A 特開2012−224344号公報JP 2012-224344 A 特開2014−76084号公報JP 2014-76084 A 特開2003−190689号公報JP 2003-190689 A 特開2015−53947号公報Japanese Patent Laying-Open No. 2015-53947

発明が解決しようとする課題は、背景技術に示す従来の技術の以下の欠点を改善するものである。すなわち、容器の内部から内容物を取出すに際して、容器を切開して、へら、を用いて内容物を擦るという手間を省く。また、容器を洗浄するなどして内容物を利用できなくする欠点を改善する。また、容器の形状に応じて圧力印加装置を変更し、または、容器スタンドの形状を変更しなければならない欠点を改善する。さらに、洗濯機を利用しながらも、容器の回転槽への着脱が容易であり、回転槽を傷つけることがなく、能率よく、安全に容器の内容物を取出す技術を提供する。   The problem to be solved by the invention is to remedy the following drawbacks of the prior art shown in the background art. That is, when taking out the contents from the inside of the container, the labor of cutting the container and rubbing the contents using a spatula is saved. Moreover, the fault which makes a content unusable, such as washing | cleaning a container, is improved. Moreover, the fault which must change a pressure application apparatus according to the shape of a container, or the shape of a container stand is improved. Furthermore, while using a washing machine, it is easy to attach / detach the container to / from the rotating tub, and provides a technique for efficiently and safely taking out the contents of the container without damaging the rotating tub.

本発明の高粘度内容物収拾器具は、棒状の遠心力伝達部材と、前記遠心力伝達部材の一方の端部に配される第1の摩擦接触部材と、前記遠心力伝達部材の他方の端部に配される第2の摩擦接触部材と、前記遠心力伝達部材に固着される容器装着部材と、を備え、前記容器装着部材は、容器の内容物取出口が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして前記第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の前記先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に前記容器を固着可能とし、洗濯機の回転槽側面と、前記第1の摩擦接触部材および前記第2の摩擦接触部材の各々との間に生じる各々の摩擦力を前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変化するばね力によって可変とし、前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、前記第2の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするように前記ばね力を設定可能とする。   The high-viscosity content collection device of the present invention includes a rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member, a first friction contact member disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member, and the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member. A second frictional contact member disposed in the section, and a container mounting member fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member, wherein the container mounting member has a container outlet for the first frictional contact member. The container can be fixed to the first frictional contact member so as not to exceed the half length of the distance between both the tips from the first friction contact member, and the side surface of the rotating tub of the washing machine, the first Each frictional force generated between each frictional contact member and each of the second frictional contact members is variable by a spring force that changes according to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member, and the first frictional contact member The frictional force generated between the side surface of the rotary tank and the first tank A force greater than the gravitational force applied to the frictional contact member and greater than a tangential rotational force applied to the first frictional contact member when the side surface of the rotating tank rotates, and the second frictional contact member and the The frictional force generated between the rotating tank side surface is larger than the gravity applied to the second friction contact member, and the tangential direction applied to the second friction contact member when the rotating tank side surface rotates. The spring force can be set to be larger than the rotational force.

本発明の別の高粘度内容物収拾器具は、棒状の遠心力伝達部材と、前記遠心力伝達部材の一方の端部に配される第1の摩擦接触部材と、前記遠心力伝達部材の他方の端部に配される第2の摩擦接触部材と、前記遠心力伝達部材に固着され、内部に容器を挿入可能とする補助ケースと、を備え、前記補助ケースは、前記遠心力伝達部材の伸びる方向の位置に応じて断面積がテーパ状に変化するテーパ部材を有し、前記テーパ部材のより断面積が狭くなる方向が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向となるようにして前記第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の前記先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に固着され、洗濯機の回転槽側面と、前記第1の摩擦接触部材および前記第2の摩擦接触部材の各々との間に生じる各々の摩擦力を前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変化するばね力によって可変とし、前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、前記第2の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするように前記ばね力を設定可能とする。   Another high-viscosity content collection device of the present invention includes a rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member, a first friction contact member disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member, and the other of the centrifugal force transmission member A second frictional contact member disposed at an end of the centrifugal force transmitting member, and an auxiliary case fixed to the centrifugal force transmitting member and allowing a container to be inserted therein, wherein the auxiliary case includes the centrifugal force transmitting member. A taper member having a cross-sectional area that changes in a taper shape according to the position of the extending direction, and the direction in which the cross-sectional area of the taper member becomes narrower is the direction of the first friction contact member; Each of the first friction contact member, the first friction contact member, and the second friction contact member. The centrifugal force transmitting member It is variable by a spring force that changes according to the total length, and the friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the first friction contact member, and The frictional force generated between the second frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotating tank is set larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the first frictional contact member when the side surface of the rotating tank rotates. The spring force is larger than the gravity applied to the second frictional contact member and larger than the tangential rotational force applied to the second frictional contact member when the side surface of the rotating tank rotates. Can be set.

本発明の高粘度内容物収拾方法は、棒状の遠心力伝達部材の一端に配される第1の摩擦接触部材および前記遠心力伝達部材の他端に配される第2の摩擦接触部材の各々と、洗濯機の回転槽側面との間に付与される各々の摩擦力を所定の大きさにするためにばね力を前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変えるばね力可変ステップと、容器の内容物取出口が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして、前記容器を前記第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の前記先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に固着する容器装着ステップと、前記回転槽側面を回転させて前記内容物取出口に内容物を集める回転槽回転ステップと、前記回転槽側面の回転を停止した後に前記内容物取出口に集められた前記内容物を収拾する内容物収拾ステップと、を有し、前記ばね力可変ステップにおいて、前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、前記第2の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするように前記ばね力を設定可能とする。   The high-viscosity content collection method according to the present invention includes a first friction contact member disposed at one end of a rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member and a second friction contact member disposed at the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member. And a spring force variable step for changing the spring force according to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member in order to make each frictional force applied between the rotating tub side of the washing machine a predetermined magnitude, The container is secured within a range that does not exceed half the distance of the two tips from the first friction contact member so that the content outlet is directed toward the first friction contact member. A container mounting step, a rotating tank rotating step for rotating the side surface of the rotating tank to collect contents at the content outlet, and the contents collected at the content outlet after stopping the rotation of the side surface of the rotating tank A contents collection step for collecting objects; In the spring force variable step, the frictional force generated between the first frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the first frictional contact member, and the side surface of the rotary tank And the frictional force generated between the second frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is made larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the first frictional contact member when the first frictional contact member rotates. The spring force can be set to be larger than the gravity applied to the friction contact member and larger than the tangential rotational force applied to the second friction contact member when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. .

本発明の技術によれば、適度のばね力を加えて回転槽内に容器の内容物を取出すための器具を取り付けることができるので、回転槽を傷つけることなく、急な加速、減速を繰り返しても回転槽の器具の取付位置がずれることなく、回転槽の底部のみならずいかなる位置にも取付可能である高粘度内容物収拾器具を提供し、高粘度内容物収拾方法を提供できる。   According to the technique of the present invention, a device for taking out the contents of the container can be attached to the rotating tank by applying an appropriate spring force, so that rapid acceleration and deceleration are repeated without damaging the rotating tank. In addition, it is possible to provide a high-viscosity content collecting device that can be attached not only to the bottom of the rotating vessel but also to any position without shifting the mounting position of the rotating vessel device.

実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具および高粘度内容物収拾方法の原理を説明するための図である。It is a figure for demonstrating the principle of the high-viscosity content collection instrument and high-viscosity content collection method of embodiment. 実施形態の容器装着部材と容器との位置関係を説明するための図である。It is a figure for demonstrating the positional relationship of the container mounting member and container of embodiment. 脱水槽側面と摩擦接触部材との間に働く力について説明するための模式図である。It is a schematic diagram for demonstrating the force which acts between a dehydration tank side surface and a friction contact member. 一実施例における内容物取出しの効果を示す写真である。It is a photograph which shows the effect of taking out the contents in one Example. 大型の容器に実施形態の技術を適用するための変形例の特徴部分を説明するための図である。It is a figure for demonstrating the characteristic part of the modification for applying the technique of embodiment to a large sized container. 小型の容器に実施形態の技術を適用するための補助ケースを示す図である。It is a figure which shows the auxiliary | assistant case for applying the technique of embodiment to a small container. 複数個の容器を同時に装着する変形例を示す図である。It is a figure which shows the modification which mounts | wears with a some container simultaneously. 複数個の容器を同時に装着する別の変形例を示す図である。It is a figure which shows another modification which mounts | wears with a some container simultaneously. ばね力を可視化する変形例を示す図である。It is a figure which shows the modification which visualizes a spring force.

発明を実施するための形態(以下、実施形態と省略)の高粘度内容物収拾器具は、棒状の遠心力伝達部材と、遠心力伝達部材の一方の端部に配される第1の摩擦接触部材と、遠心力伝達部材の他方の端部に配される第2の摩擦接触部材と、遠心力伝達部材に固着される容器装着部材と、を備える。   A high-viscosity content collecting device of a mode for carrying out the invention (hereinafter, abbreviated as an embodiment) includes a rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member and a first frictional contact disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member A member, a second frictional contact member disposed at the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member, and a container mounting member fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member.

容器装着部材は、容器の内容物取出口が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に容器を固着可能とする。洗濯機の回転槽側面と、第1の摩擦接触部材および第2の摩擦接触部材の各々との間に生じる各々の摩擦力を遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変化するばね力によって可変とする。第1の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、第2の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするようにばね力を設定可能とする。   The container mounting member places the container within a range that does not exceed half the distance of the distance between the two ends from the first friction contact member so that the content outlet of the container faces the direction of the first friction contact member. It can be fixed. Each friction force generated between the rotating tub side surface of the washing machine and each of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member is variable by a spring force that changes according to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member. . The friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotating tank is greater than the gravity applied to the first friction contact member, and is applied to the first friction contact member when the side surface of the rotating tank rotates. The frictional force generated between the second frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotating tank is larger than the gravity applied to the second frictional contact member, and the rotational side surface of the rotating tank rotates. In this case, the spring force can be set to be larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the second friction contact member.

以上の実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具の内容を分けて以下に説明する。   The contents of the high-viscosity content collection device of the above embodiment will be described separately below.

容器装着部材は、第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に容器を固着可能とする。容器の内容物に必ず回転槽側面に向かう遠心力が働くようにするために、この範囲に容器を固着するのである。また、容器の内容物取出口が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして容器を固着可能とするのは、遠心力が内容物取出口の方向に向くようにしないと内容物取出口の付近に内容物を集めることができないからである。   The container mounting member can fix the container within a range that does not exceed half the distance of the distance between both ends from the first frictional contact member. In order to ensure that the centrifugal force directed to the side surface of the rotating tank acts on the contents of the container, the container is fixed in this range. In addition, the container can be fixed so that the content outlet of the container faces the direction of the first friction contact member. If the centrifugal force does not face the direction of the content outlet, the content outlet It is because the contents cannot be collected in the vicinity.

洗濯機の回転槽側面と第1の摩擦接触部材との間に生じる摩擦力の大きさは、アモントンの法則に従い第1の摩擦接触部材にかかる荷重であるばね力に比例する。ここで、ばね力は遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変化するものである。   The magnitude of the frictional force generated between the rotating tub side surface of the washing machine and the first frictional contact member is proportional to the spring force that is the load applied to the first frictional contact member in accordance with Ammonton's law. Here, the spring force changes according to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member.

そして、第1の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きくするようにばね力を設定すれば、第1の摩擦接触部材が回転槽側面に対して下方(重力方向)にずれることはない(第1の条件)。   If the spring force is set so that the frictional force generated between the first frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the first frictional contact member, the first frictional contact member is It does not shift downward (gravity direction) with respect to the side surface of the rotating tank (first condition).

また、第1の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、回転槽側面が回転する際に第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするようにばね力を設定すれば、第1の摩擦接触部材が回転槽側面に対して接線方向(回転方向)にずれることはない(第2の条件)。   Further, the spring force is set so that the frictional force generated between the first frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the first frictional contact member when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. Is set, the first frictional contact member does not shift in the tangential direction (rotational direction) with respect to the side surface of the rotating tank (second condition).

すなわち、第1の条件と第2の条件を同時に満たせば第1の摩擦接触部材が回転槽側面に対してずれることはなく、第1の摩擦接触部材は回転槽側面とともに回転する。   That is, if the first condition and the second condition are satisfied at the same time, the first frictional contact member does not shift with respect to the side surface of the rotating tank, and the first frictional contact member rotates together with the side surface of the rotating tank.

同様に、第2の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きくするようにばね力を設定すれば、第2の摩擦接触部材が回転槽側面に対して下方(重力方向)にずれることはない(第3の条件)。   Similarly, if the spring force is set so that the frictional force generated between the second frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the second frictional contact member, the second frictional contact member Does not shift downward (in the direction of gravity) with respect to the side surface of the rotating tank (third condition).

また、第2の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、回転槽側面が回転する際に第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするようにばね力を設定すれば、第2の摩擦接触部材が回転槽側面に対して接線方向(回転方向)にずれることはない(第4の条件)。   Further, the spring force is set so that the frictional force generated between the second frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the second frictional contact member when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. Is set, the second frictional contact member does not shift in the tangential direction (rotational direction) with respect to the side surface of the rotating tank (fourth condition).

すなわち、第3の条件と第4の条件を同時に満たせば第2の摩擦接触部材が回転槽側面に対してずれることはなく、第2の摩擦接触部材は回転槽側面とともに回転する。   That is, if the third condition and the fourth condition are satisfied at the same time, the second frictional contact member does not shift with respect to the side surface of the rotating tank, and the second frictional contact member rotates together with the side surface of the rotating tank.

回転槽側面に保持される第1の摩擦接触部材と第2の摩擦接触部材の2つの部材だけでばね力を受けるので、第1の摩擦接触部材の荷重であるばね力(第1のばね力)と第2の摩擦接触部材の荷重であるばね力(第2のばね力)とは等しい。よって、上述の第1の条件ないし第4の条件の4つが同時に成立する場合には、第1の摩擦接触部材および第2の摩擦接触部材は回転槽側面に密着してずれことなく安定に回転する。そして、容器の内容物取出口が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に容器を固着可能とされるので、容器の内容物を遠心力で内容物取出口に集めることができ、内容物を収拾できる。   Since the spring force is received only by the two members of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member held on the side surface of the rotating tank, the spring force (first spring force) that is the load of the first friction contact member is received. ) And the spring force (second spring force) which is the load of the second frictional contact member. Therefore, when the above four conditions, the first condition to the fourth condition, are satisfied at the same time, the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member are in close contact with the side surface of the rotating tank and rotate stably without shifting. To do. The container can be fixed within a range that does not exceed half the distance of the distance between both ends from the first friction contact member so that the content outlet of the container faces the direction of the first friction contact member. Therefore, the contents of the container can be collected at the contents outlet by centrifugal force, and the contents can be collected.

ここで、ばね力を強くし過ぎれば、第1の摩擦接触部材と第2の摩擦接触部材とが、過度に回転槽側面を押して回転槽側面の変形、破壊を招来する虞があり好ましくない。一方、ばね力を弱くし過ぎれば、第1の摩擦接触部材と第2の摩擦接触部材とが、回転槽側面からずれて、やがては、高粘度内容物収拾器具が回転槽内に落下してしまい内容物を内容物取出口に集めることができないのみならず、高粘度内容物収拾器具が衝突して回転槽側面の変形、破壊を招来する虞があり好ましくない。よって、ばね力は、上述の事態を招来しない適宜な範囲で設定する。   Here, if the spring force is too strong, the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member may excessively push the side surface of the rotating tub and cause deformation and destruction of the side surface of the rotating tub. On the other hand, if the spring force is too weak, the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member are displaced from the side surface of the rotating tank, and eventually the high-viscosity content collection device falls into the rotating tank. This is not preferable because the contents cannot be collected at the contents take-out port, and the high-viscosity contents collecting device may collide to cause deformation and destruction of the side surface of the rotating tank. Therefore, the spring force is set within an appropriate range that does not cause the above-described situation.

遠心力伝達部材は、第1の遠心力伝達部材と第2の遠心力伝達部材とを有し、第1の遠心力伝達部材に第2の遠心力伝達部材を挿入することによって遠心力伝達部材の全長を可変としてもよい。   The centrifugal force transmission member has a first centrifugal force transmission member and a second centrifugal force transmission member, and the centrifugal force transmission member is inserted by inserting the second centrifugal force transmission member into the first centrifugal force transmission member. The total length may be variable.

回転槽の径が予め定められた一定の径である場合には、遠心力伝達部材の全長が一定値であっても何ら問題なく最も適切なばね力を得ることができ、高粘度内容物収拾器具は本来の機能を完全に発揮する。しかしながら、市場には様々な径の回転槽を有する洗濯機が出回っている。洗濯機に合わせて遠心力伝達部材の長さが異なる高粘度内容物収拾器具が必要となると、器具の供給者も需要者も不便である。遠心力伝達部材の全長を可変とすることができれば、器具の供給者も需要者も利益を得ることができる。   When the diameter of the rotating tank is a predetermined constant diameter, the most appropriate spring force can be obtained without any problem even if the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member is a constant value, and the high viscosity content collection is achieved. The instrument is fully functional. However, there are washing machines on the market having rotating tubs of various diameters. When a high-viscosity content collecting device having different centrifugal force transmission members according to the washing machine is required, it is inconvenient for the supplier and the consumer of the device. If the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member can be made variable, both the instrument supplier and the consumer can benefit.

ばね力は、遠心力伝達部材が湾曲することによって生じる弾性を用いるものであってもよい。遠心力伝達部材の湾曲の量がばね力に比例し、このばね力は、第1の摩擦接触部材と第2の摩擦接触部材とに均等に配分される。遠心力伝達部材の湾曲方向は上方、下方、横方向、360°のいずれであってもよい。また、遠心力伝達部材と第1の遠心力伝達部材と第2の遠心力伝達部材とを一体部材として形成してもよい。遠心力伝達部材それ自身がばねとしての機能を発揮するので高粘度内容物収拾器具の構造は簡単なものとでき、高粘度内容物収拾器具の軽量化ができる。   The spring force may use elasticity generated by bending the centrifugal force transmission member. The amount of bending of the centrifugal force transmission member is proportional to the spring force, and this spring force is evenly distributed between the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member. The bending direction of the centrifugal force transmitting member may be any of the upward direction, the downward direction, the lateral direction, and 360 °. Further, the centrifugal force transmission member, the first centrifugal force transmission member, and the second centrifugal force transmission member may be formed as an integral member. Since the centrifugal force transmitting member itself functions as a spring, the structure of the high-viscosity content collection device can be simplified, and the high-viscosity content collection device can be reduced in weight.

また、ばね力は、第1の遠心力伝達部材と第1の摩擦接触部材との間に配されるコイルばねによって生じるようにしてもよく、また、第2の遠心力伝達部材と第2の摩擦接触部材との間に配されるコイルばねによって生じるようにしてもよい。2つの摩擦接触部材が回転槽側面に接して空中に保持されている遠心力伝達部材の全長を可変とする場合、フックの法則に従って、遠心力伝達部材の全長を長くしてコイルばねの圧縮量を大きくすればばね力は大きくなり、遠心力伝達部材の全長を短くしてコイルばねの圧縮量を小さくすればばね力は小さくなる。コイルばねを用いる場合には遠心力伝達部材は特別な弾性材ではなくありふれた剛性材が使えるので遠心力伝達部材の選択範囲は広がる。また、遠心力伝達部材は湾曲することがないので高速回転時において安定回転をする。   Further, the spring force may be generated by a coil spring disposed between the first centrifugal force transmission member and the first friction contact member, and the second centrifugal force transmission member and the second centrifugal force transmission member may be generated. You may make it produce with the coil spring distribute | arranged between friction contact members. When the total length of the centrifugal force transmitting member held in the air in contact with the side surface of the rotating tank is variable, the total length of the centrifugal force transmitting member is increased in accordance with Hook's law, and the amount of compression of the coil spring Is increased, the spring force is increased, and if the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member is shortened to reduce the compression amount of the coil spring, the spring force is decreased. When a coil spring is used, the centrifugal force transmission member is not a special elastic material but a common rigid material can be used, so that the selection range of the centrifugal force transmission member is expanded. Further, since the centrifugal force transmitting member does not bend, the centrifugal force transmitting member rotates stably during high-speed rotation.

また、コイルばねは、第1の摩擦接触部材と第1の遠心力伝達部材と第2の遠心力伝達部材と第2の摩擦接触部材とを有する連結構造の途中の任意の位置に配するようにしてもよい。2つの摩擦接触部材のみが回転槽側面に接して空中に保持されている高粘度内容物収拾器具においては、どのような位置にコイルばねを挿入しても第1の摩擦接触部材と第2の摩擦接触部材との各々に加わるばね力は均等となる。ばね力の大きさはフックの法則に従い第1の摩擦接触部材と第2の摩擦接触部材との間の距離だけに依存する。   Further, the coil spring is arranged at an arbitrary position in the middle of the connecting structure having the first frictional contact member, the first centrifugal force transmission member, the second centrifugal force transmission member, and the second frictional contact member. It may be. In the high-viscosity content collection device in which only two friction contact members are in contact with the side surface of the rotating tank and are held in the air, the first friction contact member and the second The spring force applied to each of the friction contact members is equal. The magnitude of the spring force depends only on the distance between the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member according to Hooke's law.

容器装着部材は、容器の内容物取出口付近に装着する第1の締結バンドと容器の底部付近に装着する第2の締結バンドとを有するようにしてもよい。ここで、付近とは、第1の締結バンドが正確に容器の内容物取出口を覆う位置だけではなく、第1の締結バンドが内容物取出口を外れて容器の底部方向により近い部分を覆う位置も含む意味である。また、第2の締結バンドが正確に容器の底部を覆う位置だけではなく、第1の締結バンドが底部を外れて容器の内容物取出口により近い部分を覆う位置も含む意味である。要は、第1の締結バンドと第2の締結バンドとの離間距離を十分に確保して充分な締付け力を確保できる各々の締結バンドの位置を付近という。   The container mounting member may have a first fastening band to be mounted near the container content outlet and a second fastening band to be mounted near the bottom of the container. Here, the vicinity means not only the position where the first fastening band accurately covers the content outlet of the container, but also the portion where the first fastening band comes off the content outlet and is closer to the bottom direction of the container. It also includes the position. Moreover, it is meant to include not only the position where the second fastening band accurately covers the bottom of the container, but also the position where the first fastening band covers the portion closer to the contents outlet of the container by removing the bottom. In short, the position of each fastening band that can secure a sufficient separation force between the first fastening band and the second fastening band and secure a sufficient tightening force is referred to as the vicinity.

容器の内容物取出口付近に装着する第1の締結バンドと容器の底部付近に装着する第2の締結バンドとを有する容器装着部材は、容器の内容物取出口が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に容器を固着可能とするものであるが、具体的には、容器をいわゆる2点締めで遠心力伝達部材に固着する。2点締めをすれば、容器の回転を防止して、容器の内容物取出口が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようすることができるからである。また、2点締めをすれば1点締めよりも強い力で、ずれることなく、容器を固着可能とできるからである。さらに、締結バンドの質量は小さいので遠心力伝達部材にかかる重力および回転力を小さくして遠心力伝達部材の軽量化、小型化を図ることができる。   A container mounting member having a first fastening band mounted near the container content outlet and a second fastening band mounted near the bottom of the container has the container content outlet of the first friction contact member. The container can be fixed to the first frictional contact member so as not to exceed the half of the distance between the two ends so as to face the direction. Fastened to the centrifugal force transmission member by tightening. This is because if the two-point fastening is performed, the container can be prevented from rotating, and the container outlet can be directed toward the first frictional contact member. Moreover, if the two-point tightening is performed, the container can be fixed with a stronger force than the one-point tightening without shifting. Further, since the mass of the fastening band is small, it is possible to reduce the gravity and rotational force applied to the centrifugal force transmission member, thereby reducing the weight and size of the centrifugal force transmission member.

さらに、容器装着部材を固着する傾斜部材を備えてもよい。このときには、容器装着部材は遠心力伝達部材に直接固着されるのではなく、第1の摩擦接触部材の近傍の第1の遠心力伝達部材の一点を回動中心とする傾斜部材を介して容器装着部材は遠心力伝達部材に固着される。そして、遠心力伝達部材に対して傾斜部材を傾けて遠心力伝達部材上に射影される容器の長さを回転槽側面の回転半径よりも短くすることができる。   Furthermore, you may provide the inclination member which adheres a container mounting member. At this time, the container mounting member is not directly fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member, but is disposed via an inclined member having a point of rotation of the first centrifugal force transmission member in the vicinity of the first frictional contact member. The mounting member is fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member. And the inclination member can be inclined with respect to the centrifugal force transmission member, and the length of the container projected onto the centrifugal force transmission member can be made shorter than the rotation radius of the side surface of the rotating tank.

このようにすれば、第1の摩擦接触部材の先端または第2の摩擦接触部材の先端から両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さ(すなわち、回転槽の回転半径)よりも長い容器を遠心力伝達部材に対して傾けて回転半径の範囲で回転させることができるので、容器の内容物を遠心力で内容物取出口に集めることができ、内容物を収拾できる。   In this way, the container having a length longer than half of the distance between the tips of the first friction contact member or the second friction contact member and the tip of the second friction contact member (that is, the rotation radius of the rotating tank) is centrifuged. Since it can be tilted with respect to the force transmission member and rotated within the range of the rotation radius, the contents of the container can be collected at the contents outlet by centrifugal force, and the contents can be collected.

現実には、両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さまでの大型のマヨネーズ容器と小型チューブ容器とをこのような容器装着部材に固着するには大きな困難がある。第1の理由は、小型チューブ容器は、構造的に弱く、大型のマヨネーズ容器に対する大きな装着力を小型チューブ容器に加えることに無理がある。第2の理由は、大型のマヨネーズ容器に対して、例えば、2点締めの効果を発揮するような容器装着部材は、小型チューブ容器に対しては、第1の締結バンドと第2の締結バンドとの離間距離が小型チューブ容器の長さよりも長すぎて2点締めの効果を発揮することができない。そこで、以下の様にして補助ケース本体を介して小型チューブ容器を遠心力伝達部材に装着するようにしてもよい。   In reality, there is a great difficulty in securing a large mayonnaise container and a small tube container up to half the distance of the distance between both ends to such a container mounting member. The first reason is that the small tube container is structurally weak, and it is impossible to apply a large mounting force to the large mayonnaise container to the small tube container. The second reason is that, for a large mayonnaise container, for example, a container mounting member that exhibits the effect of two-point tightening is a first fastening band and a second fastening band for a small tube container. The separation distance is too longer than the length of the small tube container, and the two-point tightening effect cannot be exhibited. Therefore, the small tube container may be attached to the centrifugal force transmission member via the auxiliary case body as follows.

補助ケース本体は、容器装着部材に装着され、内部に容器を挿入可能とするものである。補助ケース本体は、遠心力伝達部材の伸びる方向の位置に応じて断面積がテーパ状に変化するテーパ部材を有し、テーパ部材のより断面積が狭くなる方向が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向となるように容器装着部材に装着され、テーパ部材のより断面形状が狭くなる方向に小型チューブ容器の内容物取出口を向けて補助ケース本体の内部に容器を挿入する。   The auxiliary case main body is mounted on the container mounting member so that the container can be inserted therein. The auxiliary case body has a taper member whose cross-sectional area changes in a taper shape according to the position in the direction in which the centrifugal force transmission member extends, and the direction in which the cross-sectional area of the taper member becomes narrower is the direction of the first friction contact member. The container is inserted into the auxiliary case body with the contents outlet of the small tube container facing the direction in which the cross-sectional shape of the taper member becomes narrower.

テーパ部材のより断面形状が狭くなる方向に小型チューブ容器の内容物取出口を向けられた小型チューブ容器は、テーパ形状側面に沿ってテーパ部材のより断面積が狭くなる方向へ移動する。ここで、内部空間で小型チューブ容器が回転して、小型チューブ容器の内容物取出口と底部との位置関係が反転することがない補助ケース本体の内部空間の広さでなければならない。また、テーパ部材のより断面積が狭くなる方向が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向となるように補助ケース本体を固着して移動力たる遠心力の方向を適切に定めている。また、補助ケース本体は小型チューブ容器を納入するものであるから補助ケース本体の全長は、第1の摩擦接触部材の先端または第2の摩擦接触部材の先端から両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さまでの範囲以内であれば十分であり、かつ、容器装着部材によって確実に補助ケース本体が装着できる長さが必要である。   The small tube container in which the content outlet of the small tube container is directed in the direction in which the cross-sectional shape of the taper member becomes narrower moves along the tapered side surface in the direction in which the cross-sectional area of the taper member becomes narrower. Here, the size of the internal space of the auxiliary case main body must be such that the small tube container rotates in the internal space and the positional relationship between the content outlet and the bottom of the small tube container is not reversed. Further, the direction of the centrifugal force as the moving force is appropriately determined by fixing the auxiliary case body so that the direction in which the cross-sectional area of the taper member becomes narrower becomes the direction of the first friction contact member. In addition, since the auxiliary case main body delivers small tube containers, the total length of the auxiliary case main body is half of the distance between the tips of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member. It is sufficient if it is within the range up to the length, and a length that allows the auxiliary case main body to be securely mounted by the container mounting member is required.

このようにして、テーパ部材は、回転槽の回転によって生じる遠心力が小型チューブの内容物取出口方向に働き続けるように補助ケース本体の内部における小型チューブ容器の姿勢を制御するので、容器装着部材(例えば、第1の締結バンドと第2の締結バンドと)によっては直接に固定が困難な小型チューブ容器の内容物も取り出すことができる。   In this way, the taper member controls the posture of the small tube container inside the auxiliary case body so that the centrifugal force generated by the rotation of the rotating tub continues to work in the direction of the small tube content outlet, so the container mounting member Depending on (for example, the first fastening band and the second fastening band), it is possible to take out the contents of the small tube container that is difficult to fix directly.

別の実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具は、棒状の遠心力伝達部材と、遠心力伝達部材の一方の端部に配される第1の摩擦接触部材と、遠心力伝達部材の他方の端部に配される第2の摩擦接触部材と、遠心力伝達部材に固着され、内部に容器を挿入可能とする補助ケースと、を備える。すなわち、別の実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具は、単に容器を補助ケースの内部に挿入するようにして容器装着部材を装着する手間を省いたものである。   Another embodiment of the high-viscosity content collection device includes a rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member, a first friction contact member disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member, and the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member. A second friction contact member disposed in the section, and an auxiliary case fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member and allowing the container to be inserted therein. That is, the high-viscosity content collection device according to another embodiment eliminates the trouble of mounting the container mounting member by simply inserting the container into the auxiliary case.

補助ケースは、遠心力伝達部材の伸びる方向の位置に応じて断面積がテーパ状に変化するテーパ部材を有し、テーパ部材のより断面積が狭くなる方向が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向となるようにして第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に固着され、洗濯機の回転槽側面と、第1の摩擦接触部材および第2の摩擦接触部材の各々との間に生じる各々の摩擦力を遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変化するばね力によって可変とし、第1の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、第2の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするようにばね力を設定可能とする。   The auxiliary case has a taper member whose cross-sectional area changes in a taper shape according to the position in the extending direction of the centrifugal force transmission member, and the direction in which the cross-sectional area of the taper member becomes narrower is the direction of the first friction contact member. Thus, the first frictional contact member is fixed within a range not exceeding half the distance of the distance between both ends, the side surface of the rotating tub of the washing machine, the first frictional contact member, and the second frictional contact Each friction force generated between each of the members is variable by a spring force that changes according to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member, and the friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is The second frictional contact member and the rotary tank are larger than the gravity applied to the first frictional contact member, and larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the first frictional contact member when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. The frictional force generated between the Greater than the gravity acting on the frictional contact member and the rotating tub side is to be set a spring force so as to be larger than the rotational force of the tangential direction applied to the second friction contact member when rotated.

このように、内部に容器を挿入可能とする補助ケースは遠心力伝達部材に、例えば、接着剤、ビス等で最初から固着されているので、使用の都度、補助ケースを遠心力伝達部材に容器装着部材を用いて固着する必要がなく小型チューブ容器の専用器具として取り扱いが便利である。補助ケースと遠心力伝達部材とを一体形成してもよい。   In this way, the auxiliary case that allows the container to be inserted therein is fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member from the beginning, for example, with an adhesive, a screw, etc., so that the auxiliary case is attached to the centrifugal force transmission member each time it is used. It is not necessary to use the mounting member for fixing, and it is convenient to handle as a dedicated instrument for small tube containers. The auxiliary case and the centrifugal force transmission member may be integrally formed.

実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾方法は、以下のステップを有する。棒状の遠心力伝達部材の一端に配される第1の摩擦接触部材および遠心力伝達部材の他端に配される第2の摩擦接触部材の各々と、洗濯機の回転槽側面との間に付与される各々の摩擦力を所定の大きさにするためにばね力を遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変えるばね力可変ステップ。容器の内容物取出口が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして、容器を第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に固着する容器装着ステップ。回転槽側面を回転させて内容物取出口に内容物を集める回転槽回転ステップ。回転槽側面の回転を停止した後に内容物取出口に集められた内容物を収拾する内容物収拾ステップ。そして、ばね力可変ステップにおいて、第1の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、第2の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするようにばね力を設定可能とする。   The high-viscosity content collection method of the embodiment includes the following steps. Between each of the 1st friction contact member distribute | arranged to the end of a rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member and the 2nd friction contact member distribute | arranged to the other end of a centrifugal force transmission member, and the rotating tub side surface of a washing machine A spring force variable step for changing the spring force according to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member in order to make each applied frictional force a predetermined magnitude. Container mounting for securing the container within a range not exceeding half the distance of the distance between both ends from the first friction contact member so that the content outlet of the container faces the first friction contact member Step. A rotating tank rotation step for collecting contents at the contents outlet by rotating the side surface of the rotating tank. A content collecting step for collecting the contents collected at the content outlet after stopping the rotation of the side surface of the rotating tank. In the spring force variable step, when the frictional force generated between the first frictional contact member and the rotating tank side surface is larger than the gravity applied to the first frictional contact member and the rotating tank side surface rotates. While making it larger than the tangential rotational force applied to the first friction contact member, the frictional force generated between the second friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the second friction contact member. In addition, the spring force can be set to be larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the second frictional contact member when the side surface of the rotating tub rotates.

以上の実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾方法の内容を分けて以下に説明する。   The contents of the high-viscosity content collection method of the above embodiment will be described separately below.

ばね力可変ステップでは、棒状の遠心力伝達部材の一端に配される第1の摩擦接触部材および遠心力伝達部材の他端に配される第2の摩擦接触部材の各々と、洗濯機の回転槽側面との間に付与される各々の摩擦力を所定の大きさにするためにばね力を遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変える。   In the spring force variable step, each of the first friction contact member disposed at one end of the rod-like centrifugal force transmission member and the second friction contact member disposed at the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member, and rotation of the washing machine The spring force is changed in accordance with the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member in order to make each frictional force applied between the tank side surface a predetermined magnitude.

容器装着ステップでは、容器の内容物取出口が第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして、容器を第1の摩擦接触部材から両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に固着する。このように容器を固着することによって容器の内容物を殆ど残らず取り出すことができる。以上のばね力可変ステップと容器装着ステップとの処理順序はどちらを先におこなってもよい。   In the container mounting step, the container content outlet is directed toward the first frictional contact member, so that the container is not more than half the distance from the first frictional contact member at the distance between both ends. It sticks to. By fixing the container in this manner, almost all the contents of the container can be taken out. Either of the processing order of the above spring force variable step and the container mounting step may be performed first.

回転槽回転ステップでは、回転槽側面を回転させて内容物取出口に内容物を集める。内容物取出口に内容物を集める力は遠心力によるものである。   In the rotating tank rotation step, the contents are collected at the contents outlet by rotating the side surface of the rotating tank. The force for collecting the contents at the contents outlet is due to centrifugal force.

内容物収拾ステップでは、回転槽側面の回転を停止した後に内容物取出口に集められた内容物を収拾する。内容物は遠心力により内容物取出口に集められているので容易に収拾することができる。   In the contents collection step, the contents collected at the contents outlet after the rotation of the side surface of the rotary tank is stopped are collected. The contents can be easily collected because they are collected at the contents outlet by centrifugal force.

ばね力可変ステップでは以下の条件を満たすようにばね力を設定する。第1の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく(第1の条件)、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくなる(第2の条件)ようにする。このようにばね力を設定すれば、第1の摩擦接触部材が回転槽側面に対してずれることはなく、第1の摩擦接触部材は回転槽側面とともに回転する。   In the spring force variable step, the spring force is set so as to satisfy the following conditions. The friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotating tank is larger than the gravity applied to the first friction contact member (first condition), and the first time when the side surface of the rotating tank rotates. The tangential rotational force applied to the friction contact member is set to be larger (second condition). If the spring force is set in this way, the first friction contact member does not shift with respect to the side surface of the rotating tank, and the first friction contact member rotates together with the side surface of the rotating tank.

ここで、第1の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力は、第1の摩擦接触部材にかかる荷重、すなわち、第1の摩擦接触部材にかかるばね力に比例するものとなる。また、第1の摩擦接触部材にかかる荷重、すなわち、第1の摩擦接触部材にかかるばね力と、第2の摩擦接触部材にかかる荷重、すなわち、第2の摩擦接触部材にかかるばね力とは等しくなる。また、第2の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力は、第2の摩擦接触部材にかかる荷重、すなわち、第2の摩擦接触部材にかかるばね力に比例するものとなる。   Here, the friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is proportional to the load applied to the first friction contact member, that is, the spring force applied to the first friction contact member. . The load applied to the first friction contact member, that is, the spring force applied to the first friction contact member, and the load applied to the second friction contact member, that is, the spring force applied to the second friction contact member are: Will be equal. In addition, the frictional force generated between the second frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is proportional to the load applied to the second frictional contact member, that is, the spring force applied to the second frictional contact member.

よって、以下の条件(第3の条件および第4の条件)も上述の条件(第1の条件および第2の条件)と同時に満たすようにばね力を設定する。第2の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間に生じる摩擦力を、第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく(第3の条件)、かつ、回転槽側面が回転する際に第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きく(第4の条件)なるようにする。このようにばね力を設定すれば、第2の摩擦接触部材が回転槽側面に対してずれることはなく、第2の摩擦接触部材は回転槽側面とともに回転する。この4つの条件を成立させる高粘度内容物収拾方法によれば、第1の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との位置関係、第2の摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との位置関係のいずれも変化しないので、容器が回転槽内に落下することはない。   Therefore, the spring force is set so that the following conditions (third condition and fourth condition) are also satisfied simultaneously with the above-described conditions (first condition and second condition). The frictional force generated between the second frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotating tub is larger than the gravity applied to the second frictional contact member (third condition), and the second time when the side surface of the rotating tub rotates. The tangential rotational force applied to the frictional contact member is made larger (fourth condition). If the spring force is set in this way, the second friction contact member does not shift with respect to the side surface of the rotating tank, and the second friction contact member rotates together with the side surface of the rotating tank. According to the high-viscosity content collection method that satisfies these four conditions, both the positional relationship between the first frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotating tank and the positional relationship between the second frictional contact member and the side surface of the rotating tank change. The container will not fall into the rotating tank.

以下、図面を参照して実施形態についてより詳細に説明をする。   Hereinafter, embodiments will be described in more detail with reference to the drawings.

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図1は第1実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具および高粘度内容物収拾方法の原理を説明するための図である。
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FIG. 1 is a diagram for explaining the principle of a high-viscosity content collection device and a high-viscosity content collection method according to the first embodiment.

図1(a)は洗濯機の脱水槽30の内部に配置される高粘度内容物収拾器具10を脱水槽30の上方から見た図である。図1(b)は洗濯機の脱水槽30の内部に配置される高粘度内容物収拾器具10を脱水槽30の断面方向から見た図である。   FIG. 1A is a view of the high-viscosity content collection device 10 disposed inside the dewatering tank 30 of the washing machine as viewed from above the dewatering tank 30. FIG. 1B is a view of the high-viscosity content collection device 10 disposed inside the dewatering tank 30 of the washing machine as viewed from the cross-sectional direction of the dewatering tank 30.

高粘度内容物収拾器具10は、遠心力伝達部材11a(第1の遠心力伝達部材)と遠心力伝達部材11b(第2の遠心力伝達部材)を有する棒状の遠心力伝達部材11と、摩擦接触部材12a(第1の摩擦接触部材)と摩擦接触部材12b(第2の摩擦接触部材)とを有する摩擦接触部材12と、遠心力伝達部材11aに固着される容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14とを備える。遠心力伝達部材11aの一端には摩擦接触部材12aが配され、遠心力伝達部材11bの一端には摩擦接触部材12bが配される。摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとの各々は、洗濯機の脱水槽30の脱水槽側面30bに着脱可能とされる。また、容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14によって容器20が遠心力伝達部材11に着脱可能とされる。洗濯機は遠心力発生装置として機能する。ここで、脱水槽30は実施形態の回転槽の一実施形態であり、脱水槽側面30bは実施形態の回転槽側面の一実施形態である。また、遠心力伝達部材11は遠心力伝達部材11aと遠心力伝達部材11bとの2つの部材を有するものとして以下説明をするが、後述するように脱水槽30の直径が予め定める一定値である場合には遠心力伝達部材11の長さは固定値としてもよく、一つの部材としてもよい。   The high-viscosity content collecting device 10 includes a centrifugal force transmission member 11 having a centrifugal force transmission member 11a (first centrifugal force transmission member) and a centrifugal force transmission member 11b (second centrifugal force transmission member), and friction. Friction contact member 12 having contact member 12a (first friction contact member) and friction contact member 12b (second friction contact member), container mounting member 13 and container mounting member fixed to centrifugal force transmission member 11a 14. A friction contact member 12a is disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member 11a, and a friction contact member 12b is disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member 11b. Each of the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b can be attached to and detached from the dewatering tank side surface 30b of the dewatering tank 30 of the washing machine. Further, the container 20 can be attached to and detached from the centrifugal force transmission member 11 by the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14. The washing machine functions as a centrifugal force generator. Here, the dehydrating tank 30 is an embodiment of the rotating tank of the embodiment, and the dehydrating tank side surface 30b is an embodiment of the rotating tank side of the embodiment. Further, the centrifugal force transmission member 11 will be described below as having two members, a centrifugal force transmission member 11a and a centrifugal force transmission member 11b. As will be described later, the diameter of the dewatering tank 30 is a predetermined constant value. In this case, the length of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 may be a fixed value or a single member.

摩擦接触部材12aおよび摩擦接触部材12bは、回転する脱水槽30の側面である脱水槽側面30bとの間に摩擦力を発生させる。摩擦接触部材12a、摩擦接触部材12bは、脱水槽側面30bを摩擦力によってしっかりと保持する目的を達するために、(1)脱水槽側面30bに接する接触面の摩擦係数が大きい材料で形成することが好ましく、(2)脱水槽側面30bに接する接触面の摩擦係数が大きい接触面の形状を有することが好ましい。   The friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b generate a frictional force with the dehydrating tank side surface 30b which is the side surface of the rotating dehydrating tank 30. In order to achieve the purpose of firmly holding the dewatering tank side face 30b by frictional force, the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b are (1) formed of a material having a large friction coefficient on the contact surface in contact with the dehydrating tank side face 30b. (2) It is preferable to have a contact surface shape having a large friction coefficient of the contact surface in contact with the dewatering tank side surface 30b.

脱水槽30が回転中心30cを中心として回転すると、遠心力伝達部材11も脱水槽30の回転と同じ回転数で回転中心11cを中心として回転する。遠心力伝達部材11は回転によって発生する遠心力を、容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14を介して容器20、ひいては内容物40に伝達するための部材である。遠心力伝達部材11は、脱水槽30と遠心力伝達部材11との幾何学的位置関係が、脱水槽30が回転してもずれない剛性を有して遠心力で容器が外周方向へ移動することを防止して効果的に遠心力を容器20に伝達する。   When the dewatering tank 30 rotates around the rotation center 30 c, the centrifugal force transmission member 11 also rotates around the rotation center 11 c at the same rotational speed as the rotation of the dehydration tank 30. The centrifugal force transmission member 11 is a member for transmitting the centrifugal force generated by the rotation to the container 20 and thus the contents 40 via the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14. The centrifugal force transmission member 11 has rigidity that the geometrical positional relationship between the dehydration tank 30 and the centrifugal force transmission member 11 does not deviate even when the dehydration tank 30 rotates, and the container moves in the outer circumferential direction by centrifugal force. This prevents the centrifugal force from being effectively transmitted to the container 20.

容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14は、種々の形状を有する容器20を遠心力伝達部材11に固着するとともに、容器20の内容物取出口の位置を内容物40が最も出易い方向に設定するための部材である。   The container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 fix the container 20 having various shapes to the centrifugal force transmission member 11 and set the position of the content outlet of the container 20 in the direction in which the content 40 is most likely to come out. It is a member for.

脱水槽30は通常は洗濯機の脱水槽として機能するものであるから、高粘度内容物収拾器具10は使用するときのみ脱水槽30に装着される。脱水槽30は、図1(b)に示すようにその上方は開口部とされており、円形の開口部から洗濯物を投入可能とされているので、この開口部側から高粘度内容物収拾器具10を脱水槽30に装着できる。高粘度内容物収拾器具10の質量が軽くなるように各部材の質量も軽量化されているので脱水槽30の上下方向の任意の位置に高粘度内容物収拾器具10を装着できる。   Since the dewatering tank 30 normally functions as a dewatering tank of a washing machine, the high-viscosity content collection device 10 is attached to the dewatering tank 30 only when it is used. As shown in FIG. 1 (b), the dehydrating tank 30 has an opening above it, and the laundry can be put in from the circular opening. The instrument 10 can be attached to the dewatering tank 30. Since the mass of each member is also reduced in weight so that the mass of the high-viscosity content collection device 10 becomes light, the high-viscosity content collection device 10 can be mounted at any position in the vertical direction of the dehydration tank 30.

遠心力伝達部材11は断面形状が円状または角状の断面のサイズが異なる2種類の棒状の、遠心力伝達部材11a(第1の遠心力伝達部材)と遠心力伝達部材11b(第2の遠心力伝達部材)とを有しており、一方の遠心力伝達部材が他方の遠心力伝達部材に挿入可能とされる(図1では遠心力伝達部材11aに遠心力伝達部材11bが挿入可能とするが、遠心力伝達部材11bに遠心力伝達部材11aが挿入可能としてもよい)。そして、挿入量を変化させることによって遠心力伝達部材11の全長が可変できる。   The centrifugal force transmission member 11 has two types of rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member 11a (first centrifugal force transmission member) and centrifugal force transmission member 11b (second The centrifugal force transmission member can be inserted into the other centrifugal force transmission member (in FIG. 1, the centrifugal force transmission member 11b can be inserted into the centrifugal force transmission member 11a). However, the centrifugal force transmission member 11a may be insertable into the centrifugal force transmission member 11b). The total length of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 can be varied by changing the amount of insertion.

摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとの各々が脱水槽側面30bに接していない場合には、一方の遠心力伝達部材の他方の遠心力伝達部材への挿入量に応じて摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとの間の距離は自由に伸び縮みをする。一方、摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとの各々が脱水槽側面30bに接している場合には、摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとの間の距離は脱水槽30の直径以上には伸びず、遠心力伝達部材11は撓み、摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとの各々を脱水槽側面30bに押し当てるばね力を発生する。そして、脱水槽30が回転するときに、脱水槽30の回転中心30cの延長線上に遠心力伝達部材11の回転中心11cが配置される。摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとの各々が脱水槽側面30bに圧接するようにすれば、遠心力伝達部材11の長さは最大となる。圧接によって、この最大長が維持されれば遠心力伝達部材11と脱水槽30との幾何学的位置関係は一定に固定されてずれることがない。   When each of the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b is not in contact with the dewatering tank side surface 30b, the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12a are arranged according to the amount of insertion of one centrifugal force transmission member into the other centrifugal force transmission member. The distance between the friction contact member 12b freely expands and contracts. On the other hand, when each of the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b is in contact with the dewatering tank side surface 30b, the distance between the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b is not less than the diameter of the dewatering tank 30. The centrifugal force transmission member 11 does not stretch and bends to generate a spring force that presses each of the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b against the dewatering tank side surface 30b. When the dewatering tank 30 rotates, the rotation center 11 c of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is disposed on an extension line of the rotation center 30 c of the dewatering tank 30. If each of the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b is in pressure contact with the dewatering tank side surface 30b, the length of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is maximized. If this maximum length is maintained by the pressure contact, the geometrical positional relationship between the centrifugal force transmitting member 11 and the dewatering tank 30 is fixed and will not be shifted.

図1(b)は、遠心力伝達部材11aと遠心力伝達部材11bとで構成される棒状の遠心力伝達部材11に弾性を持たせ、その弾性を利用して上方に弓なりとなるようにする模式図である。または、図示しないが遠心力伝達部材11が下方等のその他の方向に弓なりとなるように、遠心力伝達部材11の全長を変化させてばね力Fbを生じさせて摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとの各々を脱水槽側面30bに圧接して摩擦力を発生させるようにしてもよい。   In FIG. 1 (b), the rod-like centrifugal force transmission member 11 composed of the centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b has elasticity, and the elasticity is used to form a bow upward. It is a schematic diagram. Alternatively, although not shown, the frictional contact member 12a and the frictional contact member are generated by changing the overall length of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 to generate a spring force Fb so that the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is bowed in other directions such as downward. 12b may be brought into pressure contact with the dewatering tank side face 30b to generate a frictional force.

また、摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとの各々を脱水槽側面30bに圧接する別の機構としては、(1)摩擦接触部材12aと遠心力伝達部材11aとの間にばね力Fb(単位は、N(ニュートン))のコイル状のばね(コイルばね)を挿入してもよく(図9を参照)、(2)摩擦接触部材12bと遠心力伝達部材11bとの間にばね力Fbのコイルばねを挿入してもよく、(3)遠心力伝達部材11aと遠心力伝達部材11bとの間にばね力Fbのコイルばねを挿入するようにしてもよい。この場合には、脱水槽30に配置された高粘度内容物収拾器具10の遠心力伝達部材11が弓なりになるのではなく遠心力伝達部材11の全長に応じてコイルばねが圧縮さればね力が変化する。   Further, as another mechanism for pressing each of the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b against the dewatering tank side surface 30b, (1) a spring force Fb (unit) between the friction contact member 12a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11a N (Newton)) coiled springs (coil springs) may be inserted (see FIG. 9), and (2) the spring force Fb between the friction contact member 12b and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b. A coil spring may be inserted. (3) A coil spring having a spring force Fb may be inserted between the centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b. In this case, the centrifugal force transmission member 11 of the high-viscosity content collection device 10 disposed in the dewatering tank 30 is not bowed, but the coil spring is compressed according to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 and the spring force is increased. Change.

遠心力伝達部材11が上方、または、下方に弓なりとなるように、遠心力伝達部材11に弾性を持たせるようにする場合においては、コイルばねを配する必要がないので摩擦接触部材12aと遠心力伝達部材11aとを一体構成としてもよく、摩擦接触部材12bと遠心力伝達部材11bとを一体構成としてもよい。また、遠心力伝達部材11aと遠心力伝達部材11bとの間にばねを挿入する場合においても同様に、摩擦接触部材12aと遠心力伝達部材11aとを一体構成としてもよく、摩擦接触部材12bと遠心力伝達部材11bとを一体構成としてもよい。この場合には、摩擦接触部材12a、摩擦接触部材12bの脱水槽側面30bに接する部分に表面処理を施し、または/および、高摩擦材料を貼る等によって摩擦力を高めることができる。   In the case where the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is elastic so that the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is bowed upward or downward, it is not necessary to provide a coil spring, and the frictional contact member 12a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11 are centrifugally separated. The force transmission member 11a may be integrated, and the friction contact member 12b and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b may be integrated. Similarly, when a spring is inserted between the centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b, the friction contact member 12a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11a may be integrated, and the friction contact member 12b The centrifugal force transmission member 11b may be integrated. In this case, the frictional force can be increased by subjecting the portions of the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b that are in contact with the dewatering tank side surface 30b to surface treatment and / or applying a high friction material.

図2は実施形態の容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14と容器20との位置関係を説明するための図である。   FIG. 2 is a view for explaining the positional relationship between the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 and the container 20 according to the embodiment.

図2(a)はA-A'断面から見た図であり、図2(b)はB-B' 断面から見た図である。容器20は、遠心力伝達部材11の下方に配するようにしてもよく、遠心力伝達部材11の上方に配するようにしてもよく、遠心力伝達部材11の横方向に配するようにしてもよい。図2においては、容器20は、遠心力伝達部材11の下方に配している。   2A is a view as seen from the AA ′ cross section, and FIG. 2B is a view as seen from the BB ′ cross section. The container 20 may be arranged below the centrifugal force transmission member 11, may be arranged above the centrifugal force transmission member 11, and is arranged in the lateral direction of the centrifugal force transmission member 11. Also good. In FIG. 2, the container 20 is disposed below the centrifugal force transmission member 11.

容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14は、遠心力伝達部材11(図1、図2では遠心力伝達部材11a)に、はとめ等で固着される帯状の締結バンドで形成される。容器装着部材13の帯状の締結バンドの外側側面13aと容器装着部材13の帯状の締結バンドの内側側面13bとの各々に突起が配されている。外側側面13aの突起と内側側面13bの突起とは絡まりあい密着して容器20を保持する。   The container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are formed of a band-shaped fastening band that is fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member 11 (the centrifugal force transmission member 11a in FIGS. 1 and 2) with an eyelet or the like. Projections are arranged on each of the outer side surface 13 a of the band-shaped fastening band of the container mounting member 13 and the inner side surface 13 b of the band-shaped fastening band of the container mounting member 13. The protrusions on the outer side surface 13a and the protrusions on the inner side surface 13b are entangled and closely attached to hold the container 20.

同様に容器装着部材14の帯状の締結バンドの外側側面14aと容器装着部材14の帯状の締結バンドの内側側面14bとの各々に無数の突起が配されており、外側側面14aの突起と内側側面14bの突起とは絡まりあい密着して容器20を保持する。容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14に配されるこの突起の絡み合いが容器20を遠心力伝達部材11aに固着する締付力を生じる。   Similarly, innumerable protrusions are arranged on each of the outer side surface 14a of the band-shaped fastening band of the container mounting member 14 and the inner side surface 14b of the band-shaped fastening band of the container mounting member 14, and the protrusions on the outer side surface 14a and the inner side surface are arranged. The container 20 is held in close contact with the protrusion 14b. The entanglement of the protrusions arranged on the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 generates a tightening force for fixing the container 20 to the centrifugal force transmission member 11a.

この締付力は質量を有する容器20を回転中心11cから脱水槽側面30bに向かい移動させる遠心力を上回るようにされるので、質量を有する容器20は遠心力伝達部材11に固着されて移動せず、内容物40のみが遠心力によって脱水槽側面30bの方向へ移動する。   The tightening force exceeds the centrifugal force that moves the container 20 having the mass from the rotation center 11c toward the dewatering tank side surface 30b. Therefore, the container 20 having the mass is fixed to the centrifugal force transmitting member 11 and moved. Instead, only the contents 40 move in the direction of the dehydration tank side surface 30b by centrifugal force.

容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14は柔軟な材料で形成されているので、任意の断面形状を有する容器20を遠心力伝達部材11aに固着することができる。   Since the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are formed of a flexible material, the container 20 having an arbitrary cross-sectional shape can be fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member 11a.

容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14は、遠心力伝達部材11の回転中心11cと遠心力伝達部材11aとの間に配される。図1では、回転中心11cは、遠心力伝達部材11aに位置しているが、回転中心11cは遠心力伝達部材11bに位置するようにしてもよい。   The container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are disposed between the rotation center 11c of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 and the centrifugal force transmission member 11a. In FIG. 1, the rotation center 11c is located at the centrifugal force transmission member 11a, but the rotation center 11c may be located at the centrifugal force transmission member 11b.

図2(b)に示すように、脱水槽側面30b、容器20の内容物取出口20a、容器20の底部20b、回転中心11cの順で配置される場合には容器20の内容物40のすべての部分に対して回転中心11cから脱水槽側面30bの方向に向かう遠心力が働き、内容物取出口20aに向かい内容物40が移動する。図1に示すように、容器装着部材13が容器20の内容物取出口20aの付近を保持し、容器装着部材14が容器20の底部20bの付近を保持する場合には内容物取出口20aが安定して脱水槽側面30b方向を向くので内容物40を安定して取出す効果を生じる。   As shown in FIG. 2B, when the dewatering tank side surface 30b, the content outlet 20a of the container 20, the bottom 20b of the container 20, and the rotation center 11c are arranged in this order, all of the contents 40 of the container 20 are disposed. Centrifugal force from the rotation center 11c toward the dewatering tank side surface 30b acts on the portion of the portion, and the content 40 moves toward the content outlet 20a. As shown in FIG. 1, when the container mounting member 13 holds the vicinity of the content outlet 20a of the container 20 and the container mounting member 14 holds the vicinity of the bottom 20b of the container 20, the content outlet 20a Since it stably faces the direction of the dewatering tank side surface 30b, the effect of stably taking out the contents 40 is produced.

実施形態の技術の要部について、さらに、詳細に説明をする。   The main part of the technology of the embodiment will be described in further detail.

上述したように容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14は内容物取出口20aの開口部が脱水槽30の脱水槽側面30bに向くように保持し、底部20bが回転中心11cを越えないように保持する。このように容器20を配置することによって、上述したように、脱水槽側面30b、容器20の内容物取出口20a、容器20の底部20b、回転中心11cの順で配置され、脱水槽30が回転するときに容器の内容物40のすべてに作用する遠心力は、回転中心11cから外周方向(脱水槽側面30b方向)に向かう。そして、内容物取出口20aは方向遠心力によって内容物40は内容物取出口20aの方向に移動する。   As described above, the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are held such that the opening of the content outlet 20a faces the side surface 30b of the dehydration tank 30 and the bottom 20b does not exceed the rotation center 11c. To do. By arranging the container 20 in this way, as described above, the dehydration tank side surface 30b, the content outlet 20a of the container 20, the bottom 20b of the container 20, and the rotation center 11c are arranged in this order, and the dehydration tank 30 rotates. The centrifugal force acting on all of the contents 40 of the container is directed from the rotation center 11c toward the outer periphery (in the direction of the dewatering tank side face 30b). Then, the content outlet 20a moves in the direction of the content outlet 20a by the direction centrifugal force.

ここで、回転中心11cから半径rの点における遠心力Febは、
遠心力Feb=(質量m)×(半径r)×(角速度ω)である(単位は、N=kg・m/sec)。
遠心力を生じる加速度を遠心加速度と称すれば、回転中心11cから半径rの点における遠心加速度Gebは、
遠心加速度Geb=(半径r)×(角速度ω)である(単位は、G=m/sec)。
この遠心加速度Gebが内容物40を内容物取出口20aの方向に移動させる力の源となる。遠心加速度Gebは、容器20を逆さに立てた場合に内容物40を内容物取出口20aの方向に移動させる力である重力加速度Gに対応する。
Here, the centrifugal force Feb at a point of radius r from the rotation center 11c is
Centrifugal force Feb = (mass m) × (radius r) × (angular velocity ω) 2 (unit: N = kg · m / sec 2 ).
If acceleration that generates centrifugal force is referred to as centrifugal acceleration, the centrifugal acceleration Geb at a point of radius r from the rotation center 11c is
Centrifugal acceleration Geb = (radius r) × (angular velocity ω) 2 (unit: G = m / sec 2 ).
This centrifugal acceleration Geb is a source of force that moves the contents 40 in the direction of the contents outlet 20a. The centrifugal acceleration Geb corresponds to a gravitational acceleration G that is a force that moves the contents 40 in the direction of the contents outlet 20a when the container 20 is set upside down.

内容物40の位置する点の回転中心30c(回転中心11cと同じ)からの距離である半径rの2乗に比例して、内容物40を内容物取出口20aの方向に移動させる遠心加速度Gebは大きくなる。よって、容器20の内容物取出口20aを脱水槽側面30bになるべく近づけるように配置するのが遠心加速度Gebを大きくして内容物40の取出の効果を大きくする点では好ましい。ここで、(角速度ω)を大きくすれば遠心加速度Gebは大きくなるが、脱水槽30の回転の(角速度ω)は、安全性および洗濯機の耐久性と脱水性能とのバランスを考慮して、通常の洗濯機においては脱水槽30の回転数は予め洗濯機の製造業者によって適宜に設定されている。   Centrifugal acceleration Geb that moves the content 40 in the direction of the content outlet 20a in proportion to the square of the radius r that is the distance from the rotation center 30c (same as the rotation center 11c) of the point where the content 40 is located. Will grow. Therefore, it is preferable to arrange the content outlet 20a of the container 20 so as to be as close as possible to the side surface 30b of the dehydration tank in order to increase the centrifugal acceleration Geb and increase the effect of taking out the content 40. Here, if the (angular velocity ω) is increased, the centrifugal acceleration Geb increases, but the (angular velocity ω) of the rotation of the dewatering tank 30 takes into consideration the balance between safety and durability of the washing machine and the dewatering performance. In a normal washing machine, the number of rotations of the dewatering tub 30 is appropriately set in advance by the manufacturer of the washing machine.

図3は脱水槽側面30bと摩擦接触部材12aとの間に働く力および脱水槽側面30bと摩擦接触部材12bとの間に働く力について説明するための模式図である。紙面上方向が重力方向の反対方向である上方向を示し、紙面下方向が重力の向きである下方向を示す。以下、図3を参照して説明をする。   FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram for explaining the force acting between the dewatering tank side surface 30b and the friction contact member 12a and the force acting between the dewatering tank side surface 30b and the friction contact member 12b. The upward direction on the paper indicates the upward direction, which is the opposite direction of the gravity direction, and the downward direction on the paper indicates the downward direction, which is the direction of gravity. Hereinafter, a description will be given with reference to FIG.

脱水槽側面30bと摩擦接触部材12aとの間、脱水槽側面30bと摩擦接触部材12bとの間、の各々において摩擦力が生じる摩擦面を形成する。摩擦力とは、二つの物体が接触している際に、その接触面に平行な方向に働く力である。静止している物体を動かそうとする際に働く摩擦力を静止摩擦力Fmという(単位はN)。ここで、接触面に垂直にかかる荷重(垂直抗力)を荷重P、単位なし定数である摩擦係数を摩擦係数μとすれば、静止摩擦力Fmは、
静止摩擦力Fm=摩擦係数μ×荷重Pである。
脱水槽側面30bと摩擦接触部材12aとの間の摩擦係数μは、脱水槽側面30bの面の状態と脱水槽側面30bに接する摩擦接触部材12aの面の状態とによって定まる。同様に、脱水槽側面30bと摩擦接触部材12bとの間の摩擦係数μは、脱水槽側面30bの面の状態と脱水槽側面30bに接する摩擦接触部材12bの面の状態とによって定まる。
A friction surface is formed between the dewatering tank side surface 30b and the friction contact member 12a and between the dewatering tank side surface 30b and the friction contact member 12b. The frictional force is a force acting in a direction parallel to the contact surface when two objects are in contact. The frictional force that acts when trying to move a stationary object is called the static frictional force Fm (unit: N). Here, if the load applied perpendicularly to the contact surface (vertical drag) is the load P and the friction coefficient which is a unitless constant is the friction coefficient μ, the static friction force Fm is
Static friction force Fm = friction coefficient μ × load P.
The friction coefficient μ between the dewatering tank side surface 30b and the friction contact member 12a is determined by the state of the surface of the dewatering tank side surface 30b and the state of the surface of the friction contact member 12a in contact with the dewatering tank side surface 30b. Similarly, the friction coefficient μ between the dewatering tank side surface 30b and the friction contact member 12b is determined by the state of the surface of the dewatering tank side surface 30b and the state of the surface of the friction contact member 12b in contact with the dewatering tank side surface 30b.

物体が静止している限界でかかっている力、すなわち物体が動き出す直前にかかっている静止摩擦力Fmを最大静止摩擦力Foという(単位はN)。
脱水槽側面30bに対して摩擦接触部材12aが下方向に滑らない条件は、
最大静止摩擦力Fo≧重力Waである。
重力Waは、摩擦接触部材12aにかかる重力方向の力である。
同様に、脱水槽側面30bに対して摩擦接触部材12bが下方向に滑らない条件は、
最大静止摩擦力Fo≧重力Wbである。
ここで、摩擦接触部材12aと摩擦接触部材12bとは、同じ材質で、かつ、脱水槽側面30bに接する部分の形状・処理が同一であるので、両者の脱水槽側面30bにおける摩擦係数μの値は同一である。
The force applied at the limit where the object is stationary, that is, the static friction force Fm applied immediately before the object starts to move is referred to as the maximum static friction force Fo (unit: N).
The condition that the friction contact member 12a does not slide downward with respect to the dewatering tank side surface 30b is as follows:
The maximum static frictional force Fo ≧ gravity Wa.
The gravity Wa is a force in the gravity direction applied to the friction contact member 12a.
Similarly, the condition that the friction contact member 12b does not slide downward with respect to the dewatering tank side surface 30b is as follows.
Maximum static friction force Fo ≧ gravity Wb.
Here, since the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b are made of the same material and have the same shape and treatment in the portion in contact with the dewatering tank side surface 30b, the value of the friction coefficient μ on the dehydration tank side surface 30b of both the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b. Are the same.

重力Waは、遠心力伝達部材11と、容器20と、内容物40と、容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14とによる摩擦接触部材12aにかかる重力である。重力Wbは、遠心力伝達部材11と、容器20と、内容物40と、容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14とによる摩擦接触部材12bにかかる重力である。   The gravity Wa is the gravity applied to the frictional contact member 12a by the centrifugal force transmission member 11, the container 20, the contents 40, the container mounting member 13, and the container mounting member 14. The gravity Wb is the gravity applied to the frictional contact member 12b by the centrifugal force transmission member 11, the container 20, the contents 40, the container mounting member 13, and the container mounting member 14.

遠心力伝達部材11aと遠心力伝達部材11bとは若干寸法が異なるものの両者の質量の差は小さいと考えることができるので、遠心力伝達部材11による摩擦接触部材12aにかかる重力と摩擦接触部材12bにかかる重力とは等しく、各々が遠心力伝達部材11と摩擦接触部材12にかかる合計の重力W11の半分の重力W11/2と考えることができる。   Although the centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b are slightly different in size, it can be considered that the difference in mass between the centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b is small. Can be considered as gravity W11 / 2, which is half of the total gravity W11 applied to the centrifugal force transmission member 11 and the frictional contact member 12, respectively.

また、容器20と内容物40と容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14とにかかる重力Wsは、容器20と内容物40と容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14とが摩擦接触部材12aの近傍に配されるので、重力Wsのほとんどが摩擦接触部材12aにかかる重力であると考えることができる。よって、重力Wa≒重力W11/2+重力Ws、重力Wa≒重力W11/2と近似できる。   The gravity Ws applied to the container 20, the contents 40, the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 is such that the container 20, the contents 40, the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are in the vicinity of the friction contact member 12a. Therefore, it can be considered that most of the gravity Ws is the gravity applied to the frictional contact member 12a. Therefore, gravity Wa≈gravity W11 / 2 + gravity Ws, gravity Wa≈gravity W11 / 2 can be approximated.

一方、摩擦接触部材12aにかかる荷重Pa(垂直抗力Pa)は、遠心力F1とばね力Fb/2の和である。   On the other hand, the load Pa (vertical drag Pa) applied to the friction contact member 12a is the sum of the centrifugal force F1 and the spring force Fb / 2.

遠心力F1は、遠心力伝達部材11の質量の中で回転中心11cの位置から摩擦接触部材12aの先端までに分布する質量によって生じる総和の遠心力から、回転中心11cの位置から摩擦接触部材12aの手前の位置までの遠心力伝達部材11aの質量と摩擦接触部材12aとの質量によって生じる遠心力(第1の部分遠心力)を差し引いたものである。すなわち、遠心力F1は、容器20の質量と内容物40と容器装着部材13の質量と容器装着部材14の質量とによって生じる遠心力である。   The centrifugal force F1 is derived from the total centrifugal force generated by the mass distributed from the position of the rotation center 11c to the tip of the friction contact member 12a in the mass of the centrifugal force transmission member 11, and from the position of the rotation center 11c to the friction contact member 12a. The centrifugal force (first partial centrifugal force) generated by the mass of the centrifugal force transmission member 11a up to the position before and the mass of the friction contact member 12a is subtracted. That is, the centrifugal force F1 is a centrifugal force generated by the mass of the container 20, the contents 40, the mass of the container mounting member 13, and the mass of the container mounting member 14.

遠心力F1の大きさは、総和の遠心力から第1の部分遠心力を差し引いたものとする理由は以下である。第1の部分遠心力は、回転中心11cの位置から摩擦接触部材12bの手前の位置までの遠心力伝達部材11bの質量と摩擦接触部材12bとの質量によって生じる遠心力(第2の部分遠心力)の大きさと等しく、その方向は反対向きである。すなわち、遠心力伝達部材11aと遠心力伝達部材11bとは寸法(直径、厚味、長さ、形状)が近似しており、また、遠心力伝達部材11a、遠心力伝達部材11b、遠心力伝達部材11aはいずれも剛体であるので、相互に180°反対方向を向く第1の部分遠心力と第2の部分遠心力とはキャンセルするので、これらの成分は摩擦接触部材12aにかかる遠心力F1には含まれないとみなすことができる。必要であれば、小質量のカウンターウェイトを付加することによって正確に第1の部分遠心力と第2の部分遠心力とを等しくできる。   The reason why the magnitude of the centrifugal force F1 is obtained by subtracting the first partial centrifugal force from the total centrifugal force is as follows. The first partial centrifugal force is a centrifugal force generated by the mass of the centrifugal force transmission member 11b from the position of the rotation center 11c to the position before the friction contact member 12b and the mass of the friction contact member 12b (second partial centrifugal force). ) And the opposite direction. That is, the centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b have similar dimensions (diameter, thickness, length, shape), and the centrifugal force transmission member 11a, the centrifugal force transmission member 11b, and the centrifugal force transmission. Since both the members 11a are rigid bodies, the first partial centrifugal force and the second partial centrifugal force that are opposite to each other by 180 ° cancel each other. Therefore, these components cause the centrifugal force F1 applied to the friction contact member 12a. Can be regarded as not included. If necessary, the first partial centrifugal force and the second partial centrifugal force can be accurately equalized by adding a counterweight having a small mass.

脱水槽30が回転している限り、定速回転であろうと回転数が変化する場合であろうと以下の式で表される遠心力F1が脱水槽側面30b方向に作用する。遠心力F1は、正確には微小区間の遠心力Febを半径0から回転半径Rまで積分して求めなければならないが、以下の簡便な式を用いて説明を簡単にする。
遠心力F1=(容器20の質量と内容物40と容器装着部材13との回転半径Rにおける等価質量)×(回転半径R)×(角速度ω)である。
脱水槽30の停止時においては、ばね力Fbによって高粘度内容物収拾器具10と脱水槽30との幾何学的位置が固定され、脱水槽30の回転時においては、ばね力Fbと遠心力F1とによって高粘度内容物収拾器具10と脱水槽30との幾何学的位置が固定されて安定に動作をする。
As long as the dewatering tank 30 is rotating, the centrifugal force F1 represented by the following formula acts in the direction of the dewatering tank side surface 30b regardless of whether the rotation speed is constant or the rotation speed is changed. The centrifugal force F1 must be obtained by integrating the centrifugal force Feb in a minute section from the radius 0 to the rotation radius R, but the explanation is simplified using the following simple expression.
Centrifugal force F <b> 1 = (equivalent mass at the rotation radius R of the container 20 and the contents 40 and the container mounting member 13) × (rotation radius R) × (angular velocity ω) 2 .
When the dewatering tank 30 is stopped, the geometric position of the high-viscosity content collection device 10 and the dewatering tank 30 is fixed by the spring force Fb, and when the dewatering tank 30 is rotated, the spring force Fb and the centrifugal force F1. As a result, the geometrical positions of the high-viscosity content collecting device 10 and the dehydrating tank 30 are fixed and operate stably.

なお、後述するが、摩擦接触部材12aの側と同様に、摩擦接触部材12bの側にも容器20と内容物40と容器装着部材13とが備えられる場合(図7を参照)には摩擦接触部材12bの側にも遠心力が作用する。摩擦接触部材12aの側と、摩擦接触部材12bの側とで、容器20と内容物40と容器装着部材13との質量配置が同様であれば、摩擦接触部材12aの側に働く遠心力と摩擦接触部材12bの側に働く遠心力とは方向が180異なり、大きさが同じであるので、両者はキャンセルする。そして、摩擦接触部材12aの側にも、摩擦接触部材12bの側にも、遠心力F1は働かない。   As will be described later, when the container 20, the contents 40, and the container mounting member 13 are provided on the friction contact member 12b side as well as the friction contact member 12a side (see FIG. 7), the friction contact is made. Centrifugal force also acts on the member 12b side. If the mass arrangement of the container 20, the contents 40, and the container mounting member 13 is the same on the friction contact member 12a side and the friction contact member 12b side, centrifugal force and friction acting on the friction contact member 12a side are provided. Since the direction is different from the centrifugal force acting on the contact member 12b side by 180 and the magnitude is the same, both cancel. The centrifugal force F1 does not act on either the friction contact member 12a side or the friction contact member 12b side.

結論としては、図1に示す場合には、脱水槽側面30bが回転している場合には摩擦接触部材12aにかかる荷重Pa(垂直抗力Pa)は、遠心力F1とばね力Fb/2の和であるが、脱水槽側面30bが回転していない場合には摩擦接触部材12aにかかる荷重Pa(垂直抗力Pa)は、ばね力Fb/2のみである。
また、脱水槽側面30bが回転している場合も回転していない場合も摩擦接触部材12bにかかる荷重Pb(垂直抗力Pb)は、ばね力Fb/2のみである。
よって、遠心力の助けを期待することなく、荷重Paも荷重Pbもばね力Fb/2のみであるとしてばね力を設定しなければ、常時、安定して高粘度内容物収拾器具10を脱水槽側面30bに保持することができない。
In conclusion, in the case shown in FIG. 1, when the dewatering tank side surface 30b is rotating, the load Pa (vertical drag Pa) applied to the friction contact member 12a is the sum of the centrifugal force F1 and the spring force Fb / 2. However, when the dewatering tank side surface 30b is not rotating, the load Pa (vertical drag Pa) applied to the friction contact member 12a is only the spring force Fb / 2.
Further, the load Pb (vertical drag force Pb) applied to the friction contact member 12b is only the spring force Fb / 2 regardless of whether the dewatering tank side face 30b is rotating or not rotating.
Therefore, if the spring force is not set assuming that the load Pa and the load Pb are only the spring force Fb / 2 without expecting the help of the centrifugal force, the high-viscosity content collection device 10 is always stably dehydrated. It cannot be held on the side surface 30b.

なお、図7に示す場合には、脱水槽側面30bが回転している場合、脱水槽側面30bが回転していない場合を問わず、摩擦接触部材12aにかかる荷重Pa(垂直抗力Pa)は、ばね力Fb/2のみである。
また、脱水槽側面30bが回転している場合も回転していない場合も摩擦接触部材12bにかかる荷重Pb(垂直抗力Pb)は、ばね力Fb/2のみである。
In the case shown in FIG. 7, the load Pa (vertical drag Pa) applied to the frictional contact member 12a is not limited to the case where the dewatering tank side face 30b is rotating or the dehydrating tank side face 30b is not rotating. Only the spring force Fb / 2.
Further, the load Pb (vertical drag force Pb) applied to the friction contact member 12b is only the spring force Fb / 2 regardless of whether the dewatering tank side face 30b is rotating or not rotating.

要するに、下方移動に対する最大静止摩擦力Foau=(ばね力Fb/2)×(下方移動の摩擦係数μ)≧重力Wa、かつ、下方移動に対する最大静止摩擦力Fobu=(ばね力Fb/2)×(下方移動の摩擦係数μ)≧重力Wbの条件が成立すれば、
脱水槽側面30bの回転停止の最悪状態でも、摩擦接触部材12aは脱水槽側面30bを下方に滑ることなく同じ位置に留まり、摩擦接触部材12bは脱水槽側面30bを下方に滑ることなく同じ位置に留まる。
ここで、摩擦接触部材12aの下方移動の摩擦係数μの値と、摩擦接触部材12bの下方移動の摩擦係数μの値とが同一であれば、最大静止摩擦力Foau=最大静止摩擦力Fobuである。
In short, the maximum static friction force Foau for the downward movement Foau = (spring force Fb / 2) × (the friction coefficient μ of the downward movement) ≧ gravity Wa and the maximum static friction force Fobu for the downward movement = (spring force Fb / 2) × (Friction coefficient μ of downward movement) ≧ gravity Wb is satisfied,
Even in the worst state of rotation stoppage of the dewatering tank side surface 30b, the friction contact member 12a stays at the same position without sliding down the dewatering tank side surface 30b, and the friction contact member 12b stays at the same position without sliding down the dehydration tank side surface 30b. stay.
Here, if the value of the friction coefficient μ of the downward movement of the friction contact member 12a is the same as the value of the friction coefficient μ of the downward movement of the friction contact member 12b, the maximum static friction force Foau = the maximum static friction force Fobu. is there.

仮に、摩擦接触部材12aまたは摩擦接触部材12bの一方が滑った場合には、高粘度内容物収拾器具10は脱水槽30の内部に脱落してもはやその機能を発揮できないこととなる。よって、摩擦接触部材12aまたは摩擦接触部材12bの一方たりとも滑ることがないようにしなければならない。   If one of the friction contact member 12a or the friction contact member 12b slips, the high-viscosity content collecting device 10 falls into the dehydration tank 30 and can no longer perform its function. Therefore, it is necessary to prevent one of the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b from slipping.

さらに、図3に示す回転方向に作用する力の影響を検討する必要がある。回転方向に作用する力は回転する物体の接線方向に生じる力であり、脱水槽30の回転数が変化する場合に生じる力である。   Furthermore, it is necessary to examine the influence of the force acting in the rotational direction shown in FIG. The force acting in the rotation direction is a force generated in the tangential direction of the rotating object, and is a force generated when the rotation speed of the dewatering tank 30 changes.

脱水槽側面30bの回転速度を回転速度Vとすると、
回転速度V=(回転半径R)×(角速度ω)である(単位は、m/sec)。
ここで、脱水槽側面30bが定速で回転している場合には慣性の法則に従って摩擦接触部材12aおよび摩擦接触部材12bも脱水槽側面30bと同じ速度で回転をしているので両者の相対加速度は0(零)である。この場合には、回転力F2aおよび回転力F2b(図3を参照、◎は紙面裏面から紙面表面に向かう力を表し、×は紙面表面から紙面裏面に向かう力を表す)は0(零)であり、紙面裏面から紙面表面に向かう力も紙面表面から紙面裏面に向かう力も働かない。
When the rotational speed of the dewatering tank side surface 30b is the rotational speed V,
Rotational speed V = (rotational radius R) × (angular speed ω) (unit: m / sec).
Here, when the dewatering tank side surface 30b rotates at a constant speed, the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b rotate at the same speed as the dewatering tank side surface 30b in accordance with the law of inertia. Is 0 (zero). In this case, the rotational force F2a and the rotational force F2b (see FIG. 3, ◎ represents the force from the back surface to the paper surface, and x represents the force from the paper surface to the back surface) is 0 (zero). Yes, neither the force from the back of the paper to the front of the paper nor the force from the front of the paper to the back of the paper works.

脱水槽側面30bの回転速度を変化させた場合には、摩擦接触部材12aおよび摩擦接触部材12bは、慣性の法則に従いそれ以前の速度を維持しようとするので回転力F2aおよび回転力F2bの各々が0ではなくなる。
回転力F2a=(回転半径Rにおける等価質量)×(回転半径R)×d(角速度ω)/d(時間)である(単位は、N=kg・m/sec)。
ここで、回転半径Rにおける等価質量は、回転中心11cから摩擦接触部材12aまでに分布する質量を回転半径Rにおける質量に換算するものである。同様に、
回転力F2b=(回転半径Rにおける等価質量)×(回転半径R)×d(角速度ω)/d(時間)である。d(角速度ω)/d(時間)は角速度ωの時間微分である。
When the rotational speed of the dewatering tank side surface 30b is changed, the frictional contact member 12a and the frictional contact member 12b try to maintain the previous speed according to the law of inertia, so that each of the rotational force F2a and the rotational force F2b It is not zero.
Rotational force F2a = (equivalent mass at the rotation radius R) × (rotation radius R) × d (angular velocity ω) / d (time) (unit: N = kg · m / sec 2 ).
Here, the equivalent mass at the rotation radius R is obtained by converting the mass distributed from the rotation center 11c to the friction contact member 12a into the mass at the rotation radius R. Similarly,
Rotational force F2b = (equivalent mass at the rotation radius R) × (rotation radius R) × d (angular velocity ω) / d (time). d (angular velocity ω) / d (time) is a time derivative of the angular velocity ω.

紙面表面から紙面裏面に向かう方向に増速する場合、または、紙面裏面から紙面表面に向かう方向に減速する場合に、紙面裏面から紙面表面に向かう回転力が働く。一方、紙面裏面から紙面表面に向かう方向に増速する場合、または、紙面表面から紙面裏面に向かう方向に減速する場合に、紙面表面から紙面裏面に向かう回転力が働く。   When the speed is increased in the direction from the paper surface to the paper surface, or when the speed is decreased in the direction from the paper surface to the paper surface, a rotational force is applied from the paper surface to the paper surface. On the other hand, when accelerating in the direction from the back surface of the paper to the front surface of the paper surface, or when decelerating in the direction from the front surface of the paper to the back surface of the paper surface, a rotational force from the front surface of the paper toward the back surface of the paper works.

上述した、摩擦接触部材12aが脱水槽側面30bを下方に滑ることがない条件と同様に、摩擦接触部材12aが脱水槽側面30bを回転方向に滑ることがない条件は、脱水槽側面30bの回転が停止して遠心力が働かない最悪状態において、
回転移動の最大静止摩擦力Foar=(ばね力Fb/2)×(回転移動の摩擦係数μ)≧回転力F2a、かつ、回転移動の最大静止摩擦力Fobr=(ばね力Fb/2)×(回転移動の摩擦係数μ)≧回転力F2bである。
ここで、遠心力伝達部材11aおよび遠心力伝達部材11bの剛性が十分高いので回転力F2a=回転力F2bとなり、Foar=Fobrである。
Similar to the above-described condition that the friction contact member 12a does not slide downward on the dehydration tank side face 30b, the condition that the friction contact member 12a does not slide on the dehydration tank side face 30b in the rotation direction is the rotation of the dehydration tank side face 30b. In the worst condition where the centrifugal force does not work
Maximum static frictional force Foar = (spring force Fb / 2) × (friction coefficient μ of rotational movement) ≧ Rotational force F2a and maximum static frictional force Fobr = (spring force Fb / 2) × ( Friction coefficient of rotational movement μ) ≧ rotational force F2b.
Here, since the rigidity of the centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b is sufficiently high, the rotational force F2a = the rotational force F2b and Foar = Fobr.

以下において、一実施例における、洗濯機の脱水槽30および容器20、高粘度内容物収拾器具10について説明する。   Hereinafter, the dehydration tank 30 and the container 20 of the washing machine and the high-viscosity content collection device 10 in one embodiment will be described.

図1に示す構成の高粘度内容物収拾器具10を設置する洗濯機は、全自動一槽式洗濯機(登録商標ナショナル:NA−F50E型/50リットル)である。脱水槽30の直径は40cm(センチメータ)、すなわち、脱水槽30の回転半径Rは20cmである。脱水槽30の回転速度は約1000rpmである。容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14が保持する容器20は、マヨネーズの350g(グラム)入り容器である。マヨネーズ容器の長手方向の全長は19cmである。   The washing machine in which the high-viscosity content collecting device 10 having the configuration shown in FIG. 1 is installed is a fully automatic one-tub washing machine (registered trademark National: NA-F50E type / 50 liters). The diameter of the dewatering tank 30 is 40 cm (centimeter), that is, the rotation radius R of the dewatering tank 30 is 20 cm. The rotation speed of the dewatering tank 30 is about 1000 rpm. The container 20 held by the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 is a container containing 350 g (grams) of mayonnaise. The total length of the mayonnaise container in the longitudinal direction is 19 cm.

円柱状の遠心力伝達部材11aに円柱状の遠心力伝達部材11bを挿入するようにして、遠心力伝達部材11bを回転させて遠心力伝達部材11aと遠心力伝達部材11bとで形成される遠心力伝達部材11の長さを調整できるようにした。そして、遠心力伝達部材11が弓なりとなるように遠心力伝達部材11aおよび遠心力伝達部材11bに弾性を持たせるようにした。また、摩擦接触部材12aと遠心力伝達部材11aとを一体構成とし、摩擦接触部材12bと遠心力伝達部材11bとを一体構成とした。なお、遠心力伝達部材11を構成する遠心力伝達部材11aと遠心力伝達部材11bとを全長の調整をすることがない切れ目のない一本の棒で形成して、遠心力伝達部材11の全長は予め脱水槽30の直径に合わせ適宜なばね力が得られる長さとした場合についても実験をおこなったが同様の効果が得られた。   Centrifugal force formed by the centrifugal force transmitting member 11a and the centrifugal force transmitting member 11b by rotating the centrifugal force transmitting member 11b so that the cylindrical centrifugal force transmitting member 11b is inserted into the cylindrical centrifugal force transmitting member 11a. The length of the force transmission member 11 can be adjusted. Then, the centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b are made elastic so that the centrifugal force transmission member 11 becomes a bow. In addition, the friction contact member 12a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11a are integrated, and the friction contact member 12b and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b are integrated. The centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b constituting the centrifugal force transmission member 11 are formed by a single continuous rod that does not adjust the overall length. An experiment was conducted in the case where the length was adjusted in advance so as to obtain an appropriate spring force according to the diameter of the dehydration tank 30, but the same effect was obtained.

この実施例では、遠心力伝達部材11aの外径の直径は10mm(ミリメータ)、質量は15g(グラム)、遠心力伝達部材11bの外径の直径は10mm、質量は10gとした。摩擦接触部材12aの質量、摩擦接触部材12bの質量は各々0.4gとした。容器装着部材13の質量、容器装着部材14の質量は各々2gとした。遠心力伝達部材11aと遠心力伝達部材11bとは上方に若干湾曲させ、ばね力Fbとして約5Nが得られるようにした。   In this embodiment, the centrifugal force transmission member 11a has an outer diameter of 10 mm (millimeters), a mass of 15 g (grams), and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b has an outer diameter of 10 mm and a mass of 10 g. The mass of the friction contact member 12a and the mass of the friction contact member 12b were each 0.4 g. The mass of the container mounting member 13 and the mass of the container mounting member 14 were each 2 g. The centrifugal force transmission member 11a and the centrifugal force transmission member 11b are slightly curved upward so that a spring force Fb of about 5N is obtained.

容器20の内容物取出口20aの先端部と脱水槽側面30bとの距離が1cm、容器20の底部20bと脱水槽側面30bとの距離が20cmとなるように容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14によって容器20を保持した。すなわち、容器20の底部20bと回転中心11cとの距離が0cm、容器20の内容物取出口20aの先端と回転中心11cとの距離が19cmとなるように容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14によって容器20を保持した。そして、洗濯機の動作を1000rpmで7分間の脱水動作にして脱水槽30を回転させた。   The container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 so that the distance between the tip of the content outlet 20a of the container 20 and the dehydration tank side face 30b is 1 cm, and the distance between the bottom 20b of the container 20 and the dehydration tank side face 30b is 20 cm. To hold the container 20. That is, by the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 such that the distance between the bottom 20b of the container 20 and the rotation center 11c is 0 cm, and the distance between the tip of the content outlet 20a of the container 20 and the rotation center 11c is 19 cm. Container 20 was held. And the operation | movement of the washing machine was dehydrated for 7 minutes at 1000 rpm, and the dehydration tank 30 was rotated.

以上の実施例において、(ばね力Fb/2)×(摩擦係数μ)≧重力Wa、かつ、(ばね力Fb/2)×(摩擦係数μ)≧重力Wb、で表される条件を満たすことができた。この条件は、摩擦接触部材12aおよび摩擦接触部材12bが下方に落下しない条件である。   In the above embodiment, the condition represented by (spring force Fb / 2) × (friction coefficient μ) ≧ gravity Wa and (spring force Fb / 2) × (friction coefficient μ) ≧ gravity Wb is satisfied. I was able to. This condition is a condition in which the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b do not fall downward.

また、同時に、(ばね力Fb/2)×(摩擦係数μ)≧回転力F2a、かつ、(ばね力Fb/2)×(摩擦係数μ)≧回転力F2b、で表される条件を満たすことができた。この条件は、摩擦接触部材12aおよび摩擦接触部材12bが回転方向に移動しない条件である。そして、脱水モードで回転する脱水槽側面30bの回転動作開始から回転動作完了まで高粘度内容物収拾器具10と脱水槽30との幾何学的位置は固定されており安定に動作した。   At the same time, the condition represented by (spring force Fb / 2) × (friction coefficient μ) ≧ rotational force F2a and (spring force Fb / 2) × (friction coefficient μ) ≧ rotational force F2b is satisfied. I was able to. This condition is a condition in which the friction contact member 12a and the friction contact member 12b do not move in the rotation direction. The geometric positions of the high-viscosity content collection device 10 and the dehydrating tank 30 were fixed and operated stably from the start of the rotating operation of the dehydrating tank side surface 30b rotating in the dehydrating mode to the completion of the rotating operation.

洗濯機の脱水槽を1000rpmで回転させた場合における容器20の内容物取出口20aの先端部(半径19cmの位置)に加わる遠心加速度Gebの大きさを計算式から求める。
遠心加速度Geb(内容物取出口20aの先端部)=(0.19)×{2π×(1000/60)}=2081.47(m/sec)である。
(遠心加速度Geb(内容物取出口20aの先端部))/(重力加速度)=2081.47/9.80665=212.25である。
すなわち、内容物取出口20aの先端部においては重力加速度Gの約212倍の遠心加速度Gebが脱水槽側面30b方向に作用して内容物取出口20aに内容物40を移動させる。
The magnitude of the centrifugal acceleration Geb applied to the tip end portion (position of radius 19 cm) of the content outlet 20a of the container 20 when the dewatering tank of the washing machine is rotated at 1000 rpm is obtained from the calculation formula.
Centrifugal acceleration Geb (tip portion of content outlet 20a) = (0.19) × {2π × (1000/60)} 2 = 2081.47 (m / sec 2 ).
(Centrifugal acceleration Geb (tip of the content outlet 20a)) / (gravity acceleration) = 2081.47 / 9.80665 = 212.25.
That is, at the tip of the content outlet 20a, a centrifugal acceleration Geb that is about 212 times the gravitational acceleration G acts in the direction of the dewatering tank side surface 30b and moves the content 40 to the content outlet 20a.

洗濯機の脱水槽を1000rpmで回転させた場合における容器20の底部20b(半径r=0の位置)に加わる遠心加速度Gebの大きさを計算式から求めると、底部20bの回転中心からの距離は0cmであるので、遠心加速度Geb=0である。   When the magnitude of the centrifugal acceleration Geb applied to the bottom 20b (the radius r = 0 position) of the container 20 when the dewatering tub of the washing machine is rotated at 1000 rpm is determined from the calculation formula, the distance from the rotation center of the bottom 20b is Since it is 0 cm, the centrifugal acceleration Geb = 0.

洗濯機の脱水槽を1000rpmで回転させた場合における容器20の底部20bから1cmだけ内容物取出口20aの先端部に近づく点(半径r=1cmの位置)に加わる遠心加速度Gebの大きさを計算式から求める。
遠心加速度Geb(底部20bから内容物取出口20a方向へ1cm)=(0.01)×{2π×(1000/60)}=109.55109(m/sec)。
(遠心加速度Geb(底部20bから内容物取出口20a方向へ1cm))/(重力加速度)=109.55109/9.80665=11.171102である。
すなわち、底部20bから内容物取出口20a方向へ1cm移動した点においては重力加速度Gの約11倍の遠心加速度Gebが脱水槽側面30b方向に作用して内容物取出口20aに内容物40を移動させる。
なお、遠心加速度Geb=重力加速度1Gとなる点は底部20bから内容物取出口20a方向へ0.3cmの点(半径r=0.3cmの位置)であるのでこの実施例では、殆どの内容物40を内容物取出口20aに移動できることが分かる。
When the dewatering tub of the washing machine is rotated at 1000 rpm, the magnitude of the centrifugal acceleration Geb applied to the point (radius r = 1 cm) approaching the tip of the content outlet 20a by 1 cm from the bottom 20b of the container 20 is calculated. Calculate from the formula.
Centrifugal acceleration Geb (1 cm from the bottom 20b toward the content outlet 20a) = (0.01) × {2π × (1000/60)} 2 = 109.55109 (m / sec 2 ).
(Centrifugal acceleration Geb (1 cm from the bottom 20b toward the content outlet 20a)) / (gravity acceleration) = 109.55109 / 9.80665 = 11.1171102.
That is, at a point moved 1 cm from the bottom 20b toward the content outlet 20a, a centrifugal acceleration Geb of about 11 times the gravitational acceleration G acts in the direction of the dewatering tank side surface 30b and moves the content 40 to the content outlet 20a. Let
The point where centrifugal acceleration Geb = gravitational acceleration 1G is a point of 0.3 cm (position of radius r = 0.3 cm) from the bottom 20b toward the content outlet 20a. It can be seen that 40 can be moved to the content outlet 20a.

図4はこの実施例における内容物取出しの効果を示す写真である。図4の上段の写真は手で何度もマヨネーズを絞り出した後の容器20の写真である。図4の下段の写真は上述した実施例の条件(1000rpmで7分間の脱水動作)で洗濯機を脱水動作させた後の容器20の写真である。   FIG. 4 is a photograph showing the effect of taking out the contents in this embodiment. The upper photograph in FIG. 4 is a photograph of the container 20 after the mayonnaise has been squeezed out many times by hand. The lower photograph in FIG. 4 is a photograph of the container 20 after the washing machine is dehydrated under the conditions of the above-described embodiment (dehydration operation at 1000 rpm for 7 minutes).

図4の上段の写真と図4の下段の写真とを対比すると、図4の上段の手でマヨネーズを絞り出した写真に比べて、図4の下段の洗濯機と高粘度内容物収拾器具10を用いる場合の写真のマヨネーズ収拾の効果の大きさが分かる。   4 is compared with the photograph in the lower part of FIG. 4, the washing machine in the lower part of FIG. 4 and the high-viscosity content collecting device 10 are compared with the photograph in which the mayonnaise is squeezed out by the hand in the upper part of FIG. 4. You can see the magnitude of the effect of picking up the mayonnaise in the photo.

「第1実施形態の種々の変形例」
(大型形状容器に対応する変形例)
上述したように一般家庭用洗濯機の脱水槽の通常の直径は40cm程度であるので、上述した実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具10を用いる場合において内容物収拾の効果を生じる容器20の最大の長さ(内容物取出口20aの先端から底部20bまでの長さ)は脱水槽の直径の半分の20cmである。容器20の長さが20cmまでの場合には、脱水槽側面30b、容器20の内容物取出口20a、容器20の底部20b、回転中心11cの順で配置可能である(図1(b)を参照)から容器20の内容物40の殆どすべてを内容物取出口20aに向かって移動させて内容物40を収拾できる。しかしながら、家庭用の容器は20cmを超えるものもあるのが現状である。このような場合においても容易に、効率的に内容物40を取出す技術について説明をする。
“Various Modifications of First Embodiment”
(Modification corresponding to large-sized container)
As described above, since the normal diameter of the dewatering tub of a general household washing machine is about 40 cm, the maximum of the container 20 that produces the effect of content collection when the high-viscosity content collection device 10 of the above-described embodiment is used. Is 20 cm, which is half the diameter of the dewatering tank. When the length of the container 20 is up to 20 cm, the dehydration tank side surface 30b, the content outlet 20a of the container 20, the bottom 20b of the container 20, and the rotation center 11c can be arranged in this order (FIG. 1B). The contents 40 can be collected by moving almost all of the contents 40 of the container 20 toward the contents outlet 20a. However, the current situation is that some household containers exceed 20 cm. A technique for easily and efficiently taking out the contents 40 will be described even in such a case.

図5は大型の容器に実施形態の技術を適用するための変形例の特徴部分を説明するための図である。   FIG. 5 is a diagram for explaining a characteristic part of a modification for applying the technique of the embodiment to a large container.

図5は変形例の特徴部分のみを表し、他の部分は実施形態におけると異なるものではない。先に示した実施形態においては、容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14を遠心力伝達部材11(実施例では遠心力伝達部材11a)に直接に固着した。一方、この変形例においては、傾斜部材15を介して容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14を遠心力伝達部材11に固着しており、実質的には容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14を遠心力伝達部材11に直接に固着するのと等価である。   FIG. 5 shows only the characteristic part of the modified example, and other parts are not different from those in the embodiment. In the embodiment described above, the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are directly fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member 11 (the centrifugal force transmission member 11a in the embodiment). On the other hand, in this modified example, the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are fixed to the centrifugal force transmitting member 11 via the inclined member 15, and the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are substantially centrifuged. This is equivalent to fixing directly to the force transmission member 11.

すなわち、変形例では、さらに、容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14が装着される傾斜部材15を備えている。そして、第1の摩擦接触部材12aの近傍の遠心力伝達部材11(第1の遠心力伝達部材11a)の一点15aを回動中心とする傾斜部材15を介して容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14は遠心力伝達部材11に固着されるようにしている。このようにして、遠心力伝達部材11に対して傾斜部材15を傾けて遠心力伝達部材11の上に射影される容器20の長さを脱水槽側面30bの回転半径Rよりも短くしている。   That is, in the modified example, the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are further provided with an inclined member 15 on which the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 are mounted. Then, the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member are disposed via the inclined member 15 with the point 15a of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 (first centrifugal force transmission member 11a) in the vicinity of the first frictional contact member 12a as a rotation center. 14 is fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member 11. In this way, the inclined member 15 is tilted with respect to the centrifugal force transmission member 11, and the length of the container 20 projected onto the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is made shorter than the rotation radius R of the dewatering tank side surface 30b. .

傾斜角度設定部材(第1の傾斜角度設定部材)16aと傾斜角度設定部材(第2の傾斜角度設定部材)16bとを有する傾斜角度設定部材16は、傾斜角度θを適宜に設定するための部材である。傾斜角度設定部材16aの一端に傾斜角度設定部材16bの一端は挿入され、傾斜角度設定部材16の全長が可変とされる。挿入量は締めつけリング16cによって固定される。傾斜角度設定部材16aの他端は傾斜部材15の一点15bに回動可能に取り付けられ、傾斜角度設定部材16bの他端の一点16dは遠心力伝達部材11に回動可能に取り付けられる。また、傾斜角度設定部材16の長さが固定されている場合でも、傾斜角度設定部材16bの他端の遠心力伝達部材11への取付位置を回転中心11c側に移動すれば傾斜角度θをより小さくすることができ、脱水槽側面30bの側に移動すれば傾斜角度θをより大きくすることができる。   The tilt angle setting member 16 having the tilt angle setting member (first tilt angle setting member) 16a and the tilt angle setting member (second tilt angle setting member) 16b is a member for appropriately setting the tilt angle θ. It is. One end of the tilt angle setting member 16b is inserted into one end of the tilt angle setting member 16a, and the entire length of the tilt angle setting member 16 is variable. The amount of insertion is fixed by the tightening ring 16c. The other end of the tilt angle setting member 16a is pivotably attached to one point 15b of the tilt member 15, and the other point 16d of the other end of the tilt angle setting member 16b is pivotally attached to the centrifugal force transmission member 11. Even if the length of the tilt angle setting member 16 is fixed, if the attachment position of the other end of the tilt angle setting member 16b to the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is moved to the rotation center 11c side, the tilt angle θ can be further increased. The inclination angle θ can be further increased by moving to the side of the dehydration tank side surface 30b.

傾斜部材15の傾斜部材長Lは回転半径Rよりも長い大型の容器20の最大長である。傾斜部材長Lと遠心力伝達部材11の回転半径R(摩擦接触部材12aの先端から回転中心11cまでの長さ)と傾斜角度θとの3者の関係は、以下の式であらわされる。傾斜部材長L=回転半径R/Cosθ
この式は傾斜部材15の傾斜部材長Lの遠心力伝達部材11に射影される長さが回転半径Rと等しくなる条件、すなわち、傾斜部材15に取付られる容器20のすべての内容物に内容物取出口20aの方向の遠心力が発生する条件を表している。
The inclined member length L of the inclined member 15 is the maximum length of the large container 20 longer than the rotation radius R. The relationship between the inclination member length L, the rotation radius R of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 (the length from the tip of the frictional contact member 12a to the rotation center 11c), and the inclination angle θ is expressed by the following equation. Inclined member length L = Turning radius R / Cosθ
This equation is based on the condition that the length of the inclined member 15 projected onto the centrifugal force transmission member 11 of the inclined member length L is equal to the rotation radius R, that is, the contents of all the contents of the container 20 attached to the inclined member 15. The condition in which the centrifugal force in the direction of the outlet 20a is generated is shown.

例えば、傾斜角度θ=60°(度)の場合には傾斜部材長Lは2×回転半径Rの長さとなり、傾斜部材15に取付可能な容器20の理論最大長は2×回転半径Rである。先の実施形態においては容器20の理論最大長はRであるから、図5に示す実施形態における傾斜角度θ=60°の場合の理論最大長は2倍の2Rとなっている。傾斜角度θ=0°であり、かつ、傾斜部材長Lが回転半径Rの場合は、先の実施形態におけると同様の作用を奏する。傾斜角度θ=90°の場合には、容器20の内容物取出口20aの方向の遠心力および遠心加速度の大きさは0であるので容器20の内容物を内容物取出口20aの方向に移動させる効果は全くない。   For example, when the inclination angle θ = 60 ° (degrees), the inclined member length L is 2 × the radius of rotation R, and the theoretical maximum length of the container 20 that can be attached to the inclined member 15 is 2 × the rotation radius R. is there. Since the theoretical maximum length of the container 20 is R in the previous embodiment, the theoretical maximum length in the case of the inclination angle θ = 60 ° in the embodiment shown in FIG. When the inclination angle θ = 0 ° and the inclination member length L is the rotation radius R, the same effect as in the previous embodiment is obtained. When the inclination angle θ is 90 °, the centrifugal force and centrifugal acceleration in the direction of the content outlet 20a of the container 20 are zero, so the content of the container 20 is moved in the direction of the content outlet 20a. There is no effect.

内容物40に働く遠心加速度Gebの方向は遠心力伝達部材11の延在方向と平行する。遠心加速度Gebの内容物取出口20aの方向の成分を遠心加速度Gedとすれば、
遠心加速度Ged=遠心加速度Geb×Cosθ=(半径r)×(角速度ω)×Cosθである。
例えば、傾斜角度θ=60°の場合には、遠心加速度Ged=遠心加速度Geb×1/2である(図5を参照)。
The direction of the centrifugal acceleration Geb acting on the contents 40 is parallel to the extending direction of the centrifugal force transmission member 11. If the component in the direction of the content outlet 20a of the centrifugal acceleration Geb is the centrifugal acceleration Ged,
Centrifugal acceleration Ged = centrifugal acceleration Geb × Cos θ = (radius r) × (angular velocity ω) 2 × Cos θ.
For example, in the case of the inclination angle θ = 60 °, the centrifugal acceleration Ged = centrifugal acceleration Geb × 1/2 (see FIG. 5).

(超小型形状容器に対応する変形例)
個人が使う化粧品類、家庭用調味料、接着剤等を入れる容器20は特に小さく、小型チューブ容器と称される。そのために、小型チューブ容器を遠心力伝達部材11に装着する容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14は、締結バンドの幅が小さく長さも短く、容器装着部材13と容器装着部材14との間隔も短い等の専用の小型化した構造としなければ小型チューブ容器を固着することが困難となってしまう。しかしながら、350g入りマヨネーズ等の容器20を固着できる容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14をそのまま使いながら小型チューブ容器に対応できれば便利である。そこで、以下のような補助ケース50を用い、小型チューブ容器を補助ケース50に収納して、補助ケース50を容器装着部材13および容器装着部材14に固着するようにした。
(Modification corresponding to ultra-small container)
The container 20 for storing cosmetics, household seasonings, adhesives, etc. used by individuals is particularly small and is called a small tube container. Therefore, the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 for mounting the small tube container to the centrifugal force transmission member 11 have a short fastening band width and a short length, and a short interval between the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14. Unless a dedicated miniaturized structure such as the above is used, it is difficult to fix the small tube container. However, it is convenient if the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14 that can fix the container 20 such as mayonnaise containing 350 g can be used as they are and can be used for a small tube container. Therefore, the following auxiliary case 50 is used, and the small tube container is accommodated in the auxiliary case 50 so that the auxiliary case 50 is fixed to the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14.

図6は小型の容器に実施形態の技術を適用するための補助ケース50を示す図である。   FIG. 6 is a view showing an auxiliary case 50 for applying the technique of the embodiment to a small container.

図6を参照して補助ケース50について説明をする。補助ケース50は補助ケース本体50Aと補助ケース蓋50Bとを有している。補助ケース本体50Aは、長手方向に伸びる円柱状または角柱状の内部が空洞である筐体部材50aとテーパ部材50bとガイド部材50c、ガイド部材50d、ガイド部材50eおよびガイド部材50fとを有している。筐体部材50a、テーパ部材50b、ガイド部材50c、ガイド部材50d、ガイド部材50e、ガイド部材50fは一体成型されていてもよく、個別部材を貼り合わせるものであってもよい。   The auxiliary case 50 will be described with reference to FIG. The auxiliary case 50 has an auxiliary case main body 50A and an auxiliary case lid 50B. The auxiliary case body 50A includes a casing member 50a, a taper member 50b, a guide member 50c, a guide member 50d, a guide member 50e, and a guide member 50f, each having a hollow cylindrical or prismatic shape extending in the longitudinal direction. Yes. The housing member 50a, the taper member 50b, the guide member 50c, the guide member 50d, the guide member 50e, and the guide member 50f may be integrally formed, or individual members may be bonded together.

補助ケース本体50Aはその内部が見得る透明材料であることが好ましい。また、容器装着部材13と容器装着部材14とによって補助ケース本体50Aが遠心力伝達部材11に締めつけられても変形しないように筐体部材50a、テーパ部材50b、ガイド部材50c、ガイド部材50d、ガイド部材50e、ガイド部材50fは、硬質プラスチックス等の比較的硬い材料で形成されることが好ましい。   The auxiliary case body 50A is preferably a transparent material that can be seen inside. Further, the casing member 50a, the taper member 50b, the guide member 50c, the guide member 50d, and the guide are prevented from being deformed even when the auxiliary case body 50A is fastened to the centrifugal force transmission member 11 by the container mounting member 13 and the container mounting member 14. The member 50e and the guide member 50f are preferably formed of a relatively hard material such as hard plastics.

ガイド部材50c、ガイド部材50d、ガイド部材50e、ガイド部材50fは必ずしも必要ではないが、ガイド部材50cとガイド部材50dとの間に容器装着部材13を通し、ガイド部材50eとガイド部材50fとの間に容器装着部材14を通すことによって補助ケース本体50Aはより確実に遠心力伝達部材11に固着される。   The guide member 50c, the guide member 50d, the guide member 50e, and the guide member 50f are not necessarily required, but the container mounting member 13 is passed between the guide member 50c and the guide member 50d, and between the guide member 50e and the guide member 50f. By passing the container mounting member 14 therethrough, the auxiliary case main body 50A is more securely fixed to the centrifugal force transmitting member 11.

テーパ部材50bは小型チューブ容器である容器20の内容物取出口20aの方向を第1の摩擦接触部材12aの方向に向けるために設けられる部材である。筐体部材50aの断面の最も長い距離D1は容器20の内容物取出口20aと底部20bとの距離D2よりも短くされる。このようにすれば、最初に内容物取出口20aを底部20bよりも脱水槽側面30bに近い位置に配置すれば、補助ケース本体50Aによって囲まれる空間内で容器20がどのように移動しても底部20bが内容物取出口20aよりも脱水槽側面30bに近い位置になることはない。そして、補助ケース本体50Aが遠心力伝達部材11の回転に伴って回転すると遠心力の作用によって、図6に図示されるようにテーパ部材50bの作用によって内容物取出口20aは脱水槽側面30bの方向に向き、内容物40は脱水槽側面30b方向に移動する。   The taper member 50b is a member provided for directing the content outlet 20a of the container 20 which is a small tube container in the direction of the first friction contact member 12a. The longest distance D1 of the cross section of the housing member 50a is shorter than the distance D2 between the content outlet 20a and the bottom 20b of the container 20. In this way, if the content outlet 20a is first disposed at a position closer to the dehydration tank side surface 30b than the bottom 20b, no matter how the container 20 moves in the space surrounded by the auxiliary case body 50A. The bottom 20b is not positioned closer to the dewatering tank side surface 30b than the content outlet 20a. When the auxiliary case main body 50A rotates with the rotation of the centrifugal force transmitting member 11, the content outlet 20a is formed on the side surface 30b of the dehydration tank by the action of the centrifugal force and by the action of the taper member 50b as shown in FIG. The contents 40 move in the direction toward the dewatering tank side face 30b.

補助ケース蓋50Bは容器20が補助ケース本体50Aの内部から脱落することを防止するための蓋である。例えば、上下方向面内に近い面内で低速回転するドラム方式洗濯機の脱水槽を用いる場合の安全策である。補助ケース蓋50Bがなくとも容器20が補助ケース本体50Aの内部から脱落することは通常はないので、補助ケース蓋50Bは必ず必要な部材という訳ではない。つまり、少なくとも、補助ケース本体50Aを備えれば、この変形例における補助ケースとして実施可能である。   The auxiliary case lid 50B is a lid for preventing the container 20 from dropping out of the auxiliary case main body 50A. For example, this is a safety measure when using a dewatering tank of a drum type washing machine that rotates at a low speed in a plane close to the vertical plane. Even if the auxiliary case lid 50B is not provided, the container 20 does not normally fall off from the inside of the auxiliary case main body 50A. Therefore, the auxiliary case lid 50B is not necessarily a necessary member. That is, if at least the auxiliary case body 50A is provided, it can be implemented as an auxiliary case in this modification.

チューブ容器に入った化粧品等の内容物の粘度は高いものが多く、チューブ容器に対する粘着度も高いものが多い。よって、チューブ容器の内面に密着している化粧品等を移動させるための遠心力も大きなものが必要となる。そこで、内容物を加熱して粘度を下げ、移動しやすくすることが考えられる。具体的には、チューブ容器である容器20とともに、チューブ容器の外面を暖める暖房部材を補助ケース本体50Aに挿入する。また、望ましくは、チューブ容器を挿入した後に暖房部材を挿入すれば、チューブ容器が暖房部材よりも脱水槽側面30bに近く配置されるのでチューブ容器の内容物には大きな遠心力が作用する。また、暖房部材がチューブ容器を包み込むようにすれば、内容物の粘度を下げる効果はより大きい。また、チューブ容器を包み込む暖房部材で予熱を与えた後に暖房部材とともにチューブ容器を、または、暖房部材からチューブ容器を取出して補助ケース本体50Aに挿入するようにしてもよい。さらに、補助ケース本体50Aの内面に断熱フィルムを配することも望ましい。暖房部材は、市販されている「携帯カイロ」と同等のものであってもよい。   Many of the contents such as cosmetics in the tube container have a high viscosity, and many have a high degree of adhesion to the tube container. Therefore, a large centrifugal force is required for moving cosmetics and the like that are in close contact with the inner surface of the tube container. Therefore, it is conceivable to heat the contents to reduce the viscosity and facilitate movement. Specifically, together with the container 20 that is a tube container, a heating member that warms the outer surface of the tube container is inserted into the auxiliary case body 50A. Desirably, if the heating member is inserted after the tube container is inserted, the tube container is disposed closer to the dehydration tank side surface 30b than the heating member, and thus a large centrifugal force acts on the contents of the tube container. In addition, if the heating member wraps the tube container, the effect of reducing the viscosity of the contents is greater. Alternatively, after preheating is performed by a heating member that wraps the tube container, the tube container may be taken together with the heating member, or the tube container may be taken out from the heating member and inserted into the auxiliary case body 50A. Furthermore, it is also desirable to arrange a heat insulating film on the inner surface of the auxiliary case body 50A. The heating member may be equivalent to a commercially available “portable body warmer”.

(遠心力伝達部材の断面形状の変形例)
遠心力伝達部材11の断面形状は楕円形として回転方向を長軸方向とすれば、遠心力伝達部材11の軽量化を図りながら脱水槽側面30bの回転数が急激に変化する場合に生じる回転力に対してより強い強度を有することができる。
(Modified example of cross-sectional shape of centrifugal force transmission member)
If the cross-sectional shape of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is an ellipse and the rotational direction is the long axis direction, the rotational force generated when the rotational speed of the dewatering tank side surface 30b changes rapidly while reducing the weight of the centrifugal force transmission member 11. Can have stronger strength.

(複数個の容器を同時に装着する変形例)
図7は、複数個の容器を同時に装着する変形例を示す図である。
(Modified example of mounting multiple containers at the same time)
FIG. 7 is a view showing a modification in which a plurality of containers are simultaneously mounted.

食堂を営業する者は、多量のマヨネーズ、ケチャップ等を毎日使用し、毎日、多量のマヨネーズ、ケチャップ等の使用済み容器を処理する必要に迫られる。このような場合に使用済み容器を1個毎に回転槽にセットするでは時間が無駄である。質量が軽く、回転槽のどの位置にでも装着できるという特徴を有する本実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具を変形すれば、一度に複数個の使用済み容器を処理することができる。   A person who operates a cafeteria uses a large amount of mayonnaise, ketchup, etc. every day, and is required to process a large amount of used mayonnaise, ketchup, etc. every day. In such a case, it is wasteful to set the used containers one by one in the rotating tank. If the high-viscosity content collection device of this embodiment, which has a feature that it is light in mass and can be mounted at any position in the rotating tank, is modified, a plurality of used containers can be processed at a time.

図7に示す例は4個の使用済み容器を同時に処理する場合の例である。図7に示す高粘度内容物収拾器具10Aは、遠心力伝達部材11aの側のみならず、遠心力伝達部材11bの側にも容器20を配置する。さらに、高粘度内容物収拾器具10Aと同様の構造を有する高粘度内容物収拾器具10Bを脱水槽30の内部にずらして配置して4個の容器を同時に処理する。配置は、例えば、図7に示すように、水平方向に90°ずらし、垂直方向の位置をずらして配置するようにしてもよい。また、図7の配置に限られることなく、実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具が軽いことを利用して、一般的には、水平方向の位置をずらし、垂直方向の位置をずらして2個以上の複数個の高粘度内容物収拾器具を回転槽側面に配置するようにしてもよい。   The example shown in FIG. 7 is an example in the case of simultaneously processing four used containers. The high-viscosity content collection device 10A shown in FIG. 7 arranges the container 20 not only on the centrifugal force transmission member 11a side but also on the centrifugal force transmission member 11b side. Further, the high-viscosity content collection device 10B having the same structure as the high-viscosity content collection device 10A is shifted to the inside of the dehydration tank 30, and four containers are processed simultaneously. For example, as shown in FIG. 7, the arrangement may be such that 90 ° is shifted in the horizontal direction and the vertical position is shifted. In addition, the arrangement of the high-viscosity content collection device of the embodiment is not limited to the arrangement shown in FIG. 7, and in general, the horizontal position is shifted, and the vertical position is shifted to two pieces. You may make it arrange | position the above several high-viscosity content collection instrument on the rotating tank side surface.

図8は遠心力伝達部材の周囲に複数個の容器を同時に装着する別の変形例を示す図である。   FIG. 8 is a view showing another modification in which a plurality of containers are simultaneously mounted around the centrifugal force transmitting member.

図8(a)は脱水槽の縦方向断面図であり、図8(b)はA-A'断面図であり、図(a)に直交する面の断面図である。   FIG. 8A is a longitudinal sectional view of the dehydration tank, FIG. 8B is an AA ′ sectional view, and a sectional view of a plane orthogonal to FIG.

実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具10は軽量であることを特徴とするので、上述したように脱水槽30の底部のみならず、脱水槽側面30bのどのような位置にも配置できる。このことは、遠心力伝達部材11の周囲の360°に容器20を配置できることを意味する。図8(a)、図8(b)は、遠心力伝達部材11の周囲に4個の容器20A、容器20B、容器20C、容器20Dと、90°毎に装着した例である。容器20Aは容器装着部材13Aおよび容器装着部材14Aによって、容器20Bは容器装着部材13Bおよび容器装着部材14Bによって、容器20Cは容器装着部材13Cおよび容器装着部材14Cによって、容器20Dは容器装着部材13Dおよび容器装着部材14Dによって、各々が遠心力伝達部材11に装着可能とされる。容器装着部材13A、容器装着部材14A、容器装着部材13B、容器装着部材14B、容器装着部材13C、容器装着部材14C、容器装着部材13D、容器装着部材14Dの各々はリベット等で遠心力伝達部材11に固着される。   Since the high-viscosity content collection device 10 of the embodiment is characterized by being lightweight, it can be placed not only at the bottom of the dewatering tank 30 but also at any position on the side surface 30b of the dewatering tank as described above. This means that the container 20 can be arranged at 360 ° around the centrifugal force transmission member 11. FIG. 8A and FIG. 8B are examples in which four containers 20A, 20B, 20C, and 20D are mounted around the centrifugal force transmission member 11 every 90 °. The container 20A is provided by the container attaching member 13A and the container attaching member 14A, the container 20B is provided by the container attaching member 13B and the container attaching member 14B, the container 20C is provided by the container attaching member 13C and the container attaching member 14C, and the container 20D is provided by the container attaching member 13D and the container attaching member 13D. Each can be mounted on the centrifugal force transmission member 11 by the container mounting member 14D. Each of the container mounting member 13A, the container mounting member 14A, the container mounting member 13B, the container mounting member 14B, the container mounting member 13C, the container mounting member 14C, the container mounting member 13D, and the container mounting member 14D is a rivet or the like and the centrifugal force transmission member 11 It is fixed to.

(ばね力を可視化する変形例)
図9は、ばね力を可視化する変形例を示す図である。
(Modification example to visualize spring force)
FIG. 9 is a diagram illustrating a modification example in which the spring force is visualized.

使用する回転槽の径が特定されて高粘度内容物収拾器具の全長が固定されている場合を除き、高粘度内容物収拾器具を使用する者は回転槽の径に合わせて少なくとも一度は適宜のばね力を設定する必要がある。しかしながら手さぐりでばね力を設定するとなると多少の熟練を要する。洗濯機の製造者毎に回転槽の材料、回転槽側面の処理(例えば、孔のあき具合等)にある程度の特徴があり、その結果として摩擦接触部材と回転槽側面との間の摩擦係数μの値はばらつきがあるものの、適宜なばね力の大きさはそれ程異なるものではない。そこで、ばね力の大きさが可視化できるようにしておけば、容易に高粘度内容物収拾器具を回転槽側面に配置することができる。   Except for the case where the diameter of the rotating tank to be used is specified and the total length of the high-viscosity content collecting device is fixed, the person using the high-viscosity content collecting device is appropriate at least once according to the diameter of the rotating vessel. It is necessary to set the spring force. However, setting the spring force by hand requires some skill. Each washing machine manufacturer has some characteristics in the material of the rotating tub and the processing on the side surface of the rotating tub (for example, the perforation of the hole). As a result, the friction coefficient μ between the friction contact member and the side surface of the rotating tub Although there is variation in the value of, the appropriate amount of spring force is not so different. Therefore, if the magnitude of the spring force can be visualized, the high-viscosity content collection device can be easily arranged on the side surface of the rotating tank.

図9(a)は遠心力伝達部材11が弾性を有する場合における例であり、図9(b)は遠心力伝達部材11と摩擦接触部材12との間にコイルばね12cを設ける場合における例である。コイルばね12cと遠心力伝達部材11aとの固着、および、コイルばね12cと摩擦接触部材12aとの固着に際しては、図示しないコイルばね固着部材を配して、コイルばねを固着部材にねじ込むようにしてもよく、特に固着することなく、単に遠心力伝達部材11aから摩擦接触部材12aが脱落することを防止するだけでもよい。   FIG. 9A is an example when the centrifugal force transmission member 11 has elasticity, and FIG. 9B is an example when a coil spring 12 c is provided between the centrifugal force transmission member 11 and the friction contact member 12. is there. When the coil spring 12c and the centrifugal force transmission member 11a are fixed and when the coil spring 12c and the friction contact member 12a are fixed, a coil spring fixing member (not shown) is provided and the coil spring is screwed into the fixing member. Alternatively, the frictional contact member 12a may simply be prevented from falling off from the centrifugal force transmitting member 11a without being particularly fixed.

図9(a)を参照して遠心力伝達部材11が弾性を有する場合について説明をする。挿入量調整部材11dは円柱形状をしており、その内面側に、ねじが形成されている。遠心力伝達部材11aの端部の外面側にも図示するように、挿入量調整部材11dのねじとかみ合うねじが形成されており、遠心力伝達部材11aの端部には長手方向に切り込みが形成されている。よって、例えば、挿入量調整部材11dを右回転させると遠心力伝達部材11aの端部は遠心力伝達部材11bの端部を締めつけて遠心力伝達部材11の全長を調整後に固定できる。遠心力伝達部材11bの表面には、例えば、31cm〜49cmの範囲の数が予め刻印等で記載されている。この長さは、この遠心力伝達部材11を取り付ける脱水槽30の直径に対応する値である。   The case where the centrifugal force transmission member 11 has elasticity will be described with reference to FIG. The insertion amount adjusting member 11d has a cylindrical shape, and a screw is formed on the inner surface side thereof. As shown in the drawing, a screw that meshes with the screw of the insertion amount adjusting member 11d is formed on the outer surface side of the end of the centrifugal force transmitting member 11a, and a notch is formed in the longitudinal direction at the end of the centrifugal force transmitting member 11a. Has been. Therefore, for example, when the insertion amount adjusting member 11d is rotated to the right, the end of the centrifugal force transmitting member 11a can be fixed after adjusting the total length of the centrifugal force transmitting member 11 by tightening the end of the centrifugal force transmitting member 11b. On the surface of the centrifugal force transmitting member 11b, for example, a number in the range of 31 cm to 49 cm is written in advance on the surface. This length is a value corresponding to the diameter of the dewatering tank 30 to which the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is attached.

例えば、脱水槽30の直径が40cmの場合には、挿入量調整部材11dを丁度40cmの表示線上に配すれば、摩擦接触部材12aの先端と摩擦接触部材12bの先端との離間距離が丁度40cmとなるように設定され、この状態では脱水槽側面を摩擦接触部材12aの先端および摩擦接触部材12bの先端に生じるばね力は零である。   For example, when the diameter of the dewatering tank 30 is 40 cm, if the insertion amount adjusting member 11d is arranged on the display line of just 40 cm, the distance between the tip of the friction contact member 12a and the tip of the friction contact member 12b is just 40 cm. In this state, the spring force generated at the tip of the friction contact member 12a and the tip of the friction contact member 12b on the side surface of the dewatering tank is zero.

そして、挿入量調整部材11dを40cm以上の値の表示線上に配すれば、遠心力伝達部材11が撓んで40cmからの増加値に応じたばね力を設定することが可能となる。例えば、フックの法則が成立する線形領域では、40cmを2cm上回る42cmの表示線上に挿入量調整部材11dを配すれば、40cmを1cm上回る41cmの表示線上に挿入量調整部材11dを配したときの2倍のばね力が設定可能となる。   If the insertion amount adjusting member 11d is arranged on a display line having a value of 40 cm or more, the centrifugal force transmitting member 11 is bent and a spring force corresponding to the increased value from 40 cm can be set. For example, in the linear region where Hook's law is established, if the insertion amount adjusting member 11d is arranged on a 42 cm display line that is 2 cm higher than 40 cm, the insertion amount adjusting member 11d is arranged on a 41 cm display line that is 1 cm higher than 40 cm. A double spring force can be set.

図9(b)を参照して、遠心力伝達部材11aと摩擦接触部材12aとの間にコイルばね12cを設ける場合について説明をする。遠心力伝達部材11の全長の調整をする機構部については図9(a)に説明したものと同様である。脱水槽30の径に比べて高粘度内容物収拾器具10の長さ(遠心力伝達部材11の全長に摩擦接触部材12の長さを含んだ長さ)が長くなる程コイルばね12cが発生するばね力は強くなる。ばね力の強さは、ばねの圧縮量に比例するのでばねの圧縮量を可視化すれば、ばね力の強さを可視化できることになる。例えば、左端の破線円内の部分に示されるように、遠心力伝達部材11aに予め刻印等で記載されているばね力の表示によってばね力の強さを直ちに知ることができる。   With reference to FIG.9 (b), the case where the coil spring 12c is provided between the centrifugal-force transmission member 11a and the friction contact member 12a is demonstrated. The mechanism for adjusting the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 is the same as that described in FIG. The coil spring 12c is generated as the length of the high-viscosity content collecting device 10 (the length including the length of the frictional contact member 12 in the entire length of the centrifugal force transmission member 11) becomes longer than the diameter of the dehydrating tank 30. The spring force becomes stronger. Since the strength of the spring force is proportional to the amount of compression of the spring, if the amount of compression of the spring is visualized, the strength of the spring force can be visualized. For example, the strength of the spring force can be immediately known from the display of the spring force written in advance on the centrifugal force transmitting member 11a as indicated by the broken line circle at the left end.

ばねの圧縮量が零の場合には摩擦接触部材12aに挿入される遠心力伝達部材11aの量は最少であり遠心力伝達部材11aに予め刻印等で記載されているばね力の表示は「ばね力 零」となる。ばねの圧縮量が弱い場合には摩擦接触部材12aに挿入される遠心力伝達部材11aの量は少し増え遠心力伝達部材11aに予め刻印等で記載されているばね力の表示は「ばね力 弱」となる。ばねの圧縮量が中ぐらいの場合には摩擦接触部材12aに挿入される遠心力伝達部材11aの量は中ぐらいであり遠心力伝達部材11aに予め刻印等で記載されているばね力の表示が「ばね力 中」となる。同様に、ばねの圧縮量が大きい場合には、ばね力の表示が「ばね力 強」となる。よって、高粘度内容物収拾器具10の使用者は、例えば、「ばね力 中」を目安にばね力を設定可能とする遠心力伝達部材11の全長の調整をする。ばね力の表示は弱・中・強に代えてニュートンを単位としてもよい。また、ばね力を強くする程、挿入量調整部材11dの下の表示値は大きな値となる。   When the amount of compression of the spring is zero, the amount of the centrifugal force transmission member 11a inserted into the frictional contact member 12a is the smallest, and the indication of the spring force previously written on the centrifugal force transmission member 11a is “spring”. Force zero. When the amount of compression of the spring is weak, the amount of the centrifugal force transmission member 11a inserted into the frictional contact member 12a is slightly increased, and the indication of the spring force previously written on the centrifugal force transmission member 11a is “spring force is weak”. " When the amount of compression of the spring is medium, the amount of the centrifugal force transmission member 11a inserted into the frictional contact member 12a is medium, and the indication of the spring force previously written on the centrifugal force transmission member 11a is displayed. “Spring force is medium”. Similarly, when the amount of compression of the spring is large, the display of the spring force is “strong spring force”. Therefore, the user of the high-viscosity content collecting device 10 adjusts the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member 11 that enables the spring force to be set with “medium spring force” as a guideline, for example. The spring force may be displayed in units of Newton instead of weak, medium and strong. Further, as the spring force is increased, the displayed value below the insertion amount adjusting member 11d becomes a larger value.

(第2実施形態)
第1実施形態の変形例の超小型形状容器に対応する実施形態では補助ケース本体50Aを容器装着部材によって装着した。しかしながら、補助ケース本体50Aを遠心力伝達部材11に必ず着脱できるようにしなければならないという訳ではない、そこで、以下の様な構成も実施可能である。以下の第2実施形態においては補助ケース本体50Aが遠心力伝達部材11に常時固着されている点に特徴があり、他の点には異なりがないので、第1実施形態と同様の構成を有し同様の作用を奏する構成部には同一の符号を付して説明を省略する。
(Second Embodiment)
In the embodiment corresponding to the micro-shaped container of the modification of the first embodiment, the auxiliary case body 50A is mounted by the container mounting member. However, the auxiliary case main body 50A does not necessarily have to be attached to and detached from the centrifugal force transmission member 11, and therefore the following configuration can also be implemented. The second embodiment described below is characterized in that the auxiliary case main body 50A is always fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member 11, and there is no difference in other points, and thus the same configuration as that of the first embodiment is provided. The same reference numerals are given to components having the same action, and description thereof is omitted.

第2実施形態の高粘度内容物収拾器具は、棒状の遠心力伝達部材11と、遠心力伝達部材の一方の端部に配される第1の摩擦接触部材12aと、遠心力伝達部材11の他方の端部に配される第2の摩擦接触部材12bと、遠心力伝達部材に固着され、内部に容器を挿入可能とする補助ケース本体50Aと、を備える。   The high-viscosity content collection device of the second embodiment includes a rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member 11, a first friction contact member 12 a disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member, and a centrifugal force transmission member 11. A second frictional contact member 12b disposed at the other end, and an auxiliary case main body 50A that is fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member and allows the container to be inserted therein.

補助ケース本体50Aは、遠心力伝達部材11の伸びる方向の位置に応じて断面積がテーパ状に変化するテーパ部材50bを有し、テーパ部材50bのより断面積が狭くなる方向が第1の摩擦接触部材12aの方向となるようにして第1の摩擦接触部材12aから両方の先端の離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に固着される。   The auxiliary case main body 50A has a taper member 50b whose sectional area changes in a taper shape according to the position in the direction in which the centrifugal force transmission member 11 extends, and the direction in which the sectional area becomes narrower than the taper member 50b is the first friction. The first frictional contact member 12a is fixed in a range that does not exceed half the distance of the distance between both ends so as to be in the direction of the contact member 12a.

洗濯機の脱水槽側面30bと、第1の摩擦接触部材12aおよび第2の摩擦接触部材12bの各々との間に生じる各々の摩擦力を遠心力伝達部材11の全長に応じて変化するばね力によって可変とし、第1の摩擦接触部材12aと脱水槽側面30bとの間に生じる摩擦力を、第1の摩擦接触部材12aに加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、脱水槽側面30bが回転する際に第1の摩擦接触部材12aに加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、第2の摩擦接触部材12bと脱水槽側面30bとの間に生じる摩擦力を、第2の摩擦接触部材12bに加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、脱水槽側面30bが回転する際に第2の摩擦接触部材12bに加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするようにばね力を設定可能とするものである。   Spring force that changes each frictional force generated between the dehydrating tub side surface 30b of the washing machine and each of the first friction contact member 12a and the second friction contact member 12b in accordance with the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member 11. The frictional force generated between the first friction contact member 12a and the dewatering tank side face 30b is larger than the gravity applied to the first friction contact member 12a, and the dehydration tank side face 30b rotates. The frictional force generated between the second frictional contact member 12b and the dewatering tank side surface 30b is applied to the second frictional contact member 12b while being larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the first frictional contact member 12a. The spring force can be set to be larger than the gravity and larger than the tangential rotational force applied to the second frictional contact member 12b when the dewatering tank side surface 30b rotates.

このような補助ケース本体50Aに、容器20の内容物取出口20aの方向を第1の摩擦接触部材12aの方向に向けて挿入すれば、脱水槽側面30bの回転によって生じる遠心力は容器20の内容物取出口20aの方向に作用し続ける。なお、補助ケース本体50Aと遠心力伝達部材11とを一体成型してもよい。   If the direction of the content outlet 20a of the container 20 is inserted into the auxiliary case main body 50A in the direction of the first frictional contact member 12a, the centrifugal force generated by the rotation of the dewatering tank side surface 30b can be reduced. It continues to act in the direction of the content outlet 20a. The auxiliary case main body 50A and the centrifugal force transmission member 11 may be integrally formed.

上述した各実施形態の構成部分の一部を、任意に組み合わせた実施形態も実施可能であり、本発明の実施形態である。また、本発明は、上述した実施形態およびこれらの組み合わせに限ることなく、同一の技術的思想を当然に含むものである。   An embodiment in which a part of the components of each of the above-described embodiments is arbitrarily combined can be implemented, and is an embodiment of the present invention. Further, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments and combinations thereof, and naturally includes the same technical idea.

10高粘度内容物収拾器具、10A高粘度内容物収拾器具、10B高粘度内容物収拾器具、11遠心力伝達部材、11a遠心力伝達部材、11b遠心力伝達部材、11c回転中心、11d挿入量調整部材、12摩擦接触部材、12a擦接触部材、12b摩擦接触部材、13容器装着部材、13a外側側面、13b内側側面、14容器装着部材、14a外側側面、14b内側側面、15傾斜部材、16傾斜角度設定部材、16a傾斜角度設定部材、16b傾斜角度設定部材、締めつけリング16c、20容器、20a内容物取出口、20b底部、30脱水槽、30b脱水槽側面、30c回転中心、40内容物、50補助ケース、50A補助ケース本体、50B補助ケース蓋、50a筐体部材、50bテーパ部材、50cガイド部材、50d ガイド部材、50eガイド部材、50fガイド部材、F1遠心力、F2a回転力、F2b回転力、Geb遠心加速度、Ged遠心加速度、L傾斜部材長、R回転半径、W11重力、Wa重力、Wb重力、Ws重力、θ傾斜角度   10 high viscosity content collection device, 10A high viscosity content collection device, 10B high viscosity content collection device, 11 centrifugal force transmission member, 11a centrifugal force transmission member, 11b centrifugal force transmission member, 11c rotation center, 11d insertion amount adjustment Member, 12 friction contact member, 12a friction contact member, 12b friction contact member, 13 container mounting member, 13a outer side surface, 13b inner side surface, 14 container mounting member, 14a outer side surface, 14b inner side surface, 15 tilt member, 16 tilt angle Setting member, 16a inclination angle setting member, 16b inclination angle setting member, clamping ring 16c, 20 container, 20a contents outlet, 20b bottom, 30b dehydration tank, 30b dehydration tank side, 30c rotation center, 40 contents, 50 auxiliary Case, 50A auxiliary case body, 50B auxiliary case lid, 50a housing member, 50b taper member, 50c guide member, 50d Id member, 50e guide member, 50f guide member, F1 centrifugal force, F2a rotational force, F2b rotational force, Geb centrifugal acceleration, Ged centrifugal acceleration, L inclined member length, R rotational radius, W11 gravity, Wa gravity, Wb gravity, Ws Gravity, θ tilt angle

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棒状の遠心力伝達部材と、
前記遠心力伝達部材の一方の端部に配される第1の摩擦接触部材と、
前記遠心力伝達部材の他方の端部に配される第2の摩擦接触部材と、
容器の内容物取出口が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして、前記第1の摩擦接触部材から前記第1の摩擦接触部材の先端と前記第2の摩擦接触部材の先端との離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に前記容器を固着するための前記遠心力伝達部材に固着される容器装着部材と、を備え、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記第2の摩擦接触部材との各々が洗濯機の回転槽側面と接して、前記第1の摩擦接触部材の前記先端と前記第2の摩擦接触部材の前記先端との前記離間距離が前記回転槽の直径以上には伸びない場合において、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記第2の摩擦接触部材との各々を前記回転槽側面に押し当てるばね力を発生させ、
前記ばね力は、前記遠心力伝達部材が湾曲することによって生じる弾性を用いるものであり、前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて前記ばね力の大きさが変化し、
前記回転槽側面と、前記第1の摩擦接触部材および前記第2の摩擦接触部材の各々との間に生じる各々の摩擦力を前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変化する前記ばね力によって可変とし、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、
前記第2の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするように前記ばね力を設定する
高粘度内容物収拾器具。
A rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member;
A first friction contact member disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member;
A second friction contact member disposed at the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member;
A tip of the first friction contact member and a tip of the second friction contact member from the first friction contact member so that a content outlet of the container faces the direction of the first friction contact member; A container mounting member fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member for fixing the container to a range not exceeding half the length of the separation distance ;
Each of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member is in contact with a side surface of the rotating tub of the washing machine, and the tip of the first friction contact member and the tip of the second friction contact member In the case where the separation distance from and does not extend beyond the diameter of the rotating tank,
Generating a spring force that presses each of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member against the side surface of the rotary tank;
The spring force uses elasticity generated by bending the centrifugal force transmission member, and the magnitude of the spring force changes according to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member,
Variable wherein the rotatable tub side, by the spring force changes according to the frictional force of each length of the centrifugal force transmission member that occurs between each of the first frictional contact member and the second friction contact member age,
The friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the first friction contact member, and the first side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. And larger than the tangential rotational force applied to the friction contact member,
The frictional force generated between the second friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the second friction contact member, and the second side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. The spring force is set to be larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the friction contact member of
High viscosity content collection device.
棒状の遠心力伝達部材と、
前記遠心力伝達部材の一方の端部に配される第1の摩擦接触部材と、
前記遠心力伝達部材の他方の端部に配される第2の摩擦接触部材と、
容器の内容物取出口が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして、前記第1の摩擦接触部材から前記第1の摩擦接触部材の先端と前記第2の摩擦接触部材の先端との離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に前記容器を固着するための前記遠心力伝達部材に固着される容器装着部材と、を備え、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記第2の摩擦接触部材との各々が洗濯機の回転槽側面と接して、前記第1の摩擦接触部材の前記先端と前記第2の摩擦接触部材の前記先端との前記離間距離が前記回転槽の直径以上には伸びない場合において、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記第2の摩擦接触部材との各々を前記回転槽側面に押し当てるばね力を発生させ、
前記ばね力は、前記遠心力伝達部材と前記第1の摩擦接触部材または前記第2の摩擦接触部材との間に配されるコイルばねの圧縮によって生じるものであり、前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて前記ばね力の大きさが変化し、
前記回転槽側面と、前記第1の摩擦接触部材および前記第2の摩擦接触部材の各々との間に生じる各々の摩擦力を前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変化する前記ばね力によって可変とし、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、
前記第2の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするように前記ばね力を設定する
高粘度内容物収拾器具。
A rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member;
A first friction contact member disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member;
A second friction contact member disposed at the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member;
A tip of the first friction contact member and a tip of the second friction contact member from the first friction contact member so that a content outlet of the container faces the direction of the first friction contact member; A container mounting member fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member for fixing the container to a range not exceeding half the length of the separation distance ;
Each of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member is in contact with a side surface of the rotating tub of the washing machine, and the tip of the first friction contact member and the tip of the second friction contact member In the case where the separation distance from and does not extend beyond the diameter of the rotating tank,
Generating a spring force that presses each of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member against the side surface of the rotary tank;
The spring force is generated by compression of a coil spring disposed between the centrifugal force transmission member and the first friction contact member or the second friction contact member. The magnitude of the spring force changes according to
Variable wherein the rotatable tub side, by the spring force changes according to the frictional force of each length of the centrifugal force transmission member that occurs between each of the first frictional contact member and the second friction contact member age,
The friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the first friction contact member, and the first side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. And larger than the tangential rotational force applied to the friction contact member,
The frictional force generated between the second friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the second friction contact member, and the second side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. The spring force is set to be larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the friction contact member of
High viscosity content collection device.
前記遠心力伝達部材は、第1の遠心力伝達部材と第2の遠心力伝達部材とを有し、前記第1の遠心力伝達部材に前記第2の遠心力伝達部材を挿入することによって前記遠心力伝達部材の全長を可変とする請求項1または請求項2に記載の高粘度内容物収拾器具。 The centrifugal force transmission member has a first centrifugal force transmission member and a second centrifugal force transmission member, and the second centrifugal force transmission member is inserted into the first centrifugal force transmission member by inserting the second centrifugal force transmission member. The high-viscosity content collection device according to claim 1 or 2 , wherein the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member is variable. 前記容器装着部材は、前記容器の前記内容物取出口付近に装着する第1の締結バンドと前記容器の底部付近に装着する第2の締結バンドとを有する請求項1ないし請求項の1項に記載の高粘度内容物収拾器具。 The container mounting member, according to claim 1 to claim 3 and a second fastening band to be attached to the vicinity of the bottom of the container and the first fastening band to be mounted around the content outlet of the container Item 1. A high-viscosity content collection device according to item 1. さらに、前記容器装着部材が固着される傾斜部材を備え、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材の近傍の前記遠心力伝達部材の一点を回動中心とする前記傾斜部材を介して前記容器装着部材は前記遠心力伝達部材に固着され、
前記遠心力伝達部材に対して前記傾斜部材を傾けて前記遠心力伝達部材上に射影される前記容器の長さを前記回転槽側面の回転半径よりも短くする請求項1ないし請求項の1項に記載の高粘度内容物収拾器具。
Furthermore, it comprises an inclined member to which the container mounting member is fixed,
The container mounting member is fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member via the inclined member with the one point of the centrifugal force transmission member in the vicinity of the first friction contact member as a rotation center,
1 of claims 1 to 4 shorter than the rotation radius of the rotating tub side length of the container to be projected by tilting the tilting member with respect to the centrifugal force transmitting member to the centrifugal force transmitting member on the The high-viscosity content collection device described in the paragraph.
さらに、前記容器装着部材に装着され、内部に前記容器を挿入可能とする補助ケース本体を備え、
前記補助ケース本体は、
円柱状または角柱状の内部が空洞である筐体部材と、
前記容器の前記内容物取出口が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにするための前記遠心力伝達部材の伸びる方向の位置に応じて空洞の断面積がテーパ状に変化するテーパ部材と、を有し、
前記筐体部材と前記テーパ部材とは前記テーパ部材の断面の径が最も長い部分で連結され、
前記断面の径が最も長い部分の径は前記容器の前記内容物取出口と前記底部との離間距離よりも短くされ、
前記テーパ部材のより断面積が狭くなる方向が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向となるように前記容器装着部材に装着され、
前記テーパ部材のより断面形状が狭くなる方向に前記容器の内容物取出口を向けて前記補助ケース本体の内部に前記容器を挿入し、
前記回転槽側面の回転によって生じる遠心力が前記内容物取出口方向に働き続けるように前記補助ケース本体の内部における前記容器の姿勢を制御する請求項1ないし請求項の1項に記載の高粘度内容物収拾器具。
Furthermore, an auxiliary case body that is mounted on the container mounting member and allows the container to be inserted therein,
The auxiliary case body is
A casing member having a hollow cylindrical or prismatic interior;
A taper member in which the cross-sectional area of the cavity changes in a taper shape according to the position in the extending direction of the centrifugal force transmitting member so that the content outlet of the container faces the direction of the first frictional contact member And having
The housing member and the taper member are connected at a portion where the diameter of the cross section of the taper member is the longest,
The diameter of the longest cross-sectional diameter is made shorter than the distance between the content outlet and the bottom of the container,
The taper member is attached to the container mounting member such that the direction in which the cross-sectional area becomes narrower is the direction of the first frictional contact member,
The container is inserted into the auxiliary case body with the content outlet of the container directed in a direction in which the cross-sectional shape of the tapered member becomes narrower,
The centrifugal force generated by rotation of the rotating tub sides according to one of claims 1 to 4 for controlling the attitude of the container in the interior of the auxiliary case body to continue working in the direction of the content outlet High viscosity content collection device.
棒状の遠心力伝達部材と、
前記遠心力伝達部材の一方の端部に配される第1の摩擦接触部材と、
前記遠心力伝達部材の他方の端部に配される第2の摩擦接触部材と、
前記遠心力伝達部材に固着され、内部に容器を挿入可能とする補助ケース本体と、を備え、
前記補助ケース本体は、
円柱状または角柱状の内部が空洞である筐体部材と、
前記容器の前記内容物取出口が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにするための前記遠心力伝達部材の伸びる方向の位置に応じて空洞の断面積がテーパ状に変化するテーパ部材と、を有し、
前記筐体部材と前記テーパ部材とは前記テーパ部材の断面の径が最も長い部分で連結され、
前記断面の径が最も長い部分の径は前記容器の前記内容物取出口と前記底部との離間距離よりも短くされ、
前記テーパ部材のより断面積が狭くなる方向が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向となるようにして前記第1の摩擦接触部材から前記第1の摩擦接触部材の先端と前記第2の摩擦接触部材の先端との離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に固着されるものであり、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記第2の摩擦接触部材との各々が洗濯機の回転槽側面と接して、前記第1の摩擦接触部材の前記先端と前記第2の摩擦接触部材の前記先端との前記離間距離が前記回転槽の直径以上には伸びない場合において、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記第2の摩擦接触部材との各々を前記回転槽側面に押し当てるばね力を発生させ、
前記ばね力は、前記遠心力伝達部材が湾曲することによって生じる弾性を用いるもの、または、前記遠心力伝達部材と前記第1の摩擦接触部材または前記第2の摩擦接触部材との間に配されるコイルばねの圧縮によって生じるものであり、前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて前記ばね力の大きさが変化し、
前記回転槽側面と、前記第1の摩擦接触部材および前記第2の摩擦接触部材の各々との間に生じる各々の摩擦力を前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変化する前記ばね力によって可変とし、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、
前記第2の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするように前記ばね力を設定する
高粘度内容物収拾器具。
A rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member;
A first friction contact member disposed at one end of the centrifugal force transmission member;
A second friction contact member disposed at the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member;
An auxiliary case main body fixed to the centrifugal force transmission member and enabling insertion of a container therein,
The auxiliary case body is
A casing member having a hollow cylindrical or prismatic interior;
A taper member in which the cross-sectional area of the cavity changes in a taper shape according to the position in the extending direction of the centrifugal force transmitting member so that the content outlet of the container faces the direction of the first frictional contact member And having
The housing member and the taper member are connected at a portion where the diameter of the cross section of the taper member is the longest,
The diameter of the longest cross-sectional diameter is made shorter than the distance between the content outlet and the bottom of the container,
The tip of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact from the first friction contact member so that the direction in which the cross-sectional area of the taper member becomes narrower becomes the direction of the first friction contact member. a shall be fixed in a range that does not exceed half the length of the distance between the tip of the member,
Each of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member is in contact with a side surface of the rotating tub of the washing machine, and the tip of the first friction contact member and the tip of the second friction contact member In the case where the separation distance from and does not extend beyond the diameter of the rotating tank,
Generating a spring force that presses each of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member against the side surface of the rotary tank;
The spring force uses elasticity generated by bending the centrifugal force transmission member, or is disposed between the centrifugal force transmission member and the first friction contact member or the second friction contact member. Is generated by compression of the coil spring, and the magnitude of the spring force changes according to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member,
Variable wherein the rotatable tub side, by the spring force changes according to the frictional force of each length of the centrifugal force transmission member that occurs between each of the first frictional contact member and the second friction contact member age,
The friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the first friction contact member, and the first side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. And larger than the tangential rotational force applied to the friction contact member,
The frictional force generated between the second friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the second friction contact member, and the second side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. The spring force is set to be larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the friction contact member of
High viscosity content collection device.
棒状の遠心力伝達部材の一端に配される第1の摩擦接触部材と前記遠心力伝達部材の他端に配される第2の摩擦接触部材との各々を洗濯機の回転槽側面に接して、前記遠心力伝達部材が湾曲することによって生じる弾性を用いて前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じた大きさのばね力を発生するステップと、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材および前記第2の摩擦接触部材の各々と、前記回転槽側面との間に付与される各々の摩擦力を所定の大きさにするために前記ばね力を前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変えるばね力可変ステップと、
容器の内容物取出口が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして、前記容器を前記第1の摩擦接触部材から前記第1の摩擦接触部材の先端と前記第2の摩擦接触部材の先端との離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に固着する容器装着ステップと、
前記回転槽側面を回転させて前記内容物取出口に内容物を集める回転槽回転ステップと、
前記回転槽側面の回転を停止した後に前記内容物取出口に集められた前記内容物を収拾する内容物収拾ステップと、を有し、
前記ばね力可変ステップにおいて、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、
前記第2の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするように前記ばね力を設定する
高粘度内容物収拾方法。
The first frictional contact member disposed at one end of the rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member and the second frictional contact member disposed at the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member are in contact with the side surface of the rotating tub of the washing machine. Generating a spring force having a magnitude corresponding to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member using elasticity generated by bending the centrifugal force transmission member;
And each of said first frictional contact member and the second friction contact member, the centrifugal force of the spring force the frictional force each applied to a predetermined size between the rotating tub side A spring force variable step that changes according to the total length of the transmission member;
The container is moved from the first friction contact member to the tip of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member so that the content outlet of the container faces the direction of the first friction contact member. A container mounting step that adheres to a range that does not exceed half the distance of the tip of the container; and
A rotating tank rotation step for rotating the side surface of the rotating tank and collecting the contents at the content outlet;
A content collecting step of collecting the content collected at the content take-out port after stopping rotation of the side surface of the rotary tank;
In the spring force variable step,
The friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the first friction contact member, and the first side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. And larger than the tangential rotational force applied to the friction contact member,
The frictional force generated between the second friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the second friction contact member, and the second side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. The spring force is set to be larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the friction contact member of
High viscosity content collection method.
棒状の遠心力伝達部材の一端に配される第1の摩擦接触部材と前記遠心力伝達部材の他端に配される第2の摩擦接触部材との各々を洗濯機の回転槽側面に接して、前記第1の摩擦接触部材または前記第2の摩擦接触部材と前記遠心力伝達部材との間に配されるコイルばねの圧縮によって前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じた大きさのばね力を発生するステップと、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材および前記第2の摩擦接触部材の各々と、前記回転槽側面との間に付与される各々の摩擦力を所定の大きさにするために前記ばね力を前記遠心力伝達部材の全長に応じて変えるばね力可変ステップと、
容器の内容物取出口が前記第1の摩擦接触部材の方向に向くようにして、前記容器を前記第1の摩擦接触部材から前記第1の摩擦接触部材の先端と前記第2の摩擦接触部材の先端との離間距離の半分の長さを越えない範囲に固着する容器装着ステップと、
前記回転槽側面を回転させて前記内容物取出口に内容物を集める回転槽回転ステップと、
前記回転槽側面の回転を停止した後に前記内容物取出口に集められた前記内容物を収拾する内容物収拾ステップと、を有し、
前記ばね力可変ステップにおいて、
前記第1の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第1の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするとともに、
前記第2の摩擦接触部材と前記回転槽側面との間に生じる前記摩擦力を、前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる重力よりも大きく、かつ、前記回転槽側面が回転する際に前記第2の摩擦接触部材に加わる接線方向の回転力よりも大きくするように前記ばね力を設定する
高粘度内容物収拾方法。
The first frictional contact member disposed at one end of the rod-shaped centrifugal force transmission member and the second frictional contact member disposed at the other end of the centrifugal force transmission member are in contact with the side surface of the rotating tub of the washing machine. A spring force having a magnitude corresponding to the total length of the centrifugal force transmission member is obtained by compression of a coil spring disposed between the first friction contact member or the second friction contact member and the centrifugal force transmission member. The steps that occur,
And each of said first frictional contact member and the second friction contact member, the centrifugal force of the spring force the frictional force each applied to a predetermined size between the rotating tub side A spring force variable step that changes according to the total length of the transmission member;
The container is moved from the first friction contact member to the tip of the first friction contact member and the second friction contact member so that the content outlet of the container faces the direction of the first friction contact member. A container mounting step that adheres to a range that does not exceed half the distance of the tip of the container; and
A rotating tank rotation step for rotating the side surface of the rotating tank and collecting the contents at the content outlet;
A content collecting step of collecting the content collected at the content take-out port after stopping rotation of the side surface of the rotary tank;
In the spring force variable step,
The friction force generated between the first friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the first friction contact member, and the first side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. And larger than the tangential rotational force applied to the friction contact member,
The frictional force generated between the second friction contact member and the side surface of the rotary tank is greater than the gravity applied to the second friction contact member, and the second side when the side surface of the rotary tank rotates. The spring force is set to be larger than the rotational force in the tangential direction applied to the friction contact member of
High viscosity content collection method.
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