JP5928200B2 - Volatile component supply device and volatile agent cartridge - Google Patents

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JP5928200B2
JP5928200B2 JP2012149328A JP2012149328A JP5928200B2 JP 5928200 B2 JP5928200 B2 JP 5928200B2 JP 2012149328 A JP2012149328 A JP 2012149328A JP 2012149328 A JP2012149328 A JP 2012149328A JP 5928200 B2 JP5928200 B2 JP 5928200B2
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伊藤 宏
宏 伊藤
幸一郎 岩井
幸一郎 岩井
和美 早川
和美 早川
ユミ 斎木
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加藤 秀雄
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  The present invention relates to a volatile component supply device that can supply an air-fuel mixture containing specific volatile components to a desired space with high accuracy, and a volatile agent cartridge used in the volatile component supply device.

  In recent automobiles, aroma components are supplied into the passenger compartment using an air conditioner (air conditioner) or the like. When the driver perceives the fragrance component, the driver feels relaxed or refreshed. In addition, it has been studied to improve the driver's concentration and arousal by adjusting the aroma component.

  As described above, many proposals have been made regarding methods and apparatuses for supplying an aroma component into a passenger compartment. For example, there are descriptions related to the following patent documents.

JP 2010-854 A JP 2010-42749 A JP 2010-89685 A JP 2010-179787 A JP 2010-274863 A

  In the conventional apparatus described in the above-mentioned patent document, it is difficult to dilute the fragrance component with air to a stable concentration even though the supply timing and diffusion of the fragrance component can be adjusted. The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and a volatile component supply device capable of supplying volatile components such as aroma components to a desired space after adjusting the concentration to a stable concentration, and a volatile agent suitable for the device An object is to provide a cartridge.

  The present inventor has conducted intensive research to solve this problem, and as a result of repeated trial and error, the volatile components (headspace gas, etc.) stored in the volatile chamber that holds the volatile agent are directly released into the air conditioner air. Instead, I came up with the idea of premixing volatile components with outside air such as air and letting it flow into the passenger compartment. By developing this idea, the present invention described below has been completed.

《Volatile component supply device》
(1) The volatile component supply device of the present invention flows in from a volatile chamber that can store and seal a specific volatile component, a volatile component that flows in from the volatile chamber port that communicates with the volatile chamber, and an outside air port that communicates with the outside. A mixing chamber capable of mixing the obtained outside air and allowing the obtained mixture to flow out from the mixture port to a desired space, a volatile chamber valve for opening and closing the volatile chamber port, and from the outside of the volatile chamber and the mixing chamber and a driving source for driving the volatiles Hatsushitsu valve, the volatilization chamber, the volatile chamber chamber and the small chamber provided in the port side is divided into a large chamber which communicates with and said Rukoto.

(2) According to the volatile component supply device of the present invention (appropriately simply referred to as “supply device”), the volatile component flowing from the volatile chamber through the volatile chamber port is mixed with the outside air such as air flowing from the outside air port. Premixed in the chamber. Then, the air-fuel mixture in which the volatile component is diluted almost uniformly to the desired concentration is discharged from the air-fuel mixture port toward the desired space. As a result, an air-fuel mixture having a high accuracy or a stable concentration is supplied to the desired space.

  Here, primary control such as the presence / absence of supply of volatile components and the dilution concentration of the air-fuel mixture is performed by opening and closing a volatile chamber port provided between the volatile chamber and the mixing chamber with a volatile chamber valve. At this time, the dilution concentration of the volatile component is adjusted in consideration of the volume of the mixing chamber, the outside air port, the diameter of the volatile chamber port, the size of the air mixture port (orifice diameter), the external situation (atmospheric pressure, temperature), and the like. And preferred. Of course, if an air-fuel mixture valve for opening and closing the air-fuel mixture port and an outdoor air valve for opening and closing the air-air port are provided, the concentration adjustment of the air-fuel mixture, the presence or absence of the supply of air-fuel mixture, etc. can be controlled with higher accuracy.

  The volatilization chamber valve according to the present invention is provided inside the volatilization chamber or the air-fuel mixture (including the connecting portion thereof) in order to open and close the volatilization chamber port, but the drive source itself for driving the volatilization chamber valve is It is provided outside the volatilization chamber and gas mixture. For this reason, in the supply apparatus of the present invention, it is possible to separate the generation part of the air-fuel mixture containing the volatile components and the drive control part thereof, and it becomes easy to simplify each part, reduce the size of the entire apparatus, and the like.

《Volatile agent cartridge》
In the case of the volatile component supply device of the present invention, as described above, it can be considered that it is separated into an air-fuel mixture generation portion and a drive control portion thereof. For this reason, this invention can be grasped | ascertained also as a volatile agent cartridge which comprises the production | generation part of the air-fuel | gaseous mixture which is a part.

That is, the present invention mixes a volatile chamber that can store and seal a specific volatile component, a volatile component that flows from the volatile chamber port that communicates with the volatile chamber, and an outside air that flows from the outside air port that communicates with the outside, A mixing chamber capable of causing the obtained air-fuel mixture to flow out to a desired space from the air-fuel mixture port; A volatilization chamber valve capable of opening and closing, and the volatilization chamber is partitioned into a small chamber provided on the volatilization chamber port side and a large chamber communicating with the small chamber, and a driving source for driving the volatilization chamber valve The volatile component cartridge may be grasped as a volatile agent cartridge characterized by being detachable from the volatile component supply device.

  The volatilizer cartridge (simply referred to as “cartridge” as appropriate) is, of course, easy to remove and replace. For this reason, even when the volatile agent generating the volatile component is consumed, the volatile component supply device can be easily and continuously used by replenishing the volatile agent and replacing the cartridge itself. Also, different volatile components can be supplied to the desired space simply by replacing the volatile agent cartridge. Furthermore, since the drive source and the volatile agent cartridge are separated, it is easy to reduce the size and cost of the volatile agent cartridge.

  In addition, this invention can be grasped | ascertained also as an apparatus which comprises the drive control part which is the other part of a volatile component supply apparatus. That is, the present invention may be grasped as a volatile component supply device comprising: a housing from which the above volatile agent cartridge can be attached and detached; and a drive source that drives a volatile chamber valve of the volatile agent cartridge. .

<Others>
Unless otherwise specified, the term “outside” in the present specification refers to the outside of the volatile component supply device or the volatile agent cartridge, and does not mean the outside of the desired space (such as indoors). Further, “outside air” means such an external atmospheric gas. The outside air is not limited to air but may be other gases. In short, the outside air referred to in this specification is a gas around the volatile component supply device and dilutes the volatile component.

It is principal part sectional drawing of the cartridge which is one Example of this invention.

  The contents described in this specification can be applied not only to the volatile component supply apparatus of the present invention but also to a volatile agent cartridge used therein. One or two or more components arbitrarily selected from the present specification may be added to the above-described components of the present invention. Which embodiment is the best depends on the target, required performance, and the like.

《Volatile component》
The type of the volatile component according to the present invention is not limited. It is not always necessary to have fragrance that can be recognized by human odor. Even odorless, some volatile components are taken from the nose and the like, and have a favorable effect on people depending on the activity status. For example, there are volatile components that promote relaxation of tension (relaxing effect), improvement of concentration and arousal (refreshing effect), regardless of the presence or absence of fragrance. Of course, it is needless to say that the volatile component according to the present invention may be a fragrance component having various fragrances according to preference.

  Furthermore, the volatile components according to the present invention are not limited to those that affect humans. For example, components that maintain the freshness of vegetables, fruits and the like, conversely components that ripen fruits and the like, components that are effective for antiseptic and mildewproofing, and the like may be used. In short, the volatile component according to the present invention may be a functional volatile component that exhibits a function according to the application.

  Volatile components usually consist of gaseous molecules or atoms. However, the state of the volatile component stored in the volatilization chamber may be a liquid or a solid in addition to a gas. Usually, the volatile agent which is a generation source of the volatile component is filled or stored in a volatile chamber in a liquid state or a solid state. In this case, the volatile component gas (head space gas) stored above the volatile chamber or the volatile component guided upward by the volatile chamber valve flows into the mixing chamber through the volatile chamber port.

《Volatile chamber》
The volatile chamber is closed with a volatile chamber valve by closing the volatile chamber port with a small amount of leakage, and can store a specific volatile component. The volatilization chamber may be a single chamber or a double chamber. For example, when the volatile agent is in a liquid state, it may be composed of a small chamber provided in the vicinity of the volatile chamber port and a large chamber that accommodates most of the volatile agent. By partitioning the volatile chamber in this way, the amount of volatile agent (liquid amount) in the vicinity of the volatile chamber port can be stabilized, and as a result, the concentration control of the air-fuel mixture can be easily stabilized. The small chamber and the large chamber partitioned by the separator and the wall surface are in communication with each other through the separator or an orifice penetrating the wall surface.

《Mixing chamber》
It is preferable that an induction path for promoting uniform mixing of the volatile component and the outside air is formed inside the mixing chamber. Thereby, the uniform mixing of the volatile component flowing in from the volatile chamber port and the outside air flowing in from the outside air port can be performed efficiently.

  Further, the mixing chamber includes a volatile chamber port, an outside air port, and an air mixture port, which are preferably provided with a volatile chamber valve, an outside air valve, and an air mixture valve, respectively. Thereby, the concentration adjustment of the mixing chamber and the supply switching of the mixture can be stably performed with higher accuracy.

《Valve and drive source》
The volatile chamber valve, the outside air valve, and the air-fuel mixture valve (these are collectively referred to simply as “valve”) may have any specific shape. A one-way valve such as a reed valve or a rotary valve may be used as the valve. However, in order to control the concentration of the air-fuel mixture with high accuracy while reducing the size of the supply device, for example, the volatile chamber valve includes an umbrella portion that is attached to and detached from the volatile chamber port and a stem portion that extends from the umbrella portion And a columnar valve that opens and closes the volatilization chamber port by reciprocation. The same applies to the outside air valve and the air-fuel mixture valve.

  The type of drive source for driving these valves is not limited. For example, the valve can be driven by a motor, a cam, or the like. However, it is preferable to use a magnetic source as a drive source from the viewpoint of reducing the size of the supply device. Specifically, it is preferable to use a magnetic force source that can change the magnetic force acting on the magnetic part provided in at least a part of the above-described columnar valve as the driving source. If a solenoid or the like is used as a magnetic source, the magnetic force exerted on the magnetic part of the columnar valve can be easily changed while saving space. The magnetic portion may be made of a soft magnetic material or a hard magnetic material (permanent magnet).

  Each valve may be provided independently, but at least two valves may be integrated. For example, a volatile chamber valve and an air-fuel mixture port are arranged in a straight line, and an integrated valve in which an umbrella portion corresponding to the volatile chamber port and an umbrella portion corresponding to the air-fuel mixture port are provided on one stem portion It may also be used as a gas mixture valve. By using such an integrated valve, the number of parts can be reduced, the cost can be reduced, and the size can be reduced.

  Each valve may be appropriately biased in one direction (stable direction) by a spring or the like. At this time, the drive source may drive each valve in the direction opposite to its urging direction when necessary, and the structure and control of the entire supply apparatus can be simplified.

  The control method which opens and closes each valve is not ask | required. For example, each port can be opened and closed by moving the columnar valve up and down (that is, ON-OFF control) by the drive source described above. Although the opening / closing timing and opening / closing time of each port can be set manually, it is preferable that it is automatically set according to the environment of the desired space. For example, if the supply device of the present invention is used in a passenger compartment, the operation information of the air conditioner, the passenger compartment information (room temperature, humidity, air pollution level, etc.), external information (outside temperature, road surface conditions, etc.), Such biological information (tension, arousal, etc.), vehicle information (speed, acceleration, brake and accelerator operation information, etc.), position information (movement information) based on GPS and navigation, geographical information, audio information such as music, etc. Based on this, it is preferable that the opening / closing control of each valve is performed in combination with automatic or manual operation.

  Furthermore, when the volatile component is fragrant, the concentration of the volatile component in the air-fuel mixture may be changed over time or the air-fuel mixture may be released intermittently in consideration of human odor fatigue. Such fluctuation control enables efficient supply of volatile components.

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(1) The supply device or cartridge of the present invention may include an air-fuel mixture induction chamber that guides the air-fuel mixture flowing out from the air-fuel mixture port. The air-fuel mixture induction chamber acts as a buffer zone for temporarily storing the air-fuel mixture flowing out from the air-fuel mixture port, and can contribute to the stable release of the air-fuel mixture into the desired space. Incidentally, the air-fuel mixture induction chamber can be a space for storing at least a part of a columnar valve (air-fuel mixture valve).

  The supply device or the cartridge of the present invention may include an outside air induction chamber that guides outside air to the outside air port. The outside air induction chamber also acts as a buffer zone for temporarily storing outside air flowing into the outside air port, and can contribute to stable supply of outside air to the mixing chamber. This outside air induction chamber can also be a space for storing at least a part of the columnar valve (outside air valve).

(2) The volatilization chamber or the mixing chamber may be provided with a display or tab that clearly indicates the type and characteristics of the volatile component. It is preferable to provide a remaining amount sensor that can detect or display the remaining amount of the volatile agent in the volatile chamber. With the remaining amount sensor, it is possible to easily know the replenishment time of the volatile agent or the replacement time of the cartridge. Further, when the remaining amount of the volatile agent affects the amount of volatile components flowing into the volatile chamber port, the signal from the remaining amount sensor may be reflected in the opening / closing control of each valve described above.

  The volatilization chamber valve preferably includes an attachment portion that extends into the volatilization chamber and to which the volatile agent is attached. This attachment portion promotes the generation of volatile components and can guide a volatile component having a constant concentration to the volatile chamber port in conjunction with the volatile chamber valve. As the surface area of the attachment portion increases, the generation of volatile components is promoted. What is necessary is just to adjust the shaft diameter of an attaching part, a form (slot, unevenness | corrugation), etc. according to the volatility degree of a volatile agent.

(3) In the case of the present invention, the volatile component is not limited to a single type, and may be a plurality of types. When a plurality of volatile components are used, at least the volatile chamber and the volatile chamber valve are required according to the number of volatile components. In this case, each volatile chamber valve may be driven collectively by one drive source or may be driven individually. When each volatile chamber valve is individually driven by magnetic force, a magnetic shielding plate or the like may be provided as appropriate between adjacent drive sources or between volatile chamber valves in order to avoid mutual interference of magnetic fields generated from adjacent drive sources. In addition, although it demonstrated taking the case of the volatilization chamber valve | bulb here, it cannot be overemphasized that the above-mentioned description is applicable also to an air-fuel | gaseous mixture valve and an external air valve.

(4) The supply device of the present invention can change the type of volatile components and the concentration of the air-fuel mixture, so that the interior of the house or workplace, the vehicle interior, various warehouses, the museum, the museum, the cold storage, etc. It can be used in various desired spaces and helps to improve their environment. In addition, it is preferable that the supply device of the present invention is installed in a vehicle or an air conditioner in a room and uses the airflow generated by them, so that introduction of outside air and diffusion of air-fuel mixture can be efficiently achieved.

  However, a positive airflow is not necessarily required for the operation of the supply device of the present invention. The supply device of the present invention can be operated using a slight air flow generated by natural convection or the like. For this reason, the supply apparatus of this invention can also be mounted and used independently on a desktop etc. When the supply device of the present invention is used independently, the outside air or the mixture valve may be driven to allow the outside air to flow in or the mixture to flow out. Of course, an airflow generation mechanism (or device) different from these valves may be provided separately on the upstream side of the outside air port or the downstream side of the air-fuel mixture port.

  FIG. 1 shows a cross section of the main part of a cartridge C which is an embodiment of a volatile agent cartridge used in the volatile component supply apparatus of the present invention.

  The cartridge C includes a volatilization chamber 1 provided on the lower side, a mixing chamber 2 provided on the upper side thereof, an outside air induction chamber 3 provided on the upper left side of the mixing chamber 2, and an air-fuel mixture provided on the right side thereof. It is mainly composed of an induction chamber 4, a first columnar valve 5 (outside air valve), and a second columnar valve 6 (a volatilization chamber valve, an air-fuel mixture valve). Note that the top, bottom, left, and right described in this embodiment are as shown in FIG. Here, the top, bottom, left, and right are for convenience of explanation, and do not indicate the actual use position.

  The volatilization chamber 1 includes a volatilization chamber port 10 penetrating on the upper right side. The volatilization chamber 1 includes a small chamber 11 near the lower portion of the volatilization chamber port 10 and a large chamber 12 adjacent to the small chamber 11. The small chamber 11 and the large chamber 12 are partitioned by a wedge-shaped separator 13. The separator 13 has an inclined surface that increases from the large chamber 12 toward the small chamber 11. For this reason, the liquid volatile agent V stored in the volatile chamber 1 easily flows from the large chamber 12 to the small chamber 11 by vibration or inclination. Conversely, the volatile agent V is unlikely to flow backward from the small chamber 11 to the large chamber 12. As a result, the liquid level of the volatile agent V is easily maintained at a constant height in the small chamber 11 near the lower portion of the volatile chamber port 10. Note that vibration or inclination applied to the volatile chamber 1 may be operated from the outside.

  The volatilization chamber 1 has a partition wall 14 projecting from the inner wall of the upper surface toward the top of the separator 13. The partition wall 14 prevents the head space gas Gv containing a volatile component stored above the large chamber 12 from flowing into the volatile chamber port 10 abruptly.

  The mixing chamber 2 includes a mixture port 20 on the upper right side, an outside air port 30 on the upper left side, and the volatile chamber port 10 described above on the lower right side. Furthermore, the mixing chamber 2 has a partition wall 21 projecting downward from the inner wall of the upper center surface. By this partition wall 21, a substantially U-shaped guide path is formed in the mixing chamber 2, and the outside air Ga introduced from the outside air port 30 is smoothly guided to the vicinity of the volatile chamber port 10 and the mixture port 20. .

  The outside air guiding chamber 3 has an introduction port 31 whose upper end is open, and the lower end is an outside air port 30. When the cartridge C is attached to the vehicle air conditioner, the outside air Ga (air) flowing through the air blowing duct A is taken from the introduction port 31 and guided to the outside air port 30.

  The air-fuel mixture induction chamber 4 has a lead-out port 41 whose upper end is open, and the lower end is an air-fuel mixture port 20. When the cartridge C is attached to the vehicle air conditioner, the air-fuel mixture Gm flowing out from the air-fuel mixture port 20 is discharged to the downstream side of the air duct A, and volatile components diluted to a constant concentration are supplied to the space in the vehicle interior.

  The first columnar valve 5 includes a lower stem portion 51, an upper stem portion 52, and an umbrella portion 53 in the middle thereof, and these move integrally. The lower stem 51 protrudes into the mixing chamber 2, and the upper stem 52 protrudes into the outside air induction chamber 3. The upper stem 52 is a magnetized magnetic part. For this reason, when a fluctuating magnetic field is applied from a drive source provided outside, the upper stem 52 moves up and down by an attractive force or a repulsive force due to a magnetic force. In conjunction with the vertical movement of the upper stem 52, the umbrella 53 separates and seats on the seat surface of the outside air port 30, and the outside air port 30 is opened and closed.

  The second columnar valve 6 includes a lower umbrella portion 61 at the lower end, a lower stem portion 611 extending upward from the lower umbrella portion 61, a middle umbrella portion 62 at the upper end side of the lower stem portion 611, and a middle umbrella portion The upper stem portion 621 extending upward from 62, the upper umbrella portion 63 on the upper end side of the intermediate stem portion 621, and the upper stem portion 631 extending upward from the upper umbrella portion 63, are integrally formed. It is movable.

  The lower umbrella part 61 and the lower stem part 611 protrude into the volatilization chamber 1. The lower umbrella portion 61 can be immersed in the volatile agent V in the small chamber 11. The lower stalk portion 611 has a spiral groove on the outer peripheral surface. By these lower umbrella part 61 and lower stem part 611, the contact area between the second columnar valve 6 and the volatile agent V is increased, and vaporization of the volatile agent V (generation of volatile components) is promoted. In addition, the lower umbrella part 61 and the lower stalk part 611 correspond to the attaching part as used in this specification. Note that the lower stem 611 can optimize the amount of the volatile agent V deposited by changing the thickness, the shape of the outer peripheral surface, and the like according to the easiness of volatilization, the strength of the smell, and the like.

  The middle stem 621 penetrates the mixing chamber 2 in the vertical direction and relays the middle umbrella 62 and the upper umbrella 63. The middle umbrella part 62 and the upper umbrella part 63 are separated from the seat surfaces of the volatilization chamber port 10 and the air-fuel mixture port 20, respectively, and open and close the volatilization chamber port 10 and the air-fuel mixture port 20, respectively. As in the case of the upper stem portion 52, this opening / closing motion is caused by the attractive magnetic force of the magnetized magnetic portion of the upper stem portion 631 protruding into the mixture induction chamber 4 due to the varying magnetic force received from the drive source provided outside or Made by repulsion. The columnar valve 5 and the columnar valve 6 can also be moved mechanically.

  A wind direction control plate 7 having an inverted triangular cross section is attached between the inlet 31 of the outside air induction chamber 3 and the outlet 41 of the mixture induction chamber 4. The air direction control plate 7 makes it easier for outside air Ga flowing upstream of the air duct A to be taken into the introduction port 31 of the outside air induction chamber 3, and the mixture Gm discharged from the outlet 41 of the mixture induction chamber 4 is It becomes easy to be supplied to the passenger compartment by riding on the airflow on the downstream side of the air duct A. The air direction control plate 7 also serves as a restriction that prevents the first columnar valve 5 and the second columnar valve 6 from jumping out of the outside air induction chamber 3 and the mixture induction chamber 4, respectively.

  A remaining amount sensor 8 that detects the remaining amount of the volatile agent V in the volatile chamber 1 is provided on the bottom side of the small chamber 11. The display or output signal of the remaining amount sensor 8 can be used for controlling the operation of each valve in addition to notifying the replacement time of the cartridge C or the replenishment time of the volatile agent V. Further, a label 9 indicating the type and characteristics of the volatile agent V is attached to the side surface of the cartridge C. By reading this label mechanically or electronically, taking it into a CPU provided outside, and collating it with a database created in advance, it is possible to optimally open and close the valve from the outside. In addition, when a plurality of cartridges are combined, each cartridge C installation position can be grasped.

  In addition, the cartridge C before being incorporated into the supply device (when not in use) includes a fixture (not shown) that fixes the first columnar valve 5 and the second columnar valve 6 to the lower end position. As a result, the volatile chamber port 10, the air-fuel mixture port 20, and the outside air port 30 are closed by the middle umbrella portion 62, the upper umbrella portion 63, and the umbrella portion 53, respectively. Further, when the cartridge C is not used, the entire surface of the inlet 31 and outlet 41 is covered with a sealing material (not shown). Thus, the cartridge C before use is in a sealed state.

  When the cartridge C is used, the cartridge C after the fixing tool and the sealing material are removed is mounted on a supply device (not shown). And if the drive source mentioned above is operated according to the vehicle interior environment desired, the volatile component which exhibits a specific function will be supplied to the vehicle interior by the stable density | concentration.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Volatilization chamber 2 Mixture 3 Outside air induction chamber 4 Mixture induction chamber 5 1st columnar valve 6 2nd columnar valve Ga Outside air Gv Head space gas (volatile component)
Gm mixture C cartridge (volatile agent cartridge)
V Volatile agent A Air duct

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  1. A volatilization chamber that can store and seal certain volatile components;
    A mixing chamber capable of mixing the volatile component flowing in from the volatile chamber port communicating with the volatile chamber and the outside air flowing in from the outside air port communicating with the outside, and allowing the obtained mixture to flow out from the mixture port to a desired space;
    A volatile chamber valve for opening and closing the volatile chamber port;
    A drive source for driving the volatilization chamber valve from the outside of the volatilization chamber and the mixing chamber,
    The volatilization chamber is divided into a small chamber provided on the volatilization chamber port side and a large chamber communicating with the small chamber.
  2.   The volatilization chamber valve includes a columnar valve that has an umbrella portion that is attached to and detached from the volatilization chamber port and a stem portion that extends from the umbrella portion, and that opens and closes the volatilization chamber port by reciprocation. The volatile component supply apparatus according to 1.
  3. A volatilization chamber that can store and seal certain volatile components;
    A mixing chamber capable of mixing the volatile component flowing in from the volatile chamber port communicating with the volatile chamber and the outside air flowing in from the outside air port communicating with the outside, and allowing the obtained mixture to flow out from the mixture port to a desired space;
    A volatile chamber valve for opening and closing the volatile chamber port;
    A drive source for driving the volatilization chamber valve from the outside of the volatilization chamber and the mixing chamber,
    The volatilization chamber valve has two umbrella portions that are respectively separated from and seated on both sides of the volatilization chamber port, and a stem portion that extends from the umbrella portion. A volatile component supply device comprising a columnar valve that opens and closes.
  4. The columnar valve has a magnetic part at least in part,
    The volatile component supply device according to claim 2 , wherein the drive source is a magnetic source capable of changing a magnetic force acting on the magnetic unit.
  5.   Furthermore, the volatile component supply apparatus in any one of Claims 1-4 provided with the air-fuel | gaseous valve which opens and closes the said air-fuel | gaseous mixture port.
  6.   Furthermore, the volatile-component supply apparatus in any one of Claims 1-5 provided with the air-fuel | gaseous induction chamber which guide | induces the air-fuel | gase which flowed out from the said air-fuel | gaseous mixture port.
  7.   Furthermore, the volatile component supply apparatus in any one of Claims 1-6 provided with the external air valve which opens and closes the said external air port.
  8.   Furthermore, the volatile component supply apparatus in any one of Claims 1-7 provided with the external air induction chamber which guides the said external air to the said external air port.
  9. A volatilization chamber that can store and seal certain volatile components;
    A mixing chamber capable of mixing the volatile component flowing in from the volatile chamber port communicating with the volatile chamber and the outside air flowing in from the outside air port communicating with the outside, and allowing the obtained mixture to flow out from the mixture port to a desired space;
    A volatilization chamber valve provided inside the volatilization chamber or the mixing chamber and driven from outside the volatilization chamber and the mixing chamber to open and close the volatilization chamber port;
    The volatile chamber is divided into a small chamber provided on the volatile chamber port side and a large chamber communicating with the small chamber,
    A volatile agent cartridge which is detachable from a volatile component supply device having a drive source for driving the volatile chamber valve.
  10. A volatilization chamber that can store and seal certain volatile components;
    A mixing chamber capable of mixing the volatile component flowing in from the volatile chamber port communicating with the volatile chamber and the outside air flowing in from the outside air port communicating with the outside, and allowing the obtained mixture to flow out from the mixture port to a desired space;
    A volatilization chamber valve provided inside the volatilization chamber or the mixing chamber and driven from outside the volatilization chamber and the mixing chamber to open and close the volatilization chamber port;
    The volatilization chamber valve has two umbrella portions that are respectively separated from and seated on both sides of the volatilization chamber port, and a stem portion that extends from the umbrella portion. It consists of a columnar valve that opens and closes,
    A volatile agent cartridge which is detachable from a volatile component supply device having a drive source for driving the volatile chamber valve.
  11. A housing to which the volatile agent cartridge according to claim 9 or 10 can be attached and detached;
    A drive source for driving a volatilization chamber valve of the volatile agent cartridge;
    A volatile component supply device comprising:
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