JPH0986591A - Container for waste carried by marine transportation - Google Patents

Container for waste carried by marine transportation

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Publication number
JPH0986591A
JPH0986591A JP7245954A JP24595495A JPH0986591A JP H0986591 A JPH0986591 A JP H0986591A JP 7245954 A JP7245954 A JP 7245954A JP 24595495 A JP24595495 A JP 24595495A JP H0986591 A JPH0986591 A JP H0986591A
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cover
container
chain
sprocket
rotating
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Shizuo Fuji
靜夫 冨士
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Mitsubishi Heavy Ind Ltd
三菱重工業株式会社
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Abstract

(57) 【Abstract】 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent the danger of a waste container to be transported by sea by opening and closing a cover of an opening above the ground without climbing to the top of the container. An openable / closable canvas cover 1 is attached to an upper opening 21 of a container 20, is reinforced by a reinforcing ring 8, and expands and contracts in a bellows method. A fixing ring 3 for fixing the cover 1 and the wire rail 2 to the end of the cover 1 and a ring 10 for fixing only one end to the cover 1 and sliding the other end to the wire rail 2 are provided, and a handle 12 is rotated to operate the chain. When 4 is moved up and down, the sprocket 5 and the pulley 7 rotate together with the rotating shaft 6 to move the wire rail 2 left and right, so that the cover 1 is slid and opened and closed via the fixed ring 3 fixed thereto. Therefore, the cover 1 can be opened and closed safely on the ground.

Description

Detailed Description of the Invention

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a marine transportation waste container for containing and transporting waste.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Although a container for transporting wastes by sea is not shown in the figure, the upper portion of the container is opened for loading and loading the wastes. In order to prevent the particles from scattering, the upper opening is covered with a sheet or canvas cover to cover the opening, and each end of the sheet or canvas is fixed to the side surface of the container.
In order to cover and fix this opening, a worker went up to the upper part of the container after loading the waste and was manually done.

[0003]

As described above, covering the upper opening of the conventional marine transportation waste container with a sheet or canvas and fixing it is done by hand, and at a high place above the container. Work is dangerous, workers approach the waste at the top of the container, and depending on the type of waste, the waste may be scattered and dangerous, and there are hygiene problems. The work was time consuming and inefficient.

[0004]

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention provides the following cover which can be opened and closed by a rotating means provided on the side surface of the container for covering the opening at the upper part of the sea transportation waste container. Provide the means.

(1) It is possible to open and close the opening by sliding one end forward and backward at the upper opening of a container that can be transported by sea for loading and discharging waste from the top, and expanding and contracting like a bellows. A cover; pulleys attached to both ends of a rotary shaft that penetrates both side surfaces at two front and rear sides of the container; a loop-shaped wire wound between the pulleys on each side surface and movable in the front-rear direction; A fixing ring for fixing the wires on the both side surfaces and a front end portion near the one end of the cover; and a rotating means for rotating at least one of the pulleys to move the cover in the front-back direction together with the wires on the both side surfaces. A marine transportation waste container comprising:

(2) Further, in the above-mentioned (1), a plurality of rings are fixed to both side edges of the cover, and the wires are slidably inserted into the rings, thereby the marine transportation waste container. I will provide a.

(3) Further, in the above (1) or (2), the rotating means includes a sprocket provided coaxially with the pulley; a rotating handle provided on a side surface of the container; the rotating handle and the sprocket. Provided is a marine transportation waste container characterized by comprising a chain provided therebetween.

(4) Further, in the above (1) or (2), the rotating means is a sprocket provided coaxially with the pulley; a loop-shaped chain connected to the sprocket; a chain hook for guiding the chain. We also provide ocean shipping waste container, which is characterized by:

The present invention provides (1)
In (1), the canvas cover is opened and closed by rotating the pulley by the rotating means provided on the side surface of the container. When the pulleys rotate, the pulleys on both sides are connected by a rotating shaft, so that the wire wound between the pulleys on both sides of the container moves in the front-back direction. When the wire moves, the wire and the cover are fixed by the fixing ring at the front end of the cover, so the front end of the cover moves back and forth together with the wire, the cover expands and contracts like a bellows, and the cover slides at the top of the container. It is opened and closed. The direction of opening and closing the cover is performed by rotating the pulley in the forward and reverse directions by the rotating means. By such an operation, the dangerous work of the worker on the upper part of the container is eliminated, and the scattering of the waste is surely prevented.

In (2), the same action as (1) is achieved, and a plurality of rings are provided between the cover and the wire, and the front end of the cover is pulled by the fixed ring to move. , The cover is expanded and contracted, but since the side end of the cover slides on the wire with multiple rings and is held,
The cover is securely held on the side of the container at the top of the container, and the opening can be completely covered.

In (3), the same operation as (1) or (2) is achieved, and since the rotating means is composed of the sprocket, the rotating handle and the chain, the rotating handle is rotated by the worker on the ground, and the pulley is rotated. Can be easily rotated in the forward and reverse directions, allowing the cover to be opened and closed with a simple mechanism.

In (4), the same operation as (1) or (2) is achieved, and since the rotating means is composed of the sprocket, the chain and the chain hook, the worker holds the chain held by the chain guide. By moving the chain up and down on the ground, the pulley can be easily rotated in the forward and reverse directions, and the cover can be opened and closed with a simpler mechanism than the above (3).

[0013]

Embodiments of the present invention will be specifically described below with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a marine transportation waste container according to an embodiment of the present invention. In the figure, 20 is a container, and an opening 2 is provided at the top.
One. Reference numeral 1 denotes a canvas cover, which can be expanded and contracted by a bellows method, and a reinforcing ring 8 is attached to and held by the canvas cover 1 at a predetermined pitch, for example, a pitch of 500 mm, for preventing slack.

A wire rail 2 is rotatably wound between the pulleys 7 and 7 '. A fixing ring 3 is provided on the front end of the canvas cover 1. As shown in detail in FIG. 3, one end is the end of the canvas cover 1 and the other end is the wire rail 2.
It is fixed to. Reference numeral 4 denotes a loop-shaped chain, which is provided between the sprocket 5 and the handle 12 and rotates the handle 12 to rotate the sprocket 5 and a pulley 7 coaxially attached to the sprocket 5. 6
Is a rotary shaft, and the pulleys 7 are attached to both side surfaces of the container 20 and the sprocket 5 is attached to one end as shown in the figure. Reference numeral 10 is a ring, and a plurality of rings are provided on the right side of the fixed ring 3, one end of which is fixed to the end of the canvas cover 1, and the other end has a ring shape, and the wire rail 2 is slidably inserted therein. are doing.

The wire rail 2, the fixed ring 3, the pulleys 7 and 7 ', and the ring 10 are symmetrically provided on both sides of the container 20.

One end on the front side of the canvas cover 1 can be expanded and contracted back and forth by the movement of the fixing ring 3 fixed to the wire rail 2, and the other end is fixed to the frame 22.

Next, the structure of the drive portion including the wire rail 2, the fixing ring 3, the chain 4, the sprocket 5, and the pulley 7 will be described in more detail. 2 is a side view showing the details of the portion A in FIG. 1, and FIG. 3 is a view taken along the line BB. In both figures, reference numeral 23 denotes a corner fitting of the container, and in FIG. 2, the canvas cover 1 covers the entire surface of the opening 21 of the container so as to be in contact with the corner fitting 23 and is closed. A bearing unit 9 is attached to the side surface of the container 20, and a rotary shaft 6 is rotatably provided. A sprocket 5 and a pulley 7 are attached to the rotating shaft 6 via a shaft 12, a chain 4 is engaged with the sprocket 5, and a wire rail 2 is attached to the pulley 7.
Is hung in the groove and is wound between the other pulley 7'shown in FIG.

A fixing ring 3 is provided at the end of the canvas cover 1.
One end is fixed and the other end is fixed to the wire rail 2,
The canvas cover 1 is moved left and right together with the wire rail 2 to pull and move the canvas cover 1 in the same direction. In addition, chain 4
When one side is pulled in the R direction, the sprocket 5 rotates leftward (clockwise), the pulley 7 rotates in the same direction, the wire rail 2 moves in the direction indicated by reference numeral 30 in the figure, and the fixing ring 3 remains the same. Since it is moved in the same direction, the canvas cover 1 also moves in the same direction and the cover is opened. When the other side of the chain 4 is pulled in the S direction, the sprocket 5 rotates in the opposite direction to the above, the wire rail 2 moves in the opposite direction indicated by the reference numeral 31, and the canvas cover 1 is closed.

Next, the operation of opening and closing the canvas cover 1 of the waste container having such a configuration will be described. The worker opens and closes the canvas cover 1 by the container 20 on the ground.
This is performed by operating the handle 12 on the side surface of the. When opening the canvas cover 1, handle 12
When pulling the chain 4 in the R direction as shown in Fig. 2,
The sprocket 5 and the pulley 7 rotate counterclockwise together with the rotating shaft 6 supported by the bearing unit 9 to move the wire rail 2 hung on the pulley 7 in the direction indicated by 30, and together with the fixing ring 3 fixed to the canvas. The cover 1 is slid in the opening direction and moved.

As shown in FIG. 1, a large number of rings 10 are fixed to the canvas cover 1 at a predetermined pitch. Since these rings 10 are slidably inserted in the wire rails 2, the movement of the wire rails 2 is prevented. Along with this, the canvas cover 1 slides, and the bellows type canvas cover 1 is contracted to open the upper surface of the container 20.

Since a plurality of reinforcing rings 2 are attached to the canvas cover 1 so as to extend the cover in order to prevent the slack, the bellows contract while keeping its shape, and the upper surface of the container is opened.

Next, when the canvas cover 1 is closed, the handle 12 is operated in the same manner as described above, and this time the chain 4 is lowered in the S direction shown in FIG. Then, the canvas cover 1 is slid in the direction indicated by 31, and is moved so as to extend the bellows and then closed.

The operation of the chain 4 has been described by using the handle 12 in FIG. 1. However, as shown in FIG. 4, the middle portion of the chain 4 is guided by the chain hook 11, and the chain 4 is manually operated. In the R direction or S
It may be pulled in the direction.

According to the embodiment described above, the canvas cover 1 covering the upper portion of the marine transportation waste container 20.
A wire rail 2, a fixing ring 3, a chain 4, a sprocket 5 and a pulley 7, etc. are provided on the side of the container 20. Since the canvas cover 1 can be slid to open and close the upper part of the container 20, a worker can go up to the upper part of the container 20 and open and close the upper part of the waste container without performing dangerous work, which increases safety. , Work efficiency is improved.

In the above embodiment, the chain 4 and the sprocket 5 are provided at one location (on the left side of the side surface of the container 20 in FIG. 1), but the present invention is not limited to this number, and the pulley is used. 7'may be provided with a chain 4, a sprocket 5, and a rotary shaft 6 so that only the right side is provided,
Also, it can be installed on both sides or on both sides,
If a plurality of opening / closing drive units are provided as needed so as to be used in a place with good workability, the device becomes more convenient.

[0026]

As described above in detail, according to the present invention, the cover covering the upper opening of the sea transportation waste container is rotated by the pulley, the wire wound around the pulley, the fixing ring and the pulley. Is provided with a rotating means for transferring the wire and opening the cover, and a structure in which the cover and the wire are provided with a plurality of rings, and a specific structure of the rotating means is a sprocket, a rotating handle and a chain. Since it also provides a rotating means consisting of a sprocket, a chain and a chain hook,
The following effects are obtained.

(1) Since the worker can open and close the cover on the ground without climbing to the upper part of the container, dangerous high-altitude work is eliminated, and the danger of the worker due to scattering of waste is avoided.

(2) If a structure in which a plurality of rings is provided between the cover and the wire is adopted, the cover can be securely held on the upper part of the container, and the scattering of the waste can be surely prevented.

(3) Since the rotating means is composed of a sprocket, a chain, a handle or a chain hook, the cover can be opened and closed with a simple mechanism, so that it is inexpensive.

[Brief description of drawings]

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a marine transportation waste container according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a detailed side view of a portion A in FIG.

3 is a BB arrow view in FIG.

FIG. 4 is a perspective view showing another method of the chain operation unit according to the embodiment of the present invention.

[Explanation of symbols]

 1 Canvas Cover 2 Wire Rail 3 Fixing Ring 4 Chain 5 Sprocket 6 Rotating Shaft 7 Pulley 8 Reinforcement Ring 9 Bearing Unit 10 Ring 11 Chain Hook 12 Handle

Claims (4)

[Claims]
1. A container which can be loaded with waste from above and loaded on the sea and which can be opened and closed by sliding one end forward and backward at an upper opening of a container which can be transported by sea, and which can be opened and closed. A cover; pulleys attached to both ends of a rotary shaft that penetrates both side surfaces at two front and rear sides of the container; a loop-shaped wire wound between the pulleys on each side surface and movable in the front-rear direction; A fixing ring for fixing the wires on both sides and the front part of the cover near one end respectively; rotating means for rotating at least one of the pulleys and moving the cover in the front-back direction together with the wires on both side faces. A marine transportation waste container characterized by being equipped.
2. The marine transportation waste container according to claim 1, wherein a plurality of rings are fixed to both ends of the cover, and the wires are slidably inserted through the rings.
3. The rotating means comprises a sprocket provided coaxially with the pulley; a rotating handle provided on a side surface of the container; and a chain provided between the rotating handle and the sprocket. The marine transportation waste container according to claim 1 or 2.
4. The rotating means comprises a sprocket provided coaxially with the pulley; a loop-shaped chain connected to the sprocket; and a chain hook for guiding the chain. Sea shipping waste container as described.
JP7245954A 1995-09-25 1995-09-25 Container for waste carried by marine transportation Withdrawn JPH0986591A (en)

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