KR100670437B1 - Western water closet - Google Patents

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KR100670437B1
KR100670437B1 KR20027013520A KR20027013520A KR100670437B1 KR 100670437 B1 KR100670437 B1 KR 100670437B1 KR 20027013520 A KR20027013520 A KR 20027013520A KR 20027013520 A KR20027013520 A KR 20027013520A KR 100670437 B1 KR100670437 B1 KR 100670437B1
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Priority to JPJP-P-2000-00109256 priority
Priority to JP2000109259A priority patent/JP4116226B2/en
Priority to JP2000124064A priority patent/JP2001303650A/en
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Priority to JP2000124116A priority patent/JP2001303648A/en
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Priority to JP2000132084A priority patent/JP4080138B2/en
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E03WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE
    • E03DWATER-CLOSETS OR URINALS WITH FLUSHING DEVICES; FLUSHING VALVES THEREFOR
    • E03D11/00Other component parts of water-closets, e.g. noise-reducing means in the flushing system, flushing pipes mounted in the bowl, seals for the bowl outlet, devices preventing overflow of the bowl contents; devices forming a water seal in the bowl after flushing, devices eliminating obstructions in the bowl outlet or preventing backflow of water and excrements from the waterpipe
    • E03D11/02Water-closet bowls ; Bowls with a double odour seal optionally with provisions for a good siphonic action; siphons as part of the bowl
    • E03D11/08Bowls with means producing a flushing water swirl
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E03WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE
    • E03DWATER-CLOSETS OR URINALS WITH FLUSHING DEVICES; FLUSHING VALVES THEREFOR
    • E03D11/00Other component parts of water-closets, e.g. noise-reducing means in the flushing system, flushing pipes mounted in the bowl, seals for the bowl outlet, devices preventing overflow of the bowl contents; devices forming a water seal in the bowl after flushing, devices eliminating obstructions in the bowl outlet or preventing backflow of water and excrements from the waterpipe
    • E03D11/02Water-closet bowls ; Bowls with a double odour seal optionally with provisions for a good siphonic action; siphons as part of the bowl
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E03WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE
    • E03DWATER-CLOSETS OR URINALS WITH FLUSHING DEVICES; FLUSHING VALVES THEREFOR
    • E03D2201/00Details and methods of use for water closets and urinals not otherwise provided for
    • E03D2201/30Water injection in siphon for enhancing flushing
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E03WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE
    • E03DWATER-CLOSETS OR URINALS WITH FLUSHING DEVICES; FLUSHING VALVES THEREFOR
    • E03D2201/00Details and methods of use for water closets and urinals not otherwise provided for
    • E03D2201/40Devices for distribution of flush water inside the bowl

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The present invention provides a sanitary western-style flush toilet in which stains are hardly adhered to a rim, and as a result, a nasty smell and the like are hardly generated. A western-style toilet body comprises a bowl portion and an open rim. The open rim has a rim channel in the inside thereof. At the rear of the western-style toilet body, a washing device which is capable of spouting water is formed. The bowl portion is washed by the water which is spouted from the washing device. An inward surface of an inner side wall portion of the open rim is an identical surface to a bowl face of the bowl portion. <IMAGE>

Description

Western flush toilet {WESTERN WATER CLOSET}

The first to ninth inventions relate to western-style flush toilets.

2. Description of the Related Art A Western-style flush toilet is known which has a ceramic toilet bowl and a cleaning device provided on the rear of the western toilet bowl main body and having a cleaning tank such as a low tank capable of discharging the washing water. The western-style toilet main body has a rim formed in a toilet part and an upper edge of the toilet part, and has a rim water channel therein, through which the washing water can flow down the toilet part. And a trap connected to the lower end of the toilet bowl. The trap part is provided with the jet port so that the washing water may be jetted along the trap part. The washing apparatus is connected to a water supply pipe such as a water pipe through which the washing tank supplies the washing water, and is configured to discharge the washing water stored in the washing tank to the rim channel.

Among the rims, the so-called open rim exposing the rim passageway to the toilet part consists of an upper wall part projecting almost horizontally inwardly from the upper edge of the toilet part, and an inner wall part extending in a substantially vertical direction from the inner end of the upper wall part. A rim channel is formed inside to guide the washing water discharged from the washing apparatus. In this open rim, the washing water in the rim channel passes through the opening formed by the inner wall portion and the toilet bowl to be directed toward the toilet bowl.

Among the rims, the so-called closed rim which does not expose the rim passageway to the toilet bowl includes an upper wall portion projecting substantially horizontally inwardly from the upper edge of the toilet portion, and an inner wall portion extending in a substantially vertical direction from the inner end of the upper wall portion; The lower wall part which connects the lower end of an inner wall part with a toilet bowl part is formed, and the same rim channel is formed inside. In this closed rim, a plurality of water catchers opening toward the toilet bowl are provided in the lower wall portion, and the washing water in the rim channel passes through the water catchers and is discharged toward the toilet bowl.

Thus, in the conventional Western flush toilet, the toilet bowl is cleaned by the washing water discharged from the washing apparatus.

Moreover, in the conventional western-style flush toilet, a toilet part and a trap part are comprised by the ceramic toilet bowl main body, the jet port is comprised by the jet nozzle separate from the western toilet bowl main body, and this jet nozzle is comprised by the piping for a jet. It is connected with a washing | cleaning apparatus.

In such a Western-style flush toilet, the washing water discharged from the washing apparatus is supplied to the rim channel, whereby washing of the toilet bowl and securing of running water are performed. In addition, the washing water is also supplied to the jet port through the jet pipe, thereby forcibly generating a siphon effect so that dirt can be discharged even with a small amount of washing water. For this reason, in this western-style flush toilet, the maintenance cost by saving water can be reduced. In addition, in this Western-style flush toilet, since the Western-style toilet main body made of ceramics has a comparatively simple shape, the manufacturing cost can be reduced.

In addition, it is known to provide a barrier material under the trap part as a western flush toilet, and also to surround the jet pipe with another barrier material.

In this Western-style flush toilet, even when the difference between the water temperature and the room temperature is large and the humidity is used in an environment with high humidity, since the trap part and the pipe for jet can be insulated mainly by the barrier material, condensation on the outer surface of the trap part and the jet pipe is prevented. You can prevent it.

For example, in the western-style flush toilet shown in FIG. 28, the toilet part 91 which has the foot surface 91a by the Western-style toilet main body 90 made from ceramics, and the bottom part of this toilet part 91 The trap part 92 is provided so that it may be continued. The uppermost part of the trap part 92 becomes the upper side wall surface 92a comprised from the curved surface, and the upper side wall surface 92a is connected to the lower drain port 92b. The drain port 92b is connected to a drain pipe not shown through the drain socket 98.

In addition, a jet chamber 94 connected to a jet channel, not shown, is formed at the bottom of the toilet 91, and at the bottom of the flowing portion of the trap 92 to secure the flow of water, the bottom of the jet chamber 94 communicates with each other. The jet port 93 penetrates. In addition, a water supply chamber 95 is formed in the upper part of the rear part of the toilet part 91, and the water supply chamber 95 is connected to the low tank which is not shown by the distributor 97 which is a part of the washing | cleaning apparatus. In addition, a rim 96 having a rim channel 96a therein is formed above the toilet 91.

In this Western-style flush toilet, the washing water is supplied from the low tank to the jet chamber 94 and the rim passage 96a through the distributor 97 and the water supply chamber 95. The washing water supplied to the jet chamber 94 is jetted from the jet port 93 toward the trap portion 92. In addition, the washing water supplied to the rim water passage 96a flows out of a water hole not shown in the figure provided at the lower end of the rim 96 to clean the foot surface 91a of the toilet bowl 91. At this time, in this Western-style flush toilet, since the siphon action is forcibly caused by the washing water jetted from the jet port 93, the ability to discharge the dirt is large.

In addition, the Western-style flush toilet shown in FIG. 29, 30 wash | cleans the western-style toilet main body 91 made from earthenware, the washing tank (not shown), the distributor 92, etc. which supply cleaning water to this western-style toilet main body 91. It is equipped with a device. The western-style toilet main body 91 has a toilet 93 and a rim channel 94a formed at the front circumference of the upper edge of the toilet 93 and capable of flushing the wash water to the toilet 93. And a trap portion 95 connected to the lower end of the toilet portion 93. A drain socket (not shown) extending up and down is connected to the discharge port 95c of the trap portion 95, and the drain socket is connected to a drain pipe not shown, which protrudes from the floor surface.

In this Western-style flush toilet, the washing water stored in the washing tank is supplied to the rim channel 94a through the distributor 92, from which the washing water flows into the toilet 93. The washing water which wash | cleans the toilet part 93 generate | occur | produces the siphon effect by the trap part 95, and is discharged to the back side along with the trap part 95 with dirt.

Moreover, in the general western flush toilet, the metal drain flange is connected with the drain pipe which protruded from the floor surface, and the discharge part of a trap part is connected with the metal drain flange.

In this western-style flush toilet, washing of the toilet part is performed with the washing water supplied from the washing tank. And when the wastewater which may contain the dirt with washing water is partly blocked at the end formed in the trap part when discharged through the trap part, turbulence arises and a water film is formed. By the action of the water film thus formed, the trap part is brought into a full state by sewage, and the sewage in the full water state is discharged so that the water film is pulled to the drain pipe side by the breakage of the water film.

{1st, 2nd invention}

However, in the conventional Western flush toilet, since the inner surface of the rim protrudes inward from the foot of the toilet, contamination is liable to adhere to the rim, and furthermore, an odd smell or the like tends to occur, and it is easy to be unsanitary.

That is, in the open rim of a conventional Western flush toilet, contamination due to urine scattering or splashing during stool discharge, which occurs when the toilet is used, is likely to adhere to the rim channel, which is the back side of the upper wall or the back side of the inner wall. . Moreover, in the closed rim of a conventional Western flush toilet, their contamination is apt to adhere to the inner rim channel through the rear side or the catcher port of the lower wall part. Since the contaminants adhered to these rims are in a position where it is difficult to see by the cleaner, it is difficult to confirm the situation of attachment and removal, and the cleaning is likely to be incomplete. For this reason, these contaminations are likely to remain there and become a source of odors such as ammonia odors, which may be unpleasant and unsanitary to the user.

The first and second inventions are made in view of the above-mentioned conventional circumstances, and the first problem to be solved is to provide a hygienic Western-style flush toilet which is hard to adhere to the rim, furthermore, strange smells and the like are not generated. , It is set as two problems.

Western-style flush toilet of the first invention, Western toilet body having a toilet portion, a rim formed on the upper edge of the toilet portion and having a rim passageway therein,

In the Western flush toilet provided with a washing device capable of discharging the washing water in the rim channel, the washing water discharged from the cleaning device is provided for cleaning the toilet portion via the rim channel,

The rim is characterized in that at least the front side has the same inner surface as the foot surface of the toilet bowl.

In the Western-style flush toilet of the first aspect of the invention, since at least the inner surface of the rim is flush with the foot of the toilet bowl, contamination is hardly adhered to the rim. For example, if the figure is an open rim, dirt is less likely to adhere to the rim passage, which is the back side of the upper wall portion or the back side of the inner wall portion. In addition, if the figure is a closed rim, sewage is less likely to be attached to the inner rim channel through the surface or catcher of the lower wall.

In addition, in the western flush toilet of the first aspect of the invention, since the inner surface of the rim is the same surface as the foot of the toilet bowl, there is contamination at a position that is easy to see by the cleaner, and at the time of cleaning, It is easy to wipe the dirt. For this reason, the cleaning can also be performed sufficiently.

At least the western-style flush toilet of the first aspect of the invention can obtain the minimum effect of the first aspect of the invention, provided that the inner surface of the rim is flush with the foot of the toilet portion. This is because contamination caused by urine scattering or splashing during fecal discharge that occurs when the toilet is used is likely to be located in the front. In this respect, it is preferable that the inner surface of the rim is the same surface as the foot surface of the toilet bowl at all the leading edges of the toilet bowl. This prevents adhesion of the sewage to the rim due to urine scattering occurring at the time of use of the toilet, springing at the time of fecal discharge, or the like, at any position in the upper part of the toilet, thereby producing the effect of the first invention reliably. Can be.

In addition, the Western-style flush toilet of the second invention, Western toilet body having a toilet portion, a rim formed on the upper edge of the toilet portion and having a rim passageway therein,

In the Western flush toilet provided with a washing device capable of discharging the washing water in the rim channel, the washing water discharged from the cleaning device is provided for cleaning the toilet portion via the rim channel,

The rim is characterized in that at least in the front, the inner surface is located outside the foot of the toilet bowl.

In the western-style flush toilet of the second aspect of the invention, since at least the inner side of the rim is located outward of the foot of the toilet bowl, contamination is hardly attached to the rim.

In addition, in the western flush toilet of the second aspect of the invention, since the inner surface of the rim is located outside the foot surface of the toilet portion, contamination is present at a position that is easy to see by the cleaner, so that the cleaning can be performed sufficiently. do. However, the ease of wiping during cleaning is slightly inferior to the western-style flush toilet of the first invention.

In the western-style flush toilet of the second invention, at least on the front side, if the inner surface of the rim is located outward from the foot of the toilet bowl portion, the minimum effect of the second invention can be obtained. And it is preferable that the inner surface of the rim is located outward of the foot of the toilet bowl at all stages of the toilet bowl.

It is preferable that the western-style toilet main body which concerns on 1st, 2nd invention has the edge part which forms a rim channel in the boundary of a toilet part and a rim. This is because the washing water discharged from the cleaning device does not immediately flow into the toilet bowl, but rather flows out into the toilet bowl gradually while turning sufficiently in the rim channel, thereby improving the cleaning effect of the entire toilet bowl.

In the Western flush toilets of the first and second inventions, the rim channel may be opened around the circumference between the inner surface of the rim and the foot surface of the toilet bowl. That is an open rim. In this way, the advantage of manufacturing cost can be acquired.

On the other hand, in the Western flush toilets of the first and second inventions, the rim channel can be opened by a catcher between the inner surface of the rim and the foot surface of the toilet bowl. That is the closed rim. In this case, although there is a disadvantage in manufacturing cost, since the amount of water stored in the toilet bowl is easy to be adjusted by the catcher, the cleaning ability of the entire toilet bowl can be improved.                 

{Third invention}

However, in the conventional Western-style flush toilet, if it is used in a cold district, for example, there is a fear that the washing water in the trap part is frozen, which makes it impossible to use the cold chamber or destroys it.

It is also conceivable to provide a heater below this trap part. In this case, even when used in a cold region, the trap portion can be heated by the heater, so that freezing of the washing water in the trap portion and the like can be prevented, and the usable state of the cold phase and prevention of destruction can be realized.

However, in such a Western-style flush toilet, even if the heater is provided in a trap part, for example, the washing water in the jet pipe may freeze. In particular, this Western-style flush toilet has a larger tendency than the conventional one in which the western-style toilet main body has a jet channel because the jet pipe is separate from the western-type toilet main body provided with a heater. At this time, if the jet pipe is heated by a heater different from the heater that heats the trap part, the manufacturing cost increases significantly. In this way, the manufacturing cost and maintenance cost can be reduced, and the maintenance and destruction prevention of the usable state in the cold term are incompatible.

The third invention has been made in view of the above-mentioned conventional situation, and has to be solved to provide a Western-style flush toilet capable of attaining a reduction in manufacturing cost and maintenance cost, and prevention of maintenance and destruction of the usable state in the cold season. We assume three problems.

The western-style flush toilet of the third invention includes a toilet section, a trap section connected to a lower end of the toilet section, and a jet port provided in the trap section to eject washing water along the trap section. The trap part is constituted by a Western-style toilet body made of pottery, and the jet port is a western-style flush toilet configured by a jet nozzle connected by a cleaning device capable of discharging the cleaning water and a jet pipe.

The jet pipe is heated by a heater for heating the trap part.

In the Western-style flush toilet of the third aspect of the invention, since the pipe for jet is heated by a heater for heating the trap part, the freezing of the washing water in the jet pipe can be prevented even when used in a cold district. For this reason, the maintenance cost by water saving can be reduced, and the maintenance of the usable state in a cold and prevention of destruction can be compatible. In addition, since an independent heater for jet piping is unnecessary, the manufacturing cost can be reduced.

It is preferable to employ | adopt what made the surface shape as a heater. Such heaters are known. With such a heater, the trap part can be easily enclosed, and the effect of the third invention can be realized by placing the jet pipe in the vicinity of the heater. Moreover, with such a heater, the trap part and the piping for jet can be easily enclosed, and the effect of the 3rd invention can be implement | achieved.

The Western toilet body may be formed with an opening for guiding the inside of the jet pipe. On the other hand, the heater is usually provided with a cord that is connected to an external power source. It is preferable to open this cord in the opening formed in the western-style toilet main body. Otherwise, an opening for inserting the cord must be separately formed in the western toilet bowl body, making manufacturing of the western toilet bowl body cumbersome and at the same time causing an increase in the manufacturing cost. Such an opening is preferably penetrated at a position that is easy to see from above. This is because the assembly of the Western flush toilet is improved.

As the washing apparatus, in addition to a conventionally known washing tank, one that can be directly connected to a water supply pipe such as a water pipe for supplying washing water from the outside and capable of discharging the washing water by opening and closing the valve can be adopted. The effect of 3rd invention is large when employing the latter washing | cleaning apparatus. The former washing apparatus stores and discharges the washing water once, and is heated by another heater or the like during storage, and it is relatively easy to prevent freezing of the washing water in the jet pipe. This is because, since new washing water is discharged from an external water supply pipe, washing water existing outside flows into the jet pipe, and freezing there is likely to occur in the cold season.

{4th invention}

However, in the conventional Western-style flush toilet, the production cost increases because the barrier material of the trap part and the barrier material of the jet pipe are separate bodies.

The fourth invention has been made in view of the above-described conventional situation, and a fourth problem to be solved is to provide a Western-style flush toilet capable of realizing a reduction in manufacturing cost.

The western-style flush toilet of the fourth invention includes a toilet section, a trap section connected to a lower end of the toilet section, and a jet port provided in the trap section to eject washing water along the trap section. The trap part is constituted by a Western-style toilet body made of pottery, and the jet port is a western-type flush toilet configured by a jet nozzle connected by a cleaning device capable of discharging the cleaning water and a jet pipe.

The jet pipe is discharged by a barrier material which discharges the trap part.

In the western-style flush toilet of the fourth aspect of the invention, since the jet pipe is discharged by the barrier material which discharges into the trap part, the barrier material of the jet pipe is not required, and the manufacturing cost can be reduced.

The Western toilet body may be formed with an opening for guiding the pipe for the jet inside. In the case of having such an opening, the opening needs to be sealed. Otherwise, new air containing moisture penetrates into the interior including the trap portion and the pipe for the jet, resulting in inferior effect. Such an opening is preferably penetrated at a position that is easy to see from above. This is because the assembly of the Western flush toilet is improved.

As the washing apparatus, in addition to a conventionally known washing tank, one that can be directly connected to a water supply pipe such as a water pipe for supplying washing water from the outside and capable of discharging the washing water by opening and closing the valve can be adopted. The effect of 4th invention is large when employing the latter washing | cleaning apparatus. The former washing device stores and discharges the washing water once. Since the washing water in the jet pipe tends to be equal to the temperature in the toilet at the time of storage, condensation is unlikely to occur on the outer surface of the jet pipe. This is because, since new washing water is discharged from an external water supply pipe from time to time, washing water existing in the jet pipe flows easily, causing a difference in temperature inside and outside the jet pipe, and condensation therein if a barrier material is not provided. .

{5th invention}

However, in the conventional western flush toilet, when the rinsing device is provided to discharge the washing water from the left and right in the rim channel, whether the rim is the open rim or the closed rim, the washing water is in the rim channel and / or the toilet. Because they collide in front of wealth, strange sounds are produced during collisions, resulting in lack of quietness. Moreover, in such a Western-style flush toilet, the washing water may scatter to the floor surface due to the collision of the washing water in front of the toilet bowl, and the floor surface may be wetted.

In this regard, if the western flush toilet adopts a closed rim, for example, even if the cleaning device is provided in the rim channel to flush the washing water from both sides, the washing water is easily turned in the toilet bowl, By inclining the catcher penetrating the lower wall portion to secure the discharge performance, as a result, the collision at the front of the toilet bowl portion of the washing water can be alleviated to achieve a certain level of quietness while preventing the scattering of the washing water on the floor surface. can do. However, with this, the structure of the rim is complicated because it must penetrate exactly through the sand shooter, and the number of manufacturing processes increases, and further, the manufacturing cost rises. In addition, in this Western-style flush toilet, the mixing of the washing water and the air occurs in the closed rim at the start of washing, and since the mixed water is taken out from the plurality of catching holes, it is easy to produce strange sounds at this time, too. have. Thus, as long as the closed rim is employed, for example, even if the cleaning device is provided to discharge the washing water from one direction in the rim channel, problems of the increase and quietness of these manufacturing costs may remain.

The fifth invention has been made in view of the above-mentioned conventional situation, and is excellent in quietness and has no fear of wetting the floor surface. It is excellent in washing ability of toilet bowl and discharge performance of dirt, and it is possible to realize lower cost of manufacturing unit. To provide a fifth task to be solved.

Western-style flush toilet of the fifth invention, Western toilet main body having a toilet, a rim formed in the upper edge of the toilet and having a rim passageway therein, and a trap connected to the lower end of the toilet,

In the Western flush toilet provided with a washing device capable of discharging the washing water in the rim channel, the washing water discharged from the cleaning device is provided for cleaning the toilet unit via a singer rim channel,

The rim exposes the rim channel to the toilet bowl, and the cleaning device is provided so as to discharge the washing water from one direction in the rim channel.

In this western-style flush toilet, the washing water is discharged from the washing apparatus toward the rim channel. Since the flushing water is discharged from only one direction, the flushing water flows gradually into the toilet section while guiding the inside of the rim channel in one direction, and turns the toilet section in one direction (turns to one side) and is discharged through the trap section. do. For this reason, this abnormal sound does not occur because the washing water does not collide in the rim channel and / or in front of the toilet bowl. In this Western-style flush toilet, since the open rim exposes the rim channel to the toilet, mixing of the wash water and air does not occur at the start of cleaning, and the wash water passes through an opening wider than the catch port of the closed rim. At this time, strange sounds do not occur because they are shot. For this reason, quietness is excellent.

Moreover, in such a Western-style flush toilet, since the collision of the washing water from the front of the toilet part does not occur, there is no scattering of the washing water and the floor surface is not wetted. Moreover, in this western-style flush toilet, the washing | cleaning ability of a toilet part can be ensured by strengthening the force of washing water. Also, since the flushing water is discharged while turning the toilet bowl in one direction (turning to one side), the waste water discharge performance is also excellent.

In addition, since this Western-style flush toilet does not have a water catcher, the structure of the rim is simplified, the number of manufacturing steps is small, and further, the manufacturing cost can be reduced.

It is preferable that the western-style toilet main body which concerns on 5th invention has a partition which isolate | separates a rim channel from a rear side. In this case, since the washing water is not guided to the rear side, there is no wasteful use of the washing water and the water saving effect is high.

Moreover, it is preferable that the western-style toilet main body which concerns on 5th invention has the edge part which forms a rim channel in the boundary of a toilet part and a rim. In this case, since the end portion reliably forms the rim channel, the washing water discharged from the washing apparatus is easily guided to the downstream side, and the cleaning in the toilet bowl is sufficient, and at the same time, the discharge performance of the dirt can be further improved. .

It is preferable that this end part is formed so that the washing water may be guided to the toilet part and the downstream side on the upstream side of the washing water discharged from the washing apparatus, and the washing water may be guided only to the toilet part on the most downstream side. In this case, since the washing | cleaning water discharged from a washing | cleaning apparatus does not flow to the toilet part immediately from the upstream side of a rim channel, it is guided to the most downstream side and flows into the toilet part, and washing | cleaning in a toilet part can fully be performed. Moreover, by this, the washing water is easy to turn in the toilet bowl, and the waste discharge performance can be improved. In addition, since the washing water is guided only to the toilet part at the downstream side, the washing water is not circulated again, or left in the rim channel, etc., so that the use of the washing water is unnecessary and the water saving effect is high.

{Sixth invention}

However, in the conventional Western-style flush toilet shown in FIG. 28, the washing water jetted by the jet port 93 from the cleaning device by the position and shape of the upper side wall surface 92a of the trap portion 92 is the upper side wall surface. By 92a, it is reflected in various directions. In addition, when the washing water is not reflected toward the drain passage 92b of the trap portion 92 by the upper side wall surface 92a, the washing water is subjected to a large resistance until reaching the drain opening 92b. In addition, the washing water reflected by the upper side wall surface 92a may collide with each other. Therefore, drainage property may fall and it may become a cause of the fall of siphon action. In order to compensate for such a decrease in siphon action, that is, a decrease in the ability to discharge dirt, a large amount of washing water must be used.                 

The sixth invention has been made in view of the above-described conventional situation, and has a sixth problem to be solved by providing a Western-style flush toilet capable of sufficiently discharging dirt with a minimum amount of washing water.

The western-style flush toilet of the sixth aspect of the invention has a toilet bowl, a trap section connected to a lower end of the toilet bowl section, and a western-style flush toilet comprising a jet port provided in the trap section to eject washing water along the trap section.

The trap portion is characterized in that a reflecting surface for reflecting the washing water jetted from the jet port toward the drain port of the trap part is formed.

In the western flush toilet of the sixth invention, a reflecting surface for reflecting the washing water jetted from the jet port toward the drain port of the trap part is formed in the trap part. For this reason, the reflected washing water is discharged to the drain port without colliding with the wall surface on the downstream side of the reflecting surface, and the washing waters are less likely to collide with each other. This improves drainage and makes the siphon action strong.

It is preferable that the reflecting surface reflects the washing water jetted from the jet port in the vertical direction. As a result, the reflected washing water is further discharged by gravity. This further improves drainage, makes siphoning stronger, and increases the ability to discharge dirt.

In addition, it is preferable that the reflecting surface equals the angle formed by the imaginary line perpendicular to the reflecting surface and the jetting direction of the washing water by the jet port, and the angle formed by the center line of the imaginary line and the drain port. In this case, since the washing water jetted from the jet port is guided toward the center of the drain water by one reflection by the reflecting surface, the washing water reaches the drain port with the force maintained, and the siphon action can be enhanced by the high drainage. Can be. On the other hand, otherwise, since the washing water injected from the jet port collides with the drain several times, the washing water has a large resistance, resulting in a large decrease in discharge rate, low drainage, and a low siphon action.

The jet port is preferably provided to eject the washing water along the lower wall surface of the trap part. The dirt which may remain in the flowing water is settled on the lower side wall surface of a trap part with passage of time. For this reason, if the jet port ejects the washing water along the lower wall surface of the trap part, the sediment can be discharged without leaving the trap part, so that the dirt can be discharged reliably.

The lower part of the trap part which ensures the flow of water is a storage part which stores a small amount of slurry as much as possible at the time of baking injection molding, and it is continuous with this storage part, and is parallel to the injection direction of the washing water by a jet hole. It is preferable that the lower side wall surface is extended. The ceramic toilet bowl body constituting the Western-style flush toilet of the sixth invention is generally molded by vane injection molding because of its complicated shape. When molding in this way, it is convenient that the storage part stored for discharging a slurry is provided in the lower part of the flow part of the trap part which ensures flowing water. If such a storage part stores a large amount of slurry, the lower side wall surface of the trap part continuous with this storage part will not extend in parallel with the injection direction of the washing water by a jet port. In this way, the deposit which precipitated on the lower side wall surface of a trap part is easy to remain in a trap part. On the other hand, if the reservoir stores the slurry as little as possible, the lower wall surface of the trap can extend in parallel with the jetting direction of the washing water by the jet port. In this case, the precipitate which precipitates on the lower side wall surface of the trap part is hard to remain in the trap part.

As a washing | cleaning apparatus, besides washing tanks, such as a conventionally well-known low tank, the thing which can be directly connected to water supply pipes, such as a water pipe which supplies washing water from the outside, and which can discharge washing water by opening and closing of a valve | bulb can be employ | adopted. The effect of 6th invention is large when employing the latter washing | cleaning apparatus. In other words, when the jet port is connected to the latter cleaning device, the washing water with high force is more likely to be ejected from the jet port than when the jet port is connected to the former cleaning device.

{Seventh invention}

However, in the said conventional western-style flush toilet shown in FIG. 29, the miniaturization of the western-style toilet main body 91 is not examined, and it is easy to enlarge it as a whole. For this reason, in recent years, space saving is not aimed at, and the toilet which cannot secure a comparatively large space is further narrowed.

The seventh invention has been made in view of the above-mentioned conventional situation, and has a seventh problem to be solved by providing a Western-style flush toilet with miniaturization.

In order to solve the above problems, the inventors earnestly examined and came to complete the seventh invention by paying attention to the front end of the trap part, the rear wall of the trap part, and the toilet seat attachment hole forming the running water in the toilet part.

That is, the western-style flush toilet of the seventh aspect of the invention has a toilet bowl body and a western toilet bowl body having a trap part connected to a lower end of the toilet bowl part, and the toilet part is washed with washing water, and the rear part is flush with the trap part. In the Western-style flush toilet for draining the washing water,

The front end of the trap part forming the running water in the toilet part is located before the rear end of the toilet part.

As shown in Fig. 29, the conventional western-style flush toilet has a toilet 93 at the front end 95d of the trap 95 that forms a running water in the toilet 93 in the western toilet main body 91. Be sure to be located behind the rear end 93a. For this reason, the total length of the western-style toilet main body 91 comprised by the toilet part 93 and the trap part 95 becomes inevitably long. On the other hand, in the western-style flush toilet of the 7th invention, the front end of the said trap part is located before the rear end of the toilet part, and the whole length of the western-style toilet main body is shortened.

Here, the front end of the trap part is a part which forms the flow water in the toilet part, and is the uppermost position of the inner bottom surface which forms the inverted U-shaped channel. The tip end of this trap part is determined as one point or a horizontal line by the cross-sectional shape orthogonal to the discharge direction of a trap part. In addition, the rear end of the toilet bowl part is the rearmost part in the opening to the upper part of the toilet part when it does not have a rim, and is the rearmost part in the boundary of the rim when it has a rim. The rear end of this toilet part is also determined as one point or a horizontal line.

In the western-style flush toilet of the seventh aspect of the invention, it is preferable that the rear wall of the trap portion is located before the rear end of the toilet portion. That is, as shown in FIG. 29, the conventional western flush toilet is necessarily located behind the rear wall 93e of the trap 95 at the rear end 93a of the toilet 93. As shown in FIG. For this reason, the total length of the western-style toilet main body 91 is inevitably lengthening. In contrast, in the western-style flush toilet of the seventh invention in which the rear wall of the trap portion is located before the rear end of the toilet portion, the overall length of the western-style toilet body is further shortened.

Usually, in the western flush toilet, a pair of toilet seat attachment holes for attaching a toilet seat, a toilet seat with a heating function, a toilet seat with a local cleaning function, etc. are formed behind the toilet bowl. In the western-style flush toilet of the 7th invention, it is also preferable that the front end of a trap part is located in front of each toilet seat attachment hole. That is, as shown in Fig. 29, the conventional western flush toilet is always positioned at the front end 95d of the trap section 95 behind the toilet seat attachment hole 96. For this reason, the total length of the western-style toilet main body 91 is inevitably lengthening. On the other hand, in the western-style flush toilet of the 7th invention in which the front end of a trap part is located in front of each toilet seat attachment hole, the total length of a western toilet main body is further shortened.

In the western-style flush toilet of the 7th invention, it is preferable that the downstream side bends forward rather than the front end of a trap part. If the total length of the western-style toilet main body is shortened, the base part which hides a trap part at least can also become small. In this way, when the pedestal portion is made small, the discharge port of the trap portion is likely to be close to the wall surface of the rear side in the pedestal portion, and there is a possibility that it cannot be properly connected to the drain socket. In this point, if the downstream side is bent forward from the front end of the trap part, even if the pedestal part is made smaller, the discharge port can be connected to the drain socket very well away from the wall surface of the rear side in the pedestal part.

As the washing apparatus, in addition to a conventionally known washing tank or the like, one that can be directly connected to a water supply pipe such as a water pipe for supplying washing water from the outside and capable of discharging the washing water by opening and closing the valve can be adopted. The effect of the seventh invention is great when the latter washing apparatus is employed. The former washing apparatus stores and discharges the washing water once, so that a considerable volume is required. For this reason, the effect of 7th invention will be reduced if the former washing | cleaning apparatus which requires considerable volume is employ | adopted, employing the western-style toilet main body which concerns on 7th invention in order to enlarge the narrow toilet. In view of this, if the latter cleaning device is employed, the effect of the seventh invention can be conspicuous because the conventional cleaning tank is not required, so that the narrow toilet can be enlarged.

{Eighth invention}

However, in the conventional Western-style flush toilet shown in FIG. 30, the miniaturization of the western-style toilet main body 91 is not examined, and it is easy to enlarge it as a whole. For this reason, in recent years, space saving is not aimed at, and the toilet which cannot secure a comparatively large space is further narrowed.

The eighth invention has been made in view of the above-mentioned conventional situation, and has an eighth problem to be solved by providing a Western-style flush toilet with miniaturization.

MEANS TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM In order to solve the said subject, earnestly examined and focused on the center of the inlet_port | entrance extended in the direction from a toilet bowl part to a trap part, and completed the 8th invention.                 

That is, the western-style flush toilet of the eighth invention includes a toilet bowl body and a western toilet bowl body having a trap part connected to the lower end of the toilet bowl, and washes the toilet bowl with washing water, and moves to the rear side according to the trap part. In the Western-style flush toilet for draining the washing water,

The center of the inlet extending in the horizontal direction of the trap part from the toilet part to the trap part is located before the center in the horizontal direction of the toilet part.

As shown in Fig. 30, the conventional Western-style flush toilet has a central toilet TO of the inlet TI extending in the horizontal direction of the trap section 95 from the toilet section 93 to the trap section 95. It is necessarily located behind the center BO in the horizontal direction of the section 93. For this reason, the total length of the western-style toilet main body 91 comprised by the toilet part 93 and the trap part 95 is necessarily lengthening in the front-back direction. On the other hand, in the western-style flush toilet of 8th invention, the center of the inlet of the said trap part is located before the center of the toilet part, and the whole length of a western-style toilet main body is shortened to front-back direction.

The inlet portion of the trap portion extends in the horizontal direction as a portion from the toilet portion to the trap portion. The part from the toilet part to a trap part is determined by the lower end of the rear wall of a toilet part. As shown in Fig. 21, the center TO of the inlet TI of the trap part is formed at each stage in the front-rear direction of the inlet TI because the inlet TI is formed symmetrically in the normal toilet bowl body. If TR, TF) is one point, it is the midpoint of the line segment TL connecting the rear end TR and the front end TF. In addition, as shown in FIG. 22, if at least one end of the front-back direction of the entrance TI is horizontal line TH, it is determined similarly by the midpoint THO of those or those horizontal lines TH.

In addition, as shown in Fig. 23, the center BO in the horizontal direction of the toilet bowl B has a lateral symmetry of the toilet bowl B since the toilet bowl B is formed symmetrically in an ordinary Western toilet main body. If each stage of is 1 point, it is determined by the water line assumed in the middle between the water line BR placed at the rear end and the water line BF placed at the front end. As shown in FIG. 24, if at least one end of the front-rear direction of the toilet bowl B is the horizontal line BH, it is determined similarly by the waterline BHO which sets it in the midpoint of that or those horizontal lines BH.

In the western-style flush toilet of 8th invention, it is preferable that the upstream side is formed by the rear wall of a toilet part rather than the front end of a trap part. If the upstream side is formed by a wall different from the rear wall of the toilet bowl, the wall has a thickness in the front-rear direction, and a gap having a thickness in the front-rear direction also occurs between the rear wall of the toilet bowl and the wall. By these dimensions, the entire length of the western-style toilet main body is lengthened in the front-rear direction. On the other hand, if the upstream side is formed by the rear wall of the toilet bowl, the dimension does not arise, and the entire length of the western-style toilet main body is shortened in the front-back direction.

Here, the front end of the trap part is a part which forms the flow water in the toilet part, and is the uppermost position of the inner bottom surface which forms the inverted U-shaped channel. The tip end of this trap part is determined as one point or a horizontal line by the cross-sectional shape orthogonal to the discharge direction of a trap part.

Moreover, in the western flush toilet of 8th invention, when the trap part has a cylindrical part which makes an inner surface a cylindrical surface upstream rather than a front end, it is preferable that the axial line of the cylindrical part extends 45 degree or more with respect to a horizontal direction. In this way, shortening in the front-back direction of the western-style toilet main body by a trap part can be realized, ensuring the water level of flowing water.

Moreover, in the western-style flush toilet of 8th invention, it is preferable that the downstream side bends forward rather than the front end of a trap part. If the overall length of the western-style toilet body is shortened, the pedestal portion at least concealing the trap portion can be made smaller. In this way, if the pedestal portion is made small, the discharge port of the trap portion is likely to be close to the wall surface of the rear side in the pedestal portion, and there is a possibility that it cannot be properly connected to the drain socket. In this point, when the downstream side is bent forward from the front end of the trap part, even if the pedestal part is made small, the discharge port can be connected to the drain socket properly from the wall surface of the rear side in the pedestal part.

As the washing apparatus, in addition to a conventionally known washing tank or the like, one that can be directly connected to a water supply pipe such as a water pipe for supplying washing water from the outside and capable of discharging the washing water by opening and closing the valve can be adopted. The effect of 8th invention is large when employing the latter washing | cleaning apparatus. The former washing | cleaning apparatus stores a washing water once and discharges, and a considerable volume is needed. For this reason, while employing the western-style toilet main body which concerns on 8th invention in order to enlarge the narrow toilet, if the former washing | cleaning apparatus which requires considerable volume is employ | adopted, the effect of 8th invention will be reduced. In view of this, if the latter cleaning device is employed, the effect of the eighth invention can be remarkable to achieve the enlargement of a narrow toilet because no conventional cleaning tank is required.

{Ninth invention}                 

However, in the above-mentioned conventional Western flush toilet, a siphon action is generated by the trap part while employing a cleaning tank such as a low tank for storing the washing water once, as a cleaning device, and thus the water saving effect was not sufficient.

That is, it is difficult for the washing tank to delicately adjust the amount of washing water discharged. For this reason, in the western-style flush toilet which employs a washing tank, it is easy to use a large amount of washing water as a result for sufficient discharge of wastewater.

Moreover, the edge part of the trap part which generate | occur | produces a siphon action is a part of the potty-type toilet bowl main body, and it is hard to be formed with high precision. For this reason, in this Western-style flush toilet, washing water must be used in large quantities so that the siphon action can be surely produced.

The ninth invention has been made in view of the above-described conventional situation, and has a ninth problem to be solved by providing a Western-style flush toilet capable of sufficiently discharging wastewater with a small amount of washing water.

The western-style flush toilet of the ninth invention includes a western-type toilet main body having a toilet section and a trap section connected to a lower end of the toilet section, and in the western flush toilet which washes the toilet section with washing water,

It is directly connected to the water pipe which supplies washing water from the outside, and is provided with the washing | cleaning apparatus which can discharge the said washing | cleaning water of water pressure by opening and closing of a valve, and the outlet of the said trap part is made of resin which has a hole which produces siphon action inside. Drain socket is provided, characterized in that the drain socket is connected to the drain pipe protruding from the floor surface.

In the western-style flush toilet of the ninth invention, since the washing apparatus is directly connected to the water pipe for supplying the washing water from the outside and can discharge the washing water at the water pressure by opening and closing the valve, a low tank or the like for storing the conventional washing water once Unlike the washing tank, the amount of washing water discharged by opening and closing the valve is easily controlled. For this reason, it is possible to discharge the minimum amount of the washing water that can sufficiently discharge the dirt in the Western flush toilet employing such a washing apparatus.

In addition, in the western-style flush toilet of the ninth invention, since the drain socket made of resin is employed, the hole can be formed with high precision and easily. For this reason, in the Western flush toilet employing a drain socket made of resin, even if a minimum amount of washing water is used, the siphon action can be surely produced.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Sectional drawing of the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 in 1st, 2nd invention.

Fig. 2 is a sectional view of a Western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2 according to the first and second inventions.

3 is an enlarged cross-sectional view of a main part of the western-style flush toilet of the third embodiment in the first and second inventions.

Fig. 4 is a longitudinal sectional view of the western-style flush toilet of the first embodiment in the third and fourth inventions.                 

Fig. 5 is a plan view of a western toilet bowl body according to a Western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 of the third and fourth inventions.

Fig. 6 is a cross sectional view of a western-style flush toilet of the first embodiment in the third and fourth inventions.

The main part longitudinal cross-sectional view of the western style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 in 3rd, 4th invention.

Fig. 8 is a cross-sectional view of a western flush toilet of Embodiment 2 according to the third and fourth inventions.

Fig. 9 is a longitudinal sectional view of an essential part of a western-type flush toilet of Embodiment 3 according to the third and fourth inventions.

Fig. 10 is a plan view of a western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 according to the fifth invention.

Fig. 11 is a sectional view of a western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 according to the fifth invention.

12 is an enlarged cross-sectional view of an end portion or the like in position I of FIG. 10 according to Embodiment 1 of the fifth invention.

FIG. 13 is an enlarged cross-sectional view of an end portion or the like in position II of FIG. 10 according to the first embodiment in the fifth invention. FIG.

14 is an enlarged sectional view of an end portion or the like in position III of FIG. 10 according to Embodiment 1 of the fifth invention;

Fig. 15 is a plan view of the western-style flush toilet of the second embodiment of the fifth invention.

Fig. 16 is a sectional view of a western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 according to the sixth invention.                 

Fig. 17 is a sectional view of a western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2 according to the sixth invention.

The longitudinal cross-sectional view of the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 in 7th invention.

The longitudinal cross-sectional view of the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2 in 7th invention.

20 is a longitudinal cross-sectional view of a western-style flush toilet according to Embodiment 3 of the seventh invention.

Fig. 21 is a top view of an inlet of a trap section according to the eighth invention.

The top view of the entrance of the other trap part which concerns on 8th invention.

The top view of the toilet bowl part which concerns on 8th invention.

The top view of the other toilet part which concerns on 8th invention.

The longitudinal cross-sectional view of the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 in 8th invention.

The longitudinal cross-sectional view of the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2 in 8th invention.

It is sectional drawing of the western-style flush toilet of embodiment in 9th invention.

28 is a cross-sectional view of a conventional Western-style flush toilet.

29 is a longitudinal cross-sectional view of a conventional Western-style flush toilet.

30 is a longitudinal sectional view of a conventional Western-style flush toilet.

 {1st, 2nd invention}

EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION Hereinafter, Embodiment 1 thru | or 3 which actualized 1st, 2nd invention are demonstrated, referring drawings.

(Embodiment 1)

As shown in FIG. 1, the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 is equipped with the western-style toilet main body 1 made of earthenware, and the distributor 2 which is a part of the washing | cleaning apparatus provided in the back of this western-style toilet main body 1, have. In addition, the washing | cleaning tank, the toilet seat, and the toilet lid which comprise a part of washing | cleaning apparatus are abbreviate | omitted in illustration.

The western-style toilet main body 1 has a toilet seat 3 which receives feces, a trap part 4 connected to the lower end of the toilet part 3, and a toilet seat 3 and a base covering the trap part 4. It has a part (5). The rear part of this western-style toilet main body 1 is provided with the mounting part 6 which mounts a washing tank, and the resin distributor 2 is provided in this mounting part 6.

Moreover, the open rim 8 is formed in all upper edges of the toilet part 3. The open rim 8 has an upper wall portion 8a projecting substantially horizontally inwardly from the upper edge of the toilet bowl 3, and an inner wall portion extending in a substantially vertical direction from the inner end of the upper wall portion 8a. (8b). The inside of the open rim 8 protrudes substantially parallel to the upper wall portion 8a to form an end 8c, and the inside of the open rim 8 is discharged from the distributor 2 by this end 8c. A rim channel 7 for guiding the washed water is formed.

As a characteristic constitution of this Western-style flush toilet, the inner surface of the inner wall portion 8b in the open rim 8 is the foot surface 3a of the toilet bowl 3 in all the upper edges of the toilet bowl 3. It is the same side. Thus, the rim channel 7 is opened by the opening 7a all around the inner wall portion 8b and the foot surface 3a.

In the western flush toilet configured as described above, the washing water supplied from the washing tank is discharged from the distributor 2 toward the rim channel 7 and flows down to the toilet bowl 3 while turning, and the It discharges via the trap part 4, washing | cleaning the foot surface 3a.

In this Western-style flush toilet, since the inner surface of the inner wall portion 8b is the same surface as the foot surface 3a, when used, it is the rear side of the upper wall portion 8a or the rear side of the inner wall portion 8b. The contamination scattered by the rim channel 7 is difficult to attach. For this reason, it does not become a source of odors, such as ammonia odor, and does not give a user unpleasant feeling. It is also hygienic.

Moreover, in this western-style flush toilet, contamination of the toilet part 3 near the open rim 8 exists in the position which is easy to see by the person who cleans, and it becomes easy to confirm the situation of attachment and removal of a contamination. . In addition, since the inner surface of the inner wall portion 8b has the same surface as the foot surface 3a, the contamination is easily wiped off by wiping once during cleaning. For this reason, the cleaning can be performed sufficiently.

Moreover, in this western flush toilet, since it has the edge part 8c which forms the rim channel 7 at the boundary of the toilet part 3 and the open rim 8, washing water does not flow down immediately, While turning enough by the furnace 8d, it gradually flows down to the foot surface 3a of the toilet bowl 3. For this reason, compared with the case where there is no end part 8d, the washing | cleaning effect of the whole toilet part 3 can be improved much more.

Therefore, this western flush toilet is hard to adhere to the open rim 8, furthermore, strange smells and the like are less likely to occur, and it is pleasant to the user and hygienic. In addition, this Western-style flush toilet can obtain the advantages of manufacturing cost.

(Embodiment 2)

In the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2, as shown in FIG. 2, the closed rim 10 is formed in all upper edges of the toilet bowl 3. The closed rim 10 has an upper wall portion 10ab protruding substantially horizontally inwardly from the upper edge of the toilet bowl 3, and an inner wall portion extending in a substantially vertical direction from an inner end of the upper wall portion 10a ( 10b) and a lower wall portion 10c connecting the lower end of the inner wall portion 10b to the toilet bowl 3. Inside this closed rim 10, the rim channel 9 similar to Embodiment 1 is formed by these.

As a characteristic constitution of this western-style flush toilet, the inner surface of the inner wall portion 10b of the closed rim 10 is the foot surface 3a of the toilet bowl 3 in all upper edges of the toilet bowl 3. It is the same side. The lower side wall part 10c penetrates a some sand dune opening which is not shown in figure which opens downward, and the rim channel 9 opens at all rounds with the foot surface 3a of the inner side wall part 10b through these sand dunes. It is opened by (9a). The other configuration is the same as that in the first embodiment.

In the Western flush toilet configured as described above, the washing water in the rim passage 9 is watered toward the toilet part 3 via the water catcher and the opening 9a. And it is difficult to attach sewage to the inner rim channel 9 through the front side or catcher port of the lower wall part 10c.

In addition, in this Western-style flush toilet, although there is a disadvantage in manufacturing cost, since the amount of water to be watered by the toilet bowl 3 can be easily adjusted by the catcher, the washing ability of the entire toilet bowl 3 can be improved. The other effect is the same as that of Embodiment 1.

(Embodiment 3)

As shown in FIG. 3, the western-style flush toilet of the third embodiment has an open rim 18 having an inner wall portion 18b formed outside the western flush toilet of the first embodiment. . For this reason, the inner surface of the inner side wall part 18b is located outward from the foot surface 3a of the toilet bowl 3. The other configuration is the same as that in the first embodiment.

In the Western-style flush toilet comprised as mentioned above, since the inside surface of the inner side wall part 18b is located outside the foot surface 3a of the toilet part 3, the ease of cleaning at the time of cleaning is the western-style flush type of Embodiment 1, 2 It's a bit lagging behind the toilet, but other effects can be achieved as well.

{3rd and 4th invention}

EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION Hereinafter, Embodiment 1 thru | or 3 which actualized 3rd, 4th invention are demonstrated, referring drawings.

(Embodiment 1)

As shown in FIG. 4, the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 is a washing | cleaning apparatus incorporating a valve directly connected to the western-style toilet main body 1 made of ceramics, and the water pipe which does not show the supply of washing water from the outside ( Has 2). In addition, the toilet seat and the toilet lid are not shown.

As shown in FIG. 5, the western-style toilet main body 1 is formed in the toilet part 3 which receives soil, and the periphery of the upper edge of this toilet part 3, and wash water flows into the toilet part 3 The rim 4 which has the rim channel 4a which can be lowered inside, and the trap part 5 connected to the lower end of the toilet bowl 3 are provided, as shown in FIG. The nozzle port 5a penetrates through the bottom of the primary side of the trap part 5. The rear part of the rim 4 is provided with a mounting portion 6 extending flat, the toilet portion 3 and the trap portion 5 is a pedestal portion 7 extending downward from the rim 4 and the mounting portion 6 Is concealed by). As shown in FIG. 4 and FIG. 5, the opening 7a which penetrates inside is formed in the center of the back part of the pedestal part 7. As shown to FIG.

As shown in FIG. 4, the jet piping 8 is connected to the washing | cleaning apparatus 2, This jet piping 8 extends into the pedestal part 7 through the opening 7a. 7, the sealing material 13 which seals the jet piping 8 is provided in the outer side of the opening 7a. The jet piping 8 is connected to the jet nozzle 9 fixed to the nozzle port 5a. The jet port 9a of the jet nozzle 9 is configured to jet the washing water supplied from the cleaning device 2 along the trap section 5.

In addition, a rim pipe 10 connected to the cleaning device 2 is stored at the rear side of the rim channel 4a, and the rim pipe 10 carries the washing water supplied from the cleaning device 2 into the rim channel 4a. It is supposed to erupt. Moreover, the discharge port 11 which connects the discharge pipe (not shown) and the discharge port 5b which are provided under the floor of the toilet is provided in the discharge port 5b which is the secondary side of the trap part 5.

Moreover, in this western style flush toilet, as a characteristic structure, the bottom part of the toilet part 3 of the western flush toilet 1 and the primary side of the trap part 5 are surrounded by the planar heater 12. As shown in FIG. Jet piping 8 is adjacent to this heater 12, as shown in FIG. A cord (not shown) of the heater 12 is inserted into another opening (not shown) which penetrates the pedestal portion 7 of the western-style toilet main body 1, and a sealing material not shown is provided outside the opening to seal the cord. .

4 and 6, a peripheral edge is fixed to the inner surface of the pedestal 7 so as to surround the trap 5 and the jet pipe 8 below the heater 12. Then, a planar barrier material 13 which exposes the discharge port 5b of the trap part 5 is provided.

Since the heater 12 for heating the trap part 5 also heats the jet piping 8 in the Western flush toilet configured as described above, even when used in a cold region, the washing water in the jet piping 8 Freezing can be prevented. For this reason, the maintenance cost by water saving can be made low, and the maintenance of the usable condition of a cold can be prevented, and both can be prevented. In addition, since the heater for the jet pipe 8 is not necessary, the manufacturing cost can be reduced.

Therefore, according to this western-style flush toilet, both manufacturing cost and maintenance cost can be reduced, and maintenance of the usable state in the cold and prevention of destruction can be achieved. Moreover, since the opening 7a penetrates in the position which it is easy to see from the upper part, the assembly property of a Western-style flush toilet is improved.

Moreover, in this western-style flush toilet, since the opening 7a which penetrated the western-style toilet main body 1 is sealed, the opening inside the pedestal part 7 containing the trap part 5 and the jet piping 8 is opened ( No new air, including moisture, penetrates from 7a), and the barrier effect is excellent. Since the jet pipe 8 is discharged by the barrier material 13 which leads the trap part 5, the barrier material of the jet pipe 8 original is unnecessary, and manufacturing cost can be reduced.

(Embodiment 2)

In the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2, as shown in FIG. 8, the bottom part of the toilet part 3 of the western flush toilet 1, the primary side of the trap part 5, and the jet piping 8 are surface-shaped. It is surrounded by the heater 15 of the. The other configuration is the same as that in the first embodiment.

Even in this western-style flush toilet, the same effect as that of the first embodiment can be achieved.

(Embodiment 3)

In the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 3, as shown in FIG. 9, the cord 12a of the heater 12 is inserted in the opening 7a with the jet piping 8. Outside the opening 7a, the sealing material 16 which seals these jet piping 8 and the cord 12a is provided. Other configurations are the same as those in the first or second embodiment.

In this Western-style flush toilet, since the opening 7a for inserting the cord 12a does not need to be separately formed in the western-style toilet main body 1, manufacture of the western-style toilet main body 1 becomes easy, and The price can be realized and the look is also good. The other effect is the same as that of Embodiment 1 or Embodiment 2.

{5th invention}

EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION Hereinafter, Embodiment 1, 2 which actualized 5th invention is demonstrated, referring drawings.

(Embodiment 1)

As shown in FIG. 10 and FIG. 11, the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 is equipped with the western-style toilet main body 5 made of earthenware, and the washing | cleaning apparatus provided in this western-style toilet main body 5. As shown in FIG. In addition, the toilet seat and the toilet lid are not shown.

The western-style toilet main body 5 has a toilet part 1 which receives feces, an open rim 2 formed at the front circumference of the toilet part 1, and a trap part connected to the lower end of the toilet part 1. Have 3)

A washing tank (not shown), which is a part of the washing apparatus, is attached to the rear of the western-style toilet main body 5, and the washing tank is connected to a water pipe capable of supplying washing water by a pipe (not shown). The lower part of the washing | cleaning tank has the hose 8 extended to the right facing the western-style toilet main body 5 as another part of a washing | cleaning apparatus.

An end 6 protruding inward is formed at the boundary between the toilet 1 and the open rim 2, and a rim channel 4 is formed in the open rim 2 by the end 6. It is. The rim channel 4 is exposed to the toilet 1, and the washing water is passed through the opening 4a formed by the inner wall of the open rim 2 and the toilet 1. You are to shoot towards. The tip of the hose 8 is located in this rim channel 4.

As shown in FIGS. 12-14, the upper surface of the edge part 6 is formed by the internal inclined surface 6a inclined inward and the external inclined surface 6b inclined outward. As shown in FIG. 10 and FIG. 12, on the upstream side of the washing water discharged from the hose 8, the inner inclined surface 6a is a small area and the outer inclined surface 6b is a large area. As shown in FIG.10 and FIG.13, when it goes to the downstream side of the wash water discharged | emitted from the hose 8, the inner inclined surface 6a and the outer inclined surface 6b become almost equal area. 10 and 14, the inner sloped surface 6a has a large area and the outer sloped surface 6b has a small area at a further downstream side of the washing water discharged from the hose 8. Only the inner side inclined surface 6a is formed in the most downstream side.

10 and 11, the western-style toilet main body 5 has an arc-shaped partition wall 7 that isolates the rim channel 4 from the rear side.

In the western flush toilet configured as described above, the washing water is discharged from the washing tank to the rim channel 4 through the hose 8 by the input of the washing switch of the user. At this time, since the hose 8 is provided only on the right side facing the western toilet body 5, the discharged washing water is gradually flowed down to the toilet bowl 1 while being guided to the right through the rim channel 4 to the toilet bowl. We turn inside part (1). And it is discharged | emitted via the trap part 3 with dirt.

Thus, in this Western-style flush toilet, since the hose 8 is provided only on one side, the washing water does not collide in the rim channel 4 or in front of the toilet bowl 1, so that strange sounds are not generated. Do not. Moreover, in this western flush toilet, since the open rim 2 exposes the rim channel 4 to the toilet part 1, mixing of the washing water and air does not occur at the start of washing, and the washing water is Since the shot is made via the opening 4a which is wider than the catching port of the closed rim, no strange sound is produced at this time. For this reason, quietness is excellent.

Moreover, in such a Western-style flush toilet, since the collision of the washing | cleaning water in the front of the toilet part 1 does not generate | occur | produce, there is no scattering of the washing | cleaning water and it does not wet the floor surface. For this reason, there is no discomfort to the user. Moreover, in this western flush toilet, the washing | cleaning ability of the toilet part 1 can be ensured by strengthening the force of washing water. In addition, since the washing water is discharged while turning the toilet bowl 1 in one direction (turning to one side), the waste water discharge performance is also excellent.

In particular, in this Western-style flush toilet, since the upper surface of the end 6 is formed as described above, the washing water discharged from the hose 8 flows to the toilet bowl 1 immediately upstream of the rim channel 4. Since it is guided to the most downstream side and flows down into the toilet bowl part 1, washing | cleaning in the toilet bowl part 1 can fully be performed. Moreover, by this, the washing water is easily turned in the toilet bowl 1, and the discharge performance of the dirt can be improved. In addition, since the washing water is guided only to the toilet part 1 on the downstream side, the washing water is not circulated again or left in the rim water passage 4, so that the washing water is unnecessary and the water saving effect is high. .

In addition, in this Western-style flush toilet, since the western-style toilet main body 5 has the partition 7, there is no guiding the washing water to the rear side, so there is no wasteful use of the washing water and the water saving effect is high.

In addition, in this Western-style flush toilet, since there is no water catcher, the structure of the open rim 2 becomes simple, the number of manufacturing processes is small, and also the manufacturing cost can be reduced.

Therefore, this Western-style flush toilet is excellent in quietness and there is no fear of wetting the floor surface, and the washing | cleaning ability of the toilet part 1, the discharge performance of a dirt are excellent, and manufacturing cost can be realised.

(Embodiment 2)

As shown in FIG. 15, the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2 is equipped with the washing | cleaning apparatus 10 directly connected with the water pipe instead of the washing | cleaning apparatus in Embodiment 1. As shown in FIG. This washing | cleaning apparatus 10 is provided in the upper back part of the western-style toilet main body 11, is connected with the apparatus main body 10a directly connected with the water pipe, and this apparatus main body 10a, and faces the western-style toilet main body 1, And a pipe 10b extending to the left and a nozzle 10c provided at the tip of the pipe 10b and protruding into the rim channel 4. In the apparatus main body 10a, a valve (not shown) for opening and closing the passage connected to the pipe 10b is incorporated. The other configuration is the same as that in the first embodiment.

In the Western-type flush toilet configured as described above, the washing water in the water pipe is input from the pipe 10b to the nozzle 10c via the apparatus main body 10a of the cleaning device 10 by the input of the cleaning switch of the user. 4) is discharged into. At this time, since the nozzle 10c strengthens the force of the washing water, the washing water flows to the toilet bowl 1 while guiding the rim channel 4 with a strong force and turns, The cleaning effect can be enhanced. The other effect is the same as that of Embodiment 1.

{Sixth invention}

EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION Hereinafter, Embodiment 1, 2 which actualized 6th invention is demonstrated, referring drawings.

(Embodiment 1)

In the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1, as shown in FIG. 16, the toilet part 1 which has the foot surface 10a by the Western-style toilet main body 10 made from ceramics, and the bottom part of this toilet part 1 The trap part 2 is provided so that it may continue. The uppermost part of the trap part 2 becomes the reflecting surface 2a comprised substantially in a plane, and the reflecting surface 2a is connected to the drain outlet 2b of the lower side. The drain port 2b is connected to a drain pipe not shown through the drain socket 7. In addition, the toilet seat and the toilet lid are not shown.

In addition, a nozzle port 3 penetrates through the bottom of the flow section of the trap section 2 that secures the flow of water, and a jet nozzle 9 connected to the jet pipe 8 is fixed to the nozzle port 3. The tip in the trap part 2 of the jet nozzle 9 is used as the jet port 9a. Moreover, the rim 4 which has the rim channel 4a inside is formed in the front edge of the upper edge of the toilet part 1. The upper part of the rear part of the toilet part 1 is provided with the rim piping 5 whose tip was opened in the rim channel 4a. The jet pipe 8 and the rim pipe 5 are connected to a cleaning device 6 having two valves not shown therein, and the cleaning device 6 is directly connected to a water pipe not shown.                 

In this Western-style flush toilet, when the drain button switch of the main body (not shown) or the remote control is pressed, the cleaning device 6 first opens one valve and passes water only to the rim channel 4a through the rim pipe 5. . In this way, the washing water flows out of the unshown catcher provided in the lower end of the rim 4 to clean the foot surface 1a of the toilet bowl 1. And the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 closes one valve.

Next, the cleaning device 6 opens the other valve and passes water only to the jet nozzle 9 through the jet pipe 8. Thus, the washing water is jetted from the jet port 9a in the trap portion 2 toward the injection direction D1. Siphon action is forcibly caused by the washing water jetted from the jet port 9a. And the washing water including the dirt is discharged to the drain pipe through the drain socket (7).

At this time, the washing water jetted from the jet port 9a toward the injection direction D1 is reflected by the reflection surface 2a in the center direction D2 of the drainage path 2b. Therefore, the reflected washing water is discharged to the drain port 2b without colliding with the wall surface on the downstream side than the reflecting surface 2a, and the washing waters are less likely to collide with each other. In particular, in this western-style flush toilet, since the center direction D2 is in the vertical direction, the reflected washing water is further discharged by gravity. In this Western-style flush toilet, the angle A1 formed by the imaginary line P perpendicular to the reflection surface 2a and the spraying direction D1 of the washing water is formed at the point where the washing water collides on the reflecting surface 2a. The angle A2 formed by the center line D2 of the imaginary line P and the drain port 2b is equiangular. For this reason, since the washing | cleaning water sprayed from the jet 9a is guide | induced to the center direction D2 of the drain opening 2b by one reflection by the reflecting surface 2n, the washing water reaches the drain opening 2b with the force maintained. . Thereby, drainage property improves and siphon action becomes strong. And the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 closes the other valve.

Finally, the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 opens one valve again, and passes through only the rim channel 4a through the rim piping 5. In this way, the washing water flows out from the catcher provided in the lower part of the rim 4, and the flowing water is formed in the lower part of the toilet part 1 and the flowing part of the trap part 2. And the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 closes one valve, and all the operation is complete | finished.

Therefore, according to the Western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1, washing water can be used efficiently, without waste, and waste water can be fully discharged with a small amount of washing water.

(Embodiment 2)

In the western-type flush toilet of Embodiment 2, as shown in FIG. 17, the storage part 2f which stored as small a quantity of slurry as possible at the time of the vane injection molding is stored in the bottom part of the flow part of the trap part 2 which ensures flowing water. Is formed. In addition, the lower side wall surface 2c is formed in parallel with the injection direction D1 of the washing water by the jet port 9a in succession with this storage part 2f. In addition, about the same structure as the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1 shown in FIG. 16, the same code | symbol is used and the description is abbreviate | omitted. In addition, the toilet seat and the toilet lid are omitted in the same manner as in FIG.

In this Western-style flush toilet, when the drain button switch of the main body (not shown) or the remote control is pressed, the cleaning device 6 first opens one valve and passes water only to the rim channel 4a through the rim pipe 5. . In this way, the washing water flows out of a sand dune (not shown) provided at the lower end of the rim 4 to clean the foot surface 1a of the toilet bowl 1. And the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 closes one valve.

Next, the cleaning device 6 opens the other valve and passes water only to the jet nozzle 9 through the jet pipe 8. Thus, the washing water is jetted from the jet port 9a in the trap portion 2 toward the injection direction D1. Siphon action is forcibly caused by the washing water jetted from the jet port 9a. And the washing water including the dirt is discharged to the drain pipe through the drain socket (7).

At this time, the washing water is not jetted along the center line of the trap 2, but is jetted along the vicinity of the wall surface 2c below the center line. In particular, in this Western-style flush toilet, the storage part 2 stores a small amount of slurry at the time of the vane injection molding, and the lower side surface 2c of the trap part 2 sprays the washing water by the jet port 9a. It extends parallel to the direction D1. For this reason, the washing water is jetted in parallel near the lower side wall surface 2c. For this reason, the deposit which may remain | survive on the lower side wall surface 2c is also discharged | emitted without remaining in the trap part 2, and a waste material can be discharged reliably.

Finally, the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 opens one valve again, and passes through only the rim channel 4a through the rim piping 5. In this way, the washing water flows out from the catcher provided in the lower part of the rim 4, and the flowing water is formed in the lower part of the toilet part 1 and in the flowing part of the trap part 2. And the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 closes one valve, and all the operation is complete | finished.

Therefore, even with the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2, washing water can be used efficiently, without waste, and waste water can be fully discharged with a small amount of washing water. Other actions and effects are the same as in the first embodiment.                 

{Seventh invention}

EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION Hereinafter, Embodiment 1 thru | or 3 which actualized the 7th invention is demonstrated, referring drawings.

(Embodiment 1)

In the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1, as shown in FIG. 18, it is directly connected to the western-style toilet main body 11 made from earthenware, and the water supply pipe which supplies washing water from the outside, and opens and closes the valve which is not shown in figure. The washing | cleaning apparatus 12 which discharges wash water and supplies wash water to this Western-style toilet main body 11 is provided.

The western-style toilet main body 11 is formed in the toilet part 13 and the circumference of the upper edge of this toilet part 13, and the rim channel 14a which can wash | clean a flushing water to the toilet part 13 is possible. It has the rim 14 which it has inside, and the trap part 15 connected to the lower end of the toilet part 13. As shown in FIG.

The washing | cleaning apparatus 12 and the rim piping 20 are provided in the back of the rim channel 14a. Moreover, the trap part 15 has the flow part 15a which forms the flow water in the toilet part 13 by the front end 15d. Here, the front end 15d of the trap part 15 is determined as one point or a horizontal line by the cross-sectional shape which goes straight to a discharge direction. The nozzle port 15b penetrates through the bottom of the oil-and-water part 15a, and the nozzle nozzle 15b is provided with the jet nozzle 19 connected by the washing | cleaning apparatus 12 and the jet piping 18. As shown in FIG. The jet port 19a of the jet nozzle 19 is directed toward the front end 15d.

Further, the rear end 13a of the toilet bowl 13 is located at the rearmost portion at the boundary between the toilet bowl 13 and the rim 14. In addition, a toilet seat attachment hole 16 for attaching a toilet seat (not shown), a toilet seat with a heating function, a toilet seat with a local cleaning function, etc., is attached to the rear of the toilet part 13 and the rim 14. Is formed. In this western-style flush toilet, the front end 15d is located in front of the toilet seat attachment hole 16, and is located in front of the rear end 13a of the toilet bowl 13. As shown in FIG.

In addition, a drain socket 17 extending up and down is connected to the outlet 15c downstream of the trap portion 15 from the front end 15d, and the drain socket 17 is connected to a drain pipe (not shown) protruding from the floor surface. do.

In the western-style flush toilet comprised as mentioned above, washing water is supplied from the washing | cleaning apparatus 12 to the rim channel 14a through the rim piping 20, and it flows into the toilet part 13 from there. Further, the washing water is jetted from the jet port 19a through the jet pipe 18 and the jet nozzle 19 from the cleaning device 12 to forcibly generate the siphon effect on the trap 15. In this way, the washing water is discharged to the rear side along with the trap part 15 together with the dirt, and is discharged from the discharge port 15c to the drain pipe through the drain socket 17.

Thus, in this Western-style flush toilet, the front end 15d is located in front of the toilet seat attachment hole 16 and in front of the rear end 13a of the toilet bowl 13, and thus the western toilet bowl main body 11 The overall length of is shortened. In addition, in this Western flush toilet, since the washing tank for storing the washing water is not provided once, the overall length of the western toilet bowl 11 is further shortened.

Therefore, in this Western-style flush toilet, since the size of the toilet is reduced as a whole, it is possible to realize space saving of the toilet, and to feel that the toilet is large, even when a relatively large space cannot be secured. In this western style flush toilet, the user can easily move in the toilet or make effective use of the space elsewhere. In addition, because of the miniaturization of the Western-style flush toilet, it is possible to realize resource saving and low cost for manufacturing.

(Embodiment 2)

In the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2, as shown in FIG. 19, the rear wall 15e of the trap part 15 is in the same position in the perpendicular direction with the rear end 13a of the toilet part 13. As shown in FIG. Thereby, the front end 15d is located in front of each toilet seat attachment hole 16, and is located in front of the rear end 13a of the toilet seat 13. As shown in FIG. The other configuration is the same as that in the first embodiment.

In such a Western-style flush toilet, since the total length of the western-style toilet main body 11 is further shortened, this invention can achieve an effect further. The other effect is the same as that of Embodiment 1.

Moreover, if the rear wall 15e of the trap part 15 is located in front of the rear end 13a of the toilet part 13, the effect of this invention can be made more prominent.

(Embodiment 3)

In the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 3, as shown in FIG. 2O, the trap part 15 is bent forward from downstream 15f rather than the front end 15d. The other configuration is the same as that in the first embodiment.

In such a Western-style flush toilet, even if the pedestal portion 21 concealing the trap portion 19 is made smaller for the miniaturization of the western-style toilet body 11, the outlet port 15c is formed from the rear wall surface of the pedestal portion 21. Apart, it can be suitably connected to the drain socket 17. The other effect is the same as that of Embodiment 1.

{The eighth invention}

EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION Hereinafter, Embodiment 1, 2 which actualized 8th invention is demonstrated, referring drawings.

(Embodiment 1)

In the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 1, as shown in FIG. 25, it is directly connected to the Western-style toilet main body 11 made from earthenware, and the water supply pipe which supplies washing water from the outside, and opens and closes the valve which is not shown in figure. The washing | cleaning apparatus 12 which discharges wash water and supplies wash water to this Western-style toilet main body 11 is provided. In addition, the toilet seat and the toilet lid are not shown.

The western-style toilet main body 11 is formed in the toilet part 13 and the circumference of the upper edge of this toilet part 13, and the rim channel 14a which can wash | clean a flushing water to the toilet part 13 is possible. It has the rim 14 which it has inside, and the trap part 15 connected to the lower end of the toilet part 13. As shown in FIG.

The rim piping 20 connected with the washing | cleaning apparatus 12 is provided in the back of the rim channel 14a. Moreover, the trap part 15 has the flow part 15a which forms flow water in the toilet part 13 by the front end 15d. Here, 15 d of front ends of the trap part 15 are determined as one point or a horizontal line by the cross-sectional shape which goes straight to a discharge direction. The nozzle port 15b penetrates through the bottom part of the oil-and-water part 15a, and the nozzle nozzle 15b is provided with the jet nozzle 19 connected by the washing | cleaning apparatus 12 and the jet piping 18. As shown in FIG. The jet port 19a of the jet nozzle 19 is directed toward the front end 15d.

In addition, the center TO of the inlet TI of the trap part 15 is located in front of the center BO of the toilet bowl 13. The inlet TI of the trap part 15 extends in the horizontal direction as a part from the toilet part 13 to the trap part 15 here. The part from the toilet part 13 to the trap part 15 is determined by the lower end 13d (TR) of the rear wall 13b of the toilet part 13, and the center TO of this inlet TI is shown. Is the midpoint of the line segment TL connecting the lower end 13d TR and the front end TF of the inlet TI.

In addition, the center BO in the horizontal direction of the toilet bowl 13 is the waterline BR placed at the rear end 13r of the toilet bowl 13 and the waterline BF set up at the front end 13f of the toilet bowl 13. It is determined by the repair that is assumed in the middle of. The rearmost part at the boundary between the toilet part 13 and the rim 14 is the rear end 13r of the toilet part 13, and the frontmost part is the front end 13f of the toilet part 13. to be.

Moreover, the trap part 15 has the cylindrical part 15h which makes an inner surface a cylindrical surface upstream rather than the front end 15d. An axis line 15g of the cylindrical portion 15h extends at an angle θ (θ = 45 degrees) with respect to the horizontal direction.

In addition, a drain socket 17 extending up and down is connected to the outlet 15c downstream of the trap portion 15 from the front end 15d, and the drain socket 17 is connected to a drain pipe (not shown) protruding from the floor surface. do.

In the western-style flush toilet comprised as mentioned above, washing water is supplied from the washing | cleaning apparatus 12 to the rim channel 14a through the rim piping 20, and it flows into the toilet part 13 from there. In addition, the washing water is ejected from the jet port 19a through the jet pipe 18 and the jet nozzle 19 from the cleaning device 12, forcing the trap 15 to the siphon effect. In this way, the washing water is discharged to the rear side along with the trap part 15 together with the dirt, and is discharged from the discharge port 15c to the drain pipe through the drain socket 17.

Thus, in this western flush toilet, the center TO of the inlet TI extending in the horizontal direction of the trap 15 is located in front of the center BO in the horizontal direction of the toilet 13. The overall length of the toilet body 11 is shortened. Moreover, since the shaft center line 15g of the cylindrical part 15h of the trap part 15 extends 45 degree | times with respect to a horizontal direction, while the western-style toilet main body 11 by the trap part 15 is ensured, The length in the front-back direction is shortened. In addition, in this Western flush toilet, since the washing tank for storing the washing water is not provided once, in particular, the entire length of the western toilet bowl main body 11 is shortened.

Therefore, in this Western-style flush toilet, since the size of the toilet is reduced as a whole, space saving of the toilet can be realized, and even a toilet that cannot secure a relatively large space can have a sense of clown. Moreover, in this western-style flush toilet, a user becomes easy to move in a toilet, or the space can be effectively used for another thing. In addition, because of the miniaturization of the Western-style flush toilet, it is possible to realize resource saving and low cost for manufacturing.

(Embodiment 2)

In the western-style flush toilet of Embodiment 2, as shown in FIG. 26, the downstream 15i is bent forward rather than the front end 15d of the trap part 15. As shown in FIG. The other configuration is the same as that in the first embodiment.

In such a Western-style flush toilet, even if the pedestal portion 21 concealing the trap portion 15 is made smaller in order to reduce the size of the western-style toilet body 11, the outlet port 15c is formed from the wall surface of the rear side in the pedestal portion 21. Apart, it can be suitably connected to the drain socket 17. The other effect is the same as that of Embodiment 1.

{Ninth invention}

EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION Hereinafter, embodiment which actualized 9th invention is described, referring drawings.

(Embodiment)

In the western-style flush toilet of an embodiment, as shown in FIG. 27, the western-style toilet main body 10 made of ceramics, and the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 which incorporate two valves not shown inside are provided. In addition, the toilet seat and the toilet lid are not shown.

The western-style toilet main body 10 is provided with the toilet part 1 which has a foot surface 1a, and the trap part 2 so that it may continue in the bottom part of this toilet part 1. The uppermost part of the trap part 2 becomes the reflection surface 2a comprised in the rough plane, and the reflection surface 2a is connected to the discharge port 2b of the lower side.

The discharge port 2b of the western-style toilet main body 10 and the drain pipe 7 protruding from the floor surface 15 are connected by the resin drain socket 11. The drain socket 11 consists of the resin drain socket main body 12 integrally molded, the resin cap 13 with the hole 13a formed in the lower surface, and the rubber packing 14. The drain socket main body 12 and the floor surface 15 are fixed by the screw 16, and the Western-style toilet main body 10 and the drain socket main body 12 are fixed by the screw 17. As shown in FIG.

In addition, the nozzle port 3 penetrates through the bottom part of the water flow part of the trap part 2, and the jet nozzle 9 connected by the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 and the jet pipe 8 is fixed to the nozzle port 3, have. The tip of the trap portion 2 of the jet nozzle 9 is a jet port 19a. Moreover, the rim 4 which has the rim channel 4a inside is formed in the upper part of the toilet part 1. As shown in FIG. In the upper part of the rear part of the toilet part 1, the rim piping 5 which is connected with the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 and whose front end opens in the rim channel 4a is provided. The washing | cleaning apparatus 6 is connected directly to the water pipe which is not shown in figure.

In this Western-style flush toilet, when the drain button switch of the main body (not shown) or the remote control is pressed, the cleaning device 6 first opens one valve and passes water only to the rim channel 4a through the rim pipe 5. . In this way, the washing water flows out of the unshown catcher provided in the lower end of the rim 4 to clean the foot surface 1a of the toilet bowl 1. And the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 closes one valve.

Next, the cleaning device 6 opens the other valve and passes water only to the jet nozzle 9 through the jet pipe 8. In this way, the washing water is jetted in the trap part 2 from the jet port 9a. Siphon action is forcibly caused by the washing water jetted from the jet port 19a. The sewage, which may contain dirt together with the washing water, is discharged to the drain pipe 7 through the drain socket 11.

When the sewage is discharged through the drain socket 11, part is blocked by the hole 13a of the cap 13, so that turbulence occurs and forms a water film. By the action of the water film thus formed, the trap portion 2 is brought into the water filled state by the sewage, and the sewage in the water filled state is discharged to be drawn to the drain pipe 7 side by the water film being broken (siphon action). .

At this time, since the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 is directly connected to the water pipe which supplies washing | cleaning water from the outside, and since the washing | cleaning water of water pressure can be discharged by opening and closing of a valve, it is easy to delicately control the quantity of the washing | cleaning water discharged. For this reason, it is possible to discharge the minimum amount of washing water that can sufficiently discharge the dirt.

Moreover, in this western flush toilet, since the resin drain socket 11 is employ | adopted, the hole 13a can be formed accurately and easily. For this reason, even if a minimum amount of washing water is used, the siphon action can be reliably generated.

Finally, the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 opens one valve again, and passes water only to the rim channel 4a through the rim piping 5. In this way, the washing water flows out from the catcher provided in the lower part of the rim 4, and the flow water is formed in the lower part of the toilet part 1 and in the flowing part of the trap part 2. And the washing | cleaning apparatus 6 closes one valve, and all the operation is complete | finished.

Therefore, according to the western-style flush toilet of this embodiment, washing water can be used efficiently, without waste, and waste water can fully be discharged with a small amount of washing water.

The above embodiment is an illustration, and 1st-9th invention can be implemented in the aspect which added various changes in the range which does not deviate from the main point.

Therefore, the Western flush toilets of the first and second inventions are hard to adhere to the rim, and furthermore, odors and the like are less likely to occur, and are pleasant to the user and hygienic. According to the western-style flush toilet of the 3rd invention, it is possible to reduce the manufacturing cost and maintenance cost, and to prevent the maintenance and destruction of the usable state in a cold period. The western-style flush toilet of the fourth aspect of the invention can realize a reduction in manufacturing cost. The Western-style flush toilet of the fifth aspect of the invention has excellent quietness and no fear of wetting the floor surface, and is excellent in the cleaning ability of the toilet section and the discharge performance of dirt, and the manufacturing cost can be reduced. According to the Western-style flush toilet of the sixth invention, since the washing water can be used efficiently without waste, the dirt can be sufficiently discharged with a small amount of the washing water. The western flush toilets of the seventh and eighth inventions are miniaturized as a whole. For this reason, space savings can be realized by employing this western-style flush toilet in recent years. For this reason, even a bathroom that cannot secure a relatively large space can have a sense of clown. In addition, the space can be saved, so that the user can easily move in the toilet or realize effective use of the space elsewhere. In addition, since the Western-style flush toilet is downsized, resource saving and low cost for manufacturing can be realized. According to the western-style flush toilet of the ninth invention, filthy water can be sufficiently discharged with a small amount of washing water.

Claims (16)

  1. Western-style toilet body (1) having a toilet portion (3), and a rim (8) formed at the upper edge of the toilet portion and having a rim channel (7) therein;
    In the Western flush toilet provided with a washing device capable of discharging the washing water in the rim channel 7, the washing water discharged from the cleaning device is provided for cleaning the toilet portion via the rim channel 7 ,
    The rim (8) is a Western-style flush toilet, characterized in that the inner surface is the same surface as the foot surface (3a) of the toilet bowl at all edges of the bowl part.
  2. Western-style toilet body (1) having a toilet portion (3), and a rim (10) formed at the upper edge of the toilet portion and having a rim channel (9) therein;
    In the western-style flush toilet provided with the washing | cleaning apparatus which can discharge washing | cleaning water in the said rim channel 9, and the said washing water discharged from the said washing apparatus is provided for the said toilet part washing | cleaning via the said rim channel 10 ,
    The rim (10), Western allied toilet, characterized in that the inner surface is located outside the foot surface (3a) of the toilet portion (3) in all the leading edge of the toilet portion.
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  8. In a Western-style flush toilet having a toilet 13, a trap 15 connected to a lower end of the toilet, and a jet port 19a provided in the trap to eject washing water along the trap,
    The trap part (15) has a Western-style flush toilet characterized in that a reflecting surface for reflecting the washing water jetted from the jet passage (19a) toward the drain port of the trap part (15) is formed.
  9. The method of claim 8,
    The reflection surface is a Western-style flush toilet characterized by reflecting the washing water jetted from the jet port in the vertical direction.
  10. The method according to claim 8 or 9,
    The jet port is a Western-style flush toilet characterized in that it is provided so as to eject the washing water along the lower wall surface of the trap portion.
  11. The method of claim 10,
    The bottom part of the trap part which ensures the flow of water is a storage part which stored the slurry as small a quantity as possible at the time of a vane injection molding, and the downward side which is continuous with the said storage part, and extends in parallel with the injection direction of the washing water by a jet port. Western-style flush toilet characterized by a wall with a frame.
  12. In the western-style flush toilet which has a toilet bowl and a Western toilet main body which has a trap part connected to the lower end of the toilet bowl, washes the toilet bowl with washing water, and discharges the washing water to the rear side according to the trap part. ,
    The front end of the trap portion forming the water flow in the toilet portion is located in front of the toilet bowl, characterized in that the Western flush toilet.
  13. The method of claim 12,
    The rear wall of the trap part is located before the rear end of the toilet part.
  14. The method according to claim 12 or 13,
    A pair of toilet seat attachment holes are formed at the rear of the toilet seat, and the front end of the trap part is located in front of each of the toilet seat attachment holes.
  15. In the western-style flush toilet which has a toilet part and a Western toilet main body which has a trap part connected to the lower end of the said toilet part, wash | cleans the said toilet part with wash water, and drains the said wash water to the back side along the said trap part,
    The washing apparatus is directly connected to a water supply pipe such as a water pipe that supplies washing water from the outside, and is capable of discharging the washing by opening and closing the valve.
    A center of the inlet extending in the horizontal direction of the trap part from the toilet part to the trap part is located before the center in the horizontal direction of the toilet part.
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