KR100853445B1 - Water cooler and water heater being able to make ice - Google Patents

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KR100853445B1
KR100853445B1 KR1020070034910A KR20070034910A KR100853445B1 KR 100853445 B1 KR100853445 B1 KR 100853445B1 KR 1020070034910 A KR1020070034910 A KR 1020070034910A KR 20070034910 A KR20070034910 A KR 20070034910A KR 100853445 B1 KR100853445 B1 KR 100853445B1
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F25REFRIGERATION OR COOLING; COMBINED HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS; HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS; MANUFACTURE OR STORAGE OF ICE; LIQUEFACTION SOLIDIFICATION OF GASES
    • F25CPRODUCING, WORKING OR HANDLING ICE
    • F25C1/00Producing ice
    • F25C1/08Producing ice by immersing freezing chambers or plates into water
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F25REFRIGERATION OR COOLING; COMBINED HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS; HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS; MANUFACTURE OR STORAGE OF ICE; LIQUEFACTION SOLIDIFICATION OF GASES
    • F25CPRODUCING, WORKING OR HANDLING ICE
    • F25C1/00Producing ice
    • F25C1/10Producing ice by using rotating or otherwise moving moulds
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F25REFRIGERATION OR COOLING; COMBINED HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS; HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS; MANUFACTURE OR STORAGE OF ICE; LIQUEFACTION SOLIDIFICATION OF GASES
    • F25CPRODUCING, WORKING OR HANDLING ICE
    • F25C5/00Working or handling ice
    • F25C5/18Storing ice
    • F25C5/182Ice bins therefor
    • F25C5/187Ice bins therefor with ice level sensing means
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F25REFRIGERATION OR COOLING; COMBINED HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS; HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS; MANUFACTURE OR STORAGE OF ICE; LIQUEFACTION SOLIDIFICATION OF GASES
    • F25DREFRIGERATORS; COLD ROOMS; ICE-BOXES; COOLING OR FREEZING APPARATUS NOT COVERED BY ANY OTHER SUBCLASS
    • F25D11/00Self-contained movable devices, e.g. domestic refrigerators
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F25REFRIGERATION OR COOLING; COMBINED HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS; HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS; MANUFACTURE OR STORAGE OF ICE; LIQUEFACTION SOLIDIFICATION OF GASES
    • F25CPRODUCING, WORKING OR HANDLING ICE
    • F25C2500/00Problems to be solved
    • F25C2500/06Spillage or flooding of water

Abstract

A water dispenser having an ice making function is provided to reduce the number of elements and the cost and energy by making cold water and ice through a single cooling system. A water dispenser having an ice making function comprises a cold water tank(140) including a cold water storage box(142) and a circulation pump(146). The cold water storage box stores drinking water supplied from an auxiliary tank(120) storing the drinking water. The circulation pump supplies the drinking water stored in the cold water storage box to a submerged ice making unit. The submerged ice making unit cools the drinking water supplied from the cold water storage box to make cold water or ice. The top surface of the cold water storage box is prepared in the form of an inclined grill(144). The cold water made by the submerged ice making unit is shifted to the cold water storage box by passing through the grill.

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Hot and cold water heater with ice making function {Water cooler and water heater being able to make ice}

1 is a cross-sectional view showing a schematic configuration of a typical cold and hot water machine.

Figure 2 is a main block diagram showing an embodiment of a cold and hot water heater with an ice making function according to the present invention.

3 is a conceptual diagram illustrating a process in which drinking water is supplied to the cold and hot water of FIG. 2.

4 is a perspective view illustrating an immersion type ice making unit and a cold water tank unit of the cold and hot water machine shown in FIG. 2.

5 to 7 are cross-sectional views for explaining the operation of the immersion type ice making unit shown in FIG.

<Description of Symbols for Major Parts of Drawings>

100: cold and hot water 102: ice

104: ice cellar 110: bottled water

112: water purifier 114: storage tank

115: pressure pump 120: auxiliary tank

122: cold water pipe 124, 134: solenoid valve

130: hot water tank 132: hot water piping

140: cold water tank 142: cold water storage

144: grill 146: circulation pump

150: circulation pipe 160: immersion type ice making unit

162: drip tray 164: evaporator unit

170: refrigeration cycle 178: hot gas valve

The present invention relates to a cold and hot water machine having an ice making function, and more particularly, to a cold and hot water machine capable of supplying ice together with cold water and hot water, and capable of producing cold water and ice with only one cooling system.

In general, the cold and hot water supply is classified into a water purifier provided with a filter for purifying the raw water supplied therein, and a cold and hot water supplying the drinking water supplied separately without cold water or hot water without having a function of purifying the raw water supplied.

 The cold / hot water machine is a device for cooling and heating drinking water at room temperature to provide cold water and hot water. The cold / hot water machine is classified into using drinking water stored in a bottle of water produced by a bottled water company, and using drinking water at room temperature purified by a separate central water purifier. .

The cold and hot water machine is mainly used in a public place such as a public office or an office, but due to the convenience of use, it is recently used in a home.

1 is a cross-sectional view showing a schematic configuration of a typical cold and hot water machine.

The cold and hot water machine includes an outer case 10 constituting the exterior as shown in FIG. A cover 12 is provided at an upper end of the outer case 10, and the bottled water bottle 14 is placed on an upper surface of the cover 12. Inside the outer case 10, the cold water tank 20 and the hot water tank 22 are formed to communicate with the connecting tube 24, the evaporator 26 is formed along the outer circumferential surface of the cold water tank 20. To pipe is wound. And, the heater 28 is inserted into the hot water tank 22 is provided, the cold and hot water extraction coke 30 is provided on the outer side of the outer case 10.

The cold water tank 20 and the hot water tank 22 are connected to the cold and hot water extraction coke 30 through the connection hose (32). As a result, the water stored in the cold water tank 20 and the hot water tank 22 may move along the connection hose 32 to be taken out through the cold and hot water extraction coke 30. In addition, the water in the bottled water bottle 14, the hot water tank 22 and the connection hose 32 is maintained at a constant water temperature by the heat insulating member 34 in the outer case (10). On the other hand, the cold water tank 20 and the lower portion of the hot water tank 22 is equipped with a cooling system (not shown) for supplying a refrigerant of a constant temperature to the evaporator 26 pipe. Since this cooling system is composed of a general refrigeration cycle, a detailed description thereof will be omitted.

Hereinafter, the operation of the cold and hot water machine will be described.

First, the bottled water bottle 14 is mounted on the top cover 12 of the outer case 10 so that the inlet portion thereof faces downward. When the bottled water 14 is seated, water inside the bottled water 14 flows down to fill the cold water container 20, and the water in the cold water container 20 moves through the connection pipe 24. It is filled in the hot water tank 22, the water filled in the cold water tank 20 and the hot water tank 22 is maintained at a constant temperature by the evaporator 26 and the heater 28, respectively. After that, the user can simply push the cold and hot water extraction cock 30 to the rear to take out and drink the desired amount of water. At this time, the amount of water corresponding to the water taken out through the cold and hot water extraction coke 30 is supplied from the bottled water bottle 14 to the cold water tank 20 and the hot water tank 22 by its own weight.

However, the cold and hot water machine has a limitation that the water stored in the bottled water container 14 is provided only in the liquid state. That is, the liquid bottled water can be directly taken in or used as cooking water, and in order to make the bottled water into ice, there is a problem that a separate freezing process must be performed in a separate refrigerator.

The present invention is to solve the above problems, it is possible to supply the ice produced by cooling the drinking water supplied to the cold and hot water together with cold water and hot water, and has a deicing function capable of manufacturing cold water and ice with only one cooling system The purpose is to provide a cold and hot water machine.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention, the cold water tank including a cold water reservoir for storing the drinking water supplied from the auxiliary tank for storing drinking water and a circulation pump for supplying the drinking water stored in the cold water storage to the immersion type ice making unit; And an immersion type ice making unit cooling cold drinking water supplied from the cold water storage container to produce cold water or ice, wherein an upper surface of the cold water storage container is formed by an inclined grill, and the cold water manufactured by the immersion type ice making unit is the grill. Passing through to the cold water storage, the ice produced by the immersion type ice making unit provides a cold and hot water machine with an ice making function, characterized in that it moves to the ice reservoir along the upper surface of the cold water storage.

Preferably, a hole is formed in the grill so that some of the ice supplied from the submerged ice making unit can move through the grill to the cold water storage.

Preferably, the cold water storage may be equipped with a temperature sensor for detecting the temperature of the stored drinking water, and a water level sensor for detecting the level of the stored drinking water.

Preferably, the immersion type ice making unit includes: a drip tray receiving drinking water supplied from the cold water storage container and rotatably installed at a predetermined angle; And an evaporator unit installed to be immersed in the drip tray to cool the drinking water contained in the drip tray. The immersion type ice making unit may further include a defrosting means for separating the ice formed in the evaporator portion from the evaporator portion.

Preferably, the ice reservoir is equipped with an ice sensor to detect the amount of ice stored.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

Figure 2 is a main configuration showing an embodiment of a cold and hot water heater with an ice making function according to the present invention, Figure 3 is a conceptual diagram for explaining the process of supplying drinking water to the cold and hot water of Figure 2, Figure 4 is 5 is a perspective view illustrating an immersion type ice making unit and a cold water tank unit of a cold / hot water machine, and FIGS. 5 to 7 are cross-sectional views illustrating an operation process of the immersion type ice making unit shown in FIG. 4.

As shown in Figure 2 and 3, the cold and hot water heater 100 having an ice making function according to the present invention is a secondary tank 120 for storing the drinking water supplied from the drinking water supply means, and the supply from the auxiliary tank 120 It includes a hot water tank 130 for heating the stored drinking water. The drinking water supply means may be composed of bottled water bottle 110 provided by the bottled water manufacturer as shown in Figure 2, as shown in Figure 3 water purifying device 112, the water purification device 112 to purify the raw water Storage tank 114 for storing the drinking water purified by the water and the pressure of the drinking water flowing out of the storage tank 114 may be configured by a pressure pump 116 for supplying the drinking water to the cold and hot water heater (100).

The auxiliary tank 120 and the hot water tank 130 are connected to the hot water pipe 132, the solenoid valve 134 is installed in the hot water pipe 132, the hot water tank 130 in the hot water tank 130. An ordinary heating member (not shown) for heating the drinking water stored in the is provided. On the other hand, the outer surface of the hot water tank 130 is equipped with a temperature sensor (not shown) for detecting the temperature of the hot water.

When the temperature of the hot water detected by the temperature sensor (not shown) is less than the reference value, the heating member (not shown) operates to increase the temperature of the hot water, and the temperature of the hot water detected by the temperature sensor (not shown) is If the reference value or more, the operation of the heating member (not shown) is stopped.

The hot water of the hot water tank 130 is provided to the user through the hot water outlet 136.

The cold and hot water heater 100 includes a cold water tank unit 140 for storing the drinking water supplied from the auxiliary tank 120, and supplies the stored drinking water to the immersion type ice making unit 160.

As shown in FIG. 2, the cold water tank unit 140 includes a cold water storage 142 for storing cold water, a grill 144 installed to be inclined above the cold water storage 142, and the cold water storage 142. Circulating pump 146 to circulate cold water accommodated in) to the submerged ice making unit 160.

The cold water storage 142 is located below the immersion type ice making unit 160 and is connected to the auxiliary tank 120 by the cold water pipe 122. The solenoid valve 124 is mounted on the cold water pipe 122, and a water level sensor (not shown) for detecting the full water level of the cold water is mounted inside the cold water storage 142. If the water level sensor (not shown) does not operate, since the solenoid valve 124 is open, drinking water is continuously supplied from the auxiliary tank 120 to the cold water storage 142, but the water level sensor (not shown) When the si) is operated, the solenoid valve 124 is closed, so that the drinking water supply to the cold water reservoir 142 is stopped.

As shown in FIG. 4, the grill 144 installed to be inclined on the upper side of the cold water storage 142 is formed with a hole 145 narrower in width than ice. Accordingly, the cold water supplied from the submerged ice making unit 160 passes through the grill 144 and moves to the cold water storage 142, and the ice 102 supplied from the submerged ice making unit 160 passes through the grill ( It moves along the inclined surface of 144 to the ice reservoir 104 located on one side of the cold water storage 142. Meanwhile, a portion of the ice 102 supplied from the submerged ice making unit 160 may be larger than the ice on the grill 144 so that some of the ice 102 may move through the grill 144 to the cold water storage 142. Holes 148 may be formed. The temperature of the cold water accommodated in the cold water storage 142 is further lowered by the ice moving through the hole 148 to the cold water storage 142.

2 and 4, the cold water stored in the cold water storage 142 is transferred to the immersion type ice making unit 160 by a circulation pipe 150 and a circulation pump 146 mounted on the circulation pipe 150. The cold water moved to the immersion type ice making unit 160 passes through the hole 145 of the grill 144 and then moves back to the cold water storage 142. By the circulation of such cold water, the temperature of the cold water stored in the cold water storage 142 is continuously lowered. The circulation of cold water is continuously performed until the temperature of the cold water detected by a temperature sensor (not shown) mounted inside the cold water storage 142 reaches a reference value. That is, when the temperature of the cold water detected by the temperature sensor (not shown) is higher than the reference value, the circulation pump 146 continues to operate, and when the temperature of the cold water reaches the reference value, the circulation pump 146 Is stopped.

On the other hand, the cold water of the cold water storage 142 is provided to the user through the cold water outlet 152.

The cold and hot water heater 100 includes an immersion type ice making unit 160 for cooling the drinking water supplied from the cold water tank unit 140 to produce cold water or ice 102.

2 and 4, the immersion type ice making unit 160 is installed to be immersed in the drip tray 162 and the drip tray 162 for receiving the drinking water supplied from the cold water storage 142, the drip tray ( And evaporator 164 for cooling the drinking water contained in 162.

The drip tray 162 is installed to rotate a predetermined angle as shown in Figures 5 to 7 by the rotation driving means 168 commonly known to those skilled in the art, such as a rotary motor. By controlling the rotary drive means 168 by a control means commonly known to those skilled in the art, such as a limit switch (not shown) or a sensor (not shown) to allow the drip tray 162 to perform a reciprocating rotational movement within a predetermined angle range. Can be.

The evaporator unit 164 circulates the refrigeration cycle 170 to vaporize the introduced refrigerant to cool the drinking water contained in the drip tray 162. When the drinking water is cooled, ice is formed around the fingers 166 of the evaporator 164, and the temperature of the drinking water around the ice is lowered. The refrigeration cycle 170 includes a compressor 172, a condenser (heat exchanger) 174, expansion valve 176, evaporator unit 164, such a refrigeration cycle 170 is widely used in refrigerators, etc. The description will be omitted here.

Ice formed around the finger 166 may be separated from the finger 166 by ice-breaking means. The ice removal means may be configured as a ice removal cycle. As shown in FIG. 2, the ice removing cycle includes a compressor 172, a hot gas valve 178, and an evaporator unit 164. It means a cycle that can be re-introduced to the evaporator unit 164 via the hot gas valve 178. According to the defrosting cycle, the temperature of the finger 166 is increased because the high-temperature, high-pressure refrigerant gas that has passed through the compressor is supplied to the evaporator unit 164, and thus the ice adhered to the finger 166. This fine melt is separated from the finger 166 falls. Differently, the defrosting means may be configured as a heater mounted on the evaporator unit 164.

Hereinafter, the operation process of the cold and hot water heater 100 having an ice making function according to the present invention will be described by dividing into a hot water supply process, a cold water supply process, and an ice supply process.

First, the hot water supply process will be described.

The drinking water introduced into the auxiliary tank 120 from the drinking water supply means is supplied to the hot water tank 130 through the hot water pipe 132, and the drinking water supplied to the hot water tank 130 is heated by a heating member (not shown). . When the temperature detected by the temperature sensor (not shown) installed on the outer surface of the hot water tank 130 reaches a reference value, the operation of the heating member (not shown) is stopped. Thereafter, when the user intakes hot water through the hot water intake 136, the amount of drinking water is re-supplied from the auxiliary tank 120 to the hot water tank 130, and thus the hot water stored in the hot water tank 130. When the temperature of the is lowered, the heating member (not shown) is operated again.

Next, the cold water supply process will be described.

Drinking water introduced into the auxiliary tank 120 from the drinking water supply means is supplied to the cold water storage 142 via the cold water pipe 122, and the drinking water of the cold water storage 142 is circulated by the circulation pump 146. Is supplied to the drip tray 162, the drinking water of the drip tray 162 is overflowed while being cooled by the evaporator 164. The overflowed cold water is re-introduced into the cold water storage 142 through the hole 145 formed in the grill 144. When the water level sensor (not shown) inside the cold water storage 142 detects the full water level, the solenoid valve 124 mounted on the cold water pipe 122 is closed to stop the supply of drinking water to the cold water storage 142. When the temperature sensed by the temperature sensor (not shown) inside the cold water storage 142 reaches a reference value, the operation of the circulation pump 146 is stopped. Thereafter, when the user takes cold water through the cold water outlet 152 and the level of the cold water is lowered, the solenoid valve 124 is opened so that the drinking water is re-supplied to the cold water storage 142, whereby the cold water storage 142 When the temperature of the cold water stored in) increases, the circulation pump 146 is operated again.

Finally, explain the ice supply process.

Drinking water introduced into the auxiliary tank 120 from the drinking water supply means is supplied to the cold water storage 142 through the cold water pipe 122, the drinking water of the cold water storage 142 is circulated pipe 150 by the circulation pump 146 Is supplied to the drip tray 162, and the drinking water of the drip tray 162 is cooled by the evaporator unit 164 to form ice on the surface of the finger 166. After the drinking water of the drip tray 162 starts to freeze on the surface of the finger 166, when a predetermined time elapses, the rotation driving means 168 operates to rotate the drip tray 162 as shown in FIGS. At the same time, the ice-breaking means operates to drop the ice formed on the surface of the finger 166. At this time, the cold water contained in the drip tray 162 flows into the cold water tank 140 and flows into the cold water storage 142 through the hole 145 of the grill 144, the falling ice 102 Along the inclination of the grill 144 is moved to the ice reservoir 104 located on the side of the cold water tank 140. When the operation is completed, the drip tray 162 returns to its original position, and the circulation pump 146 is operated to supply cold water from the cold water reservoir 142 to the drip tray 162. This process continues until the ice sensor (not shown) installed in the ice reservoir 104 detects the ice. The user may take ice through the ice outlet 106.

According to the present invention, the effect of providing ice together with cold water and hot water occurs, and since the production of cold water and ice is possible with only one cooling system, the number of components can be reduced, and the cost and energy consumption can be reduced. The effect may occur.

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  1. A cold water tank unit including a cold water reservoir for storing drinking water supplied from an auxiliary tank for storing drinking water and a circulation pump for supplying the drinking water stored in the cold water reservoir to an immersion type ice maker unit; And
    Includes; Immersion-type ice making unit for cooling the drinking water supplied from the cold water storage to produce cold water or ice;
    The upper surface of the cold water storage container is formed of an inclined grill, the cold water produced by the immersion type ice making unit passes through the grill to the cold water storage container, and the ice produced by the immersion type ice making unit is the upper surface of the cold water storage container. Cold and hot water machine equipped with an ice making function, characterized in that moved to the ice storage along.
  2. delete
  3. The method of claim 1,
    And a hole is formed in the grill so that some of the ice supplied from the submerged ice making unit can move through the grill to the cold water storage.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    The cold water storage is equipped with a temperature sensor for sensing the temperature of the stored drinking water, and a water level sensor for detecting the water level of the stored drinking water is equipped with a deicing function.
  5. The method of claim 1,
    The immersion type ice making unit,
    A drip tray configured to receive drinking water supplied from the cold water storage container and to be rotatable at a predetermined angle; And
    And an evaporator unit installed to be immersed in the drip tray to cool the drinking water contained in the drip tray.
  6. The method of claim 5,
    The submerged ice making unit comprises a defrosting means for separating the ice formed in the evaporator portion from the evaporator portion.
  7. The method of claim 1,
    The ice reservoir is a cold and hot water machine with an ice making function, characterized in that the ice sensor is installed to detect the amount of stored ice.
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