KR101405889B1 - Apparatus for keeping the black soldier fly - Google Patents

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KR101405889B1
KR101405889B1 KR1020130060358A KR20130060358A KR101405889B1 KR 101405889 B1 KR101405889 B1 KR 101405889B1 KR 1020130060358 A KR1020130060358 A KR 1020130060358A KR 20130060358 A KR20130060358 A KR 20130060358A KR 101405889 B1 KR101405889 B1 KR 101405889B1
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The present invention discloses a Ptecticus tenebrifer breeding device comprising; a container unit which has an opened upper side and a predetermined space in the inside (An inhabitation space and a collecting space are divided by arranging a partition in the container unit. A movement opening is formed on the partition to connect the inhabitation space and the collecting space. The lower side of the container unit is formed into a net shape. A plurality of hiding grooves is vertically formed at the inside of the container unit corresponding to the inhabitation space. A discharge opening is formed at the bottom of the container unit corresponding to the collecting space.); a supporting unit which locates the container unit on the upper side and collects moisture from the container unit; and a cover unit which closes the upper side of the container unit and has a predetermined space. Ptecticus tenebrifer larvae and food waste are stored in the inhabitation space. The Ptecticus tenebrifer larvae are inserted into the hiding groove and metamorphosed into a pup, or are inserted into the collecting space through the movement opening and are discharged to the outside through a discharge opening. The Ptecticus tenebrifer breeding device processes the food waste smoothly, multiplies the Ptecticus tenebrifer continuously, collects a part of the bred Ptecticus tenebrifer, and discharges the bred Ptecticus tenebrifer to the outside to use bred Ptecticus tenebrifer. The Ptecticus tenebrifer breeding device collects the processed food waste smoothly.

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{APPARATUS FOR KEEPING THE BLACK SOLDIER FLY}
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0001] The present invention relates to a breeding device for a dog or the like, and more particularly to a breeding device for a dog to be used for various purposes.
Organic wastes such as food waste from households, restaurants, industrial wastes, industrial wastes from housing, etc. can cause serious environmental problems if they are discharged to soil and rivers without any treatment.
Conventionally, organic wastes have been treated through specific treatment processes and have been recycled as livestock feed or compost, landfilled in certain areas, or dumped into the oceans. In this case, there is a problem in that the cost is low in terms of installation and maintenance cost of the processing apparatus. In addition, the effluent is used as a feed to cause side effects such as the occurrence of a disease, and is used as a compost, thereby causing problems such as recurrent heat and unbalanced unevenness.
In order to solve the above problems, an organic waste disposal system using organisms such as earthworms and housefly larvae has been developed. In this case, the excreted fecal soil can be useful for cultivation of agricultural land, horticulture, orchard and the like, and can increase plant growth and yield.
Particularly, the time from egg to adults is 37 to 41 days, and the duration of larvae that act as decomposers is about 14 days. The larvae of Donghae have a habit of crawling out to find a dry place to become a pupa after a period of time (about 14 days) in which organic wastes can be decomposed. For example, when a larva is injected into 5 kg of food wastes in 10 kg of food wastes, more than 80% of the food wastes are decomposed within 5 days, and the food wastes have a volume of about 42% before the larva is injected and about 70% To the weight level of. It is much more effective to nurture and utilize the larvae, because the larvae of Donghae are longer than those of the housefly.
In order to smoothly reproduce the above-mentioned homosexuals, it has been proposed to produce Korean domestic patent No. 10-1123249 (invention: a device for raising the animals in Dongae) and Korean Patent Laid-Open No. 10-2010-0075424 Devices) have been developed. However, the conventional apparatus is limited to the breeding of larvae and the like while treating organic wastes such as food waste. Therefore, there is a need for a breeding device that allows larvae to be used for various uses such as mating, spawning, larvae, pupa, allegory, and adult processes of Dongae and the like simultaneously and continuously. In addition, it is required to smoothly treat the compost produced by the treated organic waste.
The present invention intends to provide a feeding device for a household appliance that smoothly processes food waste.
In addition, the present invention is intended to provide a feeding apparatus for a homosexual, such as a homosexual who constantly reproduces homosexuality and the like.
In addition, the present invention aims to provide a breeding device for a homeless person who collects some of the reared birds, etc. and exports the birds.
In addition, the present invention is intended to provide a feeding device for moving and collecting processed food waste in a composted state.
The present invention relates to a container unit in which a predetermined space is formed in a state that an upper surface is opened (a partition is arranged inside the container unit, and a habitat space and a collecting space are partitioned, A plurality of shielding grooves are formed in an inner side surface of the container portion corresponding to the stylus space in a vertical direction, A discharge opening is formed in the bottom surface of the container portion corresponding to the discharge port; A pedestal part in which the container part is located on an upper surface and collects moisture from the container part; And a lid part forming a predetermined space while closing the upper surface of the container part. The larvae are stored in the living space such as food wastes and the like, and the larvae are introduced into the hiding grooves and transformed into a pupa, And is introduced into the collecting space through the movement opening and discharged to the outside through the discharge opening.
In addition, the container unit further includes a water storage unit, which is recessed along an upper surface of the container unit and stores water in an exposed state.
The lid portion may include a frame portion coupled to an upper side of the container portion and forming a predetermined space above the container portion; And a closing portion that covers the frame portion and closes an upper surface of the container portion.
Further, fixtures are formed along the upper surface of the container portion, and the frame portion is inserted into a part of the fixtures and is coupled and fixed to the container portion.
The feeding device may further include an auxiliary container portion which is the same as the container portion and is selectively positioned between the container portion and the lid portion and is closed by the lid portion while closing the upper surface of the container portion It introduces the breeding device to the homemaking to feature.
The feeding device further includes a larval collecting portion corresponding to the discharging opening and collecting larvae from the homeward having passed through the discharging opening.
The feeding apparatus according to the present invention has the following effects.
(1) The breeding device according to the present invention includes a container portion, a pedestal portion, and a lid portion, and is used for breeding homosexuality and the like. Particularly, a partition is arranged inside the container part, and the inside of the container part is divided into a habitat space and a collection space. At this time, larvae are stored in the inside of the habitat, such as food waste and homosexuality, and larvae are used as food for food waste. Therefore, the feeding device according to the present invention has an effect of smoothly treating food waste using larvae such as the birds.
(2) According to the present invention, a plurality of hiding grooves are formed on the inner surface of the container portion corresponding to the habitat space of the container portion in the breeding device. The larvae of Donghae enter the hiding grove because there is a habit of moving to find the hiding place to be transformed into a pupa. The larvae that enter the hiding grove are transformed into hermaphrodite from the habitat and grow into adults. Later adults propagate and breed larvae. Therefore, the feeding apparatus according to the present invention has an effect of continuously providing fertility to the homeless in the habitat space.
(3) According to the present invention, a moving opening is formed in the partition for partitioning the interior of the container in the feeding device. In the process of moving the larva to enter the hiding groove, a part of the larva passes through the moving opening and flows into the collecting space. The larvae which flow into the collecting space are discharged to the outside through the discharge opening. Therefore, the feeding device according to the present invention has the effect of collecting the larvae separately on the ducks and the like and making it possible to use various uses such as feeding of other animals.
(4) According to the present invention, there is further provided a supplementary container portion identical to the container portion in the breeding device, and the bottom surface of the fountain space in the container portion and the auxiliary container portion is formed in a net shape. When the garbage of the container portion is processed and brought to the composting state, the auxiliary container portion is placed on the upper surface of the container portion with the food garbage being stored. At this time, larva of the container moves to the auxiliary container portion through the bottom surface of the auxiliary container portion. As a result, only the food waste in the composted state is left in the container portion, and the auxiliary container portion can be used to replace the container portion in the home. Therefore, the feeding apparatus according to the present invention has the effect of easily collecting the food waste treated by the larvae and treating it so that it can be used as compost.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a feeding device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, separated from the feeding device; Fig.
Fig. 2 is a plan view showing a container portion of the breeding device, such as the one shown in Fig. 1. Fig.
Fig. 3 is a cross-sectional view showing the container portion of the breeding device taken along line AA and line BB in the same manner as in Fig. 2.
FIG. 4 is a perspective view showing a feeding device according to the preferred embodiment shown in FIG.
Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. In the following description of the present invention, a detailed description of known functions and configurations incorporated herein will be omitted when it may make the subject matter of the present invention rather unclear.
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a feeding device 100 separated from the feeding device 100 according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a view showing the container portion 101 of the feeding device 100, And FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view showing the container portion 101 of the feeding device 100 cut along the line AA and line BB, and FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view of the preferred embodiment And a feeding device 100 connected to the feeding device 100 according to the present invention. 2 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line AA, Fig. 3 (b) is a cross-sectional view taken along the line BB of the feeding device 100, Fig.
1 to 4, a feeding apparatus 100 according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention includes a container unit 101, a pedestal unit 102, a lid unit 103, 104), so that the larvae can be raised in the community, and the larvae can be used for various uses in the family. On the other hand, the breeding device 100 for the home can be used for breeding larvae of the order of flies, but not limited to this. Especially, Donghae is actively moving and breeding only in the summer, but not in winter. As a result, in winter, earthworms can be used instead of dandruff.
The upper surface of the container portion 101 is opened, and a predetermined space is formed therein. Inside the container 101, food waste, larvae and the like are kept in a state where the larva is inserted. Here, the food garbage is not limited to the food garbage generated in general households or restaurants, but includes organic wastes such as barley or manure, or organic wastes generated in industrial sites.
A partition 111 is disposed inside the container unit 101 and the partition 111 divides a predetermined space into a habitat space 101a and a collection space 101b. The partition 111 is formed with a moving opening 111a, and the stylus space 101a and the collecting space 101b are connected to each other. Here, larvae are stored only in the form space 101a, such as food waste and homosexuals. In other words, the food waste is treated in the form space 101a by the larvae of Donghae and the like. Here, it is preferable that the format space 101a is larger than the collection space 101b.
A plurality of hiding grooves 112 are formed on the inner surface of the container portion 101 corresponding to the hatching space 101a. The hinge grooves 112 are each formed in a vertical direction. At this time, although the hinge grooves 112 are illustrated as being linear, the hinge grooves 112 may be formed in various shapes such as a spiral shape and a curved shape. Larvae on the back have a habit of moving away in search of shelter to grow into a pupa. The hiding grooves 112 serve as hiding places for larvae and the like. The larva flows into the hiding groove 112 to be transformed into a pupa. The larva that has flown into the hiding groove 112 is transformed into a pupa after a certain period of time. In addition, the pupa is alienated as an adult, and the adult spawning in the habitat 101a. That is, propagation of larvae is continuously performed in the living space for processing food waste in the format space 101a.
In addition, when earthworms are stocked in the habitat 101a in place of the earthworms in the winter, the earthworms actively reproduce and smoothly treat the food wastes.
On the other hand, a part of the larva does not enter the hiding groove 112 but flows into the collection space 101b through the movement opening 111a. The larvae which flow into the collecting space 101b are no longer used for the propagation of the food waste or the continuous companionship.
In addition, when earthworms are stored in the habitat space 101a instead of the eastern habitat in winter, the propagation of the earthworms becomes active and the density of earthworms increases in the habitat space 101a. At this time, part of the earthworms also migrate and flow into the collection space 101b through the movement opening 111a.
The bottom surface of the container portion 101 corresponding to the stylus space 101a is formed in a net shape. The larva can be moved to the living body through the bottom surface of the container 101 having the net shape and the moisture of the food waste can be discharged downward. Therefore, it is preferable that the size of the net shape on the bottom surface of the container portion 101 corresponding to the habitat 101a has a size such that larva or earthworm can pass through at least the eastern part.
A discharge opening 113 is formed in the bottom surface of the container portion 101 corresponding to the collection space 101a. As a result, the larva that has flown into the collection space 101b can be discharged to the outside through the discharge opening 113. [ In other words, larvae collected in the collection space 101b can be collected separately and used as food for other animals, and can be directly used as food for other animals. For example, when the discharge opening 113 is formed toward a fish tank or a fish farm, etc., larvae introduced into the collection space 101b are directly supplied to a fish tank or a fish farm and used as food for fish. At this time, because a continuous transformation process is performed in the habitat 101a, such as a homosexual habitat, the larvae can be continuously introduced into the collection space 101b and used separately or continuously as food for other animals.
In addition, the water storage part 114 is recessed along the upper surface of the container part 101. The water storage part 114 stores water in an exposed state, that is, functions as a trench around the upper surface of the container part 101. [ The water in the water storage part 114 functions as a drinking water for adults in the spawning season and the like.
On the upper surface of the pedestal portion 102, the container portion 101 is positioned. The pedestal portion 102 collects moisture from the container portion 101, that is, moisture of the food waste. As a result, the moisture of the food waste does not leak to the outside. In this embodiment, the pedestal portion 102 has a structure similar to that of a drawer, so that when a predetermined amount of moisture is collected in the pedestal portion 102, the pedestal portion 102 can be discarded as needed.
The lid part 103 forms a predetermined space on the upper surface of the container part 101 while closing the upper surface of the container part 101. [ At this time, the lid part 103 prevents escape of the adults through the upper surface of the container part 101 and forms a moving space for the child and the like in combination with the container part 101. [ In addition, the lid portion 103 includes a frame portion 131 and a closing portion 133.
The frame portion 131 is coupled to the upper side of the container portion 101 to form a predetermined space on the upper surface of the container portion 101. [ At this time, a space in the form of being opened on the upper surface of the container portion 101 is formed by the frame portion 131. Fixtures 115 are formed on the upper surface of the container portion 101 for coupling with the frame portion 131. At this time, the fixtures 115 are not formed in the water storage part 114 but are formed so as to be closer to the outer space than the water storage part 114. The frame part 131 is fixedly coupled to the container part 101 by being inserted into a part of the fixing parts 115. The remaining fasteners 115 in which the frame part 131 is not inserted have different functions and function as air passages for the space formed by the container part 101 and the lid part 103 You may.
The closing portion 133 closes the upper surface of the container portion 101 while enclosing the frame portion 131. The closing portion 133 brings the frame portion 131 into a closed state. At this time, the closing portion 133 can be made of a material such as vinyl, and when the feeding device 100 is installed outdoors, it is possible to prevent the inflow of rainwater into the space formed by the container portion 101 and the lid portion 103 .
The auxiliary container portion 104 is selectively positioned between the container portion 101 and the lid portion 103. Generally, in the container 101, the food waste is treated by larvae and the like to reach a compost state. When the composted food waste overflows inside the container portion 101, the auxiliary container portion 104 is used. The auxiliary container portion 104 is attached to the partition 111 of the container portion 101, the moving opening 111a, the hiding grooves 112, the discharge opening 113, the water storage portion 114 and the fixtures 115 Each including corresponding components. Therefore, the auxiliary container portion 104 is the same as the container portion 101, and when necessary, the same reference numerals as those of the container portion 101 are used to describe the components corresponding to the container portion 101. [
When the auxiliary container portion 104 is positioned between the container portion 101 and the lid portion 103, the upper surface of the container portion 101 is closed by the auxiliary container portion 104, The upper surface is closed by the lid portion 103. The container portion 101 and the auxiliary container portion 104 are connected through the bottom surface of the auxiliary container portion 104 having a net shape. At this time, when food waste is stored in the living space of the auxiliary container portion 104, the larva of the container portion 101 passes through the bottom surface of the auxiliary container portion 104 and flows into the auxiliary container portion 104 do.
The container portion 101 is removed between the auxiliary container portion 104 and the pedestal portion 102 when the larva of the container portion 101 sufficiently flows into the interior of the auxiliary container portion 104. [ At this time, the auxiliary container portion 104 is positioned on the upper surface of the pedestal portion 102 with the upper surface thereof being closed by the lid portion 103. That is, the auxiliary container portion 104 functions as the container portion 101 in place of the container portion 101, and the larvae of the same kind are continuously propagated to provide food for other animals. Meanwhile, the removed container 101 can be replaced with the auxiliary container 104 used for rearing in the back when the food waste treated in the auxiliary container 104 is completely composted.
In addition, the feeding apparatus 100 can be used, for example, in connection with an aquaponic system as described above. The AquaPonic system is a system for growing plants and fish together. At this time, the larvae are used as food for the fish, and the excretion of fish is included in the water and used as nutrients for the plants. Food wastes treated by larvae on the back can be used as nutrients for plants by composting.
Meanwhile, the feeding device 100 of the present invention further includes a larval collecting unit 105. The larval collecting section 105 collects larvae corresponding to the discharge opening 113 and the like passing through the discharge opening 113 and the like. As a result, larvae can be supplied where necessary in the collected state. In addition, even when supplied from the discharge opening 113 directly to a place where the larva is required, such as to the east, it is possible to prevent overproduction of larvae to the homeland.
Further, before the food waste is put into the container unit 101 or the auxiliary container unit 104, anaerobic microorganisms or aerobic microorganisms are put into the food waste in order to reduce the odor caused by the food waste treated by the larvae . Therefore, the feeding apparatus 100 can be used for treating food waste in the room.
While the present invention has been described in connection with certain exemplary embodiments, it will be understood by those skilled in the art that various changes may be made without departing from the scope of the present invention. In addition, the description in parentheses in the description of the claims is intended to prevent obscuration of the description, and the scope of the claims of the claims should be construed to include all the items in parentheses.
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  1. A container unit having a predetermined space formed therein with an upper surface thereof opened;
    A pedestal part in which the container part is located on an upper surface and collects moisture from the container part; And
    And a lid part forming a predetermined space while closing an upper surface of the container part,
    Wherein a partition is disposed in the container portion to divide a hiding space and a collecting space, a moving opening is formed on the partition to connect the hatching space and the collecting space, and a bottom surface of the container portion corresponding to the hatching space is connected to a network Wherein a plurality of shielding grooves are formed in an inner side surface of the container portion corresponding to the stylus space in a vertical direction and a discharge opening is formed in a bottom surface of the container portion corresponding to the collection space,
    The larvae are stored in the food space, and the larvae are introduced into the sickle groove to be transformed into a pupa or introduced into the collection space through the movement opening and discharged to the outside through the discharge opening It is characterized by the breeding device such as hominis.
  2. The container according to claim 1,
    Further comprising a water storage portion formed along the upper surface of the container portion and stored with water in an exposed state.
  3. The electronic apparatus according to claim 1,
    A frame part coupled to an upper side of the container part and forming a predetermined space above the container part; And
    And a closing portion that covers the frame portion and closes the upper surface of the container portion.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    Fixtures are formed along an upper surface rim of the container portion,
    Wherein the frame part is inserted into a part of the fixtures and is coupled and fixed to the container part.
  5. The feeding device according to any one of claims 1, 2, and 4,
    Further comprising an auxiliary container portion which is the same as the container portion and is selectively positioned between the container portion and the lid portion and is closed by the lid portion while closing the upper surface of the container portion.
  6. The feeding apparatus according to claim 1,
    Further comprising a larval collecting portion corresponding to the discharge opening and collecting larvae from the homeward having passed through the discharge opening.
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