KR101516518B1 - Eco-Friendly Interior Finishing material for medical - Google Patents

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KR101516518B1
KR101516518B1 KR1020140014836A KR20140014836A KR101516518B1 KR 101516518 B1 KR101516518 B1 KR 101516518B1 KR 1020140014836 A KR1020140014836 A KR 1020140014836A KR 20140014836 A KR20140014836 A KR 20140014836A KR 101516518 B1 KR101516518 B1 KR 101516518B1
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The present invention relates to an interior finishing material for eco-friendly medical care, and in particular, it relates to an interior finishing material for eco-friendly medical use, which comprises an inorganic porous nonwoven fabric, a planar heating element disposed on the mortar layer, a plurality of yellow earth panels arranged in combination on the planar heating element, An ocher-floor layer coated on the entire surface of the ocher panel; And a Hanji layer adhered to the upper surface of the loess layer, wherein the loess panel includes a powder of natural wood powder that performs an antibacterial deodorization and an air cleaning function, and has a plurality of Is fixed to the through hole formed at four corners of the clay panel.

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{Eco-Friendly Interior Finishing Material for Medical}
The present invention relates to an indoor finishing material for eco-friendly medical use which is made of natural materials and can prevent harmful substances from being generated. More specifically, the present invention relates to an indoor finishing material for indoor air In addition, it is possible to facilitate the construction by connecting the loess panel to the stationary round bar in a binding manner, and to make the construction easy, and the surface of the loess panel is treated with a paper finishing, And to an eco-friendly medical interior finish material having a structure that can be increased.
Recently, Sick House Syndrome (Sick House Syndrome) has become a problem for residents due to harmful substances caused by various materials in new buildings or buildings.
The sick house syndrome as mentioned above is mainly classified into harmful substances such as concrete and cement, which are the basis of the building structure, and chemical components used for indoor finishing materials such as wallpaper, ceiling material and flooring material, and adhesives used for fixing the indoor finishing materials Hundreds of harmful substances are known to be released. VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds), which regulate formaldehyde and acceptable standards, are known to be the main causative substances.
In addition, harmful substances such as radon, asbestos, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, ozone, fine dust, and airborne bacteria that are generated during construction can not be discharged out of the building and accumulate in the room, causing sick house syndrome.
Short-term exposure to these harmful substances can cause irritation to headache, eyes, nose and throat, and may result in vomiting, itching, dizziness, nausea, decreased concentration, fatigue, and sensitivity to odor. In the long term, Pneumonia, high fever, heart disease, and cancer.
Accordingly, various measures for reducing the damage of the sick house syndrome are suggested. For example, there are a method of removing the harmful substances through ventilation or air purification products, a method of removing the building materials from environmentally friendly Material substitution method is being used
However, the ventilating and air purifying device is a post-treatment method for rapidly removing harmful components that have already occurred, not preventing the generation of a chemical component which is a cause of a substantial sick house syndrome. Thus, It takes a long time to remove the air cleaner, and the air cleaner can not be a fundamental measure because the removal efficiency of the unit area is not good.
Particularly, when harmful substances occur in hospitals where patients with weak immunity are hospitalized, there are fatal problems to patients.
Recently, development of eco - friendly architectural materials that do not contain chemical substances causing sick house syndrome has been actively carried out. As an example, Korean Patent Application No. 2008-2537 discloses a technique for manufacturing an environmentally friendly construction interior material by recycling closure hulls. The patent application No. 2007-14659 discloses a clay board which can be used as a wall or ceiling material, The manufacturing method has been introduced.
However, when using loess, the strength is so weak that it breaks or scratches even in a small impact, which causes troubles such as frequent exchange and maintenance, and economical loss.
Therefore, there is an urgent need for an environmentally friendly medical interior finishing material which minimizes damage by increasing the impact strength and bending strength of the yellow clay, and is easy to replace and maintain at the time of breakage.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made in view of the above-mentioned problems, and it is a first object of the present invention to provide a method and apparatus for increasing the impact strength and bending strength of a yellow clay panel to minimize breakage caused by external impact, And to provide an environmentally friendly medical interior finish material having a structure that can be replaced.
A second object of the present invention is to provide a method for purifying indoor air through a yellow soil panel including a powder of natural quarry powder having functions of antibacterial deodorization and air cleaning, The present invention provides an eco-friendly medical interior finish material having a structure capable of enhancing the humidity control function of the loess according to the improvement of the air permeability by finishing the surface of the loess material panel with ease.
In order to achieve the above object, a first aspect of the present invention is directed to an interior finishing material for eco-friendly medical use, which comprises an inorganic porous nonwoven fabric, an area heating element disposed on the inorganic porous nonwoven fabric, A plurality of loess earth panels disposed on the floor; and an ocher floor layer coated on the entire surface of the loess panel in combination; And a Hanji layer adhered to the upper surface of the loess layer, wherein the loess panel includes a powder of natural wood powder that performs an antibacterial deodorization and an air cleaning function, and has a plurality of Is fixed to the through hole formed at four corners of the clay panel.
The second invention is characterized in that, in the first invention, the loess layer is composed of loess, pulp and daphnia in a ratio of 1: 0.5: 1, and the inorganic porous nonwoven fabric comprises loess, pulp and water in a ratio of 0.5: : 2 ratio for about 20 to 30 minutes, followed by drying and construction, so that settlement can be minimized.
A third invention is, in the first invention, in the above-mentioned first invention, said yellow clay panel comprises 20 to 40 parts by weight of powder of natural oak powder, 10 to 15 parts by weight of Dacun pulp sponge, 10 to 15 parts by weight of mulberry bast fiber, By weight.
According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect of the present invention, it is preferable that each of the fixed circular rods is any one of feldspar, biotite and germanium so that far-infrared rays are radiated by accumulating heat.
In a fifth aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect of the present invention, the heat conduction layer is formed on the bottom surface of the loess panel, and the heat conduction layer is formed by adhering a thermally conductive powder. The thermally conductive layer may be made of any one of titanium, copper, and aluminum, And it is preferably a structure that is adhered with any one selected from starch paste, glue, rosin, and lacquer which is an inorganic adhesive.
According to the eco-friendly medical interior finish material of the present invention, it is possible to prevent breakage due to an external impact by mixing a daphnia leaf material, a daphnia leaf material, and a mulberry bast fiber into a yellow soil panel.
In addition, the clay panel can be easily assembled by fitting the clay panel to the fixed fixed round bar, and the damaged clay panel can be easily detached from the fixed round bar.
In addition, indoor air is purified through a yellow soil panel containing a powder of natural oak powder with antibacterial deodorizing and air cleaning function, and the surface of the ocher panel is treated with a finishing agent to enhance the humidity control function of the yellow soil by improving the air permeability It is possible to prevent the patients from being exposed to harmful components in the hospital.
1 is a perspective view of an eco-friendly medical interior covering material according to the present invention,
FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of a recess of an eco-friendly medical interior finish material according to the present invention,
Fig. 3 is a cross-sectional view of Fig. 2. Fig.
 Hereinafter, an eco-friendly medical interior finishing material according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of an eco-friendly medical interior covering material according to the present invention, FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of a recessed part of an environmentally-friendly medical interior covering material according to the present invention, and FIG.
As shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, the present invention purifies indoor air through a clay panel 10 including a powder of natural cocoa powder having functions of antibacterial deodorization and air cleaning, and also fixes the clay panel 10 The surface of the yellow clay panel 10 is treated with a finishing treatment to enhance the ability to control the humidity of the loess according to the improvement of the air permeability The present invention relates to an indoor eco-friendly medical interior finishing material 100 having a structure.
The eco-friendly medical interior finish material 100 of the present invention is largely composed of three parts, which are composed of an inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20, a planar heating element 30, and a yellow earth panel 10.
The inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20 is formed by compressing a predetermined pressure with a press.
The inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20 is disposed on the inner wall and floor of the building to prevent interlayer noise caused by heat insulation and shock mitigation. The inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20 is made of a mixture of loess, pulp and water in a ratio of 0.5: 0.5: 2 It is immersed for about 20 to 30 minutes and dried in a shady place.
Here, when the immersion time is 20 minutes or less, the components of the yellow mortar are not uniformly absorbed into the entire inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20, and it is not preferable because the resultant is not profitable if it is 30 minutes or longer.
Further, the ratio of water is four times as much as that of the loess and pulp, so that the loess and pulp can be smoothly introduced into the holes formed in the inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20 together with water.
Accordingly, the inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20 minimizes sedimentation due to external load due to the inflow of pulp and loess, and can prevent the shape of the inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20 from being deformed by the heat of the surface heating body 30 .
In addition, the planar heating element 30 is disposed above the inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20, and may be formed of a finite heating element.
When the humidity control and the temperature control are required, the surface heating element 30 functions to heat the ocher panel 10 to re-activate the activity of the ocher and also to provide a room temperature keeping effect.
In addition, the loess grooved panel 10 has a structure in which a plurality of the loess grooved panels 10 are arranged in combination on the upper surface of the planar heating elements 30.
This yellow clay panel 10 is composed of 20 to 40 parts by weight of powder of natural oak powder, 10 to 15 parts by weight of Dacun pulp sponge and 5 to 10 parts by weight of mulberry bast fiber per 100 parts by weight of the loess.
Here, it is known that the powder of natural candy powder is antimicrobial, deodorizing, air cleaning, energy saving and promotion of metabolism, and when it is out of the range of 20 to 40 parts by weight on the basis of the powder mixture in consideration of affinity with other components, Is not preferable because the inherent properties of the natural wood are not well expressed or the miscibility with other components and the bonding property are lowered.
The dough pulp sponge liquid is a binding agent and functions to increase the flexural strength of the loess material panel 10.
When the dough pulp solution is not more than 10 parts by weight, it is not preferable because yellow loam and other components are not mixed well, and when it is more than 15 parts by weight, the drying period becomes long.
Also, the mulberry bast fiber is used as a bonding agent to increase the bonding strength and impact strength of the yellow clay panel 10, and when it is 5 parts by weight or less, the bonding strength and impact strength of the yellow clay panel 10 are weakened If it is more than 10 parts by weight, it is not desirable because there is no benefit.
Also, a heat conduction layer 12 having a thermally conductive powder is formed on the bottom surface of the clay panel 10.
The heat conduction layer 12 can directly transmit heat to the yellow soil panel 10 without loss of the heat generated by the area heating element 30, thereby promptly promoting the response.
Here, the thermally conductive powder is composed of any one of titanium, copper and aluminum, or a mixture of at least two thereof, and is bonded with any one selected from starch paste, glue, rosin and lacquer which are inorganic adhesives.
Through holes 11 are formed at four corners of the yellow clay panel 10, and a plurality of fixed round rods 50 are fixed to the indoor wall surface and the bottom surface of the building at regular intervals.
This configuration facilitates the installation by allowing each of the yellow clay panels 10 to be caulked to the fixed round bar 50 and facilitating the replacement of the yellow clay panel 10 damaged by the external force. It is a structure that can be done.
In addition, each of the stationary round rods 50 is preferably made of feldspar, biotite, or germanium so as to radiate far-infrared rays by storing heat.
Here, the upper end of each of the fixed round rods 50 is exposed to the upper part of the yellow clay panel 10, and thus also serves as a heat transfer medium for the surface heating elements 30.
In addition, the construction of each of the fixed round rods 50 may be structured such that an anchor bolt is fixed to a floor or a wall surface of a building and a lower portion of the fixed round bar is fixed to the upper portion of the anchor bolt by screwing. It is also possible to do.
On the other hand, the clayey plaster layer 13 is applied to the entire surface of the combined clayey panel 10 to a thickness of about 2 m to 5 mm.
The clayey plaster layer 13 fills the gaps between the clayey panels 10 and smoothes the surfaces of the clayey panels 10 to facilitate the joining of the clayeys.
At this time, the loess fine layer 13 is composed of a mixture of loess, pulp and daphnia at a ratio of 1: 0.5: 1. Herein, the pulp increases the bonding strength of the loess and the dapple increases the adhesiveness to the paper.
In addition, the paper layer 40 is attached to the upper surface of the clayey plaster layer 13.
The above-mentioned paper layer 40 absorbs moisture and has an effect of natural humidification. Further, the paper layer 40 has an air cleaning function by adsorbing fine dust, and has good air permeability, and releases the beneficial components in the yellow clay panel 10 and the fixed round bar 50 .
 Meanwhile, the surface of the paper layer 40 may be finished by applying the above-described inorganic adhesive to a thickness of about 0.5 to 1 mm. This is to prevent the hard layer 40 from being scratched or torn by an external force.
The features of the above-mentioned eco-friendly medical interior finish material are as follows.
First: It is made of natural materials beneficial to human body such as Korean paper, loess and natural minerals, and prevents harmful substances from being generated in buildings.
Second, beneficial components of Korean paper, loess, and natural minerals can maintain a pleasant condition by releasing indoor air cleaning effect, humidity control and far infrared rays.
Third: It is easy to install and maintain by inserting a loess panel into a fixed round bar, and a fixed round bar can distribute the load to minimize damage to the loess panel.
Fourth: Plain heating elements can be placed between the clay panel and inorganic porous nonwoven fabric to improve the warmth and prevent the interlayer noise.
It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various modifications and variations can be made in the present invention without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention as defined by the appended claims. It is obvious that you can do it.
10: Yellow soil panel 11: Through hole 12: Heat conduction layer
13: Loess coat layer
20: inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 30: planar heating element 40:
50: Fixed round bar 100: Environment-friendly medical interior finish

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  1. In an eco-friendly medical interior finish,
    An inorganic porous nonwoven fabric (20);
    A planar heating element 30 disposed on the inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20;
    A plurality of yellow clay panels (10) arranged in combination on top of the area heating elements (30);
    A yellow ocher deposit layer 13 applied over the entire surface of the combined ocher panel 10; And
    And a Hanji layer (40) adhered to the upper surface of the loess layer (13)
    The yellow clay panel (10) includes a natural wood powder powder having antibacterial deodorization and air cleaning function,
    Wherein a plurality of fixed circular rods (50) are fixed to an indoor wall surface and a bottom surface of the building at regular intervals and are fitted to through holes (11) formed at four corners of the loess grooved panel (10) Medical interior finish.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The clayey plaster layer 13 is composed of a mixture of loess, pulp and daphnia at a ratio of 1: 0.5: 1,
    The inorganic porous nonwoven fabric 20 is configured to minimize settlement by immersing the loess mortar in a ratio of 0.5: 0.5: 2 of the loess, pulp and water for about 20 to 30 minutes, Indoor finish.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    The yellow clay panel 10 is composed of 20 to 40 parts by weight of powder of natural oak powder, 10 to 15 parts by weight of a dapper pulp solution of Korean paper, and 5 to 10 parts by weight of a mulberry bast fiber to 100 parts by weight of the loess Environmentally friendly medical interior finish.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein each of the fixed round rods (50) is any one of feldspar, biotite, and germanium so as to radiate far-infrared rays by storing heat.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    On the bottom surface of the yellow clay panel 10, a heat conductive layer 12 having a thermally conductive powder attached thereto is formed.
    The thermally conductive powder may be any one of titanium, copper and aluminum, or a mixture of at least two thereof,
    Wherein the adhesive layer is a structure that is adhered with any one selected from starch paste, glue, rosin, and lacquer, which is an inorganic adhesive.
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