KR102098595B1 - Automatic ascending and descending device for toilet seat - Google Patents

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KR102098595B1
KR102098595B1 KR1020190035060A KR20190035060A KR102098595B1 KR 102098595 B1 KR102098595 B1 KR 102098595B1 KR 1020190035060 A KR1020190035060 A KR 1020190035060A KR 20190035060 A KR20190035060 A KR 20190035060A KR 102098595 B1 KR102098595 B1 KR 102098595B1
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It is easy to install on the existing toilet seat, and is a simple structure that does not require any electronic equipment. It is a device that automatically raises and lowers the toilet seat without using a hand, and includes a first fluid bag stretchable by a fluid to lift the toilet seat; A fluid supply device for supplying fluid to the elevator including a second fluid bag expandable and contractable by the fluid; And a hose connecting the fluid supplier and the elevator to supply the fluid supplied from the fluid supplier to the elevator.

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Automatic toilet seat lifting device {AUTOMATIC ASCENDING AND DESCENDING DEVICE FOR TOILET SEAT}

The present invention relates to a cover (or toilet seat, sitting plate, seat plate) installed on the toilet seat. Specifically, it relates to a device for automatically raising or lowering the toilet seat.

As shown in Fig. 6, which shows a picture of a common toilet seat, in general, when a man urinates in the bathroom, he / she urinates by standing with the toilet seat on top. On the other hand, when a woman urination, she sits down and performs her toilet. For this reason, whenever a man urinates, it is necessary to raise the toilet seat by hand and lower it for the next woman.

However, the toilet seat looks hygienic and unclean, so men are reluctant to raise it by hand. In addition, since the waist must be bent when raising the toilet seat, it is cumbersome and burdensome to people with low waist.

Various applications have been made to improve this problem.

In Document 1, the pedal is located on the bottom surface, which is the front part of the toilet seat provided with a toilet cover and a lid for supporting the buttocks of the human body: a first pipe provided with a piston connected to the pedal and filled with fluid therein; A second pipe formed at a curved end in a shape that surrounds the lower rear side of the toilet seat and connects the other end to form a flow path with the first pipe; A pair of third pipes installed opposite to the upper ends of both sides of the second pipe, the lower end of which forms a flow path with the second pipe, and the upper side having a curve in a “y” shape; One end is coupled to the pair of curves and the third pipe having a curve so as to be a piston movement, the other end is connected to the toilet cover and rises at an angle of about 80 ° and is provided with a curved piston that lifts the toilet cover. A pedal-type toilet seat using hydraulic pressure is described. The design described in this document has the advantage of being able to automatically raise and lower the toilet cover by stepping on the pedal when urinating on the left toilet bowl, but it has a convenient advantage, but its structure is complicated and difficult to put into practice, and the curved piston is located on both sides of the toilet bowl Therefore, it is difficult for a person to actually sit on the toilet.

The design described in Document 2 is made of a rubber or soft synthetic resin material filled with water and is fixed to a predetermined position on the rear surface of the toilet seat and placed on the floor of the toilet, and the hydraulic pressure applied from the pressing part is applied through the hose 20. A toilet seat opening / closing device for a toilet seat composed of an operation unit for opening and closing a toilet seat rotatably installed in a toilet seat is described. This design can easily prevent soiling of the toilet seat due to not raising the toilet seat when urine (male) is viewed, and the pressing part can be moved to any location in the bathroom, so the user can press the pressing part in a convenient posture. There is an advantage that can be used, but the structure of the operation part is complicated, and there is a disadvantage that it cannot be used in the existing toilet and must be installed and used in a new product.

In Document 3, a toilet seat fixture fixed to both sides of the toilet body, a seat support having a shaft 120 penetrating through the fixture so as to be rotatable, and a lever for lifting the seat support fixed to the shaft, and the lever It describes a toilet seat opening and closing device composed of a stool for pulling, and a footrest to which the traction is coupled. The present invention is hygienic because the user can open and close the toilet seat by stepping on the footrest without touching the toilet seat with the hand, so the user does not feel uncomfortable, and has the advantage of being able to produce and provide the user with a low cost. The existing toilet seat is difficult to apply because there is no space to install the seat support and the shaft, and the footrest is fixed to the towing platform, so it is not only convenient for use, but also has a complicated structure, which has problems in practical use.

Document 1: Utility Model Registration No. 20-0440292 Document 2: Utility Model Publication No. 1999-007234 Document 3: Patent registration number 10-0434123

Recognizing the problems of the prior art, the present invention provides an apparatus for automatically raising and lowering the toilet seat without using a hand as a simple structure that is easy to install in an existing toilet seat and does not require any electronic equipment.

The present invention is installed on the lower portion of the toilet seat of the toilet seat, including a first fluid bag that can be stretched by a fluid lift the toilet seat; A fluid supply device for supplying fluid to the elevator including a second fluid bag expandable and contractable by the fluid; And a hose connecting the fluid supply and the lift to supply the fluid supplied from the fluid supply to the lift, wherein the fluid supply contracts the second fluid bag when it is pressurized to the first fluid bag. Supply the fluid to expand the first fluid bag to raise the toilet seat, and when the fluid supply is released, the fluid is recovered into the second fluid bag and the first fluid bag contracts to cause the toilet seat to descend. Provided is an automatic lifting device for a toilet seat, which features.

The first fluid bag and the second fluid bag are characterized in that the volume is the same. If the volume is the same as described above, since the fluid supplied from the second fluid bag to the first fluid bag is recovered to the first fluid bag again in the same amount when the toilet seat is lowered, the advantage of raising and lowering the toilet seat to the same height is advantageous. have.

The hose and the first fluid bag and the second fluid bag are characterized in that they are sealed and connected so that there is no outflow of fluid, and it is possible to automatically raise and lower the toilet seat by the fluid. The fluid may be liquid or gas, and air is convenient for use. However, in terms of airtightness, a liquid such as water is more preferable.

The elevator is provided with a first coupling means that can be combined with the lower surface of the toilet seat and the upper surface of the toilet seat, which is coupled to the lower surface of the toilet seat and the upper surface of the toilet seat to facilitate lifting and lowering of the toilet seat.

The first coupling means is characterized in that it is any one or more coupling means selected from the group comprising an adhesive, double-sided tape, and mechanical coupling means. As a mechanical coupling means, for example, a plate or the like is attached to the lower surface of the elevator and the upper surface of the toilet seat, using a bolt and a nut, or an adhesive on one side and a means with a squeaker on the other side are exemplified.

The first fluid bag, which is a stretchable resin material and can contain fluid therein, is characterized by having upper and lower plates of hard materials on its upper and lower portions, respectively. The first fluid bag should be able to expand and contract for its purpose, and the side portion, particularly the portion that needs to expand and raise the toilet seat, is preferably a resin material. In addition, if the upper and lower plates of the first fluid bag are made of a hard material, they have good durability and are also useful when combined with the upper surface or the toilet seat. The upper or lower plate itself of the first fluid bag may be made of a hard material, or may be used by combining separate materials on the upper and lower parts of the first fluid bag. Various structures are possible for the expansion and contraction of the fluid bag, but a bellows structure is preferred. The installation position of the elevator is preferably in the back of the toilet seat in consideration of convenience in use, that is, immediately in front of the portion where the toilet seat is combined with the toilet seat. The first fluid bag has a triangular cross-section, and the vertex part is located behind the toilet seat, and the opposite surface of the vertex is located at the front of the toilet seat, and the bellows are formed on the opposite surface, and thus it is preferable to be stretchable. A bellows structure may also be formed on the side surface of the first fluid bag, and the width of the bellows increases toward the front side toward the front side to facilitate expansion and contraction of the front side.

The fluid supply may be provided with a second coupling means on the bottom thereof, which may be any one or more selected from the group comprising an adhesive, a double-sided tape, and a mechanical coupling means. The mechanical coupling means may be combined with a glass or flat floor using a vacuum in consideration of being coupled to the floor or side of the toilet. Unlike the first coupling means, the second coupling means has a low need when the fluid supply is generally stepped on. However, when the fluid supply is installed on the wall of the toilet entrance, the need increases.

The second fluid bag may also have the same structure as the first fluid bag, and the upper or lower surface thereof may be a rigid structure. However, the fluid supply unit does not need to be formed in a triangular cross section since its function is to supply fluid to the elevator. For example, it does not matter even if the cross section is a square (for example, a square column). However, when the fluid supply is placed on the bottom surface of the toilet and the person presses on the foot, it is preferable that the cross section is triangular.

On the other hand, when the pressure is released, the fluid supplier preferably includes an expansion and restoration means to expand again. When the fluid supply in the present invention releases pressurization, the force to pressurize the fluid in the elevator disappears, so even if the toilet seat is slightly lowered by hand, the toilet seat is lowered by its load and the elevator is pressed and contracted, causing the fluid in the first fluid bag to contract. It will move to the second fluid bag. Current toilet seat products have an angle of more than 90 degrees when the toilet is raised, so it is slightly biased back. However, when the device of the present invention is mounted, the elevator supports even if it is raised to an angle within 90 degrees. In the present invention, when the toilet is pressurized while maintaining the elevation of the toilet seat within 90 degrees, the pressure is maintained and the pressure is released. You can also let it come down automatically. That is, in the toilet seat equipped with the apparatus of the present invention, it may be more preferable to raise the toilet seat at a lower angle than to rotate the toilet seat by 90 degrees or more, since it is not necessary to use a separate hand.

Since the second fluid is a dense fluid such as a liquid, and the fluid supply is located on the floor of the bathroom, there is a difference in the position of the lift and the fluid supply, so the liquid automatically returns to the fluid supply by gravity of the liquid, The first fluid bag will contract because it is vacuumed. When this happens, the toilet seat will descend. At this time, if the elevator (or the second fluid bag) is combined with the toilet seat, the toilet seat will automatically descend even if the toilet seat is not lowered by hand. However, when the fluid is a gas, it may be difficult to contract the first fluid bag of the elevator under the load of the toilet seat and expand the second fluid bag. In this case, if the fluid supply means is provided with an expansion and restoration means, regardless of whether the fluid is a liquid or a gas, the second fluid bag expands by the expansion and restoration means, and accordingly, the fluid in the first fluid bag is pulled out and contracted. Will descend. The expansion and restoration means can be variously applied to springs, such as coil springs and leaf springs. For example, in the embodiment below, a coil spring is installed at a hinge portion where the lower plate and the upper plate meet. In addition, instead of having an expansion and restoration means, if the second fluid bag itself is made of a bellows type and made of an elastic resin material, when the pressure is released, it expands by its own elasticity when the pressure is released, and the fluid is pulled out from the first fluid bag. The toilet seat can be lowered.

In addition, the fluid supply and the elevator is preferably provided with a shape maintaining means capable of maintaining its shape. In particular, it is preferable to provide a shape-holding means because the shape of the second fluid bag made of a resin material may be distorted because the fluid supply is often stepped on with a strong foot. A spring connecting the upper and lower plates of the fluid supply unit may be installed on the front surface (facing the apex) of the second fluid bag installed on the fluid supply unit, and on the side surface to serve as an expansion and restoration means while maintaining the shape of the fluid supply unit.

The upper surface of the first fluid bag is preferably coupled between the toilet seat supporting means located on the lower surface of the toilet seat and the rear end of the toilet seat. At this time, it is preferable that the upper surface of the elevator or the first fluid bag is coupled to one or more of the left and right sides of the toilet seat.

In the present invention, it is possible to easily attach and detach an existing toilet seat, and provides a device that automatically raises and lowers a toilet seat without using a hand as a simple structure that does not require any electronic equipment.

In addition, according to an embodiment of the present invention, since the upper and lower surfaces of the elevator are coupled to the lower and upper toilet seats, respectively, when the elevator is contracted, the toilet seat is automatically lowered, and there is no need to lower the toilet seat by hand.

In addition, according to one embodiment according to the present invention, the second fluid bag has an elastic force, or the fluid supply is provided with an expansion and restoration means to release the pressure applied to the fluid supply to automatically release the second fluid bag of the fluid supply. Since the fluid is drawn out of the first fluid bag while expanding, the lift automatically descends and the toilet seat on the upper part automatically descends.

That is, according to the embodiment according to the present invention, the toilet seat is automatically raised by pressing the fluid supply, and when the pressure is released, the toilet seat is automatically lowered.

1 shows an embodiment of the present invention.
2 shows another embodiment of the present invention.
3 shows another embodiment of the present invention.
4 shows another embodiment of the present invention.
5 shows another embodiment of the present invention.
6 is a photograph of a typical toilet seat.

A specific embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG. 1.

In FIG. 1, an elevator 30 is installed below a toilet seat 50 and a toilet seat 40. The elevator 30 functions to raise the toilet seat 40 including a first fluid bag 32 that is expandable and contractible by a fluid. The fluid supply 10 includes a second fluid bag 12 expandable by a fluid, and functions to supply fluid to the elevator 30. The hose 20 connects the fluid supply 10 and the lift 30 to supply the fluid supplied from the fluid supply 10 to the lift 30.

When the fluid supply 10 is pressurized, the second fluid bag 12 contracts to supply fluid to the first fluid bag 32, thereby expanding the first fluid bag 32 to raise the toilet seat 40. When the pressure is released from the fluid supplier 10, the first fluid bag 32 contracts and the toilet seat 40 descends. The pressurization may be performed by stepping on the foot when the fluid supply 10 is installed on the floor of the toilet, for example, by hand pressing when the fluid supply is installed on the wall.

It is preferred that the first fluid bag 32 and the second fluid bag 12 have the same volume. If the volume is the same, the fluid supplied from the second fluid bag 12 to the first fluid bag 32 is recovered to the first fluid bag 32 again in the same amount when the toilet seat 40 descends. 40) has the advantage of rising and falling to the same height.

The hose 20 and the first fluid bag 32 and the second fluid bag 12 are sealed and connected so that there is no leakage of fluid. It is possible to automatically raise and lower the toilet seat 50 and the toilet seat 40 by the fluid when it is sealed. The fluid may be liquid or gas, and air is convenient for use. However, in terms of airtightness, a liquid such as water may be more preferable.

The elevator 30 may be provided with a first coupling means capable of engaging the lower portion of the toilet seat 40 and the upper portion of the toilet seat 50. The elevator 30 is coupled to the lower surface 42 of the toilet seat 40 and the upper surface 52 of the toilet seat 50 to facilitate lifting and lowering of the toilet seat 40.

The first bonding means may be any one or more bonding means selected from the group comprising an adhesive, double-sided tape, and mechanical bonding means. As a mechanical coupling means, for example, using a bolt and a nut through a plate on the lower surface of the elevator 30 and the upper surface of the toilet seat 50, or an adhesive on one side and a means with a squeaker on the other side are exemplified. You can.

The lift 30 may have upper and lower plates made of hard materials, respectively, at upper and lower portions of the first fluid bag 32 which is a stretchable resin material and may contain fluid therein. The first fluid bag 32 should be able to expand and contract for its purpose. The side portion, particularly the portion where the toilet seat 40 needs to be raised by raising, is preferably made of a resin material. In addition, if the upper and lower plates of the first fluid bag 32 are made of a hard material, they have good durability and are also helpful when combined with the upper surface of the toilet bowl 50 or the toilet seat 40. Unlike the second fluid bag, the first fluid bag may not have strong elasticity, and among the resin materials, a material that can be easily shrunk for convenience of descending the toilet seat 40 is preferable.

The upper or lower plate itself of the first fluid bag 32 may be made of a hard material, or may be used by combining separate materials on the upper and lower parts of the first fluid bag 32. Various structures are possible for the expansion and contraction of the fluid bag, but a bellows structure (aka bellows structure, folding structure) is preferred. The installation position of the elevator 30 is preferably the rear of the left toilet 50 as shown in FIG. 1 in consideration of convenience in use, that is, immediately in front of the portion where the toilet seat 40 is coupled to the left toilet 50. The first fluid bag 32 has a triangular cross-section and a vertex portion (for example, a hinge portion where the upper and lower plates meet) is located at the back of the toilet seat 40 and the opposite side of the vertex is located at the front of the toilet seat 40, It is preferable that the bellows is formed on the face to be stretchable. A bellows structure may also be formed on the side surface of the first fluid bag, and it is preferable to increase and decrease the width of the bellows as the width of the bellows increases toward the front side.

The fluid supply 10 may be provided with a second coupling means at the bottom thereof, which may be any one or more selected from the group comprising an adhesive, double-sided tape, and mechanical coupling means. When coupled to the bottom surface of the toilet, the mechanical coupling means may use a means for coupling to a glass or flat floor using vacuum. Unlike the first coupling means, the second coupling means may have a low need when the fluid supply 10 is generally stepped on. However, when the fluid supply 10 is installed on the wall surface of the toilet entrance, the need increases.

The second fluid bag 12 may also have the same structure as the first fluid bag 32, and the upper or lower surface thereof may be a rigid structure. However, the fluid supply 10 does not need to have a triangular cross-section because its function is to supply fluid to the elevator 30. For example, when the fluid supply is installed on the wall surface and is pressed by hand, the cross section may be square (eg, square column), and it may be round or other shape. However, when the fluid supply 10 is placed on the bottom surface of the toilet and a person presses on it by foot, it is preferable that the cross section is triangular, and any other shape may be a structure that is easy to step on.

Meanwhile, when the pressure is released, the fluid supply 10 preferably includes an expansion and restoration means to expand again. In the present invention, when the fluid supply 10 releases pressurization, the force to pressurize the fluid to the lift 30 disappears, so even if the toilet seat 40 is slightly lowered by hand, the toilet seat 40 descends due to its load, and the elevator ( When 30) is pressed and contracted, the fluid in the first fluid bag 32 will move to the second fluid bag 12. Current toilet seat 50 products when the toilet seat 40 is raised, because the angle exceeds 90 degrees and is slightly biased back, the toilet seat 40 will be lowered to an angle within 90 degrees. However, when the device of the present invention is mounted, even if the toilet seat 40 is raised at an angle within 90 degrees, the elevator 30 supports, so in the present invention, the elevation of the toilet seat 40 by the elevator 30 is within 90 degrees. However, it can be maintained when pressure is applied to the fluid supply, and then automatically released when pressure is released.

When the second fluid has a high density, such as liquid, when the fluid supply 10 is located on the floor of the toilet, there is a difference in the position of the elevator 30 and the fluid supply 10. Returning to the fluid supply 10, the first fluid bag 32 of the elevator 30 will contract because the vacuum is applied. When this happens, the toilet seat 40 will descend. At this time, when the elevator 30 (or the first fluid bag 32) is combined with the toilet seat 40, the toilet seat 40 is automatically lowered even if the toilet seat 40 is not slightly lowered by hand. Will descend However, when the fluid is a gas, it may be difficult to contract the first fluid bag 32 of the elevator 30 under the load of the toilet seat 40 and expand the second fluid bag 12. At this time, if the second fluid bag 12 is made of an elastic resin material, it releases pressure and expands due to its elasticity. On the contrary, the first fluid bag 32 contracts to allow the toilet seat to descend. At this time, the first fluid bag 32, the weaker the elasticity, the easier the contraction will be.

Or, if the fluid supply 10 is provided with an expansion and restoration means, regardless of whether the fluid is a liquid or a gas, the second fluid bag 12 expands by the expansion and restoration means, and accordingly, the fluid in the first fluid bag 32 Since the contraction by pulling out, the elevator 30 will descend. The expansion and restoration means may be variously applied to springs, such as coil springs and leaf springs. For example, in FIG. 1, it is illustrated that a coil spring is installed at a hinge portion where the lower plate 16 and the upper plate 14 of the fluid supply 10 meet to separate the upper plate and the lower plate from each other.

In addition, the fluid supply 10 and the elevator 30 is preferably provided with a shape maintaining means capable of maintaining its shape. In particular, the fluid supply 10 is preferably provided with a shape-holding means because the shape of the second fluid bag 12 made of a resin material may be distorted because it is often stepped on with a strong foot. Alternatively, as compared with the first fluid bag 32, the second fluid bag 12 is preferably strong in material strength or thickened to have durability.

Alternatively, a spring that is repelled to be pressed between the upper plate 14 and the lower plate 16 of the fluid supply 10 is installed in the front surface (facing the vertex) of the second fluid bag 12 installed in the fluid supply 10, or in the side portion. By doing so, it can also serve as an expansion and restoration means while maintaining the shape of the fluid supply.

Alternatively, the fluid bag is fixed in a pressurized state when it is pressurized once, and then, for example, the second pressurization after the urine is exhausted is performed in such a way that it expands again. An apparatus may be provided.

Although the elevator 30 is shown in FIG. 1 in a small size, its width and length can be increased as necessary.

For example, in FIG. 2, the elevator 30 is installed from the left to the right of the upper surface 52 of the toilet seat, and in FIG. 3, the fluid is connected through the hose while separately installed on the left and right sides.

Furthermore, the width of the elevator 30 is also increased to increase the lifting force of the toilet seat 40, or the shape of the upper surface of the elevator 30 is changed to fit the structure of the lower surface 42 of the toilet seat 40, so that It is also desirable to increase the bondability or contactability with the lower surface 42. For example, referring to FIG. 4, the upper surface of the elevator 3 is formed in a substantially quadrangular shape on both sides of the lower surface of the toilet seat 40 in accordance with its structure, and the lower portion thereof has a flat shape for easy coupling to the toilet seat 50. . In the structure of Figure 4, the upper portion of the elevator 30 is located between the toilet seat support means 44 and the rear end of the toilet seat. In this structure, when the elevator 30 is inflated, the upper portion of the elevator 30 is configured to make it easier to ascend by pushing the toilet seat supporting means 44 as well as the toilet seat 42.

In FIG. 4, the upper surfaces of the elevators are coupled to each of the left and right sides of the toilet seat, and it is preferable to move the toilet seats up and down with one fluid supplyer so that the fluid communicates as shown in FIG. In addition, in FIG. 4, the toilet seat 40 is raised at an angle within 90 degrees without completely tilting the back.

In FIG. 4, the lower surface of the elevator 30 has a flat shape, but it is also possible to fit the upper shape of the toilet seat by protruding both sides of the elevator to fit the upper shape of the toilet seat.

As shown in FIG. 4, the elevator is provided with a top plate and a bottom plate separately, but may not be provided separately, and may be composed of only the first fluid bag. In addition, the upper surface of the elevator is coupled to the lower surface of the toilet seat, and the lower surface of the elevator is configured to be coupled to the upper surface of the left toilet bowl.

In FIG. 5, unlike FIG. 4, a portion connecting the lifts installed on both sides of the toilet seat is also configured to push the lower portion of the toilet seat upward while expanding during expansion by installing a bellows.

In FIGS. 4 and 5, the structures for raising and lowering the left and right sides of the toilet seat are installed to increase the lifting force, but if necessary, it may be installed only on one side.

10 fluid supply, 12 second fluid bag, 20 hose, 30 lift, 32 first fluid bag, 40 toilet seat, 50 toilet seat

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  1. An elevator installed at a lower portion of the toilet seat of the left toilet bowl and including a first fluid pocket stretchable by a fluid to raise the toilet seat;
    A fluid supply device for supplying fluid to the elevator including a second fluid bag expandable and contractable by the fluid; And
    It includes; a hose connecting the fluid supply and the lift to supply the fluid supplied from the fluid supply to the lift; includes,
    When the fluid supply is pressurized, the second fluid bag contracts to supply fluid to the first fluid bag, thereby expanding the first fluid bag to raise the toilet seat, and when the fluid supply is released, the second fluid bag is released. Furnace fluid is recovered, the first fluid bag contracts, the toilet seat descends,
    The hose and the first fluid bag and the second fluid bag are sealed and connected so that there is no leakage of fluid,
    The lift is provided with a first coupling means capable of engaging the lower surface of the toilet seat and the upper surface of the toilet seat,
    The fluid is characterized in that the liquid, the fluid supply is located on the floor of the bathroom, due to the difference in the position of the lift and the fluid supply, the liquid is automatically returned to the fluid supply from the lift by the gravity of the liquid, The first fluid bag of the elevator is contracted due to vacuum, and the elevator automatically lowers the toilet seat toilet seat, characterized in that the toilet seat automatically descends.
  2. The method according to claim 1, The first fluid bag and the second fluid bag, characterized in that the same volume, the toilet seat automatic lifting device.
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  5. The method according to claim 1, The first fluid bag, while the elastic resin material can contain a fluid therein, characterized in that the upper and lower portions of the upper and lower plates, respectively, the upper and lower toilet seat toilet seat automatic lifting and lowering Device.
  6. The method according to claim 1, The first fluid bag is characterized in that the cross section is triangular and the vertex part is located behind the toilet seat, the opposite face of the vertex is located in front of the toilet seat, and the bezel is formed on the opposite face to be stretchable. Automatic toilet seat lifting device.
  7. The method according to claim 1, The fluid supply is characterized in that it comprises a second coupling means on the lower, automatic toilet seat lifting device.
  8. The method according to claim 1, The second fluid bag, while the elastic resin material can contain a fluid therein, characterized in that the upper and lower upper and lower plates, respectively, the upper and lower portions of the toilet seat automatic lifting and lowering of the toilet seat Device.
  9. The method according to claim 1, The second fluid bag has a cross-section of the vertex and the vertex in a triangular cross-section, characterized in that the bellows are formed on the face is stretchable, automatic toilet seat lifting device.
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  11. The method according to any one of claims 1, 2, and 5 to 9, wherein the fluid supply includes an expansion and restoration means to expand again when the pressure is released, the toilet seat automatic lifting device .
  12. The method according to claim 11, The expansion and restoration means, characterized in that the spring, toilet seat automatic lifting and lowering device.
  13. The method according to any one of claims 1, 2, and 5 to 9, wherein the fluid supply, when the pressure is released, characterized in that it can expand again by the elasticity of the second fluid bag, automatic toilet seat toilet w Descending device.
  14. The method according to any one of claims 1, 2, and 5 to 9, wherein the fluid supply is provided with a shape-holding means capable of maintaining its shape, the automatic toilet seat lifting device.
  15. The method according to any one of claims 1, 2 and 5 to 9, characterized in that the strength of the second fluid bag is stronger than the first fluid bag, automatic toilet seat lifting device.
  16. The method according to any one of claims 1, 2, and 5 to 9, wherein the upper surface of the elevator is characterized in that coupled between the toilet seat supporting means located on the lower surface of the toilet seat and the rear end of the toilet seat, automatic toilet seat lifting and lowering Device.
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