KR200356141Y1 - Liquid cleaner dispenser for toilet - Google Patents

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KR200356141Y1
KR200356141Y1 KR20-2004-0011994U KR20040011994U KR200356141Y1 KR 200356141 Y1 KR200356141 Y1 KR 200356141Y1 KR 20040011994 U KR20040011994 U KR 20040011994U KR 200356141 Y1 KR200356141 Y1 KR 200356141Y1
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첸아이-씨엔
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캡틴 어세트 인베스트 매니지먼트 리미티드
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E03WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE
    • E03DWATER-CLOSETS OR URINALS WITH FLUSHING DEVICES; FLUSHING VALVES THEREFOR
    • E03D9/00Sanitary or other accessories for lavatories ; Devices for cleaning or disinfecting the toilet room or the toilet bowl; Devices for eliminating smells
    • E03D9/02Devices adding a disinfecting, deodorising, or cleaning agent to the water while flushing
    • E03D9/03Devices adding a disinfecting, deodorising, or cleaning agent to the water while flushing consisting of a separate container with an outlet through which the agent is introduced into the flushing water, e.g. by suction ; Devices for agents in direct contact with flushing water
    • E03D9/033Devices placed inside or dispensing into the cistern
    • E03D9/037Active dispensers, i.e. comprising a moving dosing element
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E03WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE
    • E03DWATER-CLOSETS OR URINALS WITH FLUSHING DEVICES; FLUSHING VALVES THEREFOR
    • E03D9/00Sanitary or other accessories for lavatories ; Devices for cleaning or disinfecting the toilet room or the toilet bowl; Devices for eliminating smells
    • E03D9/02Devices adding a disinfecting, deodorising, or cleaning agent to the water while flushing
    • E03D2009/028Devices adding a disinfecting, deodorising, or cleaning agent to the water while flushing using a liquid substance

Abstract

The present invention includes an injector for storing the liquid detergent including an upper passage and a bottom opening for filling the liquid detergent;
A connection cup extending downward from the dispenser, the connecting cup having a bottom spaced from the bottom opening at a predetermined distance and having at least one hole formed therein;
It is to provide a floating device having a float in the connecting cup opposite the bottom opening.
When the dispenser is installed in the toilet tank, it engages or separates from the bottom opening as the level of water in the toilet tank rises or falls. Thus, the dispenser automatically dispenses the liquid detergent into the toilet tank or dispenses the liquid detergent into the toilet tank as the float rises or falls.

Description

Liquid detergent dispenser for restroom {LIQUID CLEANER DISPENSER FOR TOILET}

The present invention relates to a toilet cleaning apparatus and in particular to a solution discharger installed in a toilet tank with improved properties.

Conventionally, not everyone likes to clean the bathroom. In case of poor cleaning, it has a strong odor. Accordingly, detergent manufacturing companies have been developing various detergents. Remove dirt or similar from the detergent toilet. Moreover, it is easy for detergent users to clean the bathroom. It is known that dirt is splashed to the user when the toilet is cleaned using a detergent. This is not desirable. It is also known that dirt forms easily after several hours after cleaning. Cleaning for use is required. This is annoying. By solving the above drawbacks, solid detergents (eg, cleaning blocks) shaped into blocks have been developed by detergent companies. The cleaning block has components of detergent and deodorant. The cleaning block is administered directly to the toilet tank to dissolve. Thus, water is mixed with the dissolved cleaning block to form a cleaning cleaning solution. After using the toilet, a person washes out defecation and / or urination with a cleaning solution stored in a tank.

However, the amount of cleaning blocks dissolved in the toilet tank will gradually decrease over time. Also, the amount of cleaning blocks that mix with water in some periods is different (eg, longer or shorter) than the amount of cleaning blocks that mix with water in other periods. Therefore, washing down with an excessive amount of dissolved cleaning block can clean the toilet sufficiently and fill the rest room with the fragrant aroma, while the cleaning block is generally wasted. In contrast, when the amount of the cleaning block dissolved in the toilet tank is not sufficient, the desired cleaning cannot be achieved.

Moreover, it was found that the cleaning block was sufficiently mixed with the water in the toilet tank after a predetermined period of time after the water was refilled before. However, even after the cleaning block is still being dissolved, the cleaning block in water is not sufficiently dissolved after a predetermined period of time (the water is not refilled). Thus, many concentrations of detergent and deodorant are present on the floor of the toilet. As a result, contaminants can be easily removed by washing off the water contained in the dissolved detergent while a small concentration of deodorant is present. As such, the shelf life of the remaining deodorant is limited after washing off.

It is desirable to provide an improved liquid detergent dispenser to the toilet, which may administer an amount of liquid detergent to the toilet tank regardless of the different period between two successive times of flushing for flushing.

An object of the present invention is a dispenser for storing the liquid detergent including a top passage and a bottom opening for filling the liquid detergent;

A connection cup extending downward from the dispenser and having one or more holes formed in the bottom thereof;

It is to provide a floating device having a floating mule in the connecting cup opposite the bottom opening.

This float serves to engage or disengage the bottom opening as the level of water in the toilet tank rises or falls. Thus, the tourer serves to automatically dispense the liquid detergent into the toilet tank or block the administration of the liquid detergent to the toilet tank as the float descends or rises. As a result, a predetermined amount of liquid detergent is administered to the toilet tank and mixed thoroughly with the water in the toilet tank.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a small dispenser encapsulated in a toilet tank, a large container formed outside the toilet tank to store liquid detergent and a soluble tube connected to the dispenser and the top opening or container of the toilet tank. Thus, the fluid level in the toilet tank is perpendicular to the injector by bending the flexible tube. In addition, the dispenser is suitably disposed in the toilet tank. Vent holes are formed on the container for connection to the outside. By providing the vent hole, the inner pressure and the outer pressure of the container are in equilibrium. Moreover, the liquid detergent in the container flows into the injector via a flexible tube at its own weight. The dispenser is provided to be suspended in the toilet tank for the following reasons. The water saving device is installed in the tank, so there is not enough space to install a large container. In addition, it is difficult to install the dispenser in the tank because the inner wall of the tank is inclined or curved. The user also does not want to be harassed by frequently removing the dispenser from the tank to refill the solution.

Another object of the present invention is a rail disposed parallel to the inner wall of the dispenser, an inverted U-shaped hoist rope that can slide on the rail, and an outer surface of the dispenser facing the rail, An upper pushable spring detent connected to the inner end and an opening member having a plurality of holes along the rail, one of which is adapted to lubricate the pushable spring detent when the hoist rope slides along this rail. . Thus, the dispenser is suspended in a toilet tank arranged vertically by a hoist rope.

It is also possible to change the relative position of the dispenser in the toilet tank and to control the amount of liquid detergent administered to the toilet tank. In other words, the user can preferably adjust the amount of liquid detergent administered to the toilet tank.

The above and other objects, features, and advantages of the present invention will become apparent from the description with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a cross-sectional view of a first preferred embodiment of a liquid detergent dispenser installed in a toilet tank according to the present invention.

Figure 2 is a cross-sectional view of a second preferred embodiment of a liquid detergent dispenser installed in the toilet tank according to the present invention.

1 and 2 show the liquid detergent dispenser 1 installed in the toilet tank 3 of the toilet according to the present invention. As intended, the fluid is automatically refilled in the tank 3 after flushing out. The solution (eg liquid detergent) is stored in the dispenser 1. The injector 1 comprises an upper passage 10 for refilling the solution, a bottom opening 12, and a connecting cup 16 extending downwards, the bottom of which is connected to a predetermined distance. A space is provided from the bottom opening 12, and the bottom of the connecting cup 16 includes one or more holes 162. The dispenser 1 comprises a float 2 in a connecting cup 16 opposite the bottom opening 12. When the fluid level of the tank 3 is lower than the bottom opening 12, the float 2 is suspended in the dispenser 1 to be separated from the bottom opening 12. As the fluid level in the tank 3 continues to rise, the float 2 rises and engages with the bottom opening 12. Ultimately, the bottom opening 12 is closed by the float 2 to block the fluid of the dispenser 1 flowing from the bottom opening 12. In short, the dispenser 1 is adapted to automatically dispense the solution to the tank 3 or to automatically shut off the solution to the tank 3. During the process of administering the solution to the tank 3 the fluid constantly refills the tank 3. Thus, the filled fluid (eg water) is continuously mixed with the solution in the tank 3. As a result, water and the solution are sufficiently mixed.

Referring to FIG. 1, in a first preferred embodiment of the invention, a small enclosed dispenser 1 is installed in the tank 3. The administerer 1 is provided for the following reasons. The water saving device is installed in the tank 3, and there is not enough space to install a large container. In addition, it is difficult to install the dispenser 1 in the tank 3 because the inner wall of the tank 3 is inclined or curved. The user also does not want to be harassed by frequently removing the injector 1 from the tank 3 to refill the solution. The opening 142 is formed on the side or top (shown) of the dispenser 1. One end of the flexible tube 4 is connected to the upper opening 142 and the other end is connected to the large vessel at the top of the tank 3. The container 5 is intended to store a solution. The container 5 includes an upper vent hole 52 for connecting to the outside. Thus, the fluid level of the tank 3 is perpendicular to the dispenser 1 by bending the flexible tube 4. In addition, the dispenser is suitably disposed in the tank 3. By providing the vent holes 52, the pressure inside and outside the container 5 is in equilibrium. Moreover, the solution in the container 5 flows into the injector 1 via its soluble tube 4 at its own weight.

In a preferred embodiment, the container 5 further comprises an open casing 54, a top cover 56 enclosing an open casing 54 opposite the tank 3, and a side opening 58. The side opening 58 is connected to the flexible tube 4. The vent hole 52 is disposed in the cover 56. Thus, the user can remove the cover 56 from the container 5 to fill the solution.

2, a second preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown.

The cover 14 is fixed to the top of the upper passage 10 of the dispenser 1. One or more openings 142 are formed in the cover 14. Providing a cover 14 on the upper passageway 10 reduces the likelihood of the foreign object falling off and thereby prevents the bottom opening 12 from being blocked by this foreign material, thereby preventing the solution in the dispenser 1 from the bottom opening 12. To flow out. In addition, the provision of the opening 142 prevents the injector 1 from being impregnated to allow free connection with the outside. Thus, when pressure inside and outside the dispenser 1 is in equilibrium, the solution in the dispenser 1 flows out of the bottom opening 12 by self-expansion.

In a second preferred embodiment, the rails 182 are arranged side by side on the inner wall of the dispenser 1. It is formed to be able to slide on the inverted U-shaped hoist lorail 182. An upper leakable spring detent 184 is provided on the outer surface of the dispenser 1 facing the rail 182 and connected to the inner end of the hose loop 186. An opening member having a plurality of holes is provided along the rail 182. Each hole 181 is provided to lock the pushable spring detent 184. In detail, the pushable spring detent 184 is adapted to lock in any one of the holes 181 while the hoist rope 186 is pushed vertically along the rail 182. For this reason, the distance between the top of the hoist rope 186 and the connection cup 16 can be changed. In this way, the dispenser 1 is suspended in a tank 3 arranged vertically by the hoist rope 186. It is also possible to control the amount of solution administered to the tank 3 as well as to change the position of the dispenser 1 in the tank 3 in accordance with the water of the tank 3.

The following describes in detail the operation with respect to the hoist rope 186 adjusted for the full understanding of the positioning of the hoist rope 186 in the tank 3 and the adjustment of the amount of solution administered to the tank 3.

When the pushable spring detent 184 connected to the hoist rope 186 is locked in the lowest hole 181, the dispenser 1 is brought close to the bottom of the tank 3. Thus, while the water is filled in the tank 3, the water rises rapidly to reach the float 2 so that the float 2 reaches the bottom opening 12 in a very short time so that the dispenser 1 The solution of is prevented from flowing out of the bottom opening 12. In this case, the amount of the solution administered to the tank 3 is very small.

Alternatively, the pushable spring detent 184 connected to the hoist rope 186 moves away from the bottom of the tank 3 when it is locked in the top hole 181. Thus, while the water is filled in the tank 3, the water rises slowly and reaches the float 2 so that the float 2 engages with the bottom opening 12 for a fairly long period of time so that the solution in the injector 1 is bottomed. Prevents flow out of the opening 12. In this case, the amount of solution administered to the tank 3 is very large.

In two preferred embodiments, the float 2 comprises an upper round plug 22 facing the bottom opening. The round plug 22 is fitted in the bottom opening 12 to block the bottom opening 12 when the float 2 engages with the bottom opening 12. Thus, the float 2 can completely close the bottom opening 12. Moreover, in two preferred embodiments, the float 2 further comprises a cylindrical wall 164 between the float 2 and the connecting cup 16. This cylindrical wall 164 is located near the float 2 which moves up and down of the float 2 in the cylindrical wall 164 so that the rounded floc 22 quickly blocks the bottom opening 12.

Moreover, in two embodiments, the bottom of the dispenser 1 is formed with an arcuate cross section 11 having the deepest point around the bottom opening 12. By providing an arcuate cross section 11, the solution in the dispenser 1 flows out of the bottom opening 12 by passing through the arcuate cross section 11.

In a second preferred embodiment of the present invention, the weight 188 is connected to the outer end of the hoist rope 186. This waste 188 can slide up and down along the outer surface of the tank 3. By providing the weight 188, different thicknesses and inner spaces of the various types of tanks 3 are provided. Thus, the dispenser 1 is stably installed in the tank 3 by appropriately selecting the weight 188 connected to the hoist rope 186.

Referring again to FIG. 1, in a first preferred embodiment, an inner circumferential groove 166 is provided adjacent the upper edge of the connecting cup 16. A matching outer circumferential protrusion 13 is formed at the bottom of the tank 3 slightly higher than the bottom opening 12. Thus, the float 2 can be installed in the cylindrical wall 164 of the connecting cup 16. Next, the inner circumferential groove 166 is connected to the outer circumferential protrusion 13 in order to fix the connecting cup 16 to the injector 1. It should be noted that the inner cup 166 and the outer protrusion 13 are releasably fixed so that the connecting cup 16 can be removed from the dispenser 1 if the bottom opening 12 is blocked. The user can then install the connecting cup 16 back into the dispenser 1 after cleaning the bottom opening 12. In this way, the present invention prevents the injector 1 from operating when the bottom opening 12 is blocked. Thus, a long useful life of the dispenser is possible.

In summary, with such a configuration, the dispenser 1 automatically administers the solution to the tank 3 and controls the amount of the solution administered to the tank 3. Most importantly, the administered solution can be completely mixed with the water in the tank 3 so as to experience the drawbacks of uneven amounts of detergent and deodorant dissolved from the cleaning block and as experienced in the prior art by directly administering the cleaning block to the toilet tank. Overcome the drawback of incomplete mixing with water.

Although the present invention has been described in terms of specific embodiments, it will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various modifications and changes can be made without departing from the spirit and scope described in the claims of the present invention.

Claims (11)

  1. Dosing device installed in the tank,
    A dispenser for storing the liquid detergent including an upper passageway and a bottom opening for filling the liquid detergent;
    A connection cup extending downward from the dispenser, the connecting cup having a bottom spaced from the bottom opening at a predetermined distance and having one or more holes formed in the bottom thereof;
    And a float in the connecting cup opposite the bottom opening.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    A dosing device further comprising a first cover fixed to the upper mouth passage and one or more vent holes formed in the top cover.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    A rail disposed parallel to the inner wall of the dispenser, an inverted U-shaped hoist rope that can slide on the rail, and an upper pushable upper portion formed on the outer surface of the dispenser facing the rail and connected to the inner end of the hoist rope And an opening member for locking the spring detent and a spring detent each having a plurality of holes along the rail and each spring depressable.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    The float includes an upper plug facing the bottom opening.
  5. The method of claim 1,
    The dosing cup further comprises a cylindrical wall near and adjacent the float for vertical movement of the float.
  6. The method of claim 1,
    And an arcuate cross section at the bottom of the dispenser, the arcuate cross section having a deepest bottom at the bottom opening.
  7. The method of claim 1,
    And a weight connected to the outer end of the hoist rope, wherein the weight can slide up and down along the outer surface of the toilet tank.
  8. The method of claim 1,
    The dispenser is an enclosed dispenser, which includes a flexible tube holding one end connected to the dispenser and a liquid detergent container located outside of the toilet tube, the container being connected to the other end of the flexible tube and having a vent hole. Device.
  9. The method of claim 2,
    One end of the flexible tube further comprises a liquid detergent container connected to the first cover and disposed outside the toilet tank, the container connected to the other end of the flexible tube and including a vent hole.
  10. The method of claim 9,
    The container further comprises an opening casing, a top cover enclosing an opening casing opposite the toilet tank, and a side opening bordering the bottom, the side opening being connected to the flexible tube.
  11. The method of claim 1,
    The connecting cup further includes an inner connecting member, and the toilet tank includes an outer connecting member that matches the lower portion thereof, and the outer connecting member is connected to the inner connecting member so that the dosing device is connected.
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