KR200460772Y1 - A container having pump - Google Patents

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KR200460772Y1
KR200460772Y1 KR2020090014369U KR20090014369U KR200460772Y1 KR 200460772 Y1 KR200460772 Y1 KR 200460772Y1 KR 2020090014369 U KR2020090014369 U KR 2020090014369U KR 20090014369 U KR20090014369 U KR 20090014369U KR 200460772 Y1 KR200460772 Y1 KR 200460772Y1
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The present invention relates to a pump container. The present invention is a container body having a space therein; A pump assembly coupled to the container body for pumping out the detergent contained in the container body; And a nozzle head connected to the pump assembly to transfer pressure to the pump assembly and having a stamp on the pressing surface. The present invention has the advantage of inducing a user to sufficiently wash the body parts such as hands.
Pumps, containers, nozzles, personal hygiene, public health

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Pump container {A container having pump}

The present invention relates to a pump container. More specifically, the present invention relates to a pump container having a stamp for contacting the body part of the user and incorporating the ink to induce the user to sufficiently wash the body part with the ink.

Recently, due to the prevalence of infectious diseases caused by various viruses, the health authorities recommend washing their hands after going out and before eating, and washing their hands alone can prevent 70% of all infectious diseases. I'm asking you to wash. In addition, health authorities are distributing promotional materials on how to wash their hands to prevent the spread of disease by dirty hands.

There is an increasing number of people who wash their hands frequently to keep their hands clean due to the efforts of these health authorities, but not many people wash their hands enough to keep them clean. This is because people's consciousness has changed, but the lifestyle of washing their hands remains the same as before.

In particular, children with poor health consciousness often finish hand washing for a short time, so even if the hands are washed, the level of contamination of the hands due to germs and viruses remaining in the hands is often maintained.

If you do not clean the parts of your body that are easily exposed to the external environment or contaminated with bacteria other than your hands, you are more likely to develop a bacterial or viral disease, and it is not easy to induce people to wash your body sufficiently. Is spreading.

The object of the present invention is to provide a pump container for inducing a user to wash the body parts of the hand, such as to wash the body parts sufficiently for a certain time to maintain a clean state.

The present invention to achieve the above object is a container body having a space therein; A pump assembly coupled to the container body for pumping out the detergent contained in the container body; And a nozzle head connected to the pump assembly to transfer pressure to the pump assembly and having a stamp on the pressing surface.

Here, the nozzle head is characterized in that the inner surface is provided with a stamp holder protruding in the upper direction so as to contact the side of the stamp.

In addition, the lid is coupled to the nozzle head to cover the upper portion of the stamp.

In addition, the nozzle head may be formed with a drain hole penetrating in the vertical direction.

In addition, the lid may be provided with a binding protrusion protruding from the rim, and the nozzle head may be provided with a binding groove into which the binding protrusion is inserted.

In addition, the lid may have a shielding wall in which an inner circumferential surface is in contact with the outer circumferential surface of the stamp holder to seal a space in which the stamp is accommodated, and the stamp holder may have a sealing ring in contact with the inner circumferential surface of the shielding wall at the outer circumferential surface.

In addition, the lid may be disposed between the shielding wall and the edge of the lid, it may be provided with a vent hole penetrating the lid.

In addition, the lid may be provided with a lid handle formed by bending a portion of the edge in the upper direction, the nozzle head may be provided with a recess in which the portion facing the lid handle in the cover state is formed concave. .

In addition, the pump assembly is coupled to the container body has a container stopper to seal the container body, the nozzle head is guided by the outer peripheral surface of the head connection portion provided in the container stopper to reciprocate up and down do.

In addition, the pump container, characterized in that it comprises a pressing preventing ring coupled to the head connecting portion to prevent the nozzle head from falling arbitrarily.

According to the present invention, there is an advantage of inducing a user to sufficiently wash a body part such as a hand. In addition, through sufficient cleaning to improve the level of personal hygiene has the effect of preventing disease or deterioration of health conditions by pollutants.

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. First of all, in adding reference numerals to the components of each drawing, it should be noted that the same reference numerals have the same reference numerals as much as possible even if displayed on different drawings. In addition, when it is determined that the summary of this invention may be blurred, the detailed description is abbreviate | omitted. In addition, a preferred embodiment of the present invention will be described below, but the technical idea of the present invention is not limited thereto, but may be implemented by those skilled in the art.

1 is a perspective view of a pump container according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is a side view of the pump container according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, Figure 3 is a cross-sectional view AA 'of the closed pump container in FIG. .

Pump container 100 according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention includes a container body 110, the pump assembly 120, the nozzle head 140 and the lid 170.

The pump container 100 according to the present invention induces the user to wash sufficiently when the user washes body parts such as hands so that the user can maintain a more clean state.

Hereinafter, the pump container 100 according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention with reference to Figures 1 to 3 will be described in more detail.

The container body 110 is provided with a space for accommodating the cleaner therein and has an inlet through which the cleaner and the pump assembly 120 can be inserted.

The container body 110 may be formed in any shape as long as the pump assembly 120 can be inserted therein. Preferably, the lower portion of the container body 110 is formed in a shape that allows the pump container 100 to stand thereon. do.

The pump assembly 120 serves to suck and discharge the cleaning agent contained in the container body 110 through the pump pipe 122 connected to the lower part. The piston member sucks and discharges the cleaning agent inside the piston. A spring for restoring the member and a check means for preventing the back flow of the cleaner to be discharged in only one direction may be provided.

The pump assembly 120 does not necessarily have to have the above-described configuration. The pump assembly 120 may compress one side and pump out the cleaner in the container body 110 by the pressure.

The inlet of the container body 110 is sealed on the outside of the pump assembly 120 to allow the cleaning agent inside the container body 110 to flow out through the inlet of the container body 110 or to enter foreign substances into the container body 110. Container stopper 130 is provided to prevent.

At this time, the inlet and the container stopper 130 of the container body 110 is formed in a circular shape, the outer peripheral surface of the container body 110 and the inner peripheral surface of the container stopper 130 in contact with the inlet to form a screw thread engaged with each other The stopper 130 may be screwed to the container body 110.

The container stopper 130 has a head connection portion 132 protruding in a direction opposite to the direction in which pressure is applied to the pump assembly 120.

The head connecting portion 132 guides and moves the inner circumferential surface of the nozzle head 140 to the outer circumferential surface of the head connecting portion 132 when the nozzle head 140 connected to the pump assembly 120 moves up and down, and moves the nozzle head 140. ) To ensure support for the forces applied laterally.

The nozzle head 140 is connected to the upper part of the pump assembly 120 to transfer pressure for operating the pump assembly 120, and the cleaner pumped by the compressed pump assembly 120 is discharged to the outside. The discharge nozzle 141 is provided.

The nozzle head 140 is provided with a stamp 160 on the pressing surface located on the top.

The stamp 160 has a stamp pattern 162 protruding into various shapes including an animal, a plant, a building, a figure, and a character on the upper surface, and covers the upper surface except for the stamp pattern 162. The stamp cover 164 may be attached to minimize evaporation of the ink contained therein.

The user who wants to wash his hands by receiving the detergent from the pump container 100 having the stamp 160 includes a nozzle head 140 connected to the pump assembly 120 to discharge the detergent contained in the container body 110. At this time, the user will get the ink of the stamp 160 on the hand. In this case, a user who washes hands with a detergent is more likely to wash the hands until the ink on the hands is removed, thereby removing germs and other contaminants, thereby keeping the hands cleaner.

The nozzle head 140 has a stamp holder 142 for fixing the stamp 160 to the pressing surface. The stamp holder 142 protrudes upward from the nozzle head 140 such that its inner circumferential surface is in contact with the side surface of the stamp 160.

Preferably, the stamp holder 142 is formed at the same height as the side height of the stamp 160 so that the side of the stamp 160 is shielded. In this way, the stamp 160 fixed to the stamp holder 142 is shielded on the side and the bottom surface to minimize the rate of evaporation of the ink contained therein.

The nozzle head 140 may include a drain hole 144 penetrating in the vertical direction of the nozzle head 140 in order to smoothly discharge the water on the upper surface.

On the other hand, the pump container 100 has a lid 170 coupled to the nozzle head 140 to cover the top of the stamp 160.

The lid 170 prevents water or foreign matter from entering the stamp 160 so that the stamp 160 is not contaminated. In addition, by providing the lid 170, a user who does not want to put ink on the hand can press the nozzle head 140 while covering the lid 170 to discharge the cleaning agent without the ink.

When the lid 170 is closed, a shield wall 172 protruding from the inner surface of the lid 170 to contact the outer circumferential surface of the stamp holder 142 to seal a space in which the stamp 160 is accommodated.

The shielding wall 172 seals the inside of the stamp holder 142 when the lid 170 is covered to minimize evaporation of the ink contained in the stamp 160, and prevents water or contaminants from penetrating into the inside. Play a role.

At this time, the outer circumferential surface of the stamp holder 142 may be provided with a sealing ring 143 in contact with the inner circumferential surface of the shielding wall 172 when the lid 170 is covered to maintain a more compact state.

The lid 170 may be disposed between the shield wall 172 and the edge of the lid 170, and may include a vent hole 174 penetrating through the lid 170.

The vent 174 allows the evaporation of the water introduced to the upper surface of the nozzle head 140 in a state in which the lid 170 is closed. The diameter of the vent 174 is to be formed to a size such that water does not flow through the vent 174.

In addition, the lid 170 includes a binding protrusion 176 protruding from the edge, the binding protrusion 176 is inserted into the binding groove 146 formed on the upper edge of the nozzle head 140 and the lid 170. The nozzle head 140 may be bound.

As shown in FIG. 1, the lid 170 is hinged to the nozzle head 140 and may be provided to pivot the hinge. Alternatively, the lid 170 may be detachably detached from the nozzle head 140 by providing only a plurality of binding protrusions 176 and a binding groove 146 disposed in the nozzle head 140 to correspond thereto.

The lid 170 may be provided with a lid handle 178 to easily open the lid 170. As shown in FIG. 2, the lid handle 178 may be formed by bending a portion of the edge of the lid 170 upward.

On the other hand, the nozzle head 140 may be provided with a recess 148 is formed in a recessed portion of the cover portion 178 facing the lid 170 in the cover state.

The lid handle 178 and the groove 148 provided as described above can easily open the lid 170 in a covered state.

Figure 4 is a view showing the pressing ring.

The anti-press ring 190 is attached to the outer surface of the head connection portion 132, the upper end of which is in contact with the lower end of the nozzle head 140, the lower end is in contact with the top of the container cap 130, the nozzle head 140 is arbitrarily It prevents the descent.

In FIG. 4, the anti-press ring 190 is illustrated as a 'c' type corresponding to the cylindrical head connection part 132, but the anti-press ring 190 is detached from the head connection part 132 and from the nozzle head 140. The nozzle head 140 may be formed in any shape as long as the nozzle head 140 is not lowered by supporting the transmitted pressure.

One side of the anti-press ring 190 may be provided with a hook handle 192 to easily grip the anti-press ring 190.

At the same time as the user presses the nozzle head 140 with his hand, the user may apply the stamp 160 to his or her hand, or first stamp only the stamp 160 on a part of the body before squeezing the cleaning agent. The fastening prevention ring 190 that is fastened serves to prevent the nozzle head 140 from being pressed too strongly when the stamp 160 is inadvertently discharged from the cleaner.

It will be understood by those skilled in the art that various modifications, substitutions and alterations can be made hereto without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as defined by the appended claims. will be. Therefore, the embodiments disclosed in the present invention and the accompanying drawings are not intended to limit the technical spirit of the present invention, but to explain, and the scope of the technical idea of the present invention is not limited by these embodiments and the accompanying drawings. The scope of protection of the present invention should be interpreted by the following claims, and all technical ideas falling within the scope of the present invention should be interpreted as being included in the scope of the present invention.

1 is a perspective view of a pump container according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a side view of a pump container according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line A-A 'of the pump container with the lid closed in FIG.

Figure 4 is a view showing the pressing ring.

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100: pump container

110: container body 120: pump assembly

130: container cap 140: nozzle head

170: lid 190: pressing ring

Claims (10)

  1. Container body provided with a space therein;
    A pump assembly coupled to the container body for pumping out the detergent contained in the container body;
    A nozzle head connected to the pump assembly to transfer pressure to the pump assembly, the nozzle head having a stamp on a pressing surface; And
    And a lid coupled to the nozzle head to cover the top of the stamp.
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  4. The method of claim 1,
    The nozzle head is a pump container, characterized in that the drain hole is formed in the vertical direction.
  5. The method of claim 1,
    The lid is provided with a binding protrusion protruding from the rim,
    The nozzle head is a pump container, characterized in that the binding groove is provided with the binding projection is inserted.
  6. The method of claim 1,
    The nozzle head has a stamp holder protruding upwards such that the inner circumferential surface is in contact with the side of the stamp,
    The lid has a shielding wall that seals a space in which the stamp is received by the inner circumferential surface contacting the outer circumferential surface of the stamp holder,
    The stamp holder is a pump container, characterized in that the outer peripheral surface having a sealing ring in contact with the inner peripheral surface of the shielding wall.
  7. The method of claim 6,
    The lid is located between the shield wall and the rim of the lid, the pump container, characterized in that provided with a vent hole passing through the lid.
  8. The method of claim 1,
    The lid has a lid handle formed by bending a portion of the rim upwards,
    The nozzle head is a pump container, characterized in that the groove provided with a concave portion is formed in the cover portion facing the lid handle.
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