KR20100042177A - A pulverizer of garbage disposing apparatus - Google Patents

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KR20100042177A
KR20100042177A KR1020080101343A KR20080101343A KR20100042177A KR 20100042177 A KR20100042177 A KR 20100042177A KR 1020080101343 A KR1020080101343 A KR 1020080101343A KR 20080101343 A KR20080101343 A KR 20080101343A KR 20100042177 A KR20100042177 A KR 20100042177A
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장동희
지상준
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B02CRUSHING, PULVERISING, OR DISINTEGRATING; PREPARATORY TREATMENT OF GRAIN FOR MILLING
    • B02CCRUSHING, PULVERISING, OR DISINTEGRATING IN GENERAL; MILLING GRAIN
    • B02C19/00Other disintegrating devices or methods
    • B02C19/22Crushing mills with screw-shaped crushing means
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B09DISPOSAL OF SOLID WASTE; RECLAMATION OF CONTAMINATED SOIL
    • B09BDISPOSAL OF SOLID WASTE
    • B09B3/00Destroying solid waste or transforming solid waste or contaminated solids into something useful or harmless

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PURPOSE: A pulverizer of a food waste disposing apparatus is provided to finely crush food waste in the pulverizer by connecting a pulverizing groove formed on a pulverizing screw. CONSTITUTION: A pulverizer(100) of a food waste disposing apparatus comprises the following: a hollow drum unit(110); a rotary body(121) rotating along to a rotary shaft of the vertical direction; a pulverizing screw(120) located in the inside of the drum unit while including a blade extended from the center of the rotary body to the radial direction of the apparatus; a pulverizing groove(125) formed in the lower side of the blade; and a pulverizing protrusion(114) corresponding the pulverizing groove in the lower side of the drum unit.

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A Pulverizer of Garbage disposing Apparatus}
The present invention relates to a crushing furnace of a food processor, and more particularly, a crushing screw and a cover portion formed with a stirring rod formed with a blade in the crushing furnace are interlocked with each other to smoothly pulverize and stir in the crushing furnace. It relates to a crushing furnace of a food processor to make.
In general, there are methods for treating food waste, such as fermentation, incineration, feed and fertilizer (compost), landfilling, etc. However, the methods described above may require large-scale facilities. In addition, various side effects such as odor or discomfort associated with collection, transportation or storage, and serious social problems such as environmental pollution are caused.
Therefore, there is an urgent need for a method of reducing environmental pollution caused by food waste and recycling the same.
On the other hand, despite the current total number of households exceeded 10 million households, the measures and results for the disposal of food waste related to environmental pollution are still insufficient. The main reason may be housewives' lack of awareness of resources and environmental pollution.
Therefore, in order to efficiently control the generation and recycling of food waste, it is urgently required to develop a household food processor capable of solving such problems.
In general, a device that treats food waste by connecting to a sink in a home is capable of significantly reducing its volume by removing water from food waste through a series of processes such as dehydration, cutting, and drying, and reducing its volume.
The apparatus for processing food waste attached to a conventional sink includes an inlet through which food waste is input, a dehydration / cutting portion that compresses and dehydrates food waste while cutting and cutting it, and a transfer unit and a motor for moving dehydrated and cut food waste to one side. It is composed of a drying unit for drying the food waste by removing moisture by high heat while inverting and dispersing the food waste dehydrated and cut by the rotary blades rotated in one direction by the one-way rotation, and a discharge bin for storing the dried food waste. .
In recent years, as well as the sink-attach type, free standing food handlers that can be freely installed in homes have been widely used. The free standing food waste treatment is also processed through the same process as in the sink type, cutting, stirring, grinding, drying.
Processes such as stirring, pulverization, and drying are mainly performed in the drying furnace of the food processor. In particular, in the vertical drying furnace, when the stirring and pulverizing process is performed, there is a problem in that the up and down circulation of the food inside the drying furnace is not smooth. That is, the stirring occurs only as much as the blade height of the rotating screw that is responsible for stirring / grinding in the drying furnace there is a problem that the food is not finely ground as a whole.
In addition, there is a limitation in the shape of the blade, which is a virtually difficult problem of stirring all the regions radially in the drying furnace.
In addition, when a hard material such as starch is added, it may be difficult to be pulverized and may be agglomerated, resulting in an excessive load on the rotating screw or the motor.
On the other hand, in recent years, free standing food handlers, which are not installed inside the existing sink, are being used frequently among consumers, and food waste remains in the drying furnace among the consumers without being crushed finely. Complaints are being received, and as a result, consumer satisfaction tends to be lowered.
The present invention in order to solve the above problems, in particular, the food waste put into the grinding furnace can be easily stirred up and down and left and right in the grinding furnace, the inner food is finely crushed by the grinding screw in the grinding furnace to operate It is an object of the present invention to provide a grinding furnace for a food processor, which makes it possible to take less load in some cases.
The grinding furnace of the food processor of the present invention according to one aspect provided to achieve the above object has a radial direction from the center of the rotating body and a rotating body rotating along a rotation axis in a vertical direction and a hollow drum unit. At least one blade is formed to extend along the rotational screw which includes a rotating screw located inside the drum, the lower end of the blade is formed with a crushing groove to a predetermined depth, the lower surface of the drum in the grinding groove And a grinding protrusion corresponding to the grinding protrusion, the grinding screw passes through the grinding groove as the rotating screw rotates in the drum.
The grinding protrusions may be formed at regular or irregular intervals on at least one concentric circle.
The blade may be a "b" shaped to extend in the vertical direction at the end.
The blade may be formed extending from the rotating body in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction.
A grinding rib having a predetermined thickness is formed on an inner surface of the drum, and the cutting part formed on the blade and the grinding rib cross each other to cause grinding.
The food waste processor may further include a driving unit that provides rotational power by shaft coupling with the rotating body of the rotating screw.
A food inlet is formed in the pulverization furnace of the food processor, and the cover part further includes a cover part fastened to the upper portion of the drum part. A stirring bar extending downward is formed on the lower surface of the cover part, and the stirring bar and the blade are spaced apart from each other. By passing through each other, stirring in the drum section can be smoothed.
The drum and the rotating screw may be coated with molybdenum on its surface.
According to another aspect provided to achieve the above object, the pulverizing furnace of the food processor of the present invention has a hollow drum portion, a rotating body rotating along a vertical axis of rotation, and a radial direction from the center of the rotating body. It is provided with at least one blade is formed to extend along, the rotating screw located in the drum portion, and the cover portion provided on the upper portion of the drum portion, and provided with at least one stirring rod extending from the lower surface do.
A plurality of stirring rods may be formed at regular intervals on a circumference of a predetermined radius based on the inlet formed in the center of the cover part.
The stirring rod may have a circular cross section, an ellipse or a polygon.
The cover portion may be provided with a gas discharge port through which the odor generated from the drum portion can be discharged.
The lower surface of the drum is provided with an outlet for discharging the processed food waste, the outlet can be opened and closed by a valve device.
A grinding rib having a predetermined thickness is formed on an inner surface of the drum, and the cutting part formed on the blade and the grinding rib cross each other to be pulverized.
The pulverization furnace of the food processor of the present invention described above provides an effect of finely crushing the food waste in the crushing furnace by interlocking between the crushing protrusion formed in the drum unit crushing and the crushing groove formed in the crushing screw. In addition, the stirring rod disposed on the drum and the blade of the grinding screw to distribute the food in the interior evenly, thereby reducing the load on the grinding screw to improve durability, heat transfer required for drying in the grinding furnace The area will be reduced.
The above objects, features and other advantages of the present invention will become more apparent by describing the preferred embodiments of the present invention in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described in detail the grinding furnace of the food processor according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
1 is a perspective view of a pulverization furnace of a food processor according to an embodiment of the present invention, FIG. 2 is a perspective view of a cover unit removed from FIG. 1, and FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the pulverization furnace of FIG. 1 viewed from below.
1 to 3, the grinding furnace 100 of the food processor according to an embodiment of the present invention is a hollow cylindrical drum unit 110, the grinding screw 120, which is located inside the drum unit 110, the drum The cover unit 130 located above the unit 110, the power transmission unit 140 for transmitting a rotational force to the grinding screw 120, and the valve for intermittent outflow of food waste from the drum unit 110 bottom. The opening and closing device 150 is provided.
The grinding furnace 100 of the food processor of the present invention finely grinds the food waste introduced into the drum unit 110 by using the grinding screw 120, and additionally, a drying heater on an outer circumferential surface or an upper portion of the drum unit 110. It can be configured to be equipped with a drying at the same time.
The grinding furnace 100 may further include a deodorizer (not shown) connected to the gas outlet 133. The deodorizer has a filter that can remove odors and discharges the purified gas through a separate flow path.
The cover 130 is detachably coupled to the upper end of the drum 110. The cover 130 is formed with an inlet 132 formed to penetrate between the upper and lower surfaces, and the cover 130 may be provided with a gas outlet 133 so as to discharge the gas generated in the grinding furnace 110. have.
The drum 110 is an approximately hollow cylindrical receiving member having an internal space of a predetermined size so that a predetermined amount of food waste can be filled, and an outlet 118 may be formed at the bottom side of the outer side of the body as needed ( 8). The inlet 132 of the cover part 130 is formed to have a predetermined size at an upper side of the drum 110 arranged horizontally with the ground so that dehydrated and cut food waste can be input.
The valve opening and closing device 150 fixes the door valve 152 for opening and closing the outlet 118, the drive shaft 151 for driving the door valve 152, and the door valve 152 so as to be rotatable at the bottom of the outlet 118. It is composed of a fixing table (153).
When the stirring and pulverization is performed to some extent in the drum 110, a separate driving motor (not shown) operates the driving shaft 151 to rotate the door valve 152 to open the outlet 118.
The drum unit 110 is preferably manufactured by a casting method using a metal having a high heat transfer rate, and may mainly use a stainless steel material. Also preferably, a molybdenum coating may be made to prevent food debris from sticking to the surface. Molybdenum is used for anodes, grids and supports of electronic tubes, contacts of electrical circuits, high-temperature parts of heat-resistant materials, special alloys, heating wires, coatings, etc., and it is mechanically very strong from cryogenic to room temperature and high temperature. It is a popular trend.
Here, if it is possible to prevent the adhesion of food waste can be coated with a variety of materials of course. Since the molybdenum coating is performed on the grinding screw 120 so as to prevent food from sticking, the process in the drying furnace 100 may be performed more efficiently.
4 is a perspective view of a cover part applied to a grinding furnace of a food processor according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 5 is a bottom view of the cover part of FIG.
Hereinafter, the cover unit 130 will be described with reference to FIGS. 4 and 5.
The cover part 130 includes a cover 131 provided with an inlet 132 and a gas outlet 133 and a stirring rod 135 extending vertically downward from a lower surface of the cover 131. Stirring rod 135 is passed through the grinding screw 120 at regular intervals to cross each other so that the stirring in the drum unit 110 proceeds smoothly. Stirring rod 135 may be formed in a polygonal polygon, such as a cross section preferably. It may also be formed into a circular or oval cross-sectional shape.
The first fastener 139 is formed at regular intervals on the outer circumferential surface of the cover 131. The first fastener 139 is provided to correspond to the second fastener 119 formed on the outer circumferential surface of the upper end of the drum 110, and coupling means such as bolts fastened through the fasteners 119 and 139. The cover portion 130 and the drum 110 is fixedly coupled by).
6 is a perspective view of a grinding screw applied to the grinding furnace of the food processor according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 7 is a bottom view of the grinding screw of Figure 6;
Hereinafter, the grinding screw 120 will be described with reference to FIGS. 6 and 7.
Grinding screw 120 is composed of a rotating body 121 that rotates along the axis of rotation in the vertical direction, and at least one blade 122 extending in the radial direction from the center of the rotating body 121.
The rotating body 121 and the blade 122 may be manufactured in one piece or in combination, and in the case of one piece, may be manufactured in a cast. In the case of a combined type, it is easy to replace when each unit is broken, and there is an advantageous side in manufacturing cost.
The blade 122 may extend radially from one end of the rotating body 121, and extends vertically from one end of the horizontal blade 123 and the horizontal blade 123 extending clockwise or counterclockwise along the radius. It consists of a vertical blade (124). In the above, a cutting edge formed on the outer surface of the blade 122 may be formed with a cutting edge (blade) so that the cutting can be made.
Here, the blade 122 may be formed in the shape of the "b" shape extending from the outer peripheral surface of the drum unit 110 to the rotating body 121.
The lower end of the horizontal blade 123 is formed with a grinding groove 125 to a depth of a predetermined thickness. The grinding groove 125 may have a shape determined along a circumference of a predetermined radius from the center of the rotating body 121. That is, the grinding groove 125 can be formed in various numbers according to the intention of the designer along a plurality of circumferences having different radii with the center of the rotating body 121 as concentric.
On the other hand, the grinding rib 111 of a predetermined thickness is formed on the inner wall surface of the drum unit 110. The grinding rib 111 may be preferably formed in a trapezoidal shape. That is, the width is made from the top to the bottom becomes wider. In the process of rotating the grinding screw 120, the cutting is performed by crossing the outer cutting edge of the vertical blade 124 and the grinding rib 111 at a predetermined distance from each other. Of course, the shape of the grinding rib 111 is not limited to a trapezoid.
Looking at the process of the vertical blade 124 and the grinding rib 111 is interlocked, since the intersection is made in an inclined direction, there is an advantage that less load is applied to the drive motor and the blade 122 in the process of cutting food waste inside have. In addition, when the grinding rib 111 is made of a trapezoidal shape, there is an advantage in the process of performing the injection in the mold.
8 is a plan view for showing the arrangement of the grinding projection formed on the inner lower surface of the drum constituting the grinding furnace of the present invention. Hereinafter, the arrangement of the grinding protrusions 114 formed on the inner lower surface of the drum unit 110 will be described with reference to FIG. 8.
The grinding protrusion 114 is formed to correspond to the grinding groove 125 formed in the blade 122. The grinding protrusions 114 are formed at regular or irregular intervals on at least one concentric circle. That is, for example, three grinding protrusions are formed on the circumference 115 having a radius R1, three grinding protrusions are formed on the circumference 116 having a radius R2, and one circumference 117 has a radius R3. Four grinding protrusions are formed, and the grinding protrusions are randomly selected and arranged.
If the crushing protrusions 114 are arranged in large numbers, the number of crushing protrusions is increased in order to increase the load in the crushing process. For example, it is preferable that one crushing protrusion is disposed on one straight line forming a radius.
2 and 3, as the rotating screw 120 rotates in the drum 110, the grinding protrusion 114 passes through the interior of the grinding groove 125. The food waste flowing into the grinding groove 125 as it rotates is pulverized by passing the grinding protrusion 114 along the moving line of the grinding groove 125. An inner surface of the grinding groove 125 may be formed for cutting.
The center of the drum unit 110 is provided with a coupling hole 112 that the rotation shaft 121 can be fixed. Coupling hole 112 is a constant hole (112a) is formed in the center thereof may be supplied with power to drive the grinding screw 120 therebetween.
The power transmission unit 140 is composed of a coupling plate 141 and the connecting shaft 142, the lower portion of the coupling hole 112 is provided with a coupling plate 141 is fixed to the lower surface of the drum unit (110). The coupling plate 141 is formed with a through-hole (not shown) in communication with the hole 112a, the connecting shaft 142 is inserted through the coupling hole 112 and the holes of the coupling plate 141, the connection The shaft 142 is fixed to the lower inner groove 121a of the rotating body 121. The connecting shaft 142 is formed with a fixed groove 143 of a predetermined shape, the driving motor (not shown) for providing a driving force through the fixing groove 143 is connected.
Hereinafter, referring back to FIGS. 1 to 5, the stirring rod 135 and the grinding screw 120 of the cover unit 130 are combined to examine the grinding process.
When the cover 130 is fastened to the drum 110, the stirring rod 135 has a structure arranged on a circumference having a predetermined radius around the inlet 132. The vertical blade 124 of the grinding screw 120 is located in the outer side of the stirring rod 135 further from the rotating body 121 when viewed in the radial direction. When the grinding screw 120 is rotated in the arrangement state, the food waste in the drum 110 is stirred inside and outside. The food waste moved inwards is modified in its course by a stirring rod 135 positioned at an intermediate portion of the drum 110 so that stirring can be smoothly caused by the stirring rod 135.
As described above, the pulverization furnace 100 according to the present invention is driven by the rotating screw 120 and the stirring rod 135 to be interlocked so that the food is smoothly stirred in the drum 110 and uniformly distributed. . Therefore, the load applied to the blade 122 of the grinding screw 120 is reduced to improve durability, and as a result, the heat transfer area required for drying in the grinding furnace 100 is reduced.
While preferred embodiments of the present invention have been described above, the present invention is not limited to the above-described specific embodiments. That is, those skilled in the art to which the present invention pertains can make many changes and modifications to the present invention without departing from the spirit and scope of the appended claims, and all such appropriate changes and modifications are possible. Equivalents should be considered to be within the scope of the present invention.
1 is a perspective view of a grinding furnace of a food processor according to an embodiment of the present invention,
FIG. 2 is a perspective view of the cover unit removed from FIG. 1;
3 is a perspective view of the grinding furnace of FIG. 1 viewed from below;
Figure 4 is a perspective view of a cover portion applied to the grinding furnace of the food processor according to an embodiment of the present invention,
FIG. 5 is a bottom view of the cover part of FIG. 4 seen from below; FIG.
6 is a perspective view of a grinding screw applied to the grinding furnace of the food processor according to an embodiment of the present invention,
7 is a bottom view of the grinding screw of FIG. 6, and
8 is a plan view for showing the arrangement of the grinding projection formed on the inner lower surface of the drum constituting the grinding furnace of the present invention.
<Description of the symbols for the main parts of the drawings>
100: grinding furnace of the food processor 110: drum unit
111: grinding rib 112: coupling sphere
114: grinding protrusion 115: the circumference of the radius R1
116: circumference with radius R2 117: circumference with radius R3
118: outlet 120: grinding screw
121: rotating body 122: blade
123: horizontal blade 124: vertical blade
125: grinding groove 130: cover
131: cover 132: slot
133 gas outlet 135 stirring rod
140: power transmission unit 141: coupling plate
142: connecting shaft 143: fixing groove
150: valve opening and closing device 151: drive shaft
152: door valve 153: holder

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  1. Hollow drum parts; And
    Includes a rotating body rotating along a vertical axis of rotation and at least one blade extending in a radial direction from the center of the rotating body, the grinding screw located inside the drum portion;
    Grinding grooves are formed at a lower end of the blade to a predetermined depth, and a grinding protrusion corresponding to the grinding groove is formed on a lower surface of the drum, and as the grinding screw rotates in the drum, Grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that passing through the grinding groove.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    Wherein the grinding projection is a grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that formed at regular or irregular intervals on at least one concentric circle.
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein the blade is a grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that the "b" shaped to extend in the vertical direction at the end.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    Wherein the blade is a grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that formed extending in the clockwise or counterclockwise direction from the rotating body.
  5. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Grinding ribs of a predetermined thickness are formed on the inner surface of the drum, the grinding portion of the food processor, characterized in that the grinding by the cutting portion formed in the blade and the grinding ribs cross each other.
  6. 3. The method of claim 2,
    And a drive unit coupled to the rotating body of the rotating screw to provide rotational power.
  7. The method of claim 5,
    A food inlet is formed to cover the fastening portion is fastened to the upper portion of the drum; further including a lower portion of the cover portion is formed with a stirring rod extending vertically downwards, the stirring rod and the blades cross each other at regular intervals. Grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that the stirring in the drum to facilitate the stirring.
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The drum unit and the grinding screw is a grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that the surface is coated with molybdenum.
  9. Hollow drum parts;
    A pulverizing screw disposed in the drum unit, the rotator rotating along a vertical axis of rotation and at least one blade extending in a radial direction from a center of the rotator; And
    And a cover part provided at an upper portion of the drum and provided with at least one stirring rod extending from a lower surface thereof.
  10. The method of claim 9,
    Grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that a plurality of stirring rods are formed at regular intervals on the circumference of a predetermined radius on the basis of the inlet formed in the center of the cover.
  11. The method of claim 10,
    The stirring rod is a grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that the cross section is a circle, ellipse or polygon.
  12. The method of claim 11,
    The cover unit is a grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that the gas outlet for discharging the odor generated from the drum unit is provided.
  13. The method of claim 12,
    The lower surface of the drum unit is provided with a discharge port for discharging the processed food waste, the discharge port is a grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that the opening and closing by the valve device.
  14. The method of claim 13,
    Grinding ribs of a predetermined thickness are formed on the inner surface of the drum, the grinding portion of the food processor, characterized in that the grinding by the cutting portion formed in the blade and the grinding ribs cross each other.
  15. 15. The method of claim 14,
    The grinding rib is a grinding furnace of the food processor, characterized in that the trapezoidal shape.
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