KR20140007536A - Life belt - Google Patents

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KR20140007536A
KR20140007536A KR1020120074465A KR20120074465A KR20140007536A KR 20140007536 A KR20140007536 A KR 20140007536A KR 1020120074465 A KR1020120074465 A KR 1020120074465A KR 20120074465 A KR20120074465 A KR 20120074465A KR 20140007536 A KR20140007536 A KR 20140007536A
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조영휘
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주식회사 천지건업
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63CLAUNCHING, HAULING-OUT, OR DRY-DOCKING OF VESSELS; LIFE-SAVING IN WATER; EQUIPMENT FOR DWELLING OR WORKING UNDER WATER; MEANS FOR SALVAGING OR SEARCHING FOR UNDERWATER OBJECTS
    • B63C9/00Life-saving in water
    • B63C9/08Life-buoys, e.g. rings; Life-belts, jackets, suits, or the like
    • B63C9/13Life-buoys, e.g. rings; Life-belts, jackets, suits, or the like attachable to body member, e.g. arm, neck, head or waist
    • B63C9/15Life-buoys, e.g. rings; Life-belts, jackets, suits, or the like attachable to body member, e.g. arm, neck, head or waist having gas-filled compartments
    • B63C9/155Life-buoys, e.g. rings; Life-belts, jackets, suits, or the like attachable to body member, e.g. arm, neck, head or waist having gas-filled compartments inflatable
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63CLAUNCHING, HAULING-OUT, OR DRY-DOCKING OF VESSELS; LIFE-SAVING IN WATER; EQUIPMENT FOR DWELLING OR WORKING UNDER WATER; MEANS FOR SALVAGING OR SEARCHING FOR UNDERWATER OBJECTS
    • B63C9/00Life-saving in water
    • B63C9/08Life-buoys, e.g. rings; Life-belts, jackets, suits, or the like
    • B63C9/18Inflatable equipment characterised by the gas-generating or inflation device
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63BSHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPPING 
    • B63B2729/00Coastal lifesaving
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63CLAUNCHING, HAULING-OUT, OR DRY-DOCKING OF VESSELS; LIFE-SAVING IN WATER; EQUIPMENT FOR DWELLING OR WORKING UNDER WATER; MEANS FOR SALVAGING OR SEARCHING FOR UNDERWATER OBJECTS
    • B63C9/00Life-saving in water
    • B63C2009/0023Particular features common to inflatable life-saving equipment
    • B63C2009/007Inflation devices comprising manual activation means, e.g. for puncturing gas-generating cartridges

Abstract

The present invention relates to a life belt comprising a tube preservation plate slidably coupled to one side of a waist belt; a female buckle fixed and attached to one side of the waist belt; a tube wound into a roll by being formed flat, when compressed gas is not injected, and expanded like a rod balloon when filled with compressed gas injected; a gas injection unit formed protruding on one end of the tube in order to inject compressed gas into the tube; a gas injection device including a gas injection unit fixing unit separably coupled to a neck of a gas tank which is filled with compressed gas and detachably coupled to the gas injection unit, a gas opening pin for opening a sealing cap attached for sealing the neck of the gas tank, a spring for elastically supporting the gas opening pin, and a gas opening unit for forcefully pushing the gas opening pin toward the sealing cap to open the sealing cap; a male buckle separably coupled to the female buckle fixed and attached to the waist belt while being fixed and attached to one end of the tube in order to detachably install the gas tank and the tube at the tube preservation plate; and a tube cover having one end fixed and attached to one side of the tube preservation plate and the other end to which an operating Velcro tape is attached in order to accommodate and preserve the tube wound into a roll and the gas tank coupled to the gas injection unit on the surface of the tube preservation plate, wherein the operating Velcro tape can be attached to or detached from a fixed Velcro tape attached to the other side of the tube preservation plate.

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Life belt

The present invention relates to a life belt, and more particularly, a swimmer and a worker who performs a variety of on-board work in a ship, such as a belt worn on his waist in the state of playing water and onboard while working When it feels the danger of falling into the air, it is possible to rapidly inject the compressed gas filled in the gas cylinder mounted on the belt into the tube, and the tube can be automatically developed on the belt by the expansion pressure when the compressed gas is injected. The self-expansion tube was used to escape from the danger of falling into water. Also, the person wearing the tube with the belt on his waist should inflate the tube he was wearing when someone fell into the water. On lifebelts that can be handed over to people A.

In general, life-saving equipment for saving lives in rivers and seas include life-saving tubes and life-jackets, which are very difficult to carry because they have to be filled with air at all times. Although it has the advantage of being able to be worn on the upper body, it has been pointed out that it is not free to behave at the time of wearing because it is thick and heavy.

In order to solve the above disadvantages, while acting as a belt worn on the user's waist, in case of emergency, the belt worn on the waist can be inflated like a life tube to prevent the user from falling into water. Although life belts have been proposed, life belts that have been developed to be portable and easy to use have not yet been introduced.

The present invention is to be carried easily by allowing the tube to be worn on the waist with a life belt, and in the case of an emergency situation in which water falls, the compressed gas filled in the gas cylinder mounted on the belt is quickly It is intended to allow the wearer to escape from the danger of falling into the water by using the expanded and expanded tube without embarrassment by allowing the filling and automatic expansion of the tube by the filling of the compressed gas simultaneously. The person who wears the tube with the belt can also inflate the drowning person and save the drowning person from danger by inflating the tube he is wearing if the other person falls into the water. It was invented for the purpose.

The present invention, as a means for realizing the above object,

In the lifebelt which comprises a waist belt configured to be detachably worn at the waist and a tube expanded by the injection filling of the compressed gas filled in the gas cylinder,

A tube holder coupled to one side of the waist belt to be slidable;

A buckle buckle fixedly attached to one side of the waist belt;

In the state that the compressed gas is not injected, it is formed flat and can be wound in a roll shape, and the tube is expanded in volume, such as a bar balloon when the compressed gas is injected and filled;

A gas inlet protruding from one end of the tube to inject compressed gas into the tube;

A neck opening of the gas cylinder filled with the compressed gas, which is detachably coupled to the gas injection port, and a gas opening pin for drilling a sealing stopper attached to seal the neck of the gas cylinder; A gas injection device having a spring for elastically supporting the gas opening pin and a gas opening port for forcibly pushing the gas opening pin toward the sealing stopper to open the sealing stopper;

A mail buckle detachably coupled to a wheel buckle fixedly attached to a waist belt while fixedly attached to one end of the tube to detachably mount the gas cylinder and the tube to the tube holder;

One end is fixedly attached to one side of the tube holder and the other end is fixed to the other side of the tube holder in order to store and store the tube wound on the roll and the gas inlet on the surface of the tube holder. A tube cover having a movable velcro tape attached to and detachably attached to the tape;

Characterized in that the configuration.

In addition, the end of the tube is characterized in that the tube buckle buckle is detachably coupled to the mail buckle separated from the buckle buckle attached to the waist belt.

According to the present invention, the life belt is normally worn on the waist, while playing water and on-board work, when an emergency sudden situation occurs that falls into the water of the wearer himself, the seal plug of the gas cylinder mounted on the waist belt is quickly opened to fill the gas cylinder. When the compressed gas is injected into the tube and the tube is automatically expanded from the waist belt by the expansion pressure of the tube, which is expanded by the injection of the compressed gas, the lifebelt wearer can catch the expanded tube without being embarrassed. It is effective in escaping the risk of falling out, and the lifebelt wearer can remove the expanded tube from the waistbelt by crushing the mailbuckle attached to one end of the tube that has been inflated and deployed in the front buckle fixed to the waistbelt. Separate the expansion tube from your waist or chest After combining the mail buckle and the tube buckle buckle respectively formed at both ends, the wearer can rely on his / her own body to the expansion tube safely. Since it can be expanded and handed to others, it has the advantage of being able to save others who are in danger of falling into water.

1 is a storage state of the tube and the gas cylinder when carrying the life belt to explain the present invention
Figure 2 is a plan view of the storage and storage of the tube and gas cylinder of the life belt of the present invention
Figure 3 is an enlarged front view of the storage and storage state of the tube and the gas cylinder of the life belt of the present invention
4 and 5 is an operating state of the gas injection device for injecting compressed gas into the tube of the life belt of the present invention
6 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line AA of FIG.
7 is an operating state when the tube of the life belt of the present invention is expanded by the injection of compressed gas
Figure 8 is a plan view of the use state for coupling the expanded tube when the injection of compressed gas into the tube of the life belt of the present invention to the human body

Detailed embodiments of the life preserver according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

Reference numeral 1 denotes a life belt, and the life belt 1 is a waist belt 2, a tube holder 3 that is slidably assembled to the waist belt 2, and is detachable from the tube holder. It consists of a tube 4 which is possibly mounted.

The waist belt 2 is formed with a belt buckle 21 and a plurality of holes 22 in order to be adjusted to fit the waist circumference of the wearer, and also one side of the waist belt 2 The male buckle 23 is fixedly attached.

The tube holder (3) is assembled in a state fitted to slide the waist belt (2).

When the tube 4 is not in use (a state in which the compressed gas is not injected), the thickness is reduced to a flat thickness and rolled into a roll to minimize the volume and store it in the tube holder 3, and in use (compressed gas is injected). In the state) is configured to expand the volume, such as a bar balloon, and the tube 4 is formed with a plurality of bent portion 12 that is not expanded to facilitate bending at a predetermined interval during volume expansion, Each of the plurality of bent portions 42 is formed with a passage for connecting the entire interior of the tube 1.

One end 41 of the tube 4 is formed to be in close contact with no compressed gas, and the entirety of the tube 4 except the one end 41 is flat when the compressed gas is not injected. It is configured to be rolled up in a reduced state so as to be rolled up and stored. When the tube 4 is rolled up to be rolled up, it is rolled up from the end 43 of the tube 4 to the end 41 while rolling roundly. It is to be wound up in a prize.

The tube (4) is configured to be stored in the tube holder (3) assembled to be movable slide on the waist belt (2).

To this end, one side of the waist belt (2) has a buckle (23) is fixedly attached, one end 41 of the tube (4) is a mail buckle detachably bound to the buckle (23) ( 5) is fixedly attached.

In addition, a gas inlet 43 for injecting compressed gas filled in the gas cylinder 6 protrudes from one end 41 of the tube 4, and a gas injector 7 is provided at the gas inlet 43. It is detachably coupled.

One side of the gas injection device 7 is formed with a gas injection fixture 71 which is screwed to the gas injection port 43, the lower side of the gas injection device 7 as shown in Figures 3 to 5 The neck 61 of the gas cylinder (6) is detachably screwed, and the gas opening (73) rotatably assembled by the hinge (72) is formed on the upper side of the gas injection device (7) A gas opening pin 75 supported by a spring 74 is elastically installed between the gas opening 73 and the neck 61 of the gas cylinder 6, and a handle strap 76 is provided at the gas opening 73. ) Is connected.

The gas cylinder 6 is sealed by a sealing stopper 62 fixedly attached to the neck 61 in a state where the compressed gas is filled, and the sealing stopper 62 may be drilled by the gas opening pin 75. When the sealing plug 62 is opened, the compressed gas filled in the gas cylinder 6 is inside the tube 4 through the gas inlet hole 77 formed at one side of the gas injection fixture 71. It is configured to fill the injection furnace.

The end portion 44 of the tube 4 is fixed to the tube buckle buckle 51 of the same structure as the buckle buckle 23 is fixed to the waist belt 2, the tube buckle buckle 51 ) Winds upward when the tube 4 is rolled up as shown in the figure.

One surface of the tube holder 3 is fixedly attached to one end of the tube cover 8, and the other side of the surface of the tube holder 3 and the other end of the tube cover 8 can be detachably attached to each other. Velcro tapes 8a and 8b are configured to be attached thereto.

A tube 4 and a gas cylinder 6 are stored and stored in the tube holder 3, and the mail buckle 5 is in contact with one end 41 of the tube 4 on the surface of the tube interpolator 3. It is attached to the female buckle 23 attached to the waist belt 2, and one end 41 of the tube 4 is assembled to the gas injection device 7 which is attached to the gas inlet 43. The tube 4 wound around the gas cylinder 6 and rolled is stored in a state covered by the tube cover 8.

In addition, the tube cover 8 has a structure in which the Velcro tape 7a attached to the other end thereof is coupled to the Velcro tape 7b attached to the other side of the tube holder 3, and thus the tube 4 and the gas cylinder 6 are separated. It is to be safely stored and stored in the tube holder (3), the compressed gas filled in the gas cylinder (4) is injected into the tube (4) when the tube (1) is inflated by the expansion pressure Velcro tape (7a) ) 7b is separated, and thus the tube 4 to be expanded is developed while opening the tube cover 8.

The operation of the life belt 1 of the present invention configured as described above will be described.

The life belt (1) is when the wearer is wearing the waist belt (2) to the waist while carrying around the tube 4 as shown in Figure 1 rolled and then the tube cover with the gas cylinder (6) When the tube 4 and the gas cylinder 6 are stored and stored in the tube holder 3 and the waist belt 2 is worn on the waist, the tube holder 3 is stored and stored. The tube holder 3 is worn to be in close contact with the waist or thighs of the wearer. The wearing posture is worn such that the tube holder 3 is closely attached to the waist or thighs as if the pistol is worn to be tightly attached to the waist or thigh. By doing so, the walking and upper body can be moved freely. Accordingly, the wearer wearing the tube holder 3 in close contact with the waist or thigh can not only perform any work on board. It is capable of performing rescue work on freely.

In addition, when wearing the life belt (1) so that the tube holder 3 is in close contact with the thigh, the life belt (1) and by the method of fixing the strap 31 formed in the lower part of the tube holder (3) to the thigh It is to fix the tube holder (3) to the body.

When the life belt wearer suddenly falls into the water while the tube holder 3 equipped with the life belt 1 is worn on the waist and performs various operations, the wearer wears the tube holder worn on his waist ( 3) When pulling the handle strap 76 connected to the gas opening 73 mounted on the surface of the gas opening 73 is a hinge 72 as the starting point as shown in Figure 5 The gas opening pin 75 is pressed while rotating counterclockwise, and thus the gas opening pin 75 moves while compressing the spring 74 elastically to pierce the sealing stopper 62. When the gas opening pin 75 penetrates the sealing stopper 62, the compressed gas filled in the gas cylinder 6 is discharged to the open sealing stopper 62 and is provided through the gas inlet 77. 43) is injected into the gas inlet The compressed gas injected through the 43 is filled in the rolled tube 4, wherein the compressed tube filled in the gas cylinder 6 is injected into the rolled tube 4 rapidly. And the Velcro tape 8a of the tube cover 8 and the Velcro tape 8b of the tube holder 3 are separated from each other by the expansion pressure of the tube 4 rapidly expanding. (4) is developed while opening the tube cover (8) (see Fig. 7).

As described above, the expanded tube 4 opens the tube cover 8 and in the deployed state, the mail buckle 5 fixedly attached to one end 41 of the tube 4 is fixed to the waist belt 2. Since the state of being expanded to the buckle buckle 23, the tube (4) deployed in the expanded state is connected to the tube holder (3) and the waist belt (2), so the person wearing the life belt (1) Even when drowned, it is possible to easily hold the expanded tube 4 without panic.

In addition, when the tube 4 is expanded in the life belt 1 and the expanded tube 4 is to be separated from the waist belt 2, the mail buckle 5 which is attached to the wheel buckle 23 is attached. When it is separated, the expanded tube 4 can be separated from the waist belt 2, and the separated expansion tube 4 bends the plurality of bent portions 42 as shown in FIG. Wrap the area or chest and then bend the mail buckle 5 attached to one end of the tube 4 in the direction of the arrow in FIG. 8 to bind to the tube wheel buckle 51 attached to the end 44 of the tube 4. If you do so will be able to attach the expanded tube (4) to the wearer's own body, such as swimming can be drowned out of the danger yourself.

On the other hand, the person wearing the life belt (1) at the waist when the other person falls into the water, loosen the waist belt (2) and pull the handle straps 76 to inflate the tube (4) and then the person in the water Along with the belt (2) can be tossed inflated tube (4), in this case by connecting and throwing a rope and the like to the waist belt (2) can safely save several people drown in the water.

In addition, since the gas cylinder 6 mounted on the life belt 1 may be recharged after use, the gas cylinder 6 may be repeatedly used in the life belt 1 of the present invention.

1: life belt 2: waist belt
21: belt buckle 23: whim buckle
3: tube holder 4: tube
41: once 42: bend
43: gas inlet 44: end
5: mail buckle 51: tube whistle buckle
6: gas cylinder 61: neck
7: gas injection device 71: gas injection fixture
72: hinge 73: gas opening
74: spring 75: gas opening pin
76: hand strap 77: gas inlet hole
8: tube holder 8a, 8b: Velcro tape

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  1. In the lifebelt which comprises a waist belt configured to be detachably worn at the waist and a tube expanded by the injection filling of the compressed gas filled in the gas cylinder,
    A tube holder coupled to one side of the waist belt to be slidable;
    A buckle buckle fixedly attached to one side of the waist belt;
    In the state that the compressed gas is not injected, it is formed flat and can be wound in a roll shape, and the tube is expanded in volume, such as a bar balloon when the compressed gas is injected and filled;
    A gas inlet protruding from one end of the tube to inject compressed gas into the tube;
    A neck opening of the gas cylinder filled with the compressed gas, which is detachably coupled to the gas injection port, and a gas opening pin for drilling a sealing stopper attached to seal the neck of the gas cylinder; A gas injection device having a spring for elastically supporting the gas opening pin and a gas opening port for forcibly pushing the gas opening pin toward the sealing stopper to open the sealing stopper;
    A mail buckle detachably coupled to a wheel buckle fixedly attached to a waist belt while fixedly attached to one end of the tube to detachably mount the gas cylinder and the tube to the tube holder;
    One end is fixedly attached to one side of the tube holder and the other end is fixed to the other side of the tube holder in order to store and store the tube wound on the roll and the gas inlet on the surface of the tube holder. A tube cover having a movable velcro tape attached to and detachably attached to the tape;
    Life belts characterized in that the configuration.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    Life-saving belt, characterized in that the end of the tube is attached to the tube buckle buckle detachably coupled to the mail buckle separated from the buckle buckle attached to the waist belt.
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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
CN105109645A (en) * 2015-08-03 2015-12-02 龙敦发 Self-inflating anti-drowning swim ring
CN107320915A (en) * 2017-08-10 2017-11-07 刘健威 A kind of portable self-regulation with lifesaving appliance turns to power-assisted propeller under water
WO2019193221A1 (en) * 2018-04-05 2019-10-10 Ivan Martinez Regueira Waist harness with float

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
CN105109645A (en) * 2015-08-03 2015-12-02 龙敦发 Self-inflating anti-drowning swim ring
CN107320915A (en) * 2017-08-10 2017-11-07 刘健威 A kind of portable self-regulation with lifesaving appliance turns to power-assisted propeller under water
WO2019193221A1 (en) * 2018-04-05 2019-10-10 Ivan Martinez Regueira Waist harness with float

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