KR20150131712A - prawn peeling appliance - Google Patents

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KR20150131712A
KR20150131712A KR1020140058816A KR20140058816A KR20150131712A KR 20150131712 A KR20150131712 A KR 20150131712A KR 1020140058816 A KR1020140058816 A KR 1020140058816A KR 20140058816 A KR20140058816 A KR 20140058816A KR 20150131712 A KR20150131712 A KR 20150131712A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A22BUTCHERING; MEAT TREATMENT; PROCESSING POULTRY OR FISH
    • A22CPROCESSING MEAT, POULTRY, OR FISH
    • A22C29/00Processing shellfish or bivalves, e.g. oysters, lobsters; Devices therefor, e.g. claw locks, claw crushers, grading devices; Processing lines
    • A22C29/02Processing shrimps, lobsters or the like ; Methods or machines for the shelling of shellfish

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The present invention relates to shrimp shell remover, comprising: a pair of clamps which has two clamp members, extending from one fixed end to the other end, having a free end; and a head of the remover which can scoop up a food at the fixed end of the clamp. According to the present invention, it can remove a part of tail side shell by pressing and pulling a tail of the shrimp as well as cutting and removing a cephalothorax of the shrimp using a straight portion in the head of the remover.

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Prawn peeling appliance}
The present invention relates to a shrimp shell eliminator, and more particularly, it relates to a shrimp shell eliminator which not only cuts and tears out the two parts of the shrimp, legs and tails using one tongs and another spatula, The shrimp shell eliminator.
Generally, among small shrimp, small shrimp eat whole with open mouth, legs and skin, but big shrimp such as sardine are eaten as sphere or steamed. These large shrimp are commonly used to eat only the parts of the belly of the torso after removing the poorly-textured pelvic floor, the hard legs, the skin and the tail.
Patent Literature 1 of the prior art document discloses a tool for peeling off the two thorax from the abdomen of the shrimp, peeling off all of a plurality of legs from the abdomen, and peeling it off.
As described above, a tool for easily removing the two parts of the shrimp, the legs and the skin is disclosed in Patent Document 2 of the prior art document, a knife is provided on one side of the handle to cut off the two parts of the shrimp and the legs, A pair of pincers which can be peeled off by inserting into the inside and outside of the skin of a pair of pincers is provided as a pair of pincers. Also, in Patent Document 1 of the prior art document, the handle is separated by a knife and a pincer, So that the first and second grips are separated from each other.
However, in the shrimp shell remover described above, due to the structural characteristics of the pliers, the pliers at one end are in contact with each other and have a minute gap. As a result, foreign matter such as food waste is caught by a gap between the pliers, It was easy to decay and it was not hygienic.
In addition, the knife has a triangular shape formed into an arcuate shape, and the lower end thereof is sharpened. When the user removes the shell of the shrimp by cutting the two parts of the shrimp, the shrimp, etc., There was also the problem that there was an injury in the middle.
Further, since the pointed ends of the clamping members are bent downward to one side orthogonal to the surfaces where the clamping members are in contact with each other, the clamping unit is rotated by about 90 degrees, which is inconvenient for use.
KR 10-1202297 B1 (Registered on November 12, 2012) KR 10-1267657 B1 (Registered on May 20, 2013)
Disclosure of Invention Technical Problem [8] Accordingly, the present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a tongue of a spoon having at least one end thereof formed as a straight line, By using the straight line of the syrup, it is possible to cut off the two parts of the shrimp by cutting the tails of the shrimp. By pressing the tail part of the shrimp without cutting it can be pulled to remove the part of the tail side with the tail. And to provide a shrimp shell eliminator capable of eating foods such as rice and soup.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a bending extension unit in which a tip end portion of a gripper member is bent and extended in a width direction so that a user does not need to rotate the handle member about 90 기존 in the state of gripping the grip portion, And to provide a shrimp shell eliminator which can be easily used.
Another object of the present invention is to prevent the edges of the grippers and the sushi leaves from touching the table when the tabs or wrinkles are formed on the handle to prevent contamination from the table to prevent hygiene and slip of the hand And to provide a shrimp shell remover which can be used stably.
It is a further object of the present invention to provide a clamping device which is provided with a pair of clamping members each having a free end extended from one fixed end and provided with a pair of clamping members which are easily assembled, So that it is possible to reliably remove food waste even if food waste is trapped between the pincers, and there is no foreign matter such as food waste left on the pincer member, so that there is no problem of corruption, and a sanitary shrimp pouch remover is provided have.
In order to accomplish the above object, the shrimp shell remover of the present invention comprises: a pair of pliers, each pair of pliers having a free end extending from one fixed end to one end, And a tassel provided in a shape capable of opening the tassel.
Wherein the pair of clamping members are bent in an arcuate shape toward the lower side in the thickness direction and the handle is formed at the intermediate position of the free end and the fixed end of the clamping member.
The syrup is provided with at least a straight line as a straight line portion and a trench capable of being pushed by the tail portion of the shrimp at the middle portion of the straight line portion, and the groove is formed in an arc shape.
And the bending extension portion is formed by bending and extending the end portion of the bending member in the width direction so that the bending member can be easily used while the user grasps the handle portion.
The upper and lower knobs of the upper and lower knobs are provided with first and second support protrusions which are vertically protruded so as to prevent contamination from the table because the end portions of the nip member and the syrup are not in contact with the table when placed on the table .
The handle may be provided with wrinkles to prevent slippage of the hand.
The fixing end of the forceps may be provided with wrinkles to prevent the broth from flowing down from the drink bowl to the handle.
Wherein the clamping unit comprises a pair of clamping members each of which is provided separately and a pair of clamping members are easily assembled and disassembled at a fixed end of the clamping member, Like elongated key-like elongated hole and the other elongated member is provided with a pin-shaped engaging projection having a head which is fitted to the entrance of the key-shaped elongated hole.
According to the shrimp shell eliminator of the present invention, a wide sash leaf of a spoon having at least one end formed as a straight portion on the other side of the forceps is provided, and a tread capable of pressing the tail portion of the shrimp is provided at the end of the sash leaf, In addition to cutting off the two parts of the shrimp, the tail of the shrimp can be pulled and pulled without cutting to remove the part of the shell of the tail along with the tail, and the food such as rice and soup can be eaten Have a useful effect.
In addition, the present invention is characterized in that the two clamp members each having a free end extending from one fixed end to one side are separately provided, and they are provided so as to be easily assembled so that the clamp members constituting the clamp during the post- Therefore, it is possible to reliably remove the food waste even if the food waste is caught between the clamp members, and there is no problem of corruption because the food waste does not remain on the clamp member and the sanitary effect can be obtained.
Further, according to the present invention, since the bending extension portion is formed by bending and extending the end portion of the grip member of the gripper in the width direction, the user does not need to rotate the grip portion about 90 기존 in the state of gripping the grip portion, So that the usability can be secured.
In addition, the present invention prevents the end portion of the grip member and the sushi leaf from touching the table when protrusions or wrinkles are formed on the grip portion, thereby preventing contamination from the table, thereby preventing hygienic hand slip, As shown in Fig.
1 is a perspective view showing a shrimp shell remover of a first embodiment according to the present invention.
2 is a plan view of Fig.
3 is a front view of Fig.
FIGS. 4 and 5 are views for explaining the process of removing the shrimp shell by the shrimp shell remover of the first embodiment.
6 and 7 are perspective views showing a state where the shrimp shell remover of the second embodiment according to the present invention is put on the table.
FIG. 8 is a perspective view of a shrimp shell remover according to the present invention in which a handle is formed with wrinkles.
9 is a perspective view showing a shrimp shell remover of a third embodiment according to the present invention.
10 is an exploded perspective view showing a shrimp shell remover of a fourth embodiment according to the present invention.
11 is a detailed view of the engaging means, which is a substantial part of Fig.
Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. It is to be understood that both the foregoing general description and the following detailed description of the present invention are exemplary and explanatory and are intended to provide further explanation of the invention as claimed. And can be changed according to the user, the intention of the operator, the custom, and the like. Therefore, the definition of this term should be based on the contents of this specification.
1 to 3, the shrimp shell remover according to the present invention includes two clamp members 11 and 12 extending from one fixed end 13 to one side so as to have free ends 11a and 12a A pair of tongues 10 and a tongue 20 provided at one of the fixed ends of the tongue 10 so as to be able to receive food.
The pair of clamping members 11 and 12 are bent in an arc shape toward the lower side in the thickness direction and are positioned at intermediate positions between the free ends 11a and 12a of the clamping members 11 and 12 and the fixed end 13 A handle 14 is formed. The ends of the clamping members 11 and 12 may be divided into two pieces so that the food can be easily taken as a fork and used as a crab meat fork, and the ends may be pointed.
The sake leaf 20 may have any shape as long as the top surface is concave and the shape of the sash 20 is wider than the width of the handle 14 so that the food can be spread. In particular, the sake leaf 20 has at least a straight portion 21 at the end thereof, and a groove 21a is formed at the middle portion thereof by pressing the tail portion of the shrimp. The groove 21a is formed in the tail portion of the shrimp It is preferable to form it into an arc shape so that it can be pressed as a whole without cutting when it is gripped.
A method of using the shrimp shell remover according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. 4 and 5. FIG.
Fig. 4 is a view for explaining a process of cutting the skin of the shrimp and removing the skin thereof. First, digest the big shrimp with salt and steamed fish, then take out the shrimp on a clean, flat table. 4 (a), the shrimp body is grasped with one hand while the other hand grips the grip 14 of the tongue 10, which is the shrimp skin remover of the present invention, The straight portion (21), which is the end of the sake leaf (20), is placed between the trunk and pressed to cut off the two parts of the shrimp.
4 (b), when the user grips the shrimp body with one hand while gripping the grip 14 of the tongue 10 with the other hand, a straight line portion 21) on the shrimp by pressing and pulling the remaining legs on the body of the shrimp is clean.
4 (c), the tongue of the shrimp is held by one hand and the other hand is held by the grip 14 of the tongue 10, so that the lower grip member 11 Is inserted into the shell enclosing the trunk of the shrimp and rotated to separate the shell from the trunk of the shrimp.
As shown in (d) of FIG. 4, when the shell covering the body is separated and removed, only the pure flesh of the body part remains with the tail, and the shrimp of the shrimp except for the tail part held in one hand of the user You can eat it.
FIG. 5 is a view for explaining a process of removing a shell from a tail portion of a shrimp. FIG. First, the shrimp is placed on a clean and flat dining table. Then, the straight portion 21, which is the end of the tiba leaf 20 provided on the fixed end 13 of the tongue 10 with the other hand pressing the trunk portion of the shrimp with one hand, And then pulled in the longitudinal direction of the shrimp, the skin of the shrimp is peeled off with the tail of the shrimp.
The free ends 11a of the pair of pincers 11 of the pair of pincers are held by the pincers of the shrimp 10 while holding the pawls of the shrimp with one hand while holding the grip 14 of the pincer 10 with the other hand, When the tongue 10 is rotated after being inserted between the shells surrounding the body, the shells are easily separated from the body of the shrimp.
After removing the shell of the trunk as described above, the trunk of the shrimp is held with one hand and the trunk is held or taken by the free ends 11a and 12a, which are the end portions between the pair of clamp members 11 and 12, Pull the body from the chest can be removed. Alternatively, you can hold the trunk of the shrimp and place the straight section (21), which is the end of the tibial leaf (20) between the thorax and the torso, and remove the chest from the trunk.
6 and 7 are views showing a shrimp shell remover of a second embodiment according to the present invention. Here, the upper grip 14 of the grip member 12 is provided with a first support protrusion 15a protruding upward and a second support protrusion 15b protruding downward from the lower grip 14 of the grip member 11. [ Except that the projection 15b is provided. The first and second support protrusions 15a and 15b protrude to such an extent that the end portions of the grip members 11 and 12 and the sushi leaf 21 do not contact the table when the shrimp shell of the present invention is placed on the table. .
The first support protrusion 15a protrudes above the handle 14 so that the free end 12a of the claw member 12 and the sake leaf 20 are separated from the table The second support protrusion 15b protrudes below the catch member 11 so that the free end 11a of the catch member 11 and the suture leaf 20 are separated from the table So that contamination from the table can be prevented.
The handle 14 is provided with a wrinkle 16 for preventing slippage of hands as well as preventing the water of the syringe 20 from flowing down toward the grip members 11 and 12 as shown in Fig. . When the shrimp shell of the present invention is placed on the table, the end portions of the squeezing members 11 and 12 and the syrup 20 are prevented from touching the table You may. Although the shape of the corrugations 16 is represented by an S-shaped corrugation, the corrugations 16 may be formed in the shape of a sharp triangle or a saw.
When the corrugation 16 of the handle 14 is provided on the fixed end 13 of the grip 10, the food, especially the soup remaining in the syrup 20, flows down to the handle 14 through the syringe 20 It is also possible to obtain an effect of preventing.
9 is a view showing a shrimp shell remover of a fourth embodiment according to the present invention. The free ends 11a and 12a which are the end portions of the clamping members 11 and 12 are clamped by the clamping members 11 and 12 so that the clamping members 11 and 12 can be easily used while the user grips the grip 14 of the clamp 10. [ And bent extension portions 11b and 12b which are bent and extended in the width direction of the base portion 11b.
The shrimp shell eliminator according to the first and second embodiments of the present invention is characterized in that in order to insert the free ends 11a and 12a which are the end portions of the grip members 11 and 12 of the gripper 10 between the flesh and the skin of the shrimp body, It is necessary to rotate the handle 14 of the members 11 and 12 by about 90 degrees while grasping the handle 14. [ According to the disassembled and assembled shrimp shell remover of the third embodiment of the present invention as described above, it is necessary to rotate the clamping members 11 and 12 by 90 degrees in a state of holding the grips 14 of the clamping members 11 and 12 So that it is possible to easily obtain the advantages of providing convenience and convenience.
10 to 11 are views showing a shrimp shell remover of a third embodiment according to the present invention. Here, the pair of clamping members 11 and 12 are provided separately at the fixed end 13 of the clamping members 11 and 12 and the pair of clamping members 11 and 12 are provided separately, The coupling means includes a key-shaped slot 17 in which one of the claws 17a is formed to be long and long and a key-shaped slot 17 in which the other claws 12 are formed, Shaped engaging projection 18 having a head 18a to be fitted into one of the openings 17a of the elongated slot 17 is the same as that of the first embodiment.
The clamping members 11 and 12 should be provided so as not to rotate in the width direction of the clamping members 11 and 12 when the coupling protrusions 18 are fitted to the key- In other words, it is preferable that the engaging projection 18 is provided in a plane or square shape on one side so as to be in surface contact with at least the key slot 17. [
According to the disassembled and assembled shrimp shell remover of the present invention constructed as described above, the user can easily separate and clean the pliers 11 and 12 constituting the pliers 10 during the post-use cleaning, It is possible to reliably remove food waste even if the food waste is caught between the portions of the end 13, and there is no problem of corruption due to the absence of foreign matter such as food waste in the clamp members 11, 12, and hygienic and clean.
While the present invention has been described in connection with what is presently considered to be practical exemplary embodiments, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed embodiments, but, on the contrary, is intended to cover various modifications and equivalent arrangements included within the spirit and scope of the appended claims. .
The present invention relates to a shrimp peeler which can be advantageously used in the field of a shrimp shell, which is intended to eat shrimp shell by removing or removing the chest and legs and removing the skin from the trunk when the user intends to eat medium-sized shrimp will be. In addition, it can be utilized as a container for a crab and a shellfish to be picked up by using a clamp member after digging crab meat using the tip of the clamp member or scraping the crab shell in the shell shell with the straight portion of the sip.
10: forceps 11,12:
11a, 12a: free end 11b, 12b:
13: fixed end 14: handle
15a: first support projection 15b: second support projection
16: corrugation 17: key-shaped slot
17a: one inlet 18: engaging projection
18a: head

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  1. A tongue extending from the one fixing end to one side and having a free end and a pair of tongs and a tongue provided in a shape capable of floating food on one fixing end of the tongue,
    A grip is formed at a free end of the clamping member and a fixed end of the clamping member,
    Wherein the sushi leaf is provided with at least a straight line portion and a groove capable of being held by pressing the tail portion of the shrimp at the middle portion of the straight portion.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The upper and lower knobs of the upper and lower knobs are provided with first and second support protrusions which are vertically protruded so as to prevent contamination from the table because the end portions of the nip member and the syrup are not in contact with the table when placed on the table Features shrimp shell eliminator.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the grip portion is provided with a wrinkle for preventing slippage of the hand.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the fixed end of the forceps is provided with a wrinkle for preventing the broth from flowing down from the sushi to the handle.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the pincer is provided with a bending extension portion which is bent and extended in the width direction so that an end portion of the pincer member can be easily used while the user grips the handle portion.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the pincers are provided with a pair of pincers and a pair of pincers at a fixed end of the pincers to facilitate assembly and disassembly of the pincers.
  7. The method of claim 6,
    Wherein the engaging means is provided with a key-shaped slot formed with a long and long opening on one grip member and a pin-shaped engaging protrusion having a head fitted into the slot of the key-shaped slot on the other gripper member.
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