RU139680U1 - Layer hygienic multi-layer for seat toilet - Google Patents

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RU139680U1
RU139680U1 RU2013140024/12U RU2013140024U RU139680U1 RU 139680 U1 RU139680 U1 RU 139680U1 RU 2013140024/12 U RU2013140024/12 U RU 2013140024/12U RU 2013140024 U RU2013140024 U RU 2013140024U RU 139680 U1 RU139680 U1 RU 139680U1
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1. A hygienic multilayer overlay for a toilet seat, including a supporting body, a plurality of hygienic coverings for the seat and a means for fixing the lining to the seat, the hygienic coverings being made of a polymer film, laid in the form of a pack, corresponding in shape to the lining body, and have protrusions extending beyond pads and perforations deposited on the outer and inner edges, except for the portion of the coating turning into a protrusion, and a lot of hygienic coverings of the seat are attached to the body on fixing on its outside with the help of soldering with the possibility of forming between the latter an open cavity for placing a seat in it, the means for fixing the lining to the seat are made in the form of a cord covering the bundle and the body, made with the possibility of pulling the latter together with the seat at the place of attachment of the latter to the toilet, many hygienic coverings of the seat have such a shape and dimensions that the edges of the coverings can be wound and fixed by soldering under the edges of the cover body, and the tabs are bent onto the cover body when installed ke, and on them sections of material with a higher roughness than the main material are applied. 2. Hygienic multilayer overlay according to claim 1, characterized in that the protrusions are made in a different color than the base material.

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The utility model relates to personal hygiene products and is intended to protect each user from skin infections or skin contamination by a public toilet in vehicles (airplanes, trains, sea and river vessels) and in crowded places, for example, at railway stations, supermarkets, airports, business centers, clinics.
Known pad for personal hygiene protection of the toilet seats, made in the form of a package of sheet gaskets installed in the toilet container, connected by a single mounting means with the seat and the toilet, each of the gaskets is made of lightweight sheet material such as plastic with the possibility of applying them to the seat by sequential leafing, and the container is equipped with a semi-automatic means for supplying an individual gasket at the right time, and the package of plastic sheet gaskets is quick-change, m reusable use after high-quality disinfection treatment outside the bathroom (application for the invention of the Russian Federation No. 92002165, publ. 1995.06.09).
The disadvantages of the known device are its complexity and uneconomical.
Closest to the claimed utility model (prototype) is a hygienic multilayer overlay for a toilet seat, including a supporting body, a plurality of hygienic coverings for the seat and a means of fixing the lining to the seat, moreover, the hygienic coverings are made of a polymer film, laid in the form of a pack, and correspond in shape to the body pads, have protrusions extending beyond the pads, and perforations applied to the outer and inner edges, with the exception of the coating that passes into the protrusion, hair m a lot of hygienic coverings of the seat are attached to the body of the lining on its outer side by soldering, with the possibility of forming between the latter an open cavity for placing the seat in it, and a lot of hygienic coverings of the seat have such shape and dimensions that the edges of the coverings can be wound and fixed by soldering under the edges of the lining case, and the protrusions are bent on the lining case during installation, and sections of material with a higher roughness than the main material are applied to them (see RF patent No. 2401638, publ. 10/20/2010).
A disadvantage of the known lining hygienic cover for the toilet seat is the lack of reliability of fastening the lining to the toilet.
The objective of the utility model is to create a reliable design of a sanitary pad on the toilet seat.
The technical result of the claimed utility model is aimed at improving the reliability of fastening the pads to the toilet seat and is achieved due to the fact that in the well-known hygienic multilayer pads for the toilet seat, comprising a supporting body, a plurality of hygienic covers for the seat and fixing means for the pads to the seat, the hygienic coatings being made of polymer film, stacked in the form of a bundle, correspond in shape to the body of the lining, have protrusions extending beyond the lining, and perforations, applied external and internal edges, with the exception of the portion of the coating that passes into the protrusion, and a lot of hygienic coverings of the seat are attached to the body of the lining on its outside by soldering, with the possibility of forming between the latter an open cavity for placement of the seat, and a lot of hygienic coatings the seats are shaped and dimensioned so that the edges of the coverings can be wound up and fixed by soldering under the edges of the cover body, and the protrusions are bent to the cover body during installation, and m material with a greater roughness than the main material, according to the claimed utility model, the means for fixing the lining to the seat are made in the form of a cord covering the pack and the body, made with the possibility of pulling the latter together with the seat at the place of attachment of the latter to the toilet.
The protrusions can be made in a different color than the base material.
The utility model is illustrated by drawings, where in FIG. 1 is a general view of the lining on the seat of a standard toilet bowl with hygienic coatings, FIG. 2 - section aa overlays. The proposed hygienic multilayer lining for the toilet seat includes a supporting body 1 lining made of solid polymer material, such as polyethylene, with a thickness of about 1 mm, and a multilayer hygienic coating 2, (Fig. 1), consisting of individual sheets 3 of polyethylene film made in the form of an overlay and having protrusions 4, intended to facilitate the separation of sheets from each other (Fig. 1) and their tearing. In the working position, the tabs 4 are bent to the body 1 of the lining. For visual highlighting of the protrusions 4 and ease of use in poor lighting, the protrusion 4 can be painted in a different color, contrasting with the color of the rest of the film. For a better grip of the protrusion 4 with wet or contaminated hands of the user, a portion of material with a higher roughness can be applied to the protrusion 4. Fastening of the coating 2 to the body 1 of the lining is carried out by soldering or gluing on the underside of the lining on the outside. Along the perimeter of the sheets 3, perforation 5 and 8 are performed on both sides of the lining body 1. Perforation 5 is not performed in the area 6 adjacent to the protrusion 4. To attach the cover to the toilet seat, a lot of hygienic coverings of the seat are attached to the body 1 of the cover on its outer side with the possibility of forming between the latter an open cavity for placing the seat in it. Means for fixing the lining to the seat is made in the form of a cord 7 covering the pack and the housing 1, made with the possibility of pulling the latter together with the seat at the place of attachment of the latter to the toilet. Sheets 3 are made of polyethylene with a thickness of up to 0.005 mm, so that 100 or more sheets 3 can be strengthened on the lining body 1, which increases operational capabilities. Sheets 3 are used once and after use they are torn off and thrown away. The proposed pad hygienic multilayer for the toilet seat is used as follows. The overlay is made by pressing. A pack of sheets 3 made of thin polyethylene (up to 100 pieces or more) is superimposed on the upper surface of the lining body 1 and fixed using soldering or glue. The edges of 4 sheets 3 are folded onto the lining body 1, after which the lining is mounted on the toilet seat. For this, the seat is introduced into the lining cavity and the latter are pulled together with the seat at the place where the latter is attached to the toilet. The user tears sheet 3, and then uses the toilet. The user takes on the protrusion 4, bends it outward and upward, and then tears off the sheet along the perforation lines 5 and 8. The next user repeats the operation. The proposed hygienic multilayer lining for the toilet seat in its size is suitable for 23 types of toilets used in Russia. Due to the fact that a stack of 50-100 or more sheets of hygienic coating is installed on the pad, in many cases it can be changed once a day, which creates additional operational convenience. In addition, coating sheets made of thin polyethylene are cheap, convenient to use, hygienic, and easy to replace. The configuration of the coating and its color may vary depending on the wishes of the customer. The use of a disposable hygiene coating helps prevent skin diseases in users.

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1. A hygienic multilayer overlay for a toilet seat, including a supporting body, a plurality of hygienic coverings for the seat and a means for fixing the lining to the seat, the hygienic coverings being made of a polymer film, laid in the form of a pack, corresponding in shape to the lining body, and have protrusions extending beyond pads and perforations deposited on the outer and inner edges, except for the portion of the coating turning into a protrusion, and a lot of hygienic coverings of the seat are attached to the body on fixing on its outside with the help of soldering with the possibility of forming between the latter an open cavity for placing a seat in it, the means for fixing the lining to the seat are made in the form of a cord covering the bundle and the body, made with the possibility of pulling the latter together with the seat at the place of attachment of the latter to the toilet, many hygienic coverings of the seat have such a shape and dimensions that the edges of the coverings can be wound and fixed by soldering under the edges of the cover body, and the tabs are bent onto the cover body when installed ke, and on them sections of material with a greater roughness than the main material are applied.
2. Hygienic multilayer overlay according to claim 1, characterized in that the protrusions are made in a different color than the base material.
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