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RU2528487C2
RU2528487C2 RU2010120813/13A RU2010120813A RU2528487C2 RU 2528487 C2 RU2528487 C2 RU 2528487C2 RU 2010120813/13 A RU2010120813/13 A RU 2010120813/13A RU 2010120813 A RU2010120813 A RU 2010120813A RU 2528487 C2 RU2528487 C2 RU 2528487C2
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E03WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE
    • E03CDOMESTIC PLUMBING INSTALLATIONS FOR FRESH WATER OR WASTE WATER; SINKS
    • E03C1/00Domestic plumbing installations for fresh water or waste water; Sinks
    • E03C1/12Plumbing installations for waste water; Basins or fountains connected thereto; Sinks
    • E03C1/28Odour seals
    • E03C1/284Odour seals having U-shaped trap
    • E03C1/288Odour seals having U-shaped trap having non-return valves against return of waste water
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F13/00Details common to, or for air-conditioning, air-humidification, ventilation or use of air currents for screening
    • F24F13/22Means for preventing condensation or evacuating condensate
    • F24F13/222Means for preventing condensation or evacuating condensate for evacuating condensate
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F13/00Details common to, or for air-conditioning, air-humidification, ventilation or use of air currents for screening
    • F24F13/22Means for preventing condensation or evacuating condensate
    • F24F13/222Means for preventing condensation or evacuating condensate for evacuating condensate
    • F24F2013/227Condensate pipe for drainage of condensate from the evaporator

Abstract

FIELD: machine building.
SUBSTANCE: proposed invention relates to pipe joints. An U-bend pipe 10 consists of a case 1 comprising an inlet branch pipe 1b passing through the wall 1a of the case 1 and an outlet branch pipe 1e passing through the wall 1d of the case 1. The inlet branch pipe 1b is ended inside the U-bend case with an inlet hole 1c, and the outlet branch pipe 1e is ended inside the U-bend case 1 with an outlet hole 1f. Inside the U-bend case 1 there is installed a removable insert 6 blocking the odour and comprising the insert casing 6a+6b where a bent channel 6e is made so that to be impermeable for fluid, in particular, the channel with at least one U-shape section comprising an inlet hole 6c and an outlet hole 6d of the channel 6e. The inlet hole 6c and outlet hole 6d of the channel 6e in the odour blocking insert 6 are made with the possibility of sealed connection with the inlet hole 1c and the outlet hole 1f respectively. The inlet hole 1c of the inlet branch pipe 1b and the outlet hole 1f of the outlet branch pipe 1e are turned to the front wall 1g of the U-bend case 1. The inlet hole 6c and outlet hole 6d of the channel 6e in the odour blocking insert 6 are made in the back wall 6f of the insert 6 casing body 6a.
EFFECT: invention provides for efficient blocking of odour, simplified maintenance.
12 cl, 7 dwg

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The invention relates to a siphon with a siphon case containing an inlet pipe passing through the wall of the body, and an outlet pipe passing through the wall of the body, according to the restrictive part of paragraph 1 of the claims. Such a siphon is known from DE 3109384.
From the Italian patent application nos. BO2006A-000323 a siphon is known for supply pipelines with a small supply, such as, for example, pipelines for condensation water from air conditioners or refrigeration units, which comprises a housing with internal partitions defining the “U” section between the inlet and outlet. The arcuate section of the "U" section is made to fill with water in order to create a barrier to odor. In addition, a spherical float is made in the knee of section “U” on the outlet side, which is in the dry state located in the ring-shaped nest of section “U” and tightly closes it from smell, but which nevertheless rises with water when it passes in the direction of exit section "U", due to which a valve is formed, tightly blocking the smell. The housing is equipped with fixing means for fixing on a solid structure, in particular on a wall.
In the general case, siphons used to pass small amounts of liquid, in particular condensation water from air conditioners, are problematic precisely because of this small flow rate of water per unit time, since they do not self-clean the siphon when the flowing water picks up dirt particles with it. Therefore, the siphon, through which only small amounts of water flow, must be cleaned frequently and regularly to avoid blockage of the siphon. For this reason, in the known siphon, a hole closed by a lid is provided on the upper side, into which cleaning accessories, such as brushes, as well as cleaning liquids can be introduced. However, in practice, it turned out that the assembled space for the introduction of cleaning products is not enough. Therefore, for cleaning, the siphon must be separated from the pipeline and disassembled, after which it is cleaned and installed again, which is an extremely difficult procedure. But even if you try to clean the siphon in assembled form, this would be associated with significant inconveniences, since during cleaning, despite the thoroughness of the operation, contamination of the wall around the siphon is unlikely to be avoided. It should be borne in mind that these siphons are mainly mounted in the walls of residential and office buildings, usually painted or glued with wallpaper, and which, in contrast to the walls in bathrooms with ceramic tiles, are therefore not dirt-repellent or amenable to cleaning. Consequently, the wall around this famous siphon during use and repeated cleaning processes of the siphon will become more and more inconspicuous. Another significant disadvantage in connection with this difficult possibility of cleaning is a large investment of time. If cleaning is performed by a qualified person, the time spent will be reflected in the high maintenance costs.
Therefore, the objective of the present invention is to eliminate the disadvantages of the known siphons for small expenses. The present invention solves this problem by creating a siphon with the features of paragraph 1 of the claims. Preferred embodiments of the invention are presented in the dependent claims.
The siphon according to the invention has a siphon housing containing an inlet pipe passing through the wall of the housing, and an outlet pipe passing through the wall of the housing. The inlet ends at the inside of the siphon body with an inlet. The outlet pipe ends inside the siphon body with an outlet. An odor-blocking insert is installed inside the siphon body, comprising an insert body in which a curved channel is made impervious to liquid and odor, in particular a channel with at least one U-shaped section containing the channel inlet and outlet openings, the channel inlet and outlet openings the odor-blocking inserts are sealed with the inlet and outlet openings of the siphon housing, respectively. Thus, the odor-blocking insert forms a cassette that is fully, simply and quickly inserted into the siphon body and removed again from it. Therefore, there is no need to clean the siphon when it is clogged in place in the wall, you just need to replace the odor-blocking insert with simplest methods. This does not require either special knowledge or especially much time, so that the maintenance costs associated with the siphon according to the invention are minimal. The siphon body comprises a removable cover, the cover preferably having latches. In order for the odor-locking insert to be installed in the siphon case in the simplest manner, it is provided that the inlet opening of the inlet pipe and the outlet opening of the outlet pipe face the lid of the siphon, with the inlet and outlet openings of the odor-locking insert channel being made in the rear wall of the body of the insert body so so that the odor-blocking insert is worn on the inlet of the inlet pipe and on the outlet of the outlet pipe and removed from the front, i.e. from the side of the lid.
In a preferred embodiment of the siphon, the inlet and outlet of the channel of the odor-blocking insert have a plug-in or screw-in connection with the inlet and outlet openings, respectively, as a result of which the siphon is extremely easy to maintain. In an improved embodiment of the siphon according to the invention, for optimal sealing between the inlet and the inlet of the channel, as well as the outlet and the outlet of the channel, respectively, seals are provided, in particular ring-shaped elastomeric seals.
In a preferred embodiment, the insert body has a body body and a cover sealingly connected to the body of the body. In this embodiment, the odor-blocking insert can be removed entirely and the channel formed therein can be cleaned by washing with water, so that the odor-locking insert is again suitable for use. It should be emphasized that there is no need to clean the odor-blocking insert in place. If the odor-blocking insert is completely clogged, you can simply replace it.
To achieve optimal odor blocking, even if there is no water in the channel of the odor-blocking insert, which is to be expected, for example, when using an air-conditioning drain pipe, a valve is also provided in the channel of the odor-blocking insert. This valve can be implemented, for example, using a float installed in the channel, and which, if there is no water in the channel, is located in an annular socket and closes the channel, while when the water flows, it rises and releases the channel.
In a preferred embodiment of the invention, the siphon is provided with a length-cut constructive protective nozzle which is worn on the siphon body with the cover removed, and it is preferable that the side walls of the structural protective nozzle coincide with the side walls of the siphon. The structural protective nozzle serves to compensate for various installation depths. In this case, the installation of the siphon is carried out with a recess in the wall of at least such a depth that the siphon can fully fit in it. A constructive protective nozzle is put on the siphon so high that it protrudes from the hole. A siphon cover may be installed on the constructive protective nozzle during installation to prevent contamination of the internal cavity of the housing. As an alternative, the structural protective nozzle has a front wall. After this, the siphon, together with the constructive protective nozzle, is fixed in the recess, for example, using gypsum. Then, the constructive protective nozzle is cut so that it is flush with the surface of the wall, and then closed by a siphon cover.
The siphon according to the invention is very well suited for use with a small flow rate, such as, for example, in the discharge pipes for condensation water from air conditioners and refrigeration units. Due to the low flow rate, it is advisable to use pipelines of small sizes. To obtain the compact design of the siphon according to the invention, it is provided that the inlet and outlet nozzles have such a diameter that they can be connected to pipelines with an outer diameter of from 6 to 50 mm.
In a particularly preferred embodiment, the siphon according to the invention is made in the form of a wall siphon for vertical installation. To do this, the bends of the channel in the odor-blocking insert, as well as a possible valve, are arranged in such a way that they realize their locking action with respect to odor when installed vertically. Wall siphon can be mounted in the walls in the residential or office sector, in particular under separate air conditioners.
Preferably, the curved channel of the insert is located in a plane parallel to the rear wall of the body of the insert body.
Below the invention is illustrated by the example of the implementation of the siphon according to the invention with a possible structural protective nozzle with reference to the drawings. In the drawings, a siphon with a constructive protective nozzle on is depicted in the following forms: in Fig. 1 is a front view; figure 2 is a top view; figure 3 is a side view; figure 4 is a view in section along the line aa in figure 1; figure 5 is a view in section along the line bb in figure 2; figure 6 is a view in an exploded image; 7 is a perspective view.
The siphon 10 comprises a housing 1. An inlet pipe 1b passes through the upper wall 1a of the housing into the internal cavity of the siphon housing, it bends 90 ° and terminates in the inlet 1c. An exhaust pipe 1e passes through the bottom wall 1d of the housing into the internal cavity of the siphon housing, it bends 90 ° and ends in the outlet 1f. Due to the bends of the inlet pipe 1b and the outlet pipe 1e, the inlet 1c and the outlet 1f face the open side 1g of the siphon body 1 (see, in particular, FIG. 7) and have parallel axes a1, a2, as seen in FIG. 4. O-rings elastomeric seals 5 are put on the inlet 1c and the outlet 1f. The entire body 1 of the siphon is made in one piece, for example, by injection molding of plastic. The siphon 10 is made with the possibility of vertical installation in the wall as a wall siphon. It is especially suitable for use with low water consumption, for example, in sewage pipes for condensation water from air conditioners and refrigeration units, typically designed for flow rates of less than one liter per minute. For compact execution of the siphon, the inlet pipe 1b and the outlet pipe 1e have relatively small diameters and, in particular, have such dimensions that they can be connected to pipelines with an outer diameter of from 6 to 50 mm. An inlet pipe 1b is fitted with an annular insert seal 4 with membranes 4a into which such a conduit can be inserted. As mentioned, the siphon body 1 is compact and has, for example, a square rear surface with an edge length of 11 cm. The height of the side walls is, for example, 6 cm.
From the open front side 1g of the siphon body, a cassette odor-blocking insert 6 is inserted into the siphon case 1. The cassette odor-blocking insert 6 has an insertion housing comprising an insertion body 6a in which a curved channel 6e is formed. The body 6a of the plug-in housing is closed by a cover 6b of the plug-in housing so that it also tightly closes the channel 6e. The bend of the channel in this embodiment is 360 ° and includes two U-shaped sections, as can be seen in FIGS. 6 and 7. On the rear wall 6f of the insert body 6a in the end regions of the channel 6e, the channel inlet 6c and the channel outlet 6d connected in a sealing manner to the inlet 1c of the inlet pipe 1b and the outlet 1f of the outlet pipe 1e, respectively. The connection is carried out in the simplest way by putting the entire odor-blocking insert 6 on the inlet pipe 1b and on the exhaust pipe 1e from the front side 1g of the siphon body 1. To clean the siphon 10, it is enough to remove the odor-blocking insert 6 in only one step, rinse it and install it again, for which no special knowledge is needed. With thorough driving, you can replace the odor-blocking insert 6 as a whole. To facilitate the removal of the odor-locking insert 6 from the siphon body 1, two gripping legs 6h are provided in the lid 6b of the insert body.
In addition, it should be mentioned that when the odor-blocking insert 6 is removed, the inlet 1c of the inlet pipe 1b and the outlet 1f of the outlet pipe 1e of the siphon 10 are accessible for entry into the pipelines for the purpose of cleaning the cleaning hedgehogs or similar cleaning accessories.
Channel 6e of the odor-blocking insert 6 is designed to fill its curved portions with odor-blocking liquid. However, in order to block the smell even if the liquid from the channel 6e has evaporated, as, for example, can happen when using the sewage pipe for condensation water from the air conditioner, a valve 7 is additionally provided in the channel 6e of the odor blocking insert 6. Valve 7 contains a spherical a float 7a and a socket 7b with a circular hole 7c, and the socket 7b slides into the guide groove 6g of the channel 6e. If there is no liquid in the channel 6e, the float is located in the socket 7b and closes the circular hole 7c, and thereby the channel 6e. A fluid flowing through channel 6e lifts the float 7a from its seat 7b, whereby channel 6e is released.
The open front side 1g of the siphon body 1 is closed by a removable cover 3 with latches 3a.
To install the siphon body 1, a detachable structural protective nozzle 2 is provided, put on the open front side 1g of the siphon body 1 and, as it were, serving as a continuation of the side walls of the siphon body 1. Cut off in length, the structural protective nozzle 2 can be made either with the front or rear open wall, i.e. may contain only side walls 2a cut off in length, for example, 7 cm, or side walls 2a and the front wall 2b for optimal protection of the internal cavity of the siphon body 1 from contamination during operation. The dimensions of the constructive protective nozzle 2 are determined so that the side walls end like a socket put on the siphon body 1, but so that the rest of the side walls 2a of the constructive protective nozzle 2 are aligned with the side walls of the siphon body 1. After the siphon with the constructive protective nozzle 2 is installed in the wall in a recess of the corresponding depth and fixed in it using gypsum, the side walls 2a of the constructive protective nozzle 2 are cut flush with the wall, and after cutting the protruding parts of the side walls 2a into the constructive protective nozzle 2, be wearing a cap 3.

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1. Siphon (10) with a siphon case (1) containing an inlet pipe (1b) passing through the wall (1a) of the case and an outlet pipe (1e) passing through the wall (1d) of the case, and the inlet pipe (1b) ends inside the siphon case with an inlet (1c), and the outlet pipe (1e) ends inside the siphon case with an outlet (1f), and a removable insert (6) is installed inside the siphon case, which closes the odor containing the insert case (6a + 6b), in which impermeable to liquid, a curved channel (6e) is made, in particular a channel along with at least one U-shaped portion comprising an inlet (6c) and an outlet (6d) of the channel, the inlet (6c) and the outlet (6d) of the odor-blocking insert (6) being sealed to the inlet (1c) ) and an outlet (1f), respectively, characterized in that the inlet (1c) of the inlet pipe (1b) and the outlet (1f) of the outlet pipe (1e) are facing the front side (1g) of the siphon body and the inlet (6c) and the outlet (6d) of the channel of the odor-blocking insert (6) are not in the back wall (6f) of the body (6a) of the insert body.
2. Siphon according to claim 1, characterized in that the inlet (6c) and the outlet (6d) of the odor-blocking insert (6) are configured to connect to the inlet (1c) and the outlet (1f), respectively, by inserting or screwing up.
3. Siphon according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that between the inlet and the inlet of the channel and, respectively, between the outlet and the outlet of the channel, seals (5) are provided, in particular, ring-shaped elastomeric seals.
4. Siphon according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the insert body comprises a body (6a) of the body and a cover (6b) connected to the body of the body in a sealing manner.
5. Siphon according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that a valve (7) is made in the channel (6e) of the odor-blocking insert (6).
6. Siphon according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the siphon body (1) has a removable cover (3), preferably with latches (3a).
7. Siphon according to claim 6, characterized in that it comprises a structurally cut-out protective nozzle (2) cut off in length, put on the front side (1g) of the siphon body (1), the side walls (2a) of the constructive protective nozzle (2) preferably aligned with the side walls of the siphon body (1).
8. Siphon according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the inlet pipe (1b) and the outlet pipe (1e) have diameters that allow them to connect to pipelines with an outer diameter of 6 to 50 mm.
9. Siphon according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the gripping legs (6h) are installed on the odor-blocking insert (6).
10. Siphon (10) according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that it is made in the form of a wall siphon for vertical installation.
11. Siphon (10) according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the curved channel (6e) is located in a plane parallel to the rear wall (6f) of the body (6a) of the insert body.
12. Siphon (10) according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the rear wall (6f) of the body (6a) of the insert body, when installed in a siphon, faces the inlet (1c) of the inlet pipe (1b) and the outlet (1f ) exhaust pipe (1e).
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