US20060180220A1 - Water outlet mount with lift rod for use of faucets - Google Patents

Water outlet mount with lift rod for use of faucets Download PDF

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US20060180220A1
US20060180220A1 US11/056,231 US5623105A US2006180220A1 US 20060180220 A1 US20060180220 A1 US 20060180220A1 US 5623105 A US5623105 A US 5623105A US 2006180220 A1 US2006180220 A1 US 2006180220A1
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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
    • E03C1/02Plumbing installations for fresh water
    • E03C1/04Water-basin installations specially adapted to wash-basins or baths
    • E03C1/0401Fixing a tap to the sanitary appliance or to an associated mounting surface, e.g. a countertop
    • 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
    • E03C1/02Plumbing installations for fresh water
    • E03C1/04Water-basin installations specially adapted to wash-basins or baths
    • E03C1/0403Connecting the supply lines to the tap body
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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A water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets includes a water outlet mount having a water inlet duct disposed at the bottom side thereof in communication with cold/hot water inlet pipes, a tubular line disposed at one side of the water inlet duct thereof to extend all the way to the top edge of the water outlet mount thereof, and a water guiding area properly disposed to connect and bridge over the water inlet duct and the middle section of the tubular line thereof. A hollow guide member of a smaller outer diameter is applied to tightly engage with an upper opening end and a lower coupling end of the tubular line respectively so as to define a water-collecting space there-between, and an orifice is disposed at one side of the water outlet mount to mutually connect with the water-collecting space for a spout of various annular and cylindrical designs to be fixedly mounted thereto. And a lift rod in linkage connection with a movable valve of a basin is directly led through the hollow guide member and mounted therein. Therefore, via the water outlet mount and the spout separately shaped by forging process, the inner space of the water outlet mount is relatively increased in depth, and the cylindrical surface of the spout is easily polished in processing. Moreover, the water outlet mount and the spout can also be individually replaced with new one of different design as desired, facilitating more versatile change of the water outlet mount and the spout to boost the competitive power thereof on the market.

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    BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • The present invention is related to a water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets, including a water outlet mount made up of a water inlet duct disposed at the bottom side to communicate with cold/hot water inlet pipes, a tubular line disposed at one side of the water inlet duct thereof to extend all the way to the top edge of the water outlet mount thereof for a hollow guide member of a smaller outer diameter with a lift rod led there-through to accommodate therein, a water guiding area properly disposed therein to bridge over the water inlet duct and the middle section of the tubular line, and an orifice disposed at one side thereof for a cylindrical spout to be mounted thereto; whereby, via the water outlet mount and the spout separately shaped by forging process, the inner water collecting space of the water outlet mount is relatively increased in depth, and the cylindrical surface of the spout is easily polished in processing. Moreover, the water outlet mount and the spout can also be individually replaced with a new one as desired, facilitating more versatile change of the water outlet mount and the spout to boost the competitive power thereof.
  • Please refer to FIG. 1. A conventional water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets includes a panel 10, a water outlet mount 20 molded by casting and fixed to the upper side of the panel 10 thereof, and a pair of cold/hot water handle seats 30 securely engaged with an H-shaped valve body 40 disposed at the bottom side thereof. The valve body 40 is equipped with a water passageway 41 disposed at the middle section thereof to connect with water inlet pipes 42 that, having cold/hot water check valves adapted therein, are disposed at both left/right sides respectively. The water passageway 41 thereof has a protrusive sleeve 43 extending downward through the bottom side thereof and mating with a central assembly hole 11 of the panel 10 at the top thereof. Upper and lower sealing O-rings 44, 45 are joined to both upper and lower sides of the protrusive sleeve 43, and a hollow tube 22 screwed up to a threaded upper end 21 of the water outlet mount 20 and equipped with a threaded bottom end 221 and water sealing packing 222 is mounted to the protrusive sleeve 43 thereof. The hollow tube 22, having a fixed nut section 223 disposed at the upper end thereof to abut against the bottom side of the threaded upper end 21 of the water outlet mount 20 for location thereby, is led through the protrusive sleeve 43 to extend outwards at the bottom side of the water passageway 41 and securely abut against the lower sealing O-ring 45 so as to seal up the bottom end of the protrusive sleeve 43 thereby. A washer 23 and a screw nut 24 are then fixed to the bottom end of the hollow tube 22, permitting the water outlet mount 20 to firmly locate on top of the panel 10 thereof. A lift rod 50 is guided from top to bottom to sequentially pass through the threaded upper end 21 of the water outlet mount 20 and the hollow tube 50 till linked to a movable valve of a drain pipe of a basin (without shown in the diagram) that is relatively actuated to move up or down according to the down-push or up-lift movement of the lift rod 50 thereof so as to control the drain system of the basin.
  • There are some drawbacks to such conventional water outlet mount with a lift rod thereof. First, the water outlet mount 20 is molded by casting, which is more difficult to increase the depth of the water outlet mount 20 and tends to limit the inner water collecting space 201 disposed therein. Second, the water outlet mount 20, integrally shaped by casting, needs polish at the surface after the molding thereof, and is prone to come up with a spout 202 molded in a flat curved or flat elongated shape rather than an annular cylindrical shape. Besides, the water outlet mount 20 must be integrally dismantled as a unit for the replacement of a new spout 202 rather than the spout 202 being individually changed for variation. Third, the water outlet mount 20 and the hollow tube 22 must be processed to provide the upper threaded end 21 and the upper/lower threaded ends with the fixed nut section 223 thereof respectively so as to mount the lift rod 50 onto the water outlet mount 20 thereof. And the upper/lower sealing O-rings 44, 45, the washer 23, and the screw nut 24 must be securely fixed before the lift rod 50 is guided through the hollow tube 22 in assembly, which is quite complicated and time-consuming in both assembly and processing thereof. Fourth, the assembling parts of the conventional water outlet mount 20 is numerous and complicated, which can uneconomically boost the costs of production and material, and inconveniently increase the frequency in the maintenance and replacement thereof.
  • Please refer to FIG. 2. A second conventional water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets includes a basin 10′ having a plurality of assembly holes disposed at one lateral side thereon (without shown in the diagram) for a water outlet mount 20′ and a pair of cold/hot handle seats 30′ to be fixedly engaged therewith. At the bottom side of the water outlet mount 20′ is disposed a water inlet outer tube 21′ extending downwards at the underside of the basin 10′ and securely located thereto via a fixing plate 22′. At the interior of the water outlet mount 20′ is disposed a hollow inner tube 23′ that, having an upper sealing ring 231′ fixed thereto, extends all the way to the top edge and down to the bottom of the water outlet mount 20′ thereof. The hollow inner tube 23′ has an outer diameter smaller than the inner diameter of the water outlet outer tube 21′ and a length longer than that of the water inlet outer tube 21′. A coupling member 24′, mounted to the bottom end of the water inlet outer tube 21′, is provided with upper and lower annular seats 241′ of various diameters to mate with the water inlet outer tube 21′ and the hollow inner tube 22′ thereof respectively. An upper and lower sealing O-rings 242243′ are applied to the upper and lower annular seats 241′ respectively to abut securely against the water inlet outer tube 21′ and the hollow inner tube 23′ thereof so as to seal up the interior of the water inlet outer tube 21′ thereby. A washer 25′ and a screw nut 26′ are fixed to the hollow inner tube 23′ to abut tightly against the lower sealing O-ring 243′, and a pair of cold/hot water inlet pipes 244′ is attached at both left/right sides of the coupling member 24′ to connect with water inlet ducts of the cold/hot water handle seats 30′ (without shown in the diagram) respectively. A lift rod 50 is guided from the top of the water inlet mount 20′ to pass through the hollow inner tube 23′ thereof till linked to a movable valve of a drain pipe of a basin (without shown in the diagram) that is actuated to move up or down according to the down-push or up-lift movement of the lift rod 50 thereof.
  • The second conventional water outlet mount with a lift rod is featured by some disadvantages. First, the water outlet mount 20′ is molded by casting, which is hard to increase the depth of the water outlet mount 20 and tends to limit the water collecting space contained therein. Second, the water outlet mount 20′, integrally shaped by casting, needs polish at the surface after the molding thereof, and is prone to come up with a spout 28′ molded in a flat curved or flat elongated shape rather than an annular cylindrical shape. Besides, for the replacement of a new spout 28′, the water outlet mount 20′ must be dismantled as a unit rather than the spout 28′ being individually changed for variation. Third, the water outlet mount 20′ and the hollow tube 22′ must be processed to provide an upper threaded end and an upper/lower threaded ends 232′ with a nut section 233′ respectively so as to mount the lift rod 50 onto the water outlet mount 20′ thereof. And the coupling member 24′, the two sealing O-rings 242′, 243′, the washer 25′, and the screw nut 26′ must be securely fixed so as to seal up the water inlet outer tube 21′ for water to flow out from the water outlet mount 20′, which is quite complicated and time-consuming in both assembly and processing thereof. Fourth, the assembling parts of the conventional water outlet mount 20′ is numerous and complicated, which not only uneconomically boost the costs of production and material, but also inconveniently increase the frequency in the maintenance and replacement thereof.
  • Please refer to FIG. 3. A third conventional water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets includes a water outlet mount 60 fixed to the upper side of a panel 10, and a pair of cold/hot water handle seats 61 fixedly engaged with an H-shaped valve body 62 at the bottom thereof. The valve body 62 has a horizontal-extending V-shaped water passageway 621 disposed at the middle section thereof to connect with a pair of left/right water inlet pipes 622 with water check valves adapted therein. The water passageway 621 has a coupling sleeve 623 extending at the upper edge to mate with a central assembly hole 11 of the panel 10. The coupling sleeve 623 is communicated with the water passageway 621 having a limiting section 625 with through holes 624 extending at one side thereof to abut against the inner wall of the panel 10, and a recess 626 indented at the middle of the limiting section 625 thereof corresponding to the central assembly hole 11 at one side of the coupling sleeve 623. An upper sealing O-ring 63 is joined to the outer side of the coupling sleeve 623 and abut tightly against a water inlet cavity 601 disposed at the bottom side of the water outlet mount 60. At one side of the water inlet cavity 601 is disposed a separate line 602 extending to the top edge of the water outlet mount 60 and precisely corresponding to the recess 626, permitting water streaming to the water inlet cavity 601 to flow out directly through a spout 603. Meanwhile, a lift rod 50 in linkage connection with a movable valve of a basin is guided through the tunnel 602 and mounted therein.
  • The third conventional water outlet mount with a lift rod above is also characterized by some disadvantages. First, the water outlet mount 60 is integrally molded by casting, which is hard to increase the depth of the water outlet mount 60 and tends to limit the water-collecting space disposed inside. Second, the water outlet mount 60, integrally shaped by casting, needs polish at the surface after the molding thereof, and the spout 603′ thereof is prone to be molded in a flat curved or flat elongated shape rather than an annular cylindrical shape. Besides, for the replacement of a new spout 603′, the water outlet mount 20′ must be dismantled as a unit rather than the spout 28′ being individually changed for variation.
  • SUMMARY OF THE PRESENT INVENTION
  • It is, therefore, the primary purpose of the present invention to provide a water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets, including a water outlet mount with a spout of an annular and cylindrical shape connected at one side thereof wherein the water outlet mount and the spout are separately made by forging so as to increase the dept of a water collecting space disposed inside the water outlet mount thereof and to facilitate an easier polish of the cylindrical surface of the spout thereof.
  • It is, therefore, the second purpose of the present invention to provide a water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets wherein, via the water outlet mount and the spout each separately forged from the other at the same time, the water outlet mount and the spout can also be individually replaced with a new one of different design without both being dismantled in one unit, facilitating more versatile change of the water outlet mount and the spout to achieve economical efficiency and boost the competitive power thereof
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  • FIG. 1 is a perspective exploded view of a conventional water outlet mount thereof.
  • FIG. 2 is a perspective view of a second conventional water outlet mount in assembly.
  • FIG. 3 is a perspective exploded view of a third conventional water outlet mount.
  • FIG. 4 is a perspective exploded view of the present invention.
  • FIG. 5 is a cross sectional view of the present invention in assembly.
  • FIG. 6 is a perspective exploded view of another embodiment of the present invention.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS
  • Please refer to FIGS. 4 to 5 inclusive. The present invention is related to a water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets, including a panel 10, a water outlet mount 70 made by forging and center-set at the upper side of the panel 10 thereof, a pair of cold/hot water handle seats 80 disposed at both left and right side of the panel 10 thereof, and an H-shaped valve body 90 correspondingly fixed to the bottom side of the cold/hot water handle seats 80 thereof. The valve body 90 is made up of a horizontal-extending V-shaped water passageway 91 in communication with water inlet pipes 92 that, having water check valves mounted therein, are disposed at both left/right sides thereof. The water passageway 91 of the valve body 90 has a sleeve tube 911 protruding at the upper edge thereon to mate with a central assembly hole 11 of the panel 10 thereof. The water passage way 91 communicating with the sleeve tube 911 thereof also includes a limiting edge 94 with through holes 93 disposed thereon extending at one side thereof to precisely abut against the inner wall of the panel 10 thereof, and a recess 941 indented at the middle section of the limiting edge 94 to correspond with the assembly hole 11 at one side of the sleeve tube 911 thereof. A sealing O-ring 95 is mounted at the outer side of the sleeve tube 911 thereof and securely engage with a water inlet duct 71 disposed at the bottom end of the water outlet mount 70 thereof. At one side of the water inlet duct 71 is disposed a tubular line 72 extending all the way to the top edge of the water outlet mount 70 thereof, and a wider water guiding area 73 is disposed to connect and bridge over the proper position of the water inlet duct 71 and the middle section of the tubular line 72 thereof. A hollow guide member 74 is applied to tightly engage with an upper opening end 721 and a lower coupling end 722 of the tubular line 72 thereof respectively. The outer diameter of the guide member 74 is smaller than the caliber of the tubular line 72 so as to define a water-collecting space 723 between the guide member 74 and the tubular line 72 thereof. The guide member 74 is precisely mated with the recess 941 thereof at the bottom end thereof, and an orifice 75 is disposed at one side of the water outlet mount 70 to mutually connect with the water-collecting space 723 and for a spout 76 of various annular and cylindrical designs to be fixedly mounted thereto. Therefore, water streaming to the water guiding area 73 from the water inlet duct 71 thereof will flow along the outer periphery of the guide member 74 and come into the water-collecting space 723 to go out there-from and discharge directly through the spout 76 thereby. Meanwhile, a lift rod 50 in linkage connection with a movable valve of a basin is directly led through the hollow guide member 74 and mounted therein, and a plurality of screw holes 77 is disposed at the bottom side of the water outlet mount 70 to precisely mate with the through holes 93 thereof for secure mutual registration via crews 771 so as to firmly fix and locate the water outlet mount 70 precisely onto the panel 10 thereof. Thus, via the water outlet mount 70 and the spout 76 each separately shaped by forging from the other, the inner space of the water outlet mount 70 is relatively increased in depth, and the cylindrical surface of the spout 76 is easily polished in processing. Moreover, in addition to the advantage of synchronic processing thereof, the water outlet mount 70 and the spout 76 can also be individually replaced with new one of different design as desired, facilitating more versatile change of the water outlet mount 70 as well as the spout 76 thereof without both being dismantled in one unit so as to achieve the economical efficiency and boost the competitive power thereof on the market.
  • Please refer to FIG. 6. The present invention can also include a water outlet mount 70′ that, made by forging, is directly fixed to assembly holes of a basin (without shown in the diagram). At the bottom side of the water outlet mount 70′ is disposed a pair of cold/hot water inlet ducts 71′ extending upwards therein, and a pair of water inlet pipes 72′ securely connected to the bottom end of the cold/hot water inlet ducts 71′ thereof respectively. At one side of the water inlet ducts 71′ thereof is disposed a tubular line 73′ extending all the way to the top edge of the water outlet mount 70′, and a pair of water guiding areas 74′ is provided to connect and bridge over the tubular line 73′ and the water inlet ducts 71′ respectively. A hollow guide member 75′ is applied to securely engage with an upper opening end 731′ and a lower coupling end 732′ of the tubular line 73′ thereof respectively. The outer diameter of the guide member 75′ is smaller than the caliber of the tubular line 73′ so as to define a water collecting space 733′ there-between. At one side of the water outlet mount 70′ is disposed an orifice 76′ in communication with the water collecting space 733′ thereof for a spout 77′ of various annular and cylindrical designs to be fixedly mounted thereto. Therefore, water streaming to the water guiding areas 74′ from the water inlet ducts 71′ thereof will flow along the outer periphery of the guiding member 75′ and come into the water collecting space 733′ to go out there-from and discharge directly through the spout 77′ thereby. Meanwhile, the lift rod 50 in linkage connection with a movable valve of the basin thereof is directly led through the hollow guide member 75′ and mounted therein.

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1. A water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets, including a water outlet mount center-set at the upper side of a panel, and a pair of cold/hot water handle seats correspondingly fixed to a valve body disposed at the bottom side thereof wherein the valve body has a horizontal-extending water passageway disposed at the middle section thereof to mutually communicate with left/right water inlet pipes having water check valves mounted therein; the present invention being characterized by that,
the water outlet mount being provided with a water inlet duct disposed at the bottom side thereof, a tubular line disposed at one side of the water inlet duct thereof to extend all the way to the top edge of the water outlet mount thereof, and a water guiding area properly disposed to connect and bridge over the water inlet duct and the middle section of the tubular line thereof; a hollow guide member being applied to tightly engage with an upper opening end and a lower coupling end of the tubular line thereof respectively wherein the outer diameter of the guide member is smaller than the caliber of the tubular line so as to define a water-collecting space there-between; an orifice being disposed at one side of the water outlet mount to mutually connect with the water-collecting space thereof for a spout of various annular and cylindrical designs to be fixedly mounted thereto; therefore, water streaming to the water guiding area from the water inlet duct thereof will flow along the outer periphery of the guide member and come into the water-collecting space to go out there-from and discharge directly through the spout thereby; meanwhile, a lift rod in linkage connection with a movable valve of a basin is directly led through the hollow guide member and mounted therein.
2. The water outlet mount with lift rod for use of faucets as claimed in claim 1 wherein the water outlet mount and the spout thereof are preferably shaped by forging process.
3. A water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets, including a water outlet mount directly fixed to assembly holes of a basin and being characterized by that,
a pair of cold/hot water inlet ducts being disposed at the bottom side of the water outlet mount to securely connect to a pair of water inlet pipes respectively; at one side of the water inlet ducts thereof being disposed a tubular line extending all the way to the top edge of the water outlet mount, and a pair of water guiding areas being provided to connect and bridge over the tubular line and the water inlet ducts respectively; a hollow guide member being applied to securely engage with an upper opening end and a lower coupling end of the tubular line thereof respectively wherein the outer diameter of the guide member is smaller than the caliber of the tubular line so as to define a water collecting space there-between; at one side of the water outlet mount being disposed an orifice in communication with the water collecting space thereof for a spout of various cylindrical designs to be fixedly mounted thereto.
4. The water outlet mount with a lift rod for use of faucets as claimed in claim 3 wherein the water outlet mount and the spout thereof are preferably shaped by forging process.
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