WO2007066865A1 - Apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue - Google Patents

Apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue Download PDF

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WO2007066865A1
WO2007066865A1 PCT/KR2006/002401 KR2006002401W WO2007066865A1 WO 2007066865 A1 WO2007066865 A1 WO 2007066865A1 KR 2006002401 W KR2006002401 W KR 2006002401W WO 2007066865 A1 WO2007066865 A1 WO 2007066865A1
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Suk Hwa Kim
Sung Ho Kim
Hak Kyu Im
Heung Sup Im
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Youn Sung Corporation Ltd.
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47KSANITARY EQUIPMENT NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; TOILET ACCESSORIES
    • A47K10/00Body-drying implements; Toilet paper; Holders therefor
    • A47K10/24Towel dispensers, e.g. for piled-up or folded textile towels; Toilet-paper dispensers; Dispensers for piled-up or folded textile towels provided or not with devices for taking-up soiled towels as far as not mechanically driven
    • A47K10/32Dispensers for paper towels or toilet-paper
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47KSANITARY EQUIPMENT NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; TOILET ACCESSORIES
    • A47K10/00Body-drying implements; Toilet paper; Holders therefor
    • A47K10/24Towel dispensers, e.g. for piled-up or folded textile towels; Toilet-paper dispensers; Dispensers for piled-up or folded textile towels provided or not with devices for taking-up soiled towels as far as not mechanically driven
    • A47K10/32Dispensers for paper towels or toilet-paper
    • A47K2010/3266Wet wipes
    • A47K2010/3273Wet wipes moistened just before use
    • A47K2010/328Wet wipes moistened just before use by spraying

Abstract

The present invention relates to an apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue, which a user can use easily as a water tissue by loading a plurality of compressed tissues and operating a lever and a water pushing portion whenever it's necessary and spraying water on the compressed tissue dropped from a coin holder to discharge externally the compressed tissue in a natural way. For a purpose of it, a base bottom 10 is connected to a spare water container 12 through a base top 11 in a front body 6 and a rear body 9 which are interconnected in a cylindrical shape, a coin upper bed 1, a spring 2, a coin upper bed holder 3 and an E-shaped ring 4 being interconnected in order in a semicircle holding portion 21 of a coin holder base 8 located on the spare water container 12 so that a lever 7 is connected to them, a tube 20 being fitted to a pumping water container 13 which is installed in a center portion of the spare water container 12 and the coin holder base 8, a coin holder 14 of each loading portion where a plurality of compressed tissues are loaded being installed on the periphery of the pumping water container 13, each loading portion of the coin holder 14 being covered with a upper cover 15, a coin case 16 where spare compressed tissues is loaded being positioned in a center portion of the coin holder 14, the coin case 16 being covered with a coin case cover 17.

Description

Description

APPARATUS FOR LOADING AND DISCHARGING A

COMPRESSED TISSUE

Technical Field

[1] The present invention relates to an apparatus for loading and discharging a

compressed tissue, which a user can use easily as a water tissue by loading a plurality of compressed tissues and operating a lever and a water pushing portion whenever it's necessary and spraying water on the compressed tissue dropped from a coin holder to discharge externally the compressed tissue in a natural way.

Background Art

[2] Generally, people drink a beverage in a variety of drink container, or wash their body, for example hands before drinking it. In such cases, they used to wash their body etc. using a handkerchief or tissue, otherwise wash it by water. As a life environment is more complicated recently, they developed and used a water tissue to wash briefly their body. Also, they developed a compressed tissue (in other words, a coin tissue) in order to seek convenience of portability or use.

[3] Because the coin tissue is a clean compressed tissue and a hundred percents of pure natural rayon which is anti-bacteria, pollution-free and completely sanitary, the coin tissue is not only safe for a skin but also resolvable naturally and environment-friendly after use. A method of using the coin tissue is to dip it into a small quantity of water for about five seconds, thereby extend the inflated coin tissue and use it for any required body.

[4] However, a designer of the present invention is planning to develop an assistant means that can add the compressed tissue to a container for drink which is currently in common use in order to use the compressed tissue as a water tissue immediately after eating a drink for the sake of be sanitation and environment. Also, what is needed is an apparatus which can discharge the compressed tissue repeatedly at one place for people to use it easily as a water tissue.

Disclosure of Invention

Technical Problem

[5] An object of the present invention is to provide a rotatable apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue, wherein a user loads a plurality of compressed tissues in the apparatus and drops one of them in a coin holder using a lever and then pushes a water pushing portion to spout water so that the compressed tissue is extended and pushed externally and can be used as a water tissue easily.

Technical Solution [6] In order to achive the object, the present invention is characterized in that a base bottom 10 is connected to a spare water container 12 through a base top 11 in a front body 6 and a rear body 9 which are interconnected in a cylindrical shape; a coin upper bed 1, a spring 2, a coin upper bed holder 3 and an E-shaped ring 4 being interconnected in order in a semicircle holding portion 21 of a coin holder base 8 located on the spare water container 12 so that a lever 7 is connected to them; a tube 20 being fitted to a pumping water container 13 which is installed in a center portion of the spare water container 12 and the coin holder base 8; a coin holder 14 of each loading portion 22 where a plurality of compressed tissues are loaded being installed on the periphery of the pumping water container 13; each loading portion of the coin holder 14 being covered with a upper cover 15; a coin case 16 where spare compressed tissues is loaded being positioned in a center portion of the coin holder 14; the coin case 16 being covered with a coin case cover 17.

Advantageous Effects

[7] The present invention provides a rotatable apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue, wherein a user loads a plurality of compressed tissues in the apparatus and drops one of them in a coin holder using a lever and then pushes a water pushing portion to spout water so that the compressed tissue is extended and pushed externally and can be used as a water tissue easily.

Brief Description of the Drawings

[8] Fig. 1 is a perspective view of the apparatus for loading and discharging a

compressed tissue according to an embodiment of the present invention.

[9] Fig. 2 is a disassembled perspective view to illustrate the apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue according to the present invention.

[10] Fig. 3 and Fig. 4 are a state view and a partial perspective view to illustrate the apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue according to the present invention.

Best Mode for Carrying Out the Invention

[11] In order to achive the object, the present invention is characterized in that a base bottom 10 is connected to a spare water container 12 through a base top 11 in a front body 6 and a rear body 9 which are interconnected in a cylindrical shape; a coin upper bed 1, a spring 2, a coin upper bed holder 3 and an E-shaped ring 4 being interconnected in order in a semicircle holding portion 21 of a coin holder base 8 located on the spare water container 12 so that a lever 7 is connected to them; a tube 20 being fitted to a pumping water container 13 which is installed in a center portion of the spare water container 12 and the coin holder base 8; a coin holder 14 of each loading portion 22 where a plurality of compressed tissues are loaded being installed on the periphery of the pumping water container 13; each loading portion of the coin holder 14 being covered with a upper cover 15; a coin case 16 where spare compressed tissues is loaded being positioned in a center portion of the coin holder 14; the coin case 16 being covered with a coin case cover 17.

Mode for the Invention

[12] Hereinafter, a preferred embodiment of the present invention is described in detail, referring to the attached drawings.

[13] Fig. 1 is a perspective view of the apparatus for loading and discharging a

compressed tissue according to an embodiment of the present invention, and Fig. 2 is a disassembled perspective view to illustrate the apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue according to the present invention. The present invention is an apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue, wherein a plurality of compressed tissues are loaded or stored in each of loading portions 22 of a coin holder 14 installed in the apparatus of the present invention, and a lever 7 and a water pushing portion 18 are operated whenever it's necessary, thereby water is sprayed on the compressed tissue dropped in a semicircle holding portion 21 and the compressed tissue is discharged externally in a natural way so that a user can use the compressed tissue as a water tissue easily.

[14] As shown in Fig. 1, a front body 6 that is provided with a window 5 and a lever 7 and a rear body 9 are interconnected, and a base top 11 is connected to the front body 6 toward a bottom of the front body through a coupling 19 of the front body 6, thereby the lever 7 is operated. Above the front body 6 and the rear body 9 interconnected in such a way, a coin case 16 is connected to a coin case cover 17 with a upper cover 15 connected to the coin holder 14, thereby they are operated as the water pushing portion 18.

[15] As shown in the apparatus in Fig. 2 where the lever 7 and the water pushing portion

18 is operated, a base bottom 10 is connected to a spare water container 12 through the base top 11 in the front body 6 and the rear body 9 which are interconnected in a cylindrical shape. Also, a coin holder base 8 where the semicircle holding portion 21 is formed is lifted up to be installed on the spare water container 12.

[16] A coin upper bed 1, a spring 2, a coin upper bed holder 3 and an E-shaped ring 4 are interconnected in order in the semicircle holding portion 21 of the coin holder base 8 so that the lever 7 is connected to them, thereby the coin upper bed 1 rotates on the semicircle holding portion 21 when the lever 7 is turned to the left. Also, the coin upper bed 1 guides the compressed tissue that is dropped from the coin holder 14 during operation so that a circumferential portion of the compressed tissue is exactly positioned on the semicircle holding portion 21. [17] A tube 20 is fitted to a pumping water container 13 which is installed in a center portion of the spare water container 12 and the coin holder base 8, and water in the pumping water container 13 is sprayed to the compressed tissue on the semicircle holding portion 21 through the tube 20 when pushing the water pushing portion 18. Therefore, the compressed tissue is inflated and expanded in the horizontal direction and is slowly discharged to an outlet of the front body 6. The user has only to pull out the compressed tissue and spread out it in order to use it as the water tissue in any of his body. At this time, extra water that is pumped and dropped from the pumping water container 13 is gathered and collected into the spare water container 12 through its hole.

[18] As mentioned previously, the coin holder 14 in which the plurality of compressed tissues are loaded is installed around a periphery of the pumping water container 13 that is connected to the spare water container 12 and the coin holder base 8. The loading portions 22, where the plurality of compressed tissues that are laid down transversely along the circumference of the coin holder 14 are loaded, are formed in the coin holder 14. By rotating the loading portions 22 of the coin holder 14, remaining amount of the loaded compressed tissues can be seen through the window 5 of the front body. The loading portions 22 of the coin holder 14 can be used conveniently by rotating the loading portions 22 of the compressed tissues that are exhausted.

[19] Accordingly, each of the loading portions 22 of the coin holder 14 where the

plurality of compressed tissues are loaded is covered with the upper cover 15, including the pumping water container 13, which is connected to the spare water container 12 and the coin holder base 8, in the front and rear body (6, 9) of the base top 11. In this condition, the coin case 16 in which a plurality of extra compressed tissues are loaded is positioned in the center of the coin holder 14. The coin case 16 is covered with the coin case cover 17. Convex-concave grooves are formed in the center of the coin case cover 17 so that the user can use easily and conveniently the water tissue, that is inflated and expanded by water, after putting the compressed tissues in.

[20] Fig. 3 and Fig. 4 are a state view and a partial perspective view to illustrate the apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue according to the present invention. Referring to Fig. 3 and Fig. 4, the coin holder 14 is rotatable, and the plurality of compressed tissues are loaded in each of the loading portions 22, and the compressed tissue that is laid down transversely is dropped exactly in the semicircle holding portion 21 of the coin holder base 8 using the lever 7 of the front body 6. Then, if the water pushing portion 18, thereby a head portion of the pumping water container 13 is pushed, water is spouted through the tube 20, and the transverse compressed tissue on the semicircle holding portion 21 is expanded horizontally and is discharged through the outlet of the front body 6, thereby the compressed tissue can be used easily as the water tissue at the exterior of the apparatus of the present invention.

[21] In use of the lever 7, the lever 7 is in situ and usable again after one compressed tissue is dropped from the loading portion 22 of the coin holder 14. Also, the water pushing portion 18 is in situ and usable again after the water pushing portion 18 and the pumping water container is pushed. The pumping water container 13 can be refilled with water after exhausting water in order to reuse it, and the spare water container 12 below the pumping water container 13 can be used in throwing-away and reusing water that is dropped in pumping.

[22] As the occasion demands, by using the lever 7 or the semicircle holding portion 21 of the coin holder base 8, the transverse compressed coins that are in the loading portion 22 of the coin holder 14, along with the compressed coins that are laid down in the loading portion 22 of the coin holder 14, can be dropped in order to use them directly as the water tissue after pumping water in a dish space, without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention. The semicircle holding portion 21 can be used as a dish or plate of a tissue holding portion.

[23] The loading portion of the coin holder can be modified for the transverse

compressed tissues or laid-down compressed tissues to be loaded, thereby the lever of the front body and the tissue holding portion in the apparatus also can be modified. A plurality of compressed tissues can be used as water tissue in case of emergency by a center groove of the coin case cover.

Industrial Applicability

[24] As described previously, the present invention provides a rotatable apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue, wherein a user loads a plurality of compressed tissues in the apparatus and drops one of them in a coin holder using a lever and then pushes a water pushing portion to spout water so that the compressed tissue is extended and pushed externally and can be used as a water tissue easily.

[25] Although a form of the present invention has been described herein, it will be

obvious to those skilled in the art that variations and modifications may be made in the construction and relation of parts without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention described herein.

Sequence Listing

[26] compressed tissue, coin tissue, wet tissue

Claims

Claims
[1] An apparatus for loading and discharging a compressed tissue, characterized in that
a base bottom 10 is connected to a spare water container 12 through a base top 11 in a front body 6 and a rear body 9 which are interconnected in a cylindrical shape,
a coin upper bed 1, a spring 2, a coin upper bed holder 3 and an E -shaped ring 4 being interconnected in order in a semicircle holding portion 21 of a coin holder base 8 installed on the spare water container 12 so that a lever 7 is connected to them,
a tube 20 being fitted to a pumping water container 13 that is installed in a center portion of the spare water container 12 and the coin holder base 8, a coin holder 14 of each loading portion in which a plurality of compressed tissues are loaded being installed on the periphery of the pumping water container 13,
each loading portion of the coin holder 14 being covered with a upper cover 15, a coin case 16 in which spare compressed tissues is loaded being positioned in a center portion of the coin holder 14,
the coin case 16 being covered with a coin case cover 17.
[2] The apparatus as in claim 1, wherein the coin upper bed 1 rotates on the
semicircle holding portion 21 when the lever 7 turns to the left after installation.
[3] The apparatus as in claim 1 or 2, wherein the transverse compressed tissues or laid-down compressed tissues are loaded in the loading portion 22 of the coin holder 14, thereby the lever 7 of the front body 6 and the tissue holding portion in the apparatus are modified for their installation.
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