WO2010023493A1 - Toothbrush with container for toothpastes and the mechanism for dosage - Google Patents

Toothbrush with container for toothpastes and the mechanism for dosage Download PDF

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WO2010023493A1
WO2010023493A1 PCT/HR2009/000027 HR2009000027W WO2010023493A1 WO 2010023493 A1 WO2010023493 A1 WO 2010023493A1 HR 2009000027 W HR2009000027 W HR 2009000027W WO 2010023493 A1 WO2010023493 A1 WO 2010023493A1
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toothbrush
toothpaste
toothpastes
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brushing
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Vedran Stublin
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B11/00Brushes with reservoir or other means for applying substances, e.g. paints, pastes, water
    • A46B11/001Brushes with reservoir or other means for applying substances, e.g. paints, pastes, water with integral reservoirs
    • A46B11/0017Brushes with reservoir or other means for applying substances, e.g. paints, pastes, water with integral reservoirs with pre-pressurised reservoirs, e.g. aerosols
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B11/00Brushes with reservoir or other means for applying substances, e.g. paints, pastes, water
    • A46B11/001Brushes with reservoir or other means for applying substances, e.g. paints, pastes, water with integral reservoirs
    • A46B11/0062Brushes where the reservoir is specifically intended for being refilled when empty
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B2200/00Brushes characterized by their functions, uses or applications
    • A46B2200/10For human or animal care
    • A46B2200/1066Toothbrush for cleaning the teeth or dentures

Abstract

Toothbrush with the toothpaste container and a mechanism for dosage which includes a toothbrush handle 1, neck toothbrush 4 and toothbrush head 3 with the elements of storage and dosing toothpastes, and elements for the implementation of toothpaste from the toothpaste container to the space between the threads for brushing that are located on the toothbrush head 3. Toothbrush head is performed in a way that has opened for output toothpastes 17 in the space between the threads for brushing and a channel for conducting toothpastel5 to the opening of the exit 17. Toothbrush neck was made in a way that includes a channel for the implementation of toothpaste 15 from the toothpaste container 14 to the toothbrush head. Toothbrush handle is performed in a manner that contains toothpaste container 14 and the elements of dosing toothpastes.

Description

TOOTHBRUSH WITH CONTAINER FOR TOOTHPASTES AND THE MECHANISM

FOR DOSAGE

Area to which the invention relates

This invention relates to a toothbrush that has a built-in reservoir for toothpaste and mechanism for dosage and elements for the supply of toothpastes from the reservoir to an area which is located between the threads for brushing, where toothbrush becomes ready for use, and according to international classification (IPC) is classified as: Technical problem

Problem that he wanted to resolve this invention is the unification of toothbrushes and toothpaste containers into a single device, and accelerate the preparation of toothbrushes for use, which includes placing toothpastes on threads for brushing. Condition of technology

To date, the market known for different forms of toothbrushes, hand and electric, and there are also many varieties of container for toothpastes. However, there is no product that would unite these two elements into one. Exposure to the substance of the invention

The primary objective of the invention is a brush for cleaning teeth containing reservoir for toothpaste from which a simple action can squeeze toothpaste in the area between the treads for brushing that are on the toothbrush head, which would toothbrush be quickly and easily ready for use.

The secondary objective of the invention is to facilitate the use of toothbrushes, shorten the preparation time for the use of toothbrushes, to facilitate keeping toothbrushes and toothpastes on the shelves, in the suitcase and the like.

A further objective of the invention is an incentive for children and adults easier to use frequently wash your teeth and thus maintain better oral hygiene.

Additional objectives and advantages of the invention will be shown in the description which follows, and in part will be shown through the use of the invention. Toothbrush with the toothpaste container according to this invention includes a device for cleaning teeth that containing the head with threads for cleaning teeth, and includes a container for storing toothpaste, which is necessary to be able to clean the teeth, elements of dosing and the supply of toothpastes to the threads for brushing and openings in the toothbrush head through which the toothpaste comes out to the brush fibers. Toothpaste container is in the toothbrush handle as an integral part of the toothbrush. Brief description of drawings

The accompanying drawings describe the individual components of the invention and help to explain the basic principles of the invention Figure 1 is the appearance of the invention is shown as a cross-section watching with the side

Figure 2 is the appearance of the end of toothbrush handles with an aperture for filling

Figure 3 is the appearance of a mechanism to push and closing in the active position watching with the side Figure 4 is the appearance of a mechanism to push and closing in the active position watching from above

Figure 5 is the appearance of a mechanism for blocking and for leakage toothpastes

Figure 6 is the appearance of a mechanism for blocking and for leakage toothpastes in inactive position Figure 7 is the appearance of a mechanism for blocking and for leakage toothpastes in the active position

Figure 8 is the appearance of a mechanism to push and closing in the inactive position

Figure 9 is the appearance of the toothbrush head watching from above

A detailed description of at least one of the ways of achieving the invention

Although there are numerous ways in which this invention can be carried out will now be described one way in detail and will be described drawings. It is known that toothbrush can be divided into three main parts, which are the handle, neck and head with threads for cleaning. Toothbrush with container for toothpaste and the mechanism for dosage toothpaste in the area of the head between the threads for cleaning teeth, is specific in that it has within its structure cavity which extends through the handle, neck and head toothbrush and used for storing toothpaste and leakage toothpaste to the treads for cleaning and also contains a mechanism for dosage toothpaste. In Figure 1 shows that the cavity that serves as a reservoir toothpastes 14 extends through the body or the handle of the toothbrush 1, then passes into the neck of toothbrush 4 to become a channel for the supply of toothpaste 15 in the toothbrush head 3 whit threads for brushing 2. Toothbrush head 3 which is used as a working part contains in its central part opening to exit toothpastes 17 in the space between the threads for brushing 2.

Mechanism for dosage toothpastes can be divided into two parts. One part is used for pushing of toothpastes and closing the hole of the toothbrush handle 18, and the second part used to prevent passage or allow passage of toothpaste. These two parts are located in the handle of the toothbrush 1 in a way that its position resembles to the letter T.

Mechanism for pushing of toothpastes serves to push toothpastes and to close the opening for filing 18 on toothbrush handle 1 through which the full toothpaste in toothpaste container 14, it shows a picture 3 and 4. Mechanism for pushing of toothpastes consists of a cap for closing 5, wings for fixation 6 to the toothbrush handle 1, piston for conducting 8 rubber part, which pushes the toothpaste 9 and springs to push the rubber part to push toothpaste 7.

The second part of the mechanism used for prevent passage or allow passage of toothpaste toward the threads for cleaning 2 and is located in the toothbrush handle 1 in the area at the turn of the toothbrush neck 4 in figure 1 is shown as a button to activate 10, while in figure 5 seen in its entirety.

The mechanism used for prevent passage or allow passage of toothpaste seen in figure 5 consists of a button to activate 10,the spring mechanism to restore the initial position 11 and the working piston, which consists of two parts. The first part is a part of the piston which serves to prevent passage of toothpaste 13 and he is widely, a second part is a part of the piston which serves to allow passage of toothpaste 12 and he is narrow. Activation button located on the left side of the toothbrush handle, and course of action of force activation is from left to right.

The principle of these two mechanisms is divided into two parts. The mechanism used for prevent passage or allow passage of toothpaste within the toothbrush is in the initial position, and the position shown in figure 6. In figure 6, which shows the cross-section of toothbrushes in the direction of the toothbrush handle 1 toward to the head of toothbrush 3 is visible part of the toothbrush which prevents the passage of toothpastes 19, and that part is just an extension handle toothbrush 1 which makes one choke within the toothbrush handle 1. In the center of the toothbrush handle 1 at the turn of the toothbrush neck 4 there is a cavity that serves as the passage of toothpastes 16 from the container of toothpastes 14 by channel for the supply of toothpastes 15 which can be seen in figure 7.

The mechanism used for allow passage of toothpaste placed after the filling of toothpaste container 14 and also closes the hole for filling 18. This part has two side wings for fixation 6 which on the pressure slowly sliding and using them to perform fixation for toothbrush handle 1. The toothbrush handle has at the right and left side two slots in which come wings for fixation 6. Wings for fixation 6 are slightly shifting the pressure to allow fixation, and easy removal of parts and opening the handle toothbrush 1 which allows refilling the toothpaste container 14. When the mechanism used for allow passage of toothpaste fixed to the handle of toothbrush 1 toothpaste, which is in the container 14 create a force that pressed rubber part for the suppression 9 and spring for the suppression of rubber parts for the suppression of toothpaste 7.

It is this force that enables rubber part for the suppression of toothpaste 9 suppress toothpaste through the toothpaste aisle 16 toward the channel for the supply of toothpastes 15. Wind power is of the toothbrush handle 1 according to the toothbrush neck 4.

Figure 8 shows the zero position of spring for the suppression of rubber parts 7 and rubber part for the suppression of toothpaste 9, position before activation or before the fixation in the toothbrush handle 1.

Essential part of the mechanism used for allow passage of toothpaste and closing the handle toothbrush 1 is that at a time when the toothpaste container 14 is full springs for the suppression 7 is active and has a tendency to suppression toothpaste comes in initial position or to spread. While the mechanism used for prevent passage or allow passage of toothpaste spring mechanism to restore the initial position 11 located in the zero position, not active, and only the pressure a button to activate it comes to active position where enabled the passage of toothpastes. In this active position spring mechanism to restore 11 has a tendency to return mechanism in the initial position and prevent the passing toothpastes.

In short, when the toothpaste container 14 is full, pressing the button to activate 10 toothpaste passes through the cavity that makes the passage of toothpastes 16 and comes in a channel for the supply of toothpastes 15 and exits through the openings to exit toothpastes 17 and comes between the threads for brushing 2 after which the toothbrush is ready for use. Figure 9 shows the appearance of the head of the toothbrush 3, watching from above and displays open to exit toothpastes 17 and threads for brushing 2. Method of use invention

Derived in this way the invention enables a practical and useful device that can be economically produced and which includes an important departure from the earlier known devices of this type. It is also obvious that this invention can make many modifications and changes in terms of dosing and supply toothpaste from the reservoir to the toothbrush head (working part), and not to touch the essence of the invention, which is storing toothpaste in the handle of the toothbrush and the supply toothpastes in the area of the toothbrush head between threads for brushing.

Claims

1. toothbrush which unites the device for washing teeth with a device for storing toothpaste indicated that it is a toothbrush which containing elements for cleaning teeth, the elements for storing toothpaste and elements for dosing toothpastes.
2. toothbrush that has a constructive head brush whit threads for brushing with the elements to exit toothpastes from the toothbrush head in the area between the threads for brushing indicated that the brush head has an opening between threads for brushing for output toothpastes in the space between the threads for brushing.
3. toothbrush that has a constructive head brush whit threads for brushing and neck toothbrush, with elements of the supply of toothpastes from the container to the hole to exit toothpastes on toothbrush head in the space between the threads for brushing indicated that through the toothbrush head and neck toothbrush extends the channel to supply toothpaste from the toothpaste container to the opening of the exit toothpastes in the area between the threads for brushing.
4. toothbrush with a toothbrush handle that has the elements to save the toothpaste within the toothbrush handle indicated so that the handle toothbrushes performed in a way that has a cavity that makes toothpaste container.
5. toothbrush with a toothbrush handle that has the elements to of dosing indicated that toothpastes contain a mechanism for dosage toothpastes.
6. toothbrush with a toothbrush handle that was opened in part, in order to fill the toothpaste specified time to the end of the handle is an opening for filling.
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US2305158A (en) * 1940-02-07 1942-12-15 Hanses Marguerite Dispensing device
FR929420A (en) * 1946-06-14 1947-12-26 Toothbrush, tank
US2652949A (en) * 1949-10-27 1953-09-22 Fred W Foster Dispenser with spring pressed follower
DE2507980A1 (en) * 1975-02-25 1976-08-26 Rainer Grueninger Combined toothbrush and toothpaste dispenser - has paste forced by hand press along internal channels to base of bristles
GB2350055A (en) * 1999-05-18 2000-11-22 Brian Reece Reservoir toothbrush and spray
WO2003103985A1 (en) * 2002-04-22 2003-12-18 Gordon David C Toothbrush assembly with toothpaste dispenser
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US20050147461A1 (en) * 2003-09-22 2005-07-07 Glover J. S. Dispensing brush
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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2305158A (en) * 1940-02-07 1942-12-15 Hanses Marguerite Dispensing device
FR929420A (en) * 1946-06-14 1947-12-26 Toothbrush, tank
US2652949A (en) * 1949-10-27 1953-09-22 Fred W Foster Dispenser with spring pressed follower
DE2507980A1 (en) * 1975-02-25 1976-08-26 Rainer Grueninger Combined toothbrush and toothpaste dispenser - has paste forced by hand press along internal channels to base of bristles
GB2350055A (en) * 1999-05-18 2000-11-22 Brian Reece Reservoir toothbrush and spray
WO2003103985A1 (en) * 2002-04-22 2003-12-18 Gordon David C Toothbrush assembly with toothpaste dispenser
WO2005030004A1 (en) * 2003-09-22 2005-04-07 Glover Scott J Dispensing brush
US20050147461A1 (en) * 2003-09-22 2005-07-07 Glover J. S. Dispensing brush
US7011467B1 (en) * 2004-12-20 2006-03-14 Fiore The Younger Joseph Oral hygiene kit with dispensing toothbrush

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