WO2016162235A1 - Laundry treatment appliance comprising a discharge line - Google Patents

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WO2016162235A1
WO2016162235A1 PCT/EP2016/056749 EP2016056749W WO2016162235A1 WO 2016162235 A1 WO2016162235 A1 WO 2016162235A1 EP 2016056749 W EP2016056749 W EP 2016056749W WO 2016162235 A1 WO2016162235 A1 WO 2016162235A1
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Kurt Richter
Necdet Patel
Olaf Münch
Jinxin Xu
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BSH Hausgeräte GmbH
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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D06TREATMENT OF TEXTILES OR THE LIKE; LAUNDERING; FLEXIBLE MATERIALS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • D06FLAUNDERING, DRYING, IRONING, PRESSING OR FOLDING TEXTILE ARTICLES
    • D06F39/00Details of washing machines in so far as such details are not special to washing machines of groups D06F21/00 - D06F25/00 or to any particular type of washing machine defined in groups D06F9/00 - D06F19/00 or D06F27/00
    • D06F39/08Liquid supply or discharge arrangements
    • D06F39/083Liquid discharge or recirculation arrangements
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L15/00Washing or rinsing machines for crockery or tableware
    • A47L15/42Details
    • A47L15/4214Water supply, recirculation or discharge arrangements; Devices therefor

Abstract

The present invention relates to a laundry treatment appliance (100) comprising a washing tub (105) and a discharge line (111) for discharging washing liquor from the washing tub (105), wherein the discharge line (111) comprises a first line section (135) and a second line section (137). The laundry treatment appliance (100) comprises a self-supporting guide element (115) for guiding the discharge line (111). The self-supporting guide element (115) comprises a first guide section (117) which is in contact with the first line section (135), and a second guide section (119) which is in contact with the second line section (137). The first guide section (117) and the second guide section (119) are rigidly connected. The self-supporting guide element (115) is designed to hold the first line section (135) in a bent manner in relation to the longitudinal axis (141) of the second line section (137).

Description

Laundry care device with a discharge line

The present invention relates to a laundry care device with a discharge line. When laying a discharge in a laundry care device, the

Deployability of the discharge line by the limited space in the

Laundry care device restricted. In the interior of the laundry care unit, various elements, such as washing drum, drying drum, vibrating elements, electronic components, wiring can be disposed. Particularly, in a laundry care device having a large filling volume of a collision-free transfer of the discharge is limited in the interior of the laundry care appliance by existing elements.

In DE 41 26 771 A1 water piping components are disclosed with a corrugated tube bending hose.

The patent US 5,31 1, 753 shows a drain hose washing machine. The patent application DE 10 2006 030 014 A1 shows a washing machine.

It is the object of the present invention to provide a laundry care device with a

to provide discharge line having a defined direction of the course.

This object is achieved by an article having the features of the

independent claim solved. Advantageous embodiments are subject of the dependent claims, the description and the drawings.

In one aspect the object of the invention is achieved by a laundry care device comprising a tub and a discharge line for discharging wash liquor from the tub, wherein the discharge line comprises a first line portion and a second line section, wherein the laundry care device a

includes cantilevered guide member for guiding the discharge line, wherein the cantilevered guide member comprises a first guide portion which is in contact with the first conduit section, and a second guide portion which is in contact with the second line section, wherein the first

Guide portion and the second guide portion are rigidly connected, and wherein the cantilevered guide member is adapted to hold the first pipe portion is bent relative to a longitudinal axis of the second conduit section.

This technical advantage is achieved that self-supporting through the

Guide member, the discharge can be kept bent, and thus the

Discharge pipe can be laid with a defined direction profile in the laundry care device. This is particularly advantageous when only limited space is available for relocation of the discharge in the interior of the laundry care device at your disposal and the discharge line must therefore be held bent to be relocated to the present in the interior of the laundry care device elements over. For certain elements of the laundry care appliance, such as heaters, it is particularly important that the discharge does not come into contact with these elements since the discharge line may be damaged.

A further advantage of the guide member according to the invention that it is formed as a cantilever guide member which can hold the discharge bent without further fixing elements to the cantilevered guide member are needed to, for example, the cantilevered guide element which

to fix the basic body of the laundry care device. This is particularly advantageous if the discharge pipe in the interior of the laundry care appliance is to be performed, and thus there is no possibility the cantilevered guide element by

to attach fasteners to the body of the laundry care device.

The self-supporting properties of the cantilevered guide member are achieved by the rigid connection of the first guide portion and the second guide portion in the cantilevered guide member. Characterized in that the first guide portion is in contact with the first line section of the discharge line, and in that the second guide portion in contact with the second line section of the

Discharge line is, the first line section of the exhaust duct can not be moved relative to the second line section. Thereby, the first line section is kept bent with respect to the longitudinal axis of the second passage portion through the cantilevered guide element in a certain bending angle. Thus, the rigidity of the discharge is maintained by the cantilevered guide member and the cantilevered guide element can carry the discharge freely without additional fasteners must be used.

Thus, the cantilevered guide element is adapted to obtain the required stiffness of the Abführschlauchs and to provide a fixed attachment of the Abführschlauchs with a defined direction in the course of securing a stable position. Characterized in that the first guide portion and the second guide portion are rigidly connected, is in particular causes the first guide portion and the second guide portion can not be moved towards each other.

Under a laundry care device, a device is understood, which is used for laundry care, such as a washing machine or a tumble dryer. In particular, a household laundry care device is meant by such a laundry care device. which is used in the context of financial management, and is treated with the laundry in small amounts so a laundry care device. In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device the discharge line comprises a plastic, in particular polyethylene, polyamide, polypropylene,

Polytetrafluoroethylene, polyvinyl chloride or mixtures thereof.

This technical advantage is achieved that by the use of plastic a lightweight, dimensionally stable, easy to edit and cost-discharge can be provided. Polypropylene has been found to be particularly advantageous plastic for the production of a discharge, since polypropylene has an advantageous rigidity, hardness and strength. In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device the discharge line is designed as a corrugated pipe or corrugated hose. Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that a corrugated pipe or a corrugated tube provides a flexible discharge line which can be effectively held bent by the cantilevered guide member. Thus, the corrugated pipe or the corrugated tube can be effectively transferred to the interior of the laundry care device. In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the corrugated pipe or the corrugated hose on the outer surface parallel annular protrusions or spiral formations comprises.

Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that has through the parallel annular or spiral formations on the outer surface, the corrugated pipe or the corrugated tube has a sufficient flexibility. Thus, the corrugated pipe or the corrugated tube can be bent effectively held without this resulting in damage of the corrugated tube, or of the corrugated hose. In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the cantilevered guide member comprises a radial positioning rib, the radial positioning rib is inserted into the parallel annular protrusions, or in the spiral-shaped protrusions to move the cantilevered guide element on the corrugated pipe or the corrugated hose.

Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that the introduction of the radial positioning rib of the cantilevered guide member a stable positioning of the cantilevered guide element can be secured to the discharge pipe in the formations of the corrugated pipe or the corrugated hose. Characterized in that the radial

positioning rib engages in the formations the cantilevered guide element can not be moved along the longitudinal axis of the discharge line. Thus, it is ensured that the first guide portion in contact with the first

Line section of the discharge line is, and that the second guide portion is in contact with the second line section of the exhaust duct and thus the first line section relative to the longitudinal axis of the second line section is kept bent. In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the cantilevered guide member with the discharge line is positively or non-positively, in particular a form-fitting, respectively.

Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that a particularly stable fastening is achieved by the form-fitting or force-fitting connection between the cantilevered guide member and the discharge line.

In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the cantilevered guide member comprises a plastic, in particular polyethylene, polyamide, polypropylene, polytetrafluoroethylene, polyvinyl chloride or mixtures thereof.

This technical advantage is achieved that through the use of plastic is a lightweight, dimensionally stable, easy to be processed, stable and

can provide cost-effective free-standing guide element. Polypropylene has proven to be particularly advantageous plastic for the production of cantilevered

Guide member proven since polypropylene has an advantageous rigidity, hardness and strength.

In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device the discharge line comprises a receiving portion, the cantilevered guide member includes an axial

Positioning rib, and the axial positioning rib insertable into the receiving area to move the cantilevered guide element to the drain line.

Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that a stable positioning of the cantilevered guide member is ensured at the discharge line by the introduction of axial positioning rib of the cantilevered guide member in the receiving region of the discharge line. Characterized in that the axial positioning rib in the

Receiving portion engages, the cantilevered guide member may not at the

Surface of the discharge line can be moved in the radial direction. Characterized can not slip the cantilevered guide element to the drain line and the

Discharge can not be twisted. Thus, a stable attachment of the cantilevered guide member is secured to the discharge line. In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the cantilevered guide element comprises a recess to control the discharge.

Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that the user check the surface of the discharge pipe held in the bent state by the recess in the cantilever guide member and may optionally be checked for damage. In addition, a label can be attached to the discharge line. Thus, the installer of the laundry care device can detect the mark through the recess on the surface of the removal line, which is a precise

allows positioning of the cantilevered guide element to the drain line.

In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the cantilevered guide member includes an increase, the increase being peripherally attached to the recess. Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that by increasing, which is peripherally attached to the recess of the cantilevered guide member, the stability of the cantilevered guide member can be optimized in the region of the recess.

In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the cantilevered guide member comprises a rounded boundary edge, in particular several rounded boundary edges.

This technical advantage is achieved that rounded by the

can be attached boundary edge the cantilevered guide member during mounting advantageous to the discharge line. Here, the discharge pipe can be passed through the cantilevered guide element in particular at the rounded boundary edge over.

In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the cantilevered guide member comprises a cavity for receiving the discharge line. Thereby, the technical advantage is achieved that the cavity is designed such that it can absorb the discharge effectively, and thus the cantilever

Guide element can hold the discharge line in a bent state.

In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device the longitudinal axis of the first line section includes with the longitudinal axis of the second pipe section a bending angle, in particular a bending angle between 1 ° and 179 °, a.

Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that the cantilevered guide member may be formed to geometrically, that it can hold the discharge line in a specific bending angle. Depending on the design of the cantilever

Guide member can be covered a large area of ​​the bending angle. A bending angle of 180 ° corresponds to a straight discharge conduit. The cantilevered

Guide element can hold the discharge in only a minimal bent state, which corresponds to a bending angle of about 179 degrees. The cantilevered

Guide element can hold the discharge line in a highly bent condition, so that the discharge pipe forms a U-turn, which corresponds to a bending angle of about 1 °. The cantilevered guide element may further hold the discharge pipe bent in any bending angles between 1 ° and 179 °. In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the cantilevered guide member comprises a support member, said support member is formed to take an item of laundry care device.

Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that by the mounting element, another element of the laundry care device to the cantilevered guide element can be attached. This may be particularly advantageous if other elements of the laundry care appliance are arranged in the vicinity of the guide member. Since the cantilevered guide element self-supporting and without a support stable in

Abführleistung is fixed, the cantilevered guide member may itself as

act fixing anchor for other elements of the laundry care device.

In an advantageous embodiment of the laundry care device, the element of the laundry care device includes a conduit for conducting electrical energy. Thus, the technical advantage is achieved that, by the support member an electrical line to the cantilevered guide element can be secured, whereby the cantilevered guide element due to its intrinsic stability to the drain line itself can serve as attitude.

In one embodiment, the first guide portion includes a lateral relative to its longitudinal axis first opening for inserting the discharge pipe. That means in particular that the first guide portion is not formed closed in itself. That means in particular that the first guide portion is open laterally relative to its longitudinal axis.

Thus, the technical advantage is in particular causes the discharge can be efficiently introduced into the first guide section during assembly. The first guide section is designed in particular spring-elastic, so that the first opening can be changed in their size. That means in particular that by compressing the first guide portion, the size of the first opening is reduced. That means in particular that the first opening by the spring elasticity can be widened. Thus, the discharge can be efficiently introduced into the first guide section. This particular in that the first opening is widened, then the discharge line is introduced into the first guide section, in which case the expansion is completed, so that the first opening receives its original size. The first opening is rounded, for example, by one or more

Boundary edges limited.

In one embodiment, the second guide portion includes a lateral relative to its longitudinal axis second opening for inserting the discharge pipe. That means in particular that the second guide portion is not formed closed in itself. That means in particular that the second guide section to its longitudinal axis is laterally open relative. Thus, the technical advantage is in particular causes the discharge line can be introduced efficiently into the second guide section during assembly.

The second guide portion is formed in particular spring-elastic, so that the second opening can be changed in their size. That means in particular that by compressing the second guide portion, the size of the second opening is reduced. That means in particular that the second opening by the spring elasticity can be widened. Thereby, the discharge can be efficiently introduced into the second guide section. This particular in that the second opening is widened, then the discharge line is introduced into the second guiding portion, in which case the expansion is completed, so that the second opening regains its original size.

The second opening is rounded, for example, by one or more

Boundary edges limited.

In one embodiment, the lateral first opening passes into the second lateral opening so that a through hole is formed. Thus, this through hole extending in particular from the first guide portion to the second guide portion.

Thus, the technical advantage is in particular causes the discharge line can be introduced efficiently into the guide element during assembly.

The through hole can be expanded in a spring-elastic formation of the first and the second guide portion analogous to the first and second aperture or compressed. Please refer to the remarks made accordingly. For inserting the discharge pipe, the through opening is widened, then the discharge line is introduced into the first and into the second guide portion, in which case the expansion is completed, so that the through hole regains its original size.

The through hole is limited, for example, by one or more rounded boundary edges. In one embodiment, the cavity is open laterally relative to a longitudinal axis of the first conduit section and / or relative to a longitudinal axis of the second conduit section. For example, the lateral opening of the cavity is formed by the first and / or by means of the second opening. The lateral opening of the cavity is formed, for example by means of the through hole.

Additional embodiments will be explained with reference to the accompanying drawings. In the drawings: Figure 1 is a schematic view of a laundry care device;.

Figure 2 is a schematic view of a laundry care device comprising a tub and a discharge line. Fig. 3 shows an inventive free-standing guide element; and

Fig. 4 shows an inventive free-standing guide element to a discharge line.

Fig. 1 shows a schematic view of a general laundry care device 100, such as a washing machine. The laundry care device 100 includes a reservoir 101, which is also referred to as a dispensing shell, and can be introduced into the detergent or other liquid substances. The laundry care device 100 includes a door 103 for loading the laundry care device 100 with laundry. Fig. 2 shows an interior view of the laundry care device 100 having a tub 105 for holding washing liquor, and a washing tub 107 for accommodating laundry. The tub 105 includes a discharge opening 109 through which the wash liquor can be discharged from the tub 105 after the completion of the wash cycle. The discharge opening 109 is provided with a discharge pipe 1 1 1 connected through which the effluent from the tub 105 wash liquor can be discharged from the laundry care device 100th The discharge pipe 1 1 1 includes one or more bends 1 13. In a tight space situation in laundry care devices 100, it is crucial that the available space is used efficiently. By using a discharge line with a 1 1 1 1 or more bends 13, the discharge pipe 1 1 1 can be moved flexibly in the interior of the laundry care device 100 and can be passed to other elements in particular.

Fig. 3 shows an inventive free-standing guide element. In order to ensure a bend of a discharge line, the discharge line includes a cantilevered

Guide member 1 15 °.

The cantilevered guide member 1 15 includes a first guide portion 1 17 and a second guide portion 1 19, wherein the two sections in Fig. 3 are separated from each other by a dividing line 121st The first guide portion 17 1 and the second guide portion 1 19 are connected in the cantilever guide member 1 15 rigidly to each other, and can not be moved against each other. The first guide portion 1 17 is in contact with a first line section of the

Discharge line and the second guide portion 1 19 is in contact with a second line section of the discharge pipe, whereby a rigid and stable guiding of the first and the second passage portion is ensured in the exhaust duct. The first and second line section of the discharge line are not shown in Fig. 3.

The cantilevered guide member 1 15 may include a radial positioning rib 123rd With the use of a corrugated pipe or corrugated hose with parallel annular or helical formations as a discharge pipe, the radial positioning rib 123 is inserted into the formations in order to effectively position the cantilevered guide member 1 15 to the surface of the discharge line. This allows the cantilevered

are guide member 1 15 are not displaced along the longitudinal axis of the discharge line.

The cantilevered guide member 1 15 may include an axial positioning rib 125th If the discharge line has a receiving area, the axial positioning rib may be inserted into the receiving portion 125 to move the cantilevered guide member 1 15 to the discharge line. This allows the cantilevered

Guide member 1 15 are not moved on the surface of the removal line in the radial direction and thus can not slip on the surface of the removal line. The cantilevered guide member 1 15 also includes a recess 127 which is surrounded by an increase in 129, wherein the increase is 129 circumferentially attached to the recess 127th The cantilevered guide member 1 15 further comprises a rounded boundary edge 131 which the mounting of the cantilever

1 guide member 15 assures to the discharge line. The cantilevered

Guide member 1 15 may include a plurality of rounded boundary edges 131 which facilitate insertion of the discharge pipe in the cantilevered guide member 1 15 °. The cantilevered guide member 1 15 also includes a cavity 133 for receiving the discharge. Fig. 4 shows an inventive free-standing guide element having a

Discharge. The cantilevered guide member 1 15 is attached to a discharge pipe 1 1 1, comprising a bend 1. 13 The discharge pipe 1 1 1 includes a first pipe section 135 which is connected to the first guide portion 1 17 of the cantilevered guide member is in contact 1 15 °. The discharge pipe 1 1 1 comprises a second line portion 137 which is connected to the second guide portion 1 19 of the cantilevered guide member 1 15 is in contact, wherein the first guide portion is separated 1 17 of the second guide portion 1 19 in Fig. 4 by a dividing line 121st

The cantilevered guide member 1 15 also includes a recess 127 which is surrounded by an increase in 129, wherein the increase is 129 circumferentially attached to the recess 127th The cantilevered guide member 1 15 further includes at least a rounded boundary edge 131 which 1 15 ensures the attachment of the cantilevered guide element to the drain line 1 1. 1 The longitudinal axis 139 of the first line portion 135 of the discharge pipe 1 1 1 with the longitudinal axis 141 of the second line section 137 a bending angle, so that it is clear that the cantilevered guide member 1 15 may be formed to geometrically that the cantilevered guide member 1 15, the drain line 1 1 1 may hold bent in the bending angle.

The advantage of the cantilevered guide member according to the invention 1 15 is compared with conventional hose constructions that can be dispensed arranged on the laundry care device 100 holding the discharge pipe 1 1 1 that holds the discharge pipe 1 1 1 bent in a desired direction. In addition, it is also not compel, to use a mold line in which the desired direction is set by the discharge pipe 1 1 1 itself.

The cantilevered guide member 1 15 of the invention thus allows a defined laying of the discharge pipe 1 1 1 without the use of additional to the laundry care device 100 positioned holders for the discharge pipe 1 1. 1 By the cantilevered guide member 1 15 repeatability of laying the discharge pipe 1 1 1 is secured. The cantilevered guide element 1 15 also provides the most basic version of the unit for assembly processes and thus provides the most cost effective solution.

All explained in connection with particular embodiments of the invention and features shown may be provided in different combinations in the article of the invention, to simultaneously realize their advantageous effects.

The scope of the present invention is given by the claims and is not limited by those explained in the description or shown in FIGS characteristics.

LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS

100 laundry care device

101 Reservoir

103 door

105 tub

107 washing drum

109 discharge opening

1 1 1 discharge pipe

1 bend 13

1 15 Cantilever guide member

1 17 First guide portion

1 19 Second guide portion

121 dividing line

123 Radial positioning rib

Axial positioning rib 125

127 recess

129 increase

131 Rounded boundary edge

133 cavity

135 first line section

137 Second line section

139 longitudinal axis of the first pipe section

141 longitudinal axis of the second conduit portion

Claims

Laundry treating appliance (100) comprising a tub (105) and a discharge line (1 1 1) for discharging wash liquid from the tub (105), wherein the discharge line (1 1 1) a first line section (135) and a second line section (137) includes, characterized in that
the laundry care device (100) comprises a cantilevered guide element (1 15) for guiding the discharge line (1 1 1) that
the cantilevered guide element (1 15) comprises a first guide portion (1 17) which is in contact with the first line section (135), and a second guide portion (1 19), which is in contact with the second line section (137), in which
the first guide portion (1 17) and the second guide portion (19 1) are rigidly connected, and that
the cantilevered guide element (1 15) is formed, the first
Line section (135) relative to the longitudinal axis (141) of the second
Line section (137) is bent to hold.
Laundry care device (100) according to claim 1, characterized in that the discharge line (1 1 1) a plastic, in particular polyethylene, polyamide,
Polypropylene, polytetrafluoroethylene, polyvinyl chloride or mixtures thereof.
Laundry care device (100) according to claim 2, characterized in that the discharge line (1 1 1) as a corrugated pipe or corrugated hose is formed.
Laundry care device (100) according to claim 3, characterized in that the corrugated pipe or the corrugated hose on the outer surface parallel annular
includes protrusions or spiral forms.
5. laundry care device (100) according to claim 4, characterized in that the cantilevered guide element (1 15) comprises a radial positioning rib (123) that the radial positioning rib (123) is insertable into the parallel ring-shaped formations or in the spiral formations to the cantilevered guide element (1 15) on the corrugated pipe or the corrugated hose to
position.
Laundry care device (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the cantilevered guide element (1 15) to the
Discharge line (1 1 1) in a form-locking or force-locking, in particular a form-fitting, respectively. 7. laundry care device (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the cantilevered guide element (1 15) comprises a plastic, in particular polyethylene, polyamide, polypropylene, polytetrafluoroethylene,
Polyvinyl chloride or mixtures thereof.
Laundry care device (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the discharge line (1 1 1) comprises a receiving portion that the cantilevered guide element (1 15) includes an axial positioning rib (125), and that the axial positioning rib (125) in is inserted the receiving area to move the cantilevered guide element (1 15) to the discharge line (1 1 1).
Laundry care device (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the cantilevered guide element (1 15) has a recess (127) for controlling the discharge line comprises (1 1 1).
Laundry care device (100) according to claim 9, characterized in that the cantilevered guide element (1 15) includes a ridge (129), said ridge (129) is attached peripherally to the recess (127). 1 1. laundry care device (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the cantilevered guide element (1 15) a
rounded boundary edge (131).
12. Laundry treating appliance (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the cantilevered guide element (1 15) having a cavity (133) for receiving the discharge pipe (1 1 1).
13. Laundry treating appliance (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the longitudinal axis (139) of the first line section (135) relative to the longitudinal axis (141) of the second line section (137) a bending angle, in particular a bending angle between 1 ° and 179 °, with.
14. Laundry treating appliance (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the cantilevered guide element (1 15)
includes a bracket member, said support member is formed an element of the laundry care device take (100).
15. Laundry treating appliance (100) according to claim 14, characterized in that the item of laundry care device (100) comprises a conduit for conducting electrical energy.
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