Air conditioning device (versions)

FIELD: textile, paper.

SUBSTANCE: air conditioning device includes body of device, comprising suction inlet channel and suction outlet channel for air circulation. Body of device comprises evaporator, capacitor and compressor. Evaporator and compressor are arranged somewhere along air channel, passing from suction inlet channel to suction outlet channel, for dehydration and drying of circulating air. Compressor provides for circulation of coolant via evaporator and capacitor. Device body is formed from multiple separate sections, between which a sealing element is installed continuously between marked lines formed on external surface of device body, to provide for air impermeability of device vessel. Device body includes water reservoir, comprising drain device on its external wall. Drain device drains still water when opened by still water and prevents suction of external air.

EFFECT: creation of device for air conditioning, which does not have a sealing structure between receiving compartment of compressor and its air channel.

9 cl, 15 dwg

 

The present invention relates to a device for air conditioning installed, for example, in a washing machine-tumble dryer drum for conditioning recirculating air.

When used in a washing machine-tumble dryer drum type known device for air conditioning is located in the dead space behind the tank and connected to the channel for circulating air containing intake fan. Intake fan provides the suction of air from the tank into the channel for circulating air and feeding device for air conditioning through its suction inlet channel. In the device for air conditioning the air is dehydrated by the evaporator and is heated by the condenser to become hot and dry air. Then the device for air conditioning manufactures air through its suction outlet in the tank for drying clothes in the rotary drum. This process is repeated as the drying cycle, after cycles of washing and rinsing.

The known device for air conditioning includes a housing which is divided into an air channel and a receiving section of a dividing wall. The air duct includes an evaporator and a condenser and is formed between the suction inlet of Kyalami suction outlet channel. Reception area accommodates the compressor, which pumps the refrigerant through the evaporator and the condenser. Air channel and the receiving section are isolated from each other by a sealing element to ensure their autonomy. This known method disclosed in unexamined Japanese publication patent No. 2008-79861.

However, the creation of such a sealing structure in many positions of the device is expensive, partly because of the complex shape of the device. In addition, a large part of the sealing elements has a shorter service life than the products in which they are used and, therefore, must be replaced, thus increasing operating costs. The evaporator and condenser are in contact at their ends with the receiving Department to ensure connections to the compressor. This is the reason that sealing elements, which are used around the ends of the evaporator and condenser, wear out quickly especially under the influence of heat radiated by them. Another problem is that the air channel and the receiving Department cannot use the same drain system, because they are isolated from each other by the sealing element.

The aim of the present invention is to provide a device for air conditioning, not keusahawanan design between the admission Department of the compressor and the air channel, where are the evaporator and the condenser, thus reducing both the cost of production, and operating costs.

Device for air-conditioning in accordance with the present invention includes a housing containing a suction inlet port and a suction outlet for air circulation, and the body contains the evaporator and condenser are located somewhere along the air channel passing from the suction inlet channel to the suction of the exhaust channel, and the evaporator dehydrates the circulating air and the condenser circulating dry air, and a compressor for circulating refrigerant through the evaporator and the condenser, in which the housing is made of many separate parts, and between the individual areas has continuously sealing element between the marked lines that are formed on the outer surface of the housing device, to ensure the air permeance of the device, and the device includes a water tank containing a discharge device on its outer wall, and drain valve drain standing water when you open standing water and prevents the suction of external air.

The design of the evaporator and the condenser, the refrigerant is fed by a compressor applied for the I suction force to the suction outlet channel and, therefore, the suction inlet port of the device through the air channel. As a result, air flow is generated from the suction inlet channel into the suction inlet channel via the air channel. Recirculating air is dehydrated by the evaporator and is heated by the condenser, located somewhere along the air channel, thus, is continuously fed in the form of hot dry air. The housing is made of many separate parts, in which the sealing element is located between the marked lines formed on the outer surface of the device, to ensure the air permeance of the device. When this simple sealing structure, although the air duct passing from the suction inlet channel to the suction outlet channel is connected with the admission Department of the compressor, the function of circulation, dehydration and heat the intake air can be provided through the protection of the admissions Department, which is vozduhoplavateley in the penalization of the suction effect. In case of a sudden melt water connection between the air channel and the receiving Department provides an open drain device, formed in the water tank of the device, standing water on the I of its release. This provides a supply of circulating air for heat transfer and its release at preventing suction of external air.

The device for air-conditioning in accordance with the present invention is made of many individual plots for separation between the air channel and the reception Department of the compressor without the use of sealing designs. On separate sections of the sealing element is continuously established between the marked lines that are formed on the outer surface of the shell to provide air permeance of the device.

The device includes a water tank containing a valve device on its outer wall, and the valve device drain standing water when you open standing water and prevents the suction of external air.

When this structure in the evaporator and the condenser, the refrigerant is supplied by the compressor for the application of suction force to the suction outlet channel and, consequently, to the suction inlet port of the device through the air channel. As a result, air flow is generated from the suction inlet channel into the suction inlet channel via the air channel. Recirculating air is dehydrated by the evaporator and is heated by the condenser, located somewhere along the air channel, thus, is continuously fed in the form of hot dry air. The housing is made from many individual plots for separation between the air channel and the reception Department of the compressor without the use of sealing designs. On separate sections of the sealing element is located between the marked lines formed on the outer surface of the device, to ensure the air permeance of the device. Although air channel passing from the suction inlet channel to the suction outlet channel is connected with the admission Department of the compressor, emergency room protected from the influence of the suction effect is partly due to the effect of separation to ensure the function of circulation, dehydration and heat the intake air. In case of a sudden melt water connection between the air channel and the receiving Department provides an open drain device, formed in the water tank of the device, stagnant water for its release. This provides a supply of circulating air for heat transfer and its release at preventing suction of external air.

The device for air-conditioning in accordance with the present invention can be made of two separate parts. This design is tion has another advantage, consisting in reducing the number of elements and sealing elements, as well as man-hours for Assembly.

A valving device for air-conditioning in accordance with the present invention includes a drain hole on the outer wall of the water tank and the stop valve for closing the drain hole from the outside under the action of the suction force from the inner part of the device.

With this construction the stop valve closes the drain hole formed on the outer wall of the water tank, only during operation of the device for air conditioning when the suction force applied from the device for hermetic sealing of the device from passing outside air, thus maintaining the function of the device for air conditioning. In the case of a large number of melt water, on the other hand, the stop valve is opened by pushing for water drainage. Without closing during idle stop valve can be made in the form of a flapper valve without closing function.

The device in accordance with the present invention has essentially the shape of a rectangular parallelepiped with a suction inlet channel in the rear part of the ceiling at one end and suction in the exhaust channel on the end wall at the other end in the longitudinal direction of the device. The compressor is placed in the receiving Department in the position of the front of the device. The receiving compartment and the air duct are separated from each other by a dividing wall running from separate parts forming the device, and an air channel passes to the back side and another end side of the housing of the device. The device includes a heat transfer area between the dividing wall and end wall, facing each other in the longitudinal direction of the device, and the heat transfer area is divided into the suction inlet side and the suction outlet side, which are the evaporator and condenser, respectively, and the evaporator and condenser together form the heat exchanger. Suction inlet channel is open upward and is located above the ceiling area of heat transfer of the device, when viewed in the plane has the form, passing from the rear side of the receiving compartment to the rear area on one side, passing from the zone of heat exchange air duct to the rear of the reception area on one side of the device. The air duct includes a vertical curved zone, continuously passing from the lower holes of the suction inlet port to the rear area on one side for directing the circulating air is and down, and extended up the back area formed by extending the suction inlet side of the heat exchange zone up from the suction inlet channel to the other end side of the housing of the device at a height below the suction inlet of the channel.

This design generates heat the fluid passing essentially uniformly over almost the entire area of the evaporator and condenser from the rear side toward the front.

A valving device for air-conditioning in accordance with the present invention is in the lower part of the reception Department of the compressor and in the lower part of the air channel, thus performing the function of the water tank. This design provides a connection admission office of the compressor and the air channel with each other without the use of sealing designs. If a sudden thaw, the water goes from the air channel into the receiving compartment and cannot be executed discharge of the air channel due to the difference in height between the air channel and the reception Department, discharge can be performed in the ed with a valve device, which provides the action of the suction force in the air channel, and the receiving Department.

Hereinafter the invention is explained in more detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

F is 1 - side view of the device for air-conditioning in accordance with the embodiment of the present invention, which is installed in the washing-drying machine of the drum type.

2 is a rear view of the device for air-conditioning.

Figure 3 is a view in section of the device fan for air conditioning, on which the device for air conditioning is connected with a blower fan.

4 is a view in section of the admissions Department of the compressor and the rear area on one end side of the air channel, which is separate from the admissions Department of a device for air-conditioning.

5 is a view in section of the zone of heat exchange device for air-conditioning.

6 is a top view of the device for air conditioning when you remove the top of a separate section of the device.

Fig.7 is a perspective view of the device for air conditioning, if you look at the angle on the area depicted in Fig.6.

Fig is an external perspective view of the device for air conditioning when viewed from the front side.

Fig.9 is an external top view of the device for air conditioning when viewed from above.

Figure 10 is a top view of the bottom of a separate section of the device for air-conditioning.

11 is a perspective view nignog the individual parcel, illustrated in figure 10.

Fig is a bottom view of the top of a separate section of the device for air-conditioning.

Fig is a perspective view of the compressor unit for air-conditioning, attached elastic Foundation.

Fig is a partial perspective view of the device for air conditioning, if you look at an angle from the top side to the suction inlet of the channel area, is illustrated in Fig.6.

Fig - side view of the device for air conditioning, if you look from the admissions Department.

Device for air-conditioning in accordance with the present invention will be described in the following embodiment with reference to figure 1-15. It should be noted that this alternative implementation is only an example of the present invention and does not limit the scope of the claims.

1 and 2 depict a device 39 for air-conditioning in accordance with the embodiment of the present invention, which is installed in the washing-drying machine 1 drum type. Washing-drying machine 1 includes a housing 44, the tank 3 and the rotating drum 2. Tank 3 is supported in free oscillations neprogruntovannye suspension devices, and contains on its front side hole is ment 11 for loading/unloading, leading to the open end of the rotating drum 2. Rotary drum 2 has a cylindrical shape with a bottom and is located in the tank 3 so that the axial direction of the drum 2 is held at an angle downward from the front side to the rear side of the tank 3. The housing 44 washing and drying machine includes an inclined upward surface of its front opening with a door 9. Through the door 9 and the hole 11 for loading/unloading the user can load and unload clothes from the rotating drum 2. The door 9, which is located on a sloping upwards to the surface, allows the user to load and unload clothes, not bending.

Rotary drum 2 has on its peripheral surface a large number of through holes 8 that connects to the tank 3, and, in addition, contains on its inner peripheral surface protrusions for mixing (not shown). Rotary drum 2 rotates in forward and reverse directions by the motor 7 is attached to the tank 3. Tank 3 is connected with the pipe 12 for supplying water and a drain pipe 13 for the supply and discharge of water to and from the tank 3 through the control neprogruntovannye water-feeding valve and drain valve.

The user loads the linen through the door 9, puts detergent in a rotating drum and controls the panel 66 of management, which offers the wife, for example, in the upper part of the front surface of the washing-drying machine 1. In the result, the work begins running Board 67 control inside the panel 66 of the control. Then served a specified amount of water into the tank 3 through the pipe 12 for supplying water, and the rotating drum 2 starts to rotate under the action of the electric motor 7 to perform a wash cycle. During rotation of the clothes in rotary drum 2 is mixed by repeated lifting in the direction of rotation projections for mixing, formed on the inner wall of the rotating drum 2, and is lowered to the appropriate height. Thus, the linen is washed by percussion. After a predetermined time of the washing water used for washing drained through the drain pipe 13, and linen is dried at a high speed of rotation of the rotating drum 2. After that, water for rinsing is supplied through a pipe 12 for supplying water to the tank 3 to the rinse cycle. During the rinse cycle of the clothes in the rotary drum 12 is also mixed by repeated lifting and lowering with projections for mixing during rotation of the rotating drum.

Washing-drying machine 1 drum-type has the function of drying clothes, placed in a rotating drum 2. To perform this function, as is isano above, washing-drying machine 1 includes a device 39 for air conditioning and channel 5 for circulating air through which the air from the tank 3 is sucked into the device 39 for air conditioning for dehydration and heat and then returns in the form of hot dry air into the tank 3. Washing-drying machine 1 includes an intake fan 15 on the downstream side of the device 39 for air conditioning in the channel 5 for circulating air.

Rotation of the delivery fan 15 creates an air flow in the channel 5 for circulating air, so humid air in the rotary drum 2 containing linen, is discharged from the tank 3 through the through holes 8 in the pipe 16 to the inlet of the circulating air, which passes to the discharge fan 15. Humid air is then fed into the air channel 393 device 39 for air conditioning through its suction inlet channel 391. The device 39 for air conditioning is located (e.g., directly connected) on the upstream side discharge fan 15 and includes the evaporator 31 and the condenser 32, located somewhere along the air channel. Humid air is converted into hot dry air through a dehydrating evaporator 31, which condenses the water is C air and then heats up as a result of heat exchange with the condenser 32. Hot dry air is drawn from the device 39 for air conditioning through its suction outlet 392 in the discharge fan 15 and is supplied to the tank 3 through the coolant tube 33. Hot dry air filed in tank 3 and then into the rotating drum 2 through the through hole 8 is sucked into the tank 3 when applying for underwear, such as clothing, and then absorbed into the pipe 16 to the inlet of the circulating air. This circulation of air through the channel 5 for circulating air repeats as the drying cycle.

During the drying cycle using channel 5 for circulating air circulating through the channel 5 for circulating air may contain foreign material, such as fluff, clothing, or other items of lingerie. This foreign material can cause problems during the drying cycle, such as clogging of the evaporator 31 and condenser 32, blockage in the rotating part of the discharge of the fan 15 and accumulation on the inner surface of the discharge of the fan 15, thus creating problems in the service. To prevent such problems channel 5 for circulating air includes a compartment for a filter containing a filter 35 for removing foreign material from the circulating air somewhere along the tube 16 to the inlet of the circulating air, the more concr the IDT on the upstream side of the evaporator 31, capacitor 32 and the discharge of the fan 15. Even if after drying the air containing foreign material is sucked into the tube 16 to the inlet of the circulating air passing to the evaporator 31, foreign material trapped by the filter 35 by passing through the compartment 36 to the filter, thus preventing contact with the circulating air passing down the stream. In the result of the function of the evaporator 31 and the condenser 32 and the discharge of the fan 15 is provided in the long term. On the other hand, the filter 35 in compartment 36 for the filter accumulates foreign material, gradually increasing the resistance of the air channel, thus decreasing the function of drying. Therefore, the filter 35 is designed for pickup, as conventional filters. The device 39 for air conditioning and intake fan 15 connected therewith, together form the device 81 of the fan for air conditioning for use as a stand-alone item, but it is not the only possible design.

The device 39 for air-conditioning includes a housing 38 of the device in which the evaporator 31, generating the condensation water in the form of dew, and the capacitor 32 together form a heat exchanger 395. The housing 38 of the device includes a container 63 for condensation water in the form of dew. Capacity 63 RA is placed in the zone, used for dewatering in the lower part of the housing 38 of the device, and is connected with a drain pipe 65, containing a bilge pump 64. Bilge pump 64 provides the respective discharge based on water levels measured neprogruntovannye the water level sensor. The heat exchanger 395 is in the lowest position of channel 5 for circulating air in preparation for what captured the condensation water in the form of dew can reach another part of the channel 5 for circulating air, when a strong increase in water level caused by the broken sink.

Assume that the device 39 for air conditioning, which can be used in various devices, will contain fewer elements, including replacement parts, and will require less man-hours for Assembly to reduce the size of the device, which is inserted into the device 39 for air conditioning, the prices of industrial products, scope of work, maintenance, and operating costs.

Figure 3 depicts a view in section of the device 81 of the fan for air conditioning, in which the device 39 for air conditioning is connected with the blower fan 15. Figure 4 depicts a view in section of the admissions Department 394 compressor 37 and the rear area 383a on one end side of the airbag is on channel 393, which is separated from the admissions Department 394 device 39 for air-conditioning. Figure 5 depicts a view in section of the zone 345 heat exchange device 39 for air-conditioning. 6 depicts a top view of the device 39 for air-conditioning with remote top separate section 381 of the housing 38 of the device. 7 depicts a perspective view of the device 39 for air conditioning, if you look at the angle on the area, is illustrated in Fig.6.

Figure 3-7 device 39 for air-conditioning includes a housing 38 of the device with the suction inlet port 391 suction and discharge channel 392. The housing 38 of the device includes a heat exchanger 395 and the compressor 37. The heat exchanger 395 includes respectively the evaporator 31 and the condenser 32 for dehydration and heat the circulating air. The evaporator 31 and the condenser 32 is situated somewhere between the suction inlet channel 391 and suction outlet channel 392 in the air duct 393, included in the housing 38 of the device. The compressor 37 circulates refrigerant through the heat exchanger 395. The housing 38 of the device consists of many separate parts, i.e. upper and lower separate sections 381 and 382, between which continuously installed sealing element 384 between the marked lines 383 formed on vneshnepolitcheskih housing 38 of the device to ensure the air permeance of the housing 38 of the device. In the housing 38 of the device the water tank, which is usually performed as specified above capacity 63, contains on its outer wall drain unit 101, which opens stagnant water for its production, and can prevent the suction of external air (see figure 4 and 5).

Thus, between the upper and lower separate sections 381 and 382, together forming the housing 38 of the device inserted sealing element 384 between the marked lines 383 formed on the outer surface of the housing 38 of the device, to ensure the air permeance of the housing 38 of the device. When such a simple sealing structure, although the air channel 393 passing from the suction inlet channel 391 to the suction outlet channel 392 is connected to the reception Department 394 compressor 37, functions, circulation, dehydration and heat the intake air can be ensured by protecting the admissions Department 394, which is vozduhoplavateley, from penalization of the suction effect. In the case of sudden formation of melt water, the connection between the air channel 393 and admission Department 394 provides an open drain device, formed on the container 63 of housing 38 of the device, standing water to drain it. This provides a supply of circulating air for heat transfer and its release when s is ecotradenet suction of external air.

This design can reduce the number of sealing provisions in comparison with the known devices for air conditioning, thus reducing the number of items, including replacement parts and man-hours for Assembly and, therefore, both production and operating costs. When the body 38 of the device consists of only two, that is, upper and lower, individual sections 381 and 382, as in the present invention, the number of elements and sealing elements and man-hours for Assembly can be further reduced.

Although air channel 393 is connected with the receiving Department 394, which are separated from each other, the absence of a sealing structure between them protects receiving section 391 from the influence of the suction effect is partly due to the effect of separation to maintain the functions of circulation, dehydration and heat the intake air, thereby increasing the efficiency of the device 39 for air-conditioning. Air channel 393 and receiving section 394 separated by a dividing section 386, which is formed by contact of the upper and lower partition walls 386a and 386b to each other. The upper and lower dividing wall 386a and 386b made as one piece with the upper and lower separate sections 381 and 382, respectively. So about the time, the housing 38 of the device, which has a complicated form that contains the receiving section 394 and air channel 393, separated from each other, are made only from two sites. Alternatively, however, the upper and lower dividing wall 386a and 386b can be replaced with a single dividing wall, which is made as one unit with one of the upper or lower separated sections 381 and 382, for the formation of the separation section 386.

Valve device 101 consists of the drain hole 101a formed on the outer wall of the water tank, such as tank 63 and the stop valve 101b, which closes the drain hole 101a from the outside under the action of the suction force from the housing 38 of the device. The stop valve 101b closes the drain hole 101a only during operation of the device 39 for air conditioning when the suction force acts from the housing 39 of the device for hermetic sealing of the housing 38 of the device from passing outside air, thereby providing the functions of the device 39 for air-conditioning. In the case of the formation of large amounts of meltwater on the other hand, the stop valve 101b opens under the weight of the water for its release. Without closing during idle time, the stop valve 101b may be made in the form of simple adidng the valve without function closing (see figure 4 and 5). More specifically, when the stop valve 101b made of a rubber element, you can hook 101c, molded as one piece with the rubber element on its upper end, and an elastic insert hook 101c in the installation hole 101d formed in the upper part of the drain hole 101a. Even when the operation of closing and opening, corresponding to the operations of suction and release, often repeated, stroke is small enough not to cause fatigue, so it rarely becomes a replaceable item requiring maintenance.

In this embodiment, as the heat exchanger 395 includes capacity 63, emergency room 394 includes a valve device 101, as the capacity of 396 for water in its lower part. Valve device 101 is installed to prepare for the occasion, when the sudden formation of melt water reaches the admissions Department 394 due to the connection between the air channel 393 and admission Department 394. Valve device 101 provides discharge from the admissions Department 394, when the capacity of the air channel 63 393 cannot accommodate melt water, which reached the admissions Department 394 due to the difference of heights between the air channel 393 and admission Department 394.

Fig depicts an external perspective view of the device 39 for air conditioning, if the watch from the front side. Fig.9 depicts the external top view of the device 39 for air-conditioning, when viewed from above. On Fig and 9, the housing 38 of the device has essentially the shape of a rectangular parallelepiped that contains the suction inlet channel 391 in the rear part of the ceiling at one end and a suction outlet 392 on the end wall at the other end in its longitudinal direction. The compressor 37 is located in the receiving compartment 394, which is located in the front position on one side of the housing 38 of the device. Receiving section 394 and air channel 393, which runs to the rear side and another end side of the housing 38 of the device, separated from each other or upper and lower dividing walls 386a and 386b, passing from the upper and lower separate sections 391 and 382, respectively, of the housing 38 of the device for the formation of the separation section 386, or dividing wall extending from one of the upper and lower separate sections 381 and 382 (see Fig.7). The evaporator 31 and the condenser 32 are located on the suction inlet side and a suction exhaust side, respectively, of the zone 393a heat transfer, and these sides are separated from each other. Area 393a heat exchange is located between the separation section 386 and end wall, facing each other in the longitudinal direction of the housing 38 of the device. Suction is Mering inlet channel 391 opened up and is above the ceiling area 393a of the heat exchange housing 38 of the device. As shown in figure 4 and 7, when viewed in plane, the suction inlet channel 391 has the form, passing from the rear side of the receiving branch 394 to the rear area 393b on one side without considering the space on the outer side of the housing 38 of the device. Rear area 393b on one end side passes from zone 393a of the heat exchange air duct 393 to the rear side of the receiving branch 394 on one end side of the housing 38 of the device.

Air channel 393 includes a vertical curvilinear zone 393c and extended up the back area 303d. Vertical curved area 393c smoothly passes from the lower holes of the suction inlet channel 391 to the rear area 393b on one side for directing the circulating air down. Extended up the back area 393d performed by extending the suction inlet side and the back side of the zone 393a heat up from the suction inlet channel 391 to the other end side of the housing 38 of the device at a height below the suction inlet channel 391.

As described above, the air channel 393 passes between the suction inlet channel 391 in the rear part of the ceiling at one end of the housing 38 of the suction device and the exhaust channel 392 on the end wall at the other end in its longitudinal direction. Air channel 393 is, essentially, su is th length of the body 36 of the device in the longitudinal direction except for the admissions Department 394, which is separated from the air channel 393 dividing section 386, for placing the compressor 37 in position in front on one side of the housing 38 of the device. Recirculating air evenly sucked through the suction inlet port 391, subjected to heat exchange by the heat exchanger 395 and is available through the suction outlet 392 in the air channel 393. In the air duct 393, as shown by arrows 7, recirculating air supplied through the suction inlet port 391, taken in the rear area 393b on one side and extended up the back area 393d. Rear area 393b on one side removed to one end side of the housing 38 of the device from the zone 393a heat exchange about the admissions Department 394, and extended up the back area 393d removed in the direction indicated by the rear part of the zone 393a heat transfer. Circulating air flow, so adopted, are connected to the suction inlet side, which is the rear side of the zone 393a heat transfer, thus forming a heat-exchange fluid medium flowing evenly through almost the entire area of the evaporator 31 and the condenser 32 from the rear side to the front side. Even the passage of heat exchange fluid can be achieved in part by using a filling effect due to the same resistance from the air duct between the evaporator 31 and the condenser heat exchanger 32 395 in the area 393a heat transfer. This ensures a high efficiency of heat transfer and, consequently, high efficiency air-conditioning.

As described above, in the air duct 393, when viewed in plane, the suction inlet channel has a shape extending from the rear side of the receiving branch 394, containing the compressor 37 to the rear area 393b on one end side, so that the amount of circulating air can be increased. Although this design narrows down the air flow in the rear area 393b on one end side, having a smaller width from the front side to the rear side than the suction inlet port 391, recirculating air is applied evenly guide the vertical curved area 393c in the rear part of the suction inlet side zone 393a heat without breaking or pressure drop. In addition, the air is much easier due to narrowing downward through the suction inlet channel 391 on the side extended up the rear area 393d, passing to the other end side of the housing 38 of the device. This provides a more uniform distribution of the circulating air supplied to the air channel 393, on the back of the suction surface 395a heat exchanger 395, thereby further increasing the efficiency of heat transfer. In the vertical curvilinear zone 393c, campocatino figure 4, the flow of submitted air curves for centrifugation of water removed from the clothes, and the remainder of the detergent or softener tissue that may remain in the air. Furthermore, filed the air is subjected to separation under the action of the shock load in the gap 393c1 depicted by the dashed line, which is formed to prevent interference between the submitted air and the upper end of the compressor 37.

As shown in Fig.4-7, above the tank 63 is made in the form of pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger for receiving heat exchanger 395. Pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger has the shape of an upward-bowl, which coincides with the rectangular shape of the heat exchanger 395 in the area 393a heat transfer, when viewed in plane. The heat exchanger 395, which is located and held by the pallet 393a1 for the heat exchanger is a device formed by combining the evaporator 31 and the condenser 32, both of which include ribs 395c, with small gaps formed by the action of heat (not shown). The gaps formed by the action of heat, can reduce heat transfer from the condenser 32 to the evaporator 31 to some extent, which prevents the build-up of frost or ice in the evaporator 31 and the frost melts with increasing temperature of the refrigerant, even when outside air is cold, thus ensuring you will fetter the efficiency of drying. This can eliminate the insulating space, which is typically formed between the evaporator 31 and the condenser 32, to reduce the installation space, thus reducing the amount of air passing through the bypass channel, due to the gap in the insulating space, passing to the suction side of the exhaust channel 392. As a result, effective area is maximized, thus increasing the efficiency of heat transfer and drying efficiency and reduces noise when drying.

In addition, the heat exchanger 395 is located at an angle to the horizontal direction of the housing 38 of the device, as shown in Fig.6 and 7. This reduces the distance between the rear suction surface 395c and rear suction inlet side zone 393a heat transfer, which are facing each other, on the side of the rear zone 393b on one side leading to the suction inlet port 391, toward the other end wall of the housing 38 of the device. Thus, when the zone 393a heat transfer is in the direction “A” figure 6 to minimize the distance from the rear area 393b on one end side of the suction exhaust channel 392, the angle θ of inclination of the ribs 395c of the heat exchanger 395 relative to the direction “A” may be smaller compared with the case where the heat exchanger 395 is located in predolin the m direction of the housing 38 of the device. The decrease in the angle θ of inclination decreases the resistance of ventilation to equalize the distribution of air passing through the heat exchanger 395. This ensures higher efficiency of dehydration and heat resulting in an increase in drying efficiency and noise reduction.

Preferably, the heat exchanger 395 was located as close as possible to the direction “A” to minimize the distance from the rear area 393b on one end side of the suction exhaust channel 392 in the area 393a heat transfer.

Figure 10 depicts a top view of the bottom of a separate section 382 of the housing 38 of the device 39 for air-conditioning. 11 depicts a perspective view of the bottom of a separate section 382 figure 10. Figure 10 and 11 area 393a heat formed in the lower housing 38 of the device so that the pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger and side 393a2 the suction outlet of the heat exchanger 395, which is held by the pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger as containers 63 are lower in height than the suction inlet side of the heat exchanger 395. Receiving section 394 is much lower capacity 63 figure 4. This design provides the location of the compressor 37 in the lower position of the lower shell 38 of the device and makes it the center of gravity lower.

Pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger directly to the public accommodates the heat exchanger 395 without placing the filter between them, as shown in figure 3. Pallet 393a1 for a heat exchanger includes a tray 21 for draining condensation water in the form of dew and the tray 23 for draining the separated water, which are separated from each other by a dividing wall 28. The pallet 21 to drain condensation water in the form of dew holds the evaporator 31, and the tray 23 for draining separated water holds the condenser heat exchanger 32 395. More specifically, the pallet 21 to drain condensation water in the form of dew accepts and drain the condensation water in the form of dew, formed by the evaporator 31. The tray 23 for draining separated water takes and discharges water that is removed from linen and is contained in the circulating air, or the residue of detergent or softener tissue that may fall into the circulation system, before they pass through the heat exchanger 395. The pallet 21 to drain condensation water in the form of dew contains a drain hole 22, and the water and debris accumulated on the pallet 23 for draining separated water, are discharged through the pallet 21 to drain condensation water in the form of dew.

The water in the circulating air can be removed in the form of condensation water in the form of dew when passing through the evaporator 31 and merged with the pallet 21 to drain condensation water in the form of dew without problems. On the other hand, the viscous residue detergent or fabric softener in the penetration of circulating air can narrow or clog the air is anal in the heat exchanger 395 or discharge fan 15 or increase the resistance to rotation of the discharge of the fan 15. To prevent this, is the separation of vaporous fluid, so the water before it enters the heat exchanger 395 may be merged with the pan 23 for draining the separated water through the pallet 21 to drain condensation water in the form of dew without application of load to the bilge pump 64. The water separated by the separation of vaporous fluid includes water contained in the circulating air. Water dissolves and washes away the residue of viscous detergent or fabric softener, separated by separating vaporous fluid, thus reducing the load on the bilge pump 64.

To perform the separation of vaporous fluid suction inlet side zone 393a heat exchange includes a shelf 24 and the inclined section 25 on the bottom of a separate section 382 of the housing 38 of the device. Shelf 24 runs essentially horizontally from the back wall toward the front side of the housing 38 of the device for a single admission of air that passes, as described below, the position in the direction of the height of the heat exchanger 395, as shown in figure 4, 5 and 7, and then for directing air toward the heat exchanger 395. Air passes from the suction inlet channel 391, including the rear area 393b on one side and extended up the back area 393d, down between the rear of the suction surface is 395a heat exchanger 395 and the rear wall of the housing 38 of the device. The inclined section 25 is held at an angle down between the shelf 24 and the tray 393a1 for heat exchanger for directing intake air coming from the shelf 24 to pass through the entire surface of the rear suction surface 395a heat exchanger 395 placed on the pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger.

As a result, the air lodged in the air channel 393, is directed to the heat exchanger 395 through collision with shelf 24, while it goes down towards the heat exchanger 395 from the suction inlet channel 391 and extended up the rear area 393d. This collision may separate the moisture which is removed from linen and is contained in the intake air, or the residue of detergent or fabric softener, which can get into the circulation system from the intake air. As the separated water and the residue of detergent or fabric softener is moved along the shelf 24 with the air passing in the direction of the inclined section 25, and fall on him. More specifically, when the flushing of the remainder of the binder detergent or fabric softener separated water is forcibly pushed to the inclined section 25 and then drops him down with air, and under the action of gravitational effects. Separated water and other substances that fall from the inclined section 25, are blocked by the rib 26, as shown at F. g and 11, under a sloped section 25 for directions to the connecting channel 27, as shown in figure 3 and 11, passing to the pallet 23 for draining separated water, thus, served in the pan 23 for draining separated water on one side, i.e. the side of the reception area 394.

On the other hand, the entire bottom of the tank 63, which is formed from the tray 393a1 for heat exchanger and the suction inlet side of 393a2 is lower toward the drain hole 22 of the tray 21 for draining condensation water in the form of dew. In addition, the pallet 23 for draining separated water contains a small connecting section 29a on the dividing wall 29 facing the suction exhaust side 393a2, and a small connecting section 28a on the dividing wall 28 facing the pallet 21 to drain condensation water in the form of dew. In the separated water and other substances that have been in the pallet 21 to drain condensation water in the form of dew, pass through the connecting section 28a to reach the drain hole 22 of the tray 21 for draining condensation water in the form of dew. If water is spilled or accumulated on the suction exhaust side 393a2 due to, for example, faulty bilge pump 64 connected with the drain hole 22, the water passes into the sump 23 for draining the separated water through the connecting section 29a, and then in the don 21 for draining condensation water in the form of dew through the connecting section 28a to reach the drain hole 22.

The heat exchanger 395 is located on the pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger without a filter. In accordance with this condition, the connecting sections 28a and 29a are made with a large enough size to pass water, but not lint or residue viscous detergent or fabric softener, which can get into the circulating air. Similarly, the connecting sections 41 and separating the tabs 42 are located somewhere along a canal leading to the pallet 21 to drain condensation water in the form of dew and the pallet 23 for draining the separated water to lock down and residue of detergent or fabric softener. The amount of fluff that is captured in the connecting sections 28a, 29a and 41 and the separation protrusions 42, is small enough not to interfere with the normal drain. On the contrary, captured the Pooh is used to capture the remainder of the detergent. The capture of the remainder of the detergent prevents the passage of water, but detained water is used to dissolve the residue detergent to some extent, which reaches the drain hole 22. Before passing through the heat exchanger 395 residue detergent or fabric softener, which can get into the circulating air, effectively separated from the air together with water that is removed from linen and is contained in the circulating air. Since the balance mousheg the funds or fabric softener merges after dilution with water so no worries, that will applied load to the bilge pump 64 or he will be stopped. The connecting parts 41, which is formed by the cut the middle part of each of the dividing walls 41a crossing the channel in V-shape, limit the passage of lint, residue detergent or fabric softener, which washed out along the lower part of the channel. Even if Pooh was thus restrained from passing through the channel, is so voluminous that restricts the passage of water, the water, thus sequestered from passing through the channel can easily be carried forward together with the dissolved residue detergent. The reason partly lies in the fact that the water is restricted from passing through the channel is larger than Pooh, and partly consists in that the connecting sections 41, has extended up the shape, reduce this limitation. Shelf 24 and the inclined section 25 that operate effectively through the contraction of the internal space in the rear area of the lower half of the body 38 of the device, form a free space “S”, open to the rear and side pointing down under the shelf 24. Free space “S” is an internal cavity, depicted in figure 4 and 7 formed on the rear wall of the lower half of the body 38 of the device. When trojstvo 39 for air conditioning or device 81 of the fan for air conditioning installed in the lower housing 44 washing-drying machine along the back wall, as shown in figure 3, the space “S” can be used as a space for wiring on the outside of the device 39 for air conditioning or device 81 of the fan for air conditioning or space for the installation of external devices such as sensors, depicted in figure 1 and 4.

Shelf 24 and the inclined section 25 is made as one unit on the bottom side of the section to ensure their continuity. A shelf 24 which is slightly lower than the connecting flanges 381a and 382a, which are connected to each other for the formation of marked lines 383 between the upper and lower separate sections 381 and 382. Flange 382a the bottom of a separate section 382 contains a recessed strip around its perimeter to accommodate an annular sealing element 384. Flange 381a the top of the section 381 contains the protruding strip that is inserted into a recessed strip. Thus, the sealing element 384 is inserted between the recessed strip and protruding strip for sealing between the marked lines 383. The connection between the connecting flanges 381a and 382a and the seal between the marked lines 383 improved by means of screws 68, depicted in figure 5, using a large number of the mounting hole at back is s, educated in direction “A” along the circumference, as shown at 11.

The heat exchanger 395 includes a dividing wall 52, which is a plate made of aluminum or other corroding metal, and plays forward and backward directions, as shown in figure 4, 6 and 7. The dividing wall 52 is located at one end, on which the separating section 386 for the separation between the air channel 393 and admission Department 394, vertically mounted and inserted into the hole 51 formed between the upper and lower separate sections 381 and 382 in the ed 394, as shown in figure 3 and 4. The dividing wall 52 is pushed into the guide groove 51a formed on the edge (especially the vertical edge of the hole 51 from above for the location of the end of the heat exchanger 395 on the side of the reception area 394. The heat exchanger 395 has a sealing structure for reducing the air flow through the opening 51 between the air channel 393 and admission Department 394. The other end of the heat exchanger 395, that is, the end on the side of the suction outlet port 392 is by inserting it from above between the guide rails 53a and 53b. Guides 53a and 53b are made as one whole up in the corners on both sides of the end side of the suction outlet port 392 pallet 393a1 to the bottom of the heat exchanger of the individual is of castka 382, as shown at 6 and 10. The heat exchanger 395 located so on its both sides, set in a predetermined position on the pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger.

Fig depicts a bottom view of the top of the section 381 of the housing 38 of the device 39 for air-conditioning. As shown in Fig, in the heat exchanger 395 dividing wall 54 in the form of ribs in contact with the rear surface of the upper ceiling of the section 381. The dividing wall 54 is formed down between the upper dividing wall 386a and the other end wall opposite her. This construction together with the upper edge of the hole 51 of the separation section 386 prevents the displacement of the heat exchanger 395 with pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger. This design also prevents the bypass of air on the suction inlet side from the vicinity of the heat exchanger 395 in the area 393a heat transfer to the suction exhaust side 393a2.

The compressor 37 is located in the recess of the bottom portion 394a 394c admissions Department 394 using elastic Foundation 43. Elastic base 43 performs the function of shock and vibration to the elastic support of the compressor 37, thus reducing the size, weight and cost of the compressor 37. Elastic base 43 through which the compressor 37 is located in the recess 394a, absorbs vibration of the compressor 37, and also provide the characteristic strong buffer action against the outer transverse vibration during drying at high speed. The compressor 37, which typically has a thickness of about 140 mm, when viewed in the plane can be reduced up to 90 mm thick or so, thus reducing the space for the admissions Department 394. In the air channel 393 and the heat exchanger 395 located in it can be increased in size, while the housing 38 of the device is the same size as the well-known case, thereby increasing the efficiency of heat transfer and, consequently, the efficiency of air-conditioning.

Fig depicts a perspective view of the compressor 37 device 39 for air-conditioning, attached elastic base 43. As shown in Fig when placed in the recess 394a compressor 37 has a small radial clearance 45 between themselves and the elastic Foundation 43 (see figure 3), which is attached to the lower part of the compressor 37. In addition, the formed protrusions 145, which protrude downward from the upper side of the top of the section 381 of the housing 38 of the device, as shown in figure 3 and 12, in such a way as to be adjacent to the upper end of the compressor 37 with a predetermined gap 46 between them, as shown in figure 3. This prevents the compressor output 37 from the notch 394a within the permissible limits. For example, the gap 45 is set to about 0.5 mm, and the gap 46 is set to about 5 mm, the Permissible limits are within ensuring efficiency is tov absorb vibration and amortization for the compressor 37.

As a result, the compressor 37 compresses the elastic base 43 by its own weight to balance with the elastic supporting force of the elastic base 43, thus placing in the recess 394a and keeping in a state of free oscillations in the ed 394 with some clearance in the radial and vertical directions. Elastic base 43 includes an annular lower edge 43a, which is facing to the outer peripheral area of the bottom surface of the compressor 37, as shown in figure 3, 5 and 13 to provide a high efficiency of absorption of vibration relative to the vibration of the compressor 37. The lower edge 43a is limited in its radial movement by setting its lower end to the second notch 394b, which is aligned with the notch 394a and less deep than it. Thus, the lower edge 43a increases his effort at its lower end to maintain the compressor 37 in the radial direction when moving around him in the gap 45. Elastic base 43 also includes a cover 43b with slightly thickened walls, which is connected with the upper end of the lower edges 43a and closes the lower outer periphery of the compressor 37, as shown in figure 3, 6 and 13. If the displacement of the compressor 37 exceeds the gap 45 in a radial direction, cover 43b is compressed to match the eat radial direction between itself and the inner periphery of the recess 394a. Thus, the cover 43b absorb oscillatory motion and reduces noise caused by the collision, when the vibration reaches the housing 38 of the device. Cover 43b also includes axial ribs 43c around its outer periphery, which is compressed between the inner periphery of the recess 394a and themselves. It provides a uniform effect of the absorption of vibrations to the elastic support of the compressor 37 within the specified range in the recess 394a. Cover 43b may alternatively contain at its peripheral wall of the recess for engagement. Notch to lock engages with a part of the pipe protruding from the compressor 37 toward the side of its body, thus performing the function of the septum between the elastic base 43 and the compressor 37. It is also possible to form the plot of the mesh or the installation site for the separation between the elastic base 43 and the notch 394a. It is also possible that the lower edge 43a or cover 43b elastic Foundation 43 consisted of separate parts. In short, it is important to fill the space between the recess 394a and the lower end of the compressor 37 of the elastic element.

In the ed 394 the lower portion 394c containing the notch 394a, is slightly above the pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger and the bottom of the suction inlet side of 393a2, as shown in figure 3. Receiving section 394 separated from who the ear canal 393 dividing the area around 386 holes 51, where is the heat exchanger 395. The hole 51 contains in the lower part of the recessed edges of the strip. The connecting channel 47 is formed under the heat exchanger 395 bottom portion 394c to connect the admissions Department 394 with the pallet 23 for draining the separated water in the air duct 393, more specifically through the connecting channel 27. In addition, the lower portion 394c includes, essentially, the annular rib 48 formed by passing up the inner wall of the recess 394a, as shown in figure 3, 4, 6 and 10. Drops of condensation water in the form of dew from the cryogenic pipe 37a around the compressor 37 is captured part of the bottom portion 394c. As a result, the condensation water in the form of dew, which is continuously drips from cryogenic pipe 37a, at least in small quantities during operation can be trapped in the lower plot 394c around the notch 394a. The condensation water in the form of dew drips down into the tray 23 for draining the separated water, which is located below the bottom portion 394c, through the connecting channel 47 formed in the bottom edge of the hole 51 of the separation section 386. The connecting channel 47 is at the same height as the lower portion 394c. The condensation water in the form of dew fused under the action of gravity together with the separated water by preventing rib 48 of the passage in the hollow 394a. This design is I eliminates the need for formation of the drain holes in the hollow 394a, in which is located with the opportunity to hold the compressor 37, thus reducing the number of discharge channels. This design also ensures efficient drying even at low temperatures, since there is no fear in the intake of external air.

The heat exchanger 395 includes surface 395b release addressed to his front leg. Even when the heat exchanger 395 is located at an angle to the longitudinal direction of the housing 38 of the device, as described above, the suction effect which is located downstream of the discharge of the fan 15, reaching the suction outlet port 392, stronger acting on the side surface 395b release, which is closer to the suction outlet channel 392. This may cause a problem in that the suction exhaust side 393a2 zone 393a heat of the condensation water in the form of dew formed at the same time as the air passes through the evaporator 31 is sucked in through the side surface 395b release, which is closer to the suction outlet channel 392, intake fan 15 through the suction outlet 392.

Fig depicts a partial perspective view of the device 39 for air conditioning, if you look at the plot, illustrated in Fig.6, at an angle downward from the suction inlet side of 393a2. Fig depicts a side view of the us the device 39 for air conditioning, if you look from the admissions Department 394. On Fig to prevent intake of condensation water in the form of dew under the action of a strong suction effect of the suction outlet port 392 is formed by a shielding wall 56 using the guide 56a, which is up on the front end side of the inlet with the outlet 392 pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger. On Fig to eliminate strong uneven suction effect intake fan 15 is connected to the suction outlet channel 392 includes a helical body 15b and the purge section 15d (see Fig), which is raised vertically on its rear side. Intake fan 15 forms a corner plot along the lower half of the side edges of the suction outlet port 392 surface 395b release heat exchanger 395 and the front lower end edge. In accordance with this condition, the shielding wall 56 has a simple stepped shape comprising a guide 53a, as shown in figure 3, 8 and 11, for closing the surface 395b release heat exchanger 395 in accordance with the minimum need. On the other hand, reduction of the area of the air flow surface 395b release caused by the shielding wall 56, is minimized by using a freely oscillating protruding section 56 of the guide 53a from the surface 395b exhaust, as shown in Fig.6. In addition, in the suction outlet port 392, coaxially with the fan 15a discharge of the fan 15, the suction side of the exhaust channel 392, which contains the shielding wall 56 to limit the suction air, is formed in a shape protruding toward the centerline. Suction outlet 392 includes a vertical straight edge 392b to narrow their round holes around the axial line of the fan 15b, as shown in figure 11. Vertical straight edge 392b helps prevent absorption of water from the lateral end of the suction outlet port 392 of the heat exchanger 395. Similarly, the lower edge of the suction outlet port 392 is formed in the form of transverse straight edges 392c, which runs along the centerline to the same height as the pallet 393a1 for heat exchanger, and then tapers up to limit the absorption of water from the bottom of the tank 63.

As shown in figure 3, the connecting area between the suction outlet channel 392 of the housing 38 of the device, blower fan 15 are sealed in the form of simple design. More specifically, the spiral housing 15b to accommodate the fan 15a includes a suction channel 15c containing a connecting tube 15c, which is freely inserted into the inner periphery of the suction outlet Cana is and 392. The end of connecting tube 15c are welded under pressure to the flange wall 392a on the inner periphery of the suction outlet port 392. The spiral housing 15b and the housing 38 of the device are welded under pressure through education connection 62, in which the suction outlet 392 and the suction channel 15c are connected to each other by connecting the screw in many positions, such as three or more positions. This design eliminates the need for installing a sealing element as an object of consumption, thus reducing both the cost of production, and operating costs.

Alternatively, the housing 38 of the device may consist of three separate sections to reduce their volume as molded articles, thus, is easily transformed into a complex shape. An example will be described below with reference to Fig. On the top a separate section 381 area that is not above the ceiling area 393a heat transfer is separated from the site, which is above the ceiling along the marked lines (alternate long and two short dashed lines), which are formed on the outer surface of the housing 38 of the device and are at the same height as a simple horizontal plane of the housing 48 of the device, as shown in Fig. The plot, which is higher than the ceiling, denotes the upper part of the extended virseda zone 393d, the suction inlet channel 391 and the admissions Department 394. The housing 38 of the device includes a continuous sealing element located between the marked lines 61 along its entire perimeter, to seal the housing 38 of the device. This design provides the characteristics of the design of the three individual sites without losing the characteristics of the construction of two separate parts described in this embodiment.

Thus, the present invention eliminates the sealing structure between the admission Department of the compressor and an air channel in which is located the evaporator and the condenser, thus reducing the cost of production and maintenance costs.

1. Device for conditioning air, comprising an enclosure containing a suction inlet port and a suction outlet for air circulation, and the device contains the evaporator and condenser are located along the air channel passing from the suction inlet channel to the suction of the exhaust channel, and the evaporator dehydrates the circulating air and the condenser circulating dry air; and a compressor for circulating refrigerant through the evaporator and the condenser, the body of the device is formed of many separate parts, and between individual sites n is discontinuously installed sealing element between the marked lines, formed on the outer surface of the device, to ensure the air permeance of the device, and the device includes a water tank containing a discharge device on its outer wall, and drain valve drain standing water when you open standing water and prevents the suction of external air.

2. The device according to claim 1, in which the device is formed from two separate sections.

3. The device according to claim 1, wherein the device has a shape essentially of a rectangular parallelepiped containing the suction inlet port on the rear side of the ceiling at one end and a suction outlet in the end wall at the other end in the longitudinal direction of the device; the compressor is placed in the receiving compartment in the front position of the device; a receiving compartment and the air duct are separated from each other by a dividing wall extending from separate parts forming the device, and an air channel passes to the back side and the other end wall of the housing of the device; the device includes a heat transfer area between the dividing wall and end wall, facing each other in the longitudinal direction of the device, and the heat transfer area is divided into the suction inlet storoni suction outlet side, where are the evaporator and condenser, respectively, and the evaporator and condenser together form a heat exchanger; a suction inlet channel is opened up and is above the ceiling area of heat transfer of the device and, when viewed in the plane has the form, passing from the rear side of the receiving compartment to the rear area on one side, passing from the zone of heat exchange air duct to the rear of the reception area on one side of the device body; and an air channel includes a vertical curvilinear zone, continuously passing from the lower holes of the suction inlet port to the rear area on one end side to the direction of circulating air down; and extended up the back area formed by extending the suction inlet side of the heat exchange zone up from the suction inlet channel to the other end side of the housing of the device at a height that is below the suction inlet of the channel.

4. The device according to claim 3, in which the valve device is in the lower part of the reception Department of the compressor and in the lower part of the air channel, and a valve mechanism performs the function of the water tank.

5. Device for conditioning air, comprising a device containing intake itsneutral and suction outlet for air circulation, moreover, the device contains the evaporator and condenser are located along the air channel passing from the suction inlet channel to the suction of the exhaust channel, and the evaporator dehydrates the circulating air and the condenser circulating dry air; and a compressor for circulating refrigerant through the evaporator and the condenser, the body of the device is formed from many individual plots for separation between the air channel and the reception Department of the compressor without the use of sealing structures, and between the individual areas has continuously sealing element between the marked lines formed on the outer surface of the device to ensure the air permeance of the device, and the device includes a water tank containing valve device on its outer wall, and the valve device drain standing water when you open standing water and prevents the suction of external air.

6. The device according to claim 5, in which the device is formed from two separate sections.

7. The device according to claim 5, in which the valve device comprises a drain hole on the outer wall of the water tank and the stop valve for closing the drain hole from the outside under the action of the suction force is C the inside of the housing of the device.

8. The device according to claim 5, in which the device has the shape of an essentially rectangular parallelepiped containing the suction inlet port on the rear side of the ceiling at one end and a suction outlet in the end wall at the other end in the longitudinal direction of the device; the compressor is placed in the receiving compartment in the front position of the device; a receiving compartment and the air duct are separated from each other by a dividing wall extending from separate parts forming the device, and an air channel passes to the back side and the other end wall of the housing of the device; the device includes a heat transfer area between the dividing wall and end wall, facing each other in the longitudinal direction of the device, and the heat transfer area is divided into the suction inlet side and the suction outlet side, which are the evaporator and condenser, respectively, and the evaporator and condenser together form a heat exchanger; a suction inlet channel is opened up and is above the ceiling area of heat transfer of the device and, when viewed in the plane has the form, passing from the rear side of the receiving compartment to the rear area on one side, passing from the zone of heat vozdushniye to the rear side of the receiving compartment at one end side of the housing of the device; and the air channel includes a vertical curvilinear zone, continuously passing from the lower holes of the suction inlet port to the rear area on one end side to the direction of circulating air down; and extended up the back area formed by extending the suction inlet side of the heat exchange zone up from the suction inlet channel to the other end side of the housing of the device at a height that is below the suction inlet of the channel.

9. The device according to claim 8, in which the valve device is in the lower part of the reception Department of the compressor and in the lower part of the air channel, and a valve mechanism performs the function of the water tank.



 

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34 cl, 3 dwg, 1 tbl

FIELD: home electric apparatus such as washing machine with dryer.

SUBSTANCE: electric apparatus such as washing machine includes chamber for placing heated objects; magnetron for generating microwave energy; wave guide for feeding generated microwave energy to housing of apparatus; arc detector mounted on wave guide for detecting arc generation in chamber; control unit. Arc detector includes antenna designed for finding signal that presents field inside wave guide; unit for filtering noises in antenna; super-high frequency diode for rectifying signal; casing for protecting all components of arc detector against noises and for preventing leakage of micro wave energy.

EFFECT: safety process of microwave heating.

5 cl, 2 dwg

FIELD: apparatuses for drying washings.

SUBSTANCE: condensation type dryer has detachable washed filter. Said filter includes flexible fibrous material and it may fix and(or) decompose odorizing matters. Filter is mounted in closed cycle of air movement in dryer for removing unpleasant odorizing matters out of dried laundry. Deodorizing filter is made of textile material and it is possible to wash it in washing machine. In order to fix odorizing matters, fibers of filter are treated by means of particles that may fix said matters and from which odorizing matters may be washed out for regenerating filter. Filtering device is in the form of frame having two, lower and upper portions. Upper portion is connected with lower portion that may be locked.

EFFECT: improved design.

6 cl, 2 dwg

FIELD: washing machines.

SUBSTANCE: according to proposed method, after preliminary removal of moisture by centrifuging, linen is acted upon by elastic vibrations of ultrasonic frequency. Said vibrations are formed by aerodynamic or electromechanical converters and are introduced into linen to be dried contactlessly through nonresonance air gaps or through design members of washing machine. Intensity of elastic vibrations is set within 135 and 160 dB. Frequency of vibrations is chosen to provide acoustic resonance of inner volume of washing machine tumbler and/or inner air gap between tumbler for linen and outer tumbler. In process of drying frequency is changed according to change in quantity of linen to be dried and its moisture content. Owing to use of optimum sources of ultrasonic vibrations and corrected parameters and conditions of formation and introduction of vibrations into linen, energy consumption for implementing the method is reduced.

EFFECT: reduced energy consumption.

3 cl, 3 dwg

FIELD: drying technique.

SUBSTANCE: drying machine has housing with pivotal member for attachment of door to front panel and pair of pivotal brackets for connecting pivotal member with one of opposite sides of window provided on front panel. Drying machine has preliminary assembling unit for reliable attachment of pivotal bracket to front panel. Preliminary assembling unit has retaining openings and positioning opening provided in pivotal bracket, and retaining protrusions and positioning protrusion extending from front panel. Retaining protrusions are gripped by retaining openings so that positioning protrusion is located in positioning opening. Pivotal bracket is thus fastened in predetermined position on front panel. In such state, openings for screw provided in pivotal member on front panel and pivotal bracket are aligned with one another to thereby allow pivotal member to be connected by means of screws with pivotal bracket.

EFFECT: increased efficiency and enhanced reliability in operation.

12 cl, 5 dwg

FIELD: drying technique.

SUBSTANCE: locking unit is positioned in front panel of drying machine, on door of which machine hook is located, said hook being adapted for engagement with locking unit and disengagement therefrom. Locking unit has lock main body equipped with protrusions and retaining openings in its opposite sides, and lock cover having openings for accommodation of protrusions, and retaining openings provided at cover opposite sides. Protrusions are formed in active part protruding from carrier part of lock main body, and retaining openings are formed in carrier part, immediately under protrusions. Openings for accommodation of protrusions are provided in portion protruding from edge of cover lock planar portion, and retaining protrusions are formed at ends of lock cover protruding portion. On introducing of lock cover into main body of lock, protrusions become embraced with openings for accommodation of protrusions, and retaining protrusions are introduced into retaining openings. Such construction allows lock cover to be assembled with lock main body for one operation.

EFFECT: increased efficiency, simplified construction and reduced time for assembling of lock unit.

9 cl, 5 dwg

FIELD: mechanical engineering.

SUBSTANCE: washing machine has drum and condensing channel communicating with drum. Condensing channel has air inlet member, condensing device and air outlet member, said parts of condensing channel being connected in series. There is condensed water jet feeding member within condensing device. Guiding member provided within condensing device is designed for blocking of return flow. Condensing device has flow passage width greater than width of air inlet member and air outlet member. There is return flow blocking protrusion within condensing channel, said protrusion being designed for preventing return flow of condensed water produced within edge portion of guiding member for blocking of return flow under the action of inner circulating air.

EFFECT: increased efficiency owing to providing blocking of return flow.

16 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: mechanics.

SUBSTANCE: wash-and-dry machine comprises drum receiving underlinen, tank housing the said drum, casing accommodating the said tank and other components, cable harness to voltage from the mains to appropriate components, and suspension spring. The said spring is arranged nearby the said cable harness to damp the gravity and dynamic motion forces acting on the tank. The proposed machine additionally incorporates cable harness casing and its holder.

EFFECT: suspension spring is fastened so that to prevent contact between cable harness and said suspension spring.

6 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: individual supplies.

SUBSTANCE: washing or drying machine includes main case and control device including input unit, main control unit performing operations of definition and control depending on the signals coming from input unit, and display for controlled machine state depending on the signals from main control unit. Machine includes upper frame attached to top end part of front case surface, lower frame attached to bottom end part of front case surface, and horizontal ornamental plate attached to top end part of upper frame. Control panel is attached so as to be optionally removed together with ornamental plate of top end part of front case surface or with lower frame of bottom end part of front case surface. Covering panel is attached so as to be optionally removed together with ornamental plate of top end part of front case surface or with lower frame of bottom end part of front case surface opposite to control panel.

EFFECT: operational convenience at any height position of washing or drying machine.

8 cl, 17 dwg

FIELD: textile industry.

SUBSTANCE: set of two laundry machines consists of a washing machine and a drying machine. The latter has the drum for retaining the laundry therein, a pressure fan supplying the air to the drum and a pressure device for heating the air supplied to the drum. The set consists of a common hose connected to at least one water supply source, the hose supplying water to the drying machine, which connects the common hose to the drying machine, and the hose supplying water to the washing machine, which connects the common hose to the washing machine. The drying machine consists of a drum, a pressure fan supplying the air to the drum and the device for heating the air supplied to the drum. The machine includes a water supplying hose connecting the drying machine to the common hose which is connected to water supply source and to the washing machine. The drying machine has a steam generator and the hose supplying water to the drying machine and connected to the steam generator.

EFFECT: possibility of preventing folds of the dried clothes or eliminating clothes folds.

10 cl, 7 dwg

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