Luggage suitcase


A45C13/28 - Combinations of handles with other devices
A45C13/22 - Detachable handles; Handles foldable into the luggage (separate handles for carrying means A45F0005100000)

 

(57) Abstract:

Usage: Luggage suitcase on wheels. The inventive Luggage suitcase contains a rectangular container formed of the side, end, top wall with a lid and a bottom wall. The suitcase has wheels mounted on the bottom wall, and a rigid handle. The rigid arm has a lower end and means for securing the rigid arm on the inner surface of the end walls for movement between a retracted position in which the handle is retracted into the container, and an elongated position in which the arm is fully extended above the container. Luggage suitcase contains a means for rotating the lower end of the handle to Luggage suitcase to allow deflection of the arm in position tilt forward, to pull the suitcase. The suitcase also has a means for holding the arm in an intermediate retracted between the position of full retraction and full stretching to facilitate pushing of the suitcase by the handle when it is moved over a short distance. Means for fastening the rigid arm on the inner surface of the end walls includes an elongated tube attached to one ton and 6 C. p. F.-ly, 16 ill.

The invention relates to a Luggage suitcases.

Usually on the bottom wall of the suitcase set alloy wheels and fix the flexible strap on the end wall. The user pulls the strap, suitcase moves on the floor and thus the user is freed from the physical work carrying heavy cargo.

However, when checking baggage (e.g. at the airport) a flexible strap must be removed, which can lead to loss belt and the need to find space for the removed strap.

Flexible strap provides partial control of suitcases. If alloy wheels are inflexible, they are centered accurately, and suitcase spontaneously rejected, i.e. it does not move in a straight line behind the user. When walking fast or running suitcase may fall. The suitcase will not be able to bend around corners quite well, especially if the alloy wheel hard. The suitcase should move with the user. The suitcase may not be next to the user, which should slowly move it forward with the help of the belt, standing in line, for example, ticketing counter.

The following technical solutions: Luggage suitcase with an extendable flexible is set traction handle, interacting with a pair of wheels at the opposite end of suitcases that allows you to raise one end of the suitcase from the floor and pull;

the suitcase flat rigid arm, which is telescopically in the Central part of the wall of the suitcase, with solid walls, with the wheels set in the corner of the suitcase right under the arm, allow you to tilt the suitcase ahead and move it based on two wheels with the help of the extended arm and telescopic arm cannot be rotated;

cart to move items from place to place, and the truck has a platform mounted on two wheels located in the centre, the platform is equipped with cast wheels on the front and rear ends and a rigid arm to move the cart.

The purpose of izobreteny creating improved wheel and a traction device for suitcases, which provides more control over the suitcase by the user, as well as the creation of a permanently fixed rigid handles for suitcases, which improves the stability of suitcases, its maneuverability and control.

In addition, the aim of the invention is the creation of a system of wheels for Luggage suitcases, giving the suitcase significant lucretiana is attached to the suitcase. When the rigid handle is not valid, then it is in the case, which were attached to the end wall inside the suitcase. In the working position the handle is removed from its case.

The spring connects the lower end of the crank case. Thus, the handle can be rotated forward to move the suitcase. After release of the handle the spring returns it in a vertical position coaxial with her case. Thus, it is easy in the case pressing on the upper part of the arm.

The handle can be pulled and friction to hold an intermediate position between the allotted and fully extended position. In this position, the user can use the handle, standing, for example in line with the suitcase, to move suitcases ahead.

The suitcase held on two large wheels, which are located in the center of the bottom wall of the suitcase, preferably, in the recesses of the wheel, made in the side walls of the suitcase. Preferably, but not necessarily, the mechanical wheels are positioned above the side wheels, when the bottom wall of the suitcase is in the horizontal position. With this arrangement, the wheels of the suitcase can be moved on the support of the three wheels, or it may (for l the project for a small wheel of the floor.

If you add up the benefits of improved rigid arm, a rigid arm connected directly with a suitcase and is able to rotate forward when it is stretched, provides optimal control of the suitcase. It should not be deleted because it is telescopically inside the suitcase when not in use. When she is in the intermediate position, the arm is used to move the suitcase along, if the user is in the queue, for example, ticketing counter. Unlike well-known suitcases with telescopic handle it has a narrow profile while promoting suitcases through the crowd.

If you sum up the advantage of an improved system of wheels through the use of large wheels centered on the bag, and cast wheels that are installed on the ends, it greatly improves maneuverability in comparison with known systems of the wheels.

The combination of the rigid arm and located in the center of the wheels provides better control than with a suitcase being dragged. The slope and hence support the weight of the suitcase is not required.

In Fig. 1 view of the Luggage case with handle is pushed into the container; Fig. 2 is a view of the suitcase with Nepal odan with an angled handle; in Fig. 5 is a vertical view of the collection in the plane a-a in Fig. 3; Fig. 6 is a vertical side view of the suitcase of Fig. 7 is a horizontal view of the suitcase bottom of Fig. 8 is a view in section in the plane b-B in Fig. 6; Fig. 9 is a vertical side view showing the invention with a suitcase with soft walls; Fig. 10 a perspective view of the device shown in Fig. 9 disassembled; Fig. 11 is a view in section in the plane b-b In Fig. 9; Fig. 12 General view of a variant implementation of the invention; Fig. 13 vertical type of construction telescopic handle; Fig. 14 is a view in section in the plane G-G in Fig. 13; Fig. 15 is a view similar to Fig. 14, showing the handle in a vertical position and rotated forward in working position; Fig. 16 is a view in section in the plane d-D in Fig. 13.

Luggage suitcase with solid walls is a rectangular container. This suitcase is the case, closed the lid 1. The housing has a side wall 2, the front end wall 3, a rear end wall 4, the top wall 5 and bottom wall 6. Cover 1 forms a side wall of the container opposite the side wall 2 and has a bottom wall 7, mounted on hinges on the bottom wall 6 of the housing. The bottom walls 6 and 7 of the housing and cover respectively the image of the rank 10 on its upper end. The lower end of the arm 11 is connected to a spiral spring 12 with the housing, thus allowing the arm to bend forward (Fig. 4).

The arm design is shown in Fig. 5. Means for fastening the rigid arm includes an elongated tube 13 attached to the front end wall 3 inside the housing. An elongated tube 13 has an inner diameter greater than the outer diameter of the rigid arm 9, allowing a rigid arm 9 to enter inside the elongated tube 13. The lower end of the elongated tube 13 is clamped in the tool holder 14. Your inner end of the elongated tube is inserted in the hole 15 formed in the upper wall 5 of the housing. At its upper and lower ends of the elongated tube 13 is closed by a cap 16 and 17. The cap 16 at its upper end has a hole 18 through which a rigid arm 9. Between the cap 16 and the upper end of the elongated tube 13 is a friction gasket 19 to form a seal between the rigid arm and the elongated tube and create friction to hold the arm in an intermediate position (Fig. 2).

Through the lower end of the rigid arm 9 passes the rod 20. With the rod 20 is connected to the upper end 21 proginet tube 13, but he has too large a diameter to pass through the hole 18 in the cap 16 at the top of the oblong tube. Through the stop 23 is a rod 24. The lower end 25 of the spring 12 is connected to the rod 24, and the lower end 26 of the strap 22 is connected to the rod. Therefore, when the contact of the stop 23 with gasket 19 and the cap 16 removing a hard arm of the elongated tube is eliminated.

It is assumed that the connectors and not the combination of the spring 12 and the flexible strap 22 will be high-quality.

The housing has a groove 27, which includes a cross member 10 stiff arm when fully extended arm (Fig. 1).

In Fig. 7 and 8 shows the bottom wall 8 of the suitcase. Cover 1 and the housing, respectively propagowany in positions 28 and 29, forming a cavity for receiving large wheels 30. Big wheels have a diameter of approximately 2 inches (50.8 mm). To the bottom wall of the housing and the cover 1 are respectively attached by means of rivets L-shaped disputed plate 31 by means of rivets 32. The axle 33 is fixed by means of a nut 34 for placement of each of the big wheel 30 on the suitcase. Small cast wheels 35 (with a diameter of approximately 1 inch (25.4 mm) installed at each end of the bottom wall 8. The bottom surface of cast wheels is preferred is ukcia allows the use of only three-wheel support (Fig. 6) and also allows the suitcase to move on a vertical axis passing through the axes of the large wheels 30, when any small wheel 35 is not touching the floor. This design wheels provide maximum manoeuvrability suitcases.

During operation, the rigid arm is usually given. A rigid arm 9 can be raised and friction to hold an intermediate position. This allows the user to stand next to the suitcase and pressed hard on the lever 9 to move it, for example, at the airport in queues at ticket counters.

To accommodate the rigid arm in position move the hard suitcase handle first raise in a fully extended vertical position (Fig. 3). In this position, the coil spring 12 and a flexible strap 22 protrude from the elongated tube. The handle can be set in the position of the drawing by moving it forward and bending springs and straps. After the liberation of the rigid arm, the spring causes the rigid arm back in its upright position; thus, it can be removed in an elongated tube, simply clicking on a rigid handle. A flexible plan is a tensile element, which prevents the spring S="ptx2">

The invention is illustrated suitcases with solid walls, but it can also be used with a suitcase with soft walls (Fig. 9 and 11). To fit the wheels and telescopically retractable hard arm were made some modifications.

Luggage suitcase has a rigid bottom section 36 (Fig. 10), which is made in the shape of a basket and has side walls 37 and end walls 38.

From the lower section 36 acts up a rigid frame 39. The frame 39 has a generally rectangular shape and the bottom panel 40, which is attached by rivets to the lower section 36. The upper section 41 with soft walls is in the center of the rigid bar 42 in the form of an inverted, whereby the upper part is attached to the frame. Around the bottom edge of the fabric attach the lower rim 43 which is located on the dual bezel 44, forming the upper edge of the lower section 36, both rim are connected, for example, by stitching (Fig. 11) the upper part 41 having a soft wall, with the bottom part 36. The handle 45 is attached by rivets to the strap 42.

The frame 39 carries an elongated tube 46 for telescopically retractable hard arm 47. In this construction a rigid arm 47 is formed (Fi is the frame has a ledge 48, which is connected to the upper end of the elongated tube 46. The upper part 41 with soft sides are also made with the tab at position 49 to its reliance on the ledge 48 and the formation of a groove for receiving the cross bar 50 of the rigid arm 47. The cover 51 with soft walls fixed, and it forms part of the upper section 41 by connecting stitch on the bottom edge and as usual using the zipper around the perimeter.

The lower section 36 has grooves 52 on each side, forming a socket for big wheels 53. The lower section 36 has a U-shaped bracket 54, which is installed with the possibility of rotation of the large wheel 53. alloy small wheels 54 mounted on the lower section adjacent each end of the suitcase (Fig. 9).

Use suitcases with soft walls identical to the application of suitcases with solid walls.

In another form of the invention the rigid arm (Fig. 12 16) is an elongated flat element 55 having at its upper end a cross member 56 of the handle. The suitcase has a groove in the corner of 57 for receiving the cross member 56 of the rigid arm.

As in the structure (Fig. 1 8), the suitcase has a body 58. The housing has a lower wall 59 having a groove 60 for receiving large intermediate to is provided in Fig. 14, 15 and 16, an elongated tube partially formed end wall 62 of the housing and the guide arm 64. Guide rigid arm has a U-shaped cross section (Fig. 16), a pair of side walls 65 and the inner wall 66. The side walls 65 of the vertical channels 67. The inner wall 66 is spaced vertical grooves on the lower end 60, the upper end 69 and the intermediate grooves 70 and 71.

Hard arm 55 is flat and generally rectangular cross-section. At its lower end the plate spring 72 is attached by screws 73 to a rigid arm 55. The plate spring 72 is freely protruding downward part of the stop 74, which is provided with a spring latch 75, serving in the direction of the inner wall 66 of the guide 64 of the rigid arm.

Rigid arm has at its lower end a transverse finger 76 end 77 protruding from the arm in a vertical channels 67 of the guide rigid arm. At the upper end of the vertical channel 67 provides a stop which engages the transverse finger 76 to limit the movement of the top hard handle.

During operation of the suitcase (Fig. 12 of 16) of the rigid arm is normally held in its extended position (Fig. 14) spring latch 75, rashda hard the handle you want to use as draught power, it raises the entire length (Fig. 15). This spring latch 78 is lowered into the upper groove 69.

Transverse finger 76 gears emphasis on the upper end of the vertical channel 67. Thus, the rigid arm can no longer climb. In this raised position, the rigid arm can be rotated in the forward direction in an inclined position (as shown at position 78), thus the suitcase you can push across the floor, moving mainly by large intermediate wheel 61. While pushing hard arm forward (as shown at position 78), the plate spring 72 is bent, exposing its impact forces so that when the rigid arm is released, it will return back to the upright position indicated by solid lines in Fig. 15.

Rigid handle can be adjusted to an intermediate position and hold it there with spring latch 75 included in any of the slots 70 and 71. In this intermediate position (Fig. 12) of the rigid arm is in a perfect position to move suitcases, for example, when the suitcase is standing at the ticket counter at the airport.

1. Luggage suitcase containing essentially rectangular container, education, estcoy the handle having a lower end, and means for fastening the rigid arm on the inner surface of the end wall for movement between a retracted position in which the handle is retracted into the container, and an elongated position in which the arm is fully extended above the container, characterized in that it contains the means to rotate the lower end of the handle to Luggage suitcase to allow deflection of the arm in position tilt forward to move suitcases and means for holding the arm in an intermediate retracted between the positions of full penetration and complete extrusion from the container to facilitate pushing of the suitcase by the handle when it is moved over a short distance.

2. Suitcase under item 1, characterized in that the means for fastening the rigid arm on the inner surface of the end wall includes an elongated tube attached on one end wall, and a rigid handle has an elongated shape and is made slidable in the pipe.

3. Suitcase on PP. 1 and 2, characterized in that one end of the rigid arm has a cross-bar, and in the upper wall of the container is made hollow for the por is estu, a rectangular container formed of the side, end, top wall, bottom wall and a lid, wheels mounted on the bottom wall, a rigid handle having a lower end with means for fastening the rigid arm on the inner surface of the end wall for movement between a retracted position in which the handle is located completely inside the container, and an elongated position in which the arm is fully extended above the container, characterized in that it contains a rotation of the lower end of the handle to Luggage suitcase to allow deflection of the arm in position tilt forward to move suitcases, and spring means for holding the arm in an outstretched position in a vertical position perpendicular to the top wall of the suitcase.

5. Suitcase under item 4, characterized in that the means for fastening the rigid arm on the inner surface of the end wall includes an elongated tube attached to one end wall, and a rigid handle is made of elongated shape and is made slidable in the pipe.

6. Suitcase on PP.4 and 5, characterized in that at the free end of the handle has a cross-bar, and the A.

7. Luggage suitcase containing container with walls including a bottom wall and end wall, wheels mounted on the bottom wall, vertical shroud wall, open at its upper end, an elongated rigid arm mounted slidable in the casing and projecting at its upper end, a spring and means for securing the spring on the lower end of the handle, characterized in that the casing has a vertical guide arm and the vertical channels having at its upper ends of the restricting means located in the guide arm, and the spring is a plate and has a transverse pivot axle, mounted in the lower end of the handle and having ends protruding in the vertical channels to limit movement of the handle up and turn in a position of inclination when the arm in the upper position in order to pull the suitcase, and the plate spring placed back of the handle in the vertical position when it is released.

8. Suitcase under item 7, characterized in that the plate spring is located below the handle and has a protruding in the lateral direction, emphasis, and in the vertical direction of the spring when the handle is at the very bottom, the top and intermediate positions.

9. Suitcase on PP.7 and 8, characterized in that at one end of the handle has a cross-bar, and in the upper wall of the container has a recess for receiving the cross bar when you pull the handle inside the container.

 

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