Refrigerator

FIELD: heating.

SUBSTANCE: refrigerator consists of a housing containing a freezing compartment and a chilling compartment (the former positioned underneath the latter), a door for opening and closing the chilling compartment, an ice chamber (arranged on the door inside thus positioned inside the chilling compartment while the door is closed), a heat exchanger generating chilled air and a chilled air directing unit that delivers the chilled air generated by the heat exchanger into the ice chamber to provide for generation of ice therein.

EFFECT: facilitated retrieval of ice from the ice chamber.

30 cl, 22 dwg

 

The technical field to which the invention relates

The invention relates to a refrigerator and, more particularly, to a refrigerator that contains the camera ice for ice formation.

Background of the invention

Usually the refrigerators used to store food at a low temperature and in a fresh condition for a long period of time. This refrigerator provides storage in a frozen or chilled state in accordance with state or a food product.

To store food in a low temperature state, the refrigerator includes a refrigeration unit that repeatedly performs a refrigerant cycle compression-condensation-expansion-evaporation".

Below normal refrigerator will be described with reference to figure 1.

As shown in figure 1, the conventional refrigerator includes a housing 10 of a refrigerator, which includes a refrigerating chamber 20 for storage of food refrigerated and freezer 30 for storing a food product in a frozen state.

Refrigerating chamber 20 and the freezing chamber 30 is divided in such a way that they are independent of space, respectively. And a refrigerating chamber 20 and the freezing chamber 30 have an opening on their front side.

The opening of the refrigerating chamber 20 p is raised or closed by doors 22 of the refrigerating chamber. The opening of the freezing chamber 30 is opened or closed with doors 32 freezers.

Usually refrigerating chamber 20 is used more often than the freezer 30. To this end refrigerating chamber 20 is located above the freezer compartment 30 so that the user can, without bending, easy to get food stored in the refrigerating chamber 20.

Drawers, baskets and shelves to accommodate food products of various sizes and conditions provided inside the refrigerating chamber 20 and the door 22 of the refrigerating chamber.

The door 32 of the freezing chamber is made slidable in front and rear directions for opening or closing the freezing chamber 30. The lower door handle attached to the front surface of the door 32 of the freezing chamber in the upper part of the door 32 of the freezing chamber so that the user could pull the slidable door 32 freezer when gripping the lower door handle.

Ice machine 40 is in the freezer for 30 ice using cold air generated by the heat exchanger and supplied to the freezing chamber 30.

However, the conventional refrigerator having the above configuration has a different problem.

First, there is a problem in that the ice machine 40, which forms ice, the location is N. the inside of the freezing chamber 30, and the freezing chamber 30 is located below the refrigerating chamber 20 in a conventional refrigerator having the above configuration. That is inconvenient for the user to get ice from the ice machine 40, because the user has to bend down to use the ice machine 40 after opening the door 32 freezers.

This problem can be solved by the location of the freezing chamber 30 above the refrigerating chamber 20. However, in this case, for a person of small stature or child hard to get ice from the ice machine 40, which is located inside of the freezing chamber 30, after the opening of the freezing chamber 30, when the refrigerator is large.

Meanwhile, the ice machine 40 can be installed in the appropriate position on the outside of the freezing chamber 30, separately from the freezer 30. However, in this case, there are various problems such as increase in production costs on the fridge, the increase in the fridge and complexity in the manufacture of the refrigerator as a heat exchanger for ice formation must be installed in the chamber of ice.

Due to these reasons, you need to create a refrigerator that will allow the user to easily get ice from the ice machine without changing the volume of the refrigerator or limit the provisions of the freezer.

The disclosure of the present invention

Technical problem

The aim of the present invention aimed at solving the above problems, is the creation of the refrigerator, which will allow the user to easily get ice from the ice machine without changing the volume of the refrigerator or limit the provisions of the freezer.

Technical solution

In accordance with the present invention, this objective can be achieved through the creation of a refrigerator, comprising a housing of a refrigerator, which includes a freezing chamber and a refrigerating chamber; the chamber of ice, which is arranged in the cooling chamber for the formation of ice; a heat exchanger which generates cold air to the freezing of the food product stored in the freezer; and a device for directing cold air, which directs the cold air generated by the heat exchanger in the chamber of ice for ice formation in the chamber of ice.

Preferably, the camera ice formation is located within site of doors of the refrigerating chamber, which opens and closes the inner space of the refrigerating chamber. Preferably, the cooling chamber is located above the freezer.

Preferably, the device for guiding cold air contains eliminate the STV channel, which connects with the chamber of ice.

The refrigerator may further comprise a fan for supplying cold air, which forces cold air generated by the heat exchanger in the chamber of ice.

The device channel may include a channel, an air supply, which supplies the cold air generated by the heat exchanger in the chamber of ice, and the reverse channel that directs cold air from the chamber of ice in the freezer.

In other words, the device channel may include at least one channel, which is located on one side wall of the refrigerating chamber, so that the channel connects with the chamber of ice.

Preferably, the channel is located between the outer wall and inner wall, which form the side wall of the refrigerating chamber.

More preferably, the channel may be located at a distance from the outer wall and inner wall.

To this end, the refrigerator further comprises a spacer part that supports the channel so that the channel is separated from the outer wall and inner wall.

Spacer item can contain two spacer ribs that protrude from the outer surface of the channel to accommodate channel at the same distance, respectively, from the outer to Enki and the inner wall. Preferably, the spacer ribs are symmetrical relative to each other.

The refrigerator may further comprise a holder channel that secures the channel to the side wall of the refrigerating chamber.

The channel can be installed inside between the outer wall and the inner wall is provided, in which the channel is fixed with the bracket channel.

The holder of a channel may contain at least the receiving device, which securely holds the channel, and the spacer protrusions that protrude outwards from the receiving device for the channel to position the channel at a distance from the outer and inner walls.

At least one channel may include a pair of channels, and at least one receiving device for channel may include a pair of receivers for channels that are connected to each other so that the receiving device for the channel is made as a single unit, and the receiving device for the channel can accommodate, respectively, the channels.

Preferably, the refrigerator further comprises a first heater that prevents the phenomena of freezing in the cooling chamber through the cold air passing through the channel.

In this case, the channel is installed in the side wall of the refrigerating chamber and the first heater is located on the inside top of the spine of the side wall.

Preferably, the inner wall of the refrigerating chamber contains the first hole, which forms one end of the device channel, and the first heater is located next to the first hole.

The refrigerator may further comprise a guide to cold air, which is located in the septum that separates the refrigerating chamber and the freezing chamber, for connecting the device channel freezer.

The partition may include a cover which is connected with the possibility of removal from the guide to cold air. Guide cold air can contain channel air flow which directs the cold air generated by the heat exchanger in the device channel and a reverse channel that directs cold air is directed through the device channel, after leaving the chamber of ice in the freezer.

The refrigerator may further comprise a second heater that is located on one surface of the partition wall facing the inner space of the refrigerating chamber, to prevent the phenomenon of freezing in the cooling chamber through the guide for cold air. The second heater may operate selectively in accordance with a preset mode.

In this case, the camera was formed who I ice formed on the site of doors of the refrigerating chamber, which opens or closes the inner space of the refrigerator. The device channel includes a first opening that is provided on the inner wall of the refrigerating chamber and forms one end of the device channel that is connected to one side of the node of doors of the refrigerating chamber. The site of doors of the refrigerating chamber contains the second hole, which is connected with the first hole, for connecting the device channel with an inner space of a chamber of ice.

The refrigerator may further comprise a sealing element, which is provided, at least, or in the first hole or the second hole to prevent air leakage between the first and second holes.

The sealing element may include a gasket and fastening element for the strip that secures the gasket, at least on the first or second holes.

The fastening element strip may include a supporting element for the strip, which connects at least one of the first and second holes, and the holder strip that secures the gasket on the supporting element for the strip.

Luggage ice formation may include the device channel of the door, which is installed in the node of doors of the refrigerating chamber for opening or closing the internal space of the refrigerating chamber, for which soedineniya device channel with the inner space of the refrigerating chamber.

Luggage ice formation may include a compartment for ice, which holds the ice machine for ice using cold air generated by the heat exchanger, and the cell door ice formation, which opens or closes an opening formed on the rear side of the branch ice.

The cell door ice can swivel to move by means of a hinge mounted on one side of the branch ice. The cell door ice formation may include the hinge cover, which closes the hinge.

The predominant effects

The refrigerator in accordance with the present invention includes various purposes, as set forth below.

First, because the refrigerator in accordance with the present invention includes a device for directing cold air generated by the heat exchanger, which regulates the temperature of the freezing chamber, in the chamber of ice, then accordingly you can choose the position of the camera ice regardless of the structure or volume of the refrigerator. Consequently, it is possible to increase the degree of freedom of design of the refrigerator and reduce manufacturing costs of the refrigerator, as well as to maximize the internal space of the refrigerating chamber.

Secondly, the refrigerator in accordance with the present invention is convenient to use the refrigerating chamber and is easy to get the ice from the chamber of ice, because the freezer is located under the freezer.

Thirdly, in the refrigerator in accordance with the present invention can prevent the occurrence of the phenomenon of freezing in the cooling chamber through the device for directing cold air that directs cold air, because the heater is located on the inner surface of the refrigerating chamber.

Fourthly, in the refrigerator in accordance with the present invention can easily fill foaming liquid, because the channel is located in a predetermined position between the outer wall and inner wall, which form one side wall of the refrigerating chamber by means of spacer ribs and/or spacer tabs.

Fifth, because the refrigerator in accordance with the present invention contains a carrier channel to secure the channel on one side wall of the refrigerating chamber, it is possible to easily set the channel.

Sixthly, because the refrigerator in accordance with the present invention includes a hinge cover, which closes the hinge when opening or closing the door attached to the hinge, cameras, ice formation, it is possible to prevent accidental pinching of a body part of the user in the hinge by negligence, and to provide a beautiful appearance of the camera of ice.

Crack the E. description of the drawings

The attached drawings are included to provide further understanding of the present invention, illustrate embodiments of the present invention and together with the description serve to explain the principles of the present invention.

In the drawings:

figure 1 is a perspective view of a refrigerator illustrating the open position of the door of the refrigerating chamber and an open position of the door freezer;

figure 2 is a front view illustrating a refrigerator in accordance with the first embodiment of the present invention;

figure 3 is a perspective view illustrating the open position of the door of the refrigerating chamber and an open position of the door freezer in the refrigerator at 2;

4 is a perspective view illustrating the trajectory of the cold air in the chamber of ice and device for guiding cold air in the refrigerator at 2;

5 is a perspective view illustrating the inside of one door of the refrigerating chamber, in which the camera is located the formation of ice in the refrigerator at 2;

6 is a perspective view of the refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention, illustrating the open position of the door of the refrigerating chamber and an open position of the door freezer;

7 - pen is-promising appearance, illustrating the device for directing cold air and one door of the refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention;

Fig is a perspective view with a spatial separation of the parts, illustrating the sealing element used in the refrigerator 7;

Fig.9 is a view in section, illustrating the sealing element used in the refrigerator 7;

figure 10 is a front view illustrating the inner housing contained in the refrigerator door, which is used in the refrigerator in accordance with a third embodiment of the present invention;

11 is a perspective view with a spatial separation of the parts, illustrating the device channel of the door, mounted on the internal housing figure 10, and the sealing element mounted on the device channel of the door;

Fig is a perspective view illustrating the device for directing the cold air and the door of the refrigerator, used refrigerator in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention;

Fig is a perspective view illustrating a part of the channel forming device for directing cold air on Fig;

Fig is a view in section, illustrating the position in which the channel Fig installed on one wall of the refrigerator;

<> Fig is a perspective view illustrating the holder channel, used in refrigerator, in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention;

Fig is a view in section, illustrating the position in which the channel is mounted on one wall of the refrigerator with the bracket channel on Fig;

Fig is a perspective view illustrating a first heater that is used in the refrigerator, in accordance with the fifth embodiment of the present invention and installed in the wall of the refrigerating chamber;

Fig is a perspective view of a refrigerator in accordance with the sixth embodiment of the present invention, illustrating the open position of the door of the refrigerating chamber and the door freezer;

Fig is a perspective view illustrating the guide for cold air, located on the wall of the refrigerator Fig;

Fig is a perspective view illustrating the cover of the wall, which opens or closes the guide for cold air to Fig;

Fig is a perspective view illustrating the position in which the guide cold air cover is closed partitions on Fig; and

Fig - perspective camera view of the ice used in the refrigerator according to the seventh embodiment of the present izopet the tion, back.

The best method of performing the present invention

Details will be made reference to the preferred embodiments of the present invention, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings. In the following description, the same name and reference number will denote the same configuration, and no further description will not be given.

Figure 2 depicts a front view illustrating a refrigerator in accordance with the first embodiment of the present invention. Figure 3 depicts a perspective view illustrating the open position of the door of the refrigerating chamber and an open position of the door freezer in the fridge in figure 2. Figure 4 depicts a perspective view illustrating the trajectory of the cold air in the chamber of ice and device for guiding cold air into the fridge in figure 2. Figure 5 depicts a perspective view illustrating the inside of one door of the refrigerating chamber, in which the camera is located ice in the fridge in figure 2.

As shown in figure 2-5, the refrigerator in accordance with the first embodiment of the present invention includes a housing 100 of the refrigerator and the camera 500 ice in which the ice is formed.

The interior of the body 10 of the refrigerator is divided into a refrigerating chamber 200 and the freezer 300.

Although not shown, the shelves and drawers of various forms are located in the refrigerating chamber 200 to efficiently accommodate different types of food product.

The flow of cold air supplied to the refrigerating chamber 200 on one side of the refrigerating chamber 200, impact drawers and shelves, so that convection of cold air is limited or regulated. As a result, cold air is supplied in different quantities in parts of the refrigerating chamber 200 formed shelves and boxes, respectively, so that part of the refrigerating chamber 200 have different temperature settings. Thus, it is possible to store a food product in the relevant part of the refrigerating chamber 200, depending on the storage conditions of the food product.

Meanwhile, a refrigerating chamber 200 is open at its front side. Refrigerating chamber 200 includes a node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber, which selectively opens or closes the front side of the refrigerating chamber 200. Thus, the node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber opens or closes the inner space of the refrigerating chamber 200.

The node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber comprises a pair of hinged doors 410 and 420 are pivotally connected to the body 100 of the refrigerator.

Left door hinged doors 410 and 420, that is, the door 410 may be pivotally connected at its left end with a left corners of the PE Edna side of the refrigerating chamber 200, accordingly, by means of hinges. Right door of hinged doors 410 and 420, that is, the door 420 may be pivotally connected at its right end with a right corners of the front side of the refrigerating chamber 200, respectively, by means of hinges. Thus, the left and right doors 410 and 420 capable of being opened independently from each other.

Shelves 411 and 421 can be installed in the node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber to accommodate bottles of drinks and other food products.

Freezer 300 is adapted for storing fish, meat or food product that must be stored for a long period of time in a frozen state. Boxes and baskets (not shown) located in the freezing chamber 300 for separate storage of various food products that should be stored in a frozen state, depending on the size or condition of the food product.

The temperature of the freezing chamber 300 is governed by the heat exchanger 310 is installed in the body 100 of the refrigerator. In detail, the inner space of the freezing chamber 300 is maintained in a low temperature condition by using cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, for freezing the food stored in the freezing chamber 300.

In other words, the refrigerant, which passes through the heat exchanger 310, ispara the tsya, when he absorbs heat from the cold air supplied to the freezing chamber 300, thereby reducing the temperature of the cold air. Thus, the inner space of the freezing chamber 300 is maintained at a temperature suitable for storage of the food product in a frozen state.

The heat exchanger 310 is located on the rear side of the freezing chamber 300, in particular, on the back of the drawer 330 to store, located in the freezing chamber 300. Here's mailbox 330 for storage accommodates these drawers and/or baskets for storing food.

Preferably, the fan (not shown) is located on one side of the heat exchanger 310 for forced circulation of air in the freezing chamber 300.

The door 320 freezer is located on the open front side of the freezing chamber 300 for opening or closing the freezing chamber 300. The door 320 freezer pivotally connected at its lower end with the lower end of the front side of the case 330 for storage. Box 330 for storing connected to the body 100 of the refrigerator so that the drawer 330 for storing extends slidable in front and rear directions. Box 330 for storing able to move forward and draw back with the door 320 freezer.

The lower handle 321 may pricipled the Xia to the front surface of the door 320 freezer for opening or closing the door 320 freezer. Shelf 322, which can accommodate the food product may be attached to the rear surface of the door 320 freezer.

Meanwhile, in this embodiment, the heat exchanger 310 is adapted to perform the regulation of the temperature in the refrigerating chamber 200, and the freezing chamber 300. Of course, in the refrigerating chamber 200, the temperature control can be carried out by a separate heat exchanger (not shown).

Refrigerating chamber 200 and the freezing chamber 300, which are, respectively, the aforementioned configurations, separated by a partition wall 210.

Usually refrigerating chamber 200 is used more frequently compared to the freezing chamber 300. To this end, preferably, a refrigerating chamber 200 was located above the freezer compartment 300, so it's easy to get the food stored in the refrigerating chamber 200, while not leaning.

Accordingly, the baffle 210 is located horizontally in the body 100 of the refrigerator, so that the partition wall 210 forms the lower part of the refrigerating chamber 200 and the upper part of the freezing chamber 300.

Meanwhile, the camera 500 ice formation is primarily intended for ice and frozen storage. Preferably, the camera 500 ice was located in the corresponding position in the refrigerator for a user who perhaps could easily get ice, formed in the chamber 500 ice formation, regardless of the size or volume of the refrigerator, and the location of the freezer compartment 300 and the refrigerating chamber 200.

In normal cases, in which there is a restriction on the location of the camera ice, because the camera ice should be placed in the freezer, there is a problem in the camera position of the ice in the corresponding position in the refrigerator.

Therefore, in order not only to form the ice using the specified heat exchanger without the use of a separate heat exchanger for ice formation, and to provide the location of the ice machine in the proper position, allowing the user easier to get the ice formed by the ice machine, it is preferable that the refrigerator contained device for directing cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, the camera 500 ice.

In other words, the distinguishing feature of the present invention is that the fridge contains a device for guiding cold air to the direction of the cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, to ensure the location of the ice machine in the best position regardless of the size or volume of the refrigerator, and location borosilicate 300 and the refrigerating chamber 200.

This feature of the present invention is more effective when the freezer 300 is located below the refrigerating chamber 200.

In other words, when the refrigerating chamber 200 is located above the freezer compartment 300, you can easily get the food product stored in the internal space of the refrigerating chamber 200, in particular, in the lower part of the refrigerating compartment 200.

In addition, it is preferable that the camera 500 ice was located in the refrigerating chamber 200 so that the user could easily get the ice stored in the camera 500 ice. In the illustrated case, the camera 500 ice formation is located in the node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber.

As shown in figure 2-5, the dispenser 430 is also located in the node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber in addition to the camera 500 ice. Dispenser 430 operates so that the user could get the water purified in the refrigerator, and the ice formed in the chamber 500 of the formation of ice on the outside of the refrigerator. Working button 450 to regulate internal temperatures in the chambers in the refrigerator and other functions, as well as the device 440 display for displaying the operating state of the refrigerator are located on the front surface of the body 100 of the refrigerator.

In accordance with this variant implementation of the ia camera 500 ice formation is located on the inner side node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber, in particular, on the inner side of the left door 410. Dispenser 430 is located for the issuance of the ice stored in the camera 500 ice formation on the front side of the left door 410. Of course, the camera 500 ice and dispenser 430 can be located on the right door 420.

In order for the dispenser 430 unloaded the ice formed in the chamber 500 ice formation under the action of gravity, it is preferable that the camera 500 ice was located above the dispenser 430.

The camera 500 ice has a rear wall which projects from the left door 410 in the refrigerating chamber 200.

The camera 500 ice contains branch 510 ice, which is ice 511, adapted for the formation of ice using cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, and the door 520 camera ice, which opens or closes the hole formed on the rear side branch 510 ice.

The camera 500 ice formed by the inner casing (not shown)connected to the rear surface of the left door 410. Therefore, the inner space of the camera 500 ice is separated from the internal space of the refrigerating chamber 200.

Ice machine 511, which forms the ice using cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, is located on the principles of Enna side of the camera 500 ice, that is, the branch 510 ice. Device 512 filing also installed in the Department 510 ice. Device 512 supply is located under the ice machine 511 for the storage and supply of ice formed by the ice machine 511.

Device 512 filing not only keeps the ice formed by the ice machine 511, but also delivers the ice to the dispenser 430 to the user to be able to get ice through the dispenser 430, if necessary.

Meanwhile, the device for guiding cold air is intended for the direction of the cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, the Department 510 ice chamber 500 ice.

As shown in figure 3 and 4, the device for guiding cold air contains device 600 channel which connects with the camera 500 ice.

In detail, the device 600 channel defines a flow path of cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310. Preferably, the refrigerator in accordance with the first embodiment of the present invention further comprises a fan 630 to supply cold air is forcibly directs the cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310 through the camera 500 ice.

Therefore, part of the cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, is fed into the chamber 500 ice through the device 600 channel in accordance with the actuation of the fan 630 to supply cold air.

The camera 500 ice formation can be performed for selective connection device 600 of the channel, as in this embodiment.

In detail, the camera 500 ice and the device 600 channel is made to connect with each other only in the closed state of the left door 410.

In other words, when the left door 410 is closed, the camera 500 ice connects to the device 600 channel.

For this configuration, the first hole 601 is formed in the inner wall of the refrigerating chamber 200. The first hole 601 forms one end of the device 600 of the channel, in particular, the upper end of the device 600 of the channel. The second hole 501, which selectively communicates with the first hole 601 is formed in the node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber, in particular, the left door 410.

When the second hole 501 is connected with the first hole 610, the second hole 501 is connected with the internal space of the camera 500 ice formation, in particular, the Department 510 ice.

In detail, when the left door 410 is closed, the second opening 501 is connected with the first opening 601. On the other hand, when the left door 410 is open, the second hole 501 is detached from the first hole 601.

Although not shown, the camera 500 ice formation can be performed in such a way that always connects to the device 600 channel. For this Conf the configuration device 600 channel can directly be connected at one end with one side of the node 400 refrigerator door, on which is formed a chamber 500 ice formation, and may be connected at the other end with one side of the freezing chamber 300.

The device 600 channel includes at least one channel, two channels 610 and 620 in the illustrated case located on one side wall of the refrigerating chamber 200.

Where the camera 500 ice formation is located on the left door 410, as in this embodiment, it is preferable that the channels 610 and 620 were located on the left wall of the refrigerating chamber 200.

Channels 610 and 620 are used to supply cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, the camera 500 ice. In the future, these channels are collectively referred to as channel 610 air supply.

In this embodiment, the channel 610 air supply is designed in such a way that one end of the channel 610 air supply, that is, the upper end of the channel 610 air supply connects to the camera 500 ice formation, and the other end of the channel 610 air supply, that is, the lower end of the channel 610 air supply connected to the freezing chamber 300. In accordance with this configuration, the channel 610 air flow directs a portion of the cold air lodged in the freezer 300, the camera 500 ice.

Of course, the other end of the channel 610 air supply may be open on one side of the heat exchanger 310, so that the anal 610 air supply directly sucks cold air from the heat exchanger 310 for directing the intake of cold air into the chamber 500 ice.

Meanwhile, cold air lodged in the chamber 500 ice absorbs the heat from the water in the chamber 500 ice. Cold air coming out of the camera 500 ice formation, may be supplied to the interior of the refrigerating chamber 200. However, it is preferable that the cold air coming out of the camera 500 ice, returned to the freezing chamber 300, whereas the temperature difference between the cold air in the refrigerating chamber 200 and the cold air in the chamber 500 ice.

To this end, the device 60 of the channel, preferably, further comprises a channel 620, which is connected with the camera 500 ice formation, for directing cold air from the chamber 500 ice formation in the freezer 300. In a further channel 620 is referred to as reverse channel.

One end of the return channel 620, that is, the upper end of the return channel 620 is connected to the camera 500 ice, while the other end of the return channel 620, that is, the lower end of the return channel 620 is connected to one side of the freezing chamber 300, so that the reverse channel 620 is connected with the inner space of the freezing chamber 300.

Meanwhile, the first opening 601 contains a hole 601a air supply side of the channel, which provides a supply of cold air coming out of the channel 610 supply air into the chamber 500 about what adowanie ice. The second hole 501 contains inlet 501a on the side of the door, which is formed in the inner wall of the left door 410, so that the inlet 501a-side door selectively connects with a hole 601a air supply side of the channel.

Where the device 600 channel further comprises a reverse channel 620, as in this embodiment, the first opening 601 further comprises inlet 601b on the side of the channel, which takes the cold air coming out of the camera 500 ice for directions received cold air in the freezing chamber 300. In this case, the second hole 501 further comprises a discharge outlet 501b on the side of the door, which is formed in the inner wall of the left door 410, so that the exhaust port 501b side door selectively communicates with the inlet hole 601b on the side of the channel.

Meanwhile, at least one of the channels 610 and 620, in particular, at least one of the channel 610 air supply and return channel 620, preferably, is located between the outer and inner walls forming one side of the refrigerating chamber 200, that is, the left side of the refrigerating chamber 200.

The outer wall forms a left outer appearance of the body 100 of the refrigerator, while the inner wall forms a left inner wall of the refrigerating chamber 200./p>

In particular, it is preferable that the channel 610 air supply was located between the outer and inner walls, as the temperature of the cold air passing through the channel 610 of the supply air is lower than the temperature of the cold air passing through the reverse channel 620.

However, to minimize the impact of device 600 channel on the temperature of the refrigerating chamber 200, it is preferable that as the channel 610 air supply and return channels 620 are located between the outer and inner walls, as in this embodiment.

The space between the walls of the refrigerating chamber 200, that is, the outer and inner walls of the refrigerating chamber 200 is filled with an insulating material such as foamed urethane, to prevent changes in the internal temperature of the refrigerating chamber 200 through the cold air passing through the device 600 of the channel and minimize the increase in temperature of the cold air passing through the channels 610 and 620.

Where the channel 610 air supply is located on the left side of the refrigerating chamber 200 in the space between the outer and inner walls of the refrigerating chamber 200, it is preferable that the first opening 601 was located on the left inner wall of the refrigerating chamber 200. In this case, it is preferable that the second hole 501 was located on NR the internal body node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber.

In detail, the hole 601a air supply-side channel and the inlet 601b-side channel can be formed in the front portion of the left inner wall of the refrigerating chamber 200.

One end of the channel 610 air supply, that is, the outlet channel 610 air supply is connected to the hole 601a air supply-side channel. One end of the return channel 620, that is, the inlet of the reverse channel 620 is connected to the inlet hole 601b on the side of the channel.

Meanwhile, the inlet 501a on the side of the door and the exhaust port 501b on the side of the door is formed on the inner housing, so that they correspond to the hole 601a air supply-side channel and the inlet hole 601b on the side of the channel, respectively.

Where one end of the channel 610 air supply is from the internal wall of the refrigerating chamber 200, the outlet channel 610 air supply may form the hole of the air supply-side channel. On the other hand, where one end of the return channel 620 protrudes from the inner wall of the refrigerating chamber 200, the inlet of the reverse channel 620 may form a hole for the supply air side of the channel.

In accordance with the above configuration, when the left door 410 is closed, the first hole 601 and the second hole 501 are connected to each other. In atamasthana part of the cold air, filed in the freezer 300, served inside the camera 500 ice through the channel 610 air supply. In addition, cold air, used for the formation of ice in the chamber 500 ice, returned to the freezing chamber 300 through the reverse channel 620.

Below will be described the operation of the refrigerator having the above configuration according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

First, the cold air, which is served in the freezer 300 after cooling heat exchanger 310, frozen food stored in the freezing chamber 300.

Part of the cold air, which is served in the freezer 300 after cooling heat exchanger 310 is directed into the chamber 500 ice with a device for guiding cold air, in particular, the device 600 channel.

In detail, a portion of the cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, forcibly fed into the chamber 500 ice through the channel 610 air supply fan 630 to supply cold air.

Between the cold air lodged in the chamber 500 of ice and water, served in ice machine 540, there is a heat exchange. Thus, ice formation is carried out in the chamber 500 ice.

The cold air which has been heat exchange, that is, to what that was used for the formation of ice, served in the reverse channel 620 through the inlet 601b on the side of the channel, coupled with the outlet 501b on the side of the door, and then returned to the freezer 300 through the reverse channel 620.

Cold air lodged in the freezer 300, cools when you heat exchange with the heat exchanger 310. The resulting cold air is then fed into a freezer 300 or camera 500 ice.

Ice formed in the chamber 500 ice is stored in the device 512 filing. The ice stored in the device 512 filing, and subsequently is discharged to the outside through the dispenser 420 in accordance with the user's work.

Execution method according to the present invention

Below, with reference to Fig.6-9 will be described refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention.

6 depicts a perspective view of the refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention, illustrating the open position of the door of the refrigerating chamber and the open freezer door. 7 depicts a perspective view illustrating the device for directing cold air and one door of the refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention. Fig depicts a perspective view of the spatial section is the group of parts, illustrating the sealing element used in the refrigerator 7. Fig.9 depicts a view in section, illustrating the sealing element used in the refrigerator 7.

The main elements of a refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention are identical to the main constituent elements of the refrigerator in accordance with the first embodiment of the present invention. In the following description, given with reference to a refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention, the constituent elements identical to the constituent elements of the first variant implementation of the present invention, will be denoted by the same reference numbers as reference numbers used in the first embodiment of the present invention, respectively, and no further description will not be given.

The refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention includes sealing elements 710 and 720 to prevent leakage of cold air between the first opening 601 and the second opening 501.

To open or closed door 520 camera ice in the refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention on the door 520 ka the minimum level of ice by a handle 521. In addition, the door 520 camera ice hinged to one edge of the hole formed in the rear wall of the compartment 510 ice.

The design of the opening/closing door 520 camera ice and handle 521 can be used in the refrigerator according to the first embodiment of the present invention in the same manner as described above.

The hole formed in the rear wall of the compartment 510 of ice, formed on the inner cladding 530, which is connected with the inner wall of the left door 410.

Therefore, when the user pulls the handle 521 is in the open position the left door 410, the door 520 camera ice opens when the hinge is moved.

Sealing elements 710 and 720 may be provided on one of the first and second holes 601 and 501.

Sealing elements 710 and 720 may be provided on the first and second holes 601 and 501, respectively.

Below, with reference to Fig and 9 will be described in detail sealing elements 710 and 720. Since the sealing elements 710 and 720 have the same construction, the following description will be given only in conjunction with one of the sealing elements 710 and 720, for example, the sealing element 710.

Sealing element 710 is provided on the second hole 510 of the inner housing 530 and is intended for the of avoiding the leakage of cold air through the first opening 601 and the second hole 501.

Sealing element 710 includes gasket 711 and the fastening element strip for attaching the strip 711 to the first hole 601 is provided on the inner wall of the refrigerating chamber 200.

Gasket 711 is in contact with the first opening 601.

Fastening element for the strip includes a support element 713 for the strip, which is connected with the first hole 601, and the holder 712 strip that secures the gasket 711 on the supporting element 713 for installation.

In detail, the holder 712 strip is connected with the supporting element 713 to strip for securing the strip 711 on the supporting element 713 to strip. Supporting element 713 to strip connects with the edge of the first hole 601 for fastening strip 711 on the internal housing 530.

Gasket 711 includes a housing 711a strip and connector 711d holder for connection strip 711 with holder 712 strip.

Hole 711b for cold air is provided in the body 711a strip to provide a connection to each other cameras 500 ice and devices 600 channel. Hole 711b for cold air formed in the body 711a strip.

In this embodiment, the body 711a strip is formed from a ring-shaped element, so that the hole 711b for cold air formed in the Central part of the body 711a good is ADCI.

Preferably, the hole 711b for cold air was provided by a reinforcing rib 711c. The reinforcing rib 711c contains the first edge having an approximately cross shape, and the annular second edge, which has an outer diameter smaller inner diameter hole 711b for cold air, and formed as one piece with the first edge.

Connector 711d holder forms a groove 711f to accommodate the holder to accommodate the holder 712 strip. For the formation of the groove 711f to accommodate the holder, the connector 711d holder passes radially inward from the edges of the body 711a strip and then passes radially outward after the bend.

Thus, the curved portion of the connector 711d holder forms a groove 711f to accommodate the holder 712 strip, as shown in Fig.9.

Holder 712 strip includes a housing 712a holder having an approximately annular shape, and at least one fastening element 712b, which is connected with the supporting element 713 for installation.

Case 712a holder is installed in the groove 711f to accommodate the holder. The fastening element 712b includes a hook extending from edges of the body 712a holder on one side of the body 712a of the holder, so that the hook is made as one piece with the body 712a holder.

The hook passes in the direction of the supporting element 713 Ave the masonry. The hook is connected with the supporting element 713 for the strip, thereby securing the gasket 711 on the supporting element 713 for installation.

In detail, the portion of the connector 711d holder, passing from the curved part of the connector 711d holder out of the housing 711a strip is inserted between the body 712a holder and the supporting member 713 for installation.

When the hook engages with the supporting member 713 for the strip, the strip 711 partially supported by the holder 712 strip and a support element 713 to strip. Thus, going the sealing element 710.

Meanwhile, the groove 711e hook through which the hook is formed in part of the connector 711d holder, passing from the curved part of the connector 711d holder out of the casing strip.

The number of grooves 711e of the hook is equal to the number of hooks. In this embodiment, four hooks 711e, which are located at a distance from each other at an angle of 90°, formed on the connector 711d holder. In addition, four hooks, which are located at a distance from each other at an angle of 90°, formed on the body 712a holder.

Supporting element 713 to strip includes a housing 713a of the support element and the connecting holes 713c to hook formed on the housing 713a of the support element, so that the connecting holes 713c to hook according to the frame of the hooks, respectively.

Case 713a of the support element has a recessed step, on which are mounted the holder 712 gaskets and gasket 711. The connecting hole 713b, having a predetermined diameter, is formed in the housing 713a of the support element inside the stairs. The connecting hole 713b connects with a hole 711b for cold air strip 711. The hooks pass through the connecting holes 713c for the hook, respectively, and engage with the rear surface of the housing 713a of the support element.

In detail, the grooves 713d for engagement with the hooks formed on the rear surface of the housing 713a of the support element. Grooves 713d for engagement with the hooks accommodate the respective ends of the hooks. The support ledge 712c formed on each hook. The support ledge 712c supports edge of the associated groove 713d for engagement with a hook on one side of the associated groove 713d for engagement with the hook. Each hook is preferably made of elastic material.

Therefore, when each hook 712b engages with the rear surface of the housing 713a of the support element after passing through the associated connection opening 713c for the hook part of the connector 711d holder is inserted between the body 712a holder and the housing 713a of the support element. Thus, the gasket 711 is fixed on the supporting element 713 for Proclus the DKI.

Preferably, the gasket 711 having the specified structure was made of the elastic element. For example, the gasket 711 may be made of material having elasticity such as rubber.

Supporting element 713 gasket is attached to the left door 210. In detail, the reference element 713 to strip attached to the second opening 501 of the internal casing 530, thereby supporting the holder 420 strip, so that the holder 420 strip is held firmly.

Sealing elements 710 and 720 that have the specified design, can also be provided on the first hole 601.

Where the first hole 601 contains a hole 601a air supply-side channel and the inlet 601b-side channel and the second hole 501 contains inlet 501a on the side of the door and the exhaust port 501b on the side of the door, sealing elements 710 and 720 are provided, at least one of the holes 601a air supply-side channel inlet 601b on the side of the channel, the inlet 501a on the door-side and outlet 501b on the side of the door.

In this case, it is preferable that the sealing elements 710 and 720 were provided, at least one of the holes 601a air supply-side channel and the inlet 501a on the side of the door, and less than the least on one of the inlet 601b on the side of the channel and outlet 501b on the side of the door. Sealing elements 710 and 720 may be provided on each of the holes 601a air supply-side channel inlet 601b on the side of the channel, the inlet 501a on the door-side and outlet 501b on the side of the door.

Meanwhile, in this embodiment, the cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, served in the channel 610 air supply after passing through the interior of the septum 210. Where the device 600 channel includes a reverse channel 620, the cold air coming out of the camera 500 ice, served in the freezer 300 after passing through the interior of the septum 210.

Lattice pallet 340 is located on the rear side of the freezing chamber 300 for the formation of a back wall of freezer compartment 300. Lattice pallet 340 includes an installation portion 341 for fan, in which is mounted the fan to the cold air supply (not shown).

Although not shown, components of the refrigerant cycle, such as the compressor and the heat exchanger 310 is installed on the rear side of the lattice fan 340.

Other configurations of the refrigerator in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention is identical to the configurations of the hall is delnicka first variant implementation of the present invention. Therefore, will not be given a re-description of identical configurations.

Below, with reference to figure 10 and 11 will be described refrigerator in accordance with a third embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 10 depicts a front view illustrating the inner housing contained in the refrigerator door, which is used in the refrigerator in accordance with a third embodiment of the present invention. 11 depicts a perspective view of the spatial separation of the parts, illustrating the device channel of the door, mounted on the internal housing, shown in figure 10, and the sealing element mounted in the device channel of the door.

The main elements of a refrigerator in accordance with a third embodiment of the present invention is identical to the main constituent elements of the refrigerator in accordance with the first embodiment of the present invention and/or the second embodiment of the present invention. In the following description, the refrigerator in accordance with a third embodiment of the present invention, the constituent elements identical to the constituent elements of the first variant of implementation and/or the second variant implementation of the present invention, will be denoted by the same reference numbers that reference the Omer, used in the first embodiment, and/or the second embodiment of the present invention, respectively, and no further description will not be given.

In accordance with a third embodiment of the present invention, the camera 500 ice contains the channel 540 doors, which connects the interior of the chamber 500 ice formation device 600 of the channel, as shown in figure 10 and 11.

Channel 540 doors provided on the node 400 of doors of the refrigerating chamber, in particular, on the inner side of the inner casing 530 left door 410.

As shown in figure 10, the upper wall of the internal housing 530 is recessed back to the education Department 510 ice. Channel 540 doors can be located inside the second hole 501 in such a way that the channel 540 of the door is connected with the second opening 501. Alternatively, the channel 540 doors can be opened to the outside of the inner casing 530 on one side of the channel 540 of the door so that the channel 540 of the door forms a second hole 501.

Channel 540 doors fit in the space formed between the second hole 501 and the Department 510 ice formation in the docked state.

Channel 540 doors contains the first part 541 of the channel, which connects to the channel 610 air supply, and a second portion 542 of the channel, which connects with the reverse channel is 620.

In this embodiment, the inlet opening of the first part 541 of the channel and the outlet of the second portion 542 of the channel form the inlet 501a on the side of the door and the exhaust port 501b on the side of the door, respectively. It is preferable that the sealing element 710 was provided at each inlet of the first part 541 of the channel and the outlet of the second portion 542 of the channel.

Below, more detail will be described channel 540 doors. The first part 541 channel includes a housing 541b formed in the center with a through hole 541a.

Preferably, the through hole 541a had the inlet opening, which forms an inlet 501a on the side of the door. Also preferably, the housing 541b had rung, recessed to a predetermined depth to accommodate the sealing element 710.

Preferably, the step has the edge, having the same form as the appearance of the support element 713 for the strip, and has a depth approximately equal to the thickness of the support element 713 gasket to prevent Jogging movement of the sealing element 710 after installation on the step.

Many of grooves 541c for installation of the support element is formed on the step for attaching the support element 713 strip to the step of the first part 541 of the channel. Furthermore, those with einfeldia tabs (not shown) formed on the supporting element 713 for installation.

The connecting projections which engage in grooves 541c for installation of the support element, respectively.

The second part 542 of the channel may have the same design, as the design of the first part 541 of the channel.

Meanwhile, the channel 540 doors made of insulating material to minimize heat loss of the cold air, because the channel 540 doors directs cold air lodged in the device 600 channel or coming out of it. Preferably, the channel 540 doors are made of insulating material such as expanded polystyrene (EPS), which can easily be molded and has a high insulating ability.

Thus, the cold air emerging from the heat exchanger 310, served in the Department 510 ice through the channel 610 air supply and the first part 541 channel 540 doors. On the other hand, the cold air coming from the Department 510 ice, returned to the freezing chamber 300 through the second portion 542 of the channel 540 doors and reverse channel 620.

Other configurations of the refrigerator in accordance with a third embodiment of the present invention is identical to the configuration of the refrigerator of the first variant of implementation and/or the second variant implementation of the present invention. Therefore, will not be given a re-description of identical configurations.

Below, with reference to Fig-16 is the description of the n refrigerator in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention.

Fig depicts a perspective view illustrating the device for directing the cold air and the door of the refrigerator, used refrigerator in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention. Fig depicts a perspective view illustrating a portion of the channel forming device for directing cold air on Fig. Fig depicts a view in section, illustrating the state in which the channel Fig installed on one wall of the refrigerator. Fig depicts a perspective view illustrating the holder channel, used in refrigerator, in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention. Fig depicts a view in section, illustrating the state in which the channel is mounted on one wall of the refrigerator with the bracket channel on Fig.

The main elements of a refrigerator in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention is identical to the main constituent elements of the refrigerator in accordance with at least one of the first-third embodiments of the present invention. In the following description, this along with a refrigerator in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention, the constituent elements identical constituent elements,at least one of the first-third embodiments of the present invention, will be denoted by the same reference numbers as reference numbers used in at least one of the first-third embodiments of the present invention, respectively, and no further description will not be given.

As shown in Fig-14, refrigerator in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention contains a spacer element, which locates at a distance of channels inside on one side wall of the refrigerator, from the outer wall O, and the inner wall I, forming the side wall of the refrigerator.

The channels contain the specified channel 610 air supply and return channels 620.

The spacer element supports the channel 610 air supply and/or return channel 620, placed at a distance from the outer wall O, and the inner wall I.

The spacer element is provided to minimize heat loss of the cold air passing through the device 600 of the channel and the light filling the foamed fluid between the outer wall of the O and the inner wall I.

Preferably, the spacer element has been configured to host the same distance each of the channels 610 and 620 from the outer wall O, and the inner wall I.

Spacer element, at measures which, contains one spacer rib protruding from the outer surface of the associated one of the channels 610 and 620.

Spacer rib is intended for the location of the associated channel, i.e. channel 610 air supply or return channel 620, in a predetermined position on one side wall of the refrigerating chamber 200.

In this embodiment, the spacer element contains two spacer ribs 611a or 621a, which are symmetrically protrude from the outer surface of the associated channel 610 air supply or return channel 620. Preferably, the spacer ribs 611a and spacer ribs 621a were provided in the channel 610 air supply and return channel 620, respectively.

Spacer ribs 611a or 621a pass in opposite directions from the outer surface of the associated channel 610 or 620, respectively.

Thus, the channel 610 air supply and/or return channel 620 is located in the center between the outer wall of the O and the inner wall I.

Spacer ribs 611a or 621a preferably have the shape of a small cross-sectional area to minimize the square spacer ribs 611a or 621a in contact with the outer wall O and the inner wall of I. Consequently, it is possible to minimize heat loss due to the spacer ribs.

When the channels 610 and 620 are centrally located internally between the wall I and the outer wall O, foamed liquid L filling the space between the outer wall of the O and the inner wall I can evenly pass through. In other words, since the distance between each of the channels 610 and 620 and the inner wall I and the distance between each of the channels 610 and 620 and the outer wall O are equal, the foamed liquid L can completely fill the space between the inner wall I and the outer wall of the O.

Meanwhile, the channel 610 air supply contains at least one primary channel 611, which directs cold air to the straight passage, and a connecting channel 612, which changes the flow direction of cold air passing through the channel 610 air supply. The connecting channel 612 may be connected with one end of the main channel 611. Where the channel 610 air supply, for example, contains two main channels 611, the connecting channel 612 can connect with facing each other with all the main channels 611.

Where the channel 610 air supply contains in addition to the channel 610 supply air return channel 620, the reverse channel 620 contains like channel 610 air supply, at least one main channel 621, which directs cold air to the straight passage, and a connecting channel 622, which changes the direction of flow of cold air passing is via a reverse channel 620. The connecting channel 622 may be connected with one end of the main channel 621. Where the reverse channel 620 includes, for example, two main channels 621, the connecting channel 622 can connect with facing each other with all the main channels 621.

Each of the main channels 611 and 621 has an approximately rectangular shape. Each of the connecting channels 612 and 622 has a curved shape to the flow direction of cold air. The connecting channel 612 or 622 may form one end of the associated channel 610 air supply or return channel 620. Where the connecting channel 612 or 622 is connected between adjacent main channels 611 or 621, it changes the flow direction of cold air.

In this embodiment, the spacer ribs 611a and 621a provided, respectively, on the outer surfaces of the associated connecting channels 612 and 622. However, the present invention is not limited to this location. Spacer ribs 611a and 621a, respectively, may be provided on outer surfaces of the associated main channels 611 and 621.

The refrigerator in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention may further comprise a holder 800 channel, which is used to keep the channels 610 and 620 on one side wall of the refrigerating chamber 200.

In detail, p is at least one of the channel 610 air supply and return channel 620 is connected to the holder 800 channel and attached to one side wall of the refrigerating chamber 200 by means of the holder 800 channel.

As shown in Fig, 15 and 16, the holder 800 channel includes receiving devices 810 and 820 channel that can accommodate, respectively, the channels 610 and 620 in the docked state.

In this embodiment, the holder 800 channels simultaneously secures the channel 610 air supply and return channels 620. With this purpose, it is preferable that the holder 800 channel contained a couple of receivers channel, that is, the receiving device 810 and 820 of the channel, which are connected to each other so that they form one whole.

Further, the receiving device 810 channel, which accommodates the channel 610 air supply, also known as the first receiver channel, while the receiving device 820 channel, which accommodates the reverse channel 620, also called the second receiver channel.

The receiving device 810 and 820 channel have holes 811 and 812 for receiving channel, through which pass, respectively, the channels 610 and 620. The receiving device 810 and 820 of the channel are connected to each other by means of connecting ribs 830.

Form holes 811 and 821 to accommodate the channel correspond to the outer shapes of cross-section of the channel 610 air supply obratsova channel 620, respectively. Therefore, the channel 610 air supply and return channels 620 are fixed when they are installed in the hole 811 for receiving channel of the first receiving device 810 of the channel and the hole 821 for receiving channel of the second receiving device 820 channel, respectively.

In addition to this configuration, the holder 800 channel, preferably, contains at least one spacer protrusion 840, protruding outward from the outer surface of each of the receiving devices 810 and 820 of the channel.

Spacer protrusion 840 has the same function as the function of these spacer ribs 611a and 621a. Therefore, the device 600 can also include spacer protrusions 840 or only the spacer ribs 611a and 621a.

The difference between the spacer protrusions 840 and spacer ribs 611a and 621a is that the spacer protrusions 840 protrude from the respective outer surfaces of the receiving devices 810 and 820 of the channel, whereas the spacer ribs 611a and 621a protrude from the respective outer surfaces of the channels 610 and 620.

Spacer protrusions 840 formed on each of the receiving devices 810 and 820 of the channel, are located on opposite sides of the associated receiving device 810 or 820 channel. Therefore, the spacer protrusions 840 hold the channel 610 air supply and return channel 620 in a Central position between the outer with what encou O and the inner wall I.

Where the channel 610 air supply and return channels 620 are located in the center between the inner wall I and the outer wall O, foamed liquid L filling the space between the inner wall I and the outer wall O, can be carried out uniformly. Therefore, the foamed liquid L can completely fill the space between the inner wall I and the outer wall of the O.

Other configurations of the refrigerator in accordance with the fourth embodiment of the present invention is identical to the configuration of the refrigerator of the first-third embodiments of the present invention. Therefore, will not be given a re-description of identical configurations.

Below, with reference to Fig refrigerator will be described in accordance with the fifth embodiment of the present invention.

Fig depicts a perspective view illustrating a first heater that is used in the refrigerator, in accordance with the fifth embodiment of the present invention and installed in the wall of the refrigerating chamber.

The main elements of a refrigerator in accordance with the fifth embodiment of the present invention is identical to the main constituent elements of the refrigerator in accordance with at least one of the first-fourth embodiments of this izaberete the Oia. In the following description, the refrigerator in accordance with the fifth embodiment of the present invention, the constituent elements identical constituent elements, at least one of the first-fourth embodiments of the present invention, will be denoted by the same reference numbers as reference numbers used in at least one of the first-fourth embodiments of the present invention, respectively, and no further description will not be given.

As shown in Fig, refrigerator in accordance with the fifth embodiment of the present invention includes the first heater 851, which prevents the occurrence of the phenomenon of freezing in the refrigerating chamber 200 through the cold air passing through the channels 610 and 620.

In this case, at least one of the channels 610 and 620, that is, channel 610 air supply and return channel 620, is located in one side wall of the refrigerating chamber 200. The first heater 851 is located on one side wall of the refrigerating chamber 200.

In detail, the channels 610 and 620 are located between the outer wall of the O and the inner wall I of the refrigerating chamber 200. The first heater 851 is located on the inner wall I of the refrigerating chamber 200. In other words, the first heater 851 installed on the inner wall I of x is Lodeinoe camera 200 to increase the temperature of the inner wall I of the refrigerating chamber 200. In particular, the first heater 851, preferably, is located on one surface of the inner wall I of the refrigerating chamber 200, filled with foam in contact with the liquid L, so that the first heater 851 does not open outward.

More preferably, the first heater 851 is located next to the first hole 601.

Cold air is supplied into the device 600 of the channel through the hole 601a air supply side of the channel, and exits the device 600 channel through the inlet 601b on the side of the channel. If there are holes 601a air supply-side channel and the inlet 601b on the side of the channel is not a heater, such as the first heater 851, there is a decrease in the temperature around the hole 601a air supply-side channel and the inlet 601b on the side of the channel due to the influence of cold air passing through the device 600 channel. For this reason, it is preferable that the first heater 851 was located next to the first hole 601.

The first heater 851 heats the inner wall of the refrigerating chamber 200, so that the temperature of the inner wall of the refrigerating chamber 200 is similar to the internal temperature of the refrigerating chamber 200.

In detail, preferably, the first heater 851 was located around each of the holes 601a air supply one hundred is one channel and the inlet 601b on the side of the channel. The first heater 851 includes a heating wire having a lot of curved parts. Heating wire generates heat when an external energy is applied to the wire.

Although not shown, the refrigerator may further comprise a temperature sensor that measures the temperature of the wall of the refrigerating chamber 200, and a power controller that selectively enables or disables the heater 130 on the basis of values measured by the temperature sensor.

Using the first heater 851 having the above configuration, it is possible to prevent the occurrence of the phenomenon of freezing on the inner surface of the refrigerating chamber 200 through the cold air passing through the hole 601a air supply-side channel and the inlet 601b on the side of the channel.

Other configurations of the refrigerator in accordance with the fifth embodiment of the present invention is identical to the configurations of the first-fourth embodiments of the present invention. Therefore, will not be given a re-description of identical configurations.

Below, with reference to Fig-21 will be described refrigerator in accordance with the sixth embodiment of the present invention.

The main elements of a refrigerator in accordance with the sixth embodiment of this izaberete the Oia is identical to the main constituent elements of the refrigerator in accordance, at least one of the first-fifth embodiments of the present invention. In the following description, the refrigerator in accordance with the sixth embodiment of the present invention, the constituent elements identical constituent elements, at least one of the first-fifth embodiments of the present invention, will be denoted by the same reference numbers and reference numbers used in at least one of the first-fifth embodiments of the present invention, respectively, and no further description will not be given.

Fig depicts a perspective view of the refrigerator in accordance with the sixth embodiment of the present invention, illustrating the open position of the door of the refrigerating chamber and the freezer door. Fig depicts a perspective view illustrating the guide for cold air, located on the wall of the refrigerator Fig. Fig depicts a perspective view illustrating the cover of the wall, which opens or closes the guide for cold air to Fig. Fig depicts a perspective view illustrating the state in which the guide cold air cover is closed partitions on Fig.

As shown in Fig-21, refrigerator according the sixth embodiment of the present invention contains a guide 900 to cold air, which is located on the partition wall 210 that separates the refrigerating chamber 200 and the freezer 300.

Guide 900 for cold air made with the possibility of connection device 600 of the channel and the freezing chamber 300.

In detail, the guide 900 for cold air contains channel 910 of the air flow which directs the cold air generated by the heat exchanger 310, the channel 610 air supply.

Where the device 600 channel further comprises a reverse channel 620, as described above, the guide 900 for cold air further comprises a reverse channel 920.

In this case, it is preferable that the separation wall 930 was located between the channel 910 of the air supply and return channel 920.

Reverse channel 920 directs the cold air that is routed through the device channel, in particular, the reverse channel 620, after leaving the camera 500 ice formation in the freezer 300.

In detail, the channel 910 air supply contains a hole 911 to supply air, which passes vertically, and guide 912 for air supply, which directs cool air from the openings 911 for air flow in the channel 610 air supply.

Reverse channel 920 contains a hole 921 to return cold air, which passes vertically, and guide 922 to return cold air is and, which directs cool air from the return channel 620 in the hole 921 to return cold air.

In addition to the configuration partition 210 includes a cover 211, which opens or closes the guide 900 for cold air.

The cover 211 is connected with the possibility of removal from the guide 900 for cold air. Cover 211 includes a cover 211a to supply air for opening or closing the channel 910 of the air supply and the cover 211b for return air opening or closing of the reverse channel 920. Preferably, the cover 211a for air supply and cover 211b for return air is made as one unit.

Cover 211 also includes a dividing groove 211c formed between the cover 211a for air supply and cover 211b to return air to provide a sealing effect between the channel 910 of the air supply and return channel 920.

Cover 211 having the above configuration is attached with the possibility of removal to the upper part of the guide 900 for cold air.

Where the cold air passing through the device 600 channel, passes through the inner side walls 210, as described above, it is preferable that the partition wall 210 has been installed second heater 861 to prevent the occurrence of the phenomenon of freezing on the inside of the refrigerating chamber 200.

P is edocfile, the second heater 861 is located on one surface of septum 210 facing the inner side of the refrigerating chamber 200, that is, the upper surface of septum 210. That is, the second heater 861 is located on the lower side of the refrigerating chamber 200. Electric wire 861a is connected to the second heater 861 to supply power to the second heater 861.

Where the partition wall 210 includes a cover 211 for opening or closing the guide 900 to cold air, as in this embodiment, more preferably, the second heater 861 was located on the upper surface of the cover 211.

Meanwhile, the second heater 861 made with the possibility of selective actuation in accordance with a preset mode.

In detail, the second heater 861 automatically switched on or off in accordance with the temperature in the lower part of the refrigerating chamber 200. That is, when the temperature value measured by the temperature sensor (not shown), which measures the temperature in the lower part of the refrigerating chamber 200, below a predetermined lower limit, the second heater 861 is activated by the control unit power supply (not shown). On the other hand, when the temperature value measured by the temperature sensor is above a predetermined upper before the La, the second heater 861 off device power management.

Other configurations of the refrigerator in accordance with the sixth embodiment of the present invention is identical to the configuration of the refrigerator of the first-fifth embodiments of the present invention. Therefore, will not be given a re-description of identical configurations.

In conclusion, with reference to Fig refrigerator will be described in accordance with the seventh embodiment of the present invention.

The main elements of a refrigerator in accordance with the seventh embodiment of the present invention is identical to the main constituent elements of the refrigerator in accordance with at least one of the first to sixth embodiments of the present invention. In the following description, the refrigerator in accordance with the seventh embodiment of the present invention, the constituent elements identical constituent elements, at least one of the first to sixth embodiments of the present invention, will be denoted by the same reference numbers and reference numbers used in at least one of the first to sixth embodiments of the present invention, respectively, and no further description will not be given.

As shown in Fig, door 520 camera ice in the refrigerator in accordance with the seventh embodiment of the present invention pivotally connected with one side of the openings of the freezing chamber 510 by means of hinges 522.

Thus, the door 520 camera ice, hinged, capable of being opened around the hinge 522.

Preferably, the hinges 522 were located in the upper and lower corners of the door 520 camera of ice from one side of the door 520 camera ice.

The refrigerator in accordance with the seventh embodiment of the present invention further comprises a cover 523 hinge that closes each hinge 522.

To secure the cover 523 hinge provided support 524 cover in the corner of the door 520 camera ice. Cover 523 hinge has a size and shape corresponding to the size and shape of the associated support 524 cover.

Therefore, when the cover 523 hinge mounted on the associated support 524 cover associated hinge 522 is not open to the outside.

Cover 523 hinge prevents an accident, associated with the pinched part of the body of the user in the hinge 522 by negligence, and provides a beautiful appearance of the camera image is of ice.

Other configurations of the refrigerator in accordance with the seventh embodiment of the present invention is identical to the configuration of the refrigerator of the first to sixth embodiments of the present invention. Therefore, identical configurations will not be described again.

Specialists in the art will understand that various modifications and changes in the present invention without departing from the spirits or scope of the present invention.

That is, it is understood that the present invention includes modifications and changes of the present invention provided that they are included in the scope of the attached claims and their equivalents.

Industrial applicability

Refrigerator with the specified configuration has several advantages.

Industrial applicability of the refrigerator in accordance with the present invention are described in the sections "the Best method of performing the present invention and the Method of performing the present invention".

Because the refrigerator in accordance with the present invention typically contains a device direction of cold air for directing cold air generated by the heat exchanger in the chamber of ice, located in the refrigerating chamber, it is possible to appropriately choose the position of the Cam is ture ice regardless of the design or scope of the refrigerator. Consequently, it is possible to increase the degree of freedom of design of the refrigerator and reduce manufacturing costs of the refrigerator and to maximize the internal space of the refrigerating chamber. Such advantages become more effective when the freezer is located under the freezer.

1. Refrigerator, comprising a housing of a refrigerator, which includes a freezing chamber and a refrigerating chamber and a refrigerating chamber is located above the freezer compartment, a door for opening and closing the refrigerating chamber, the chamber of ice, which is provided on the inside of the door and placed in the cooling chamber when the door is closed, the heat exchanger, which generates cold air, and a device for directing cold air, which directs the cold air generated by the heat exchanger in the chamber of ice to ensure the formation of ice in the chamber of ice.

2. Refrigerator of claim 1, wherein the device for directing cold air contains a device channel which connects with the chamber of ice.

3. The refrigerator according to claim 2, additionally containing a fan for supplying cold air, which forces cold air generated by the heat exchanger in the chamber of ice.

4. The refrigerator according to claim 2, in which the device channel contains a flow channel of air, which supplies the cold air generated by the heat exchanger in the chamber of ice, and the reverse channel that directs cold air from the chamber of ice in the freezer.

5. The refrigerator according to claim 2, in which the device channel contains at least one channel, which is located on one side wall of the refrigerating chamber so that the channel communicates with the chamber of ice.

6. The refrigerator according to claim 5, in which the channel is located between the outer wall and inner wall, which form the side wall of the refrigerating chamber.

7. The refrigerator according to claim 6, in which the channel is located at a distance from the outer wall and inner wall.

8. The refrigerator according to claim 7, further containing a spacer element, which supports the channel so that the channel is separated from the outer wall and inner wall.

9. Refrigerator of claim 8 in which the spacer element contains two spacer ribs that protrude from the outer surface of the channel for the location of the channel at the same distance, respectively, from the outer wall and inner wall.

10. The refrigerator according to claim 9, in which the spacer ribs are symmetrical relative to each other.

11. The refrigerator according to claim 5, additionally containing holder ka is Ala, which secures the channel to the side wall of the refrigerating chamber.

12. The refrigerator according to claim 11, in which the channel is installed inside between the outer wall and the inner wall in a position in which the channel is fixed with the bracket channel.

13. Refrigerator indicated in paragraph 12, in which the holder of the channel includes at least one receiver channel, which securely holds the channel, and the spacer protrusions that protrude outwards from the receiver channel for the location of the channel at a distance from the outer wall and inner wall.

14. The refrigerator according to claim 11, in which at least one channel comprises a pair of channels and at least one receiver channel comprises a pair of receiving devices of the channel, which are connected to each other so that the receiving device channel form one whole, and the receiving device channel respectively accommodate the channels.

15. The refrigerator according to claim 5, additionally containing a first heater that prevents the phenomenon of freezing in the cooling chamber through the cold air passing through the channel.

16. The refrigerator according to § 15 in which the channel is installed in the side wall of the refrigerating chamber and the first heater is located on the inner surface of the side wall.

17. The refrigerator according to clause 16, in which the inner wall Ho is Tilney chamber has a first hole, which forms one end of the device channel, and the first heater is located next to the first hole.

18. The refrigerator according to claim 2, additionally containing a guide to cold air, which is located in the septum that separates the refrigerator compartment from the freezer, to connect the device channel freezer.

19. Fridge on p in which partition contains the cover, which is connected with the possibility of removal from the guide to cold air.

20. Fridge on p, which guide the cold air contains channel air flow which directs the cold air generated by the heat exchanger in the device channel and a reverse channel that directs cold air is directed through the device channel after exiting the camera the formation of ice in the freezer.

21. Fridge on p, optionally containing a second heater that is located on one surface of the partition wall facing the inner space of the refrigerating chamber, to prevent the phenomenon of freezing in the refrigerator due to guide cold air.

22. The refrigerator according to item 21, in which the second heater is driven selectively in accordance with a preset mode.

23. The refrigerator according to claim 2, in which ka is EPA ice formation is located on the site of a door of the refrigerating chamber, which opens or closes the inner space of the refrigerator, the device channel includes a first hole, which is located on the inner wall of the refrigerating chamber and forms one end of the device channel that is connected to one side of the node of doors of the refrigerating chamber, and a host of doors of the refrigerating chamber contains the second hole, which is connected with the first hole, for connecting the device channel with an inner space of a chamber of ice.

24. The refrigerator according to item 23, further containing a sealing element, which is located at least in one of the first and second holes to prevent air leakage between the first and second holes.

25. The refrigerator according to paragraph 24, in which the sealing element includes gasket and mounting element for the strip that secures the gasket, at least one of the first and second holes.

26. Fridge on A.25, in which the fastening element strip includes a support element for the strip, which is connected, at least one of the first and second holes, and the holder strip that secures the gasket on the supporting element for the strip.

27. The refrigerator according to claim 2, in which the camera ice contains the device channel of the door, which is located on the site of doors of the refrigerating chamber to the open or closed internal space of the refrigerating chamber, to connect the device channel with the inner space of the freezing chamber.

28. The refrigerator according to claim 1, in which the camera ice contains a compartment for ice, which holds the ice machine for ice using cold air generated by the heat exchanger, and the cell door ice formation, which opens or closes an opening formed on the rear side of the branch ice.

29. Fridge on p, in which the cell door ice pivotally moved by means of a hinge mounted on one side of the branch ice.

30. The refrigerator according to clause 29, in which the cell door ice contains the hinge cover, which closes the hinge.



 

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FIELD: heating.

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FIELD: heating.

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FIELD: heating.

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FIELD: lighting; heating.

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FIELD: designs of refrigerators.

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EFFECT: reduced energy losses.

1 dwg

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