Device for laundry processing

FIELD: textiles, paper.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to a device for laundry processing, which comprises a housing which forms its appearance and comprises an opening for loading laundry, a door made with the ability of opening and closing the opening for loading laundry, a guide part mounted on the housing and comprising a guide groove recessed to a predetermined depth, and a connecting part mounted on the door and comprising a guide ledge placed in the guide groove which directs its movement path, and the angle of opening the opening is changed based on the positions of the guide ledge.

EFFECT: increased operational reliability.

20 cl, 49 dwg

 

The technical field to which the invention relates.

Options for implementation may relate to a device for processing sheets, and more particularly to a device for processing sheets, which can lock the open door at different angles.

Background of the invention

Usually, a device for processing linen can be subdivided into a device only for washing, having only the function of washing, the device only for drying, having only the function of drying, and a device for washing/drying clothes, having functions such as washing and drying. In addition, based on the design and type of device for the processing of linen can be subdivided into a device for processing linen drum type, which dries linen while turning the sheets through the use of a rotating drum, and a device for processing linen Cabinet-type, which dries linen when hanging the linen in it.

In a known device for washing/drying a hole load of Laundry is formed in the front housing for download through his underwear.

In addition, the door can be installed on the front side of the housing for opening and closing the holes for the load of Laundry. In this paper, the door includes a single axis, rotating in the direction to the right and to the left for opening and closing the holes.

The device for processing the sheets, which is a device only for drying, can be located near the side of the device only for washing on a line. For drying clothes, washed in the device only for washing, the user should be able to unload the washed linen from the device only for washing, and it can load it into the device only for drying through hole load of Laundry.

In the known device for processing sheets, comprising a device for washing/drying or device only for drying, the door can be fixed in position closing the opening through which is loaded linen, insufficient to secure to retain the position of partial opening holes, which can be a disadvantage.

Disclosure of inventions

Technical problem

To solve the problems the purpose of embodiments is a device for processing sheets, which can lock the door, partially opening the hole load of Laundry.

Another objective of embodiments is a device for processing sheets, which can adjust the opening angle of the door relative to the opening and which can assign different modified the angle of the door.

Technical solution

To achieve these objectives and other advantages of the device sobrasada linen includes the body, made with the possibility of formation of its appearance, and the housing contains an opening for a load of Laundry, formed therein, a door configured to open and close the openings to the Laundry load, articulated the node containing the first axis of rotation to rotate the door in the first direction of rotation and the second axis of rotation to rotate in the second rotation direction, which is different from the first direction of rotation, the guide portion mounted on the housing, the guide groove, depth to a predetermined depth, the connecting portion containing a guide, placed in the guide channel, the motion trajectory which goes, moreover, the opening angle of the hole is changed on the basis of the provisions of the guide.

The guide can be fixed in many of the provisions in the guide channel.

The guide groove may include a first guide groove, made with the possibility of referral guide for fixing the door, the first angle and the first supporting protrusion formed on the end of the first guide groove to support the guide.

The guide groove may further include a second guide groove, made with the possibility of referral guide for fixing the very second angle, and the second supporting protrusion may be formed on the end of the second guide groove to support the guide.

The guide groove may further include a third guide groove made with the possibility of referral guide to fix the door under the third angle.

The guide element may protrude from the guide groove to limit the movement guide.

In another aspect, a device for processing linen includes a case made from the formation of its appearance, and the housing contains an opening for a load of Laundry, formed therein, a door configured to open and close the hole load of Laundry, and hinge that includes a first axis of rotation to rotate the door in the first direction of rotation and the second axis of rotation to rotate in the second rotation direction, which is different from the first direction of rotation, and a door selectively rotated in one of the first and second directions of rotation.

The door can detach from the second axis of rotation when the door is rotated in the first rotation direction, and the door can detach from the first axis of rotation when the door is rotated in the second direction of rotation.

The first axis of rotation will burn to be perpendic the lar to the second axis of rotation.

Hinge may include a first hinge configured to secure the door on the housing when the door is rotated in the first direction of rotation.

The hinge unit may include a second hinge, made to connect with the possibility of rotation of the door casing when the door is rotated in the first rotation direction and in a second direction of rotation.

The second hinge may include a second axis forming a first axis of rotation and a third axis, forming a second axis of rotation.

The hinge unit may include a third hinge, made with the possibility of fixing the door on the housing when the door is rotated in the second direction of rotation.

In another aspect, a device for processing at the enclosure with the option of establishing its appearance, and the housing contains an opening for a load of Laundry, formed therein, a door configured to open and close the openings to the Laundry load, and the second hinge containing a second axis forming a first axis of rotation to rotate the door in the first direction of rotation and a third axis, forming a second axis of rotation to rotate the door in a second direction of rotation, whereby the door can be mounted under a variety of angles.

The many angles of rotation may on the part of a first angle and the second angle, most of the first corner, and the door can be fixed after opening a second angle greater than the first angle, when external force is applied to door, fixed under the first angle.

Device for handling sheets may optionally include a portion to adjust the angle of the door is made with the possibility of adjusting the angle of rotation when the door is rotated to the second rotation axis.

Device for handling sheets may additionally include a third hinge containing a fourth axis, forming a second axis of rotation, and a support element of a door, the angle of which detach from the body is regulated by part to adjust the angle of the door.

The second hinge may include supporting element hinge, the angle of which detach from the body is regulated by part to adjust the angle of the door.

Device for handling sheets may optionally include a fourth hinge containing the fifth axis, forming a second axis of rotation, and the portion to detach the housing mounted on the housing for fastening with the possibility of disconnection at the fifth axis.

The fourth hinge may include a first adjustment plate mounted on a fifth axis, and the first part to detach button on the door to adjust the angle of the door to be separated from the first p is gulirovanie plate.

Favorable results

Options for implementation have the following favorable results. In accordance with the variants of the implementation of the open angle of the door relative to the openings can be adjusted for the user's convenience. In other words, the door-opening angle can be adjusted when a user tries to open relatively more hole, or when the user tries relatively less open it.

In addition, in accordance with the variants of implementation, the door can be secured even in the position of the opening holes after the turn. For example, when the door is relatively smaller than an opening, the distance between the door and the hole may be narrow. As a consequence, the linen can collide with the surface of the door for smooth loading compartment to accommodate, even if it turns out that the user puts underwear on the surface of the door.

Brief description of drawings

Location and options for implementation may be described in detail with reference to the following drawings, in which similar reference position refer to similar elements and in which

Fig.1 is a perspective view of the device for processing sheets in accordance with the exemplary embodiment;

Fig.2 is a schematic view of the door shown in Fig.1 which is rotated in the first direction is the situation of rotation;

Fig.3 is a schematic view of the door shown in Fig.1 which is rotated in the second direction of rotation;

Fig.4 is a schematic view of the second hinge, which is rotated in the first direction of rotation;

Fig.5 is a schematic view of the second hinge, which is rotated in the second direction of rotation;

Fig.6 is a conceptual schematic view of an open door position;

Fig.7 is a perspective view of main parts of the device for processing sheets in accordance with the embodiment;

Fig.8 is a schematic view specifically illustrating the guide part of Fig.7;

Fig.9 is a schematic view of a device for processing sheets in accordance with another embodiment;

Fig.10 is an enlarged view partially illustrating the guide part of Fig.9;

Fig.11 is an enlarged view partially illustrating the connecting part;

Fig.12 is a schematic view illustrating a modified example of the fitting;

Fig.13 is a schematic view illustrating a modified example of a variant of implementation;

Fig.14 is a schematic view illustrating the internal surface of Fig.13;

Fig.15 is a schematic view of main parts of the device for processing sheets in accordance with another embodiment;

Fig.16 is a view in section of the Central region in Fig.15;

Fig.17 is a perspective view of the device for processing b is the residential in accordance with another embodiment;

Fig.18 is a schematic view of the internal construction of the door, located on the device for processing linen;

Fig.19 is a perspective view of the second hinge located on the device for processing linen;

Fig.20 and 21 are schematic views of the first hinge located on the device for processing linen;

Fig.22-26 - schematic views of the fourth hinge located on the device for processing linen;

Fig.27 is a schematic view of part design to detach the housing, located on the fourth hinge;

Fig.28 is a schematic view of fixing the design spiral spring located on the door;

Fig.29 and 30 are schematic views of parts to detach the fifth axis, having a fifth axis of the fourth joint, detachable from it;

Fig.31 is a perspective view of a drying device in accordance with another embodiment and a washing machine having a drying device;

Fig.32 is a perspective view, partially illustrating the door, located on the drying device shown in Fig.31, which is opened and closed in a vertical direction;

Fig.33a is a perspective view illustrating a connected position between the second SitePlayer element and the second axis of the second hinge located on the door, and Fig.33b is a perspective view illustrating the position of the vertical povorotnogo SitePlayer element, depicted as Fig.32, and Fig.33c is a view in section of the locking protrusion is elastically inserted into the installation hole and detachable from the mounting holes;

Fig.34a is a perspective view illustrating the hinge connected state between the rotating element of Fig.32 and the rotating element on the door, and Fig.34b is a perspective view illustrating the position of the vertical rotation of the rotating element, shown in Fig.34a;

Fig.35 is a perspective view illustrating a connected position between the first SitePlayer element located on the housing of the drying apparatus of Fig.32, and the first hinge element located on the door;

Fig.36 is a perspective view of a drying device having a door that opens and closes in a horizontal direction, as shown in Fig.32, and a washing machine having a door;

Fig.37 is a perspective view of the door of the drying device of Fig.36 that opens and closes in a horizontal direction;

Fig.38 is a perspective view of the position of rotation of the second SitePlayer element and the second hinge element when the door of Fig.37 is opened in the horizontal direction;

Fig.39 is a perspective view of the position of rotation of the first SitePlayer element and the first hinge element when the door of Fig.37 is opened in the horizontal direction is the situation;

Fig.40 is a perspective view illustrating the hinge connected state between the rotating element of Fig.37 and the rotating element on the door;

Fig.41 is a perspective view of the device for processing sheets in accordance with another embodiment;

Fig.42 is a schematic view of the door and the pivot point located on the device for processing sheets in accordance with the embodiment of Fig.41;

Fig.43 is a schematic view illustrating the displacement of the first hinge in accordance with the embodiment;

Fig.44-46 - schematic views illustrating the movement of the second and third hinges contained in the hinge Assembly;

Fig.47 is a schematic view of another variant implementation of the second and third hinges;

Fig.48 is a schematic view of another variant of implementation of the part to adjust the angle of the door, located on the device for processing sheets in accordance with the embodiment; and

Fig.49 is a conceptual schematic view of the fastening of the door, located on the device for processing sheets in accordance with the embodiment of Fig.41 to prevent movement down doors.

The best option implementation

To eliminate the drawbacks mentioned above, options for implementation may provide a device for processing sheets, vklyuchayuschee himself the door, which can be fixed in a position of partial opening holes for the load of Laundry.

In addition, options for implementation may provide a device for processing sheets, which can regulate differently the degree of opening of the door against the opening to the Laundry load and record the angle of rotation, which varies in different ways.

Below will be described in detail embodiments with reference to the accompanying drawings. Reference may be made in detail to specific embodiments of, and examples of which can be illustrated on the accompanying drawings. Where possible, similar reference position can be used on the drawings to refer to same or similar elements.

Fig.1 is a perspective view of the device for processing sheets in accordance with the example implementation of Fig.2 is a schematic view of the door shown in Fig.1 which is rotated in the first direction of rotation, Fig.3 is a schematic view of the door shown in Fig.1 which is rotated in the second direction of rotation. Below the device for processing sheets in accordance with this embodiment will be described with reference to Fig.1-3.

Device for handling sheets in accordance with this embodiment may include a housing 3 having office (R) to accommodate the linen, and the hole is 37 for a load of Laundry, providing a load of clothes in the office to accommodate linen, 4 door mounted for opening and closing the openings 37 and hinge 5, 6 and 7, is made to rotate the door 4 for opening and closing holes in different directions.

Case 3 can determine the appearance of the device for processing sheets, and a hole 37 for the Laundry load may be formed through the outer panel 33, located on the side of the hull, for a message with the office (R) to accommodate the linen.

Part 39 to accommodate the locking protrusion may be located on the outer panel 33 to accommodate the locking projection 47, which is located on the door 4. The locking protrusion 47 of the door 4 can fit in the part 39 to accommodate the locking protrusion located on the housing, so that the door 4 can open and close the opening to the Laundry load.

In this case, the panel 31 of the control can be located on the housing 3 to provide user input commands in device for processing linen.

Hinge 5, 6 and 7 may form the first axis (A) of rotation for rotation of the door for opening and closing the openings 37 and the second axis (B) rotate to rotate the door 4 for opening and closing the openings 37 in the direction different from the direction of the first axis (A) of rotation. The first axis (A) of rotation can be vertical on the to compared to the case 3, and a second axis (B) of rotation may be horizontal with respect to the housing 3.

The first axis of rotation can be formed through the first hinge 5 and the second hinge 6. The second axis of rotation can be formed due to the second hinge 6 and the third hinge 7.

In Fig.2 and 3, the first axis (A) of rotation can be formed in the longitudinal direction of the housing 3 (the vertical axis of rotation) and the second axis (B) of rotation can be formed in the direction of the width of the chassis (horizontal axis of rotation). However, the location of the first axis of rotation and the location of the second axis of rotation may not necessarily be limited to those depicted in Fig.2. In other words, the first axis of rotation and the second axis of rotation can be located in different positions of the body, only if they provide rotation of the door in different directions for opening and closing hole (only if the first axis of rotation and the second axis of rotation to form a predetermined angle). In this paper, the direction of the first axis of rotation (the first direction) may be different from the direction of the second axis of rotation (the second direction).

In this document, as shown in Fig.3, the second axis of rotation can be located in the direction of the width of the hull to ensure the tilt of the door relative to the lower end of the hole 37. In this case, it may be about the sintered result of the effective load of Laundry, due to the regulation of the angle of the door as will be described below.

Hinge may include a first hinge 5 having a first axis, consisting of the first axis (A) of rotation for connecting the door and the enclosure 3, and detach the door from the housing 3, the second hinge 6 having a second axis, consisting of the first axis (A) rotate together with the first axis and the third axis, consisting of the second axis (B) of rotation, and the third joint 7 having a fourth axis, consisting of the second axis (B) rotate together with the third axis for connecting door 4 from the housing 3, and detach the door 4 from the housing 3.

The first hinge 5 may include a first axis 51, which forms a first axis of rotation, and the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis, having a first receiving groove formed therein, to accommodate the first axis 51. The first axis 51 can be mounted on the housing 3, and the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis may be located on the door 4. Alternatively, the first axis 51 can be mounted on the door 4, and the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis can be mounted on the housing 3.

The third hinge 7 may include a fourth axis 713 for the formation of a second axis (B) and rotate part 73 to disconnect the fourth axis, with the second receiving groove formed therein, to accommodate the fourth axis 713. The fourth axis 713 can be mounted on the door 4 and the portion 73 to disconnect the fourth axis can be mounted on the housing 3. Alternatively, the fourth axis 713 can be installed on the main body 3, and part 73 to disconnect the fourth axis can be mounted on the door 4.

As shown in Fig.2, when the door is rotated in the first direction, the first hinge 5 and the second hinge 6 may be connected to rotate the door 4 from the housing 3. Thus, the third joint 7 can disconnect the door 4 from the housing 3.

On the contrary, as shown in Fig.3, when the door is rotated in the second direction, the second hinge 6 and the third hinge 7 can connect to rotate the door 4 from the housing 3. Thus, the first hinge 5 can disconnect the door 4 from the housing 3.

In other words, when the door 4 is rotated in one of the first and second directions, the second hinge 6 may be fixed relative to both directions, and the first hinge 5 and the third hinge 7 can connect the door 4 from the housing 3 or detach it from the housing 3.

The door 4 may include an inner frame 43, located to the outer panel 33, and the outer frame 41 that is connected with the inner frame for the education of the General form of the door 4.

The door may further include a transparent portion 45 located with the possibility of inserting in the hole 37. Transparent portion 45 can prevent lingerie, located in the Department (R) to accommodate linen, from entering through the opening to the Laundry load, and it t is the train may allow the user to see the office (R) to accommodate the linen during operation of the device for the processing of linen.

As shown in Fig.3, a recessed portion 992, sunk by a preset distance in the longitudinal direction, can be located on the upper end of the door 4.

Recessed portion 992 can be carried longitudinally in the direction of the width of the door 4, and it can be carried on the distance of the horizontal length of the door 4.

The presser element 990, which can be captured by the user can be located in the center of the recessed portion 992. The presser element 990 can be installed in the center of the door 4 to support the pressing by the user of the door 4 when turning it in the second rotation direction. When the user presses the presser element 990, the door 4 can stably be rotated in the direction of rotation, which the user selects by using the number of elements installed on the door, which will be described below.

Thus, the user can capture a recessed portion 992 to rotate the door 4 without capture clamping element 990, located in the center of recessed portion 992. When you try to rotate the door 4 in the first direction of rotation, not the second rotation direction, the user can not capture the presser element 990, and other parts of recessed portion 992, which is not the presser element 990, to rotate the door 4. For example, when trying to rotate the door in the first direction of rotation of the user who l can capture area, located opposite the first axis (A) of rotation of the first rotation direction, and then he can open the door 4.

Fig.4 is a schematic view of the second hinge, which is rotated in the second direction of rotation, Fig.5 is a conceptual schematic view illustrating the open position of the door. Below will be described an implementation option with reference to Fig.4 and 5.

The second hinge 6 may be connected to the housing 3 with the 4 door for securing the door 4 is in position for selective rotation in first and second directions of rotation. The second hinge 6 can provide the connection can be rotated 4 door with the case 3, when the door 4 is rotated on both the first and second axes of rotation.

The second hinge 6 may include a mounting portion 61 of the housing, fixed to the body 3, and the fixing part 65 of the door mounted on the door 4.

The second axis 651, consisting of the first axis of rotation may be located in the mounting part 65 of the door. The door 4 may be rotated on the second axis 651 in the first direction of rotation, and it can rotate on the second axis 651 relative to the mounting part 65 of the door.

The fixing part 65 of the door and the mounting portion 61 of the housing can be rotated on the third axis 63. The third axis 63 may consist of a second axis of rotation, and the door 4 may be rotated on the third axis 63 rotate in the second direction of rotation.

Ka is shown in Fig.4, the fixing part 65 of the door and the mounting portion 61 of the housing can not be bent on the third axis 63, when the door 4 is rotated in the first rotation direction. When the door 4 is rotated in the first rotation direction, the relative movement does not occur between the mounting part 65 of the door and the mounting part 61 of the housing. As a consequence, the connection between the mounting part 65 of the door and the mounting part 61 of the housing can be kept without changes.

The recess 42 is recessed at a preset depth, may be formed on the lower end of the door 4, and the recess 42 may form a given space, in which fit the mounting portion 61 of the housing. As shown in Fig.5, the recess 42 may form a sufficient space so as not to create a clash between the mounting part 61 of the casing and the lower end of the door 4 and the door 4 is rotated in the second direction of rotation.

When the door is rotated in the second direction of rotation, the lower end 4 of the door can be moved to the housing 3. In the specified space should be formed between the door 4 and the housing 3 to rotate the door 4 in the second direction of rotation. For this purpose, the recess 42 may be formed on the lower end of the door 4 and the door 4, respectively, can be rotated, since the space formed by the recess 42. As shown in Fig.5, when the door 4 chief is ensured in the second direction of rotation, the fixing part 65 of the door and the mounting portion 61 of the body can be bent at the third axis 63. In other words, when the door 4 is rotated in the second direction of rotation, the door 4 may be rotated in the first rotation direction, and, accordingly, the door 4 may be rotated on the second axis 651.

Fig.6 is a conceptual schematic view of the open position of the door.

Below will be described an implementation option with reference to Fig.5.

The door 4 may open a hole 37 for Laundry load at either of two angles relative to the housing 3. In other words, as shown in Fig.6, the door 4 may be connected in position relatively smaller opening holes 37 for Laundry load and position relative to the larger opening hole 37 for a load of Laundry in the open position of the holes 37 for a load of Laundry. Thus the angle at which the door 4 is relatively smaller than an opening 37 for the Laundry load may be called as "the first angle (θ1), and the angle at which the door 4 is relatively more an opening 37 for a load of Laundry can be called "the second angle (θ2)".

The first angle may be approximately 30 degrees and the second angle may be approximately 85~90 degrees. In this document the first angle and the second angle may have other values in contrast to the values mentioned above.

On the basis of the data of option exercise, you can lock the door 4 at different angles, but not under the first and second angles. For convenience of explanation, the angle at which the door 4 closes the opening 37, that is, the angle of the door 4, the upright can be called the "third angle".

In accordance with this embodiment, the door 4 can open a hole 37 for a load of Laundry in two positions for a load of Laundry through the opening 37.

For example, the angle of the door 4 may be relatively close to 90 degrees from the position in which the door 4 is less than an opening 37. As a result, when the user tries to load clothes in the hole 37, linen can easily be loaded into the compartment to accommodate the linen through the hole 37 for Laundry load due to the angle of the door 4, even if linen is faced with a door 4.

On the contrary, when the door 4 is less than an opening 37, if the user tries to unload linen, placed in the Department (R) to accommodate the linen through the opening 37 to the Laundry load, the user may experience inconvenience. In order for the user to freely unloaded linen after placing his hands in the office (R) to accommodate the linen, it is necessary to completely open the door 4. As a result, the door 4 is to be connected in position relatively larger opening hole 37 for a load of Laundry. Fig.7 is a perspective view of main parts of the device for processing the linen in accordance with the embodiment. Below will be described an implementation option with reference to Fig.7.

Device for handling sheets in accordance with the embodiment may include a guide part 1300 mounted on the housing 3, and the connection part 1320, mounted on the door 4. The guide groove 1301, recessed to a predetermined depth may be formed in the guide part 1300. The guide projection 1322 may be formed on the connection part 1320 to fit into the guide groove 1301 to the direction of its trajectory. The guide projection 1322 may be sent in accordance with the contour of the guide groove 1301.

In this case, the guide 1322 may be locked in various positions of the guide groove 1301 when moving along the contour of the guide groove 1301 in the guide groove 1301. Thus, the degree of opening of the openings 37 for the Laundry load may differ on the basis of the provisions of the guide projection 1322.

In particular, the guide groove 1301 may be recessed to the axis of rotation of the door 4. In other words, the guide groove 1301 may be recessed toward the center axis of rotation, that is, along the direction opposite to the radial direction of the axis of rotation. The axis of rotation of the door 4 can be located at door 4, and it can be the center of rotation of the door 4 in the direction of clockwise and counterclockwise direction relative to Fig.6.

When the door 4 is rotated in the clockwise direction, the degree of opening of the openings 37 for the Laundry load may increase. When the door 4 is rotated in the counterclockwise direction, the degree of opening may be reduced.

The guide projection 1322 may act accordingly to the direction of deepening the guide groove 1301 to move in position fit in the guide groove 1301.

The connecting portion 1320 may be connected with the possibility of rotation using axis with the door 4. As shown on line arrows in Fig.6, the connecting portion 1320 may move with the free rotation relative to the door 4, and it can move along the contour of the guide groove 1301.

Fig.8 is a schematic view specifically illustrating the guide part of Fig.7, and will be described below guide part with reference to Fig.8.

The guide groove 1301 may include three guide grooves: the first guide groove 1302, the second guide groove 1306 and the third guide groove 1310.

The first guide groove 1302, the second guide groove 1306 and the third guide groove 1310 may be connected to each other so that the guide projection 1322 may be moved from each of the guide grooves in the other.

The first guide groove 1302 may be directed towards the shining ledge 1322 to block doors 4 under the first angle, and the first supporting protrusion 1304 can be formed on the end of the first guide groove 1302 to support guide 1322 under the first angle.

The first supporting protrusion 1304 can reduce the width of the first guide groove 1302 by a specified amount. In this document, the first supporting protrusion 1304 may be up to a specified distance from the lower end of the first guide groove 1302. That is, the guide projection 1322 may be blocked at the moment of the collision with the first supporting protrusion 1304 in the middle of the passage of the first guide groove 1302, so that the door 4 can be blocked by the first corner.

The second guide groove 1306 can guide a guide 1322 to block doors 4 under the second angle, and the second supporting protrusion 1308 may be formed on the end of the second guide groove 1306 to support guide 1322 under the second angle.

The second supporting protrusion 1308 can reach the end of the second guide groove 1306, and the guide projection 1322 may not move down after locking the second support protrusion 1308.

The third guide groove 1310 may send a guide 1322 to block doors 4 under the third angle, the third angle may be the angle at which the door 4 is perpendicular, hermetically closing the opening 37 in contrast to the first and W is cerned angles.

In this guide element 1312, protruding from the guide groove 1301 may be located in the center of the guide groove 1301 to limit the movement of the guide projection 1322. The guide element 1312 can be to the opposite direction of deepening the guide groove 1301. The guide element 1312 can be moved across the path formed in the guide groove 1301 accommodating guide 1322.

The first guide groove 1302 can be divided into land located at guiding element 1312, and the area located under the guiding element 1312.

In this case, the first guide groove 1302, located behind the guide element 1312 may be inclined at a specified angle to move down in the direction of movement of the guide projection 1322. This is done to move the guide projection 1322 in the first guide groove 1302 even without the great efforts made by the user, because the door 4 has its own weight.

With reference to Fig.1-8 will be described by way of the control device for processing sheets in accordance with the embodiment.

First of all, the door 4 may be blocked at the end (S3) of the first guide groove 1302 shown in Fig.8, in position location under the third angle, that is, the closed position of the werste 37.

In position 4 door, locked at the end (S3) of the first guide groove 1302, the user can exert a force to rotate the door 4 in the clockwise direction relative to the housing 3. In this case, the guide projection 1322 may be moved along the first guide groove 1302, and the door 4 may gradually increase the opening angle of the hole 37.

The guide projection 1322 may be moved along the first guide groove 1302 behind the guiding element 1322. In this case, the guide element 1322 can be tilted down relative to the direction of travel guide 1322, and as a consequence guide 1322 may be moved along the first guide groove 1302 under the weight of the door 4.

Therefore, the door may increase the opening angle of the holes 37 for a load of Laundry, while the guide projection 1322 moves along the first guide groove 1302, located under the guiding element 1312. Since the guide projection 1322 moves below the position S3, the door 4 may be rotated in the clockwise direction, and can be set that the angle of opening of the hole 37 is increased.

When the guide projection 1322 reaches the first reference protrusion 1304 after moving to the end of the first guide groove 1302, guide 322 may be based on the first supporting protrusion 1304. Moving guide 1322 can be prevented in position (1) in which is formed a first supporting protrusion 1304. The first supporting protrusion 1304 can be formed to move up to a predetermined height to effectively stop moving guide.

When the user wants a 4 door opened hole 37 under a second angle that is greater than the first angle, the user can apply additional force to the door 4.

Due to the efforts made by the user, guide 1322 may be removed from the first support protrusion 1304, and after that it can move along the second guide groove 1306. The guide projection 1322 may move in the second guide groove 1306 of the first guide groove 1302, since the end of the first guide groove 1302 is connected to the second guide groove 1306. After that, the guide 1306 can be guided along the second guide groove 1306.

The second guide groove 1306 may go down in the longitudinal direction. Consequently, the guide 1322 can move down the path of the second guide groove 1306. The connecting portion 1320 may be freely rotated relative to the door 4, but it may not pass in the longitudinal direction. Consequently, the connecting part mom to rotate the door 4 along the path of the second guide groove 1306.

When the guide projection 1322 is moved to the position (S2) for contact with the second supporting protrusion 1308 in the second guide groove 1306, he can rely on the second supporting protrusion to block 1308. As a result, the rotation of the door 4 may be stopped, and the door 4 may open a hole 37 in the position of the inclination at the second angle.

When you want the door 4 closed hole 37 for a load of Laundry, the user can apply force to the door 4 to rotate the door 4 in the counterclockwise direction. In this case, the guide projection 1322 may move into the third guide groove 1310 to move up in the second guide groove 1306. The end of the second guide groove 1306 may communicate with the third guide ditch 1310. Consequently, the guide 1322 can move into the third guide groove 1310 of the second guide groove 1306.

While the guide projection 1322 moves up in the third guide groove 1310, the door can reduce the opening angle of the hole 37.

When the guide projection 1322 reaches position (S3), in which the third guide groove 1310 is connected to the first guide groove 1302, moving guide 1322 may be stopped, and the door 4 can stay under the third angle. As a result, the door 4 molscript tight hole 37 for a load of Laundry.

In General, the position of the guide projection 1322 may change from S1>S2>S3-> in the guide groove 1301, and it can be fixed in each position.

In this case, the auxiliary mounting element can be used to secure doors 4 under the third angle, that is, in the closed position of the hole 37.

For this part for receiving the locking protrusion and the locking protrusion can be used in the position in which the door 4 is faced with the casing 3, to hold the fixed position of the door 4.

On the contrary, when it is necessary to move the door from a position below the first angle position under the third angle without passing through the position under the second angle, that is, to move the door 4 to close the holes 37, the user can apply force to the door 4 in the counterclockwise direction, and the guide can be moved from the first guide groove 1302 in the third guide groove 1310. In this case, the guide 1322, based on the first supporting protrusion 1304, can be detached, and a guide may be sent from the first guide groove 1302 in the third guide groove 1310. In General, the first guide groove 1302, the second guide groove 1306 and the third guide groove 1310 can be formed to intersect at one point. In this case, the direction of the Commissioner, the projection 1322 may move from S1-> S3-> in the guide groove 1301.

Fig.9 is a schematic view of a device for processing sheets in accordance with another embodiment. Below with reference to Fig.9 will be described device for processing sheets in accordance with the embodiment.

Unlike the implementation described above, in accordance with this embodiment the guide groove 1301 may be recessed in the longitudinal direction of the axis of rotation of the door 4. Assuming that the axis of rotation of the door 4 is located at the lower end of the door 4, the axis of rotation of the door 4 may be formed in the direction passing through the drawing.

In this case, the guide groove 1301 can be installed on the side wall of the housing 3. In this document, the guide groove 1301 may be made of a variety of elements on the wall, perpendicular to the location of the guide groove 1301 on it. In other words, the auxiliary perpendicular to the wall can be added to the housing 3 for the formation of a guide groove 1301. Alternatively, the guide groove 1301 may be formed on the existing side wall located on the housing 3.

The connecting portion 1320 may be located can be rotated on the door 4.

Alternatively, the connecting portion may be located on the hinge,located on the door 4. To simplify the drawing, Fig.9 shows that the connection part 1320 is connected with some elements of the doors, not all of its elements.

The connecting portion 1320 may include connecting the junction 1326 connected to the door 4 by the shaft. The connecting part can be connected with the axis of the door 4 through the connecting joint 1326.

The guide groove 1301 may include three guide grooves: the first guide groove 1302, the second guide groove 1306 and the third guide groove 1310. The first guide groove 1302, the second guide groove 1306 and the third guide groove 1310 may be connected to each other.

The first guide groove 1302 may send a guide 1322 to block doors 4 under the first angle, and the first supporting protrusion 1304 can be formed on the end of the first guide groove 1302 to support guide 1322 under the first angle.

The first supporting protrusion 1304 can reduce the width of the first guide groove 1302 by a specified amount. In this document, the first supporting protrusion 1304 may be up to a predetermined height from the lower end of the first guide groove 1302. In other words, the guide projection 1322 may be blocked at the moment of collision with the first supporting protrusion 1304 when passing through the first guide Kanavka. As a result, the door 4 may be blocked by the first corner.

The second guide groove 1306 can guide a guide 1322 to lock doors 4 under the second angle, and the second supporting protrusion 1308 may be formed on the end of the second guide groove 1306 to support the guide protrusion on the second corner.

The second supporting protrusion 1308 can reach the end of the second guide groove 1306, and the guide projection 1322 may not move down after relying on the second supporting protrusion 1308.

The third guide groove 1310 may send a guide 1322 to lock doors 4 under the third angle. In this case, the third angle may be the angle at which the door is perpendicular to sealing of holes 37 for Laundry load, different from the first and second angles.

In this case, the guide element 1312, protruding from the guide groove 1301 may be located in the center of the guide groove 1301 to limit the movement of the guide projection 1322. The guide element 1312 may act in the opposite direction to the deepening of the guide groove 1301.

In this case, a part of the first guide groove 1302 behind the guiding element 1312, can be tilted to move the guide projection 1322 up, which is different from Varian is and implementation described above. In other words, the guide projection 1322 may move up on the site for a guiding element 1312.

Fig.10 is an enlarged view partially illustrating the guide part of Fig.9, and the guide portion will be described with reference to Fig.10.

The guide element 1312 may have a given thickness to prevent the guide projection 1322 from direct displacement of the second guide groove 1306 of the first guide groove 1302 without locking the first support protrusion 1304. Section of the first guide groove 1302, located under the guiding element 1312 can have identical width. Consequently, the guide 1322 can steadily move to the first supporting protrusion 1304.

If the guide element 1312 is not formed in the guide groove 1301, the guide projection 1322 may move in the second guide groove without relying on the first supporting protrusion 1304 in the first guide groove 1302. To prevent this, the guide element 1312 may be formed to provide a path along which the guide projection 1322 freely moves in the first guide groove 1302.

Fig.11 is an enlarged view partially illustrating the connecting part. Below with reference to Fig.11 will be described connecting part.

The connecting junction 1326, the which is the end of the connection part 1320, can be made in semi-circular form. In particular, the contact element 1330, acting on a given length, can be formed on the connecting portion 1326 at a given angle (α). Contact element 1330 may be to have a larger radius than the radius of the connecting joint 1326.

The connecting junction 1326 may be connected by a pin with the door 4, and the rotation of the connecting joint 1326 may be limited by the angle (α), which is formed protruding contact element 1330. As a result the angle of the door 4 can be maintained temporarily. Contact element 1330 may only temporarily restrict the rotation of the door 4 with a little effort. If the user additionally applies a small force to the door, can be made extra turn, and the door 4 may not have interference from the contact element 1330.

In other words, if the contact element 1330 is in contact with the door 3, as the connecting interface 1326 turns, rotate the door 4 may be temporarily discontinued. The connecting junction 1326 can be rotated to a position in which the contact element 1330 is not in contact with the door 4 without resistance.

Below with reference to Fig.9-11 will be described device for processing sheets in accordance with another embodiment.

The guide projection 1322 may be blocked in position S3 in the floor the position of the door 4, closing the hole 37. Like the version of the implementation mentioned above, the auxiliary fastening elements, such as the part for receiving the locking protrusion and the locking protrusion may be located on the door 4 and the housing 3 for fastening guide 1322 in position S3.

I want the user turned the door for unloading from the hole 37 or load of Laundry in it.

In the case of rotation of the door 4 for opening holes 37 for Laundry load the guide projection 1322 may be moved to position S3 along the first guide groove 1302. In this case, the first guide groove 1302 can be divided into land located at guiding element 1312, and the area located under the guiding element 1312.

When the guide projection 1322 moves along the first guide groove 1302 for a guiding element 1312, as shown in Fig.11, the contact element 1330 may hinder the rotation of the connecting joint 1326. In other words, the connection part 1320 cannot be rotated and the door 4 may be rotated so that the angle of the door 4 can be supported. As a result, the guide projection 1322 may be moved upward along the first guide groove 1302 located behind the guide element 1312. That is, a part of the first line is the shining grooves, located behind the guide element 1312 may be a type of blocking the site.

Contact element 1330 may not have great resistance, but it can provide temporary blocking force. As a result, when the door 4 is additionally rotated, the area of the door that is blocked by the contact element 1330 may be unhooked, and the connecting portion 1330 can rotate freely.

Thus, when passing along the first guide groove 1302, located under the guiding element 1312, the guide projection 1322 may be blocked by the first supporting protrusion 1304. The door 4 may be locked in position (S1), in which the guide projection 1322 locks the first support protrusion 1304. As a result, the rotation of the door 4 may be stopped under the first angle.

In this case, the guide element 1312 may be located to prevent direct movement of the guide projection 1322 of the second guide groove 1306 without locking the first support protrusion 1304 on the part of the first groove 1302, located under the guiding element 1312.

Then, if necessary, additional rotation of the door 4 to be more open holes 37, the user can apply force to the door 4, and the guide projection 1322 may move from the first guide groove 1302 second is upravlaushiy groove 1306. The guide projection 1322 may move to the lower portion of the second guide groove 1306 all along the perpendicular path of the second guide groove 1306. Moving guide 1322 may be terminated at the moment when it is based on the second supporting protrusion 1308 formed on the end of the second guide groove 1306. In this case, the movement of the door 4 may be stopped. As a result, the rotation of the door 4 may be stopped under the second angle, and can be held fixed position of the door 4.

In this case, the second guide groove 1306 may be slightly curved so that the end of the second guide groove 1306 ran to the door 4 for smooth rotation of the door 4, is not exactly perpendicular. When you rotate the door 4 connecting interface 1326 can move in approximately circular trajectory relative to the guide 1322.

When you try to move the door 4 is in position under the third angle from the position under the second angle, the user can grasp the end of the door 4 with his hand to move up the end of the door 4. The guide projection 1322 may be moved upward along the second guide groove 1306, and he can move into the third guide groove 1310 of the second guide groove 1306.

As a guide 1322 moves up along the third guide groove 1310, the door 4 can the t to reach a position under the third angle, under which it closes the opening 37.

Fig.12 is a schematic view illustrating a modified example of the fitting. Below with reference to Fig.12 will be described modified example.

As the door rotates many times, the contact element 1330 connection interface 1326 may wear out. If the protruding length of the contact element 1330 is reduced due to wear, the contact element 1330 may not sufficiently limit the rotation of the connection part 1320 during the movement of the first projection 1322 in the first guide groove 1302. In this case, the guide projection 1322 may not move upward along the upper part of the first guide groove 1302 behind the guiding element 1312, and he can move from the first guide groove 1302 in the third guide groove 1310.

In other words, the user tries to rotate the door 4 at a position below the first corner, but the contact element 1330 may not perform proper function. As a consequence, it turns out that the door 4 is rotated into position under the second angle through the provision under the first angle, and the hole 37 may be disproportionately and adversely openly.

To prevent this, the elastic supporting element 1332 providing elastic support force, can be installed on the site, which creates an obstacle for contactolatino 1330 and the door 4. The elastic supporting member 1332 may be a plate spring, and it can prevent abrasive wear of the contact element 1330. As a result, the contact element 1330 may continuously perform the function in the first guide groove 1302.

Fig.13 is a schematic view illustrating a modified example of option exercise. Fig.14 is a schematic view illustrating the internal surface of Fig.13.

Two guide projection 1322 may be symmetrically located on opposite sides relative to the connection part 1320. Two guides part 1300 may be symmetrically located on opposite sides relative to the connection part 1320.

In other words, in accordance with the example in Fig.13 one of the two guides 1322 located relative to the connection part 1320, may be directed along the guide groove, as shown in Fig.9, and the other of the two guides 1322 relative to the connection part 1320 can be guided along the guide groove shown in Fig.14. In other words, the interior structure of the plot, is shown in Fig.13, shown in Fig.9, and the internal structure of another part shown in Fig.13, shown in Fig.14.

Each of the guide grooves 1301 may be formed in each of the guide part 1300. Each n is sending projections 1322 can be formed for directions along each of the guide grooves 1301. Each of the guide grooves 1301 may be formed for positioning in front of the other, and each of the guides 1322 can fit into each of the guide grooves 1301 for directions on its trajectory path.

In this case, the connecting portion 1320 may be inserted between the two guide parts 1300 for fixing to move. The connecting portion 1320 may be moved simultaneously with the movement, respectively, of the two guides 1322 in the guide groove 1301, and the connection part 1320 can adjust the angle of the door 4.

Working version of the implementation depicted in Fig.9, 13 and 14 may be identical to other variants of implementation described above, and accordingly, detailed description will be omitted. In accordance with the embodiment with reference to Fig.9, 13 and 14, the movement of the door 4 may be limited to the two guides, and the fixing efforts can be applied in positions in which the door 4 is locked. As a result, the door 4 can stably be moved and recorded significant pinning force.

Fig.15 is a schematic view of main parts of the device for processing sheets in accordance with another embodiment. Fig.16 is a view in section of the Central region in Fig.15.

Below with Ref the Oh in Fig.15 and 16 will be described the main parts. In Fig.15 hinges located on both sides of the door 4, excluded, and shows only the Central section of the door 4.

This alternative implementation is a structure that supports the door 4, and then will not turn in the door position, rotated by the second angle. Like the version of the implementation mentioned above, the door 4 can no longer rotate when the guide projection 1322 based on the second supporting protrusion 1308. However, if unexpected force, such as weight linen, leaning on the door 4 is attached to the door 4 may be a need for a more stable fixation of the door 4.

Recessed element 44, recessed to a predetermined depth may be formed on the lower area of the door 4, and the protruding element 32, protruding to a predetermined height may be formed on the lower section of the housing 3 corresponding to uteplennom element 44. In this case, the recessed element 44 may be formed above the lower end of the door 4. That is, the recessed element 44 can be formed in the top position at a predetermined height from the lower end of the door 4, and plot the door at the bottom of the recessed element 44 may be larger than the recessed element 44 to have a normal section of the door 4. The protruding element 32 can fit in flush element 44 in position 4 door, closing the hole 37, that is, in which ogenyi doors 4, located under the third angle.

However, after turning the door 4 under the second angle if the user rotates the door 4, the lower end of the door 4 may come in contact with a protruding element 32 formed on the lower end of the housing 3.

In other words, if the door 4 is rotated sufficiently, is the second angle, the lower end of the housing 3 may come in contact with the lower end of the door 4 and the door 4 may then be further rotated.

Only the protruding element 32 can be formed in the center of the housing 3. Alternatively, multiple protruding elements 32 may be symmetrically positioned relative to the center of the housing 3 to increase the strength for maintaining the door 4.

The only recessed element 44 can be formed in the center of the door 4. Alternatively, lots of recessed elements 44 may be symmetrically positioned relative to the center of the door 4 to increase strength to maintain the housing 3.

In addition to the options of implementation mentioned above, another option may not show that the door 4 is rotated under greater than the second angle.

The device 100 for processing sheets in accordance with another embodiment may include a housing 3 made with the possibility of formation of its appearance, ilusionista 37 for a load of Laundry, office (R) to accommodate linen, located in the housing for processing (washing and drying) linen items for washing or items for drying), and the door 4, is arranged to open and close the openings 37 for a load of Laundry.

If the device 100 for processing linen is made only for drying, only the drum (not shown) mounted rotatably in the housing 3, can be installed as a separation (R) to accommodate the linen.

However, if the device 100 for processing linen executed to implement the functions of washing, and drying tank (not shown) mounted in the housing to hold water for washing, and a drum (not shown) mounted for rotation in the tank, can be installed as a separation (R) to accommodate.

The door 4 may be rotated through the pivot point 5 and 6, mounted perpendicular to the bottom surface of the housing 3, or exoskeleton 6 and 7000 installed parallel to the bottom surface of the housing 3. The door 4 may include an outer frame 43 having the hinges, attached to it, and the inner frame 41 that is connected with the outer frame 43, which form the exterior of the door.

Outer frame 43 may include a first handle 4311 and the second handle 4315. The first handle 4311 may be located on the upper surface of the outer frame 43 with a bend, and in ora handle 4315 may be located on each of two opposite side surfaces of the door.

The first handle 4311 can be used as a means to rotate the door about the second hinge 6 and the fourth hinge 7000, which will be described below. The second handle 4315 can be used as a means to rotate the door 4 relative to the second hinge 6 and the first hinge 5, which will be described below.

In this case, the door 4 may further include a through hole 4330 formed in a position corresponding to the hole 37 for Laundry load case 3, and a transparent plate 4330 located in a through hole to allow the user to see the internal compartment (R) to accommodate.

In this case, a through hole 4330 may include a through hole of the frame formed in the outer frame 43, and the through hole of the cover, formed in the inner frame 41. Transparent plate 4340 may include a transparent cover plate that is located in a through hole of the cover, and a transparent plate frame, located in a through hole of the frame.

Locking a node can be optionally mounted on the door 4 for connecting the door and the enclosure 3. The locking unit may include a hook 41 located on each of the outer frame 43 and the casing 3, and the groove 43 for receiving a hook formed on the other of the outer frame 43 and the casing 3, placed the I hook. In addition, as shown in Fig.18, the device 100 for processing linen may include a first hinge 5 with the first axis (51, see Fig.20 and 21), located perpendicularly to the bottom surface of the housing 3, the fourth hinge 7000 with the fifth shaft 7100, see Fig.22) that is parallel to the bottom surface of the housing 3 and the second joint 6 with the third axis (63, see Fig.19) that is parallel to the fifth axis 7100 and the second axis (631, see Fig.19) that is parallel to the first axis 51.

The second hinge 6 and the fourth hinge 7000 can form the axis (V) of rotation, used to open doors 4 under predefined angle relative to the front surface of the housing 3 (the opening shown in Fig.17(c)). The second hinge 6 and the first hinge 5 can form the axis (H) turn used to open the door 4 toward the side of the case 3 (opening shown in Fig.17(b)).

As a result, the third axis 63 of the second hinge 6 and the fifth axis 7100 fourth hinge 7000 can be located on the same axis (H) of rotation. The second axis 651 of the second hinge 6 and the first axis 51 of the first hinge 5 can be located on the same axis (V) of rotation. In addition, the fourth hinge 7000 and the first hinge 5 can be located with removable door 4, and their detailed structure is described below.

First of all, the second fixed the 6 will be described with reference to Fig.19.

The second hinge 6 may include a mounting portion 61 of the housing, fixed to the body 3, and the fixing part 65 of the door mounted on the door 4.

In this case, the fixing part 65 of the door may be positioned to rotate on the mounting part 61 of the housing through a third axis 63 that is located parallel to the bottom surface of the housing. In other words, the mounting portion 61 of the housing may include a fixing plate 611 of the housing, fixed to the body 3, and a rotating plate 613 connected to rotate with fixing plate 611 of the housing through a third axis 63 of the fixing part 65 of the door, connected with it. The fixing part 65 of the door may include a connecting plate 631 fixing part fixed on the rotating plate 613, the second axis 651 mounted on the connecting plate 631 mounting portion parallel to the bottom surface of the case 3, and the mounting plate 633 door button can be rotated on the connecting plate 631 mounting part with the second axis 651 mounted on the door 4.

In this case, the second axis 651 may be secured to the connecting plate 631 mounting part by means of the mounting rib 637 axis, and the mounting rib 637 axis cannot be bent in contrast to Fig.19.

The first hinge 5 may include a first axis 51, which is fixed N. the casing 3, in order to have the same rotation axis as the rotation axis fourth axis located perpendicular to the bottom surface of the housing 3 through the center of the second axis 651, and the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis, located at door 4 is removable from the first axis 51.

As shown in Fig.20, the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis may include a housing 532 located on the door 4, the groove 531 for receiving the first axis, formed on the housing 532, to accommodate the first axis, the locking element 5330, one end of which is located in the housing 532 and the other end located in the groove 531 for receiving the first axis, and a part 5340 for elastic maintain the locking element located in the housing 532 for elastic maintain the locking element 5330.

The first axis 51 may include surface 511, treated harshly, located opposite symmetrically facing each other in the longitudinal direction.

In this case, the groove 531 for receiving the first axis may include a groove 5311 to accommodate surfaces treated harshly, having a width corresponding to the distance between the surfaces 511, treated harshly, the first axis 51, and an annular groove 5313 having a radius that is identical to the curvature (r) of the connecting surface 513 connecting surfaces treated harshly, with each other. Ring Cana is ka 5313 may be connected with the groove 5311 to accommodate surfaces, treated harshly, and the diameter of the annular groove 5313 may be larger than the distance between the surfaces 511, treated harshly.

Thus, there may be provided an effect that the first axis 51 can smoothly connect with part 53 to disconnect the first axis or to detach from her, when the door 4 is rotated on the third axis 63 and the fifth axis 7100, and part 63 to disconnect the first axis can be prevented from detaching from the first axis 51, when the door 4 is rotated on the first axis 51 and the second axis 651.

In other words, when the door is rotated to the first axis 51 and the second axis 651 of the second hinge, surface 511, treated harshly, the third axis can be parallel to the groove 5311 to accommodate surfaces treated harshly.

As a consequence, the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis can be disconnected from the first axis 51, when the door 4 is rotated on the third axis 63 of the second and fifth hinge axis 7100 fourth hinge.

However, if the door 4 starts to rotate the first axis 51 and the second axis 651 of the second hinge connecting surface 513 of the first axis may come in contact with the annular groove 5313. The first axis 51 can be prevented from detaching from the grooves 531 for receiving the first axis, since the diameter (2r) of the ring groove 5313 greater than the width (w) of the groove 5311 to accommodate surfaces, education is tannich sharp.

In this case, at least one inclined surface may be formed in the groove 531 for receiving the first axis direction of the first axis 51 in the groove 5311 to accommodate the cutting surfaces when part 53 to disconnect the first axis is connected with the first axis 51. Fig.20 depicts the first inclined surface 5381 and the second inclined surface 5383.

The locking element 5330 may be a means to maintain the axis 51, is placed in the annular groove 5313, which may be supported in part 5340 for elastic maintain the locking element. As a result, the locking element 5330 can move in the housing 532, when the first axle 51 is inserted in the groove 5311 to accommodate surfaces treated harshly, and it can be opened in the groove 5311 to accommodate surfaces treated harshly, when the first axle 51 is inserted in an annular groove 5313, so that the locking element 5330 can support the first axis 51 to prevent disconnection of the first axis 51 from the annular groove 5313.

Fig.21 depicts another example of the first hinge 5, as described above. This example of the first hinge 5 may include a first axis 51, fixed to the body 3, and the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis, located at door 4, which is detached from the first axis 4.

Part 53 to disconnect the first axis may include a housing 532 implementing the military on the door 4, item 535 to accommodate the first axis, connected to rotate with the housing, and a portion 537 for elastic support element to be made with the possibility of the elastic support element for receiving the first axis.

Item 535 to accommodate the first axis may include a groove (R1) to accommodate the first axis to accommodate the first axis 51 and the guide element 5353 first axis direction of the first axis to the groove (R1) to accommodate the first axis when the first axis is connected with a part for disconnecting the first axis.

In this case, the groove (R1) to accommodate the first axis may be formed by ledge 5351 and guide element 5353 first axis, as shown in Fig.21. In this case, the length of the guide element 5353 first axis may be greater than the length of protrusion 5351.

Part 537 for elastic support element for receiving may include a piston 5371 located in the housing 532, in contact with the element 535 to accommodate the first axis and the spring 5373 made with the possibility of the elastic support piston 5371.

In this case, at least one inclined surface 5355 element may be formed on the element 535 to accommodate the first axis for contact with the piston 5371 and body 532 in the case of rotation. Due to the inclined surface of the element may be provided to effect regulation of the angle of rotation of the element 55 to accommodate the first axis, when the first axle 51 is connected with part 53 to disconnect the first axis or disconnected from it.

In addition, the inclined surface 5355 element can generate a sound upon contact with the piston 5371 or piston 5371 when turning element 535 to accommodate the first axis, so that the user can effectively informed of the completion of the connection or disconnection between the first axle part 51 and 53 to disconnect the first axis.

Thus, the device 100 for processing linen may have a construction in which the second hinge 6 and the first hinge 5 can be selectively connected to either the right or left side of the door, to allow the user to conveniently change the direction of rotation of the door 4. As shown in Fig.18, the inner frame 41, which is located in the door 4 may include two first fastening parts 4321 located in symmetrical positions relative to the straight line (D) passing through the center (G) doors 4, respectively, for fastening part 53 to disconnect the first axis on it, and two second fixing part 4323 located in other symmetrical positions relative to the straight line (d) passing through the center (G) of the door, respectively, for fixing the mounting part 65 of the door of the second hinge 6 on them. The housing 3 may include two mounting part of the first axis (317, see Fig.17(b)) that are located in positions that corresponds to the adequate first fastening parts 4321, respectively, for fixing the first axis 51 of the first hinge 5, attached to it, and the two mounting of the mounting plate (319, see Fig.17(b)) located at the positions corresponding to the second fixing parts (4323, see Fig.18) for fastening the mounting plate 611 of the housing of the second hinge 6 on them.

In this case, the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis 51 may be parallel to the first axis 61 of the first hinge, in symmetry relative to a straight line (K1) passing through the center of the first axis 51. In addition, the connection plate 631 of the fixing part, the second axis 651 and the mounting plate 633 doors can be parallel to the third axis 63, in symmetry relative to a straight line (K2) passing through the center of the second axis 651.

As a result, if the user is right-handed, the second hinge 6 and the first hinge 5 can be located on the right side of the housing, as shown in Fig.18). If the user is left-handed, the second hinge 6 and the first hinge 5 can be located on the left side of the housing 3.

When the second hinge 6 and the first hinge 5 are located on the left side of the housing 3, as shown in Fig.18, the first hinge 5 can be rotated to move the first axis 51 in Fig.20 up and down, and it can be fixed on a part for fixing the first axis (317, see Fig.17(b)), located on the left side of the housing 3. This document is part 5 to detach the first axis in Fig.20 can be rotated to move up and down, and it can be fixed on the first fixing part 4321, located on the left side of the inner frame 41.

In this case, the fixing cover (4211, see Fig.18) can optionally be located on the inner frame 41 to prevent the opening of one of the first fastening parts 4321 without first hinge 5, fixed on them.

Below with reference to Fig.22 will be described a fourth hinge 7000, located on the device 100 for processing linen.

The fourth hinge 7000 can be used as a tool to rotate the door 4 on the axis (H) of rotation that is parallel to the bottom surface of the housing 3, together with the second hinge 6.

For this fourth hinge 700 may be located on the outside of the frame 43 of the door. The fourth hinge 7000 may include a fifth axis 7100, having the same axis of rotation as the axis of rotation of the third axis 63, which is located in the second joint 6, and a portion to detach the housing, configured to connect with a removable fifth axis 7100 housing 3.

At least one fourth hinge 7000 can be located on the door 4, and Fig.22 depicts two placed fourth hinge 7000.

In this case, the part to detach the housing may include a connecting axis 7300, located on the fifth axis 7100, and part of the 7400 to accommodate an axis located on the housing 3, to accommodate connect the through axis 7300.

The connecting axis 7300 may protrude from the outer peripheral surface of the fifth axis 7100 to the body 3 to open on the outer side of the cover through the inner frame 41 of the door 4.

Part of 7400 to accommodate the axis may include the item 7410 to be attached to the housing 3, and the groove 7430 to be formed in the element 7410 to accommodate, to accommodate the connecting axis 7300 in it.

As a result, when the door 4 opens the hole 37 after turning on the axis (V) of rotation passing through the center of the second axis 651 and the first axis 51, the fifth axis 7100 can be disconnected from the housing 3. However, when the door 4 closes the opening 37 after turning on the axis (V) of rotation, the connecting axis 7300 can be inserted into the groove 7430 to accommodate for mounting on the housing 3.

If the fifth axis 7100 fixed by means of the connecting axis 7300 and parts 7400 to accommodate the axis, the door 4 may be rotated on the axis of rotation (H, see Fig.18) passing through the center of the third axis 63 of the first hinge and the center of the fifth axis 7100 second hinge, for opening holes 37.

The reason is that the first axis 51 of the third hinge can be disconnected from the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis.

In this case, the fourth hinge 7000 may optionally include a portion for the elastic support of the door is arranged to regulate the speed of rotation of the door 4, to the da door 4 is rotated to open the holes 37, and to reduce the effort to rotate the door 4 when the door closes the opening 37.

Part for the elastic support of the door can be changed only if it can perform the function mentioned above, and Fig.22 depicts the torsion spring 7200 as part for the elastic support of the door.

When the torsion spring 7200 installed as part of the elastic maintain door, torsion spring 7200 can be installed in the door 4, and the end of the torsion spring 7200 can be fixed on the fifth axis 7100, and its other end may be secured to the door 4. For this purpose, the holder 4313 springs mounted on the outside of the frame 43 may optionally be located in the door 4.

In addition, the fourth hinge 7000 may optionally include a portion to adjust the angle made with the possibility of adjusting the angle of the door 4 when the door 4 is rotated on the third axis 63 of the first hinge and the fifth axis 7100 second hinge (rotates on an axis (H) of rotation).

Part for angle adjustment may include at least one of the first and second parts of the 7500 and 7600 for angle adjustment. Below will be described the case in which you installed both the first and second parts of the 7500 and 7600 to adjust the angle.

As shown in Fig.23, the first part of 7500 to adjust the angle may include a first adjustment place the inu 7510, mounted on the fifth axis 7100, and the first part 7530 to detach button in the door to connect to the first adjusting plate 7510 for fixing the position of the door 4. The first adjustment plate 7510 may have a fixing portion fixed on the first part 7530 to detach, and the fastening part can be made from a variety of concave grooves, recessed from the outer peripheral surface of the first adjusting plate 7510, or multiple protrusions protruding from the outer peripheral surface of the first adjusting plate 7510.

If the mounting part is many notches, the first part 7530 for disconnection can be performed to insert into one of the grooves. If the mounting part is a lot of tabs, the first part 7530 for disconnection can be made to accommodate one of the ledges.

If you used the case of the formation of many grooves as the mounting part, the mounting part may include a first curved groove 7511 and the second groove 7512, recessed from the outer peripheral surface of the first regulating part 7510. In this case, the second recess 7512 may be located at a given angular distance from the first recess. Fig.23 depicts the angle between the first recess 7511 and the second recess 7512, which is 30 degrees.

Thus, the first frequent the 7530 to detach may include the first element 7531 in contact with the outer peripheral surface of the first adjusting plate 7510, and part 7533 for the elastic support of the first element, one end of which is secured to the door 4 and the other end fixed on the first element 7531, for the elastic support of the first element.

Part 7533 for the elastic support of the first element can maintain contact first element 7531 surface of the first adjusting plate 7510, even when the first element 7531 moves together with the door while turning the door 4.

In the case of doors 4, closing the hole 37 (see Fig.17(a)), the first element 7531 can be placed in the first recess 7511. If there is no applied external force to the door 4 through the first handle (311, see Fig.17), the first element 7531 can prevent the door 4 from turning on the third axis 63 of the second and fifth hinge axis 7100 fourth hinge (see Fig.24(a)).

In addition, even when the door 4 opens the hole 37 under the action of external force applied thereto through the first handle 4311, the first element 7531 can be inserted into the second recess 7512, and, then, the door 4 can hold the position at the fifth axis 7100 fourth hinge (the first axis of the first hinge and the second axis of the second hinge with an angle of 30 degrees (see Fig.24(b)).

As a result, the opening angle of the door 4 can be adjusted the first part of 7500 to adjust the angle.

In addition, the torsion spring 7200, located on the fourth hinge 7000, m which can exert an elastic force, removes the first element 7531 in the range of angles over 30-90 degrees or less from the first recess 7511, when the door 4 is rotated on the fifth axis 7100 fourth hinge.

It is necessary to implement the effect of fixing the door 4, is pivoted at 30 to 90 degrees relative to the fifth axis of the fourth joint (see Fig.24(c)).

In this case, the end of the torsion spring 7200 can be fixed on the holder 4313 spring and its other end can be fixed with the possibility of inserting in the installation hole 7513 for spring formed on the first adjusting plate 7510.

As a result, the door 4 is installed on the device 100 for processing linen, can be opened at 30 degrees relative to the fifth axis 7100 (this is provided the first part for angle adjustment), more than 30 or less than 90 degrees (for example, 60 degrees, and it is provided with a torsion spring) or 90 degrees.

When linen is located at door 4, open 30 degrees or 60 degrees relative to the fifth axis 7100, linen in a natural way can be loaded into the compartment (R) to accommodate, and the user does not have to bend to load of Laundry.

In addition, when the door 4 is opened at 90 degrees relative to the fifth axis 7100, the door 4 can be used as a shelf, and the user can temporarily place clothes, unloaded from the Department (R) for vmeme the Oia (see Fig.24(d)).

Thus, when the door 4 is used as a shelf when the door 4 is rotated by 90 degrees relative to the fifth axis 7100), external force created by the weight of the linen will be concentrated on the fourth hinge 7000 and the second hinge 6. As a result, to prevent breakage of the second hinge 6 and the fourth hinge 7000 part 313 to maintain the door serving to the door 4 may be additionally installed on the main body 3. Notch 4325 to accommodate parts for maintenance may be additionally formed on the door 4 to accommodate part 313 to maintain the door (see Fig.18).

In this case, part 313 to maintain the door may be located in a predetermined position to maintain the inner frame 41 of the door 4 when the door 4 is rotated by 90 degrees on the fifth axis 7100 (see Fig.18 (b)).

The second part 7600 to adjust the angle can be optionally installed on the fourth hinge 7000, and it can be a means for fixing the position of the door 4 is rotated at a given angle for the fifth axis 7100.

In other words, the device 100 for processing linen, mentioned above, may secure the position of the door 4 by means of a first adjusting plate 7510 and the first part 7530 to detach located in the first part of 7500 to adjust the angle of the fourth hinge 7000. However, when an external force (for example, weight linen or similar) is relogin to the door 4, there could be a danger not hold the position of the door 4.

The second part 7600 to adjust the angle may be a means to prevent the dangers mentioned above. As shown in Fig.25, the second part 7600 to adjust the angle may include a second adjustment plate 7610, located on the fifth axis 7100, and the second part 7630 to detach button on the door 4 is in contact with the second regulating plate 7610.

The second part 7630 to detach may include the second element 7631, located on the door in contact with the outer peripheral surface of the second adjusting plate 7610, part 7633 for the elastic support of the second element, one end of which is secured to the door 4, and its other end secured to the second element 7631.

In the case limiter 611 can be located on the outer peripheral surface of the second adjusting plate 7610 for connection with the second element 7631, when the first element 7531 first part 7531 to detach connected with the second recess 7512 first part of 7500 to adjust the angle.

As a result, when the door 4 is rotated by 30 degrees on the fifth axis 7100, the first element 7531 can be inserted in the second recess 7511, as shown in Fig.26 (b), and the second element 7631 may come in contact with stop 7611, so that the opening angle constituting priblizitel is but 90 degrees, can be maintained, even if an external force is applied to the door 4.

In addition, the door 4 can hold the position of the opening 60 degrees on the fifth axis 7100 under the action of the elastic force of the torsion spring 7200. When the weight of the door 4 more elastic forces of the torsion spring 7200 (when the door is rotated by 60 degrees or more on the second axis), the door can keep the position open 90 degrees or more at the fifth axis 7100.

In this document, lift 4350 can be optionally installed to release the connection between the second element 7631 and limiter 7611 opening the door of 60 degrees (typical value of the rotation angle of the door in the range of more than 30 to less than 90 degrees or 90 degrees.

Lift 4350 may have the construction shown in Fig.25. In other words, the lift 4350 may include the presser part 4531 located on the door 4, the lever 4353, mounted to rotate on the inner frame 41 of the door 4 through the axis 4351 rotation of the lever with the end in contact with the presser part 4351, and wire 4355, one end of which is fixed to the lever 4353, and the other end fixed to the second element 7631 second part 7630 to detach. In this case, the presser part 4351 may be located on the first handle (4311, see Fig.17(c)) formed on the door 4.

As a result, when you try to rotate the door 4, that is, to open the and 30 degrees on the fifth axis 7100, 60 degrees or 90 degrees, the user may uncouple the connection between the second element 7631 and limiter 7611 using the presser part 4351 and wire 4355, located on the first handle 4311.

In other words, when the presser part 4351 pressed by the user, the lever can be rotated on the axis 4531 rotation of the lever and the wire attached to the end of the lever 4353, you may disconnect the second element 7631 second part 7630 to detach from the limiter 7611.

In this case, the part to detach the housing, located on the fourth hinge 7000, can have the structure shown in Fig.27 and 28.

Part to detach the housing depicted in Fig.27 and 28, has the characteristic consists in the fact that the resistance is not transmitted from the torsion spring 7200, while the door 4 is rotated at a given angle on the third axis 63 of the second and fifth hinge axis 7100 fourth hinge.

This feature is designed to improve the user's convenience, and it can provide turn-door 4 to 30 degrees on the fifth axis 7100 fourth hinge that is very effective when the load of clothes in the office (R) to accommodate.

Part to detach the housing depicted in Fig.27(a), has the characteristic consists in the fact that the gap (g) formed between the groove 7430 to accommodate, educated in part 7400 for vremeni the axis, and connecting axis 7300.

In other words, the thickness (t) of the connecting axis 7300 may be less than the height (h) of the groove 7430 to accommodate. In this case, the thickness (t) of the connecting axis 7300 and height (h) of the groove to accommodate can be installed to ensure contact of the connecting axis 7300 with groove 7430 to accommodate, when the door turned around 30-40 degrees on the fifth axis 7100.

In addition, the protrusion 7431 grooves to accommodate can be formed in the groove 7430 to accommodate for providing connection between the connecting axis 7300 and groove 7430 to accommodate. The ledge 7310 connecting axis can be formed on the connecting axis 7300 to connect with the tab 7431 grooves to accommodate.

As a result, the door 4 may be rotated by the fifth axis 7100 in the angle range of 30-40 degrees without affecting the torsion spring 7200, and it can be slow to open in a range of angles greater than 40 degrees when exposed to the torsion spring 7200.

The reason why the door 4 can be opened under the influence of torsion spring 7200 in a range of angles greater than 40 degrees, is that the damage of the second hinge 6 and the fourth hinge 7000 caused by the weight of the door, should be prevented by quickly turning the door 4.

Fig.28 depicts an implementation option, which provides the effects mentioned above, with the mounting structure of torsion the spring 7200.

In other words, the installation hole 7513 for the spring may be formed on the fifth axis 7100 for fastening with the possibility of the insertion end of the torsion spring 7200 in it. The ledge 7513 holes can be formed on the inner peripheral surface of the installation hole 7513 to spring for fixing the position of the torsion spring 7200.

In this case, the diameter mounting holes 7513 for the spring may be greater than the diameter of the torsion spring 7200.

As a result, when the door 4 is rotated on the fifth axis 7100, the end of the torsion spring 7200 mounted in a holder 4313 spring, mounted in the door, and, accordingly, the torsion spring 7200 can be rotated together with the door 4.

In this case, the other end of the torsion spring 7200 inserted in the installation hole 7513 for spring, can be rotated along the inner peripheral surface of the installation hole 7513 to spring up until it will not contact with the guide 7515 holes.

As a result, if the position of the projection 7515 holes are provided to maintain the torsion spring 7200, when the door 4 is rotated at 30-40 degrees on the fifth axis 7100, the same effect can be expected that the effect of option exercise, is shown in Fig.27.

Fig.28 illustrates the case in which the accessory hole 7513 for spring education the ANO on the second axis 72. If the installation hole 7513 for the spring of Fig.28 used in the embodiment depicted in Fig.23 or Fig.25, the installation hole 7513 for the spring of Fig.28 can be formed on each of the first and second adjustment plates 7510 and 7610 or on one of them.

In the above construction, applied restorative force to the door 4 by using the torsion spring 7200, you may experience a risk of the fifth axis 7100 from its original position by turning the door 4.

In other words, the end of the torsion spring 7200 can be mounted on the door with the bracket 4313 spring, and the other end of the torsion spring may be secured to the fifth axis 7100. Consequently, when the door 4 is rotated on the fifth axis 7100, external force created by the torsion spring 7200, can be applied to the fifth axis 7100, and the fifth axis 7100 may not retain its original position.

To prevent the dangers mentioned above, the door 4 may optionally include a support rib 436 for the fifth axis to maintain the fifth axis 7100 and part 437 for elastic support ribs, one end of which is secured to the door 4 and the other end fastened to the supporting edge 436 for the fifth axis.

Fig.29 and 30 show that part 315 to detach the fifth axis secures with a removable fifth axis 7100 fourth samiran the housing 3, when the door 4 is rotated on the first axis 51 and the second axis 651.

Part 315 to detach the fifth axis may include a housing 3151 attached to the housing 3, and the element 3153 to accommodate a fifth axis that is located can be rotated in the housing 3151, to detach the fifth axis 7100 from him.

In this case, a through hole 327 of the element to accommodate may be additionally formed on the inner frame 41 of the door 4 to support the insert element 3153 to accommodate the fifth axis on the door.

In this case, the element 3153 to accommodate the fifth axis may include a groove (R2) to accommodate the fifth axis, is arranged to accommodate the fifth axis 7100, and the guide element 31533 for the fifth axis, is made with the possibility of sending a fifth axis 7100 to the groove (R2) to accommodate the fifth axis.

In other words, the groove (R2) to accommodate the fifth axis can be formed by protrusions 31531 formed on both opposite ends of the element 3153 to accommodate the fifth axis, and the guide element 31533 for the fifth axis. In this document the length of the guide element 31533 for the fifth axis can be greater than the length of the projections 31531.

As a result, the device 100 for processing sheets, comprising part 315 to detach the fifth axis, can provide the effect of a more stable connection of the fifth axis 7100 housing 3 due to side to detach the of orpus second hinge.

Below will be described the construction of drying device in accordance with another embodiment.

Referring to Fig.31 and 32, the drying device 2 in accordance with this embodiment may include a housing 21 of the drying device having a compartment (20a) for drying, formed in it, for drying items for drying (not shown). In this document compartment (20a) for drying can be given space in which the drum is rotated at the rotation speed in accordance with a predefined condition for drying, and the hole to the drying compartment can be opened on the outer side of the through hole 20 for loading items for drying, formed on the side surface of the housing 21.

The hole 20 to load the items for drying can be opened and closed by the door 200, made of a rectangular plate. The window can be installed on the Central part of the door 200 to provide visibility of the Department (20a) for drying from the outside.

The door 200 may be connected to the housing 210 through the pivot point, consisting of a set of hinges, and it can be selectively rotated to open and close in different directions.

As shown in Fig.31 and 36, the door 200 can be selectively opened and closed in the vertical direction is up and down) or horizontal direction (the direction to the right and to the left). This document will be described hinge made with the possibility of opening and closing with the possibility of rotation of the door 200 in the vertical horizontal direction.

Hinge may include a horizontal hinge part is made with the possibility horizontal opening and closing doors, and a vertical hinge part is made with possibility of vertical opening and closing of the door 200. Thus, the region near the hole 20 to load the items for drying, formed on the housing 21 may be stepped from the outer peripheral surface of the housing 210, and a guide plate 22 may be formed on the stepped section to ensure tight contact with the inner surface of the outer side of the door 200.

Referring to Fig.32-35, a vertical hinge part may include a second siteplease element 120 mounted on a predetermined area of the lower end near the hole 20 to load the items for drying, a vertically rotatable and pivotally connected with the second hook 122 formed therein for inserting and detaching the second axis 221 of the second hinge 220 mounted on the lower end of the door, which will be described below in it and from it, the element 130 with an opening for rotation, mounted at the other lower end near the hole 20 to load PR is Ametov for drying, with the housing 131 item with a hole for rotation for the formation of holes 132 for rotation therein, and a rotating element 230 installed at the other lower end of the door 200 with a spherical rotating ball 230 formed thereon for insertion into the hole 132 for rotation free rotation and the housing 231 of the rotating element mounted on the lower end of the door.

As shown in Fig.32 and 36, the only siteplease ledge or many saralaya protrusions 250 can be formed on the door 200. The only groove for engagement or multiple grooves 23 for engagement can be formed on the guide plate 22 located on the housing 21 near the hole 20 to load the items for drying, for engagement with the insert with only siteplease ledge or many siteplease protrusions 250.

The vertical angle of the opening/closing of the door 200 may form a right angle or less.

The horizontal angle of the opening/closing of the door 200 may be selectively pre-set a single value or multiple values.

In this case, referring to Fig.33a-33c, the second tazapsidis element 120 may include an axis 120a of rotation, having mounting holes 120b formed on its outer peripheral surface, located on seminaristen from each other, supporting element 121, pivotally connected with the axis 120a of rotation, surface, mounted on the guide plate 22, and the rotating element 120, pivotally connected with the axis 120a of rotation, the locking protruding element 124 formed on its end for elastic insert in the installation hole 120b and detach from it, and with the second hook 123, jutting out from it.

In this document, referring to Fig.33b and 33c, the locking protruding element 124 may include mounting holes 120b located at a given distance from each other in the circumferential direction of the axis 120a of rotation, hole 124c formed on the inner peripheral surface of the element 122a to insert formed on the rotating element 120 for insertion axis 120a of rotation in him a spring 124b installed in the hole 124c, and the locking ball 124a connected to the spring 124b, for insertion into one of the mounting holes 120b.

As a result, when the rotating element 122 is rotated, the locking ball 124a may be inserted into one of the locking holes 2120b, and the angle of the opening/closing of the door relative to the guide plate 22 can be supported.

Referring to Fig.37-39, the horizontal hinge part may include a first hook element 111 mounted on the upper end section of the guide is lastine 22 near the opening 20 to load the items for drying, and the first hook element 111 has a first hook 112 formed therein, the first hinge element 210 mounted on the upper end section of the door 200, with the first axis 211 turn, inserted into the first hook 112 and detachable therefrom, and a second hinge element 220 mounted on the lower end section of the door 220 mounted on the lower end section of the door 200, with the second axis 221 of the rotation. Here the second axis 221 of the rotation can rotate when engaged with the second hook 123 of the second SitePlayer element 120 mentioned above.

Then, will describe the process of opening/closing doors, turning in a vertical or horizontal direction with reference to the configuration described above.

Vertical opening/closing door

Referring to Fig.31-35, when the door is opened and closed vertically, the door 200 can be rotated for opening and closing at its lower end as the axis of rotation. In other words, both the lower end of the door can be rotated.

In detail, referring to Fig.32, 34a and 34b, rotating the ball 232 of the rotating element 230, which is located at the other end of the door 200, is inserted into the hole 132 for rotation, formed at the other end of the guide plate 22, can make free rotation. Referring to Fig.33a and 33b, the second axis 221 of the rotation of the second hinge element, located at the end of the door 200 can be hooked with the possibility of inserting the second hook 123 of the second SitePlayer element 120, pivotally connected to the end of the guide plate 22, and it can make vertical rotation.

The door 200 can be rotated on the axis of rotation passing through the lower end of the door for vertical opening and closing.

When the door 200, which may be vertically opened and closed hermetically closes the opening 20 to load the items for drying, the door 200 can maintain a sealed state (closed position).

In other words, as shown in Fig.35, the first axis 211 of the rotation of the first hinge element 210 is located on the upper end of the door 200 can be hooked with the possibility of inserting the first hook 112 of the first SitePlayer element 110 formed on the end of the guide plate 22. Referring to Fig.36, lots saralaya protrusions 250, located on the inner surface of the door 200 may be hooked with many grooves 23 for engagement formed on the guide plate 22, and the door 200 can maintain a closed position.

The horizontal process of opening/closing the door

Referring to Fig.36-40, when the door opens and closes horizontally lateral side of the door may be the axis of rotation of the door for gorizontalnom the opening and closing of the door. More specifically, the first axis 211 of the rotation of the first hinge element 210 is located on the upper end of the door 200 can rotate in the engaged position with the possibility of inserting the first hook 112 of the first SitePlayer element 110 located on the upper end of the guide plate 22. In addition, as shown in Fig.33a and 38, the second axis 221 of the rotation of the second hinge element 220 located at the lower end of the door 200 can rotate in the engaged position with the possibility of inserting the second hook 123 of the second SitePlayer element 120 located at the lower end of the guide plate. As a result, the first and second axis 211 and 221 of the rotation may form one and the same axis of rotation.

As a result, the door 200 can be rotated on the axis of rotation passing through the side door 200 to the horizontal opening and closing.

When horizontally opening and closing the door 200 is hermetically closes the opening 20 to load the items for drying, the door 200 can maintain a sealed state (closed position).

In other words, as mentioned above, the first axis 211 of the rotation of the first hinge element 210 is located on the upper end of the door 200 can be hooked with the possibility of inserting the first hook 112 of the first SitePlayer element 110 formed on the upper end of the guide p the plates 22. In addition, as shown in Fig.36, lots siteplease protrusions 250, located on the inner side surface of the door 200 may be hooked with many grooves 23 for engagement formed on the guide plate 22, so that the door 200 can maintain a closed position.

Below is described a device for processing sheets, comprising a drying device 2 having the configuration mentioned above, and the washing machine 1, connected to each other.

Referring to Fig.31, known washing machine 1 may include a housing 10 of a washing machine having a Laundry room with washing up in it. Hole 12 to load the items for washing may be formed on the upper section of the housing 10 to open the top outer side to the washing compartment, and the cover 11 may be connected with a hole 12 for loading items for Laundry for opening and closing the opening 12.

A drying device 2 in accordance with the embodiment mentioned above, can be installed next to the body 10 of the washing machine. In this document, the housing 10 of the washing machine and the housing 21 of the drying device can be made as one unit with each other, or they can be connected to each other by means of auxiliary connecting means (not shown).

Referring to the configurations, the Yu, as described above, the items of Laundry can be loaded into the compartment for Laundry through the opening 12 to load the items for washing. In other words, the items of Laundry can be loaded in the vertical (up and down) direction.

The items of Laundry can be unloaded through the opening 12 for loading items to be laundered in a vertical direction after the washing process, which includes the wash cycle and the cycle of rapid rotation.

Consequently, washed items of Laundry can be loaded into the drying device 2 as subjects for drying for drying.

In this case, the items for drying can be loaded into the drying through the hole 20 to load the items for drying, open on the outer side, by opening the door 200 that is connected to the side surface of the housing 21 of the drying device in accordance with the embodiment.

In this case, the door 200 can be rotated for opening and closing at its lower end as the axis of rotation. When the items for drying load in the compartment 20a drying, the door can be opened at the position inclined downwards. In this paper the design and the way the vertical opening/closing of the door 200 described above, and therefore their description will be omitted.

When the door 200 is rotated in the provision of education pre is varicella prescribed angle of opening/closing down the inner surface of the door 200 may form a slope.

As a result, the items for drying washed in the washing machine 1, can fall from the top section is inclined at an angle open door 200, and falling objects for drying can be loaded into the compartment 20a drying through the hole 20 to load the items for drying along the inner surface of the door 200, gently sloping towards the hole 20 to load the items for drying.

In other words, the reason why the door 200, a vertically open and close, turns down to form angle is to smoothly guide the items for drying to the hole 20 to load the items for drying along the inner inclined surface of the door 200.

Although not shown, the guide wall may be additionally formed on each lateral area of the inner surface of the door 200 to the sliding direction of the items for drying to the hole 20 to load the items for drying without falling on the outside. When closing the door 200, the hole for the insert may be formed on the guide plate 22 for insertion into it of the guide walls, protruding from each lateral area of the inner surface of the door 200.

After loading the items for drying in the Department 20a drying in accordance with the way the chip is the position in the direction down the door 200 can be closed to seal the holes 20 to load the items for drying.

A drying device 2 can perform the drying objects to be dried, loaded in the compartment 20a drying in accordance with the conditions of drying.

After drying the items for drying can be discharged to the outside through the opening 20 to load the items for drying.

Thus, referring to Fig.36, the door 200 in accordance with this embodiment can be rotated to open and close in a horizontal direction. As a result, the door can be opened in a horizontal direction in the case of unloading items for drying.

As a result, in the case of unloading items for drying the user can smoothly unload the items for drying, located in the Department 20a drying through the opening 20 to load the items for drying.

Below is described a device for processing sheets in accordance with yet another embodiment with reference to the accompanying drawings.

While the options for implementation were described with reference to some illustrative embodiments, it should be understood that numerous other modifications and embodiments can be carried out by specialists in the art that will fall within the essence and scope of the principles of the present disclosure.

Detail may be made reference to specific options ASU is estline, examples which may be illustrated on the accompanying drawings. Where possible, similar reference position can be used on the drawings to refer to same or similar elements.

Fig.41 is a perspective view of the device for processing sheets in accordance with another embodiment. The device 100 for processing sheets in accordance with this embodiment may include a housing 3 having office (R) to accommodate linen, and a hole 37 for a load of Laundry, made with the possibility of the load of Laundry in the Department to accommodate linen, 4 door, configured to open and close the openings 37 and hinge 5, 6 and 7, is arranged to provide rotation of the door 4 for opening and closing holes in different directions.

Case 3 can determine the appearance of the device for processing sheets, and a hole 37 for the Laundry load may be formed through the outer panel 33, located on the side of the hull, for a message with the office (R) to accommodate the linen.

Part 39 to accommodate the locking protrusion may be located on the outer panel 33 to accommodate the locking projection 47 formed on the door 4. The locking protrusion 47 of the door 4 can fit in the part 39 to accommodate the locking protrusion located on the housing, so that the door can open and close the opening to the Laundry load.

In this case, the panel 31 of the control can be located on the housing 3 to provide user input commands in device for processing linen.

Hinge 5, 6 and 7 may form the first axis (A) of rotation for rotation of the door for opening and closing the openings 37 and the second axis (B) rotate to rotate the door 4 for opening and closing the openings 37 in the direction different from the direction of the first axis (A) of rotation.

The first axis of rotation can be formed using the first hinge 5 and the second hinge 6. The second axis of rotation can be formed by means of the second hinge 6 and the third hinge 7.

In Fig.41 the first axis (A) of rotation can be formed in the longitudinal direction of the housing 3 (the vertical axis of rotation) and the second axis (B) of rotation can be formed in the direction of the width of the chassis (horizontal axis of rotation). However, the location of the first axis of rotation and the location of the second axis of rotation may not necessarily limited to those depicted in Fig.2. In other words, the first axis of rotation and the second axis of rotation can be located in different locations on the body, only if they provide rotation of the door in different directions to open holes (only if the first axis of rotation and the second axis of rotation to form a pre-determined angle).

This is the document, as shown in Fig.31 (b), the second axis of rotation can be located in the direction of the width of the hull to ensure the tilt of the door relative to the lower end of the hole 37. In this case, it may be a result of the effective load of Laundry caused by the tilting of the door, which will be described below.

The door 4 may include an inner frame 43 located relative to the outer panel 33, and the outer frame 41 that is connected with the inner frame for the education of the door 4.

The door may further include a transparent portion 45 located with the possibility of inserting in the hole 37. Transparent portion 45 can prevent lingerie, located in the Department (R) to accommodate linen, from the exit holes for the Laundry load, and it may also allow the user to see the office (R) to accommodate the linen during operation of the device for the processing of linen.

Below will be described in detail, the connecting structure between the pivot node and a door in accordance with this embodiment with reference to Fig.42.

The inner frame 43 and the transparent part 45 are excluded from the doors, is shown in Fig.42 for a description of the connecting structure between the pivot node and the door.

Hinge may include a first hinge 5 having a first axis, consisting of the first axis (A)of rotation, to connect the door and the enclosure 3, and detach the door from the housing 3, the second hinge 6 having a second axis, consisting of the first axis (A) rotate together with the first axis, and third axis, consisting of the second axis (B) of rotation, and the third joint 7 having a fourth axis, consisting of the second axis (B) rotate together with the third axis for connecting door 4 from the housing 3, and detach the door 4 from the housing 3.

In other words, the second hinge 6 may be fixed to the body and doors. The first hinge 5 and the third hinge 7 can selectively connecting door 4 with the case.

As a result, the door 4 may be rotated by the first axis (A) of rotation based on selection by a user to open and close the openings 37 (see Fig.41(a)), or it can rotate on the second axis (B) of rotation for opening and closing the openings 37 (see Fig.41(b)).

The first hinge 5 may include a first axis located in any of the case 3 and door 4, and the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis, located on the other of the housing and the door, to detach the first axis.

Fig.42 depicts a first axis 51, located on the outer panel 33 of the housing, and the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis, located on the door.

The first axis 51 may be located on the right upper end of the outer panel 33 for the formation of the first axis (A) of rotation.

Part 53 to disconnect the first axis may include the substance of the groove 531 to accommodate the axis to accommodate the first axis 51, part 533 to open/close grooves for opening and closing grooves to accommodate the axis portion 535 to the elastic support portion for opening/closing for the elastic support portion for opening/closing the grooves. Part 535 to the elastic support portion for opening/closing can fit in the portion 533 for opening/closing the grooves in Fig.43. The first axis 51 and the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis will be described below with reference to Fig.43.

The second hinge 6 may include a second axis 651 button to match the first axis of the first hinge 5 for formation of the first axis (A) of rotation and a third axis 63, forming a second axis (B) of turn.

In detail, the second hinge 6 may be installed at the point of intersection of the first axis (A) of rotation and the second axis (B) of rotation. The second hinge 6 may include a mounting portion 61 of the housing, fixed to the outer panel 33, and the fixing part 65 of the door mounted on the door 4, connected to rotate with the mounting part 61 of the housing through a third axis 63.

The second axis 651 may be located in the mounting part 65 of the door and the door 4 may be mounted to rotate on the second axis 651.

As a result, the door 4 may be rotated by the first axis (A) of rotation formed by the first axis 51 and the second axis 651.

In this case, the fixing part 65 of the door may be connected to the fastener is th part 61 of the housing with a third axis 63, forming a second axis (B) of turn.

The second hinge 6 may further include a supporting element 653 hinge, one end of which is located on the housing and the other end connected to the mounting part 65 of the door to move forward from the housing. Supporting element 653 hinge can be carried out from the mounting part 65 of the door back and down with the formation of small curvature.

Supporting element 653 hinge may be configured to adjust the angle of the door opening when the door 4 is rotated on the second axis (B) of rotation for opening holes 37, and it can be connected with the part to adjust the tilt of the door (8, see Fig.44), which will be described below.

In this case, the supporting element 653 hinge may include a flange 657 support element of the hinge to prevent disconnection of the support element 653 hinge from the body (outer panel), when the door 4 is rotated on the second axis (B) of turn.

The third hinge 7 may include part 71 for the formation of an axis fixed on any of the outer panel 33 and the door, and part 73 to disconnect axis located at the other of them, and some for the formation axis is detachable from it. Fig.42 depicts a portion for the formation of the axis, located on the outer panel 33, and the portion 73 to disconnect axis located on the door 4. Below will be described the construction of t is Atego hinge in accordance with the embodiment. Part 71 for the formation of the axis may include a housing 711 mounted on the outer panel 33, and the fourth axis 713, protruding from the housing 711, for the formation of a second axis (B) rotate together with the third axis 63.

Part 73 to disconnect axis may include a groove 731 to accommodate the fourth axis located between the outer frame 41 and the inner frame 33, to accommodate the fourth axis, and a support protrusion 733 for the fourth axis, is arranged to maintain the fourth axis 713, placed in the groove 731 to accommodate the fourth axis.

As a result, when the door 4 is rotated on the first axis (A) of rotation to the outer panel 33, the fourth axis 713 may fit in the groove 731 to accommodate the fourth axis and then be supported by the supporting protrusion 733 for the fourth axis.

Device for handling sheets having the above configuration can allow the user to rotate the door 4 on the first axis (A) of rotation or the second axis (B) of turn.

In other words, the position of the door, closing the hole 37, the first axis 51 of the first hinge may be inserted into the groove 731 to accommodate the axis formed in part for disconnecting the first axis and the fourth axis 713 third hinge can be inserted into the groove 731 to accommodate the fourth axis part to detach the axis.

As a result, when the user moves the side of the first surface (S) doors 4, the fourth axis 713 can be disconnected from the portion 73 to disconnect axis, and it is rotatable on the first axis (A) of rotation. When the user moves the top surface (T) of the door 4, the first axis 51 may be disconnected from the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis, and it can rotate on the second axis (B) of turn.

Thus, when the door is rotated to the second axis (B) of rotation, the third hinge 7 may further include a supporting element 75 of the door to adjust the angle of the door opening 4.

The end of the support element 75 of the door may be located on the housing, and the other end can be located with the possibility of disconnection in part 73 to disconnect the axis.

The flange 754 may be formed on the end of the support element doors located on the frame, to prevent disconnection of the support element 75 of the door from the housing (outer panel), when the door is rotated to the second axis (B) of rotation. Detachable axle 751 may be located on the supporting element of a door, which is detachable from part 73 to disconnect the axis.

In this case, the portion 73 to disconnect axis may optionally include a groove 735 to accommodate the detachable axis to accommodate the detachable axis 751 and the support protrusion 737 detachable axis to maintain detachable axis 751 placed in the groove to accommodate the otso is dinamoe axis.

In addition, part 73 to disconnect axis can optionally include a part for the elastic support of the support ledge (739, see Fig.44) for the elastic support of the support protrusion 733 fourth axis, and a support protrusion 737 detachable axis.

Supporting element 75 of the door and the support element 653 hinge can provide adjustment part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door, located on the frame 3, the opening angle of the door 4 when the door 4 is rotated on the second pivot axis.

Adjustment of the opening angle of the door when the door 4 is rotated on the second axis (B) turn, can effect a smooth load of Laundry in the device 100 for processing linen, which is made with the possibility of drying clothes.

Will be described a device 100 for processing sheets in accordance with this embodiment, which is installed next to the device for processing linen only for washing.

Download lingerie in the office (R) to accommodate the linen will be very effective if the door is open at an angle of 30-60 degrees with the second axis (B) of rotation, when the user moves washed linen drying in a device for processing sheets in accordance with this embodiment. In particular, if the device for processing linen only for washing is a type of boot top, in which linen is loaded and unloaded che is without its upper part, the above-mentioned effect can be maximized.

The protrusion 753 of the support element and the protrusion 655 supporting element hinge, detachable from part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door can be located on the supporting element 75 of the door and the supporting element 653 hinge, respectively, which must be connected with part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door to provide adjustment part 8 for tilt adjustment door opening angle of the door.

Fig.43 illustrates the displacement of the first hinge used in this embodiment. Below will be described the displacement of the first hinge with reference to Fig.43.

In Fig.43(a) the door 4 is rotated on the second axis (B) of rotation. Consequently, the first axis 51 may not fit in the groove 531 to accommodate the axis, and it can be located on the outer side of the groove 531 to accommodate the axis, not in the groove 531 to accommodate the axis.

The first axis 51 can be supportive of circular cross section with a D-neck. In this document bearing a circular section with a D-shaped cut means that the cut surface is located on each of the opposite ends of the outer peripheral surface of the first axis or the end of the outer peripheral surface.

Fig.43(b) shows that the door 4 is hermetically closes the opening 37, and the first axis 51 may be placed in the groove 531 to accommodate the axis.

When the first of the ü 51 placed in the groove 531 to hold the axle in position, is depicted in Fig.43(a), the surface treated harshly, the first axis 51 can be pressed part 535 to the elastic support portion 533 for opening/closing the grooves. In other words, while the axle is inserted into the groove 531 to accommodate the axis portion 535 to the elastic support portion for opening/closing can be compressed. If the first axis 51 is fully inserted into the groove 531 to accommodate the axis portion 535 to the elastic support portion for opening/closing can be restored, and the first axis 51 can stop to separate from the grooves 531 to accommodate the axis under the action of a given force, as shown in Fig.43(b).

In other words, when the door is rotated to close the holes 37 in the position of opening the apertures 37 after turning on the second axis (B) rotation (see Fig.41(b) and Fig.43(a)), part 53 to disconnect the first axis, located on the door may be moved to the first axis 51, and the first axis can be inserted into the groove 531 to accommodate the axis part for disconnecting the first axis to change the position to the position shown in Fig.39(b).

In this case, the entrance grooves 531 to accommodate the axis, through which is inserted the first axis, can have a shape corresponding to the shape of the first axis 51. When the door 4 is rotated on the second axis (B) of rotation for closing the openings 37, the first axis 51 can be inserted into the groove 531 to accommodate the axis. About the however, when the door is rotated to the first axis (A) of rotation after insertion of the first axis in the groove 531 to accommodate the axis, the first axis 51 can be prevented from detaching from the grooves 531 to accommodate the axis.

Fig.43(c) depicts the door 4 is rotated on the first axis (A) of rotation.

When the door 4 is rotated on the first axis (A) of rotation in the position of Fig.43(b), the first axis 51, mounted on the door 4, can't turn, but supports this provision. However, the portion 53 to disconnect the first axis can be rotated along the door 4, and, accordingly, the first axis 51 can be rotated by a given angle in the groove 531 to accommodate the axis. At the same time, part 535 to the elastic support portion for opening/closing can elastically support portion 533 for opening/closing the grooves. Consequently, the first axis 51 can be rotated in the groove to accommodate the axle without removing it from the groove 531 to accommodate the axis.

In other words, when the door 4 is rotated on the second axis (B) of rotation of the first hinge 5 may be in the position shown in Fig.43(a). When the door 4 closes the opening 37, it can be moved to the position shown in Fig.43(b).

When the door 4 is rotated on the first axis (A) of rotation, it can be moved to the position shown in Fig.43(c).

Below will be described a specific construction of part 8 for tilt adjustment of the door with reference to Fig.44.

Fig.44 shows that the supporting element 75 of the door includes a part for adjusting Naklo the doors with the supporting member 75 of the door, detachable from it, and part of the tilt adjusting door with the control element 653 hinge, detachable from it (two for tilt adjustment of the door). Alternatively, one of the parts 8 to adjust the tilt of the door may be made detachable from the support element 75 of the door or of the support element 653 hinge.

For convenience of explanation in the description of designs parts for tilt adjustment of the door with a support element of a door, detached from it, and parts for tilt adjustment of the door with the control element 653 hinge, detachable from it, will be described piece design for angle adjustment of the door with the control element 653 hinge, detachable from it, as shown in Fig.44(b).

In other words, part 8 for tilt adjustment of the door used for the support element 653 hinge, can equally be used for part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door used for the support element 75 of the door. Part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door may be located on the housing 3 when mounted on the inner panel 35 located behind the outer panel 33.

In this case, the part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door may include a locking element 81 fixed to the inner panel 35, detachable element 83, located with the ability to move in the locking element 81, and kanakia and 85b to accommodate the protrusion, located on the detachable element, to accommodate the protrusion 655 supporting element hinge.

Many grooves 85a and 85b to accommodate the protrusion may be formed on the detachable element 83, which are located at a given distance from each other.

One of the grooves to accommodate the protrusion and the other of them can be located at a specified distance from each other to provide a pre-determined opening angle, when the protrusion 655 supporting element hinge placed in the grooves to accommodate the ledge.

Fig.44(b) depicts the groove 85a to accommodate the protrusion accommodating the protrusion 655 of the support element of the hinge when the door is closed, and the other groove 85b to accommodate the protrusion accommodating the protrusion 655 of the support element of the hinge when the door-opening angle of approximately 30 and 60 degrees.

In this case, the detachable element 83 may be supported in part 87 for elastic support relative to the locking element 81. This is intended to smooth disconnection of the protrusion 655 supporting element hinge from the detachable element 83.

Below will be described the movement of the support element 75 of the door, the support element 653 for hinge and part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door when the door 4 is rotated on the second axis (B) turning on the device for processing sheets with part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door

First of all, referring to Fig.44(a) 45(a) and 46(a), will be described movement of the third joint 7 and part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door. In Fig.44(a) the door 4 may be perpendicularly secured in the closed position of the hole 37. In Fig.45(a) the door can be rotated about 30 degrees on the second axis (B) of rotation. In Fig.46(a) the door 4 is rotated approximately 85 degrees on the second axis (B) of turn.

As mentioned above, part 8 for tilt adjustment of the door can only be used for the support element 653 hinge, not for the support element 75 of the door. However, the design using part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door even to the support element 75 of the door, will be described in Fig. 44(a) 45(a) and 46(a).

When the door 4 closes the opening 37, as shown in Fig.44(a), the fourth axis 713 third hinge and detachable axle 751 of the support element doors can fit into the groove 731 to accommodate the fourth axis and the groove 735 to accommodate the detachable axis, respectively. The elastic force may be applied to the support protrusion 733 for the fourth axis, and a supporting protrusion 737 for detachable axis part 739 for the elastic support of the support ledge and the support protrusion 733 for the fourth axis and a support ledge for detachable axis can support a fourth axis, and detachable axis, respectively.

In addition, the protrusion 753 supporting ele is enta 75 doors can fit into the groove 85a to accommodate the protrusion of part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door.

In this case, when the user moves the top surface (T, see Fig.42) the door, the door 4 may be rotated at the fourth axis 713, forming a second axis of rotation, and the end of the support element 75 of the door, attached to part 73 to disconnect the axis can be rotated.

When the end of the support element 75 of the door is rotated approximately 30 degrees, the protrusion 753 of the support element can be placed in the groove 85b to accommodate the protrusion formed on the detachable element when moving along the detachable element part 8 for tilt adjustment of the door (the position shown in Fig.45a). In other words, the protrusion 753 of the support element can be fixed in the groove 85b to accommodate the ledge, and then rotate the door 4 may be terminated.

Therefore, when the user rotates the door at a greater angle, in other words, when it applies a specified force sufficient to detach the protrusion 753 of the support element from the groove 85b to accommodate the protrusion, the protrusion 753 of the support element can be disconnected from the groove 85b to accommodate the protrusion, and the door 4 may be rotated. If the supporting element 75 of the door is disconnected from the part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door for opening the door, the flange 754 formed on the supporting element doors may come in contact with the rear surface of the outer panel 33 to maintain the veri 4 (position, is depicted in Fig.46(a)).

In other words, when the user rotates the door on the second axis (B) of rotation, the protrusion 753 of the support element can consistently fit into grooves 85a and 85b to accommodate the protrusion or disconnect from them for fixing the angle of rotation of the door 4.

With reference to Fig.44(b) 45(b) and 46(b) will be described movement of the second hinge 6 and part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door. In Fig.44(b) the door 4 can be mounted perpendicular to and in the closed position of the hole 37. In Fig.44(b) the door can be rotated on the second axis (B) rotate approximately 30 degrees. In Fig.46(b) the door 4 may be rotated on the second axis (B) rotation about 85 degrees.

When the door 4 closes the opening 37, the protrusion 655 supporting element hinge can hold the position fit into the groove 85a to accommodate the protrusion of part 8 for tilt adjustment of the door (the position shown in Fig.44(b)).

When the user moves the upper part (T) doors, the door 4 may be rotated on the third axis 63, forming a second axis (B) of rotation. When you rotate the door 4 tab 655 support element 653 joint may separate from the grooves 85a to accommodate the ledge, and, accordingly, it can move to the outer panel 33. After that, the protrusion 655 supporting element hinge can fit in the groove 85b to accommodate the protrusion (position, from what is given in Fig.45(b)). In this case, if established other grooves instead of the grooves 85b to accommodate the projection, the angle of rotation of the door can be fixed at different angles, and not approximately at 30 degrees.

When the user rotates the door 4 at a greater angle, that is, when the user applies a specified force sufficient to detach the protrusion 655 supporting element hinge groove 85b to accommodate the protrusion, the protrusion 655 support element joint may separate from the grooves 85b to accommodate the protrusion, and the door 4 may be rotated. If the protrusion 655 of the support element of the hinge detached from part 8 to adjust the tilt of the door for opening the door, the flange 657 reference member formed on the supporting element doors may come in contact with the rear surface of the outer panel 33 to maintain the door 4 (the position shown in Fig.46(b)).

In other words, when the user rotates the door 4 on the second axis (B) of rotation, the protrusion 655 supporting element hinge can consistently fit into grooves 85a and 85b to accommodate the protrusion or detach from them, and the rotation angle of the door 4 can be fixed.

In addition, the device for processing sheets in accordance with this embodiment may further include a part for the elastic support of the support element for the application of effort to under what the actual content of the door flanges and 754 657, formed on the support elements, 653 and 75, respectively, when the door 4 is fully opened.

Fig.47 depicts only a portion for the elastic support of the support element located on the support element 75 of the door, and the part for the elastic support of the support element may be located on each support element of the door and the supporting element hinge.

Below will be described in part 771 and 773 for the elastic support of the support element located on the support element doors for ease of explanation.

Part for the elastic support of the support element may include an elastic portion 773 for application improvement efforts to the support element 75 of the door towards the inside of the housing when the support element 75 of the door detached from the outer panel 33.

In this case, the edge 771 may be additionally formed on the end of the support element 75 doors to connect the elastic part 773 with him. This should prevent a collision of the elastic part 773 with other devices located on the door, which can be generated when the elastic part 773 is connected to the supporting member 75 of the door.

In this case, the part to adjust the tilt of the door can be changed in various ways, and Fig.48 illustrates another variant of implementation of the part to adjust the tilt of the door.

Part of DL the tilt adjustment of the door in accordance with this embodiment may include a fixing part 82, located on the housing, and the groove 84 for receiving the locking part formed on the supporting element 75 of the door to accommodate the locking part 82.

The locking portion 82 may include a first fixing protrusion 821 having a given diameter, and the second locking tab 823, protruding from the first fixing protrusion having a smaller diameter than the diameter of the first fixing protrusion.

In addition, the first fixing protrusion 821 may be supported in part 825 for elastic support located in the gap formed between the outer panel 13 and the inner panel 15 of the housing 1.

The groove 84 for receiving the locking portion may include a groove 84 for receiving the first protrusion for receiving the first locking protrusion 821 and groove 843 to accommodate the second ledge to accommodate the second fixing protrusion 821.

Groove 843 to accommodate the second protrusion may be configured to accommodate only the second fixing protrusion 823, and the groove 841 to accommodate the first protrusion may be configured to accommodate only the outer peripheral surface of the first fixing protrusion 821.

Additionally, at least, may be formed by grooves 42 841 to accommodate the first protrusion, and one of them may be located at a specified distance from each other.

The groove 84 for VM is the value of the locking part, is depicted in Fig.48 can include a groove 843 to accommodate the second protrusion to maintain the support element of the door, when the aperture is closed by the door, the groove 841a to accommodate the first protrusion to maintain the support element of the door when the door is open 30 degrees on the second axis of rotation, and the groove 841b to accommodate the first protrusion to maintain the support element of the door when the door 4 is opened at 90 degrees on the second axis (B) of turn.

The reason why the diameter of the second protrusion 823 smaller than the diameter of the first protrusion 821, is that it is difficult to form a groove that supports the weight of the door, in the gap between the groove 843 to accommodate the second protrusion and groove 841a to accommodate the first protrusion when the door-opening angle adjustable only the first protrusion 821.

Fig.48 shows that the groove 84 for receiving the locking parts are formed only on the supporting element 75 of the door. However, in part for tilt adjustment of the door mentioned above, the groove 84 for receiving the locking part may be formed on the supporting element 653 hinge and the locking part 82 may be removable from the groove to accommodate the fixing part formed on the supporting element hinge.

A device for handling sheets having the above configuration, the door 4, is pivoted on a second axis of rotation, can poddergivat the flange 754 and 657, formed on the supporting element of the door and the supporting element hinge, respectively. However, there may be a danger of detaching the detachable axis 751 of the support element for doors from part 73 to disconnect axis due to the weight of the door.

As a result, the device for processing sheets in accordance with this embodiment may optionally include a portion to lock the door to prevent detaching part 73 to disconnect axis and detachable axis 751 of the support element doors. Below will be described in part 9 to secure the door with reference to Fig.9.

Part 9 for fixing the door may include a connecting lug 93 to the support element, located at door 4, which is movable, which will be fixed on the supporting element of a door when the door is rotated to the second rotation axis.

While supporting portion 755 for connecting protrusion may be located on the supporting element 75 of the door to support the connecting protrusion 93 to the support element on it. Reference part 755 for connecting protrusion may protrude from the support element 75 of the door, which will build on the part of 755 to support the connecting protrusion is in contact with the rotating doors.

In this case, the movement of the connecting protrusion 93 to the support element may be provided with a Cam 91, u is contained in part 71 for the formation axis of the third hinge, and part 95 for the elastic support of the connecting protrusion located on the door 4 for the elastic support of the connecting protrusion 93 to the support element.

In other words, the connecting protrusion 93 to the support element may be located adjacent to the part 73 to disconnect axis, and it may be supported in part 95 for elastic support (see Fig.42). The Cam 91 may be located outside of the groove 731 to accommodate the fourth axis, formed in part 73 to disconnect axis, and it can be located below the connecting protrusion 93 to the support element, when the door 4 is closed.

In addition, the Cam 91 may be made in the form, providing the movement of the connecting protrusion 93 for the support element to the support element 75 of the door when the door 4 is rotated on the second pivot axis. In this case, the Cam 91 cannot be rotated and still be in the horizontal direction.

When the part 9 to lock the door includes the configuration mentioned above, the door 4 may be rotated on the second axis (B) of rotation, and a connecting protrusion 93 to the support element can be moved along the outer peripheral surface of the Cam 91 inside the door 4 is nearly horizontal, as shown in Fig.49(b). As a result, when the part 95 for elastic maintain pressed, the connecting protrusion 93 for pornog the element can move to a supporting element 75 of the door.

When the door is fully opened, the connecting protrusion 93 to the support element may come in contact with the supporting part 755 for connecting protrusion located on the supporting element of a door, and it can be blocked. As a result, the connecting protrusion 93 to the support element can prevent the rotation of the door 4 at a greater angle.

In addition, even when the door 4 is rotated on the second axis (B) rotation only for full opening of the hole 37, the device for processing linen can prevent detaching part 73 to disconnect axis located on the door, and detachable axis 751, located on the support element doors. The reason is that the door 4 can be disconnected from the device for processing sheets, when the door is rotated at a greater angle.

Thus, when the door 4 is rotated on the second axis (B) of rotation for closing the openings 37, the connecting protrusion 93 to the support element can be moved inside the door part 95 for elastic support while maintaining contact with the outer peripheral surface of the Cam. In this case, the external force applied outer peripheral surface of the Cam 91 may be removed from part 95 to the elastic support. As a consequence, part 95 for the elastic support may be restored under the action of the reducing efforts, without compression as a result, the connecting protrusion 93 to the support element can be disconnected from the supporting part of 755 for connecting ledge, and it can be moved, as shown in Fig.49(a).

The appearance of such phrases in various places in the description does not necessarily mean that all belong to the same variant implementation. In addition, when a particular feature, structure or characteristic described in connection with any embodiment, it is argued that a change to this feature, structure or characteristic in connection with other variants of implementation within the competence of the person skilled in the art. While the options for implementation were described with reference to some illustrative embodiments, it should be understood that numerous other modifications and embodiments can be carried out by experts in the field of technology, which are within the essence and scope of the principles of this disclosure. Any reference in this description to "one implementation", "option exercise", "embodiment", and so forth, means that a particular feature, structure or characteristic described in connection with the embodiment, it is included in at least one version of the implementation. More specifically, various changes and modifications are possible in the items and/or locations is rassmatrivaemogo combined device in the scope of the present disclosure, the drawings and the accompanying claims. In addition to the changes and modifications of items and/or locations, alternative uses will also be clear to experts in the field of technology.

1. A device for processing sheets, containing
the casing is made with the possibility of the formation of its appearance, and the housing contains an opening for a load of Laundry, formed in it;
a door configured to open and close the openings to download underwear;
hinge containing the first axis of rotation to rotate the door in the first direction of rotation and the second axis of rotation to rotate in the second rotation direction, which is different from the first direction of rotation;
the guide portion mounted on the housing, with at least one guide groove, recessed to a predetermined depth; and
the fitting installed on the door, and the connecting part includes a guide posted in the guide channel and having a directional trajectory,
moreover, the opening angle of the hole is changed on the basis of the provisions of the guide.

2. A device for processing linen under item 1, in which the guide protrusion is blocked in many of the provisions in the guide channel.

3. A device for processing linen under item 1, in which e.g. is engaged in the groove contains the first guide groove, made with the possibility of referral guide to lock the door, the first angle and the first supporting protrusion formed on the end of the first guide groove to support the guide on it.

4. A device for processing linen under item 3, in which the guide groove further comprises a second guide groove, made with the possibility of referral guide to lock the door, the second angle, and the second supporting protrusion formed on the end of the second guide groove to support the guide on it.

5. A device for processing linen under item 4, in which the guide groove further comprises a third guide groove made with the possibility of referral guide to lock the door under the third angle.

6. A device for processing linen under item 1, in which the guide element protrudes from the guide groove to limit the movement guide.

7. A device for processing sheets, containing
the casing is made with the possibility of the formation of its appearance, and the housing contains an opening for a load of Laundry, formed in it;
a door configured to open and close the openings to download underwear;
hinge containing the first axis of rotation to rotate the door in the first n the Board of rotation and the second axis of rotation to rotate in the second direction of rotation, which is different from the first direction of rotation,
the door is selectively rotated in one of the first and second directions of rotation.

8. A device for processing linen under item 7, in which the door is disconnected from the second axis of rotation when the door is rotated in the first rotation direction, and the door is disconnected from the first axis of rotation when the door is rotated in the second direction of rotation.

9. A device for processing linen under item 7, in which the first axis of rotation perpendicular to the second axis of rotation.

10. A device for processing linen under item 7, in which the hinge includes a first hinge configured to secure to rotate a door on the housing when the door is rotated in the first direction of rotation.

11. A device for processing linen under item 7, in which the hinge includes a second hinge, made with the possibility of connection with the possibility of rotation of the door body when the door is rotated in the first rotation direction and the second direction of rotation.

12. A device for processing linen on p. 11, in which the second hinge includes a second axis forming a first axis of rotation and a third axis, forming a second axis of rotation.

13. A device for processing linen under item 7, in which the hinge includes a third hinge made with the possibility of implementing the program the door on the housing, when the door is rotated in the second direction of rotation.

14. A device for processing sheets, containing
the casing is made with the possibility of the formation of its appearance, and the housing contains an opening for a load of Laundry, formed in it;
a door configured to open and close the openings to the Laundry load; and
the second hinge containing a second axis forming a first axis of rotation to rotate the door in the first direction of rotation and a third axis, forming a second axis of rotation to rotate the door in a second direction of rotation,
moreover, the door can be fixed under a variety of angles.

15. A device for processing linen under item 14, wherein a set of rotation angles contains the first angle and the second angle greater than the first angle, and the door is fixed after the opening of the second angle greater than the first angle, when external force is applied to door, fixed under the first angle.

16. A device for processing linen on p. 15, optionally containing part of the tilt adjusting doors, made with adjustable angle of rotation when the door is rotated to the second rotation axis.

17. A device for processing linen on p. 16, optionally containing a third hinge containing a fourth axis, forming a second axis of rotation, and a support element of a door, the corner of unplugging the organisations from which the body is regulated by part to adjust the tilt of the door.

18. A device for processing linen under item 16, in which the second hinge includes a support element of the hinge, the angle of which detach from the body is regulated by part to adjust the tilt of the door.

19. A device for processing linen on p. 14, further containing a fourth hinge containing the fifth axis, forming a second axis of rotation, and the portion to detach the housing mounted on the housing for fastening with the possibility of disconnection at the fifth axis.

20. A device for processing linen on p. 19, in which the fourth hinge includes first adjustment plate mounted on a fifth axis, and the first part to detach installed on the door to adjust the angle of the door when disconnecting from the first adjusting plate.



 

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FIELD: textiles, paper.

SUBSTANCE: device for laundry processing is proposed, comprising a housing (3) defining its appearance, at that the housing (3) comprises an opening (37) for loading the laundry, formed in it, a door (4) made with the ability to open and close the opening (37) for loading laundry, a hinge assembly (5, 6, 7) having a first axis (A) of rotation to rotate the door (4) in a first direction of rotation and a second axis (B) of rotation to rotate in a second direction of rotation, which differs from the first direction of rotation and a fixing element (1000, 1100) made with the ability to secure the door (4) on the first axis (A) of rotation and the second axis (B) of rotation when rotating the door (4).

EFFECT: improvement of device.

20 cl, 45 dwg

Washing machine // 2448208

FIELD: textiles, paper.

SUBSTANCE: washing machine is proposed comprising a housing open at the upper part, the upper closing element connected to the upper part of the housing and comprising an opening for loading and unloading of laundry through it, a cover node, coupled with the possibility of turning with the upper closing element for opening and closing the hole. The washing machine comprises a first hinge joint that connects the cover node with the upper closing element and reducing speed of closing the cover node. Also other versions of washing machines are proposed.

EFFECT: reduced speed of closing the cover node to mitigate the impact between the cover node and the upper closing element, which increases reliability of the washing machine.

37 cl, 18 dwg

FIELD: electricity.

SUBSTANCE: electric device contains body frame with working equipment installed in it and loading and unloading hole; door installed at body frame and used to close loading and unloading hole of working equipment; fixtures connecting door with body frame and providing door movement between close and open position. Connecting fixtures contain at least one first rail at the body frame; at least one first carrier sliding along the first rail and at least one second rail at the door of the same shape as the first rail; at least only second carrier connected to body frame and sliding along the second slide. Each rail includes the first curved section where the respective carrier can slide while the door approaches close position and the second section is directed tangentially to the first section at crossing point of sections; at that length of the second section is more than length of the first section.

EFFECT: ease of fabrication and use.

36 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: consumer electronics.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to the washing machines. Washing machine with upper loading contains the tub wheel rotating around horizontal axis placed inside the tank with the hole in the top, cover for opening/closing access to said tub wheel, outer frame with upper cover hinged in its rear part, locking unit for locking/unlocking the cover with upper surface of frame and outer control unit capable of controlling said locking unit. Outer control unit includes the button element located on front upper part of frame. Said cover is outfitted with elastic device for its lifting into open position at releasing and automatic braking device.

EFFECT: increased convenience of upper cover opening.

6 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: textile, paper.

SUBSTANCE: laundry washer of drum type comprises cylindrical rotary drum, water tank, body and door arranged on front side of body. Door is made of door device having the first window, through which user may monitor inner space of rotary drum, and transparent cover of door installed at front side of door device to close door device. Door cover comprises multiple first engaging tabs protruding backwards on its back surface along external periphery of door cover. Door device comprises the first holes for tabs, which engage with the first protruding tabs by means of the first stops available at inner surface of door device. Decorative pad arranged between door device and door cover includes the second window, corresponding to the first window, and multiple second engaging tabs, protruding backwards at its back surface along external periphery of decorative pad. Door device comprises the second holes for tabs, which may engage with the second engaging tabs by means of the second stops available at inner surface of door device. Door cover on its surface and in area corresponding to at least first holes for tabs comprises parts of surface, through which light falling from inner space of door cover is scattered and transmitted.

EFFECT: simplified design and reduced cost of washing machine manufacturing.

7 cl, 8 dwg

FIELD: textile, paper.

SUBSTANCE: washing-drying machine comprises body, drum, loading hole to load and unload linen from drum, door to close loading hole, transparent part arranged in door to watch the linen, frame arranged around transparent part, and source of light installed in body or door. Washing/drying machine also comprises light guide arranged in frame and sending light from source of light to side surface of transparent part, and more than one points of optical wave guide, which are distributed along surfaces or in material of transparent part, sending light produced from light guide, providing for lighting of inner part of drum with the help of transparent part.

EFFECT: development of washing or drying machine, where inner part of drum is efficiently lit by low consumption of energy.

9 cl, 1 dwg

FIELD: textile, paper.

SUBSTANCE: tank for washing solution and washing drum rotated in washing solution tank are elastically suspended in machine body. Collar of elastic material provides for water-tight connection of edge of front loading hole of tank for washing solution with loading hole of body. Hatch that closes loading hole of body, has nozzle in the form of truncated cone at inner side, convex towards to inner part of drum. Surface of hatch nozzle has at least one cut, starting in the area of maximum diametre of truncated cone and forming increasing crescent-shaped surface, stretching along surface in direction of inner part of drum to area of minimum diametre of truncated cone.

EFFECT: increased reliability of washing machine operation.

8 cl, 10 dwg

FIELD: personal use articles.

SUBSTANCE: door of domestic electrical appliance, in particular washing, washing-drying or drying machine with frontal load includes several structural elements of thermoplastic. At least two of specified elements are connected to each other by means of welding. Door comprises back part made of ABS-plastic and provided with a hole surrounded with circular surface. Door may include the first, the second, the third and the fourth parts. At least the first, the second and the third parts are made of thermoplastic material. The first part has at least one hole and surrounding circular surface, and the fourth part has at least one circular surface. Method of door manufacturing includes the following stages, where: a) the fourth part is positioned inside hole of the first part so that circular surface of the fourth part contacts with circular surface of the first part; b) the second part is positioned relative to the first part; c) the second part is connected to the first part by means of welding of linear vibration type, and at the same time the fourth part is placed between the second part and the first part; d) the third part is positioned relative to the first part; e) the third part is connected to the first part by means of welding, at the same time the second part and the fourth part are placed between the third and the first parts.

EFFECT: elimination of deforming stresses generated in process of door unit assembly.

16 cl, 3 dwg

FIELD: textile industry.

SUBSTANCE: washing machine of drum type includes hatch, which is formed by unit of hatch having through opening. Using through opening user may observe washing process from outside. Besides washing machine comprises transparent cover of hatch, closing hatch unit. Multiple engagement eyes protruding backwards are arranged on back side of hatch cover periphery. Multiple stop holes of engagement for reception of engagement eyes and elastic engagement of eyes with engagement sections are arranged at hatch unit to prevent slippage of eyes. Eyes and openings form multiple fixed sections, which are tightly pressed, and hatch cover is fixed at hatch unit. Parts of hatch cover surface complying with fixed sections are arranged so that light is refracted or scattered inside, when light passes through hatch cover.

EFFECT: simplified design and reduced cost of washing machine manufacturing.

7 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: private use articles.

SUBSTANCE: laundry washer of drum type consists of case, of washing drum functioning as drying hopper, of door block, of door opening button, of opening/closing actuating device and of locking device. The case has an aperture on its front side. The door block of a round shape closes the aperture of the case. The door opening button is equipped with the first pivoting shaft, the opening/closing actuating device is equipped with the second pivoting shaft and the device is designed to turn under hold down force applied to the door opening button. In the position of aperture case closing the locking device for fixation of the door block operates in interconnected motion with the opening/closing actuating device, and it releases the door block changing its closed state to an open one under hold down force applied the door opening button. The door block is oriented so, that normal of the first pivoting shaft is inclined relative to the second pivoting shaft and is directed to the centre of the door block.

EFFECT: facilitating high controllability of laundry washer due to decreased hold down force applied to control button.

2 cl, 9 dwg

FIELD: drying technique.

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

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

9 cl, 5 dwg

FIELD: personal demand item.

SUBSTANCE: washing/drying machine incorporates a complete set of doors capable of opening and closing for putting washing in and out. The complete set of doors includes a control card, which enables operating the washing/drying machine, one or more operating consoles connected with the operating control card, an external door, an inner door, there to the external door is attached, a transparent door arranged between the external and inner doors and a hinge, which is attached to the set of doors and provides its opening and closing by means of a cable from the source, which feeds the voltage, connected with the control card and/or operating console. The inner door contains a hinge slot, therein a hinge is placed, and at least two equiform slots disposed symmetrically on the both sides of the hinge slots for operating control card where operating control card and/or operating console is placed. The set of doors can be easily replaced to open and close the machine in required direction.

EFFECT: usability.

11 cl, 18 dwg

FIELD: mechanics.

SUBSTANCE: door hinge is coupling member between door and front wall of washing machine. Hinge consists of boy and at least one lever, built-in into body. Body is connected to doorset of front wall at least by means of one lever, connected to door. Hinge is manufactured by method of casting of plastic material in corresponding mould.

EFFECT: creation of hinge durable enough, in order to withstand external action, and allowing low weight, that provides decreasing of total weight of washing machine.

7 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: private use articles.

SUBSTANCE: laundry washer of drum type consists of case, of washing drum functioning as drying hopper, of door block, of door opening button, of opening/closing actuating device and of locking device. The case has an aperture on its front side. The door block of a round shape closes the aperture of the case. The door opening button is equipped with the first pivoting shaft, the opening/closing actuating device is equipped with the second pivoting shaft and the device is designed to turn under hold down force applied to the door opening button. In the position of aperture case closing the locking device for fixation of the door block operates in interconnected motion with the opening/closing actuating device, and it releases the door block changing its closed state to an open one under hold down force applied the door opening button. The door block is oriented so, that normal of the first pivoting shaft is inclined relative to the second pivoting shaft and is directed to the centre of the door block.

EFFECT: facilitating high controllability of laundry washer due to decreased hold down force applied to control button.

2 cl, 9 dwg

FIELD: textile industry.

SUBSTANCE: washing machine of drum type includes hatch, which is formed by unit of hatch having through opening. Using through opening user may observe washing process from outside. Besides washing machine comprises transparent cover of hatch, closing hatch unit. Multiple engagement eyes protruding backwards are arranged on back side of hatch cover periphery. Multiple stop holes of engagement for reception of engagement eyes and elastic engagement of eyes with engagement sections are arranged at hatch unit to prevent slippage of eyes. Eyes and openings form multiple fixed sections, which are tightly pressed, and hatch cover is fixed at hatch unit. Parts of hatch cover surface complying with fixed sections are arranged so that light is refracted or scattered inside, when light passes through hatch cover.

EFFECT: simplified design and reduced cost of washing machine manufacturing.

7 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: personal use articles.

SUBSTANCE: door of domestic electrical appliance, in particular washing, washing-drying or drying machine with frontal load includes several structural elements of thermoplastic. At least two of specified elements are connected to each other by means of welding. Door comprises back part made of ABS-plastic and provided with a hole surrounded with circular surface. Door may include the first, the second, the third and the fourth parts. At least the first, the second and the third parts are made of thermoplastic material. The first part has at least one hole and surrounding circular surface, and the fourth part has at least one circular surface. Method of door manufacturing includes the following stages, where: a) the fourth part is positioned inside hole of the first part so that circular surface of the fourth part contacts with circular surface of the first part; b) the second part is positioned relative to the first part; c) the second part is connected to the first part by means of welding of linear vibration type, and at the same time the fourth part is placed between the second part and the first part; d) the third part is positioned relative to the first part; e) the third part is connected to the first part by means of welding, at the same time the second part and the fourth part are placed between the third and the first parts.

EFFECT: elimination of deforming stresses generated in process of door unit assembly.

16 cl, 3 dwg

FIELD: textile, paper.

SUBSTANCE: tank for washing solution and washing drum rotated in washing solution tank are elastically suspended in machine body. Collar of elastic material provides for water-tight connection of edge of front loading hole of tank for washing solution with loading hole of body. Hatch that closes loading hole of body, has nozzle in the form of truncated cone at inner side, convex towards to inner part of drum. Surface of hatch nozzle has at least one cut, starting in the area of maximum diametre of truncated cone and forming increasing crescent-shaped surface, stretching along surface in direction of inner part of drum to area of minimum diametre of truncated cone.

EFFECT: increased reliability of washing machine operation.

8 cl, 10 dwg

FIELD: textile, paper.

SUBSTANCE: washing-drying machine comprises body, drum, loading hole to load and unload linen from drum, door to close loading hole, transparent part arranged in door to watch the linen, frame arranged around transparent part, and source of light installed in body or door. Washing/drying machine also comprises light guide arranged in frame and sending light from source of light to side surface of transparent part, and more than one points of optical wave guide, which are distributed along surfaces or in material of transparent part, sending light produced from light guide, providing for lighting of inner part of drum with the help of transparent part.

EFFECT: development of washing or drying machine, where inner part of drum is efficiently lit by low consumption of energy.

9 cl, 1 dwg

FIELD: textile, paper.

SUBSTANCE: laundry washer of drum type comprises cylindrical rotary drum, water tank, body and door arranged on front side of body. Door is made of door device having the first window, through which user may monitor inner space of rotary drum, and transparent cover of door installed at front side of door device to close door device. Door cover comprises multiple first engaging tabs protruding backwards on its back surface along external periphery of door cover. Door device comprises the first holes for tabs, which engage with the first protruding tabs by means of the first stops available at inner surface of door device. Decorative pad arranged between door device and door cover includes the second window, corresponding to the first window, and multiple second engaging tabs, protruding backwards at its back surface along external periphery of decorative pad. Door device comprises the second holes for tabs, which may engage with the second engaging tabs by means of the second stops available at inner surface of door device. Door cover on its surface and in area corresponding to at least first holes for tabs comprises parts of surface, through which light falling from inner space of door cover is scattered and transmitted.

EFFECT: simplified design and reduced cost of washing machine manufacturing.

7 cl, 8 dwg

FIELD: consumer electronics.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to the washing machines. Washing machine with upper loading contains the tub wheel rotating around horizontal axis placed inside the tank with the hole in the top, cover for opening/closing access to said tub wheel, outer frame with upper cover hinged in its rear part, locking unit for locking/unlocking the cover with upper surface of frame and outer control unit capable of controlling said locking unit. Outer control unit includes the button element located on front upper part of frame. Said cover is outfitted with elastic device for its lifting into open position at releasing and automatic braking device.

EFFECT: increased convenience of upper cover opening.

6 cl, 7 dwg

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