Dirt out
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DIRT OUT a bathtub filtration system apparatus that removes dirt and other particles found in bath water. This filtration system maintains the temperature of water at a given level without changing any of it's elements. An apparatus according to the present invention compromises a suction hose pulling water through a filter, to a regenerative turbine pump, to a second filter, out through a discharge hose having the effect of separating the dirt particles out of the water keeping it the same temperature.

Anasa Haley, Chekesha (Port Arthur, TX, US)
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210/416.2, 4/541.3
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Chekesha Anasa Haley (731 W. 15th St, Port Arthur, TX, 77640-3142, US)
We claim:

1. A combination of water filters and suction device comprising: a regenerative turbine pump pulling water two removable filters capturing dirt particles a discharge hose releasing water back into the tub

2. The apparatus of claim 1, wherein the housing of the filters further compromise a regenerative turbine pump

3. The apparatus of claim 2, wherein the water flows through a second filter

4. The apparatus of claim 3, wherein the second filter sends water through a discharge hose

5. The apparatus of claim 4, wherein the discharge hose will release the water back into the bathtub



This invention was designed to create a more efficient way to take baths. It's uniqueness allows dirty water to be pulled by a regenerative turbine pump through a suction hose and the first filter. Then through a second filter that will push the filtered water out through the discharge hose back into the tub of water. Continuously recycling the bath water through the filtration system; maintaining the temperature of the water making a more convenient and dirt free way of bathing.


The present invention relates to an apparatus for filtering dirt from bath water. DIRT OUT incorporates unique filter structure that would capture the dirt and other small particles that would float in bath water. Dirt is lured into the filter using a single suction hose with a regenerative turbine pump drawing the water to a second filter. The filters improve the clarity of bath water by capturing dirt as water constantly flows through. The filters are also disposable items; with arrangement of the present invention the water will constantly filter throughout the bath process.

The present invention also connects a second filter. This filter is to help aid the first filter to trap smaller particles that would escape the first pass through the first filter. Once it is passed through the suction hose and through the first filter it will then go through the regenerative turbine pump. Next the water will then pass through the second filter. Once this is done the water will then come out of the discharge hose. This will release the clean bath water.

Other features, advantages and objects of the present invention will become apparent with reference to the following summary of the invention and brief description of drawings.


FIG. 1 is the front view of the filtration system having the preferred embodiment of the turbine regenerative pump.

FIG. 2 is the side view of the regenerative pump and a removable filter.

FIG. 3 is the top view of the suction hose and discharge hose with filters attached to each hose.


Referring first to FIG. 1 a filtration system with a suction hose 2, attached to a removable filter 3, attached to a regenerative turbine pump 4, attached to a removable filter 5, attached to a discharge hose 6, attached to hangers used to hang the filtration system on the side of the bathtub 1.

Referring to FIG. 2 a regenerative turbine pump 1, and a removable filter shown from its side view 2.

Referring to FIG. 3 a filtration system with a suction hose 1, a discharge hose 3, two hangers that will hook to the bathtub 2.