Title:
Bathroom odor terminator system
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A built in ventilation toilet seat. It consisted with a tube embedded in the center through out the ring, following the contour of the ring, with an opening at the rear. Small homes vertically and diagonally drilled along the underside aligned with the main embedded tube in the toilet seat. So the suction air duration is downward toward the toilet bowl. This way it wouldn't be much sensitive for the user when the suctioning goes on. Hose and pipes connected from the toilet seat through the wall to the outside of the bathroom, to the vacuum unit. And another pipe with a curve end is connected from the top of the vacuum unit up in the air to release the Oder. The vacuum unit is equipped with an automatically control switch. So when there is no user the unit will shut down after one or two minutes. Through this process the Oder will be immediately suck out and release to the outside of the room, so there wouldn't be any Oder left after each use. No filter is necessary at all.



Inventors:
Vang, Sang (Sheboygan, WI, US)
Application Number:
11/203636
Publication Date:
03/16/2006
Filing Date:
10/25/2005
Primary Class:
International Classes:
E03D9/04
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Primary Examiner:
LE, HUYEN D
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Sang Vang (Sheboygan, WI, US)
Claims:
1. I claim that this product was design and or created by myself, and by my own imagination. Because of a problem that I saw which existed in my own family. I lived in a family which we had 14 members all together and we shared one bathroom. And I could smell there was a problem. After multiple complaints of all who used within one home, the smell that continued to linger and neverdisperse. I went looking around for a product to rid our restroom. I looked for years up on years with no avail. Having a background in machining, I began to conjur up an idea to resolve this dilemma. After years of trial and test, failure and perfection, my design's bugs were all work out. So I thaught I could make these experiences a little more pleasant. Thats why this idea is braught here today!

Description:

I claim that this product was designed and or created by myself, and by my own imagination. Because of a problem that I saw which existed in my own family. I lived in a family which we had 14 members all together and we shared one bathroom. And I could smell there was a problem. After multiple complaints of all who used within one home, the smell that continued to linger and never disperse. I went looking around for a product to rid our restroom. I looked for years up on years with no avail. Having a background in machining, I began to conjur up an idea to resolve this dilemma. After years of trial and test, failure and perfection, my design's bugs were all work out. So I thought I could make these experiences a little more pleasant. That's why this idea is brought here today!

A built in ventilation toilet seat. It consisted with a tube embedded in the center through out the ring, following the contour of the ring, with an opening at the rear. Small holes vertically and diagonally drilled along the underside aligned with the main embedded tube in the toilet seat. So the suction air duration is downward toward the toilet bowl. This way it wouldn't be much sensitive for the user when the suctioning goes on. Hose and pipes connected from the toilet seat through the wall to the outside of the bathroom, to the vacuum unit. And another pipe with a curve end is connected from the top of the vacuum unit up in the air to release the Oder. The vacuum unit is equipped with an automatically control switch. So when there is no user the unit will shut down after one or two minutes. Through this process the Oder will be immediately suck out and release to the outside of the room, so there wouldn't be any Oder left after each use. No filter is necessary at all.