Title:
Combined air-conditioning ventilator
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A combined air-conditioning ventilator includes a combining member bored with several through holes. A plurality of faceplates are assembled under the combining member and respectively bored with a wind outlet communicating with the through hole of the combining member. At least one wind-collecting box is assembled on the combining member and bored with wind-exhausting vents communicating with the through holes of the combining member for blowing and sending cold air to the wind outlets of the faceplates. A vaporizer, a motor and a blower are installed on the faceplates, with the vaporizer connected with the wind-collecting box. The combined air-conditioning ventilator can be assembled or dissembled quickly and conveniently, saving cost and exhausting out cold air to distant locations.



Inventors:
Kuo, Chin-sheng (Tainan Hsien, TW)
Application Number:
11/153875
Publication Date:
12/21/2006
Filing Date:
06/16/2005
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
62/426
International Classes:
F25D23/12; F25D17/06
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Primary Examiner:
JONES, MELVIN
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Chin-Sheng Kuo (Taipei, TW)
Claims:
What is claimed is:

1. A combined air-conditioning ventilator comprising: a combining member bored with several through holes; a plurality of faceplates assembled under said combining member, said faceplates respectively bored with a wind outlet; at least one wind-collecting box assembled on said combining member, each said wind-collecting box bored with a wind vent for blowing and sending cold air to said wind outlets of said faceplates; and, a vaporizer assembled at one side of said wind-collecting box.

2. The combined air-conditioning ventilator as claimed in claim 1, wherein each said faceplate can be bored with one or more wind outlets and one or more wind-return holes.

3. The combined air-conditioning ventilator as claimed in claim 1, wherein each said wind-collecting box is provided with a motor and a blower in the interior.

4. The combined air-conditioning ventilator as claimed in claim 1, a wind-return box capable of being assembled at the other side of said vaporizer is installed with a motor and a blower in the interior.

5. A combined air-conditioning ventilator comprising: a combining member bored with several through holes; a plurality of faceplates assembled under said combining member, each said faceplate bored with a wind outlet, said faceplates installed thereon with a vaporizer, a motor and a blower; and, at least one wind-collecting box assembled on said combining member and connected with said vaporizer, each said wind-collecting box bored with a wind vent for blowing and sending cold air to said wind outlets of said faceplates.

6. The combined air-conditioning ventilator as claimed in claim 5, wherein said vaporizer has one side provided with a side plate bored with at least one wind-return hole.

7. The combined air-conditioning ventilator as claimed in claim 6, wherein said wind-return vent bored in said side plate of said vaporizer is for connecting wind ducts.

8. The combined air-conditioning ventilator as claimed in claim 5, wherein said vaporizer, said motor and said blower are installed on said combining member.

9. A combined air-conditioning ventilator comprising: a plurality of faceplates respectively bored with a wind outlet; a wind-collecting box assembled on said faceplates and secured on the flooring of an upper storey, said wind-collecting box bored with plural wind-exhausting vents for blowing and sending out cold air; and, a vaporizer, a motor and a blower installed on said faceplates.

Description:

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

1. Field of the Invention

This invention relates to a combined air-conditioning ventilator, particularly to one provided with a combining member bored with several through holes. A plurality of faceplates are assembled under the combining member and respectively bored with a wind outlet communicating with the through hole of the combining member. A wind-collecting box is assembled on the combining member and bored with plural wind vents respectively communicating with the through holes of the combining member for blowing and sending cold air to the wind outlets of the faceplates. A vaporizer, a motor and a blower are disposed on the faceplates, with the vaporizer connected with the wind-collecting box. By so designing, the combined air conditioning ventilator of this invention can be assembled and disassembled quickly and conveniently, saving cost in provision of wind ducts as well as labor and time in assemblage, able to exhaust out cold air in a large amount and enabling cold air to reach to any location in a room.

2. Description of the Prior Art

A conventional air-conditioning system is generally installed on the flooring of an upper storey and provided with a vaporizer for condensing air into cold air to be blown to wind-exhausting faceplates through wind ducts and then sent out through the wind outlets of the wind-exhausting faceplates. If an indoor space is comparatively large and a large-sized air conditioner has to be installed on a ceiling, it is necessary to dismantle parts of the ceiling framework first and then the air-conditioner is lifted up and installed on the ceiling by several workers, possible to cause danger during dismantling of the ceiling and increasing difficulty in subsequent maintenance work. On the other hand, if a comparatively small-sized air conditioner with a comparatively small wind exhausting amount is installed for use in a large indoor space, it is necessary to have several wind ducts connected with the air conditioner so that cold air can be guided and sent to distant locations, thus consuming much time and labor in assembly of wind ducts.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The objective of the invention is to offer a combined air-conditioning ventilator able to be assembled and installed quickly and conveniently, saving cost in provision of wind ducts as well as time and labor in assembly, able to exhaust out cold air with a large amount, enabling cold air to reach distant locations and facilitating subsequent maintenance work.

A first feature of the invention is a combining member bored with several through holes. A plurality of faceplates are assembled under the combining member and respectively bored with a wind outlet. At least one wind-collecting box is assembled on the combining member, installed with a motor and a blower in the interior and bored with plural wind vents for blowing and sending cold air to the wind outlets of the faceplates. A vaporizer is assembled at one side of the wind-collecting box.

A second feature of the invention is a combining member bored with several through holes. A plurality of faceplates are assembled under the combining member and respectively bored with a wind outlet. At least one wind-collecting box is assembled on the combining member and bored with plural wind vents for blowing and sending cold air to the wind outlets of the faceplates. A vaporizer is assembled at one side of the wind-collecting box. A wind-return box is assembled at the other side of the vaporizer, having a motor and a blower installed in the interior.

A third feature of the invention is a combining member bored with several through holes. A plurality of faceplates are assembled under the combining member and respectively bored with a wind outlet. A vaporizer, a motor and a blower are disposed on the faceplates. At least one wind-collecting box is assembled on the combining member and connected with the vaporizer and respectively bored with a wind vent for blowing and sending cold air to the wind outlets of the faceplates.

A fourth feature of the invention is a plurality of faceplates respectively bored with a wind outlet. A plurality of wind-collecting boxes are assembled on the faceplates and secured on the flooring of an upper storey, having wind vents communicating with the wind outlets of the faceplates. A vaporizer, a motor and a blower are disposed on the faceplates.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS

This invention will be better understood by referring to the accompanying drawings, wherein:

FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view of a first preferred embodiment of a combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention;

FIG. 2 is a side cross-sectional view of the first preferred embodiment of the combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention;

FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view of a second preferred embodiment of a combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention;

FIG. 4 is a side cross-sectional view of the second preferred embodiment of the combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention;

FIG. 5 is an exploded perspective view of a third preferred embodiment of a combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention;

FIG. 6 is an exploded perspective view of a fourth preferred embodiment of a combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention;

FIG. 7 is a side cross-sectional view of the fourth preferred embodiment of the combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention; and,

FIG. 8 is a perspective view of the faceplates matched and assembled into a multi-directional wind exhausting structure.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT

A first preferred embodiment of a combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, includes a combining member 1, a plurality of faceplates 2, at least one wind-collecting box 3, a vaporizer 4 and a wind-return box 7 combined together.

The combining member 1 is bored with several through holes 10 and threaded holes 11 and has its opposite sides respectively provided with a hang ear 12 to be fitted with the threaded rods secured in advance on the flooring of an upper storey and then locked together by nuts.

The faceplates 2 assembled under the combining member 1 are respectively bored with a wind outlet 20 and a wind-return hole 21, with the wind outlets 20 of the faceplates 2 communicating with the through holes 10 of the combining member 1. Further, the faceplates 2 are bored with plural threaded holes 22 respectively aligned to the threaded holes 11 of the combining member 1, with bolts (N) screwed in the threaded holes 11 and 22 to combine the combining member 1 together with the faceplates 2.

The wind-collecting box 3 assembled on the combining member 1 is installed with a motor 5 and a blower 6 in the interior and bored with a plurality of wind vents 30 respectively communicating with the through holes 10 of the combining member 1 for blowing and sending cold air to the wind outlets 20 of the faceplates 2. Further, the wind-collecting box 3 has the opposite upper ends of one side respectively fixed with a hook 31 and its lower side bored with plural threaded holes 32 respectively aligned to the threaded holes 11 of the combining member 1 for bolts (N) to be screwed therein to combine the wind-collecting box 3 on the combining member 1. Furthermore, the wind-collecting box 3 has its outer wall provided with a heat-preserving material 33 to prevent the outer wall from forming dew.

The vaporizer 4 assembled at one side of the wind-collecting box 3 has its upper side provided with a top plate 40 having the opposite ends of one side respectively provided with a hanger 41 to be hooked by the hook 31 of the wind-collecting box 3 and the opposite ends of the other side respectively provided with a hook 42.

The wind-return box 7 is hung and assembled at the other side of the vaporizer 4 and exactly covered on the wind-return holes 21 of the faceplates 2 and has the opposite upper ends of one side respectively provided with a hanger 70 to be hooked by the hooks 42 of the vaporizer 4.

In assembling, firstly, the faceplates 2 are arranged and installed on a ceiling and the combining member 1 is pivotally assembled on the faceplates 2. Subsequently, the combining member 1 has the hang ears 12 at its opposite sides respectively fitted around the threaded rods secured in advance on the flooring of an upper storey and then locked together by nuts. Next, the wind-collecting box 3 is threadably combined on the combining member 1 and the vaporizer 4 is assembled at one side of the wind-collecting box 3 by having its hangers 41 hooked by the hooks 31 of the wind-collecting box 3. Lastly, the wind-return box 7 is hung and assembled at the other side of the vaporizer 4 to finish assembly of the combined air-conditioning ventilator. Thus, when the blades of the blower 6 are driven to rotate, air will be sucked inward to be condensed into cold air by the vaporizer 4, and simultaneously the cold air is blown and sent to the wind outlets 20 of the faceplates 2 by the blower 6 in the wind-collecting box 3. By so designing, the air-conditioning ventilator of this invention can be assembled and installed quickly arid conveniently, saving cost in provision of wind ducts as well as time and labor in assembly, able to exhaust out cold air in a large amount to reach distant locations and facilitate subsequent maintenance work.

A second preferred embodiment of a combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention, as shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, includes a combining member 1, a plurality of faceplates 2, at least one wind-collecting box 3, a vaporizer 4 and a wind-return box 7 combined together.

The combining member 1 is bored with several through holes 10 and threaded holes 11 and has the opposite sides respectively provided with a hang ear 12 to be fitted with the threaded rods secured in advance on the flooring of an upper storey and then locked together by nuts.

The faceplates 2 assembled under the combining member 1 are respectively bored with a wind outlet 20 and a wind-return hole 21, with the wind outlets 20 communicating with the through holes 10 of the combining member 1. Further, the faceplates 2 are bored with plural threaded holes 22 aligned to the threaded holes 11 of the combining member 1 for bolts (N) to be screwed therein.

The wind-collecting boxes 3 assembled on the combining member 1 are respectively bored with a wind vent 30 communicating with the through hole 10 of the combining member 1 for blowing and sending cold air to the wind outlets 20 of the faceplates 2. The wind-collecting box 3 is further provided with a hook 31 at the opposite upper ends of one side and bored with plural threaded holes 32 aligned to the threaded holes 11 of the combining member 1 for bolts (N) to be screwed therein. In addition, the wind-collecting box 3 has its outer wall provided with a heat-preserving material 33 to prevent the outer wall from forming dew.

The vaporizer 4 assembled at one side of the wind-collecting box 3 has its upper side provided with a top plate 40 having the opposite ends of one side respectively fixed with a hanger 41 to be hooked by the hooks 31 of the wind-collecting box 3 and the opposite ends of the other side respectively fixed with a hook 42.

The wind-return box 7 is hung and assembled on the other side of the vaporizer 4 and exactly covered on the wind-return holes 21 of the faceplates 2, having a motor 5 and a blower 6 installed in the interior. The wind-return box 7 is further fixed with a hanger 70 at the opposite ends of one side to be hooked by the hooks 42 of the vaporizer 4.

In assembling, firstly, the faceplates 2 are arranged side by side and installed on a ceiling and then the combining member 1 is pivotally assembled on the faceplates 2. Next, the two hang ears 12 at the opposite sides of the combining member 1 are fitted with two threaded rods secured in advance on the flooring of an upper storey and then locked together by nuts. Subsequently, the wind-collecting box 3 is threadably combined on the combining member 1 and the vaporizer 4 has its hangers 41 hooked by the hooks 31 of the wind-collecting box 3. Lastly, the wind-return box 7 has its hangers 70 hooked by the hooks 42 of the vaporizer 4 to finish assemblage of the air-conditioning ventilator. Thus, when the blower 6 is started to operate, air will be sucked inward to be condensed into cold air by the vaporizer 4, and simultaneously the cold air is blown out through the wind vents 30 of the wind-collecting box 3 and sent to the wind outlets 20 of the faceplates 2.

A third preferred embodiment of a combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention, as shown in FIG. 5, includes a combining member 1, a plurality of faceplates 2, at least one wind-collecting box 3, a vaporizer 4, a motor 5 and a blower 6 combined together.

The combining member 1 is bored with several through holes 10 and threaded holes 11 and has its opposite sides respectively provided with a hang ear 12 to be fitted with the threaded rods secured in advance on the flooring of an upper storey and then locked together by nuts.

The faceplates 2 assembled under the combining member 1 are respectively bored with a wind outlet 20 communicating with the through hole 10 of the combining member 1.

The wind-collecting boxes 3 assembled on the combining member 1 are respectively bored with a wind vent 30 communicating with the through hole 10 of the combining member 1 for blowing and sending cold air to the wind outlets 20 of the faceplates 2. Additionally, the wind-collecting box 3 is provided with a hook 31 at the opposite upper ends of one side and bored with threaded holes 32 aligned to the threaded holes 11 of the combining member 1 for bolts (N) to be screwed therein. Moreover, the wind-collecting box 3 has its outer wall provided with a heat-preserving material to prevent the outer wall from forming dew.

The vaporizer 4 assembled at one side of the wind-collecting box 3 has its upper side provided with a top plate 40 having the opposite ends of one side respectively fixed with a hanger 41 to be hooked by the hooks 41 of the wind-collecting box 4.

The motor 5 and the blower 6 are installed on the faceplates 2 or in the wind-collecting box 3. Thus, when the blower 6 is driven to operate, air will be sucked inward to be condensed into cold air by the vaporizer 4, and in the meantime the cold air is blown and sent to the wind outlets 20 of the faceplates 2 through the wind vents 30 of the wind collecting box 3.

A fourth preferred embodiment of a combined air-conditioning ventilator in the present invention, as shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, has the same structure as that described in the third preferred embodiment, except that the vaporizer 4 has one side provided with a side plate 43 bored with at least one wind-return hole 430 for connecting wind ducts 8.

In addition, the faceplates 2 with wind outlet 20 can be arranged and installed on a ceiling, and the wind-collecting box 3 having wind-exhausting vents 30 communicating with the wind outlets 20 of the faceplates 2 for blowing and sending cold air out can be assembled on the faceplates 2 and locked with the threaded rods secured in advance on flooring of an upper. The vaporize 4, the motor 5 and the blower 6 can be disposed on the faceplates 2.

Moreover, the faceplates 2 of this invention can be matched and combined into a multi-directional wind exhausting structure, as shown in FIG. 8.

To sum up, this invention has the following advantages.

1. It can be assembled and installed quickly and conveniently, saving cost in provision of wind ducts and time and labor in assemblage.

2. It is able to exhaust out cold air in a large amount, enabling cold air to be blown and sent to distant places.

3. It can easily be assembled and disassembled, able to save labor and time in assembly and in subsequent maintenance work.

While the preferred embodiments of the invention have been described above, it will be recognized and understood that various modifications may be made therein and the appended claims are intended to cover all such modifications that may fall within the spirit and scope of the invention.