Title:
Automic nonelectric closestool
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
An automatic non-electric toilet includes a toilet body, a water curtain spraying device, a water storage device which is able to move upward and downward, a disinfection device, a toilet seat and arm assemblies. The water curtain spraying device is provided on the toilet body; the water storage device, the disinfection device, the toilet seat and the arm assemblies are provided on the water curtain spraying device; each arm assembly has a first end connected with the water storage device and a second end connected with the toilet seat; the water storage device has a water tank, a base frame and a water tank frame; the water tank is provided on the water tank frame; the water tank frame is provided on the base frame and moves upward and downward relative to the base frame; and the disinfection device is provided at a bottom of the base frame. According to the present invention, when the water tank moves downward, a disinfectant bottle is pressed downward to release disinfectant; and the toilet has functions of automatic seat-lifting, automatic flushing and automatic disinfection.



Inventors:
Lee, Tung Shan (Hong Kong, CN)
Lee, Ho Fan (Hong Kong, CN)
Lee, Ming Shan (Hong Kong, CN)
Application Number:
14/431579
Publication Date:
09/08/2016
Filing Date:
03/02/2015
Assignee:
Lee Tung Shan
LEE Ho Fan
LEE Ming Shan
Primary Class:
International Classes:
E03D5/04; A47K13/10; E03D1/34; E03D5/02; E03D9/03
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Primary Examiner:
CRANE, LAUREN ASHLEY
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Lei Yu (Hacienda Heights, CA, US)
Claims:
1. 1-9. (canceled)

10. An automatic non-electric toilet, comprising a toilet body, a water curtain spraying device, a storage device which is able to move upward and downward, a disinfection device, a toilet seat and two arm assemblies, wherein: said water curtain spraying device is provided on said toilet body; said water storage device, said disinfection device, said toilet seat and said arm assemblies are provided on said water curtain spraying device; a first end of each said arm assembly is connected with said water storage device and a second end of each said arm assembly is connected with said toilet seat; and said arm assemblies move forward and backward to generate potential energy which serves as motive power; said water curtain spraying device comprises a lower water basin, an upper cover plate and a stretchable sleeve, wherein said lower water basin is stacked with said upper cover plate to form a first containing cavity which has a lateral opening; said stretchable sleeve passes through said upper cover plate; water enters said water curtain spraying device from said water storage device through said stretchable sleeve, and then flows into said toilet body along a side of said lower water basin; said water storage device comprises a water tank, a base frame and a water tank frame, wherein said water tank is provided on said water tank frame; said water tank frame is provided on said base frame and is able to move upward and downward relative to said base frame; said disinfection device is provided at a bottom of said base frame; said water tank frame is U-shaped; a disinfectant rod pressing frame is provided at a top of a side of said water tank frame; when said water tank moves downward, said disinfectant rod pressing frame linked with said water tank presses said disinfection device downward to release disinfectant; and said automatic non-electric toilet has a linkage operation that seat-lifting, flushing by said water storage device and disinfecting by said disinfection device are successively executed.

11. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 10, wherein said toilet body comprises a ship-shaped basin, a cover body and a discharging outlet; said ship-shaped basin is provided within said cover body; said discharging outlet is provided below said ship-shaped basin; said lower water basin and said upper cover plate are provided at a relative wide end of said ship-shaped basin; and said stretchable sleeve passes through said upper cover plate.

12. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 11, wherein a front end of said ship-shaped basin has a horseshoe-shaped urine-guiding port.

13. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 11, wherein said cover body comprises a left wing plate, a right wing plate, a front connecting plate and back connecting plate components; a first side of said left wing plate and a first side of said right wing plate incline to contact with each other and are contained within said front connecting plate; a second side of said left wing plate and a second side of said right wing plate are parallel with each other and are connected with said back connecting plate components; said left wing plate, said right wing plate, said front connecting plate and said back connecting plate components are successively connected for forming a second containing cavity; said ship-shaped basin is embedded within said second containing cavity; and said discharging outlet passes through said back connecting plate components.

14. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 13, wherein: said cover body further comprises rubber pads, wherein said rubber pads are provided between each of said left wing plate, said right wing plate, said front connecting plate and said back connecting plate components and said ship-shaped basin; and said back connecting plate components comprise an upper back connecting plate and a lower back connecting plate, wherein said upper back connecting plate is cuboid and a bottom of said upper back connecting plate has a concave-upward arc; said lower back connecting plate has a concave-downward arc; and said two arcs of said upper back connecting plate and said lower back connecting plate are opposed with each other for allowing said discharging outlet to pass through.

15. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 10, wherein said water storage device further comprises an upper frame, a rope and a stopping valve; a first end of said upper frame is fixed on said base frame and a second end of said upper frame fixes said rope and said stopping valve; a bottom of said rope is connected with a drainage valve for controlling a switch condition of said drainage valve; and said stopping valve is connected with an inlet valve through a connecting rod for controlling a switch condition of said inlet valve.

16. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 11, wherein said water storage device further comprises an upper frame, a rope and a stopping valve; a first end of said upper frame is fixed on said base frame and a second end of said upper frame fixes said rope and said stopping valve; a bottom of said rope is connected with a drainage valve for controlling a switch condition of said drainage valve; and said stopping valve is connected with an inlet valve through a connecting rod for controlling a switch condition of said inlet valve.

17. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 12, wherein said water storage device further comprises an upper frame, a rope and a stopping valve; a first end of said upper frame is fixed on said base frame and a second end of said upper frame fixes said rope and said stopping valve; a bottom of said rope is connected with a drainage valve for controlling a switch condition of said drainage valve; and said stopping valve is connected with an inlet valve through a connecting rod for controlling a switch condition of said inlet valve.

18. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 13, wherein said water storage device further comprises an upper frame, a rope and a stopping valve; a first end of said upper frame is fixed on said base frame and a second end of said upper frame fixes said rope and said stopping valve; a bottom of said rope is connected with a drainage valve for controlling a switch condition of said drainage valve; and said stopping valve is connected with an inlet valve through a connecting rod for controlling a switch condition of said inlet valve.

19. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 14, wherein said water storage device further comprises an upper frame, a rope and a stopping valve; a first end of said upper frame is fixed on said base frame and a second end of said upper frame fixes said rope and said stopping valve; a bottom of said rope is connected with a drainage valve for controlling a switch condition of said drainage valve; and said stopping valve is connected with an inlet valve through a connecting rod for controlling a switch condition of said inlet valve.

20. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 10, wherein said two arm assemblies are symmetrically provided; each arm assembly comprises a hinge seat, and a seat-lifting component integrated with said hinge seat; said hinge seats are connected with said base frame; and said seat-lifting components are connected with said toilet seat.

21. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 17, wherein said two arm assemblies are symmetrically provided; each arm assembly comprises a hinge seat, and a seat-lifting component integrated with said hinge seat; said hinge seats are connected with said base frame; and said seat-lifting components are connected with said toilet seat.

22. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 19, wherein said two arm assemblies are symmetrically provided; each arm assembly comprises a hinge seat, and a seat-lifting component integrated with said hinge seat; said hinge seats are connected with said base frame; and said seat-lifting components are connected with said toilet seat.

23. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 20, wherein a geometric center of each arm assembly, as a balance fulcrum, is provided on said toilet body.

24. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 21, wherein a geometric center of each arm assembly, as a balance fulcrum, is provided on said toilet body.

25. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 22, wherein a geometric center of each arm assembly, as a balance fulcrum, is provided on said toilet body.

26. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 10, wherein said toilet seat is an open front toilet seat.

27. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 25, wherein said toilet seat is an open front toilet seat.

28. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 10, wherein said toilet body is made of fiberglass and said base frame is made of aluminum-steel extrudates.

29. The automatic non-electric toilet, as recited in claim 27, wherein said toilet body is made of fiberglass and said base frame is made of aluminum-steel extrudates.

Description:

CROSS REFERENCE OF RELATED APPLICATION

This is a U.S. National Stage under 35 U.S.C 371 of the International Application PCT/CN2015/073511, filed Mar. 2, 2015, which claims priority under 35 U.S.C. 119(a-d) to CN 201410312941.9, filed Jul. 2, 2014.

BACKGROUND OF THE PRESENT INVENTION

1. Field of Invention

The present invention relates to a toilet device, and more particularly to an automatic non-electric toilet.

2. Description of Related Arts

The conventional non-electric seat-lifting self-flushing toilet device comprises a water tank which is able to move upward and downward, a toilet seat, a toilet bowl, an arm assembly, a water inlet and a water outlet, wherein the arm assembly has a moveable hinge point; a first end of the arm assembly is connected with the water tank and a second end of the arm assembly is connected with the toilet seat; and the toilet seat is provided on the toilet bowl. When the water tank is empty, a force moment of the water tank to the moveable hinge point is smaller than a force moment of the toilet seat to the moveable hinge point. Through a “switching and imbalance” principle, the water tank and the toilet seat of the toilet are switched at the imbalance state by lifting and lowering the arm assembly. Before injecting water, the force moment of the water tank to the moveable hinge point is smaller than the force moment of the toilet seat to the moveable hinge point. When a man sits on the toilet seat, the toilet seat is parallel with the toilet bowl by an external force and the water starts to be injected into the water tank. After the man leaves the toilet seat, because the force moment of the water tank to the moveable hinge point is larger than the force moment of the toilet seat to the moveable hinge point, the water tank moves downward and a valve of the water outlet is switched on. Thus, the toilet is able to automatically lift the toilet seat without electricity and automatically flush. The conventional non-electric seat-lifting self-flushing toilet device is convenient and environmentally friendly, and prevents disease infection. Additionally, the conventional fully-automatic toilets in the market depend on the electronic control technologies. Thus, the conventional fully-automatic toilets have the following disadvantages: the high price, the difficult and expensive maintenance, the failure in the marketization and the lack of the disinfection function.

SUMMARY OF THE PRESENT INVENTION

Accordingly, in order to solve the problems of the conventional toilets, the present invention provides an automatic non-electric toilet which has a function of automatic disinfection.

The technical solutions of the present invention are described as follows.

The present invention provides an automatic non-electric toilet, comprising a toilet body, a water curtain spraying device, a water storage device which is able to move upward and downward, a disinfection device, a toilet seat and two arm assemblies, wherein:

the water curtain spraying device is provided on the toilet body; the water storage device, the disinfection device, the toilet seat and the arm assemblies are provided on the water curtain spraying device; a first end of each arm assembly is connected with the water storage device and a second end of each arm assembly is connected with the toilet seat; and, the arm assemblies move forward and backward to generate potential energy which serves as motive power.

The water curtain spraying device comprises a lower water basin, an upper cover plate and a stretchable sleeve, wherein the lower water basin is stacked with the upper cover plate to form a first containing cavity having a lateral opening; the stretchable sleeve passes through the upper cover plate; a first end of the stretchable sleeve is connected with the water storage device; water enters the water curtain spraying device from the water storage device through the stretchable sleeve, and then flows into the toilet body along a side of the lower water basin.

The water storage device comprises a water tank, a base frame and a water tank frame, wherein the water tank is provided on the water tank frame; and the water tank frame is provided on the base frame and is able to move upward and downward relative to the base frame. The disinfection device is provided at a bottom of the base frame. The water tank frame is U-shaped. A disinfectant rod pressing frame is provided at a top of a side of the water tank frame; when the water tank moves downward, the disinfectant rod pressing frame linked with the water tank presses the disinfection device downward to release disinfectant.

The automatic non-electric toilet has a linkage operation that seat-lifting, flushing by the water storage device and disinfecting by the disinfection device are successively executed.

Preferably, the toilet body comprises a ship-shaped basin, a cover body and a discharging outlet, wherein the ship-shaped basin is provided within the cover body; the discharging outlet is provided below the ship-shaped basin; the lower water basin and the upper cover plate are provided at a relatively wide end of the ship-shaped basin; and the stretchable sleeve passes through the upper cover plate.

Preferably, a front end of the ship-shaped basin has a horseshoe-shaped urine-guiding port.

Preferably, the cover body comprises a left wing plate, a right wing plate, a front connecting plate and back connecting plate components, wherein a first side of the left wing plate and a first side of the right wing plate incline to contact with each other and are contained within the front connecting plate; a second side of the left wing plate and a second side of the right wing plate are parallel with each other and are connected with the back connecting plate components; the left wing plate, the right wing plate, the front connecting plate and the back connecting plate components are successively connected for forming a second containing cavity; the ship-shaped basin is embedded in the second containing cavity; and the discharging outlet passes through the back connecting plate components.

Further preferably, the cover body further comprises rubber pads, wherein the rubber pads are provided between each of the left wing plate, the right wing plate, the front connecting plate and the back connecting plate components and the ship-shaped basin. The back connecting plate components comprise an upper back connecting plate and a lower back connecting plate, wherein the upper back connecting plate is cuboid and a bottom of the upper back connecting plate has a concave-upward arc; the lower back connecting plate has a concave-downward arc; and the two arcs of the upper back connecting plate and the lower back connecting plate are opposed with each other for allowing the discharging outlet to pass through.

Further preferably, the water storage device further comprises an upper frame, a rope and a stopping valve, wherein a first end of the upper frame is fixed on the base frame; a second end of the upper frame fixes the rope and the stopping valve; a bottom of the rope is connected with a drainage valve for controlling a switch condition of the drainage valve; and the stopping valve is connected with an inlet valve through a connecting rod, for controlling a switch condition of the inlet valve.

Preferably, the two arm assemblies are symmetrically provided. Each arm assembly comprises a hinge seat and a seat-lifting component integrated with the hinge seat, wherein the hinge seat is connected with the base frame; and the seat-lifting component is connected with the toilet seat.

Preferably, the toilet seat is an open front toilet seat.

Preferably, the toilet body is made of fiberglass, and the base frame is made of aluminum-steel extrudates.

Compared with conventional technologies, the automatic non-electric toilet provided by the present invention has the following benefits. Firstly, when the water tank moves downward, the disinfection device, provided on the base frame, is pressed downward to release the disinfectant; secondly, the toilet has functions of automatic seat-lifting, automatic flushing and automatic disinfection for the toilet seat; thirdly, the present invention provides a water curtain spraying device which is able to spray the water curtain, which effectively covers the ship-shaped basin (toilet bowl) and prevents bacteria spreading.

These and other objectives, features, and advantages of the present invention will become apparent from the following detailed description, the accompanying drawings, and the appended claims.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 is a sketch view of a linkage operation of an automatic non-electric toilet according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is an exploded view of a toilet body of the automatic non-electric toilet according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 3 is an exploded view of basin components of the automatic non-electric toilet according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 4 is a perspective view of the toilet body of the automatic non-electric toilet according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 5 is a sketch view of a water tank frame of the automatic non-electric toilet according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 6 is a sketch view of a frame of the automatic non-electric toilet according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 7 is a perspective view of arm assemblies of the automatic non-electric toilet according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 8 is a sketch view of a water storage device of the automatic non-electric toilet according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 9 is a perspective view of a toilet seat of the automatic non-electric toilet according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT

In order to clearly illustrate objects, technical solutions and advantages of the present invention, the present invention is further illustrated with accompanying drawings and preferred embodiments. The preferred embodiment described hereby is merely for illustrating the present invention, not for limiting the present invention.

Referring to FIGS. 1-9 of the drawings, according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, an automatic non-electric toilet comprises a toilet body 400, a water curtain spraying device, a water storage device which is able to move upward and downward, a disinfection device, a toilet seat 500 and two arm assemblies, wherein the arm assemblies move forward and backward to generate potential energy which serves as motive power.

The automatic non-electric toilet has a linkage operation that seat-lifting, flushing by the water storage device and disinfecting by the disinfection device are successively executed.

The toilet body 400 comprises a ship-shaped basin 3, a cover body, a discharging outlet 1, the water storage device, the toilet seat 500 and the arm assemblies which are provided on the toilet body 400. The automatic non-electric toilet of the present invention, different from conventional one-piece toilets, is convenient to disassemble, particularly convenient to clean foreign matter which blocks the toilet and to remove odor after using for a long time.

The cover body comprises a left wing plate 4, a right wing plate 5, a front connecting plate 7 and back connecting plate components 300, wherein the left wing plate 4 and the right wing plate 5 are symmetrical; a shape of the left wing plate 4 and a shape of the right wing plate 5 are respectively consistent with shapes of two lateral sides of the ship-shaped basin 3; the front connecting plate 7 is triangle-shaped; a first side of the left wing plate 4 and a first side of the right wing plate 5 incline to contact with each other and are contained within the front connecting plate 7, namely a triangle-shaped opening of the front connecting plate 7 covers the first side, which is inclined, of the left wing plate 4 and the first side, which is inclined, of the right wing plate 5; and a second side of the left wing plate 4 and a second side of the right wing plate 5 are parallel with each other and are connected with the back connecting plate components 300.

A large connecting rod 6 is provided at bottoms of the two second sides of the left wing plate 4 and the right wing plate 5, for firmly fixing the left wing plate 4 and the right wing plate 5.

The left wing plate 4, the back connecting plate components 300, the right wing plate 5 and the front connecting plate 7 are successively connected for forming a second containing cavity; and the ship-shaped basin 3 is embedded in the second containing cavity, namely that the ship-shaped basin 3 is provided in the cover body which comprises the left wing plate 4, the back connecting plate components 300, the right wing plate 5 and the front connecting plate 7.

The back connecting plate components 300 comprise an upper back connecting plate 8 and a lower back connecting plate 9, wherein the upper back connecting plate 8 is cuboid and a bottom of the upper back connecting plate 8 has a concave-upward arc; the lower back connecting plate 9 has a concave-downward arc; and the two arcs of the upper back connecting plate 8 and the lower back connecting plate 9 are opposed with each other for allowing the discharging outlet 1 to pass through.

The discharging outlet 1 is provided below the ship-shaped basin 3; and a toilet bowl port of the ship-shaped basin 3 is intercommunicated with the discharging outlet 1 for discharging excreta from the toilet. A tightening ring 2 is further provided at the discharging outlet 1 for firmly fixing the discharging outlet 1 within the back connecting plate components 300.

A front end of the ship-shaped basin 3 has a horseshoe-shaped urine-guiding port, which protects urinary organs of a man from a cross infection by the toilet body 400 when the man using the toilet.

The water curtain spraying device is provided at a back end of the ship-shaped basin 3, namely a relatively wide end; and the water curtain spraying device comprises a stretchable sleeve 13 which is able to stretch and retract, a lower water basin 11 and an upper cover plate 12, wherein the upper cover plate 12 is provided on the lower water basin 11.

The lower water basin 11 is stacked with the upper cover plate 12 to form a first containing cavity having a lateral opening, namely a groove-shaped water spraying port. The stretchable sleeve 13 passes through the upper cover plate 12. When external water flows into the groove-shaped water spraying port through the stretchable sleeve 13, odor of the excreta is fully covered by the external water from a lateral side of the toilet bowl port and the excreta is discharged directly through the discharging outlet 1 under a strong water flow, wherein the external water effectively covers the ship-shaped basin 3 (toilet bowl) and prevents bacterial spreading.

According to the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the cover body further comprises four rubber pads 10 which are respectively provided between each of the left wing plate 4, the right wing plate 5, the front connecting plate 7 and the back connecting plate components 300 and the ship-shaped basin 3, for forming an enclosed space, which further prevents odor of the excreta from diffusing and prevents the toilet from a damage generated by collision between the cover body and the ship-shaped basin 3.

In the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the toilet body 400 is made of fiberglass.

The disinfection device comprises two disinfectant bottles 109, provided at a bottom of a base frame 104.

The water storage device comprises a water tank 106 and the base frame 104, wherein, when the water tank 106 moves, the disinfection device provided on the base frame 104 is pressed downward to release disinfectant.

In the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the water storage device comprises the water tank 106, a water tank frame 105 and the base frame 104. The disinfection device comprises the disinfectant bottles 109, provided at the bottom of the base frame 104.

The water tank frame 105 is U-shaped, for containing the water tank 106. A disinfectant rod pressing frame is provided at a top of a side of the water tank frame 105. The water tank frame 105 is provided on the base frame 104 and is able to move upward and downward along the base frame 104. The two disinfectant bottles 109 are respectively provided on a left side and a right side of the bottom of the base frame 104.

A first end of an upper frame 101 is mounted at a top of the base frame 104; a second end of the upper frame 101 fixes a rope 102 and a stopping valve 103; a bottom of the rope 102 is connected with a drainage valve 108 for controlling a switch condition of drainage valve 108; and the stopping valve 103 is connected with an inlet valve 107 through a connecting rod for controlling a switch condition of the inlet valve 107. The rope 102, the stopping valve 103, the drainage valve 108 and the inlet valve 107 are provided in the water tank 106.

The inlet valve 107 is controlled by the stopping valve 103 to switch on or switch off. The drainage valve 108 is controlled by the rope 102 to switch on or switch off, wherein a first end of the rope is fixed and a second end of the rope is connected with the drainage valve 108. The rope 102 has such a length that, when the water tank 106 moves to a lowest point, the rope 102 is able to switch on the drainage valve 108. The stretchable sleeve 13 is connected to the water tank 106 at an outer water outlet of the water tank 106.

By an interaction between the rope 102 and the stopping valve 103, when the water tank 106 moves to the lowest point, the inlet valve 107 is switched off and the drainage valve 108 is switched on, which maintains the water tank 106 empty when the water tank 106 is at the lowest point; when the water tank 106 rises or reaches a highest point, controlling components and the rope 102 do not control the drainage valve 108 and the drainage valve 108 is switched off; when the inlet valve 107 is switched on, water is injected into the want tank 106, and then, when the water tank 106 is full of water, the inlet valve 107 is switched off again for preventing water in the water tank 106 from overflowing.

The water tank frame 105, the base frame 104 and the upper frame 101 are made of aluminum-steel extrudates.

When the water tank 106 moves downward, the disinfectant rod pressing frame linked with the water tank 106 presses the disinfectant bottles 109 downward to release the disinfectant, so as to disinfect the toilet while automatic flushing.

A first end of each arm assembly is connected with the water storage device and a second end of each arm assembly is connected with the toilet seat 500. Through lifting by inertia, the toilet seat 500 is able to keep stable when the toilet seat 500 stands on the toilet bowl at an angle of more than 90°.

In the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the two arm assemblies are symmetrically provided and respectively comprise hinge seats, 112 and 113, and seat-lifting components, 110 and 111, integrated with the hinge seats, wherein: the hinge seats 112 and 113 are connected with the base frame 104; the seat-lifting components 110 and 111 are connected with the toilet seat 500; and a geometric center of each arm assembly, as a balance fulcrum, is provided on the toilet body 400.

The water tank 106, which is able to move upward and downward, moves forward and backward through the hinge seats 112 and 113 to generate potential energy which serve as a motive power resource.

The toilet seat 500 is an open front toilet seat, which effectively prevents a contact cross infection.

According to the preferred embodiment of the present invention, when the water tank 106 moves downward, the disinfectant bottles 109 provided on the base frame 104 are pressed downward to release the disinfectant. In the meantime, the present invention has functions of automatic seat-lifting and automatic flushing. Additionally, the inlet valve 107 is controlled by the stopping valve 103 to switch on or switch off; and the drainage valve 108 is controlled by the rope 102 to switch on or switch off, wherein the first end of the rope 102 is fixed and the second end of the rope 102 is connected with the drainage valve 108. When the water tank moves to the lowest point, the controlling components switches off the inlet valve 107; and when the water tank moves to the lowest point, the rope switches on the drainage valve 108. The stretchable sleeve 13 is connected to the water tank 106 at the outer water outlet of the water tank 106, for ensuring that the water tank 106 starts to drain water to be empty when the water tank 106 is at the lowest point, and that the water tank 106 is full, but does not overflow, when the water tank 106 is at the highest point. Thus, so long as a user sits on the toilet seat 500 when starting to use the toilet, thereafter, the toilet is able to automatically flush.

The toilet according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention is able to reduce odor and prevent bacteria spreading; the urine-guiding port and the open front toilet seat are provided for preventing the cross infection, especially good for women.

One skilled in the art will understand that the embodiment of the present invention as shown in the drawings and described above is exemplary only and not intended to be limiting.

It will thus be seen that the objects of the present invention have been fully and effectively accomplished. Its embodiments have been shown and described for the purposes of illustrating the functional and structural principles of the present invention and is subject to change without departure from such principles. Therefore, this invention includes all modifications encompassed within the spirit and scope of the following claims.





 
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