A multifunctional device for treating human hair, the device has a support column part (1) and a support part (8), the end of the support part is located at the part (12) of the treatment head, and it includes:
A housing (7), which is mounted on the support column part (1);
At least one device (9) for generating hot air;
At least another device for generating steam (11);
The at least one device (9) for generating hot air and the at least one device (9) for generating steam
The device (11) is arranged inside the housing (7);
The bracket part (8) is twisted and grounded to the housing (7);
The part (12) of the processing head includes a distribution head (15), which is in communication with the at least one and the at least another device (9, 11) provided in the housing (7);
The dispensing head (15) is supported between two end positions so as to rotate, and includes an atomizer part on one side (16) with an outlet hole (17), which is used by the At least one and at least one medium provided by the at least another device (9, 11); and includes a plurality of tubular protrusions arranged at the other side (18) opposite to the first designated side (16) (19), these tubular protrusions are connected to the distribution hose ( 20) and communicate with at least one of the at least one and the at least another device (9, 11);
The distribution hose (20) is suitable for connecting to the curling iron;
Wherein, the outlet hole (17) at one end position of the distribution head (15) and the tubular protrusion (19) at the other end position of the distribution head are connected to the housing At least one of the devices (9, 11) in the body (7) is connected.
This article relates to a multifunctional device for treating human hair. The device has a support column part and a bracket part, and the end of the bracket part is the part of the treatment head.
In order to treat the hair, such as forming permanent waves, dyeing, ironing, etc., hairdressers need various devices, and a large number of such devices occupy a lot of space in the barber shop. Current development
Trends indicate that barber shops have become smaller, which means that there is less floor space that can be used to place and store various devices. In addition, until now, hairdressers have only used one device for the corresponding specialized treatment of hair. The device is designed in such a way that the device is structurally self-contained, and all other devices in the shop are useless.
Therefore, the general purpose of the present invention is to provide a multifunctional device for treating human hair, in which a number of correspondingly different partial devices for different treatments are combined in one or the same
In the installation.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a multifunctional device for treating human hair. The device includes: a housing mounted on a support column; at least one device for forming hot air
Set; at least one device used to form steam; the at least one device used to form hot air
And the at least one device for forming steam is arranged inside the housing; the bracket part is installed in the housing in a hinged manner; the part of the processing head includes a dispensing head, which is arranged in the housing At least one device in the body communicates with at least another device; the dispensing head is supported between two end positions so as to rotate, and includes an atomizer part with an outlet hole on one side, and the outlet hole is used by the At least one and at least one medium provided by the at least another device; and includes a plurality of tubular protrusions provided at the other side opposite to the first designated side, these tubular protrusions are connected to the distribution hose and Communicate with at least one of said at least one and said at least another device; the distribution hose is suitable for connecting to the curling iron; therefore, the outlet hole on one end of the distribution head and the distribution head The tube-shaped protrusion at the other end of the device communicates with at least one of the devices provided in the housing.
The advantages of the present invention can basically be seen in the disclosed device. The space occupied by the barber shop is much less than the space occupied by traditional devices so far.
During the special treatment of the hair, no other special treatment devices are needed to be placed around uselessly.
Through the following detailed description, the present invention can be better understood, and other objects in addition to the objects set forth above will become apparent. Description is made with reference to the drawings, in which:
Figure 1 is a view (partially a cross-sectional view) of the support part of the part with the processing head, the support
Part of the frame is twisted and grounded and installed in the shell;
Figure 2 is a view of the device of the present invention in the first structure;
Figure 3 illustrates the device of Figure 2 in the second structure;
Figure 4 illustrates the device of Figure 2 in which the bracket is in an upwardly rotated state;
Figure 5 is a schematic front view of the device of the invention in a working position;
Figure 6 is a view seen from below the annular support including the infrared emitter and the desk lamp;
Figure 7 is a side view of a dispensing head with a hose connection; and
Figure 8 schematically illustrates the two-part bracket part in the open state.
The multifunctional device has a supporting column part 1. The support column part 1 is mounted on a base frame 2 with rollers. The support arm 3 and two rollers 4, 5 are illustrated in the base frame 2. The base frame 2 allows the device to be parked in a barber shop. on the floor. In short, there are two support arms and four rollers.
Therefore, the horizontal distance between the two supporting arms is large enough so that the hair of the person (the person’s hair is being treated) can be placed between the two supporting arms.
Comparing Fig. 2 and Fig. 3, it is obvious that the length of the support column part 1 can be adjusted, so the height position of the structure supported by the support column part 1 can be adjusted.
The housing 7 is mounted on the support column part 1. The bracket part 8 is rotatably mounted to the housing 7, and the end of the bracket part 8 is at the part 12 of the processing head.
A device 9 for forming hot air is provided inside the housing 7. These devices are generally well known, so it is not necessary to describe the device 9 in detail. It should be mainly noted that the supply of hot air is achieved by means of the turbine disk 10. As far as the hot air is extruded, it can be clearly understood that the temperature of the air for treating hair is correspondingly as high or as low as the temperature of conventional drying or treating hair, so the extruded warm air is also suitable.
The steam generating device 11 is also provided inside the casing 7. Device for generating steam 11
A water tank 13 is included, and a well-known traditionally designed ultrasonic atomizer 14 is installed on the water tank 13.
The ultrasonic atomizer includes a thin film that oscillates at a high frequency, so the high frequency oscillation realizes the evaporation of water.
The portion 12 of the processing head provided on the free end of the bracket portion 8 (which is rotatably mounted in the housing 7) includes a dispensing head 15, which is usually in communication with the two devices 9, 11 described above.
The part 15 of the processing head is supported for rotation between two end positions as will be described below.
The part 15 of the treatment head has an atomizer part on the side denoted by the reference number 16, which has a number of corresponding treatment hairs from at least one device 9, 11
Medium outlet hole 17.
On the other side 18 located opposite to the aforementioned side 16, the part of the treatment head has a number of tubular protrusions 19, which are illustrated in a simplified manner in Figs. 1-4 by means of short lines. These tubular protrusions 19 are mounted on a distribution hose 20 for corresponding media from at least one device 9, 11. These distribution hoses 20 are designed and adapted to be connected to, for example, inflatable hair curlers, which are usually It is well-known, so there is no need to describe it in detail.
The bracket part 8 is a two-part structure. It is specifically designed to receive and store the dispensing hose 20 when these hoses are not in use.
Therefore, the bracket portion 8 includes a lower, through-type receiving container portion 21 (see also FIG. 8 ), which is rotatably mounted in the housing 7. The cover part 22 is planted with a cover-shaped part 23 at its free end. The cover part 22 can be rotated between an open position and a closed position. As shown in the figure, the cover part 23 covers and covers the dispensing head 15 at its closed position. A corresponding hot or warm air pipe 24 extends from the device that generates hot air. The pipe 24 is arranged inside the support portion 8 and terminates at the portion 12 of the processing head, thus forming a communication with the dispensing head 15.
Now, the distribution head 15 is supported for rotation on the hot air pipe 24. The hot air pipe 24 also includes a lower outlet 25 located in the area of the distribution head 15.
The end of the hot air pipe 24 is closed, and the end surface of the distribution head 15 is sealed with the hot air pipe 24.
Now, if the distribution head 15 supported to rotate on the hot air pipe 24 is rotated to the end position shown in FIGS. 1, 2 and 4, the tubular protrusion 19 and the corresponding distribution hose 20
It is connected to the device 9 for generating hot air, so that the hair curler installed on the distribution hose 20 and the corresponding hair wound around the hair curler can be blown. The connection to the side 16 of the dispensing head 15 which includes an outlet hole 17 is therefore interrupted.
If the dispensing head 15 is rotated to the position shown in Fig. 3, the outlet hole 17 will communicate with the device 9 for generating hot air, so that the hot air can be used to blow the entire head of the corresponding person. It can be noted Obviously, the temperature of the hot air can be controlled.
If the dispensing head 15 is in this described position, then the dispensing hose 20 can be stored. Figure 8 illustrates a part of the bracket part 8 on a simplified basis. It includes a lower through-type receiving container part 21, which is twisted and installed on the housing 7. The distribution head 15 is rotatably mounted on the hot air pipe 24, and the hot air pipe 24 is extended in this receiving container part 21. The cover part 22 is installed into the cover part 23 and also forms a part of the bracket part 8, and the cover part 22 is rotatably mounted to the receiving container part 21.
Now suppose that the dispensing head 15 is in the position illustrated in FIG. 1, in this position, the downwardly facing tubular protrusion 19 with the dispensing hose is in the working state, wherein the dispensing hose is connected to the curling iron.
Now, the work of the tubular protrusion 19 will end and move to the side 16 of the dispensing head 15 and into the exit hole 17 in the working state.
For this reason, the support column part 1 extends vertically, so here it is located in the position shown in Fig. 2 compared with Figs. 3 and 4.
The cover part 22 with the cover part 23 rotates upward. This position is shown in Figure 2 by means of a dashed line. After that, after the support column portion 1 is vertically shortened again, the distribution head 15 rotates around the hot air pipe 24 at the position shown in FIG. 3.
FIG. 7 shows a view of the side portion 18 of the dispensing head 15 with the tubular protrusions 19, it can be known that it is obvious that the tubular protrusions 19 are arranged in two independent groups.
Now the dispensing hoses 20 can be folded up so that they are located in the through-type receiving container part 21. Because these distribution hoses 20 are arranged in two groups, which are separated from each other, as shown in FIG. 7, they can be placed in the through-type receiving container portion 21 located on both sides of the hot air pipe 24, as shown in FIG. Shown.
Now let us return to Figure 1. A device 9 for generating hot air and a device 11 for generating steam are provided in the housing 7. The hot air is supplied into the hot air pipe 24 by means of the turbine disk 10. The device 11 for generating steam includes an ultrasonic atomizer with a vibrating membrane. Such devices are of conventional type and are generally known in the prior art.
The steam pipe 26 extends from the steam generating device 11 to the part 12 of the treatment head. It is shown in detail in FIG. 1, this steam pipe 26 protrudes obliquely into the hot air pipe 24 at the inner area of the distribution head 15. Therefore, an ejector is formed in which the hot air supplied by means of the turbine disk 10 is the driving medium of the steam. This means that the steam is entrained by means of hot air and is supplied into the distribution head 15 by means of hot air accordingly.
The device 11 for generating steam includes a water tank 13 in which a super-lu atomizer 14 is provided. Various additives used to treat hair can be added to the water tank 13. For example, a product that neutralizes the smell of the fixed wave reagent is added to the water in the water tank 13.
Therefore, when this product is working in the water in the water tank 13, because the steam is entrained into the ejector by means of air, the water containing this product evaporates and flows into the part 12 of the treatment head as cold steam. The dispensing head 15 is in a position in which the exit hole 17 at the side 16 faces the head of a person, and the person’s hair is about to be treated. As a result, an air shower is formed, so the mentioned product flows into the hair previously treated with the fixed wave agent, thereby neutralizing the odor of the fixed wave agent.
The device 9 for generating hot air is equipped with an auxiliary hot air hose 27, see FIG. 5. A traditionally designed blowing brush can be connected to this auxiliary hot air hose 27, and the brush can be used independently.
In addition, an annular supporting portion 28 surrounds the dispensing head 15, and the supporting portion 28 is fixedly installed in the dispensing head 15.
An infrared emitter 29 serving as a heat source is arranged in the supporting part 28. In addition, there are table lamps 30. The supporting portion 28 is illustrated separately in FIG. 6. It should be noted that the infrared emitter 29 and the desk lamp 30 are provided on the side of the dispensing head 15, and the outlet hole 17 is provided on the side.
The two laterally extending support arms 31 are correspondingly installed in the housing 7 or the support column part 1 in a hinged manner. These support arms 31 are planted with infrared emitters 32 which are arranged in such a position that they are correspondingly aligned laterally with the head to be treated or the top of the head to be treated. When the other infrared emitters 32 are not in use, they can rotate around them
The turning point 33 rotates upward to the turning position.
A device 24 is also provided at the bottom end of the support column end of the support column part 1, and the device 24 is used to sterilize hair treatment devices such as brushes, hair curlers, and the like.
The preferred embodiments of the present invention have been shown and described at present, but it should be clearly understood that the present invention is not limited to these, but various modifications and practices can be made within the scope of the following claims.