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Integrated Chambers for Liquid Appliances

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000145591D
Publication Date: 2007-Jan-18
Document File: 3 page(s) / 398K

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Abstract

An appliance in which multi chambers are manufactured in an integral process. This single appliance could also incorporate a spout and may incorporate a handle. The appliance may or may not require a lid.

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Title - Integrated Chambers for Liquid Appliances

Description - An appliance in which multi chambers are manufactured in an integral process. This single appliance could also incorporate a spout and may incorporate a handle. The appliance may or may not require a lid.

Benefit - Cost and weight saving - for the manufacturer, distributor and end user.

Function - Either an electrical and or non electrical liquid appliance where more than one chamber is required for the product function. For electrical appliances the heating part could seal off the base of the appliance.

Materials/Manufacturing Process - it is envisaged that the simplest production method would involve a casting or moulding process but non mouldable materials could be fabricated by other methods.

Appliances - The idea illustrated is a water filter kettle - where the separate chambers are one above the other and an additional part (ie the filter) is placed at the interface of the two chambers. The illustration could also relate to a brewing or infusing appliance. The idea is also applicable to appliances that require chambers situated adjacent to each other – possibly to heat water or keep water warm .

This idea can be applied to any appliance type which requires more than one chamber eg Tea makers, Coffee makers, Distillers, Blenders, Humidifiers, Cookin...