Abstract: Disclosed is a concealed plumbing fixture including a connection member that is provided with at least one connection for a water pipe, especially a domestic cold water pipe and/or a domestic warm water pipe, and at least one fastening element for fixing the connecting member in a mounting hole. Said plumbing fixture further includes a functional unit, particularly with a plumbing valve that is provided with connection means for creating a water connection to complementary connecting means of the connecting member, and a joining device that allows the functional unit to be removably fixed to the connecting member. The connecting member is preferably provided with an adjustable fastening device by means of which the same can be fixed in the mounting hole at different mounting depths. The inventive plumbing fixture also includes at least one fastening ring that can be moved in an axial direction along the connecting member as well as at least one means for locking the fastening ring on the connecting member.
Abstract: A sanitary fitting has a housing which has a hot-water supply, a cold-water supply and two mixed-water outlets, having a cartridge arranged in the housing and a mixing valve for cold and hot water, arranged between the two mixed-water outlets is a changeover valve which comprises a double valve cone which can be moved from a first position, which releases the first mixed-water outlet, into a second position, which releases the second mixed-water outlet and in which it is held under the pressure of mixed water flowing through the second mixed-water outlet until it returns automatically into the first position once the inflow of water has been switched off. The sanitary fitting has an operating element which can be actuated and is coupled to the actuating member such that actuating member is moved into the second position by virtue of the operating element being pressed.
Abstract: The invention relates to a sanitary washstand fitting, comprising a housing which is detachably secured to a washstand with the aid of a fixing device. The fixing device comprises a base which can be fixed to the washstand, an insertion device enabling the housing to be placed on the base from the top, and a clamping device enabling the housing thus arranged to be clamped against the base. The clamping device comprises a spring ring which is received in a groove of the base and which is radially expandable by means of a threaded pin such that it can also be engaged in a complementary counter groove in the housing.
Abstract: The description is given of a sanitary water-outflow fitting, in particular a tub-filling mixer unit, having a water-outflow housing (1) and a jet former for a wide-surface-area water-outlet jet (19), the jet former being arranged in the housing. The water-outflow housing (1) comprises an elongate supply channel (21) which runs essentially perpendicularly to the water-outlet jet (19), tapers in a funnel like manner in the throughflow direction and is bounded by an intermediate wall (37). The intermediate wall (37) has a multiplicity of throughflow holes (51), via which the supply channel (21) is connected to an elongate distributor chamber (11) essentially parallel to it. The distributor chamber (11) has at least one water-outlet channel (9) leading to the water outflow.
Abstract: A sanitary single-lever mixer comprising a housing, known per se, having a receiving compartment which is open towards the top. The housing is associated with a closing part which covers the upper opening of the receiving compartment and comprises a center passage. The adjusting lever or the handle extends through said passage. The closing part has a convex, spherical top when seen from above. The handle is associated with a cover element that has an outer exposed part with an exposed surface and a sliding element connected to the exposed part.
Abstract: Disclosed is a shower head comprising a housing-type first part (T1) inside which a water duct extends. One end of said water duct communicates with a water inlet. The first part (T1) is connected to a second part (T2) that is embodied as a discharging element. The receiving space of the discharging element communicates with the other end of the water duct in at least one mode of operation of the shower head. In said mode of operation, the external edge of the second part (T2) forms an overflow edge in one region, via which water can flow off. The second part (T2) forming the discharging element is composed of a top portion and a bottom portion, between which an interior space is located that communicates with the second end of the water duct in a second mode of operation of the shower head. A plurality of nozzle-type discharge ports (A2) are arranged in the bottom portion of the second part (T2).
Abstract: The invention relates to a device for actuating a sanitary appliances which comprises at least one sensor arranged in a housing and provided with a pressure-sensitive element and is actuatable by applying a force on the sensor sensitive area for deforming said element. The inventive device also comprises a control system which determines the deformation of the element and produces a signal by which the operation of the sanitary appliances is controllable. Coupling means extending perpendicularly to the operating direction of the sensor outside of the sensitive area thereof enable a force which is generated at a distance from said sensitive area to be transferable thereon.
Abstract: A sanitary fitting has a water inlet, at least one operating element and an outlet, the outlet consisting, at least in part, of a transparent material. Also provided is an illuminating device which incorporates light into the transparent material. In this way, straightforward technical means provide for a large number of new design possibilities which increase the attractiveness of the sanitary fitting for the user.
Abstract: The invention relates to a sanitary fitting containing an assembly of several light sources for illuminating water that flows out of or into the sanitary fitting, said light sources generating light of different colors. According to the invention, collecting optics are positioned upstream of the light sources to focus and mix the light that is generated by the light sources. This permits the generation of intensive mixed colors, which, for example, can illuminate the interior of a shower jet.
Abstract: Disclosed is an actuating device for fixtures, particularly plumbing fixtures, comprising at least one input unit that is provided with a plurality of sensors which are connected to a control unit, and at least one drive unit for at least one closing device for at least one fluid pipe, especially a valve of a water pipe that can be controlled by means of the control unit. At least three sensors are arranged in a substantially regular manner essentially along a closed curve. The drive unit is triggered when signals of at least two adjacent sensors are detected.
Abstract: The present invention relates to new mGluR1 and mGluR5 receptor subtype preferring ligands of formula (I) wherein X represents a group selected from SO, SO2; Y represents a group selected from (CH2)n, NH, NHCH2; n is an integer of 0 to 1; Z is H or monosubstituted by alkyl, nitro, halogen, alkoxy, trifluoromethyl, cyano, amino, alkylamino, dialkylamino, aminomethyl, e alkylaminomethyl, dialkylaminomethyl, hydroxyl, alkylsulfonylamino; R1 is an optionally substituted alkyl, cycloalkyl, phenyl, biphenyl, heterocyclyl; R2 is an optionally substituted phenyl, heterocyclyl, or NR3R4 group wherein R3 and R4 are independently selected from the group of hydrogen and an optionally substituted alkyl, or R3 and R4 together with the N atom to which they are attached form an optionally substituted C5-7 heterocyclyl group, containing one or more heteroatom(s), or NH—CO—NR5R6 group, wherein R5 and R6 are independently selected from the group of hydrogen and an optionally substituted alkyl, or R5 and R6 together with the N a
December 19, 2006
January 28, 2010
Hansa Metallwerke AG
Katalin Nogradi, Gabor Wagner, Gyorgy Keseru, Attila Bielik, Tamas Gati, Viktor Hada, Janos Koti, Krisztina Gal, Monika Vastag, Amrita Agnes Bobok