Abstract: A sanitary toilet seat in varying shapes for use with varying shapes of toilet bowls having an upper rim and a pair of flanges extending upwardly from the upper rim at a rear area of the toilet includes a cardboard base having a seat portion and a connection portion. A plurality of water resistant feet extend from a lower side of the seat portion for contacting the upper rim. A plurality of impermeable, flushable, biodegradable sheets are stacked atop one another to form a pile with upper and lower ends, the pile upper end being wider than the pile lower end. Each sheet includes a tab accessible to peel the sheet from the pile. Adhesive is coupled to each sheet lower side but not to the tabs. Each upper sheet includes a coating such that the adhesive separates cleanly from the sheet upper sides.
Abstract: A disposable protector for the seat ring or upper part of a toilet, is configured to protect the sides and front part of the toilet. The protector includes one piece which covers the ring of the toilet seat or, in the absence of a seat, the upper end of the toilet, thereby protecting the user in relation to toilet.
November 14, 2003
Date of Patent:
May 15, 2007
Raquel Fernandez Escortell, legal representative, Albert Fernandez Mateu, deceased
Abstract: The present invention provides a toilet seat assembly that can be assembled and disassembled without the use of tools by aligning various components of the assembly at a predetermined angle with respect to one another. Another aspect of the invention includes a system composed of a plurality of toilet seat assemblies that communicate information onto and receive information from a computer network that can include the Internet in one embodiment. Another aspect of the invention includes a kit for serviceing the assembly of the invention that includes a plurality of rolls of plastic sleeves.
Abstract: Disclosed is a sanitary seat for a toilet bowl, in which disposable seat films consisting of a plurality of unit seat films adhered by an adhesive are attached to an upper surface of a toilet seat, such that the seat film may be used on the toilet bowl one by one. The sanitary seat includes at least two unit seat films attached to an upper surface of the toilet seat by means of an adhesive, such that the seat film is used on the toilet bowl one by one. The unit seat film is provided at both sides of a rear portion thereof with a pair of knobs, and the knobs are outwardly protruded from the rear portion so that the film is easily detached by a user. Alternatively, the unit seat film is provided at a rear center portion thereof with a knob.
Abstract: A toilet seat construction includes a seat member with an upper major surface for holding a stack of pliable seat sheets thereon. A retaining member has a rear portion mounted pivotally and turnable relative to the seat member so as to be superimposed upon the seat member. The retaining member has an opening bordered by two lateral retaining portions. When the retaining member is superimposed upon the seat member, the lateral retaining portions are superimposed upon lateral holding areas of the upper major surface of the seat member, and thus a body contact area of the stack of the pliable seat sheets is urged to protrude out of the opening for contacting the body of the user.