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(11)EP 3 341 657 B1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT SPECIFICATION

(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
17.06.2020 Bulletin 2020/25

(21)Application number: 16839574.7

(22)Date of filing:  23.08.2016
(51)International Patent Classification (IPC): 
H05B 6/12(2006.01)
F24C 15/08(2006.01)
F24C 15/34(2006.01)
F24C 7/08(2006.01)
F24C 15/10(2006.01)
F24C 11/00(2006.01)
F24C 15/30(2006.01)
F24C 3/12(2006.01)
F24C 3/04(2006.01)
A47J 37/06(2006.01)
(86)International application number:
PCT/KR2016/009278
(87)International publication number:
WO 2017/034285 (02.03.2017 Gazette  2017/09)

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COMBINATION TYPE COOKER

KOMBINATIONSHERD

CUISEUR DE TYPE A COMBINAISON


(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR

(30)Priority: 25.08.2015 KR 20150119863

(43)Date of publication of application:
04.07.2018 Bulletin 2018/27

(73)Proprietor: LG Electronics Inc.
Yeongdeungpo-gu Seoul 07336 (KR)

(72)Inventors:
  • PARK, Hyunwoo
    Seoul 08592 (KR)
  • LEE, Dongjae
    Seoul 08592 (KR)
  • KIM, Seungyoun
    Seoul 08592 (KR)

(74)Representative: Vossius & Partner Patentanwälte Rechtsanwälte mbB 
Siebertstrasse 3
81675 München
81675 München (DE)


(56)References cited: : 
CN-Y- 2 611 770
JP-A- 2001 263 682
KR-B1- 100 829 629
CN-Y- 200 975 721
KR-B1- 100 651 989
KR-B1- 101 465 068
  
      
    Note: Within nine months from the publication of the mention of the grant of the European patent, any person may give notice to the European Patent Office of opposition to the European patent granted. Notice of opposition shall be filed in a written reasoned statement. It shall not be deemed to have been filed until the opposition fee has been paid. (Art. 99(1) European Patent Convention).


    Description

    Technical Field



    [0001] A combination type cooker is disclosed herein.

    Background Art



    [0002] Generally, a cooker is an apparatus which heats and cooks food using gas or electric power.

    [0003] As a representative cooker using the electric power, there is an induction heating cooker. Generally, the induction heating cooker is an apparatus performing a cooking function in a method in which a high-frequency current flows through a working coil or a heating coil, thus a strong line of magnetic force is generated, an eddy current flows when the line of magnetic force passes through a cooking container, and the container itself is heated.

    [0004] In a basic heating principle of the induction heating cooker, as a current is applied to the heating coil, a cooking container formed of a magnetic material generates heat by induction heating, and the cooking container itself is heated by the generated heat, and thus a cooking operation is performed.

    [0005] In the case of such an induction heating cooker, there are some advantages that exhaust gas is not generated, and food can be rapidly heated. However, when a plurality of heating coils are operated at the same time, heating power may be limited due to an electric power problem, and also when the induction heating cooker is used for a long stretch of time, a fuel cost is increased.

    [0006] Meanwhile, as a representative cooker using the gas, there is a gas range. Generally, the gas range is classified into an open-flame type in which a burner is exposed to an outside of a product, and flame directly heats food or heats a container in which the food is put, and a radiant type in which the burner is provided inside the product, and a radiator is heated using combustion heat, and the food or the container in which the food is put is heated using a radiant wave emitted from the heated radiator to an outside.

    [0007] CN 200 975 721 Y discloses a combination type cooker according to the preamble of claim 1.

    [0008] Korean Patent Publication No. 10-2008-0069449 discloses a heating cooker in which an upper surface of a case is shielded by a ceramic plate, and a burner system ignited by supplying a gas is provided at an internal space of the case under the ceramic plate, and heating power is controlled by opening and closing a gas valve through an operation of an operation switch.

    [0009] However, while the prior art has an advantage that a fuel cost is reduced compared with the induction heating cooker, there are some problems that the food cannot be rapidly heated, and the exhaust gas is generated.

    Technical Problem



    [0010] The present invention is directed to providing a combination type cooker in which a closed-type gas burner and an induction range are able to be fixed and disposed at a space partitioned by a barrier inside a case, to be independently cooled, and thus to be simultaneously or selectively used according to user convenience.

    Solution to Problem



    [0011] The present invention is defined by the claims. According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided a combination type cooker including a top plate having a surface on which food is seated; a case configured to form a space shielded by the top plate; a gas burner provided inside the case, and in which a red-heat plate is heated by combustion of a fuel gas; an induction burner provided inside the case, and configured to heat a cooking container in an induction heating method; and a barrier provided between the gas burner and the induction burner, and configured to partition an inside of the case into a space in which the gas burner is provided and a space in which the induction burner is provided.

    [0012] According to the present invention, the cooker comprises an insulator case in which the gas burner is accommodated. The insulator case and an induction case in which the induction burner is seated may be disposed at both sides of the barrier, respectively.

    [0013] The barrier includes a partitioning portion which extends from a front end of the case to a rear end thereof; and a plate supporting portion which is bent from one end of the partitioning portion, and supports a lower surface of the top plate. According to the present invention, the barrier further comprises a burner fixing portion which is bent from the other end of the partitioning portion, coupled to the insulator case and the induction case, and fixes the gas burner and the induction burner.

    [0014] The partitioning portion may be formed to be bent several times and thus to pass the gas burner and the induction burner.

    [0015] Coupling portions which connect the insulator case and the induction case with the burner fixing portion may be provided at the insulator case and the induction case.

    [0016] One pair of plate brackets may be installed at both of left and right sides of the lower surface of the top plate, and the pair of plate brackets may fix each of the insulator case and the induction case.

    [0017] The plate bracket may include an extending portion which extends along the lower surface of the top plate; a top plate fixing portion which is formed at an upper end of the extending portion, and fixed to the top plate; and an operation unit fixing portion which is bent inward from a front end of the extending portion, and fixes both ends of an operation unit provided inside the case, and a bracket fixing portion which extends downward, and fixes outer ends of the insulator case and the induction case may be formed at the top plate fixing portion.

    [0018] The operation unit may be in contact with the lower surface of the top plate, and may recognize a user's touching operation.

    [0019] A main fan which suctions air outside the case, and cools a gas burner accommodating space partitioned by the barrier may be provided at a space formed among the operation unit, the gas burner and the barrier.

    [0020] An induction fan which suctions the air outside the case, and cools an induction burner accommodating space partitioned by the barrier may be provided at a space in which the induction burner is provided.

    [0021] A plurality of switching elements may be provided inside the induction case, and the induction fan may be located at opened one side of the induction case, and may enable cooling air to pass through the induction case.

    [0022] The induction case may be provided between the induction fan and a grille vent formed at a rear of the top plate.

    [0023] An electronic valve unit which is operated by an operation of the operation unit, and controls gas supply to the gas burner may be provided inside the case.

    [0024] A side barrier which connects a rear surface of the case with one side surface, and partitions an inside of the case may be provided at the case, and the electronic valve unit may be accommodated in an independent space partitioned by the barrier and separated from the gas burner.

    [0025] A sub-fan which suctions the air outside the case, and cools the electronic valve unit may be further provided at a space in which the electronic valve unit is accommodated.

    [0026] The barrier may be formed to cross an exhaust portion through which air in the case is discharged.

    [0027] A plurality of burners may be accommodated in the insulator case.

    [0028] The case may be buried and installed at furniture in a built-in method.

    [0029] The combination type cooker may be disposed above an oven of a gas oven range.

    [0030] The case may be an outer case which forms an exterior exposed to an outside when the combination type cooker is installed.

    [0031] The details of one or more embodiments are set forth in the accompanying drawings and the description below. Other features will be apparent from the description and drawings, and from the claims.

    Advantageous Effects of Invention



    [0032] According to the combination type cooker according to the embodiment of the present invention, the following effects can be expected.

    [0033] First, the closed-type gas burner and the induction burner are provided at one case, and the induction burner can be used when the user wants rapid heating power, and the closed-type gas burner having a relatively low fuel cost can be used when the user wants to use the burner for a long time, and thus the burners can be selectively used according to use environments.

    [0034] Second, the barrier is provided inside the case, and by the barrier, the internal space of the case is partitioned into the space in which the closed-type gas burner is provided, and the space in which the induction burner is provided, and thus the heat generated when the closed-type gas burner is used is prevented from being introduced toward the induction burner, and an stable operation can be allowed.

    [0035] And the main fan and the induction fan are provided at the spaces partitioned by the barrier so that each of the spaces is independently cooled, and thus a cooling operation can be further efficiently performed.

    [0036] Third, since each of the closed-type gas burner and the induction burner is fixed to the barrier, each of the burners disposed at both sides can be maintained in a stably fixed state, and also since the closed-type gas burner and the induction burner can be additionally fixed by the plate bracket attached to the top plate, the burners can be maintained in the further stably fixed state.

    Brief Description of Drawings



    [0037] Embodiments will be described in detail with reference to the following drawings in which like reference numerals refer to like elements, and wherein:

    FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view illustrating an installing state of a combination type cooker according to an embodiment of the present invention;

    FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of the combination type cooker;

    FIG. 3 is a plan view of the combination type cooker in which a top plate is removed;

    FIG. 4 is a rear view illustrating a state in which a bottom surface of a case of the combination type cooker is removed;

    FIG. 5 is a perspective view of a barrier of the combination type cooker when being seen from one direction;

    FIG. 6 is a perspective view of the barrier when being seen from another direction;

    FIG. 7 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which a plate bracket is installed at the top plate;

    FIG. 8 is an exploded perspective view illustrating a coupling structure between the top plate and the plate bracket of the combination type cooker;

    FIG. 9 is a view illustrating a flowing state of cooling air when a gas burner of the combination type cooker is operated;

    FIG. 10 is a view illustrating the flowing state of the cooling air when an induction burner of the combination type cooker is operated; and

    FIG. 11 is a perspective view of a combination type cooker according to another embodiment of the present invention.


    Mode for the Invention



    [0038] Reference will now be made in detail to the embodiments of the present disclosure, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings. The invention may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as being limited to the embodiments set forth herein; rather, alternative embodiments included in other retrogressive inventions or falling within the scope of the present disclosure can easily be derived through adding, altering, and removing, and will fully convey the concept of the invention to those skilled in the art.

    [0039] FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view illustrating an installing state of a combination type cooker according to an embodiment of the present invention.

    [0040] As illustrated in the drawing, a gas cooker 1 according to an embodiment of the present invention may be installed at an upper surface of furniture such as a sink. The gas cooker 1 is formed to be seated in an opening formed at an upper surface of the sink, and an exterior thereof exposed through the upper surface of the sink may be formed by a top plate 20.

    [0041] And the entire exterior of the gas cooker 1 may be configured with a case 10, the top plate 20 and a grille vent 21.

    [0042] The case 10 may be formed of a plate-shaped steel material, and an upper surface thereof is bent to be opened, and thus a space in which a plurality of elements for operating the gas cooker 1 are accommodated is provided therein. And when the gas cooker 1 is installed at the sink, the case 10 is in an accommodated state inside the opening of the sink.

    [0043] The top plate 20 forming an upper surface of the gas cooker 1 is provided at the opened upper surface of the case 10. The top plate 20 shields the opening of the sink while the gas cooker 1 is installed at the sink, is exposed through the upper surface, and forms the exterior of the upper surface of the gas cooker 1. And the top plate 20 provides a flat surface on which food to be cooked is seated.

    [0044] And the grille vent 21 through which exhaust gas is discharged is provided at a rear end of the top plate 20. The grille vent 21 is formed to slightly protrude from the top plate 20, and a plurality of vent holes 211 are opened at the grille vent 21 so that the exhaust gas is discharged through the vent holes 211.

    [0045] FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of the combination type cooker. And FIG. 3 is a plan view of the combination type cooker in which the top plate is removed. And FIG. 4 is a rear view illustrating a state in which a bottom surface of a case of the combination type cooker is removed.

    [0046] As illustrated in the drawings, the upper surface of the gas cooker 1 is formed by the top plate 20, and the other exterior except the upper surface is formed by the case 10.

    [0047] The top plate 20 may be formed of a ceramic glass material, and a top frame 22 may be provided at a perimeter of the top plate 20, and may form an exterior of the perimeter of the top plate 20. And a grille vent seating portion 221 which is opened so that the grille vent 21 is seated therein may be formed at the top frame 22, and a space in which a plate for seating the top plate 20 is seated may be provided at a front of the grille vent seating portion 221.

    [0048] An operation unit 23 may be provided under the top plate 20. The operation unit 23 is operated to control heating power of the gas cooker 1 by a user, and may be formed to be operated by the user's touching operation. Of course the operation unit 23 may be configured with an electronic switch or a sensor, instead of a touching method.

    [0049] An operation part 201 which enables the user to recognize an operating portion of the operation unit 23 may be formed at an upper surface of the top plate 20 corresponding to the operation unit 23. The operation part 201 may be formed at the upper surface of the top plate 20 in a printing method or a film attaching method, and may also be formed in a transparent or translucent type so that at least a part of the operation unit 23 is exposed. Also, the operation part 201 may be formed not to be recognized from an outside through the top plate 20 before an operation thereof, but to be recognized from the outside by turning on a separate backlight.

    [0050] The operation unit 23 may be located at a front end of the top plate 20, and may be formed so that an upper end of the operation unit 23 is completely in close contact with the top plate 20. And the operation unit 23 may also be formed to be coupled to the top plate 20 and thus to be disassembled from or assembled to the case 10 in a module state.

    [0051] Meanwhile, the opened upper surface of the case 10 may be formed to have a somewhat smaller area than that of the top plate 20, and may also be formed to have a structure in which the perimeter of the top plate 20 further protrudes to an outside of the case 10 when being coupled to the top plate 20. And an exterior of the case 10 may be formed by bending the steel plate material, and if necessary, may be formed by injection-molding a resin material.

    [0052] When the top plate 20 and the case 10 are coupled to each other, a space is formed inside the case 10, and a burner unit 30 may be provided in the space. The burner unit 30 may include a plurality of gas burners 40 in which combustion of a supplied mixed gas occurs, and an insulator case 31 at which the gas burners 40 are fixed and installed.

    [0053] Each of the gas burner 40 has a nozzle 33 for supplying the gas, and a mixing tube 34 through which a fuel gas and air are mixed and introduced to a burner port 41 of the gas burner 40 may be provided at an outlet side of the nozzle 33. The nozzle 33 and the mixing tube 34 may be formed in one module, and may be respectively fixed to and installed at the burner port 41 of the gas burner 40.

    [0054] The plurality of gas burners 40 may be provided, and may include a first burner 401 and a second burner 402. And both of the first burner 401 and the second burner 402 may be seated on the insulator case 31 formed in a single unit, and may have a structure which is installed inside the case 10 together with the insulator case 31. The number of the gas burners 40 and a size of each of the gas burners 40, which are installed at the insulator case 31, are not limited to the proposed embodiment, and may be variously applied.

    [0055] A gas pipe 35 is provided inside the case 10. The gas pipe 35 connects a regulator 51 and a valve unit 52 with the gas burners 40 so that the gas is supplied to each of the gas burners 40.

    [0056] Meanwhile, a configuration of the gas burner 40 will be described in detail. The gas burner 40 may include the burner port 41 to which the mixed gas is supplied, a red-heat plate 42 which is seated at the burner port 41 to be heated by the combustion of the mixed gas, and a burner holder 44 and a burner cover 45 which supports the burner port 41 and the red-heat plate 42.

    [0057] Specifically, the burner port 41 is formed in a cylindrical shape of which an upper surface is opened, and the red-heat plate 42 is seated on the upper surface. And the mixing tube 34 which supplies the mixed gas is inserted and installed at one side of an outer portion of the burner port 41.

    [0058] Meanwhile, the mixing tube 34 may be formed so that a plurality of tubes are disposed at regular intervals to enable the gas supplied through the nozzle 33 to be evenly introduced into the burner port 41.

    [0059] And a plurality of nozzles 33 through which the mixed gas is injected has a structure which is fixed by a nozzle holder to be spaced apart from the mixing tube 34, and an outlet port of each of the nozzles 33 is located at a location corresponding to an inlet port of the mixing tube 34. Therefore, the inlet port of the mixing tube 34 is located at the location corresponding to the outlet port of the nozzle 33 to be spaced apart by a predetermined gap, such that air is mixed together by a pressure difference due to a flow of the gas when the gas is injected through the nozzle 33.

    [0060] The red-heat plate 42 is seated on an upper surface of the burner port 41. The red-heat plate 42 is formed to completely shield the opened upper surface of the burner port 41. The red-heat plate 42 may be formed of a porous ceramic mat, and the mixed gas flowing on a surface of the red-heat plate 42 may be burned. The red-heat plate 42 may be formed of another material which is usable to the gas burner 40.

    [0061] And a spark plug 32 is fixed to and installed at one side of the burner holder 44. The spark plug 32 serves to ignite the mixed gas in the gas burner 40, is provided above the red-heat plate 42, and extends from an outside of the red-heat plate 42 toward an inside thereof to ignite the mixed gas.

    [0062] Also, a flame detecting means 321 may be provided at one side of the spark plug 32. The flame detecting means 321 serves to check an ignition state of the gas burner 40 through a change in a voltage or a temperature of the red-heat plate 42, and may be formed in a module integrally formed with the spark plug 32, and may extend along with the spark plug 32 from an upper side of the red-heat plate 42 toward the inside of the red-heat plate 42.

    [0063] And a burned gas guide portion 444 formed to extend backward is formed at the burner holder 44. The burned gas guide portion 444 may extend to a rear end of the case 10 corresponding to a location of the grille vent 21. Therefore, the burned gas generated when the combustion occurs at the gas burner 40 may be guided to the grille vent 21 along the burner holder 44, and then may be discharged to an outside.

    [0064] The burner cover 45 is provided above the burned gas guide portion 444. The burner cover 45 forms a flow path of the burned gas flowing through the burned gas guide portion 444, and shields an opened upper side of the burned gas guide portion 444. And a rear end of the burner cover 45 is formed to be spaced apart from a rear end of the burned gas guide portion 444, such that cooling air in the case 10 and the burned gas passing through the burned gas guide portion 444 are mixed and then discharged.

    [0065] Meanwhile, although not illustrated, an insulator for preventing heat of the burner unit 30 from being transferred to the outside of the case 10 or some areas of the top plate 20 may be provided between the burner holder 44 and the top plate 20 and between the burner holder 44 and the insulator case 31.

    [0066] A main fan 61 and a sub-fan 62 may be provided inside the case 10. Each of the main fan 61 and the sub-fan 62 is formed to have a box fan, and also formed to suction air outside the case 10 and then to discharge the suctioned air from an inside of the case 10. Of course, a structure of the fan may be employed according to a user's selection.

    [0067] The main fan 61 and the sub-fan 62 enable external air to be introduced to the inside of the case 10 having a sealed structure, and simultaneously enable the air inside the case 10 to forcibly flow and thus to cool the inside of the case 10. And the air forcibly flowing in the case 10 may be discharged to an outside through the grille vent 21.

    [0068] And the main fan 61 may be provided at a space among the first burner 401, the second burner 402, a barrier 80 and the operation unit 23. That is, the main fan 61 is located at a location close to the operation unit 23, the first burner 401 and the second burner 402, and thus may cool the operation unit 23, the first burner 401 and the second burner 402.

    [0069] That is, the air forcibly flows toward the operation unit 23 by driving of the main fan 61, and thus may cool a PCB 231 forming the operation unit 23. And a lower surface of the top plate 20 at which the operation unit 23 is located, in particular, the operation part 201 may also be cooled by the main fan 61. Therefore, through cooling of the PCB 231, the operation unit 23 and the operation part 201 of the top plate 20 may be cooled so that the user does not feel discomfort due to heat generated when operating the operation part 201 of the top plate 20.

    [0070] And by the driving of the main fan 61, the air outside the case 10 is introduced, and forcibly flows radially centering on the case 10, and some of the air may flow along perimeters of the first burner 401 and the second burner 402, and thus heat from the first burner 401 and the second burner 402 does not stay at the inside of the case 10, but is discharged to the outside.

    [0071] Therefore, a space of the internal space of the case 10 at which the gas burner 40 is provided may be cooled by the driving of the main fan 61, and may also protect electronic components in the case 10, i.e., the PCB 231 and sensors forming the operation unit 23.

    [0072] The sub-fan 62 serves to cool the valve unit 52 which is configured with an electronic valve such as a solenoid valve provided at one side in the case 10, and may be provided at one side of an edge of a rear half portion of the case 10. And the sub-fan 62 is provided inside a space partitioned by a side barrier 63, and by the side barrier 63, a space in which the valve unit 52 is disposed may be partitioned from the space in which the gas burner 40 is provided.

    [0073] Therefore, by driving of the sub-fan 62, the air outside the case 10 may be introduced into the space partitioned by the side barrier 63, and the valve unit 52 may be cooled separately from the space in which the gas burner 40 is disposed.

    [0074] Specifically, the side barrier 63 may be fixed to and installed at a bottom surface of the insulator case 31, and may be installed so that both ends thereof are in contact with one of both of left and right side surfaces of the case 10 and a rear surface of the case 10.

    [0075] The side barrier 63 may generally include a fan seating portion 631 providing a surface on which the sub-fan 62 is seated, and an extending portion 632 which partitions the internal space of the case 10.

    [0076] Specifically, the fan seating portion 631 is formed in an approximately triangular plate shape, and also formed to be in contact with an upper surface of a fan installing portion 11. And the sub-fan 62 may be fixed to the fan seating portion 631, and the side barrier 63 installed at the insulator case 31 may be assembled inside the case 10 together with the insulator case 31.

    [0077] And the fan seating portion 631 is formed in a right-angled triangular shape, and also formed so that one inclined end thereof is connected to the extending portion 632, and the other end is in close contact with a side surface of the case 10. Therefore, the side barrier 63 may be maintained in a stably fixed state without vibration due to an air flow.

    [0078] The extending portion 632 is formed to be vertically bent upward from the inclined end of the fan seating portion 631, and also formed to be fixed to a lower end of the insulator case 31 and to partition the internal space of the case 10.

    [0079] And the extending portion 632 extends along the inclined end of the fan seating portion 631, may further extend outward, and thus may include a first extending portion 632a which partitions the case 10, and a second extending portion 632b which is bent from an end of the first extending portion 632a and partitions a side exhaust port 315.

    [0080] The first extending portion 632a is formed to partition a space between the insulator case 31 and the case 10, and to guide the flow of the air blown by the sub-fan 62.

    [0081] And the second extending portion 632b is bent from the end of the first extending portion 632a, passes through the side exhaust port 315, and extends to be in contact with the rear end of the case 10. Accordingly, by the second extending portion 632b, the side exhaust port 315 may be divided into both of left and right sides based on the second extending portion 632b, and the cooling air flowing along the first extending portion 632a may be independently discharged through the side exhaust port 315 partitioned by the second extending portion 632b.

    [0082] A bent portion 633 which is bent outward may be further formed at an upper end of the first extending portion 632a. The bent portion 633 is in contact with a lower surface of the insulator case 31. And a fastening member such as a screw and a bolt may be fastened to the bent portion 633 and the insulator case 31, and thus the side barrier 63 may be fixed and installed.

    [0083] Each of the main fan 61 and the sub-fan 62 is installed to be in close contact with an opening formed at the bottom surface of the case 10. And since the case 10 has a structure in which a remaining portion thereof except a portion at which the main fan 61 and the sub-fan 62 are installed is sealed, the air introduced into the case 10 may be introduced only through the main fan 61 and sub-fan 62.

    [0084] Meanwhile, the internal space of the case 10 is partitioned by the barrier 80. The barrier 80 extends from a front end of the case 10 to the rear end thereof, and partitions the internal space of the case 10 into both of left and right sides. The gas burner 40 is provided in one side space partitioned by the barrier 80, and an induction burner 70 is provided in the other side space.

    [0085] The induction burner 70 is provided at one side of a space partitioned by the barrier 80. The induction burner 70 may include an induction heating part 71 which is installed at a lower side of the top plate 20 and provides an alternate magnetic field to a cooking container put on the top plate 20, and an induction case 72 which is disposed at a lower side of the induction heating part 71 to support the induction heating part 71 and in which elements for operating the induction heating part 71 are accommodated.

    [0086] An inverter module 722 which supplies AC power to the induction heating part 71, and a switching element which is disposed as one of electronic elements of the inverter module 722 at one side of the inverter module 722 and generates high temperature heat may be provided inside the induction case 72. At this point, the switching element may be formed in a coupled state to a cooling means such as a heat sink. And a control part 721 for controlling an operation of the induction burner 70 may be provided at one side of the induction case 72.

    [0087] The induction case 72 is opened in forward and backward directions, and an induction fan 64 which cools an inside of the induction case 72 is provided at an opened front of the induction case 72. Therefore, the control part 721 and the inverter module 722 in the induction case 72 may be cooled by driving of the induction fan 64. In addition, the inside of the case 10 may be cooled by discharging the air in the internal space of the case 10, in which the induction burner 70 is provided, to the outside.

    [0088] Meanwhile, the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72 which are provided at both of left and right sides of the barrier 80 may be fixed to and installed at the barrier 80. To this end, coupling portions 723, 724, 311 and 312 for coupling with the barrier 80 may be further formed at the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72, respectively. The coupling portions 723, 724, 311 and 312 may be integrally formed with the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72, and may be formed by coupling a separate member.

    [0089] Meanwhile, a plate bracket 24, an extending portion 241 included in the plate bracket 24, a top plate fixing portion 242, a bracket fixing portion 243, an operation unit fixing portion 244 and a fixing portion 245 which are not described will be described below in detail.

    [0090] FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the barrier of the combination type cooker when being seen from one direction. FIG. 6 is a perspective view of the barrier when being seen from another direction.

    [0091] As illustrated in the drawings, the barrier 80 includes a partitioning portion 81 which extends from the front end of the case 10 to the rear end thereof, a plate supporting portion 82 which is bent from an upper end of the partitioning portion 81 and supports the lower surface of the top plate 20, and burner fixing portions 83 and 84 which are bent from a lower end of the partitioning portion 81, coupled to the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72 and fix the gas burner 40 and the induction burner 70.

    [0092] The partitioning portion 81 may be formed to be bent several times and to allow a smooth air flow without interference with the gas burner 40 and the induction burner 70, and both of extending ends are in contact with a front surface and a rear surface of the case 10, respectively.

    [0093] And the plate supporting portion 82 is formed to have a predetermined area, and may be formed to be bent outward from the upper end of the partitioning portion 81. Therefore, the plate supporting portion 82 may be bonded or attached to the lower surface of the top plate 20, and thus may be fixed thereto. Accordingly, the barrier 80 may be fixed to and installed at the top plate 20.

    [0094] And the burner fixing portions 83 and 84 are formed to be bent outward from the lower end of the partitioning portion 81, and also formed to extend in a predetermined length. And screw holes 831 and 841 in which the fastening member is fastened may be formed at the burner fixing portions 83 and 84. Therefore, the coupling portions 311, 312, 723 and 724 formed at the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72 are formed to be fixed to the burner fixing portions 83 and 84 by the fastening member S, respectively. For example, the coupling portions 311, 312, 723 and 724 of the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72 may be fixed to the burner fixing portions 83 and 84 by the fastening member S such as the screw.

    [0095] The numbers and locations of the coupling portions 311, 312, 723 and 724 and the burner fixing portions 83 and 84 are not limited to the described embodiment, and if necessary, a plurality of burner fixing portions 83 and 84 may be formed at any locations of the barrier 80, and the coupling portions 311, 312, 723 and 724 may be formed at locations corresponding to the burner fixing portions 83 and 84, respectively.

    [0096] Meanwhile, side surfaces of the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72 close to the barrier 80 may be fixed by the barrier 80, and outer ends opposite thereto may be fixed by the plate bracket 24 provided at the top plate 20.

    [0097] FIG. 7 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which the plate bracket is installed at the top plate. And FIG. 8 is an exploded perspective view illustrating a coupling structure between the top plate and the plate bracket of the combination type cooker.

    [0098] As illustrated in the drawings, the top plate 20 is seated on the top frame 22, and forms a surface on which food is seated, and the grille vent 21 is provided at a rear of the top plate 20. And the plate bracket 24 may be provided at the top plate 20. The plate bracket 24 is provided at the lower surface of the top plate 20, and one pair of plate brackets 24 may be provided at both of left and right sides facing each other. And when the top frame 22 on which the top plate 20 is seated is seated on the case 10, the plate bracket 24 is located inside the case 10.

    [0099] Specifically, the plate bracket 24 may include the extending portion 241 which extends along the lower surface of the top plate 20, the top plate fixing portion 242 which is formed at an upper end of the extending portion 241 to be fixed to the top plate 20, and the operation unit fixing portion 244 which is bent inward from a front end of the extending portion 241 to fix both ends of the operation unit 23 provided inside the case 10.

    [0100] The extending portion 241 extends along each of both side ends of the top plate 20 in forward and backward directions, and the top plate fixing portion 242 is formed to extend inward from a rear end of the extending portion 241. The top plate fixing portion 242 is formed to have a predetermined area, and provides a stable coupling force to the top plate 20. That is, an upper end of the plate bracket 24 including the top plate fixing portion 242 may be bonded or attached to the lower surface of the top plate 20, and thus may be fixed thereto.

    [0101] And the bracket fixing portion 243 which is bent downward is formed at the top plate fixing portion 242. Each of both of the bracket fixing portions 243 and 246 is formed to extend to one side of each of the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72, and may be fixed by the fastening member such as the screw passing through and fastened to the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72. Therefore, the insulator case 31 and the induction case 72 have a structure which is fixed to the plate bracket 24.

    [0102] Due to such a structure, both ends of the gas burner 40 and the induction burner 70 may be fixed to the barrier 80 and the plate bracket 24, respectively. And since the barrier 80 and the plate bracket 24 are attached to the top plate 20, the gas burner 40 and the induction burner 70 may be attached to the top plate 20 in a module type.

    [0103] Meanwhile, the operation unit fixing portion 244 may be extend inward from an end of the extending portion 241, and may be fixed to each of both of side surfaces of the operation unit 23. Accordingly, the operation unit 23 may also be coupled to the top plate 20 in a module state. The fixing portion 245 which extends perpendicularly to the operation unit fixing portion 244 and is in contact with the operation unit 23 to further stably fix the operation unit 23 may be further formed at an end of the operation unit fixing portion 244.

    [0104] Hereinafter, an operation of the combination type cooker having such a structure will be described.

    [0105] FIG. 9 is a view illustrating a flowing state of the cooling air when the gas burner of the combination type cooker is operated.

    [0106] As illustrated in the drawing, when a user operates the operation unit 23, and inputs an operation of the gas burner 40, opening and closing of the valve unit 52 is determined according to an operating signal, and thus the gas may be supplied to the desired gas burner 40.

    [0107] When the gas is mixed with the air, and then the mixed gas is supplied to the gas burner 40, the mixed gas is ignited by the spark plug 32, and the combustion occurs at the red-heat plate 42, and thus the red-heat plate 42 may be heated. By heating of the red-heat plate 42, a radiant wave may be emitted from the red-heat plate 42 to an outside, and thus may heat food or a container including the food which is seated on the top plate 20.

    [0108] The user may control heating power of the gas burner 40 through an operation of the operation part 201, and may also visually check an ignition state of the gas burner 40 and a heating state through the top plate 20 because visible rays are included in the radiant wave.

    [0109] Meanwhile, the main fan 61 and the sub-fan 62 are driven along with the ignition of the gas burner 40. By the driving of the main fan 61, the air in the case 10 may be suctioned toward the main fan 61. The suctioned air is discharged radially centering on the main fan 61.

    [0110] Some of the air blown through the main fan 61 flows toward the PCB 231 of the operation unit 23, and thus the PCB 231 is continuously cooled to be normally operated, and also a front half portion of the top plate 20, particularly, the operation part 201 may be cooled.

    [0111] And some of the air blown through the main fan 61 may pass between the first burner 401 and the second burner 402, may flow to a rear side, and then may be discharged through the grille vent 21.

    [0112] As described above, by rotation of the main fan 61, the air in the case 10 does not stay, but continuously cools the front half portion of the top plate 20 at which the operation unit 23 is located, and the air close to the first burner 401 and the second burner 402 is discharged, and thus an internal temperature of the case 10 is prevented from being increased to a preset temperature or more.

    [0113] Meanwhile, when the sub-fan 62 is driven, the air outside the case 10 may be introduced into the case 10, and thus may independently cool the internal space of the case 10 partitioned by the side barrier 63. That is, due to the driving of the sub-fan 62, the valve unit 52 may be cooled independently.

    [0114] And the heat generated upon the combustion of the gas burner 40 may be effectively cooled by the main fan 61, and then may be discharged through the grille vent 21. Also, the heat may be prevented from being introduced toward the induction burner 70 partitioned by the barrier 80.

    [0115] FIG. 10 is a view illustrating the flowing state of the cooling air when an induction burner of the combination type cooker is operated.

    [0116] As illustrated in the drawing, when the user operates the operation unit 23, and inputs an operation of the induction burner 70, the control part 721 and the inverter module 722 are driven according to an operating signal, and the alternate magnetic field is formed at the induction heating part 71, and thus the container including the food which is seated on the top plate 20 may be induction-heated.

    [0117] Meanwhile, at the same time when the induction burner 70 is operated, the induction fan 64 is operated, and the induction fan 64 blows the cooling air from a front of the induction case 72 toward a rear thereof.

    [0118] At this point, the air blown toward the rear effectively cools the inverter module 722 generating heat, while passing through the induction case 72, and also cools other elements including the control part 721. In addition, some of the air blown by the induction fan 64 discharges the air in the internal space of the case 10, in which the induction burner 70 is accommodated, to the outside through the grille vent 21.

    [0119] As described above, when the gas burner 40 and the induction burner 70 which are provided at both of the spaces partitioned by the barrier 80 are operated, cooling structures may be formed independently, and the cooling air in each of the spaces may not be introduced into the adjacent space by the barrier 80, but may be discharged, and thus the stable operation of the induction burner 70 may be ensured.

    [0120] Meanwhile, the combination type cooker according to the embodiment of the present invention may not be installed at the furniture such as the sink in a built-in method, but may be independently installed at a separate case.

    [0121] FIG. 11 is a perspective view of a combination type cooker according to another embodiment of the present invention.

    [0122] As illustrated in the drawing, a combination type cooker 1 according to another embodiment of the present invention includes the same top plate 20 and case 10 as those in the previous embodiment, and an internal structure of the case 10 may also be the same.

    [0123] However, the combination type cooker 1 according to another embodiment of the present invention may be formed to be seated on an outer case 10' which forms an exterior while the top plate 20 and the case 10 are assembled.

    [0124] Of course, if necessary, instead of the configuration of the case 10, the top plate 20 may be directly installed at the outer case 10', and all of the elements including the burner unit 30 which are disposed in the case 10 may be installed inside the outer case 10'.

    [0125] Although embodiments have been described with reference to a number of illustrative embodiments thereof, it should be understood that numerous other modifications and embodiments can be devised by those skilled in the art that will fall within the scope of the principles of this disclosure. More particularly, various variations and modifications are possible in the component parts and/or arrangements of the subject combination arrangement within the scope of the disclosure, the drawings and the appended claims. In addition to variations and modifications in the component parts and/or arrangements, alternative uses will also be apparent to those skilled in the art.

    Industrial Applicability



    [0126] According to embodiments, use convenience is improved, thereby achieving high industrial applicability.


    Claims

    1. A combination type cooker comprising:

    a top plate (20) having a surface on which food is seated;

    a case (10) configured to form a space shielded by the top plate (20);

    a gas burner (40) provided inside the case (10), and in which a red-heat plate (42) is heated by combustion of a fuel gas;

    an induction burner (70) provided inside the case (10), and configured to heat a cooking container in an induction heating method;

    an induction case (72) in which the induction burner is seated; and

    a barrier (80) provided between the gas burner (40) and the induction burner (70), and configured to partition an inside of the case (10) into a space in which the gas burner (40) is provided and a space in which the induction burner (70) is provided;

    wherein the barrier (80) comprises,

    a partitioning portion (81) which extends from a front end of the case (10) to a rear end thereof; and

    a plate supporting portion (82) which is bent from one end of the partitioning portion (81), and supports a lower surface of the top plate (20);

    characterized in that:

    the cooker further comprises an insulator case (31) in which the gas burner (40) is accommodated; and

    the barrier (80) further comprises a burner fixing portion (83) which is bent from the other end of the partitioning portion (81), coupled to the insulator case (31) and the induction case (72), and fixes the gas burner (40) and the induction burner (70).


     
    2. The cooker according to claim 1, wherein the partitioning portion (81) is formed to be bent several times and thus to pass the gas burner (40) and the induction burner (70).
     
    3. The cooker according to claim 1, wherein coupling portions (311,312,723,724) which connect the insulator case (31) and the induction case (72) with the burner fixing portion (83) are provided at the insulator case (31) and the induction case (72).
     
    4. The cooker according to claim 1, wherein one pair of plate brackets (24) are installed at both of left and right sides of a lower surface of the top plate (20), and the pair of plate brackets (24) fix each of the insulator case (31) and the induction case (72).
     
    5. The cooker according to claim 4, wherein the plate bracket (24) comprises
    an extending portion (241) which extends along the lower surface of the top plate (20);
    a top plate fixing portion (242) which is formed at an upper end of the extending portion (241), and fixed to the top plate (20); and
    an operation unit fixing portion (244) which is bent inward from a front end of the extending portion (241), and fixes both ends of an operation unit (23) provided inside the case (10), and a bracket fixing portion (243) which extends downward, and fixes outer ends of the insulator case (31) and the induction case (72) is formed at the top plate fixing portion (242).
     
    6. The cooker according to claim 5, wherein the operation unit (23) is in contact with the lower surface of the top plate (20), and recognizes a user's touching operation.
     
    7. The cooker according to claim 1, wherein a main fan (61) which suctions air outside the case (10), and cools a gas burner accommodating space partitioned by the barrier (80) is provided at a space formed among the operation unit (23), the gas burner (40) and the barrier (80).
     
    8. The cooker according to claim 7, wherein an induction fan (64) which suctions the air outside the case (10), and cools an induction burner (70) accommodating space partitioned by the barrier (80) is provided at a space in which the induction burner (70) is provided.
     
    9. The cooker according to claim 8, wherein a plurality of switching elements are provided inside the induction case (72), and the induction fan (64) is located at opened one side of the induction case (72), and enables cooling air to pass through the induction case (72).
     
    10. The cooker according to claim 9, wherein the induction case (72) is provided between the induction fan (64) and a grille vent (21) formed at a rear of the top plate (20).
     
    11. The cooker according to claim 9, wherein an electronic valve unit (52) which is operated by an operation of the operation unit (23), and controls gas supply to the gas burner (40) is provided inside the case (10).
     
    12. The cooker according to claim 11, wherein a side barrier (63) which connects a rear surface of the case (10) with one side surface, and partitions an inside of the case (10) is provided at the case (10), and the electronic valve unit (52) is accommodated in an independent space partitioned by the barrier (80) and separated from the gas burner (40).
     
    13. The cooker according to claim 12, wherein a sub-fan (62) which suctions air outside the case (10), and cools the electronic valve unit (52) is further provided at a space in which the electronic valve unit (52) is accommodated.
     
    14. The cooker according to claim 1, wherein the barrier (80) is formed to cross an exhaust portion (21) through which air in the case is discharged.
     
    15. The cooker according to claim 1, wherein a plurality of burners (40) are accommodated in the insulator case (31).
     


    Ansprüche

    1. Kombinationsherd, der aufweist:

    eine obere Platte (20) mit einer Oberfläche, auf die Lebensmittel platziert werden;

    ein Gehäuse (10), das aufgebaut ist, um einen von der oberen Platte (20) abgeschirmten Raum zu bilden;

    einen Gasherd (40), der im Inneren des Gehäuses (10) bereitgestellt ist und in dem durch die Verbrennung eines Brenngases eine Glühheizplatte (42) erhitzt wird,

    einen Induktionsherd (70), der im Inneren des Gehäuses bereitgestellt ist und aufgebaut ist, um einen Kochbehälter mit einem Induktionsheizverfahren zu erhitzen;

    ein Induktionsgehäuse (72), in dem der Induktionsherd sitzt; und

    eine Trennwand (80), die zwischen dem Gasherd (40) und dem Induktionsherd (70) bereitgestellt ist und aufgebaut ist, um ein Inneres des Gehäuses (10) in einen Raum, in dem der Gasherd (40) bereitgestellt ist, und einen Raum, in dem der Induktionsherd (70) bereitgestellt ist, zu unterteilen;

    wobei die Trennwand (80) aufweist:

    einen Unterteilungsabschnitt (81), der sich von einem Vorderende des Gehäuses (10) zu seinem hinteren Ende erstreckt; und

    einen Plattenhalteabschnitt (82), der von einem Ende des Unterteilungsabschnitts (81) gekrümmt ist und eine untere Oberfläche der oberen Platte (20) hält;

    dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass:

    der Herd ferner ein Isolationsgehäuse (31) aufweist, in dem der Gasherd (40) aufgenommen ist; und

    die Trennwand (80) ferner einen Herdbefestigungsabschnitt (83) aufweist, der von dem anderen Ende des Unterteilungsabschnitts (81) der mit dem Isolationsgehäuse (31) und dem Induktionsgehäuse (72) gekoppelt ist, gekrümmt ist, und den Gasherd (40) und den Induktionsherd (70) befestigt.


     
    2. Herd nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Unterteilungsabschnitt (81) derart ausgebildet ist, dass er mehrere Male gekrümmt ist und somit durch den Gasherd (40) und den Induktionsherd (70) geht.
     
    3. Herd nach Anspruch 1, wobei die Kopplungsabschnitte (311, 312, 723, 724), welche das Isolationsgehäuse (31) und das Induktionsgehäuse (72) mit dem Herdbefestigungsabschnitt (83) verbinden, an dem Isolationsgehäuse (31) und dem Induktionsgehäuse (72) bereitgestellt sind.
     
    4. Herd nach Anspruch 1, wobei ein Paar von Plattenhalterungen (24) sowohl an linken als auch rechten Seiten einer unteren Oberfläche der oberen Platte (20) installiert ist und das Paar von Plattenhalterungen (24) jeweils das Isolationsgehäuse (31) und das Induktionsgehäuse (72) befestigt.
     
    5. Herd nach Anspruch 4, wobei die Plattenhalterung (24) aufweist:

    einen Erweiterungsabschnitt (241), der sich entlang der unteren Oberfläche der oberen Platte (20) erstreckt;

    einen oberen Plattenbefestigungsabschnitt (242), der an einem oberen Ende des Erweiterungsabschnitts (241) ausgebildet ist und an der oberen Platte (20) befestigt ist; und

    einen Bedieneinheitbefestigungsabschnitt (244), der von einem vorderen Ende des Erweiterungsabschnitts (241) nach innen gekrümmt ist und beide Enden einer Bedieneinheit (23), die im Inneren des Gehäuses (10) bereitgestellt ist, befestigt, und einen Halterungsbefestigungsabschnitt (243), der sich nach unten erstreckt und äußere Enden des Isolationsgehäuses (31) befestigt, und wobei das Induktionsgehäuse (72) an dem oberen Plattenbefestigungsabschnitt (242) ausgebildet ist.


     
    6. Herd nach Anspruch 5, wobei die Bedieneinheit (23) in Kontakt mit der unteren Oberfläche der oberen Platte (20) ist und die Berührungsbedienung eines Benutzers erkennt.
     
    7. Herd nach Anspruch 1, wobei ein Hauptventilator (61), der Luft außerhalb des Gehäuses (10) ansaugt und einen von der Trennwand (80) unterteilten Gasherdaufnahmeraum kühlt, in einem Raum bereitgestellt ist, der zwischen der Bedieneinheit (23), dem Gasherd (40) und der Trennwand (80) ausgebildet ist.
     
    8. Herd nach Anspruch 7, wobei ein Induktions-Ventilator (64), der die Luft außerhalb des Gehäuses (10) ansaugt und einen von der Trennwand (80) unterteilten Aufnahmeraum des Induktionsherds (70) kühlt, in einem Raum bereitgestellt ist, in dem der Induktionsherd (70) bereitgestellt ist.
     
    9. Herd nach Anspruch 8, wobei mehrere Schaltelemente im Inneren des Induktionsgehäuses (72) bereitgestellt sind und der Induktions-Ventilator (64) an einer geöffneten Seite des Induktionsgehäuses (72) angeordnet ist und ermöglicht, dass Kühlluft durch das Induktionsgehäuse (72) geht.
     
    10. Herd nach Anspruch 9, wobei das Induktionsgehäuse (72) zwischen dem Induktions-Ventilator (64) und einem Lüftungsgitter (21), das auf einer Rückseite der oberen Platte (20) ausgebildet ist, bereitgestellt ist.
     
    11. Herd nach Anspruch 9, wobei eine elektronische Ventileinheit (52), die durch eine Bedienung der Bedieneinheit (23) bedient wird und die Gaszufuhr an den Gasherd (40) steuert, im Inneren des Gehäuses (10) bereitgestellt ist.
     
    12. Herd nach Anspruch 11, wobei eine Seitentrennwand (63), die eine hintere Oberfläche des Gehäuses (10) mit einer Seitenoberfläche verbindet und ein Inneres des Gehäuses (10) unterteilt, an dem Gehäuse (10) bereitgestellt ist, und wobei die elektronische Ventileinheit (52) in einem unabhängigen Raum aufgenommen ist, der durch die Trennwand (80) unterteilt wird und von dem Gasherd (40) getrennt ist.
     
    13. Herd nach Anspruch 12, wobei ferner ein Nebenventilator (62), der Luft außerhalb des Gehäuses (10) ansaugt und die elektronische Ventileinheit (52) kühlt, in einem Raum bereitgestellt ist, in dem die elektronische Ventileinheit (52) aufgenommen ist.
     
    14. Herd nach Anspruch 1, wobei die Trennwand (80) derart ausgebildet ist, dass sie einen Abluftabschnitt (21), durch den Luft in dem Gehäuse abgegeben wird, kreuzt.
     
    15. Herd nach Anspruch 1, wobei mehrere Herde (40) in dem Isolationsgehäuse (31) aufgenommen sind.
     


    Revendications

    1. Table de cuisson du type à combinaison comprenant :

    une plaque du dessus (20) ayant une surface sur laquelle des aliments sont placés ;

    un boîtier (10) configuré pour former un espace protégé par la plaque du dessus (20) ;

    un brûleur à gaz (40) prévu à l'intérieur du boîtier (10), et dans lequel une plaque chauffante rouge (42) est chauffée par une combustion d'un gaz combustible ;

    un brûleur à induction (70) prévu à l'intérieur du boîtier (10), et configuré pour chauffer un récipient de cuisson dans un procédé de chauffage par induction ;

    un boîtier d'induction (72) dans lequel le brûleur à induction est placé ; et

    une barrière (80) prévue entre le brûleur à gaz (40) et le brûleur à induction (70), et

    configurée pour diviser un intérieur du boîtier (10) en un espace dans lequel le brûleur à gaz (40) est prévu et un espace dans lequel le brûleur à induction (70) est prévu ;

    dans laquelle la barrière (80) comprend :

    une portion de division (81) qui s'étend à partir d'une extrémité avant du boîtier (10) jusqu'à une extrémité arrière de celui-ci ; et

    une portion de support de plaque (82) qui est courbée à partir d'une extrémité de la portion de division (81), et supporte une surface inférieure de la plaque du dessus (20) ;

    caractérisée en ce que :

    la table de cuisson comprend en outre un boîtier isolant (31) dans lequel le brûleur à gaz (40) est reçu ; et

    la barrière (80) comprend en outre une portion de fixation de brûleur (83) qui est courbée à partir de l'autre extrémité de la portion de division (81), accouplée au boîtier isolant (31) et au boîtier d'induction (72), et fixe le brûleur à gaz (40) et le brûleur à induction (70).


     
    2. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 1, dans laquelle la portion de division (81) est formée pour être courbée plusieurs fois et par conséquent pour dépasser le brûleur à gaz (40) et le brûleur à induction (70).
     
    3. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 1, dans laquelle des portions d'accouplement (311, 312, 723, 724) qui relient le boîtier isolant (31) et le boîtier d'induction (72) à la portion de fixation de brûleur (83) sont prévues au niveau du boîtier isolant (31) et du boîtier d'induction (72).
     
    4. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 1, dans laquelle une paire d'attaches de plaque (24) sont installées au niveau des deux côtés gauche et droit d'une surface inférieure de la plaque du dessus (20), et la paire d'attaches de plaque (24) fixent chacun du boîtier isolant (31) et du boîtier d'induction (72).
     
    5. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 4, dans laquelle l'attache de plaque (24) comprend
    une portion d'extension (241) qui s'étend le long de la surface inférieure de la plaque du dessus (20) ;
    une portion de fixation de plaque du dessus (242) qui est formée au niveau d'une extrémité supérieure de la portion d'extension (241), et fixée à la plaque du dessus (20) ; et
    une portion de fixation d'unité d'actionnement (244) qui est courbée vers l'intérieur à partir d'une extrémité avant de la portion d'extension (241), et fixe les deux extrémités d'une unité d'actionnement (23) prévue à l'intérieur du boîtier (10), et une portion de fixation d'attache (243) qui s'étend vers le bas, et fixe des extrémités extérieures du boîtier isolant (31) et du boîtier d'induction (72) est formée au niveau de la portion de fixation de plaque du dessus (242).
     
    6. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 5, dans laquelle l'unité d'actionnement (23) est en contact avec la surface inférieure de la plaque du dessus (20), et reconnaît un actionnement tactile d'un utilisateur.
     
    7. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 1, dans laquelle un ventilateur principal (61) qui aspire de l'air à l'extérieur du boîtier (10), et refroidit un espace de réception de brûleur à gaz divisé par la barrière (80) est prévu au niveau d'un espace formé parmi l'unité d'actionnement (23), le brûleur à gaz (40) et la barrière (80).
     
    8. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 7, dans laquelle un ventilateur d'induction (64) qui aspire de l'air à l'extérieur du boîtier (10), et refroidit un espace de réception de brûleur à induction (70) divisé par la barrière (80) est prévu au niveau d'un espace dans lequel le brûleur à induction (70) est prévu.
     
    9. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 8, dans laquelle une pluralité d'éléments de commutation sont prévus à l'intérieur du boîtier d'induction (72), et le ventilateur d'induction (64) est situé au niveau d'un côté ouvert du boîtier d'induction (72), et permet à de l'air de refroidissement de passer à travers le boîtier d'induction (72).
     
    10. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 9, dans laquelle le boîtier d'induction (72) est prévu entre le ventilateur d'induction (64) et un évent de grille (21) formé au niveau d'un arrière de la plaque du dessus (20).
     
    11. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 9, dans laquelle une unité de valve électronique (52) qui est actionnée par un actionnement de l'unité d'actionnement (23), et commande une alimentation en gaz du brûleur à gaz (40) est prévue à l'intérieur du boîtier (10).
     
    12. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 11, dans laquelle une barrière latérale (63) qui relie une surface arrière du boîtier (10) à une surface latérale, et divise un intérieur du boîtier (10) est prévue au niveau du boîtier (10), et l'unité de valve électronique (52) est reçue dans un espace indépendant divisé par la barrière (80) et séparé du brûleur à gaz (40).
     
    13. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 12, dans laquelle un ventilateur secondaire (62) qui aspire de l'air à l'extérieur du boîtier (10), et refroidit l'unité de valve électronique (52) est en outre prévu au niveau d'un espace dans lequel l'unité de valve électronique (52) est reçue.
     
    14. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 1, dans laquelle la barrière (80) est formée pour croiser une portion d'échappement (21) à travers laquelle de l'air dans le boîtier est évacué.
     
    15. Table de cuisson selon la revendication 1, dans laquelle une pluralité de brûleurs (40) sont reçus dans le boîtier isolant (31).
     




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