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(11)EP 3 408 459 B1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT SPECIFICATION

(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
06.05.2020 Bulletin 2020/19

(21)Application number: 17709476.0

(22)Date of filing:  23.01.2017
(51)Int. Cl.: 
E03D 1/20  (2006.01)
(86)International application number:
PCT/IB2017/050342
(87)International publication number:
WO 2017/130095 (03.08.2017 Gazette  2017/31)

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TOILET FLUSH

TOILETTENSPÜLUNG

CHASSE D'EAU


(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: 25.01.2016 IT UB20160762

(43)Date of publication of application:
05.12.2018 Bulletin 2018/49

(73)Proprietor: Gamberini, Giovanni
53018 Sovicille (SI) (IT)

(72)Inventor:
  • Gamberini, Giovanni
    53018 Sovicille (SI) (IT)


(56)References cited: : 
WO-A1-2008/017114
FR-A1- 2 936 000
US-A- 1 230 053
WO-A1-2015/159214
US-A- 577 021
US-B2- 8 522 371
  
      
    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

    Background of the Invention



    [0001] The invention relates to a toilet flush according to the preamble of claim 1.

    [0002] Specifically, though not exclusively, the invention can be used to discharge the flushing water contained in a tank to drag away the materials deposited in a sanitary bowl or a urinal.

    [0003] In particular, reference is made to a toilet flush according to the preamble of the first claim. Such toilet flush is shown by the patent publication US 8,522,371 B2; this document is selected as representing the closest prior art.

    [0004] The patent publication WO 2008/017114 A1 shows a flushing system with two containers each of which is pivotally mounted on a common axis of rotation.

    [0005] The patent publication US 577,021 A shows a triangular shaped container rotatably mounted inside a tank and connected to a chain by which it can be rotated.

    [0006] The patent publication FR 2 936 000 A1 shows a washing device for a toilet bowl in which a rotatable container is emptied by rotating it by means of a knob disposed frontally.

    [0007] The patent publication WO 99/20851 shows a flushing system with two tanks each of which is movable between a filling position and a discharge position.

    [0008] The patent publication US 2012/0061406 A1 shows a flushing system comprising a tank, a rotating bucket inside the tank and means for changing the position of the bucket so as to change its direction or allow its replacement with a another bucket type.

    [0009] The patent publication US 8,201,282 B2 shows a mechanism with a rotatable reservoir for flushing urinals.

    [0010] The patent publication US 5,666,674 shows a swivel bucket on a support mounted on the upper portion of a toilet flush.

    [0011] The patent publication US 2,349,015 shows a mechanism for controlling the rotation of a tiltable tank of a toilet flush.

    Summary of the Invention



    [0012] One object of the invention is to provide a toilet flush usable for flushing a water closet.

    [0013] One advantage is to allow a convenient maneuver, easy and functional to perform the discharge of the flushing liquid.

    [0014] One advantage is to provide a toilet flush that is simple and practical to use and of rapid and immediate installation.

    [0015] One advantage is to make available a flushing system that can be easily adapted to mount on already existing plants.

    [0016] One advantage is to avoid leakage of water to which existing toilet flushes are normally subjected.

    [0017] One advantage is to give rise to a toilet flush able to operate effectively despite having relatively compact size.

    [0018] One advantage is to avoid that rotatable coupling surfaces are wet by flushing water.

    [0019] One advantage is to provide a flushing system for sanitary vessels that is constructionally simple and economical.

    [0020] These objects and advantages, and others, are achieved by the toilet flush according to one or more of the claims indicated below.

    [0021] In one example, a toilet flush for sanitary bowls comprises a tank and a reservoir that is at least in part contained in the tank and is rotatable with the possibility to assume at least one filling position, in which it is filled with flushing liquid, and at least one discharge position, in which at least a part of the flushing liquid is poured into the tank and then discharged through a bottom outlet; the toilet flush includes support means that removably rests on the tank and that is arranged to cover at least partly the tank, in which said support means comprises inferiorly, on two opposite sides, two supporting portions that rotatably support two reservoir portions arranged on two opposite sides of the reservoir.

    Brief Description of the Drawings



    [0022] The invention will be better understood and implemented with reference to the attached drawings which illustrate some non-limiting examples of implementation.

    Figure 1 is a diagram, in vertical elevation, of a first embodiment of a toilet flush in accordance with the present invention, with the reservoir of the flushing liquid placed in a filling position.

    Figure 2 is the diagram of Figure 1 viewed from the left.

    Figure 3 is the diagram of Figure 1 with the reservoir of the flushing liquid placed in a discharge position.

    Figure 4 is the diagram of Figure 3 viewed from the left.

    Figure 5 shows, in exploded view, three components of the toilet flush of Figure 1 in a front view.

    Figure 6 shows the three components of Figure 5 in a side view.

    Figure 7 is a diagram, in vertical elevation, of a second embodiment of a toilet flush in accordance with the present invention, with the reservoir of the flushing liquid placed in a filling position.


    Detailed Description



    [0023] With 1 a toilet flush for sanitary bowls has been indicated as a whole. The toilet flush 1 may comprise, in particular, a (fixed) tank 2 which in turn may comprise at least one upper opening 3.

    [0024] The tank 2 may comprise at least one lower outlet 4 for discharging (by gravity) a flushing liquid (water). The discharge outlet 4 is connected (in known manner) with the sanitary bowl (known and not illustrated).

    [0025] The toilet flush 1 may comprise, in particular, a (movable) reservoir 5 arranged at least partly inside the tank 2. The reservoir 5 may have, in particular, the ability to perform at least one rotation between at least one filling position (for example as in figure 1), in which the reservoir 5 can be filled with flushing liquid, and at least one discharge position (for example as in figure 3), in which at least a part of the flushing liquid can be poured out of the reservoir 5 and discharged through the outlet 4.

    [0026] The toilet flush 1 may comprise, in particular, a feeding device 6 of the flushing liquid to fill the reservoir 5 placed in a filling position. The feeding device 6 may include, as in this case, a float valve (of known type). With W a level of the flushing liquid (water) contained in the reservoir 5 has been indicated.

    [0027] The toilet flush 1 may comprise, in particular, support means 7 arranged at least partially above the tank 2.

    [0028] The support means 7 may be supported in a removable manner on the tank 2. In the specific case the support means 7 comprises a cover removably supported on an upper edge of the opening 3 of the tank 2. The support means 7 may include a side passage through which a portion of the feeding device 6 can pass.

    [0029] The feeding device 6 may be supported, at least in part, by the tank 2. It is however possible that the feeding device 6 is supported, at least in part, by the support means 7.

    [0030] The support means 7 may comprise, in particular, two support portions 8 arranged on two opposite sides of the support means 7.

    [0031] The reservoir 5 may comprise two reservoir portions 9 arranged on two opposite sides of the reservoir 5. The two reservoir portions 9 may be rotatably supported by the two support portions 8.

    [0032] The two support portions 8 may comprise, as in the examples illustrated here, two seats for pin. The two reservoir portions 9 may comprise, as in these examples, two rotation pins rotatably accommodated in the two seats for pin.

    [0033] The support means 7 may comprise, as in these examples, at least one cover portion 10 that mates at least in part with an edge of the upper opening 3 of the tank 2. The two support portions 8 may protrude (downwardly) from the cover portion 10.

    [0034] The cover portion 10 may be shaped to close at least partially the upper opening 3 of the tank 2.

    [0035] The two support portions 8 may be housed, as in this example, within two seats 11 formed in the tank 2.

    [0036] The two seats 11 may be formed in two opposed walls, one front and one rear, of the tank 2. The two support portions 8 may be insertable and extractable from the said two seats 11 by means of (vertical) movements of insertion downwards and extraction upwards.

    [0037] Each of the two support portions 8 may have a rounded shape, for example semicircular. Each of the two seats 11 may have a rounded shape, for example semicircular, conjugated with the rounded shape of the two support portions 8.

    [0038] The toilet flush 1 may comprise, in particular, a handle 12 arranged on the reservoir 5 for maneuvering its rotation. The handle 12 may be placed, for example, at a higher level with respect to the tank 2.

    [0039] The handle 12 may be laterally projecting from a wall of the reservoir 5. This wall of the reservoir may be arranged facing internally to a wall of the support means 7.

    [0040] The handle 12 may pass, in particular, through a through opening 13 formed on said wall of the support means 7 to allow a user the access to the handle 12. This opening 13 in the support means may have, as in this example, an arcuate shape to allow a movement of the handle 12 inside the opening 13 when the reservoir 5 is rotated between the filling and discharge positions. The opening 13 may perform the function of guiding the handle 12. The opening 13 may have, as in this case, two ends which define two limit stops of the handle 12, so as to stop the rotation of the reservoir 5 in one direction (up to the discharge position) and in the opposite direction (up to the filling position). The filling position is a stable position that the reservoir 5 may assume in normal conditions without user's actions and to which it tends to return spontaneously by gravity at the end of the discharge.

    [0041] In the example of Figure 1, the opening 13, within which the handle 12 slides, has an arched shape with an angular amplitude less than the opening 13 of the example of Figure 7. In Figure 1, the opening 13 is shaped in such a manner that the handle 12 performs a rise motion in the discharge phase of reservoir 5 and a descending motion in the phase of return of the emptied tank. In Figure 7, the opening 13 is shaped in such a manner that the handle 12 performs a motion first upward and then downward both during the discharge phase of the reservoir 5 and during the return phase.

    [0042] The handle 12 may be arranged, for example, to a higher level with respect to the two reservoir portions 9 and/or to the two support portions 8, in particular in all the positions that the reservoir 5 assumes when it rotates between said filling and discharge positions.

    [0043] The handle 12 may be arranged in a manner to be raised, that is, to increase its elevation, when the reservoir 5 is emptied, i.e. when the reservoir 5 is rotated in the direction that goes from the filling position to the discharge position. This is done for the entire stroke of the handle 12 in the example of Figure 1, for a part of the stroke in the example of Figure 7.

    [0044] The handle 12 is conformed and arranged in such a way as to allow a progressive and easily adjustable rotation of the reservoir 5. In particular, the handle 12 allows a gradual and continuous rotation, substantially free of jerky or sudden accelerations and without excessive effort. The tank 5 can then be easily emptied in a gradual manner without losing control at any position of the reservoir 5 during its rotation. Essentially, thanks to the use of the handle 12 for rotation, it is possible to dose with total progression and control the desired amount of water to be discharged.

    [0045] The reservoir 5 may comprise, as in these examples, a bottom portion 14 of semi-cylindrical shape. The tank 2 may comprise, as in these examples, a bottom portion 15 of semi-cylindrical shape. The bottom portion 14 of the reservoir 5 may be coaxial with the bottom portion 15 of the tank 2. The two bottom portions 14 and 15 may be arranged at a short mutual distance, for example a distance of less than 1 cm or less than 2 cm.

    [0046] The toilet flush 1 may be easily adapted to an already existing device, for example using a tank 2 already installed (external tank or built-in tank) and connected to a sanitary bowl. In this case it is possible to apply the support means 7 (cover) to the tank 2, for example by resting the support means 7 onto the upper edge of the opening 3 of the tank 2, with the reservoir 5 coupled and rotatably supported by the support means 7.

    [0047] The axis of rotation of the reservoir 5 may be, as in these examples, transverse (orthogonal or almost orthogonal) to the front wall of the tank 2, i.e. the wall facing towards the user. The two support portions 8 may be coupled, as in these examples, one to the front wall (fore) of the tank 2, the other to the rear wall (back) of the same tank, opposite to the front wall. The handle 12 may be placed in correspondence of the front wall of the tank 2.

    [0048] The elements of the toilet flush (in particular the tank 2 and/or the reservoir 5 and/or the feeding device 6 with float valve) are shaped and arranged in such a way that the rotating coupling surfaces (the support portions 8 and the reservoir portions 9) are always dry, in any configuration, i.e. they are not wet by flushing water, both the water contained in the reservoir 5 in the static phase, both the water poured out of the reservoir 5 in the discharge phase.


    Claims

    1. Toilet flush (1) comprising:

    - a tank (2) comprising at least one upper opening (3) and one lower outlet (4) for the discharge of a flushing liquid;

    - a reservoir (5) arranged at least partly inside said tank (2) with the possibility to perform at least one rotation between at least one filling position, in which the reservoir (5) can be filled with flushing liquid, and at least one discharge position, in which at least a part of the flushing liquid can be poured out of the reservoir (5) and discharged through said outlet (4);

    - support means (7) arranged on said tank (2) in a removable manner, said support means (7) comprising two support portions (8) arranged on two opposite sides of the support means, said reservoir (5) comprising two reservoir portions (9) arranged on two opposite sides of the reservoir, said two reservoir portions (9) being rotatably coupled to said two support portions (8);

    characterized in that said support means (7) is arranged at least in part above said opening (3).
     
    2. Toilet flush according to claim 1, wherein said support means (7) rests on an edge of said opening (3) and comprises at least one cover portion (10) which closes at least partially said opening (3).
     
    3. Toilet flush according to claim 2, wherein said cover portion (10) is at least partially mating with said edge.
     
    4. Toilet flush according to claim 2 or 3, wherein said two support portions (8) project downwardly from said cover portion (10).
     
    5. Toilet flush according to claim 4, wherein said two support portions (8) are housed within two seats (11) in two opposite walls, one front and one rear, of said tank (2).
     
    6. Toilet flush according to claim 5, wherein said two support portions (8) are insertable and extractable from said two seats (11) by movements of insertion downwards and extraction upwards.
     
    7. Toilet flush according to any one of the preceding claims, comprising a handle (12) on said reservoir (5) for maneuvering said rotation, said handle (12) being placed at a higher level with respect to said tank (2).
     
    8. Toilet flush according to claim 7, wherein said handle (12) is laterally projecting from a wall of said reservoir (5) that is arranged internally facing to a wall of said support means (7), said handle (12) passing through an opening (13) on said wall of said support means (7) to allow a user access to said handle (12).
     
    9. Toilet flush according to claim 8, wherein said opening (13) has an arcuate shape to allow said handle (12) to move within said opening (13) when said reservoir (5) rotates between said filling and discharge positions.
     
    10. Toilet flush according to any one of claims 7 to 9, wherein said handle (12) is arranged at a higher level with respect to said reservoir portions (9) in all positions that said reservoir (5) assumes when it rotates between said filling and discharge positions.
     
    11. Toilet flush according to any one of claims 7 to 10, wherein said handle (12) is arranged so as to be raised when said reservoir (5) rotates in the direction that goes from said filling position to said discharge position.
     
    12. Toilet flush according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein said two support portions (8) comprise two seats for pin and said two reservoir portions (9) comprise two rotation pins.
     
    13. Toilet flush according to any one of the preceding claims, comprising a feeding device (6) of the flushing liquid to fill said reservoir (5) in said filling position.
     
    14. Toilet flush according to claim 13, wherein at least one portion of said feeding device (6) traverses said support means (7).
     
    15. Toilet flush according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein said reservoir (5) comprises a bottom portion (14) of semi-cylindrical shape and said tank (2) comprises a bottom portion (15) of semi-cylindrical shape coaxial with said bottom portion (14) of said reservoir (5).
     


    Ansprüche

    1. Toilettenspülung (1) bestehend aus:

    - einen Tank (2) mit mindestens einer oberen Öffnung (3) und einem unteren Auslass (4) zum Ablassen einer Spülflüssigkeit;

    - ein Reservoir (5), das zumindest teilweise in dem Tank (2) angeordnet ist, wobei das Reservoir (5) zwischen mindestens einer Füllposition und mindestens einer Entladeposition drehen kann, wobei in der Füllposition das Reservoir (5) mit Spülflüssigkeit gefüllt werden kann, wobei in der Entladeposition mindestens ein Teil der Spülflüssigkeit aus dem Reservoir (5) gegossen und durch den Auslass (4) abgelassen werden kann;

    - Stützmittel (7), die auf entfernbare Weise an dem Tank (2) angeordnet sind, wobei das Stützmittel (7) zwei Stützabschnitte (8) umfasst, wobei die beiden Stützabschnitte (8) auf zwei gegenüberliegenden Seiten der Stützmittel angeordnet sind, wobei das Reservoir (5) zwei Reservoirabschnitte (9) umfasst, wobei die zwei Reservoirabschnitte (9) auf zwei gegenüberliegenden Seiten des Reservoirs angeordnet sind, wobei die zwei Reservoirabschnitte (9) drehbar mit den zwei Stützabschnitten (8) gekoppelt sind;

    dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass das Stützmittel (7) zumindest teilweise über der Öffnung (3) angeordnet ist.
     
    2. Toilettenspülung nach Anspruch 1, wobei das Stützmittel (7) auf einer Kante der Öffnung (3) ruht und wobei das Stützmittel (7) mindestens einen Abdeckabschnitt (10) umfasst, wobei der mindestens eine Abdeckabschnitt (10) die Öffnung (3) zumindest teilweise schließt.
     
    3. Toilettenspülung nach Anspruch 2, wobei der Abdeckabschnitt (10) zumindest teilweise mit der Kante zusammenpasst.
     
    4. Toilettenspülung nach Anspruch 2 oder 3, wobei die beiden Stützabschnitte (8) von dem Abdeckabschnitt (10) nach unten vorstehen.
     
    5. Toilettenspülung nach Anspruch 4, wobei die beiden Stützabschnitte (8) in zwei Sitzen (11) in zwei gegenüberliegenden Wänden des Tanks (2) untergebracht sind, wobei die beiden gegenüberliegenden Wände eine Vorderwand und eine Rückwand sind.
     
    6. Toilettenspülung nach Anspruch 5, wobei die beiden Stützabschnitte (8) durch Einführbewegungen nach unten in die beiden Sitze (11) einführbar sind und wobei die beiden Stützabschnitte (8) aus den beiden Sitzen (11) durch herausziehbar sind Extraktionsbewegungen nach oben.
     
    7. Toilettenspülung nach einem der vorhergehenden Ansprüche, wobei die Toilettenspülung einen Griff (12) an dem Reservoir (5) zum Manövrieren der Drehung umfasst, wobei der Griff (12) in Bezug auf den Tank (2) auf einem höheren Niveau angeordnet ist.
     
    8. Toilettenspülung nach Anspruch 7, wobei der Griff (12) seitlich aus einer Wand des Reservoirs (5) herausragt, wobei die Wand des Reservoirs (5) innen zu einer Wand der Stützmittel (7) angeordnet ist, wobei der Griff (12) durch eine Öffnung (13) an der Wand der Stützmittel (7) verläuft, um einem Benutzer den Zugang zu dem Griff (12) zu ermöglichen.
     
    9. Toilettenspülung nach Anspruch 8, wobei die Öffnung (13) eine bogenförmige Form aufweist, damit sich der Griff (12) innerhalb der Öffnung (13) bewegen kann, wenn sich das Reservoir (5) zwischen den Füll- und Entladepositionen dreht.
     
    10. Toilettenspülung nach einem der Ansprüche 7 bis 9, wobei der Griff (12) in Bezug auf die Reservoirabschnitte (9) in allen Positionen des Reservoirs (5) auf einem höheren Niveau angeordnet ist, wenn das Reservoir (5) dreht sich zwischen den Füll- und Entladepositionen.
     
    11. Toilettenspülung nach einem der Ansprüche 7 bis 10, wobei der Griff (12) so angeordnet ist, dass er angehoben wird, wenn sich das Reservoir (5) in der Richtung dreht, die von der Füllposition zu der Entladeposition geht.
     
    12. Toilettenspülung nach einem der vorhergehenden Ansprüche, wobei die zwei Stützabschnitte (8) zwei Sitze für einen Stift umfassen und die zwei Reservoirabschnitte (9) zwei Rotationsstifte umfassen.
     
    13. Toilettenspülung nach einem der vorhergehenden Ansprüche, wobei die Toilettenspülung eine Zuführvorrichtung (6) umfasst, um die Spülflüssigkeit zuzuführen und das Reservoir (5) in der Füllposition zu füllen.
     
    14. Toilettenspülung nach Anspruch 13, wobei mindestens ein Teil der Zuführvorrichtung (6) durch die Stützeinrichtung (7) angeordnet ist.
     
    15. Toilettenspülung nach einem der vorhergehenden Ansprüche, wobei der Reservoir (5) einen Bodenabschnitt (14) mit halbzylindrischer Form und der Tank (2) einen Bodenabschnitt (15) mit halbzylindrischer Form umfasst, wobei der Bodenabschnitt (15) des Tanks (2) koaxial zu dem Bodenabschnitt (14) des Reservoirs (5) ist.
     


    Revendications

    1. Chasse d'eau (1) comprenant:

    - un bassin (2) comprenant au moins une ouverture supérieure (3) et un écoulement inférieur (4) pour le déversement d'un liquide de rinçage;

    - un réservoir (5) placé, au moins en partie, à l'intérieur dudit bassin (2), avec la possibilité d'effectuer au moins une rotation entre au moins une position de remplissage, dans laquelle le réservoir (5) peut être rempli de liquide de rinçage, et au moins une position de déversement, dans laquelle au moins une partie du liquide de rinçage peut être versée hors réservoir (5) et déversée à travers l'écoulement inférieur (4);

    - des moyens de support (7) positionnés sur le bassin (2) susmentionné de façon amovible, lesdits moyens de support (7) comprenant deux pièces de support (8) positionnées sur les côtés opposés des moyens de support, ledit réservoir comprenant deux parties de réservoir (9) disposées sur les côtés opposés du réservoir, lesdites deux parties de réservoir (9) étant couplées de façon rotative auxdites deux pièces de support (8);

    caractérisé du fait que lesdits moyens de support (7) sont disposés au moins en partie au-dessus de l'ouverture supérieure (3).
     
    2. Chasse d'eau selon la revendication 1, où les moyens de support (7) s'appuient au bord de ladite ouverture (3) et comprennent au moins une partie de couverture (10) qui ferme, au moins en partie, ladite ouverture (3).
     
    3. Chasse d'eau selon la revendication 2, où ladite partie de couverture (10) coïncide au moins en partie avec ledit bord.
     
    4. Chasse d'eau selon la revendication 2 ou 3, où lesdites deux pièces de support (8) font saillie vers le bas à partir de la partie de couverture (10).
     
    5. Chasse d'eau selon la revendication 4, où lesdites deux pièces de support (8) sont placées dans deux emplacements (11) taillés dans deux parois opposées, l'une frontale et l'autre postérieure, dudit bassin (2).
     
    6. Chasse d'eau selon la revendication 5, où lesdites deux pièces de support (8) peuvent être insérées dans et extraites de lesdits emplacements (11) grâce à des mouvements d'insertion vers le bas et d'extraction vers le haut.
     
    7. Chasse d'eau selon l'une des revendications précédentes, comprenant une poignée (12) sur ledit réservoir (5) pour guider la rotation, ladite poignée (12) étant placée plus en haut par rapport audit bassin (2).
     
    8. Chasse d'eau selon la revendication 7, où ladite poignée (12) fait saillie latéralement d'une paroi dudit réservoir (5), laquelle donne, face à l'intérieur, vers une paroi desdits moyens de support (7), ladite poignée (12) passant par une ouverture (13) taillée dans ladite paroi desdits moyens de support (7) afin de permettre à l'utilisateur d'accéder à ladite poignée (12).
     
    9. Chasse d'eau selon la revendication 8, où ladite ouverture (13) a une forme arquée afin de permettre à ladite poignée (12) de bouger à l'intérieur de ladite ouverture (13) quand ledit réservoir (5) tourne entre lesdites positions de remplissage et de déversement.
     
    10. Chasse d'eau selon l'une des revendications 7 à 9, où ladite poignée (12) est placée au-dessus desdites parties de réservoir (9) dans toutes les positions que ledit réservoir (5) adopte quand il tourne entre lesdites positions de remplissage et de déversement.
     
    11. Chasse d'eau selon l'une des revendications 7 à 10, où ladite poignée (12) est disposée de façon à se lever quand ledit réservoir (5) tourne de ladite position de remplissage vers ladite position de déversement.
     
    12. Chasse d'eau selon l'une des revendications précédentes, où lesdites deux pièces de support (8) comprennent deux emplacements pour pivot et lesdites deux parties de réservoir (9) comprennent deux pivots de rotation.
     
    13. Chasse d'eau selon l'une des revendications précédentes, comprenant un dispositif d'alimentation (6) pour remplir ledit réservoir (5) avec le liquide de rinçage, dans ladite position de remplissage.
     
    14. Chasse d'eau selon la revendication 13, où au moins une partie dudit dispositif d'alimentation (6) passe à travers lesdits moyens de support (7).
     
    15. Chasse d'eau selon l'une des revendications précédentes, où ledit réservoir (5) comprend une section de fond (14) de forme semi-cylindrique et ledit bassin (2) comprend une section de fond (15) de forme semi-cylindrique coaxiale avec ladite section de fond (14) dudit réservoir (5).
     




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