(19)
(11)EP 3 517 712 B1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT SPECIFICATION

(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
29.07.2020 Bulletin 2020/31

(21)Application number: 17918698.6

(22)Date of filing:  15.11.2017
(51)International Patent Classification (IPC): 
E05B 5/00(2006.01)
A47K 3/36(2006.01)
E05B 1/00(2006.01)
(86)International application number:
PCT/CN2017/111174
(87)International publication number:
WO 2019/095166 (23.05.2019 Gazette  2019/21)

(54)

HANDLE ASSEMBLY AND SHOWER DOOR

GRIFFANORDNUNG UND DUSCHTÜR

ENSEMBLE FORMANT POIGNÉE ET PORTE DE DOUCHE


(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

(43)Date of publication of application:
31.07.2019 Bulletin 2019/31

(73)Proprietor: Foshan Ideal Co., Ltd.
Foshan, Guangdong 528231 (CN)

(72)Inventor:
  • WEI, Wuxiang
    Foshan Guangdong 528231 (CN)

(74)Representative: Raynor, Simon Mark 
Urquhart-Dykes & Lord LLP Altius House 1 North Fourth Street
Milton Keynes MK9 1DG
Milton Keynes MK9 1DG (GB)


(56)References cited: : 
CH-A2- 707 535
CN-U- 203 412 366
CN-U- 204 715 891
JP-A- H09 165 944
US-A1- 2007 069 090
US-A1- 2017 182 429
CN-A- 108 064 318
CN-U- 203 412 366
IT-A1- MI20 111 334
JP-A- 2006 328 872
US-A1- 2016 074 766
  
      
    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] The present invention relates to the field of sanitary appliances, and in particular to a waterproof handle assembly which saves space and can realize multidirectional opening and closing, and a shower door using the handle assembly.

    Background Art



    [0002] Now when people decorate, they usually arrange a shower room in a bathroom. The shower room usually uses a shower door with glass plates. The shower door mainly includes a sliding door with rails and a hinged door with hinges. The shower door, regardless of being the sliding door or the hinged door, is generally provided with at least two glass plates; the multiple glass plates may all be movable glass plates that may slide or rotate back and forth; and the shower door may also be provided with at least one fixed glass plate and at least one movable glass plate capable of sliding or rotating back and forth. The fixed glass plate is generally referred to as a fixed door, and the movable glass plate is generally referred to as a movable door.

    [0003] Generally, a handle is required to be mounted on the movable door, a user applies force to the handle, and the force acts on the movable door through the handle, thereby completing the operation of pushing or pulling the movable door. Existing shower door handles are multiple in types, including a handlebar-shaped handle, a strip-shaped handle, a pull-ring-shaped handle, etc. However, most of these handles need to drill holes in the movable door and then install the handles on the movable door. The handles usually protrude outwards relative to the movable door, thus occupying more space. Especially for sliding doors, the space between the movable door and the fixed door is limited. When the handle protrudes outwards relative to the movable door, the movable door and the fixed door cannot completely be overlapped due to the blocking of the handle, thus reducing the space in an access position and making it inconvenient for users to get in and out.

    [0004] One solution of the prior art is to open a larger hole in a movable piece, and when opening and closing the door, the user needs to push the movable door by inserting the hand or finger into the hole. Since the hole is located in the movable door and there is no portion protruding outwards, the movable door may be opened to the maximum to be overlapped with the fixed door. However, this solution has the disadvantage that water will leak from the hole when the shower door is closed during use of the bathroom. A further solution to this problem is that a sleeve is mounted in the large hole and a rotating piece is mounted in the sleeve and hinged in the sleeve through a pin. However, an application of this handle is also limited because a rotating direction of the rotating piece is limited.

    [0005] Patent application IT M120 111 334 A1 discloses a magnetically operated handle assembly which due to its smaller dimensions can be used in various furnishing configurations with restricted available space.

    [0006] Other similar magnetic handle assemblies are known from the disclosures of CH 707 535 A2 and CN 203 412 366 U.

    Technical Problem



    [0007] In order to solve the above problems, the main objective of the present invention is to provide a waterproof handle assembly that saves space and can realize multi-directional opening and closing.

    [0008] Another objective of the present invention is to provide a waterproof shower door that saves space and in which the handle assembly can realize multi-directional opening and closing.

    Technical Solution



    [0009] To achieve the main objectives above, a handle assembly is provided in the present invention, comprising a handle seat including a through hole; the handle seat further includes a plurality of inner side holes and a plurality of first magnets placed in the inner side holes; the inner side holes are disposed in a manner of surrounding the through hole; the first magnets are columnar; axes of the first magnets are parallel to the inner side holes; the first magnets are divided into south poles and north poles in a radial direction and rotatable about the axes in the inner side holes; the handle assembly further includes a waterproof piece; the waterproof piece includes baffles and flanges located at edges of the baffles; the waterproof piece is placed in the through hole; the flanges are engaged with the through hole; the flanges include a plurality of outer side holes and a plurality of second magnets placed in the outer side holes; the outer side holes are disposed in a manner of surrounding the baffles; the second magnets are columnar; axes of the second magnets are parallel to the inner side holes; the second magnets are divided into south poles and north poles in a radial direction and rotatable about the axes in the outer side holes.

    [0010] As a further technical solution, holes walls, close to the through hole, of the inner side holes are thinner than hole walls, away from the through hole, of the inner side holes.

    [0011] As a further technical solution, the first magnets are cylindrical or rectangular prism-shaped; and the second magnets are cylindrical or rectangular prism-shaped.

    [0012] As a further technical solution, the waterproof piece includes a first waterproof sheet and a second waterproof sheet; the first waterproof sheet and the second waterproof sheet both include sheet bodies and grooves located at edges of the sheet bodies; the first waterproof sheet is connected with the second waterproof sheet; the sheet bodies form the baffles; and the grooves form the outer side holes.

    [0013] As a further technical solution, the first waterproof sheet is bonded or clamped with the second waterproof sheet.

    [0014] As a further technical solution, the grooves are semicircular grooves.

    [0015] As a further technical solution, the handle seat further includes an outwards extending flange; and the flange includes a contact surface parallel to the cross section of the through hole.

    [0016] As a further technical solution, the handle seat further includes lead-in holes communicated with the inner side holes.

    [0017] To realize another objective of the present invention, a shower door is provided in the present invention, including a fixed door and a movable door that may slide or rotate relative to the fixed door; a mounting hole is disposed in the movable door; a handle assembly is fixed in the mounting hole and includes a handle seat; the handle seat includes a through hole; the handle seat further includes a plurality of inner side holes and a plurality of first magnets placed in the inner side holes; the inner side holes are disposed in a manner of surrounding the through hole; the first magnets are columnar; axes of the first magnets are parallel to the inner side holes; the first magnets are divided into south poles and north poles in a radial direction and rotatable about the axes in the inner side holes; the handle assembly further includes a waterproof piece; the waterproof piece includes baffles and flanges located at edges of the baffles; the flanges are placed in the through hole and are engaged with the through hole; the flanges include a plurality of outer side holes and a plurality of second magnets placed in the outer side holes; the outer side holes are disposed in a manner of surrounding the baffles; the second magnets are columnar; axes of the second magnets are parallel to the inner side holes; the second magnets are divided into south poles and the north poles in a radial direction and rotatable about the axes in the outer side holes.

    Beneficial Effects



    [0018] The handle assembly provided by the present invention includes a handle seat and a waterproof piece, wherein the handle seat includes a through hole and inner side holes disposed in a manner of surrounding the through hole; first magnets are disposed in the inner side holes; a waterproof piece includes baffles and flanges; the flanges include outer side holes disposed in a manner of surrounding the baffles; second magnets are disposed in the outer side holes; the first magnets and the second magnets are column, are divided into south poles and north poles and may rotate about the axes; the waterproof piece is placed in the through hole; and the flanges are engaged with the through hole. When a door needs to be opened and closed, a user may push the waterproof piece in any direction at any position of the waterproof piece; the waterproof piece will move at one edge according to the position and direction of external force, exposing the inner wall of the through hole for contacting, the user applies force to the inner wall of the through hole so that the movement of the movable door is realized, and at this time, the other edge of the waterproof piece, opposite to the edge that moves, is still attracted due to the action of the magnetic force, thereby ensuring that the waterproof piece is in contact with the handle seat and is not disengaged from the handle seat; and after external force provided by the user disappears, since the first magnets and the second magnets may freely rotate about the axes, the first magnets and the second magnets may be automatically adjusted to attract the opposite poles due to the action of the magnetic force, and the waterproof piece may be automatically attracted into the through hole no matter any edge of the waterproof piece moves or the waterproof piece moves toward any direction, thereby playing a waterproof role.

    [0019] Further, in order to ensure magnetic attraction force between the first magnets and the second magnets and avoid the entire waterproof piece from falling out of the through hole when the user exerts a large force on the waterproof piece, the hole walls, close to the through hole, of the inner side holes in the handle seat preferably have smaller thicknesses.

    [0020] Further, in order to make the handle assembly easy to assemble, keep the handle assembly enclosed, and prevent dust or dirt from depositing and the first magnets and the second magnets from being corroded, a waterproof piece body may be composed of the first waterproof sheet and the second waterproof sheet, the second magnets may be conveniently placed in the groove of the first waterproof sheet or the second waterproof sheet, and after the first waterproof sheet is connected with the second waterproof sheet, the second magnets may be enclosed in the outer side holes. In addition, the lead-in holes may be disposed on the outer side of the handle seat, the first magnets are placed into the inner side holes through the lead-in holes, and when the handle seat is mounted in the movable door, the lead-in holes may be enclosed by the movable door.

    Brief Description of the Drawings



    [0021] 

    FIG. 1 is a structural view of an embodiment of a shower door of the present invention.

    FIG. 2 is a structural exploded view of an embodiment of a handle assembly of the present invention applied to the shower door.

    FIG. 3 is a structural view of a handle seat in the embodiment of the handle assembly of the present invention.

    FIG. 4 is a structural view of the handle seat in the embodiment of the handle assembly of the present invention from another point of view.

    FIG. 5 is a sectional view of the handle seat in the embodiment of the handle assembly of the present invention.

    FIG. 6 is a structural view of a first waterproof sheet in the embodiment of the handle assembly of the present invention.

    FIG. 7 is a structural view of the first waterproof sheet in the embodiment of the handle assembly of the present invention from another point of view.

    FIG. 8 is a sectional view of a waterproof piece in the embodiment of the handle assembly of the present invention.

    FIG. 9 is a structural view of a first magnet in the embodiment of the handle assembly of the present invention.

    FIG. 10 is a structural view of the embodiment of the handle assembly of the present invention in a first working state.

    FIG. 11 is a structural view of the embodiment of the handle assembly of the present invention in a second working state.

    FIG. 12 is a structural view of an existing handle assembly applied to the shower door.

    FIG. 13 is a structural view of the handle assembly of the present invention applied to the shower door.



    [0022] The present invention will be further described in combination with accompanying drawings and embodiments.

    Embodiments of the present invention


    Embodiment of Shower Door



    [0023] As shown in FIG. 1, the shower door of the embodiment is a sliding door, including a fixed door 100 and a movable door 200 reciprocally slidable relative to the fixed door 100; a handle assembly 300 is mounted on the movable door 200; and the handle assembly 300 has a structure of the following handle assembly embodiment.

    [0024] In other embodiments of the present invention, the shower door may also be a hinged door, and those skilled in the art may apply the handle assembly 300 to different types of shower doors according to actual application needs.

    Embodiment of Handle Assembly



    [0025] As shown in FIG. 2, the handle assembly 300 of the embodiment is mounted in a mounting hole 201 of the movable door 200. In the embodiment, the mounting hole 201 has a circular shape to facilitate the drilling process. In other embodiments, the mounting hole 201 may also be rectangular, elliptical or the like as desired.

    [0026] The handle assembly 300 includes a handle seat 310 and a waterproof piece 320 placed in the handle seat 310; an outer side of the handle seat 310 has the same shape as the mounting hole 201; and the outer side of the handle seat 310 is engaged with the mounting hole 201 to form an enclosed structure.

    [0027] As shown in FIG. 2 to FIG. 5, the handle seat 310 includes a through hole 311, a plurality of inner side holes 312 provided around the through hole 311, and a plurality of first magnets 313 placed in the inner side holes 312; the through hole 311 is disposed in the middle of the handle seat 310; the inner side holes 312 are disposed in the handle seat 310.

    [0028] The handle seat 310 further includes lead-in holes 314 that communicates with the inner side holes 312 for placing in the first magnets 313; the handle seat 310 further includes an outwards extending flange 315; the flange 315 includes a contact surface 316 parallel to the cross section of the through hole 311; the contact surface 316 is used for bonding with a side surface of the movable door 200 to fix the handle seat 310 in the movable door 200.

    [0029] Semicircular hole walls, close to the through hole 311, of the inner side holes 312 have small thicknesses, for example, the thicknesses of side walls, close to the through hole 311, of the inner side holes 312 are about 0.5 mm; and when the thicknesses of the side walls are the value above, the requirement of magnetic attraction force can be met, and a simple production and machining process can be adopted.

    [0030] As shown in FIG. 9, the first magnets 313 are cylindrical and are divided into south poles 317 and north poles 318. In other embodiments, the first magnets 313 may be rectangular prism-shaped as required.

    [0031] When the first magnets 313 are placed in the inner side holes 312, axes of the first magnets 313 are parallel to directions of the inner side holes 312, and the first magnets 313 may rotate about the axes in the inner side holes 312.

    [0032] As shown in FIG. 2, the waterproof piece 320 consists of a first waterproof sheet 321 and a second waterproof sheet 322; and the first waterproof sheet 321 and the second waterproof sheet 322 have a same structure. As shown in FIG. 6 to FIG. 7, the first waterproof sheet 321 includes a sheet body 323 and a groove 324 located at an edge of the sheet body 323. In the embodiment, the grooves 324 are semicircular. As shown in FIG. 8, the first waterproof sheet 321 and the second waterproof sheet 322 are symmetrically stacked and connected; the sheet bodies 323 form baffles 325; outer side holes 326 are formed in inner sides of the grooves 324; and flanges 327 are formed on outer sides of the grooves 324. In the embodiment, the first waterproof sheet 321 and the second waterproof sheet 322 are glued through an adhesive.

    [0033] The waterproof piece 320 further includes second magnets 328 located in the outer side holes 326; the second magnets 328 have the same structure as the first magnets 313; and when the second magnets 328 are placed in the outer side holes 326, axes of the second magnets 328 are parallel to directions of the outer side holes 326, and the second magnets 328 may rotate about the axes in the outer side holes 326.

    [0034] The working principle of the handle assembly 300 of the embodiment is as follows: when a door needs to be opened and closed, a user can push the waterproof piece 320 in any direction at any position of the waterproof piece 320; as shown in FIG. 10 and FIG. 11, the waterproof piece 320 will move at one edge according to the position and direction of external force, exposing the inner wall of the through hole 311 for contacting, the user applies force to the inner wall of the through hole 311 so that the movement of the movable door 200 is realized, and at this time, the other edge opposite to the edge that moves is still attracted due to the action of the magnetic force, thereby ensuring that the waterproof piece 320 is in contact with the handle seat 310 and is not disengaged from the handle seat 310; and after the external force provided by the user disappears, since the first magnets 313 and the second magnets 328 may freely rotate about the axes, the first magnets 313 and the second magnets 328 may be automatically adjusted to attract the opposite poles due to the action of the magnetic force, and the waterproof piece 320 may be automatically attracted into the through hole 311 no matter any edge of the waterproof piece 320 moves or the waterproof piece 320 moves toward any direction, thereby playing a waterproof role.

    [0035] As shown in FIG. 12, an existing handle assembly 330 is generally fixed to the movable door 210 and protrudes outwards from the movable door 210. With regard to a sliding door, the movable door 210 cannot be completely overlapped with the fixed door 110 due to the blocking of the handle assembly 330, thus reducing a space for an access position. As shown in FIG. 13, except for slightly outwards projected portions of the flange 315, the rest portion of the handle assembly 300 of the embodiment is embedded in the mounting hole 201 of the movable door 200. The handle assembly 300 does not form a projection between the movable door 200 and the fixed door 100, and the movable door 200 and the fixed door 100 may be completely overlapped, thus saving the space.

    Industrial Applicability



    [0036] The shower door of the present invention is suitable for on-site assembly in a customer's bathroom, while the handle assembly of the present invention is mainly applied to the shower door, and is particularly suitable for a sliding door. The shower door includes a fixed door and a movable door, and the handle assembly is mounted in a mounting hole of the movable door. With the products of the present invention, the handle assembly of the shower door may provide the beneficial effects of water proofing and space saving, the handle assembly may be easily assembled and mounted on the movable door, and the waterproof piece may swing in any direction and be attracted on the handle seat by magnetic force.


    Claims

    1. A handle assembly (300), comprising a handle seat (310) including a through hole (311), wherein the handle seat (310) further comprises a plurality of inner side holes (312) and a plurality of first magnets (313) placed in the inner side holes (312); the inner side holes (312) are disposed in a manner of surrounding the through hole (311); the first magnets (313) are columnar; axes of the first magnets (313) are parallel to the inner side holes (312); the first magnets (313) are divided into south poles and north poles in a radial direction and rotatable about the axes in the inner side holes (312);
    the handle assembly (300) further comprises a waterproof piece (320); the waterproof piece (320) comprises baffles (325) and flanges (327) located at edges of the baffles (325); the waterproof piece (320) is placed in the through hole (311); the flanges (327) are engaged with the through hole (311);
    the flanges (327) comprise a plurality of outer side holes (326) and a plurality of second magnets (328) placed in the outer side holes (326); the outer side holes (326) are disposed in a manner of surrounding the baffles (325); the second magnets (328) are columnar; axes of the second magnets (328) are parallel to the inner side holes (312); the second magnets (328) are divided into south poles and north poles in a radial direction and rotatable about the axes in the outer side holes (326).
     
    2. The handle assembly according to claim 1, wherein
    holes walls, close to the through hole (311), of the inner side holes (312) are thinner than hole walls, away from the through hole (311), of the inner side holes (312).
     
    3. The handle assembly according to claim 1 or 2, wherein
    the first magnets (313) are cylindrical or rectangular prism-shaped; and the second magnets (328) are cylindrical or rectangular prism-shaped.
     
    4. The handle assembly according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein
    the waterproof piece (320) comprises a first waterproof sheet (321) and a second waterproof sheet (322);
    the first waterproof sheet (321) and the second waterproof sheet (322) both comprise sheet bodies (323) and grooves (324) located at edges of the sheet bodies (323);
    the first waterproof sheet (321) is connected with the second waterproof sheet (322); the sheet bodies (323) form the baffles (325); and the grooves (324) form the outer side holes (326).
     
    5. The handle assembly according to claim 4, wherein
    the first waterproof sheet (321) is bonded or clamped with the second waterproof sheet (322).
     
    6. The handle assembly according to claim 4 or 5, wherein
    the grooves (324) are semicircular grooves.
     
    7. The handle assembly according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein
    the handle seat (310) further comprises an outwards extending flange (315); and the outwards extending flange (315) comprises a contact surface (316) parallel to the cross section of the through hole (311).
     
    8. The handle assembly according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein
    the handle seat (310) further comprises lead-in holes (314) communicated with the inner side holes (312).
     
    9. A shower door, comprising a fixed door (100) and a movable door (200) slidable or rotatable relative to the fixed door (100), a mounting hole (200) being disposed in the movable door (200), wherein the handle assembly (300) according to any one of claims 1 to 8 is fixed in the mounting hole (200).
     


    Ansprüche

    1. Griffanordnung (300), umfassend einen Griffsitz (310), der ein Durchgangsloch (311) beinhaltet, wobei
    der Griffsitz (310) ferner eine Vielzahl von inneren Seitenlöchern (312) und eine Vielzahl von ersten Magneten (313), die in den inneren Seitenlöchern (312) platziert sind, umfasst; die inneren Seitenlöcher (312) auf eine Weise angeordnet sind, dass sie das Durchgangsloch (311) umgeben; die ersten Magnete (313) säulenförmig sind; Achsen der ersten Magnete (313) parallel zu den inneren Seitenlöchern (312) sind; die ersten Magnete (313) in radialer Richtung in Südpole und Nordpole unterteilt und um die Achsen in den inneren Seitenlöchern (312) drehbar sind;
    die Griffanordnung (300) ferner ein wasserdichtes Teil (320) umfasst; das wasserdichte Teil (320) Abweiser (325) und Flansche (327), die an den Rändern der Abweiser (325) angeordnet sind, umfasst; das wasserdichte Teil (320) in dem Durchgangsloch (311) platziert ist; die Flansche (327) in Eingriff mit dem Durchgangsloch (311) sind;
    die Flansche (327) eine Vielzahl von äußeren Seitenlöchern (326) und eine Vielzahl von zweiten Magneten (328), die in den äußeren Seitenlöchern (326) platziert sind, umfassen; die äußeren Seitenlöcher (326) auf eine Weise angeordnet sind, dass sie die Abweiser (325) umgeben; die zweiten Magnete (328) säulenförmig sind; Achsen der zweiten Magnete (328) parallel zu den inneren Seitenlöchern (312) sind; die zweiten Magnete (328) in radialer Richtung in Südpole und Nordpole unterteilt und um die Achsen in den äußeren Seitenlöchern (326) drehbar sind.
     
    2. Griffanordnung nach Anspruch 1, wobei die Wände der Löcher, in der Nähe des Durchgangslochs (311), der inneren Seitenlöcher (312) dünner sind als Lochwände, entfernt von dem Durchgangsloch (311), der inneren Seitenlöcher (312).
     
    3. Griffanordnung nach Anspruch 1 oder 2, wobei die ersten Magnete (313) zylindrisch oder rechteckig prismenförmig sind; und die zweiten Magnete (328) zylindrisch oder rechteckig prismenförmig sind.
     
    4. Griffanordnung nach einem der Ansprüche 1 bis 3, wobei das wasserdichte Teil (320) eine erste wasserdichte Platte (321) und eine zweite wasserdichte Platte (322) umfasst;
    sowohl die erste wasserdichte Platte (321) als auch die zweite wasserdichte Platte (322) Plattenkörper (323) und Nuten (324), die sich an Rändern der Plattenkörper (323) befinden, umfassen;
    die erste wasserdichte Platte (321) mit der zweiten wasserdichten Platte (322) verbunden ist; die Plattenkörper (323) die Abweiser (325) bilden; und die Nuten (324) die äußeren Seitenlöcher (326) bilden.
     
    5. Griffanordnung nach Anspruch 4, wobei die erste wasserdichte Platte (321) mit der zweiten wasserdichten Platte (322) verklebt oder geklemmt ist.
     
    6. Griffanordnung nach Anspruch 4 oder 5, wobei die Nuten (324) halbkreisförmige Nuten sind.
     
    7. Griffanordnung nach einem der Ansprüche 1 bis 6, wobei der Griffsitz (310) ferner einen sich auswärts erstreckenden Flansch (315) umfasst; und der sich auswärts erstreckende Flansch (315) eine Kontaktfläche (316) parallel zum Querschnitt des Durchgangslochs (311) umfasst.
     
    8. Griffanordnung nach einem der Ansprüche 1 bis 7, wobei der Griffsitz (310) ferner Einführungslöcher (314) umfasst, die mit den inneren Seitenlöchern (312) in Verbindung sind.
     
    9. Duschtür, umfassend eine feststehende Tür (100) und eine bewegliche Tür (200), die in Bezug auf die feststehende Tür (100) verschiebbar oder drehbar ist, wobei in der beweglichen Tür (200) ein Montageloch (200) angeordnet ist, wobei die Griffanordnung (300) nach einem der Ansprüche 1 bis 8 in dem Montageloch (200) befestigt ist.
     


    Revendications

    1. Ensemble de poignée (300), comprenant un siège de poignée (310) comprenant un trou traversant (311), dans lequel
    le siège de poignée (310) comprend en outre une pluralité de trous latéraux intérieurs (312) et une pluralité de premiers aimants (313) placés dans les trous latéraux intérieurs (312) ; les trous latéraux intérieurs (312) sont disposés de manière à entourer le trou traversant (311) ; les premiers aimants (313) sont en forme de colonne ; les axes des premiers aimants (313) sont parallèles aux trous latéraux intérieurs (312) ; les premiers aimants (313) sont divisés en pôles sud et pôles nord dans une direction radiale et peuvent tourner autour des axes dans les trous latéraux intérieurs (312) ;
    l'ensemble de poignée (300) comprend en outre une pièce étanche (320) ; la pièce étanche (320) comprend des déflecteurs (325) et des brides (327) situées sur les bords des déflecteurs (325) ; la pièce étanche (320) est placée dans le trou traversant (311) ; les brides (327) sont en prise avec le trou traversant (311) ;
    les brides (327) comprennent une pluralité de trous latéraux extérieurs (326) et une pluralité de deuxièmes aimants (328) placés dans les trous latéraux extérieurs (326) ; les trous latéraux extérieurs (326) sont disposés de manière à entourer les déflecteurs (325) ; les deuxièmes aimants (328) sont en forme de colonne ; les axes des deuxièmes aimants (328) sont parallèles aux trous latéraux intérieurs (312) ; les deuxièmes aimants (328) sont divisés en pôles sud et pôles nord dans une direction radiale et peuvent tourner autour des axes dans les trous latéraux extérieurs (326).
     
    2. Ensemble de poignée selon la revendication 1, dans lequel les parois des trous, à proximité du trou traversant (311), des trous latéraux intérieurs (312) sont plus minces que les parois des trous, à distance du trou traversant (311), des trous latéraux intérieurs (312).
     
    3. Ensemble de poignée selon la revendication 1 ou 2, dans lequel les premiers aimants (313) sont en forme de prisme cylindrique ou rectangulaire; et les deuxièmes aimants (328) sont en forme de prisme cylindrique ou rectangulaire.
     
    4. Ensemble de poignée selon l'une quelconque des revendications 1 à 3, dans lequel la pièce étanche (320) comprend une première feuille étanche (321) et une seconde feuille étanche (322);
    la première feuille étanche (321) et la seconde feuille étanche (322) comprennent toutes deux des corps de feuille (323) et des rainures (324) situées sur les bords des corps de feuille (323) ;
    la première feuille étanche (321) est connectée à la seconde feuille étanche (322) ; les corps de feuille (323) forment les déflecteurs (325) ; et les rainures (324) forment les trous latéraux extérieurs (326).
     
    5. Ensemble de poignée selon la revendication 4, dans lequel la première feuille étanche (321) est collée ou serrée avec la seconde feuille étanche (322).
     
    6. Ensemble de poignée selon la revendication 4 ou 5, dans lequel les rainures (324) sont des rainures semi-circulaires.
     
    7. Ensemble de poignée selon l'une quelconque des revendications 1 à 6, dans lequel le siège de poignée (310) comprend en outre une bride s'étendant vers l'extérieur (315) ; et la bride s'étendant vers l'extérieur (315) comprend une surface de contact (316) parallèle à la section transversale du trou traversant (311).
     
    8. Ensemble de poignée selon l'une quelconque des revendications 1 à 7, dans lequel le siège de poignée (310) comprend en outre des trous d'entrée (314) communiquant avec les trous latéraux intérieurs (312).
     
    9. Porte de douche, comprenant une porte fixe (100) et une porte mobile (200) coulissante ou rotative par rapport à la porte fixe (100), un trou de montage (200) étant disposé dans la porte mobile (200), dans lequel l'ensemble de poignée (300) selon l'une quelconque des revendications 1 à 8 est fixé dans le trou de montage (200).
     




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