TODAY’S PATENT – SANITARY EQUIPMENT FOR CLEAN ROOM
The Sanitary Equipment for Clean Room Seijiro Kawamura (Fukuoka), Masami Iida (Kanagawa), Akio Kusumoto (Fukuoka), Takao Ikenaga (Kanagawa), Toshifumi Shigematsu (Kanagawa), Hiroshi Okada (Fukuoka) on the 6th of November, 1990, bearing patent number US4967425A.
The present invention relates to sanitary equipment for a clean room, which is provided in a toilet attached to the clean room in an integrated circuit production plant, a food production or processing plant or the like. The first purpose of the present invention is to provide sanitary equipment for a clean room, which does not cause dust or the like to stay in a chamber furnished with the equipment. The second purpose of the present invention is to provide sanitary equipment for a clean room, which enables the user of the equipment to supply washing water without putting a hand into contact with the equipment. Another purpose of the present invention is attained by making the side surface of the body of the sanitary equipment almost vertical and by furnishing fixation elements for fastening the body of the equipment onto a wall, so that the fixation elements do not project into the chamber furnished with the equipment.