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US20050178140: Absorption pipe structure of compressor

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Filing Information

Inventor(s) In Jung · Jungwoo Lee · Seong Bae · Sim Chin ·
Assignee(s) LG Electronics Inc. ·
Correspondent GREENBLUM & BERNSTEIN, P.L.C. ·
Application Number US10943104
Filing date 09/17/2004
Publication date 08/18/2005
Predicted expiration date 09/17/2024
U.S. Classifications 62/295  ·
International Classifications --
Kind CodeA1
Foreign Priority KR100772004 - 02/16/2004 ·
20 Claims, 5 Drawings


Abstract

An absorption pipe structure of a compressor, capable of reducing vibration of the absorption pipe and making the machinery room small-sized, by making short the length of the absorption pipe connected with the compressor and forming the curved part formed in a proper diameter, is provided.

Independent Claims | See all claims (20)

  1. 1. An absorption pipe structure of a compressor comprising: a compressor where vibration occurs; a four-way valve for switching between a cooling and a heating operations of an air conditioner; and an absorption pipe for getting a refrigerant to flow into the compressor from the four-way valve, more than one place of which is looped, and a height of a lowest end of which is positioned at a place which corresponds to one third of the whole height of the compressor.
  2. 11. An absorption pipe structure of a compressor comprising: a compressor for compressing a refrigerant; a refrigerant supplying part for supplying a refrigerant to the compressor; and an absorption pipe for connecting the compressor with the refrigerant supplying part, wherein at least more than one part is looped and a diameter of a curved part at the looped part is less than three times that of the pipe.
  3. 18. An absorption pipe structure of a compressor comprising: a compressor for compressing a refrigerant; a refrigerant supplying part for supplying a refrigerant to the compressor; and an absorption pipe for connecting the compressor with the refrigerant supplying part, wherein at least more than one part is looped and on a portion directly connected to the compressor, a straight pipe part whose length is less than four times the pipe's diameter is formed.

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