HALLA VISTEON CLIMATE CONTROL CORP.
|HALLA VISTEON CLIMATE CONTROL CORP. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140360705||RADIATOR FOR VEHICLE - A vehicle radiator may include a first header tank partitioned through a first barrier rib that is integrally formed at the inside to store a coolant to form a first chamber and a second chamber inside the first header tank, a second header tank disposed apart by a predetermined gap from the first header tank and partitioned through a second barrier rib that is integrally formed therein to correspond to the first barrier rib to form a third chamber and a fourth chamber, a plurality of first and second tubes that are mounted in a vertical direction at each separated position of each inside surface of the first header tank and the second header tank, heat diffusion fins, each of which are formed between the first tubes and the second tubes; and a condenser that is provided at the inside of the fourth chamber in the second header tank.||12-11-2014|
|20140360703||COOLING MODULE FOR VEHICLE - A cooling module for a vehicle may include a radiator with a first header tank receiving coolant, a second header tank at a predetermined distance from the first header tank to exhaust coolant, and a plurality of tubes that connects the first header tank with the second header tank, and a radiating fin is formed therebetween and at a front side of a vehicle, a water cooled condenser that receives refrigerant through a refrigerant pipe in the second header tank formed by laminating a plurality of plates, which condenses refrigerant by exchanging heat with cooled coolant flowing the second header tank, and an air-cooled condenser connected to the water cooled condenser through the refrigerant pipe, receives first-condensed refrigerant from the water cooled condenser, and is disposed at a front side of the radiator to further condense the refrigerant by exchanging heat with outside air.||12-11-2014|
|20140353536||BALL VALVE WITH INTERNAL SEAL ARRANGEMENT, IN PARTICULAR FOR USE IN MOTOR VEHICLE REFRIGERANT CIRCUITS - The invention relates to a ball valve (||12-04-2014|
|20140314592||AIR BLOWER FOR FUEL CELL VEHICLE - Disclosed herein is an air blower for a fuel cell vehicle using bearings. The air blower may include a volute casing, an impeller configured to include a hub and a plurality of wings formed on the outer circumferential surface of the hub and to compress air within the volute casing, a motor casing connected to the volute casing, and a motor configured to include a stator, a rotary shaft lengthily formed to penetrate the stator and configured to have a first side connected to the impeller, a rotator formed on the outer circumferential surface of the rotary shaft, a first bearing provided on the first side of the rotary shaft connected to the impeller, and a second bearing provided on a second side of the rotary shaft.||10-23-2014|
|20140196877||TUBE FOR HEAT EXCHANGER - A folded tube for a heat exchanger is disclosed. The tube includes first and second ends for connection to first and second headers of the heat exchanger. An outer wall of the tube provides at least two channels for carrying a heat exchange fluid between the first and second headers. At least one seam is formed in the outer wall extending the length of the tube, the seam including a pair of opposed flanges extending into the tube to form the two channels, the outer wall joined together along the seam. The tube further includes a first end region and a second end region, and an intermediate region. The tube flattened along its length to form at least two flattened lobes, each lobe including one of the channels, and the lobes in the intermediate region being flatter than the lobes in at least one of the end regions.||07-17-2014|
|20140190658||AIR CONDITIONER FOR VEHICLE - Disclosed therein is an air conditioner for a vehicle, which includes: a bypass passageway formed at a lower portion of an air-conditioning case which bypasses cold air and warm air passageways; a regeneration passageway formed at the lower portion of the air-conditioning case for supplying the air passing through the bypass passageway to a regeneration part of the desiccant rotor; and a heater having one side area arranged on the bypass passageway and the other side area arranged on the warm air passageway. The air conditioner heats the dehumidified air passing through the desiccant part of the desiccant rotor and the bypass passageway by the heater and supplies the heated air to the regeneration part of the desiccant rotor so as to regenerate the desiccant rotor, thereby reducing the number of components and the entire size and enhancing heating performance and increasing an air volume by moving the air, which is heated while passing the bypass passageway through a door mounted in the communication chamber, toward the warm air passageway in a heating mode.||07-10-2014|
|20140170010||VANE ROTARY COMPRESSOR - The present invention relates to a vane rotary compressor in which, while a rotor is rotating, the volume of a compressing chamber is reduced and a fluid such as a refrigerant is compressed. The vane rotary compressor according to one embodiment of the present invention is provided with the compressing chamber, the inner circumferential surface of which is formed in the shape of an involute curve, wherein the rotor is hinge-coupled with a plurality of cantilever vanes such that compression efficiency is high and noise is prevented from occurring during the operation of the compressor.||06-19-2014|
|20140166250||COOLING MODULE FOR VEHICLE - A cooling module for a vehicle may include a radiator that is disposed at a front side of a vehicle and exchanges heat with ambient air to cool coolant that flows therein, a first condenser in which refrigerant flows through a refrigerant pipe and that is disposed in the radiator and exchanges heat with the coolant flowing in the radiator to condense the coolant, and a second condenser that is connected to the first condenser through a refrigerant pipe, the refrigerant that is condensed by the first condenser flowing therein, and is disposed at a front side of the radiator and exchanges heat with ambient air to further condense the refrigerant.||06-19-2014|
|20140166242||COOLING SYSTEM FOR VEHICLE - A cooling system for a vehicle that system includes a radiator disposed in a front of the vehicle, and introduced with cooling water thereinto to cool the cooling water through heat exchange with exterior air;. In addition, a first condenser is disposed at a first side of the radiator in a width direction of the vehicle and connected with the radiator via a cooling water pipe to be introduced with the cooling water, and introduced with refrigerant via a refrigerant pipe to condense the refrigerant through heat exchange with the cooling water therein. A second condenser is interconnected with the first condenser via the refrigerant pipe to be introduced with the refrigerant condensed by the first condenser, and disposed in a front of the radiator to additionally condense the refrigerant through mutual heat exchange of the exterior air introduced while driving the vehicle and the refrigerant.||06-19-2014|
|20140158319||REAR AIR CONDITIONER FOR VEHICLE - A rear air conditioner for a vehicle including a discharge module mounted at an air outflow port of an air-conditioning case and having a discharge case and a rotary mode door; two face vents formed at both side walls of the discharge case; a floor vent formed at the center of the discharge case; and an air mixing zone formed inside the rotary mode door, thereby reducing the size of the air conditioner because a plurality of the vents are intensively arranged in the discharge case, enhancing installability due to the modulated components, reducing a temperature difference of the air discharged to the left and right sides inside the vehicle due to an improved mixability. The inside of the rotary mode door can be utilized as the air mixing zone. The degrees of opening of the face vents and the floor vent are controlled by the single mode door.||06-12-2014|
|20140124161||AIR CONDITIONER FOR VEHICLE - Disclosed therein is an air conditioner for a vehicle, which includes an evaporator and a storage tank getting in surface contact with each other, thereby doubling a cold storage effect by directly transferring cold air of the evaporator to the storage tank in a cooling mode, maximizing the cold storage effect because condensate water generated from the surface of the evaporator additionally cools the surface of the storage tank, and effectively enhancing heat-exchanging performance without increasing capacity of the storage tank. The air conditioner further includes heat-exchanging means mounted inside the storage tank so as to enhance the heat exchange performance of a heat carrier more.||05-08-2014|
|20140069136||COLD-STORAGE HEAT EXCHANGER - Provided is a cold-storage heat exchanger. The cold-storage heat exchanger includes a pair of header tanks, and tubes which are arranged in three rows with respect to the direction of the flow of air and connected at opposite sides thereof to the header tanks. A cold-storage medium is stored in the tubes that are disposed in a middle row, and refrigerant circulates through the tubes that are disposed in front and rear rows. Therefore, the cold-storage medium can effectively store cold-energy transferred from the refrigerant. When the engine of a vehicle is stopping, the cold-storage heat exchanger can discharge the cold-energy that has been stored into the passenger compartment of the vehicle, thus preventing the temperature in the passenger compartment from rapidly increasing, thereby creating pleasant air-conditioned conditions for a user, and minimizing the energy and time required to re-cool the passenger compartment.||03-13-2014|
Patent applications by HALLA VISTEON CLIMATE CONTROL CORP.