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1. (WO2019002185) ENSEMBLE CHAMBRE À FLUIDE CHAUFFABLE ET SON PROCÉDÉ DE FABRICATION
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CLAIMS

1. Heatable fluid chamber assembly (1 ) for a window or headlight washer system of a vehicle, comprising:

a fluid chamber (2) having a first fluid port (3),

a heating line (13), arranged in the fluid chamber (2) and preferably arranged in the first fluid port

(3),

a rotary disk (8), arranged rotatably about an axis (12) in or on the fluid chamber (2) and having a deflector (9), extending into the fluid chamber (2), wherein a portion (15) of the heating line (13) is displaceable by the deflector (9) during a rotation of the rotary disc (8), and wherein the first fluid port (3) extends radially to the axis (12).

2. Heatable fluid chamber assembly according to claim 1 , characterized in that a second fluid port is provided (4) on the fluid chamber (2), preferably extending radially to the axis (12) and/or collinearly to the first fluid port (3).

3. Heatable fluid chamber assembly according to claim 2, characterized in that the heating line (13) runs through the second fluid port (4).

4. Heatable fluid chamber assembly according to claim 2 or 3, characterized in that the deflector (9) in a first rotary position of the rotary disk (8) allows for a preferably straight-lined run of the heating line (13) from the first fluid port (3) to the second fluid port (4) and through the fluid chamber (2).

5. Heatable fluid chamber assembly according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a nozzle unit (6) and/or a check valve is provided in the fluid chamber (2).

6. Heatable fluid chamber assembly according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that in addition to the deflector (9) the rotary disk (8) has a second deflector (14) extending into the fluid chamber (2) and preferably arranged off-centered with respect to the axis (12) at the rotary disk (8).

7. Heatable fluid chamber assembly according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that in a second rotary position, the deflector (9) is arranged in the area of the nozzle unit (6) or of the check valve (7).

8. Heatable fluid chamber assembly according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the deflector (9) or the deflectors (9, 14) is or are configured to wind up the heating line

(13).

9. Method of manufacturing a heatable fluid chamber assembly (1 ) for a window or headlight washer system of a vehicle, comprising:

providing a fluid chamber (2) having a first fluid port (3),

passing a heating line (13) through the first fluid port (3) into the fluid chamber (2),

characterized by deflecting a portion (15) of the heating line (13) by rotating a rotary disk (8) which is arranged rotatably about an axis (12) in or on the fluid chamber (2).

10. Method according to claim 9, characterized by passing the heating line (13) through the fluid chamber (2) and a second fluid port (4).

1 1. Method according to claim 9 or 10, characterized by deflecting the portion (15) of the heating line (13) towards a nozzle unit (6) provided inside the fluid chamber (2) and /or towards a check valve (7) provided inside the fluid chamber (2).

12. Method according to one of claims 9 to 1 1 , characterized in that by rotation of the rotary disk (8) a deflector (9) arranged at the rotary disk (8) engages the heating line (13).

13. Method according to one of claims 9 to 12, characterized in that by rotation of the rotary disk (8) several, preferably two, deflectors (9, 14) arranged at the rotary disk (8) engage the heating line (13), preferably from two opposing sides of the heating line.

14. Method according to one of claims 9 to 13, characterized by rotating the rotary disk (8) by an angle exceeding 45 degrees, preferably exceeding 90 degrees, more preferably exceeding 180 degrees, in particular 360 degrees.

15. Method according to claim 14, characterized by winding the heating line (13) about the deflector (9) or about the deflectors (9, 14).