CN214804482U - Floor cleaning machine - Google Patents

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CN214804482U
CN214804482U CN202120369960.0U CN202120369960U CN214804482U CN 214804482 U CN214804482 U CN 214804482U CN 202120369960 U CN202120369960 U CN 202120369960U CN 214804482 U CN214804482 U CN 214804482U
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A floor scrubber, comprising: the mop component comprises an outer frame body and a rolling brush component; the rolling brush assembly comprises a rolling brush and a horizontal rotating shaft, and the rolling brush can rotate around the horizontal rotating shaft; the body assembly is arranged above the mop component and is movably connected with the mop component, and the body assembly comprises a first containing box for providing cleaning water and a second containing box for recovering cleaned sewage; one end of the liquid recovery pipeline is connected with the mop component, and the other end of the liquid recovery pipeline is communicated with the second containing box; the motor assembly is used for forming negative pressure; the mop component is provided with an auxiliary cleaning brush which is arranged at the side of the bottom of the outer frame body. The application provides a floor cleaning machine sets up supplementary cleaning brush through the avris that drags the subassembly at the ground, drags the subassembly during operation in the ground, supplementary cleaning brush begins to rotate and brushes some ash that are difficult to clean on the ground, and the scrubbing brush of being convenient for is easily inhaled the dust, promotes and cleans the effect, effectively eliminates clean dead angle, promotes user's experience.

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Floor cleaning machine
[ technical field ] A method for producing a semiconductor device
The invention relates to the technical field of cleaning equipment, in particular to a floor washing machine.
[ background of the invention ]
The floor washing machine is increasingly popular with the majority of users as a cleaning household appliance, and particularly, the wireless floor washing machine product is popular with the users because the wireless floor washing machine product is powered by a battery and is not bound by a power line when in use. With the development of floor washing machines, users are concerned more and more about the cleaning efficiency of the floor washing machines.
A common floor scrubber includes a handle, a main body portion, a dirt recovery conduit, and a mop assembly. The main machine part is provided with a motor component, a clean water tank and a dirty water tank. The clean water tank is used for supplying cleaning water and for wetting the roll brush and the floor. The dirty water tank is used for recycling the cleaned sewage. The handle is connected to the host part. The host part is arranged above the mop component and is movably connected with the mop component. One end of the dirty recovery pipeline is connected with the mop component, and the other end of the dirty recovery pipeline is communicated with the dirty water tank. The motor assembly is used for recovering the sewage collected by the mopping assembly to the dirty water tank through the dirty recovery pipeline.
The mop assembly usually comprises an outer frame body and a rolling brush at least partially positioned in the outer frame body, and in the actual cleaning process, the floor cleaning machine picks up dust by means of the rotation of the rolling brush, and under the normal condition, the collected dust in the front of the moving direction of the floor brush cannot be effectively cleaned at the dead angle of wall corners and other cleaning corners, so that a user can clean the floor cleaning machine by using a dust collector for secondary manual cleaning.
[ summary of the invention ]
The invention aims to provide a floor washing machine, which solves the problem of low cleaning efficiency of a floor brush.
The purpose of the invention is realized by the following technical scheme:
a floor scrubber, comprising:
the mop assembly comprises an outer frame body, an accommodating cavity formed in the outer frame body and a rolling brush assembly which is arranged in the accommodating cavity and used for cleaning the ground;
the rolling brush assembly comprises a rolling brush and a horizontal rotating shaft, the rolling brush is arranged in the accommodating cavity through the horizontal rotating shaft, and the rolling brush can rotate around the horizontal rotating shaft;
the body assembly is arranged above the mop component and is movably connected with the mop component, and the body assembly also comprises a first containing box for providing cleaning water and a second containing box for recovering cleaned sewage;
one end of the liquid recovery pipeline is connected with the mop component, and the other end of the liquid recovery pipeline is communicated with the second containing box;
be equipped with supplementary cleaning brush on the mop subassembly, the avris of outer frame body bottom is located to supplementary cleaning brush.
In one embodiment, the auxiliary cleaning brush is disposed at a front side of the outer frame, and the auxiliary cleaning brush is disposed at a left side and/or a right side of the front side.
In one embodiment, the auxiliary cleaning brush is disposed at a rear side of the rolling brush, and the auxiliary cleaning brush is disposed at a left side and/or a right side of a rear side of the outer frame.
In one embodiment, the rolling brush assembly has a rolling brush axis, and the mop assembly includes a midline parallel to the rolling brush axis, the midline lying in a medial vertical plane passing through at least a portion of the auxiliary cleaning brush.
In one embodiment, the auxiliary cleaning brush comprises bristles, and at least one part of the bristles extends out of the side of the bottom of the outer frame body.
In one embodiment, the outer frame has a front portion and a rear portion opposite to each other, the rolling brush assembly includes a first brush body disposed at the front portion of the outer frame and a second brush body disposed at the rear portion of the outer frame, and the auxiliary cleaning brush is disposed between the first brush body and the second brush body.
In one embodiment, the mop assembly further comprises a suction port, the suction port comprises a first gas-liquid inlet and a second gas-liquid inlet, the first gas-liquid inlet is disposed facing the first brush body, the second gas-liquid inlet is disposed facing the second brush body, and the auxiliary cleaning brush is disposed between the first gas-liquid inlet and the second gas-liquid inlet.
In one embodiment, the mop assembly includes a positioning plate at the bottom, and the auxiliary cleaning brush is mounted on the positioning plate.
In one embodiment, the positioning plate is disposed between the first brush body and the second brush body, and the positioning plate is configured to form the first gas-liquid inlet and the second gas-liquid inlet together with the first brush body and the second brush body.
In one embodiment, an installation part for installing an auxiliary cleaning brush is arranged on the side edge of the positioning plate, an accommodating cavity is formed in the installation part, the auxiliary cleaning brush comprises a side brush, a vertical rotating shaft and a side brush motor located in the accommodating cavity, the vertical rotating shaft is coaxially connected with an output shaft of the side brush motor, and the side brush motor drives the side brush to rotate through the vertical rotating shaft.
Compared with the prior art, the invention has the following beneficial effects: the application provides a floor cleaning machine through setting up supplementary cleaning brush at the mop subassembly avris, and when the scrubbing brush during operation, the limit brush begins to rotate and brushes some hard ashes that are difficult to clean on the ground, and the scrubbing brush of being convenient for is light to be inhaled the dust, promotes and cleans the effect, effectively eliminates clean dead angle, promotes user's experience.
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In order to more clearly illustrate the technical solutions in the embodiments of the present application, the drawings needed to be used in the description of the embodiments are briefly introduced below, and it is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the present application, and it is obvious for those skilled in the art to obtain other drawings based on these drawings without creative efforts. Wherein:
FIG. 1 is a schematic view of a mop assembly according to an embodiment of the present disclosure.
FIG. 2 is a schematic view of the mop assembly of FIG. 1 in use on a scrubber.
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In order to make the aforementioned objects, features and advantages of the present application more comprehensible, embodiments accompanying the present application are described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings. It is to be understood that the specific embodiments described herein are merely illustrative of the application and are not limiting of the application. It should be further noted that, for the convenience of description, only some of the structures related to the present application are shown in the drawings, not all of the structures. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present application.
The terms "comprising" and "having," as well as any variations thereof, in this application are intended to cover non-exclusive inclusions. For example, a process, method, system, article, or apparatus that comprises a list of steps or elements is not limited to only those steps or elements listed, but may alternatively include other steps or elements not listed, or inherent to such process, method, article, or apparatus.
It will be understood that when an element is referred to as being "secured to" another element, it can be directly on the other element or intervening elements may also be present. When an element is referred to as being "connected" to another element, it can be directly connected to the other element or intervening elements may also be present. The terms "vertical," "horizontal," "left," "right," and the like as used herein are for illustrative purposes only.
Unless defined otherwise, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. The terminology used in the description of the invention herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the invention. As used herein, the term "and/or" includes any and all combinations of one or more of the associated listed items.
Reference herein to "an embodiment" means that a particular feature, structure, or characteristic described in connection with the embodiment can be included in at least one embodiment of the application. The appearances of the phrase in various places in the specification are not necessarily all referring to the same embodiment, nor are separate or alternative embodiments mutually exclusive of other embodiments. It is explicitly and implicitly understood by one skilled in the art that the embodiments described herein can be combined with other embodiments.
Referring to fig. 1, an embodiment of the present application provides a mop assembly 100, which includes a roller brush assembly, an outer frame 30, and a suction opening. The roll brush assembly includes a first brush body 10 and a second brush body 20. When the mop assembly 100 is operated, the first brush body 10 and the second brush body 20 rotate and brush dust on the floor, and the dust is sucked into the mop assembly 100 along with the airflow by the negative pressure.
The roll brush assembly has a roll brush axis, and in particular, the first brush body 10 has a first axis, the second brush body 20 has a second axis, and the first brush body 10 and the second brush body 20 are rotatable about the first axis and the second axis, respectively. The first axis and the second axis are parallel to each other and are at least partially housed within the outer frame 30. The first and second axes are generally perpendicular to the fore-aft direction of the mop assembly 100 (i.e., generally perpendicular to the direction of vacuum cleaning movement of the mop assembly 100, and/or generally parallel to the front side of the mop assembly 100). The first and second brush bodies 10 and 20 may be coupled to one or more motors and rotated about the above-mentioned axis by the motors, the first and second brush bodies 10 and 2 being driven to rotate at high speed to clean the floor.
Referring to fig. 1, the outer frame 30 has a front portion 301 and a rear portion 302. The first brush body 10 and the second brush body 20 are arranged side by side and spaced apart from each other, the first brush body 10 is disposed at the front portion 301 of the outer frame 30, and the second brush body 20 is disposed at the rear portion 302 of the outer frame 30.
In an embodiment, the first brush body may include one rolling brush, or may include a plurality of small rolling brushes, and the plurality of small rolling brushes may be arranged laterally side by side at the front portion of the outer frame 30, or may be arranged front and back side by side only as a whole relatively close to the front end of the outer frame 30.
Referring to fig. 1, the outer frame 30 defines a receiving cavity 303, and the first brush body 10 and the second brush body 20 are at least partially received in the receiving cavity 303. The suction opening is defined between the first brush body 10 and the second brush body 20, and provides at least a portion of a flow path into the receiving cavity 303 and enables debris such as dust to be carried through the suction opening into the receiving cavity 303.
In the mop assembly 100 of the above embodiment, the double rolling brushes are arranged to improve the cleaning efficiency and the cleaning effect, but the cleaning of a part of dead angles, such as corners of walls, still cannot be realized, and in order to effectively remove dust in the dead angles, the mop assembly 100 of an embodiment of the present application further includes an auxiliary cleaning brush 40 arranged at the side of the outer frame 30, and the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is located between the first brush body 10 and the second brush body 20. Under the condition that efficiency promotes is cleaned because the design that has two round brushes at round brush subassembly 100 itself, through set up supplementary cleaning brush 40 at the avris that mop subassembly 100, mop subassembly 100 during operation, supplementary cleaning brush 40 begins to rotate and brushes some hard ash that are difficult to clean subaerial, is convenient for mop subassembly 100 and easily inhales the dust, promotes and cleans the effect, effectively eliminates clean dead angle, promotes user's experience.
In an embodiment, referring to fig. 1, the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 includes at least two auxiliary cleaning brushes 40, and the at least two auxiliary cleaning brushes 40 are respectively located at two sides of the outer frame 30 and are both located between the first brush 10 and the second brush 20. The auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is arranged on both sides of the outer frame 30, so that the mop assembly 100 can be cleaned at dead angles in different directions in the moving process, and meanwhile, the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is arranged on the side edge and located between the two rolling brushes, so that dust brushed by the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 can be cleaned by the first brush body 10 and/or the second brush body 20 more conveniently and then is sucked away.
In an embodiment, referring to fig. 1, the suction port of the mop assembly 100 includes a first gas-liquid inlet 51 and a second gas-liquid inlet 52, the first gas-liquid inlet 51 is disposed facing the first brush 10, the second gas-liquid inlet 52 is disposed facing the second brush 20, and the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is disposed between the first gas-liquid inlet 51 and the second gas-liquid inlet 52. The auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is arranged between the first gas-liquid inlet 51 and the second gas-liquid inlet 52, so that dust brushed by the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is directly sucked away by the negative pressure gas flow in the first gas-liquid inlet 51 and/or the second gas-liquid inlet 52.
In one embodiment, the mop assembly 40 includes a centerline that is parallel to the roll brush axis. In particular, the mop assembly 100 comprises a median line parallel to the first axis and/or the second axis, which median line passes through at least part of the auxiliary cleaning brush 40, in particular a median vertical plane in which the median line lies passes through at least part of the auxiliary cleaning brush 40. In the present embodiment, the midline, which is generally perpendicular to the fore-aft direction, generally refers to the mid-line in the dimension of the mop assembly 100, which is the plane substantially perpendicular to the fore-aft direction and to the cleaning surface.
Referring to fig. 1, the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 includes bristles 401 contacting with the ground, and at least a portion of the bristles 401 extends beyond the bottom side of the outer frame 30. So set up, the dust of dead angle position outside outer frame body 30 can be brushed to brush hair 401, brushes the dead ash that has been difficult to clean for a long time with subaerial deposit, then is cleared up by the round brush again, is easily siphoned away again. The bristles 401 may be flocked, fluffed or made of other materials.
To facilitate the installation of the auxiliary cleaning brush 40, referring to fig. 1, the mop assembly 100 includes a positioning plate 304 at the bottom, and the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is installed on the positioning plate 304. The positioning plate 304 is disposed between the first brush body 10 and the second brush body 20, and the positioning plate 304 is configured to form the first gas-liquid inlet 51 and the second gas-liquid inlet 52 together with the first brush body 10 and the second brush body 20.
In one embodiment, the side of the positioning plate 304 is provided with an installation portion for installing the auxiliary cleaning brush 40, the installation portion is provided with an accommodation cavity (not shown), the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 comprises a side brush, a vertical rotating shaft and a side brush motor located in the accommodation cavity, the vertical rotating shaft is coaxially connected with an output shaft of the side brush motor, and the side brush motor drives the side brush to rotate through the vertical rotating shaft. In this embodiment, the side brush motor controls the rotation of the side brush, so that the side brush can realize an action similar to a 'swinging head', the sweeping range of the side brush is further expanded, and the position of the side brush is adjusted to adapt to cleaning areas with different shapes.
In the above embodiment, the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is mounted on the positioning plate 304, but in another embodiment, the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 may be mounted by using a moving block and a sliding groove, specifically, the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 may be mounted on a moving block (not shown), the sliding groove (not shown) is provided at the bottom of the outer frame 30, and the moving block is movably provided in the sliding groove. In this embodiment, the length of the bristles 401 of the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 extending out of the outer frame 30 can be adjusted by adjusting the position of the movable block, so that deeper corner positions can be cleaned more effectively, the sweeping range of the floor brush is expanded, and the cleaning efficiency is improved. The direction of the sliding groove can be arranged along the left-right direction which is basically vertical to the front-back direction, so that the moving block can be installed in the sliding groove in a drawing mode along the left-right direction, and then the length of the brush bristles 401 extending out of the outer frame body 30 is controlled by controlling different positions of the moving block in the sliding groove, and the cleaning range of the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is further adjusted.
In one embodiment, sliding grooves with different drawing depths can be provided at different positions, so that the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 can be selectively installed at different positions of the outer frame 30, and the length of the bristles 401 extending out of the outer frame 30 can be controlled, thereby adjusting the extending position and the cleaning range of the auxiliary cleaning brush 40.
On the basis of changing the position and the cleaning range of the side brush in a pull-out manner, a rotary rod (not shown) can be additionally arranged, and the position of the extending bristles 401 can be adjusted through the rotary motion mode of the rotary rod, and meanwhile, the side brush can swing or rotate around a circumference under the driving of the rotary rod during cleaning, so that the cleaning range of the side brush is further expanded, and the side brush can also adapt to more complex wall shapes. The limit brush can stretch to the corner department of wall body, and then the laying dust of clean dead angle department, has both promoted clean effect, has also made things convenient for user's use, alleviates the fatigue of user when using the dust catcher.
The mop assembly 100 of the present embodiment can be used for various cleaning products, and in one embodiment, the mop assembly 100 is used in a steam engine that includes the mop assembly 100.
As shown in FIG. 2, in one particular embodiment, the mop assembly 100 is used in a floor washing machine that includes a push portion 61, a body assembly 62, a recovery fluid conduit (not shown), and the mop assembly 100 described above. The body assembly 62 is provided with a motor component 63, a first accommodating box 64 and a second accommodating box 65. The first receiving tank 64 is used to supply cleaning water and to wet the roll brush and the floor. The second tank 65 is used to recover the cleaned sewage. The pushing portion 61 is connected to the body assembly 62. The body assembly 62 is disposed above the mop assembly 100 and is movably connected to the mop assembly 100. One end of the recycling liquid pipeline is connected with the mop assembly 100, and the other end of the recycling liquid pipeline is communicated with the second containing box 65. The motor assembly 63 is used for recovering the sewage collected by the mop assembly 100 to the second container 65 through the recovery liquid pipeline.
Wherein, the pushing part 61 is used for being operated and held by a user. The pushing part 61 is indirectly connected with the mop assembly 100, and a user holds the pushing part 61, thereby operating the mop assembly 100 to perform a cleaning task on the floor. In one implementation, the pushing portion 61 is not in use and can be stably stood on the mop assembly 100, and the floor washing machine can be called as an upright floor washing machine.
The motor assembly 63 is used to create a negative pressure to draw sewage on the ground into the second receiving tank 65. The scrubber also comprises a recycling liquid pipe (not shown), one end of the recycling liquid pipe is communicated with the second containing box 65, the other end of the recycling liquid pipe is communicated with the suction port of the mop assembly 100, under the action of negative pressure, the sewage on the ground is sucked through the suction port, flows into the second containing box 65 through the recycling liquid pipe and is temporarily stored in the second containing box 65. In a particular embodiment, the motor assembly 63 includes a motor 631 and an impeller (not shown), the motor 631 driving the impeller to rotate to generate the negative pressure. In another embodiment, the motor assembly 63 may also employ a vacuum pump to create the negative pressure.
As shown in fig. 2, a battery pack 66 is used to supply power for improved portability of the scrubber. The battery pack 66 is disposed in the outer frame 30, electrically connected to the motor, and provides electric power for the motor to operate.
The body assembly 62 communicates the second tank 65 with the suction port of the mop assembly 100 through a recovery liquid pipe to form a sewage recovery passage, and communicates the first tank 64 with the mop assembly 100 through a clean water supply pipe (not shown) to form a cleaning water supply passage. Wherein the recovery liquid pipeline and the clear water supply pipeline are both flexible hoses.
In the foregoing description of the embodiment of the scrubber machine, the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 of the mop assembly 100 used in the scrubber machine is located between the first brush body 10 and the second brush body 20, and between the first air/liquid inlet 51 and the second air/liquid inlet 52.
In another embodiment, the mop assembly 100 may include a single roller brush or a multi-roller brush, and the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 included in the mop assembly 100, whether the single roller brush or the multi-roller brush, is disposed on the front side of the outer frame 30, and particularly, the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is disposed on the left and/or right of the front side. In a particular embodiment, when the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is disposed at a position near the airflow inlet on the front side.
In another embodiment, the mop assembly 100 may include a single roller brush or a multi-roller brush, and the auxiliary cleaning brush 40 is disposed at the rear side of the outer frame 30, specifically, at the left and/or right of the rear side of the outer frame in the mop assembly 100 with a single roller brush or a multi-roller brush.
The above is only one embodiment of the present invention, and any other modifications based on the concept of the present invention are considered as the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. A floor scrubber, comprising:
the mop assembly comprises an outer frame body, an accommodating cavity formed in the outer frame body and a rolling brush assembly which is arranged in the accommodating cavity and used for cleaning the ground;
the rolling brush assembly comprises a rolling brush and a horizontal rotating shaft, the rolling brush is arranged in the accommodating cavity through the horizontal rotating shaft, and the rolling brush can rotate around the horizontal rotating shaft;
the body assembly is arranged above the mop component and is movably connected with the mop component, and the body assembly also comprises a first containing box for providing cleaning water and a second containing box for recovering cleaned sewage;
one end of the liquid recovery pipeline is connected with the mop component, and the other end of the liquid recovery pipeline is communicated with the second containing box;
be equipped with supplementary cleaning brush on the mop subassembly, the avris of outer frame body bottom is located to supplementary cleaning brush.
2. The floor washing machine of claim 1, wherein the auxiliary cleaning brush is disposed at a front side of the outer frame, the auxiliary cleaning brush being disposed at a left and/or right side of the front side.
3. The floor washing machine according to claim 1, wherein the auxiliary cleaning brush is disposed at a rear side of the drum brush, and the auxiliary cleaning brush is disposed at a left and/or right side of a rear side of the outer frame.
4. The scrubber of claim 1, wherein the scrubber assembly has a scrubber axis, and wherein the mop assembly includes a centerline parallel to the scrubber axis, the centerline lying in a medial vertical plane passing through at least a portion of the auxiliary cleaning brush.
5. The floor scrubber of claim 1, wherein the auxiliary cleaning brush includes bristles, at least a portion of the bristles extending beyond a side of the bottom of the outer frame.
6. The floor washing machine of claim 1, wherein the outer frame has opposing front and rear portions, the roll brush assembly including a first brush disposed at the front portion of the outer frame and a second brush disposed at the rear portion of the outer frame, the auxiliary cleaning brush being positioned between the first brush and the second brush.
7. The floor scrubber of claim 6, wherein the floor scrubber assembly further comprises a suction port, the suction port including a first air/liquid inlet disposed facing the first brush body and a second air/liquid inlet disposed facing the second brush body, the auxiliary cleaning brush disposed between the first air/liquid inlet and the second air/liquid inlet.
8. The floor scrubber of claim 7, wherein the floor scrubber assembly includes a retaining plate at the bottom, the auxiliary cleaning brush being mounted to the retaining plate.
9. The floor scrubber of claim 8, wherein the positioning plate is disposed between the first brush body and the second brush body, the positioning plate configured to form the first gas-liquid inlet and the second gas-liquid inlet with the first brush body and the second brush body.
10. The floor washing machine as claimed in claim 8, wherein the side of the positioning plate is provided with an installation part for installing an auxiliary cleaning brush, the installation part is provided with an accommodation cavity, the auxiliary cleaning brush comprises an edge brush, a vertical rotating shaft and an edge brush motor located in the accommodation cavity, the vertical rotating shaft is coaxially connected with an output shaft of the edge brush motor, and the edge brush motor drives the edge brush to rotate through the vertical rotating shaft.
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