CN216221350U - Cleaning device - Google Patents

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CN216221350U
CN216221350U CN202122278952.8U CN202122278952U CN216221350U CN 216221350 U CN216221350 U CN 216221350U CN 202122278952 U CN202122278952 U CN 202122278952U CN 216221350 U CN216221350 U CN 216221350U
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范苏湘
张如
倪文翊
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The application relates to a cleaning device comprising: a rod body; the cleaning head is arranged close to the bottom end of the rod body; a vacuum source assembly disposed on the wand above the cleaning head, the vacuum source assembly configured to generate a negative pressure; the liquid storage assembly comprises a supply box and a recovery box, the supply box is arranged on the rod body so as to be positioned above the cleaning head, and the recovery box is arranged in the cleaning head; wherein, the vacuum source component is detachably connected with the supply box and the rod body. The supply box is arranged on the rod body, and the recovery box is arranged in the cleaning head, so that the bearing of the rod body is reduced, the labor is saved when a user uses the cleaning equipment, and the overall layout of the cleaning equipment is more compact and reasonable; simultaneously, can dismantle the connection with vacuum source subassembly and supply box and the body of rod to can only realize doing the cleanness through the vacuum source subassembly, and need not to use cleaning device wholly, use more nimble and convenient and fast.

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Cleaning device
The present application claims priority from chinese patent application entitled "cleaning device" filed on 28/04/2021 by the chinese patent office under the application number 202110465137.4, the contents of which are incorporated herein by reference.
[ technical field ] A method for producing a semiconductor device
The application relates to a cleaning device, and belongs to the technical field of cleaning.
[ background of the invention ]
Cleaning devices, such as floor washers, have been increasingly used for cleaning household floors, which have many advantages such as saving labor and good cleaning effect. A floor washing machine typically includes a cleaner head, a clean water tank for supplying cleaning liquid to the cleaner head, and a main unit docked with the cleaner head for generating a negative pressure to enable dirt to be cleaned. In the prior art, the structure of the floor washing machine is unreasonable in different parts, so that the size is large. Meanwhile, the main machine and the cleaning head are generally not detachable, so that the use is not flexible, and inconvenience is brought to users.
Accordingly, there is a need for improvements in the art that overcome the deficiencies in the prior art.
[ Utility model ] content
An object of this application is to provide a cleaning device, its rationally distributed and can improve the flexibility of using, compact structure and clean respond well.
The purpose of the application is realized by the following technical scheme: a cleaning device, comprising:
a rod body;
a cleaning head disposed adjacent to a bottom end of the wand, the cleaning head configured to move over a surface to be cleaned to clean the surface to be cleaned;
a vacuum source assembly disposed on the wand above the cleaning head, the vacuum source assembly configured to generate a negative pressure; and
the liquid storage assembly comprises a supply box and a recovery box, the supply box is arranged on the rod body so as to be positioned above the cleaning head, and the recovery box is arranged in the cleaning head;
wherein, the vacuum source assembly is detachably connected with the supply box and the rod body.
In one embodiment, the vacuum source assembly is configured to provide a combination use mode mounted in docking with the supply tank and a stand-alone use mode when detached from the supply tank;
wherein the cleaning device further comprises a suction duct and a docking port communicating with the suction duct, the docking port is disposed above the supply tank, and the vacuum source assembly has an air inlet communicating with the docking port.
In one embodiment, the centerlines of the vacuum source assembly and the supply tank are disposed parallel to the centerline of the rod.
In one embodiment, at least a portion of the suction duct is disposed within the shaft.
In one embodiment, the centerlines of the vacuum source assembly and the supply tank are coincident or substantially coincident with the centerline of the rod.
In one embodiment, the suction duct is arranged at one side of the supply tank.
In one embodiment, the vacuum source assembly comprises a motor and a dust bin coupled to the motor, the motor being positioned above the dust bin.
In one embodiment, the vacuum source assembly further comprises a battery pack connected to the motor, the battery pack being positioned above the motor; or, the battery pack is positioned at one side of the motor.
In one embodiment, the cleaning apparatus further comprises a handle connected to the vacuum source assembly.
In one embodiment, a projection of the vacuum source assembly and the supply tank at least partially covers the recovery tank.
Compared with the prior art, the method has the following beneficial effects: the supply box is arranged on the rod body, and the recovery box is arranged in the cleaning head, so that the bearing of the rod body is reduced, the labor is saved when a user uses the cleaning equipment, and the overall layout of the cleaning equipment is more compact and reasonable; simultaneously, can dismantle the connection with vacuum source subassembly and supply box and the body of rod to can only realize doing the cleanness through the vacuum source subassembly, and need not to use cleaning device wholly, use more nimble and convenient and fast.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic view of a vacuum source assembly and supply tank combination of a cleaning apparatus in an embodiment of the present application.
FIG. 2 is a schematic view of the vacuum source assembly and supply tank of the cleaning apparatus of the present application shown disassembled.
Fig. 3 is a schematic cross-sectional view of fig. 2.
FIG. 4 is a schematic view of a vacuum source assembly and supply tank combination of a cleaning apparatus in another embodiment of the present application.
[ detailed description ] embodiments
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.
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 to 3, the cleaning apparatus 100 of the present application is used for cleaning a surface to be cleaned, which may be a floor surface, a wall surface or a dirty surface of other objects, and the application target or the application scene of the cleaning apparatus 100 is not specifically limited in the present application. It should be noted that the cleaning device 100 of the present application has both a suction function and a mopping function, and the suction function and the mopping function can be activated simultaneously, or operated in steps according to actual needs, or operated independently. Wherein the suction function can be a dust suction function and/or a water suction function.
Taking the handheld floor washing machine 100 as an example, the handheld floor washing machine 100 comprises a cleaning head 3, a rod body 1 and a handle 2, which are connected in sequence, i.e. the cleaning head 3 and the handle 2 are respectively arranged at two sides of the rod body 1. A user may manipulate the direction of movement of the hand-held scrubber machine 100 by manipulating the handle 2.
Use the state of handheld scrubber 100 of user as the standard, at this moment, the body of rod 1 is towards human one side by definition as the rear end, and the body of rod 1 is kept away from one side by definition as the front end, and handle 2 sets up at the front end of the body of rod 1, and sets up the upper end at the body of rod 1. The purpose of this is to: the force applied by the user to the handle 2 is decomposed into a horizontal force, which is arranged parallel to the ground, and a vertical force, which is arranged perpendicular to the ground. When the handle 2 is arranged at the front end of the rod body 1, a first included angle exists between the rod body 1 and the ground when a user uses the handheld floor washing machine 100; when the handle 2 is arranged at the rear end of the rod body 1, a second included angle exists between the rod body 1 and the ground when the user uses the handheld floor washing machine 100, and the first included angle is smaller than the second included angle. When the included angle between the rod body 1 and the ground is smaller, the vertical acting force is smaller, namely the acting force exerted on the handle 2 by a user is smaller, so that the aim of saving labor is fulfilled.
The handle 2 may be linear or curved, and is not particularly limited herein, depending on the actual situation. In the present embodiment, the handle 2 is disposed in a curved shape, and specifically, the handle 2 is in a ring shape to fit the shape of a human hand. The two ends of the annular handle 2 are respectively connected with the rod body 1, so that the phenomenon of slipping caused by a user in the process of operating the handle 2 is prevented. More specifically, a slip prevention member may be further provided on the handle 2 to enhance a frictional force between the handle 2 and the human hand. The anti-slip member may be a protrusion protruding outward from the surface of the handle 2 or a groove recessed inward from the surface of the handle 2, or may be a rubber or other articles adhered or sleeved on the handle 2.
The cleaning head 3 is disposed adjacent to the bottom end of the wand 1 and the cleaning head 3 is configured to move over a surface to be cleaned to clean the surface to be cleaned. Specifically, the cleaning head 3 includes a housing 31, a rolling brush 32 rotatably connected to the housing 31, and a driving member connected to the rolling brush 32 to drive the rolling brush 32 to rotate, and the driving member may be directly connected to the rolling brush 32 or may be connected to the rolling brush 32 through a transmission member. Wherein the driving member is a driving motor 41.
When the driving part is directly connected with the rolling brush 32, the driving part and the rolling brush 32 are coaxially arranged, so that the situation that the rolling brush 32 swings up and down when the driving part drives the rolling brush 32 to rotate is avoided, and the cleaning efficiency is improved. Specifically, the mode that cavity, driving piece setting are just connected with round brush 32 in the cavity in can adopting round brush 32 to realize, reducible driving piece and round brush 32's occupation space, the arranging of each device in the casing 31 of being convenient for to make cleaner head 3 whole more compact.
When the driving member is connected to the roll brush 32 by a transmission member, the driving member may be disposed at a rear side of the roll brush 32 to reduce the entire width of the cleaning head 3. In this case, the transmission member may be a pulley transmission, a gear transmission, etc., and is not particularly limited herein, depending on the actual situation.
The hand-held floor washing machine 100 has both wet and dry cleaning functions, and therefore, the hand-held floor washing machine 100 further includes a vacuum source assembly 4 and a reservoir assembly 5. The liquid storage assembly 5 comprises a supply tank 51 and a recovery tank 52, wherein the supply tank 51 is a clean water tank for storing clean water or detergent and delivering the clean water or detergent to the roller brush 32 for wetting the roller brush 32 under the action of a water pump of the hand-held floor washing machine 100. The recycling tank 52 is a sewage tank, and the dirt in the rolling brush 32 is sucked into the sewage tank from the suction opening 8 of the cleaning head 3 under the negative pressure of the vacuum source assembly 4, so that the hand-held floor washing machine 100 can clean while sweeping.
In order to reduce the load on the rods 1, the vacuum source assembly 4 and the supply boxes 51 are disposed on the rods 1. That is, the vacuum source assembly 4 and the supply tank 51 are positioned above the cleaning head 3, and the recovery tank 52 is provided in the cleaning head 3. The purpose of this is to: the large weight and volume of the vacuum source assembly 4, disposed within the cleaning head 3, increases the weight and volume of the cleaning head 3; meanwhile, the recycling box 52 is arranged in the cleaning head 3 and is closer to the suction opening 8 in the cleaning head 3, so that the moving path of dirt between the suction opening 8 and the recycling box 52 is reduced, and the cleaning efficiency of the handheld floor washing machine 100 is improved.
In this embodiment, the projection of the vacuum source assembly 4 and supply tank 51 at least partially covers the recovery tank 52 when the hand-held scrubber 100 is not in use. The purpose of this is to: the center of gravity of the hand-held floor washing machine 100 is reasonably distributed, and the hand-held floor washing machine 100 can be erected without being supported by external force when not in use.
Referring to fig. 3, the hand-held floor washing machine 100 further includes a suction duct 6 communicating with the suction port 8 and a docking port 7 communicating with the suction duct 6, and the vacuum source assembly 4 has an air inlet for docking with the docking port 7. Specifically, the vacuum source assembly 4 includes a motor 41, and the air inlet of the vacuum source assembly 4 is an air inlet of the motor 41. The motor 41 generates heat during operation, and the fresh water or detergent in the supply tank 51 dissipates heat from the motor 41, so that the motor 41 is disposed adjacent to the supply tank 51. In order to further dissipate heat of the motor 41, an air outlet and a grid arranged at the air outlet are formed in one side, far away from the rod body 1, of the vacuum source assembly 4, and the grid is obliquely arranged towards the bottom end of the rod body 1 so as to prevent blown air flow from facing towards a human body.
The vacuum source assembly 4 also includes a dirt box 42, the dirt box 42 being configured to separate and store dirt from the airflow to prevent the dirt from entering the motor 41, thereby affecting the operation of the motor 41 and, in turn, the overall service life of the hand-held scrubber 100. The dust box 42 is of a conventional structure, and includes a housing and a cyclone separator disposed in the housing, for example, which will not be described herein. The dust box 42 is disposed below the motor 41 and above the supply box 51 to filter the airflow.
The vacuum source assembly 4 further includes a battery pack 43 for supplying power to the motor 41, and the battery pack 43 may be disposed at one side of the motor 41 to shorten a wiring distance between the battery pack 43 and the motor 41, or disposed above the motor 41 without affecting the use of the dust box 42.
Wherein the vacuum source assembly 4 is disposed above the supply tank 51 to be disposed near an upper end of the rod body 1, and the upper end of the rod body 1 is opposite to a lower end of the rod body 1. At this time, the vacuum source assembly 4 is detachably connected to the supply tank 51 and the rod 1. That is, the user can detach the vacuum source assembly 4 as a whole to perform a separate work.
Referring to fig. 1 and 2, the vacuum source assembly 4 is configured to have a combined use mode in which it is attached in abutment with the supply tank 51 and a separate use mode in which it is detached from the supply tank 51. When vacuum source assembly 4 is mounted in abutting relation to supply tank 51 and in the combined use mode, the hand-held scrubber may be wet cleaned (with vacuum source assembly 4 activated and supply tank 51 supplying water to roller brush 32) or dry cleaned (with only vacuum source assembly 4 activated and no water placed in supply tank 51 or with the water pump deactivated). It should be noted that the vacuum source assembly 4 is further provided with an on-off button 45 for turning on and off the motor 41, and the on-off button 45 is disposed on the handle 44. When the vacuum source assembly 4 is in the combined use mode, the motor 41 can be started by the start-stop button 45 and the start-stop switch of the whole handheld floor washing machine 100; when the vacuum source assembly 4 is in the single use mode, only the on-off button 45 can activate the motor 41.
When the vacuum source assembly 4 is detached from the supply box 51 and then is in a single use mode, the vacuum source assembly 4 can perform dust collection integrally, and the operation is convenient and fast. In order to conveniently take out the vacuum source assembly 4 used alone, the handle 44 is further disposed on the vacuum source assembly 4, and the handle 44 may be in a ring shape or a straight shape, which is similar to the handle 44 of the rod body 1, and will not be described herein again.
Referring to fig. 3, in one embodiment, the vacuum source assembly 4 and the supply tank 51 are located at one side of the rod body 1, so as to achieve the coaxial arrangement of the vacuum source assembly 4 and the supply tank 51, and the central axes of the vacuum source assembly 4 and the supply tank 51 are parallel to the central axis of the rod body 1, so as to facilitate the arrangement of the vacuum source assembly 4 and the supply tank 51, and make the overall structure of the hand-held floor washing machine 100 more compact. The central axes of the vacuum source assembly 4 and the supply tank 51 are shown as axis B, and the central axis of the rod 1 is shown as axis a. At this time, at least a portion of the suction duct 6 is disposed in the rod body 1, and at least a portion of the suction duct 6 extends out of the rod body 1 to be in butt joint with an air inlet of the motor 41, so as to make full use of the space and make the structure of the hand-held floor washing machine 100 compact.
Referring to fig. 4, in another embodiment, the centerlines of the vacuum source assembly 4 and the supply tank 51 are aligned with or substantially aligned with the centerline of the rod 1, and the suction pipe 6 is disposed at one side of the supply tank 51. Wherein substantially coincident means that: the centerlines of the vacuum source assembly 4 and supply tank 51 tend to coincide with the centerline of the rod 1, with a spacing between the centerlines of 0-1 mm.
In summary, the following steps: the supply box 51 is arranged on the rod body 1, and the recovery box 52 is arranged in the cleaning head 3, so that the bearing of the rod body 1 is reduced, the labor is saved when a user uses the cleaning device 100, and the overall layout of the cleaning device 100 is more compact and reasonable; meanwhile, the vacuum source assembly 4 is detachably connected with the supply box 51 and the rod body 1, so that dry cleaning can be realized only through the vacuum source assembly 4 without using the whole cleaning device 100, and the use is more flexible, convenient and quick.
The above is only one specific embodiment of the present application, and any other modifications based on the concept of the present application are considered as the protection scope of the present application.

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1. A cleaning apparatus, comprising:
a rod body;
a cleaning head disposed adjacent to a bottom end of the wand, the cleaning head configured to move over a surface to be cleaned to clean the surface to be cleaned;
a vacuum source assembly disposed on the wand above the cleaning head, the vacuum source assembly configured to generate a negative pressure; and
the liquid storage assembly comprises a supply box and a recovery box, the supply box is arranged on the rod body so as to be positioned above the cleaning head, and the recovery box is arranged in the cleaning head;
wherein, the vacuum source assembly is detachably connected with the supply box and the rod body.
2. The cleaning apparatus as recited in claim 1, wherein the vacuum source assembly is configured to provide a combination mode of use with the supply tank mounted in docking relation thereto, and a stand-alone mode of use with the supply tank after removal therefrom;
wherein the cleaning device further comprises a suction duct and a docking port communicating with the suction duct, the docking port is disposed above the supply tank, and the vacuum source assembly has an air inlet communicating with the docking port.
3. The cleaning apparatus defined in claim 2, wherein the centerlines of the vacuum source assembly and the supply tank are disposed parallel to the centerline of the wand.
4. A cleaning apparatus according to claim 3, wherein at least part of the suction duct is provided within the wand body.
5. The cleaning apparatus defined in claim 2, wherein the centerlines of the vacuum source assembly and the supply tank are coincident or substantially coincident with the centerline of the wand body.
6. A cleaning appliance according to claim 5, wherein the suction duct is provided at one side of the supply tank.
7. The cleaning apparatus of claim 1, wherein the vacuum source assembly comprises a motor and a dirt box coupled to the motor, the motor being positioned above the dirt box.
8. The cleaning apparatus defined in claim 7, wherein the vacuum source assembly further comprises a battery pack connected to the motor, the battery pack being positioned above the motor; or, the battery pack is positioned at one side of the motor.
9. The cleaning apparatus as recited in claim 1, further comprising a handle connected to the vacuum source assembly.
10. The cleaning apparatus defined in claim 1, wherein a projection of the vacuum source assembly and the supply tank at least partially covers the recovery tank.
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