DE102004055125A1 - Hand-held suction nozzle - Google Patents

Hand-held suction nozzle

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DE102004055125A1
DE102004055125A1 DE200410055125 DE102004055125A DE102004055125A1 DE 102004055125 A1 DE102004055125 A1 DE 102004055125A1 DE 200410055125 DE200410055125 DE 200410055125 DE 102004055125 A DE102004055125 A DE 102004055125A DE 102004055125 A1 DE102004055125 A1 DE 102004055125A1
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nozzle
suction
sections
suction nozzle
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Rolf Strohmeyer
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Vorwerk and Co Interholding GmbH
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Vorwerk and Co Interholding GmbH
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L9/00Details or accessories of suction cleaners, e.g. mechanical means for controlling the suction or for effecting pulsating action; Storing devices specially adapted to suction cleaners or parts thereof; Carrying-vehicles specially adapted for suction cleaners
    • A47L9/02Nozzles
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L9/00Details or accessories of suction cleaners, e.g. mechanical means for controlling the suction or for effecting pulsating action; Storing devices specially adapted to suction cleaners or parts thereof; Carrying-vehicles specially adapted for suction cleaners
    • A47L9/02Nozzles
    • A47L9/06Nozzles with fixed, e.g. adjustably fixed brushes or the like
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L9/00Details or accessories of suction cleaners, e.g. mechanical means for controlling the suction or for effecting pulsating action; Storing devices specially adapted to suction cleaners or parts thereof; Carrying-vehicles specially adapted for suction cleaners
    • A47L9/02Nozzles
    • A47L9/06Nozzles with fixed, e.g. adjustably fixed brushes or the like
    • A47L9/0606Nozzles with fixed, e.g. adjustably fixed brushes or the like rigidly anchored brushes, combs, lips or pads
    • A47L9/0613Nozzles with fixed, e.g. adjustably fixed brushes or the like rigidly anchored brushes, combs, lips or pads with means specially adapted for picking up threads, hair or the like, e.g. brushes, combs, lint pickers or bristles pads
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L9/00Details or accessories of suction cleaners, e.g. mechanical means for controlling the suction or for effecting pulsating action; Storing devices specially adapted to suction cleaners or parts thereof; Carrying-vehicles specially adapted for suction cleaners
    • A47L9/02Nozzles
    • A47L9/06Nozzles with fixed, e.g. adjustably fixed brushes or the like
    • A47L9/0673Nozzles with fixed, e.g. adjustably fixed brushes or the like with removable brushes, combs, lips or pads

Abstract

The invention relates to a hand-held suction nozzle (1) for connection to a vacuum cleaner (3), in particular electric vacuum cleaner, with a tube-like nozzle portion (8) approximately for eye grouting. In order to further improve a hand-held suction nozzle of the type in question in particular handling technology, it is proposed that the tubular Düsenabschnittt (8) has a longitudinal separation to form two relatively zueianander pivotable nozzle sections (10), for converting a tubular crevice nozzle in a surface nozzle.

Description

  • The The invention relates to a hand-held suction nozzle for connection to a vacuum cleaner, in particular electric vacuum cleaner, with a tubular nozzle section about to eye-sucking.
  • Suction nozzles of the in question type are known. These can be found, for example Use in the form of crevice nozzles for cleaning upholstery, for example. These suckers are directly to the vacuum cleaner or under interposition a suction tube or suction hose connected. For suction processing of overground surfaces, so for example, of upholstered surfaces or for dust cleaning of furniture or the like is the handheld suction nozzle interchangeable with a suitably shaped surface or suction nozzle.
  • in the With regard to the prior art described above, a technical problem of the invention seen there, a hand-held suction nozzle in Speech-type in particular handling technology to further improve.
  • These Problematic is first and substantially solved by the subject-matter of claim 1, wherein is pointed out that the tubular nozzle portion a longitudinal separation forming two relatively rotatable nozzle sections for converting a tubular crevice nozzle into a Flat nozzle. according to this embodiment of the invention is the user a suction nozzle given to the hand, which both the properties of a crevice nozzle for example Saugreinigung of upholstery joints or the like and the benefits a surface nozzle for overflow suction processing offers. The user is no longer forced to change the nozzle, which accordingly requires the constant availability of the second nozzle. Rather, the user can in the simplest way by the intended longitudinal separation the tubular nozzle portion the tubular crevice nozzle by swinging the formed semi-tubular nozzle sections automatically convert into a surface nozzle. Especially in the suction treatment of upholstery proves the inventive design as advantageous because in this case a frequent change between crevice nozzle and surface nozzle required is.
  • The subjects of the further claims are explained below in relation to the subject matter of claim 1, but may also be significant in their independent formulation. As a further significant facilitation of the suction work for the user proves an embodiment of the invention, in which bristles are slidably disposed in the suction nozzle, which are in any case slidable in the configuration crevice nozzle over the front nozzle edge addition. According to this embodiment, the proposed hand-held suction nozzle is to be used in three configurations. So first as a conventional tubular crevice nozzle. Second, by pivoting the semi-tubular nozzle sections as a surface nozzle and beyond by advancing the stored bristles on the front nozzle edge addition as a suction nozzle. The latter configuration is preferably accessible from the configuration of the crevice nozzle. As handling technology favorable proves to be an embodiment in which the pivoting nozzle sections can be opened up to a 180 ° -Sprreizstellung, to achieve a maximum achievable only by pivoting the semi-tubular nozzle sections suction surface. The semi-tubular nozzle sections in this case form a suction orifice extending approximately transversely to the suction nozzle in the usual way, wherein the peripheral edges of the pivotable nozzle sections facing each other in the configuration and more preferably close to each other in the configuration surface nozzle in connection with the surface to be cleaned for example, form the edge-side sealing of the Saugmundes formed with the rei nenden pad. The transition from the tubular nozzle portion to the pivotable nozzle portions is preferably formed by an elastic cover. Due to the free cuts formed in this transition region to ensure the pivotability of the nozzle sections can be sucked according to the inventive arrangement of a cover no secondary air. The entire suction air flow occurs during operation of the suction nozzle only through the respective molded suction mouth. The elastic cover may, for example, be a bellows-type plastic or rubber grommet. The various positions of the pivotable nozzle sections and / or the bristles are adjustable by a push handle which is guided on the tubular nozzle section. By means of this push handle, which is more preferably displaceable in the axial extension of the suction nozzle, in particular in the axial extension of the tubular nozzle portion, the desired configuration of the suction nozzle is manually adjustable. Thus, for example, from a middle basic position of the push handle out, which basic position preferably corresponds to the configuration crevice nozzle, by forward displacement of the push handle towards the nozzle mouth the configuration suction nozzle, however, by repositioning the push handle spreading the pivoting nozzle sections to obtain the surface nozzle configuration be achieved. Alternatively, the process of pivoting Baren nozzle sections in their respective position and / or the method of bristles are carried out by an electric motor, including more preferably in the area of the already hand-held suction nozzle section a button or switch is placed. The pivoting of the nozzle sections takes place by means of an electric motor acting on one or both nozzle sections. The displacement of the bristles approximately in the axial extension of the suction nozzle or of the suction channel can be effected by a separate electric motor. More preferably, it is provided that the pivotable nozzle sections are in extended bristles in a slight spread position. This spread is in this case about 5 ° to 90 °, preferably 15 ° to 45 °. It adjusts accordingly a suction mouth, which approximately corresponds to the crevice nozzle in the configuration, however, wherein the advanced bristles protrude beyond the front nozzle edge or on the suction mouth addition. The proposed suction nozzle may be formed strictly straight in the longitudinal direction. Alternatively, it is also possible, the suction nozzle in the longitudinal direction, in particular in the non-variable, tubular nozzle portion, which is also taken at the same time usually also by the hand of the user to design arcuate. The pivotable nozzle sections can be further biased by a spring element in a preferred basic position, such as in the basic position crevice nozzle configuration. Alternatively, the basic position can also be the surface nozzle configuration. At least one further to be approached from the basic position configuration is formed according to preferred latching or latching.
  • below the invention with reference to the accompanying drawings, which only two embodiments represents, closer explained. It shows:
  • 1 in a perspective view of a vacuum cleaner with a suction nozzle according to the invention in a first embodiment;
  • 2 the suction nozzle in a perspective single view in a crevice configuration;
  • 3 one of the 2 corresponding perspective view, however, concerning the suction brush configuration;
  • 4 the suction nozzle in perspective detail view in the configuration surface nozzle;
  • 5 a schematic longitudinal section through the suction nozzle of the first embodiment in the position crevice nozzle;
  • 6 one of the 5 corresponding sectional view, however, concerning the configuration surface nozzle;
  • 7 the sectional view in the configuration suction brush;
  • 8th in a second embodiment, the suction nozzle in a schematic perspective view, concerning the crevice nozzle configuration;
  • 9 one of the 8th corresponding representation, but in the suction brush configuration;
  • 10 the perspective view of the suction nozzle in the position surface nozzle;
  • 11 a schematic longitudinal section through the suction nozzle of the second embodiment in the crevice configuration;
  • 12 one of the 11 corresponding longitudinal section, but in the surface nozzle configuration and
  • 13 the suction brush configuration in a schematic longitudinal sectional view.
  • Shown and described is first with reference to 1 a hand-held suction nozzle 1 , which have a suction hose 2 to a vacuum cleaner designed as a floor unit 3 fluidly connected.
  • The connection of the suction nozzle 1 to the suction hose 2 takes place in a conventional manner, including the suction nozzle 1 a not shown, from the suction channel 4 interspersed plug section 5 having, which in the corresponding plug-in receptacle 6 of the suction hose 2 is latched.
  • The suction nozzle 1 has a handle section 7 and a tube-like nozzle section adjoining thereon 8th , The latter and the handle section 7 are central to the suction channel 4 interspersed, which at the the plug-in section 5 opposite end of the nozzle section 8th in a changeable nozzle mouth 9 expires.
  • The tubular nozzle section 8th has in the region of its free end on a longitudinal separation, to form two equal, in a basic position according to 1 the tubular nozzle portion 8th furthermore shaping nozzle tube halves 10 , These pipe-half-nozzle-like nozzle sections 10 are one transverse to the longitudinal extent of the suction nozzle 1 directed axis x pivotally, so from the tube-like crevice nozzle configuration as shown in the 1 . 2 and 5 in a 180 ° -spreizstellung for forming a surface nozzle according to the illustrations in 4 and 6 , The between the handle section 7 and the pivotable nozzle sections 10 remaining nozzle section 8th is rigid and takes in the in the 1 to 7 illustrated first embodiment a push handle 11 by means of which the various configurations of the suction nozzle 1 are selectable.
  • Thus, in addition to the aforementioned surface nozzle configuration also from the crevice nozzle configuration out the setting suction brush according to the representations in the 3 and 7 selectable, in which the nozzle sections 10 by a few angle straight, so are spread by about 30 °. Through the thereby extended nozzle mouth 9 are bristles 12 advanced beyond the front edge of the nozzle.
  • The 5 to 7 show schematically the mechanics of the first embodiment for setting the desired nozzle configuration.
  • The two pivoting nozzle sections 10 are on at the rigid nozzle section 8th supported cones 13 pivoted. These cones 13 each form pivot axes x. The cones 13 comprehensive end portions of the nozzle sections 10 are formed circular section. The mutually facing edge edges of the pivotable nozzle sections 10 are each with a sprocket section 14 Mistake. These comb each other.
  • At a nozzle section 10 is a lever projecting radially from the pivot axis x 15 rotatably formed, on which in the illustrated embodiment, a tension element in the form of a pull rope 16 attacks. This is the other end with the on the tubular nozzle section 8th guided push handle 11 connected, with the interposition of pulleys 17 , As an alternative to this one-rope solution, a delta rope can be provided, which is uniform, simultaneously on both pivotable nozzle sections 10 acts. Such solutions are known for example from the automotive field, so on in motor vehicle hand brakes. In such a solution, the sprocket sections 14 omitted.
  • In the 5 illustrated basic position of the pivotable nozzle sections 10 is stop limited. For this purpose, the lever is supported 15 at one with the tubular nozzle portion 8th connected stop pin 18 from. Next, this basic position is spring loaded, including one on the lever 15 towards the stop pin 18 acting leg spring 19 is provided.
  • The transition from the tubular nozzle section 8th to the pivoting nozzle sections 10 is through an elastic cover 20 formed in the form of a bellows. As a result, the construction elements are covered. Next are in the different positions of the pivotable nozzle sections 10 self-adjusting radial openings are sealed, so that during operation no suction power negatively influencing secondary air can be sucked.
  • By repositioning the push handle 11 towards the plug-in receptacle are over the pull rope 16 and the tooth combing both nozzle sections 10 pivoted up to a 180 ° -spreizstellung as shown in FIG 6 , This spreading position concerning the spreading nozzle configuration is stop-limited, so in the simplest way by striking the outer jacket sides of the pivotable nozzle sections 10 against the corresponding marginal edges of the fixed, tubular nozzle portion 8th ,
  • Within the latter, they are concentric with the suction channel 4 arranged bristles 12 placed. These are rearward, that is towards the socket on a tubular support 21 attached in axial extension to this. This bristle carrier 21 is like the pull rope 16 with the push handle 11 connected so that a shift of the push handle 11 at the same time a shift of the bristle carrier 21 as well as the bristles 12 brings with it.
  • From the basic nozzle position as shown in 5 , so out of the crevice nozzle configuration is the in 7 shown suction brush configuration reachable. This by forward displacement of the push handle 11 towards the free end of the suction nozzle 1 , where first the bristles 12 through to the nozzle mouth 9 towards radially outwardly projecting nozzle section walls, after which the advancing rigid bristle carrier 21 the pivotable nozzle sections 10 by Innenwan-term loading urges outwards, so that the bristles 12 can emerge beyond the front nozzle edge. The nozzle sections 10 rest with their inner walls circumferentially on the bristle carrier 21 from, due to the restoring force of the tensioned leg spring 19 spring-loaded.
  • The 8th to 13 show the suction nozzle according to the invention 1 in an alternative embodiment. Here follows the method of the pivotable nozzle sections 10 or the method of bristles 12 an electric motor. This is in the area of the handle section 7 a switch 22 provided over which the individual configurations can be selected.
  • As from the schematic longitudinal section representations in the 11 to 13 to recognize are for pivotal displacement of the nozzle sections 10 and for the axial displacement of the bristles 12 two electric motors 23 and 24 intended. To get out of the selected basic position crevice nozzle, as in 11 shown to get out the surface nozzle configuration is via the switch 22 the electric motor 23 activated, via which a designated pull rope 16 is attracted. The latter acts similar to the previously described embodiment via a lever 15 on the nozzle sections 10 a, for pivoting the same in a 180 ° -spreizstellung. The found surface nozzle position is by latching the electric motor 23 fixed. The return to the crevice configuration is supported by a corresponding attacking leg spring 19 ,
  • To obtain a suction brush configuration is first about the electric motor 23 a slight swiveling of the nozzle sections 10 achieved in about a 30 ° -spreizstellung, after which the bristles 12 together with the bristle carrier 21 in the axial direction of the suction nozzle 1 over the nozzle mouth 9 also by means of the electric motor 24 be relocated. Here, for example, via the electric motor 24 on the bristle carrier 21 acting spindle drive may be provided.
  • The power supply of the electric motors 23 and 24 via a standard device interface in the socket 6 , according to the electric motors 23 and 24 over the vacuum cleaner 3 be supplied.
  • The inventive design is a hand-held suction nozzle 1 created, which can be changed quickly with simple manipulations in their configuration. Thus, for example, in the suction processing of upholstery or the like, no complicated replacement of several suction nozzles to be entrained is necessary. Rather, one or the other desired configuration can be brought about quickly and safely by pressing a button or slide shift, this continues with conventional one-handed operation of the suction nozzle 1 ,
  • All disclosed features are (for itself) essential to the invention. In the disclosure of the application will hereby also the disclosure content of the associated / attached priority documents (Copy of the advance notice) fully included, too for the purpose, features of these documents in claims present Registration with.

Claims (7)

  1. Hand-guided suction nozzle ( 1 ) for connection to a vacuum cleaner ( 3 ), in particular electric vacuum cleaner, with a tubular nozzle section ( 8th ) for grouting eye, characterized in that the tubular nozzle portion ( 8th ) a longitudinal separation to form two relatively rotatable nozzle sections ( 10 ), for converting a tubular crevice nozzle into a surface nozzle.
  2. Suction nozzle according to claim 1 or in particular according thereto, characterized in that in the suction nozzle ( 1 ) Bristles ( 12 ) are arranged displaceably, which are in any case displaceable in the configuration crevice nozzle beyond the front nozzle edge addition.
  3. Suction nozzle according to one or more of the preceding claims or in particular according thereto, characterized in that the pivotable nozzle sections ( 10 ) can be opened up to a 180 ° -spreizstellung.
  4. Suction nozzle according to one or more of the preceding claims or in particular according thereto, characterized in that the transition from the tubular nozzle portion ( 8th ) to the pivotable nozzle sections ( 10 ) by an elastic cover ( 20 ) is formed.
  5. Suction nozzle according to one or more of the preceding claims or in particular according thereto, characterized in that the different positions of the pivotable nozzle sections ( 10 ) and / or the bristles ( 12 ) by a push handle ( 11 ) mounted on the tubular nozzle section ( 8th ), is adjustable.
  6. Suction nozzle according to one or more of the preceding claims or in particular according thereto, characterized in that the method of the pivotable nozzle sections ( 10 ) in their respective position and / or the method of bristles ( 12 ) takes place electromotive.
  7. Suction nozzle according to one or more of the preceding claims or in particular according thereto, characterized in that the pivotable nozzle sections ( 10 ) with extended bristles ( 12 ) are in a slight spread position.
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DE200410055125 DE102004055125A1 (en) 2004-11-16 2004-11-16 Hand-held suction nozzle
AT05810964T AT480174T (en) 2004-11-16 2005-10-31 Hand-held adjustable suction nozzle
EP08100583A EP1908386B1 (en) 2004-11-16 2005-10-31 Hand-operated adjustable vacuum nozzle
CN 200810088641 CN101273862B (en) 2004-11-16 2005-10-31 Hand-operated adjustable vacuum nozzle
EP20050810964 EP1814430B1 (en) 2004-11-16 2005-10-31 Hand-operated adjustable vacuum nozzle
CN 200580039019 CN101060804B (en) 2004-11-16 2005-10-31 Hand-operated adjustable vacuum nozzle
RU2007122491/12A RU2007122491A (en) 2004-11-16 2005-10-31 Directed manually suction intake nozzle
DE200550010244 DE502005010244D1 (en) 2004-11-16 2005-10-31 Hand-held adjustable suction nozzle
PCT/EP2005/055650 WO2006053823A2 (en) 2004-11-16 2005-10-31 Hand-operated adjustable vacuum nozzle
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