FR2833913A1 - Hospital cleaning trolley comprises base with castors supporting box structure delimiting compartment enclosing cleaning bag and access gate for bag replacement - Google Patents

Hospital cleaning trolley comprises base with castors supporting box structure delimiting compartment enclosing cleaning bag and access gate for bag replacement Download PDF

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FR2833913A1
FR2833913A1 FR0216163A FR0216163A FR2833913A1 FR 2833913 A1 FR2833913 A1 FR 2833913A1 FR 0216163 A FR0216163 A FR 0216163A FR 0216163 A FR0216163 A FR 0216163A FR 2833913 A1 FR2833913 A1 FR 2833913A1
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B62LAND VEHICLES FOR TRAVELLING OTHERWISE THAN ON RAILS
    • B62BHAND-PROPELLED VEHICLES, e.g. HAND CARTS OR PERAMBULATORS; SLEDGES
    • B62B3/00Hand carts having more than one axis carrying transport wheels; Steering devices therefor; Equipment therefor
    • B62B3/10Hand carts having more than one axis carrying transport wheels; Steering devices therefor; Equipment therefor characterised by supports specially adapted to objects of definite shape
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L13/00Implements for cleaning floors, carpets, furniture, walls, or wall coverings
    • A47L13/10Scrubbing; Scouring; Cleaning; Polishing
    • A47L13/50Auxiliary implements
    • A47L13/51Storing of cleaning tools, e.g. containers therefor
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B62LAND VEHICLES FOR TRAVELLING OTHERWISE THAN ON RAILS
    • B62BHAND-PROPELLED VEHICLES, e.g. HAND CARTS OR PERAMBULATORS; SLEDGES
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Abstract

The cleaning trolley (1) comprises a base (2) with castors (3) supporting a box shaped structure (4) which delimits a compartment (5) enclosing a cleaning bag (6). Supports inside the compartment fit into the bag mouth and support it vertically with its mouth open upwards. The box has a first gate (8a,8b) which can be opened to allow access to the compartment and replace the cleaning bag.

Description

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TROLLEY EQUIPPED FOR CLEANING SPACES
The present invention relates to a trolley equipped for cleaning spaces, in particular spaces of the hospital, hotel, office, administrative or similar type, with great ease of use.

 Trolleys are known which are equipped to carry out cleaning operations in rooms, or, more generally, in premises of hospitals, hotels, offices, administration or in similar spaces.

 These trolleys generally consist of a structure provided with support rollers on the ground and of one or more trays superimposed on shelves for the support of objects, for example of paper towels, and by a structure to which are applied frame for the support of one or two cleaning bags intended to be used to collect dirty laundry or waste. These frames are usually constituted by a frame and a counter-frame which are coupled to pinch the mouth of the bag between them so as to keep it open to facilitate the operation of inserting the objects to be collected.

 Usually, in these types of carts, the cleaning bags are fully exposed, and this undoubtedly constitutes a problem, given the particular use of these carts, since the objects collected in these bags are generally visible to visitors of hotel, hospital, offices,

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 administration, or other spaces, when, on the contrary, it would be desirable for these objects to be appropriately hidden.

 To solve this problem, trolleys have been proposed provided with a cover for the area intended to be occupied by the cleaning bags. This cover is detachably associated with the structure of the trolley so that it can be removed to allow the operation to replace the cleaning bags.

 However, in these types of cart, the operation of replacing the cleaning bags becomes less easy, precisely because of the need to remove the cover from the cleaning bags.

 The main object of the present invention is to provide a trolley equipped for cleaning spaces, in particular spaces of the hospital, hotel, office, administrative or similar type, which makes it possible to hide the cleaning bag or bags. , as well as other objects, such as sheets, bottles, accessories or utensils, which can be transported by means of the trolley, while making the operation of replacing cleaning bags extremely simple and easy and allowing access easy to other transported objects.

 Within the scope of this object, an object of the invention is to provide a trolley which allows, on request, also to lock the compartments intended to contain objects, so that it can be left without monitoring.

 Another object of the invention is to provide a carriage which can be produced almost entirely by stamping synthetic material, with reduced production costs.

 Another object of the invention is to provide a carriage which can be assembled in an extremely simple and rapid manner.

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 Another object of the invention is also to provide a trolley which can also transport utensils to allow cleaning of spaces, such as, for example, buckets, roller wrungers for mops, or similar utensils.

 An object of the invention, which is not the least, is to produce a trolley which can present a pleasant aesthetic line.

 This object, these objects, as well as others, which will appear better later, are achieved using a trolley equipped for cleaning spaces, in particular spaces of the hospital, hotel, office type. , administrative, or the like, characterized in that it comprises a base provided with support rollers on the ground, and supporting a box-shaped structure delimiting at least one compartment capable of containing at least one cleaning bag, means of support of said cleaning bag at least one being present inside said compartment, these being able to be engaged with the mouth of the cleaning bag, and being capable of holding said cleaning bag vertically, with the mouth open upwards, said box-like structure having at least one first door which can be opened for access to said compartment, on the side of said cleaning bag, to allow replacement of said net bag toyage.

 Other characteristics and advantages will emerge mainly from the detailed description of a trolley according to the invention, illustrated, by way of non-limiting illustration, in the accompanying drawings, in which: FIG. 1 illustrates the trolley according to the invention in view in perspective ; FIG. 2 illustrates the carriage according to the invention, still in perspective view, but seen from an angle

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 different from that of FIG. 1, and with an access door to the compartment for housing the cleaning bag which is open; FIG. 3 illustrates the carriage according to the invention, in side view and in section on a vertical plane; Figures 4 and 5 illustrate two enlarged details of Figure 3.

 If reference is made to the figures cited, the trolley according to the invention, indicated overall by the reference numeral 1, comprises a base 2 which is provided, from below, with casters 3 for support on the ground.

 The base 2 supports a box-shaped structure, indicated overall by the reference numeral 4, which delimits at least one compartment 5 which is capable of containing at least one cleaning bag 6.

 Inside the compartment 5 there are support means 7 for the cleaning bag 6, these being able to engage with the mouth of the cleaning bag 6 so as to hold the cleaning bag 6 vertically, with its mouth open upwards.

 The box-shaped structure 4 is provided with at least one first door 8a, 8b which can be opened for access to the compartment 5, laterally with respect to the cleaning bag 6, in order to replace the cleaning bag 6.

 Preferably, the compartment 5 is delimited by two side walls 9, 10, by a front wall 11 and by a rear wall 12. The rear wall 12 is fixed, and a pair of first gates 8a, 8b are arranged, these each defining one of the side walls 9 and 10 and part of the front wall 11.

Each of the gates 8a, 8b is articulated relative to the remaining part of the box-shaped structure 4 and / or to the base 2 around a respective vertical articulation axis 13a, 13b near the rear wall 12.

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 The compartment 5 is delimited, from above, by a covering element 14 which has an opening 15, which faces the zone intended to be occupied by the open mouth of the cleaning bag 6. On this opening 15 is disposed a second door 16, which is articulated, in correspondence with one of its sides, with the cover element 14, and which can be opened for access to the mouth of the cleaning bag 6.

 The support means 7 for the cleaning bag 6 comprise, in a manner known per se, a frame chassis provided with clamping elements for the mouth of the cleaning bag 6 to keep the mouth of the cleaning bag open 6 in correspondence with the opening 15.

 More particularly, the box-shaped structure 4 comprises a pair of buttresses 17,18 which stand vertically, and which are fixed, in correspondence with their lower sides, to the base 2. The two buttresses 17,18 are respectively in vis-à-vis, and are interconnected, in correspondence with their upper sides, by a spacer 19. In addition, the buttresses 17,18 are connected, laterally, by a pair of side panels 21,22. At least one of these panels 21, 22 is articulated with one of the buttresses 17, 18 around a vertical articulation axis 21a, 22a, and can be opened, by its rotation around the axis of relative articulation 21a or 22a, to allow access to the space which is delimited by the buttresses 17,18, by the spacer 19, by the side panels 21, 22 themselves, and by the base 2.

 Suitably, in the space included between the two buttresses 17,18, there is present at least one plate 23, horizontal, which is distant upwards relative to the base 2, and which is connected to the buttresses 17,18.

 The spacer 19 has, between the two buttresses 17,18, a hollow 24 which defines an open compartment

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 upwards, to contain objects, for example a bucket, as illustrated, or other types of objects, as required.

 The cover element 14 is superimposed on a part of the spacer 19, and is fixed to the spacer 19 itself and to the upper side of one of the buttresses 17, 18. In the drawings, the element of cover 14 is fixed to the buttress 17, while the opposite side of the spacer 19 is covered by a finishing element 20 which is fixed to the spacer 19 itself.

 Advantageously, the base 2, on the side of the box-shaped structure 4, supports a frame 35 which can be used to support a roller wringer 36, illustrated only in FIG. 3, in line of dashes, for the sake of simplicity.

 The chassis 35 has a configuration substantially in the shape of an inverted U, and is connected, at its lower ends, to the base 2, and, by one of its sides, to one of the buttresses, constituted, in the illustrated case, by the buttress 18. The roller wringer 36 is intended to be mounted on the spacer 35a of the chassis 35, below which can be positioned, arranged on the upper face of the base 2, two buckets 37; 38 intended for use with the roller wringer 36.

 Advantageously, the base 2, the box-like structure 4, constituted by the buttresses 17,18, by the covering element 14, by the finishing element 20, by the spacer 19, by the gates 8a , 8b and by the panels 21, 22, as well as the frame 35, is made of stamped synthetic material.

 The base 2 could possibly be produced, depending on the stamping requirements, in the form of two mutually coupled pieces by interlocking.

 Also, the assembly of the buttresses 17, 18 and of the chassis 35 on the base 2 could be carried out by

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 interlocking couplings.

 As illustrated in particular in FIG. 5, which refers to the coupling existing between the lower side of the buttress 17 and the base 2, in the base 2 are produced conical seats 27 in which projections 26 are coupled, configured correspondingly, which protrude downward from the buttresses 17, 18. The bottom of the conical seats 25 is suitably perforated, and at least part of the projections 26 has a threaded end 26a which passes through the perforated bottom of the seat associated conical 25, and which engages with a locking nut or butterfly 27.

 The assembly of the lower side of the chassis 35 can be carried out in a similar manner.

 The side of the chassis 35 which is turned towards the box-shaped structure 4 is connected to the buttress 18 by means of a nesting coupling comprising, in the buttress 18 itself, seats 40 which narrow downwards and which can engage with a lateral projection 28 present on the chassis 35.

 In Figure 4 is illustrated a type of socket used for the assembly of the spacer 19 and the cover element 14, as well as the finishing element 20, at the upper sides of the buttresses 17, 18. Although this figure refers to the assembly of the finishing element 20 to the buttress 18, the same type of nesting can be used for the assembly of the covering element 14 to the buttress 17. More particularly, in the upper sides buttresses 17, 18, are present conical seats 29 with a perforated bottom. The spacer 19 has, on its lower side, projections 30 which couple inside these seats 29 and which, in turn, define a conical seat 31, itself also with a perforated bottom, in which s '' couples an associated hollow projection 32 present in the element of

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 cover 14 and in the finishing element 20. The projection 32 has a through hole which is coaxial with the perforations made in the bottom of the seats 29 and 31.

In this through hole of the projection 32 can be inserted a stud 33 which emerges, on one of its end portions 33a, which is threaded, below the bottom of the seat 29, and which mates with a nut or a locking butterfly 34 by means of which the covering element 14 or the finishing element 20 and the spacer 19 are blocked simultaneously on the buttress 17 or 18.

 It should be noted that the gates 8a, 8b and the panels 21, 22 could be provided with locks or padlock closing elements, so as to allow the carriage to be left unattended.

 Suitably, along the perimeter of the covering element 14 and / or of the finishing element 20, cavities 50 are made in correspondence of which handles 51, made of rubber or another material, can be mounted, for the support of broom handles or brushes, or specific accessories for cleaning the environment.

 For the sake of completeness of the description, it should be said that the cover element 14 can be provided with a handle 41 for maneuvering the carriage.

 The use of the trolley according to the invention appears clearly from what is described and illustrated.

In particular, it is obvious that the user can use the cleaning bag 6 by opening the door 16, and that he can proceed, in an extremely simple manner, to replace it, by opening the doors 8a, 8b. The replacement of the cleaning bag 6 is extremely easy thanks to the wide access to the compartment 5 authorized by the simultaneous opening of the gates 8a, 8b.

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 The user can also use the compartment with the tray 23 and the hollow 24 of the spacer 29 to store useful objects for the cleaning or storage operation of the environment.

 It is found in practice that the trolley according to the invention fully achieves the above objective, in so far as it hides the cleaning bag while making it extremely simple and easy to replace it.

 Another advantage of the trolley according to the invention is to provide compartments for disposing of the objects, and to allow these compartments to be closed so as to make them inaccessible to persons not authorized for cleaning work.

 Another advantage of the trolley according to the invention is that it can be made almost entirely of stamped synthetic material, with reduced production costs, and so as to also offer extreme ease when washing it.

 In practice, the materials used, insofar as they are compatible with the specific use, as well as the dimensions, may be any according to the requirements and the state of the art.

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1. Trolley (1) equipped for cleaning spaces, in particular spaces of the hospital, hotel, office, administrative or similar type, characterized in that it comprises a base (2) provided with rollers (3 ) of support on the ground, and supporting a box-like structure (4) delimiting at least one compartment (5) capable of enclosing at least one cleaning bag (6), and, inside said compartment (5) , support means (7) of said cleaning bag (6) at least one being present, these being able to engage with the mouth of the cleaning bag (6), and being capable of maintaining said cleaning bag (6) and being capable of supporting said cleaning bag (6) vertically, with the mouth open upwards, said box-like structure (4) comprising at least one first door (8a, 8b) capable of be open for access to said compartment (5), laterally with respect to said cleaning bag (6), for carrying out r the replacement of said cleaning bag (6).
 2. Trolley (1) according to claim 1, characterized in that said compartment (5) is delimited by two side walls (9,10), by a front wall (11) and by a rear wall (12), said wall posterior (12) being fixed, and said gate at least one in number (8a, 8b) comprising a pair of first gates (8a, 8b) each defining one of said side walls (9,10) and a part of said front wall (11), each of said first gates (8a, 8b) being articulated on the remaining part of said box-shaped structure (4) and / or on said base (2) about a vertical axis of articulation respective (13a, 13b) near said rear wall (12).
 3. Trolley (1) according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that said
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 compartment (5) is delimited, from above, by a cover element (14) having an opening (15), facing the zone intended to be occupied by the open mouth of the cleaning bag ( 6), a second door (16) articulated with said cover element (14) being disposed on said opening (15), the latter being able to be opened for access to the mouth of the cleaning bag (6).
 4. Trolley (1) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that said box-shaped structure (4) comprises a pair of vertical buttresses (17,18) connected, in correspondence with their lower sides, to said base (2), and vis-à-vis each other; said buttresses (17,18) being connected, in correspondence with their upper sides, to a spacer (19), and, laterally, to a pair of side panels (21,22); at least one of said side panels (21,22) being articulated with one of said vertical buttresses (17,18) around a vertical articulation axis (21a, 22a), and being able to be opened, by rotation around of its articulation axis (21a, 22a), for access to the space delimited by said buttresses (17,18), by said spacer (19), by said side panels (21,22) and by said base (2).
 5. Trolley (1) according to claim 4, characterized in that, in the space between said buttresses (17,18), is arranged at least one plate (23), substantially horizontal, distant above said base (2) and connected to said buttresses (17,18).
 6. Trolley (1) according to any one of claims 4 and 5, characterized in that said spacer (19) has, between said buttresses (17, 18), a recess (24) defining a compartment, open upwards , to contain objects.
 7. Trolley (1) according to any one of
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 Claims 4 to 6, characterized in that said covering element (14) is superimposed on a part of said spacer (19) and is fixed to said spacer (19) and to the upper side of one of said buttresses (17,18 ).
 8. Trolley (1) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that said base (2), on the side of said box-like structure (4), supports a frame (35) for the support of a roller wringer (36).
 9. Trolley (1) according to any one of claims 4 to 8, characterized in that said chassis (35) has a configuration substantially in the form of an inverted U, connected at its lower ends to said base (2), and by one of its sides, to one of said lateral buttresses (17,18); said frame (35) being capable of supporting, with its spacer (35a), a roller wringer (36) above a pair of buckets (37,38) arranged on said base (2).
 10. Trolley (1) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that said base (2) and said box-like structure (4) are made of stamped synthetic material.
 11. Trolley (1) according to any one of claims 8 to 10, characterized in that said frame (35) is made of stamped synthetic material.
 12. Trolley (1) according to any one of claims 4 to 11, characterized in that said chassis (35) is connected to one of said buttresses (17,18) by means of a coupling coupling.
 13. Trolley (1) according to any one of claims 4 to 12, characterized in that said buttresses (17,18) are connected to said base (2) by means of a coupling coupling with members of threaded lock (26a, 27).
 14. Trolley (1) according to any one of
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 Claims 4 to 13, characterized in that said covering element (14) and said spacer (19) are connected to the upper sides of said buttresses (17,18) by means of interlocking couplings with threaded locking members ( 33a, 34).
 15. Trolley (1) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that it comprises locking means with a lock or a padlock for at least part of said gates (8a, 8b, 16) and / or said panels lateral (21,22).
 16. Trolley (1) according to any one of claims 3 to 15, characterized in that said support means (7) of said cleaning bag at least one (6) comprise a frame chassis provided with gripping elements of the mouth of the cleaning bag (6) and connected to said covering element (14) in correspondence with its opening (15) closed by said second door (16).
 17. Trolley (1) according to any one of claims 3 to 16, characterized in that, along the perimeter of said cover element (14), are formed cavities (50) in correspondence with which are mounted handles ( 51) for the support of broom handles or brushes, or specific accessories for cleaning.
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