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JP6592273B2
JP6592273B2 JP2015085860A JP2015085860A JP6592273B2 JP 6592273 B2 JP6592273 B2 JP 6592273B2 JP 2015085860 A JP2015085860 A JP 2015085860A JP 2015085860 A JP2015085860 A JP 2015085860A JP 6592273 B2 JP6592273 B2 JP 6592273B2
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勝則 寺山
勝則 寺山
寿之 田村
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遼 山谷
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  The present invention relates to a vacuum cleaner.
  Conventionally, various types of vacuum cleaners have been proposed in which the outer body of the vacuum cleaner body is configured using a casing (case) such as ABS (Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene) resin (see, for example, Patent Document 1). .
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  However, in the electric vacuum cleaner described in Patent Document 1, if the thickness of the resin member is reduced in order to reduce the weight of the vacuum cleaner body, there arises a problem that it is necessary to increase the rigidity of the resin. In order to increase the rigidity of the resin member, if the case (outer) is made of resin containing carbon fiber, there is a problem that a pattern (line) of the carbon fiber is raised on the surface. Also, when painting to hide the carbon fiber pattern, etc., the carbon resin is black, so a thick coating is required, causing problems such as uneven color and peeling of the coating, which impairs the design. There is a problem.
  An object of the present invention is to provide a vacuum cleaner that is lightweight, has high rigidity, and has high design properties.
The present invention includes a vacuum cleaner main body including a dust collection unit that collects dust and an electric blower that generates suction force, and the vacuum cleaner main body includes a resin lower case that does not include carbon fiber, and carbon fiber. is formed of a resin material including a upper case for covering the upper portion of the electric blower, vacuum cleaners cover the whole of the upper case at the time of use, and a resin cover without the carbon fibers, the cover Is composed of two parts, a dust collecting lid for opening and closing the dust collecting portion and an exhaust cover having an exhaust port, and the dust collecting lid is rotatably supported by the upper case. To do.
  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, it can provide the vacuum cleaner which is lightweight, has high rigidity, and has high design property.
It is an appearance perspective view showing the whole electric vacuum cleaner concerning this embodiment. It is a partially exploded perspective view which shows a cleaner body. It is a perspective view which shows the state which opened the dust case cover in the vacuum cleaner main body. It is a rear view of a vacuum cleaner main body. It is a top view of an upper case. It is a perspective view which shows the state which removed the exhaust cover from the cleaner body. It is a rear view of the cleaner body shown in FIG. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view of a cleaner body. It is the sectional view on the AA line of FIG. It is the BB sectional drawing of FIG. It is sectional drawing of a wheel. It is a front view showing a separate handle. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows a separate handle. It is a rear view when a handle cover is seen from the back side. (A) is the CC sectional view taken on the line of FIG. 12, (b) is the DD sectional view taken on the line (a), (c) is the EE sectional view taken on the line (a).
  DESCRIPTION OF EXEMPLARY EMBODIMENTS Embodiments according to the invention will be described below with reference to the drawings as appropriate. However, the embodiments are not limited to the following contents, and can be appropriately modified and implemented within the scope of the invention.
FIG. 1 is an external perspective view showing the entire vacuum cleaner according to the present embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 1, the vacuum cleaner 1 includes a cleaner body 2, a hose 3, an operation tube 4, an extension tube 5, a suction tool 6, a separate handle 30, and the like.
  One end of the hose 3 is connected to the cleaner body 2, and the other end is connected to one end of the operation tube 4. The operation tube 4 includes a grip 4a including a hand operation switch. The extension pipe 5 is configured to be extendable and contractable by an outer pipe 5a and an inner pipe 5b.
FIG. 2 is a partially exploded perspective view showing the cleaner body. In FIG. 2, the cord of the cord reel 16 is not shown.
As shown in FIG. 2, the cleaner body 2 is a so-called paper pack type, and includes a lower case 11, an upper case 12, a dust case cover 13, and an exhaust cover 14.
  The lower case 11 constitutes the outer shell (appearance) of the lower part of the cleaner body 2, and is formed of a synthetic resin material (not including carbon fiber) such as PP (Polypropylene) resin. Further, the lower case 11 has a concave portion 11a whose upper portion is opened in a substantially rectangular shape, and houses an electric blower 15 that generates a suction force, a cord reel 16, a control board 17 that controls the electric blower 15, and the like. Further, the lower case 11 has a dust collecting portion 18 that accommodates dust collected by the suction force of the electric blower 15.
  In the lower case 11, the electric blower 15, the cord reel 16, and the control board 17 are disposed on the rear side from the approximate center in the front-rear direction, and the dust collecting unit 18 is disposed on the front side from the approximate center in the front-rear direction. The electric blower 15 and the cord reel 16 are arranged in the front-rear direction, and the cord reel 16 is arranged behind the electric blower 15. The control board 17 is arranged on the upper part of the electric blower 15. A lid packing 18 a is attached to the upper edge of the dust collecting portion 18 in an annular shape. FIG. 3 shows a state in which unused paper packs 21 are accommodated.
  The upper case 12 has a shape that covers the entire upper side of the electric blower 15, the cord reel 16, and the control board 17, and is fixed to the lower case 11. In addition, a winding button 22 that is pressed when winding the power cord 16b (see FIG. 8) of the cord reel 16 is provided on the upper case 12. The winding button 22 is biased upward by a spring (not shown).
  The dust case cover 13 constitutes a part of the outer shell (external appearance) of the upper portion of the cleaner body 2, and mainly opens and closes the upper portion of the dust collecting portion 18. The dust case cover 13 is made of a synthetic resin material (not including carbon fibers) such as ABS resin. Further, the dust case cover 13 is formed in a convex shape upward with a surface having no irregularities on the outer surface 13a.
  The exhaust cover 14 constitutes a part of the outer shell (appearance) at the top of the cleaner body 2 and a part of the outer shell at the back, and is provided adjacent to the rear of the dust case cover 13. The exhaust cover 14 is formed of a synthetic resin material (not including carbon fiber) such as ABS resin.
  The exhaust cover 14 has an outer surface 14a having the same curvature as the outer surface 13a of the dust case cover 13, and when the dust case cover 13 is closed (see FIG. 1), the outer surface 14a and the outer surface of the dust case cover 13 It is comprised so that 13a may become flush.
  The exhaust cover 14 includes an opening 14b that exposes the operation surface of the winding button 22, a plug cord outlet 14c from which the connection plug 16c (see FIG. 8) and the cord 16b (see FIG. 8) are drawn, and an external portion. And an exhaust port 14d for exhausting air.
FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing a state where a dust case cover is opened in the cleaner body.
As shown in FIG. 3, ribs 13 b projecting along the lid packing 18 a of the dust collecting portion 18 are formed on the back surface of the dust case cover 13, and when the dust case cover 13 is closed, the ribs 13 b are covered with the lid packing. The dust collector 18 is configured to be sealed by pressing the 18a. A lock member 13 c that is engaged with the front end of the hose port 20 and is locked is provided on the back surface of the dust case cover 13.
  A hinge portion 12b that rotatably supports the dust case cover 13 is formed on the upper case 12 in the vicinity (front) of the exhaust cover 14. The dust case cover 13 is configured to be opened until it is directed upward in the vertical direction.
  The dust collection unit 18 communicates with a hose connection port 20b formed in the hose port 20 and communicates with a space in which the electric blower 15 (see FIG. 2) is accommodated via a filter 18b. In the present embodiment, a paper pack type is described as an example, but the present invention can also be applied to a cyclone type electric vacuum cleaner.
FIG. 4 is a rear view of the cleaner body.
As shown in FIG. 4, large-diameter wheels 19a, 19a are rotatably attached to the rear left and right side surfaces of the lower case 11. Further, a small-diameter wheel 19b whose direction can be changed is attached to the lower surface of the lower case 11.
  The exhaust port 14d formed in the exhaust cover 14 has a plurality of slit-shaped holes 14d1, and the holes 14d1 are arranged in parallel to each other. Further, the exhaust port 14d is formed asymmetrically from the upper part of the curved outer surface 14a of the exhaust cover 14 to the left end. The plug cord outlet 14c is formed so as to protrude from the right end of the outer surface 14a, and has a hole that opens on the right side and the rear side.
FIG. 5 is a plan view of the upper case.
As shown in FIG. 5, the upper case 12 is formed with screw insertion holes 12 c for screwing to the lower case 11 at substantially the center of the left and right ends and the rear end of the front end. Further, the upper case 12 is formed with screw insertion holes 12d through which screws for fixing the exhaust cover 14 to the upper case 12 are inserted at the left and right ends at the approximate center in the front-rear direction. Further, bosses 12e and 12e for screwing the exhaust cover 14 are formed on the rear surface of the upper case 12 so as to protrude rearward.
  Further, the upper case 12 has a substantially rectangular exhaust communication hole 12f formed on the left side of the rear part, and a substantially rectangular exhaust communication hole 12g formed on the right side of the rear part. The upper case 12 is formed with a restriction plate 12h that restricts the connection plug 16c from being pulled into the cleaner body 2. The restriction plate 12h has a hole 12h1 from which the power cord 16b is drawn.
  The upper case 12 is formed of a carbon resin containing carbon fiber (resin containing carbon fiber), and is lighter and has higher rigidity than an ABS resin that is a non-carbon resin. . The upper case 12 is formed of, for example, a thermoplastic resin (for example, PP resin or ABS resin) containing carbon fibers made of short fibers. Specifically, weight reduction can be achieved by applying PP resin rather than ABS resin.
FIG. 6 is a perspective view showing a state where the exhaust cover is removed from the cleaner body. In FIG. 6, illustration of the power cord 16b of the cord reel 16 is omitted.
As shown in FIG. 6, when the exhaust cover 14 is removed from the cleaner body 2, the exhaust communication holes 12f and 12g are exposed. The exhaust communication holes 12f and 12g are configured as a passage through which the air discharged from the electric blower 15 (see FIG. 2) passes through the upper case 12 from the electric blower 15 side to the exhaust cover 14 side.
  In the vacuum cleaner 1 configured as described above, the lower case 11 made of PP resin (not including carbon fiber) including the electric blower 15 and the dust collecting unit 18, and the upper case 11 are covered with the lower case 11. An upper case 12 made of carbon resin to be attached, and a cover made of ABS resin (not containing carbon fiber) (dust case cover 13) that hides the upper case 12 when the vacuum cleaner is used (see FIG. 1). And an exhaust cover 14). According to this, the lighter and high-rigidity vacuum cleaner main body 2 can be configured by applying the upper case 12 made of carbon resin instead of the entire case (casing) made of ABS resin or the like. Moreover, in the vacuum cleaner 1, the upper case 12 can be made invisible from the outside by concealing the upper case 12 made of carbon resin with the dust case cover 13 and the exhaust cover 14 made of ABS resin. It is possible to prevent the aesthetics from being damaged. Furthermore, in the vacuum cleaner 1, by using, for example, sheet insert molding using the dust case cover 13 made of ABS resin and the exhaust cover 14 made of ABS resin, a highly designable (high quality in appearance) electric The vacuum cleaner 1 can be realized.
  In the vacuum cleaner 1, the cover that covers the upper case 12 is composed of two parts: a dust case cover 13 that opens and closes the dust collecting portion 18, and an exhaust cover 14 that includes an exhaust port 14 d. When opening and closing the dust part 18, it is possible to prevent the dust case cover 13 from opening outward from the cleaner body 2, and the dust case cover 13 can be opened and closed in a compact manner.
  Moreover, in the vacuum cleaner 1, since the exhaust communication holes 12f and 12g of the upper case 12 are concealed by the exhaust cover 14 (because it cannot be seen from the outside), the degree of freedom of the exhaust communication holes 12f and 12g is increased. This makes it easier to adjust the direction of exhaust and the amount of exhaust.
7 is a rear view of the cleaner body shown in FIG.
As shown in FIG. 7, a substantially semicircular opening 12 m is formed on the back surface of the upper case 12. In the opening 12m, elongated plate-like wall portions 12m1, 12m2, and 12m2 extending in the vertical direction are formed at intervals. Exhaust communication holes 12n1, 12n1, 12n2, and 12n2 are formed on the left and right sides of the wall portions 12m1, 12m2, and 12m2, respectively, for communicating the inside and outside of the upper case 12. The exhaust communication holes 12n1 and 12n2 are configured as passages through which air discharged from the electric blower 15 (see FIG. 2) passes from the electric blower 15 side to the exhaust cover 14 side via the upper case 12.
FIG. 8 is a longitudinal sectional view of the cleaner body.
As shown in FIG. 8, the electric blower 15 includes a fan motor portion 15d in which a fan 15a and an electric motor 15b are housed in a metal housing 15c, and a case portion 15e in which the fan motor portion 15d is housed. ing.
  Further, the electric blower 15 is placed horizontally so that the fan 15a faces the front, and an intake port 15f for sucking exhaust gas from the dust collecting unit 18 is formed on the front surface. The fan motor unit 15d is housed in a synthetic resin case 15e via a vibration isolating rubber 15g. The case portion 15e is fixed to the lower case 11 with screws.
  The vacuum cleaner main body 2 is formed with a handle portion 20c having a concave shape in cross section for lifting and transporting the vacuum cleaner main body 2 by placing a finger on the lower surface of the front end of the lower case 11 (below the hose connection port 20b). ing. By providing the handle 20c in this manner, the vacuum cleaner body 2 can be easily transported even when the vacuum cleaner 1 is used without attaching the separate handle 30.
  In the upper part of the cleaner body 2, a space Q <b> 1 is formed between the upper case 12 and the dust case cover 13, and a space Q <b> 2 is formed between the upper case 12 and the upper surface 14 s of the exhaust cover 14. Further, a space Q <b> 3 is formed between the upper case 12 and the back surface 14 t of the exhaust cover 14 at the back of the cleaner body 2. Thus, the vacuum cleaner body 2 has a double wall structure around the electric blower 15.
  A control board 17 including a board 17b on which various electric components 17a are provided is attached to the upper part of the electric blower 15. The electrical component 17a is provided on the upper surface of the substrate 17b. A space Q4 through which air flows is formed between the control board 17 and the upper case 12.
  The cord reel 16 includes a reel portion 16a that winds or feeds the cord 16b, and a power cord 16b that is connected to a commercial power source. The reel portion 16a is rotatably supported in the lower case 11 so that the rotation shaft 16g is disposed facing the front-rear direction.
9 is a cross-sectional view taken along line AA in FIG.
As shown in FIG. 9, the electric blower 15 has an exhaust portion 15h formed on the right side surface (the left side in the drawing) of the case portion 15e. An air cleaning filter 23 is attached to the exhaust part 15h. Examples of the filter 23 include a HEPA filter (High Efficiency Particulate Air Filter) and a ULPA filter (Ultra Low Penetration Air Filter).
  Further, as shown by the white arrow in FIG. 9, the exhaust gas discharged from the exhaust part 15h flows upward (see arrow R1), and moves the control board 17 from the right direction (left side in the figure) to the left direction (right side in the figure). After flowing toward (see arrow R2), it is configured to flow backward (see arrow R3) through the communication hole S1 indicated by hatching. In addition, behind the electric blower 15, the edge of the disc 16 a 1 that supports the reel 16 a and the edge of the partition plate 12 i that extends downward from the back surface (lower surface) of the upper case 12 abut. The wall surface is configured. As a result, the exhaust discharged from the exhaust portion 15 h does not flow directly toward the cord reel 16.
10 is a cross-sectional view taken along line BB in FIG. In FIG. 10, the cord portion of the power cord 16b is not shown, and only the connection plug 16c is shown.
As shown in FIG. 10, the exhaust gas (see arrow R4) that has passed through the communication hole S1 (see FIG. 9) flows toward the exhaust communication holes 12f and 12g and cools the cord reel 16 (see FIG. 8). While flowing. Exhaust gas that has passed through the exhaust communication hole 12f flows between the upper case 12 and the exhaust cover 14, and is discharged from the hole on the left side of the exhaust port 14d (see arrow R5). Further, the exhaust gas that has passed through the exhaust communication hole 12g flows between the upper case 12 and the exhaust cover 14, and is discharged from the hole on the right side of the exhaust port 14d (see arrow R6). Further, the exhaust gas that has not passed through the exhaust communication holes 12f and 12g is discharged to the outside through a gap between the plug cord outlet 14c through which the power cord 16b is inserted and the power cord 16b (see arrow R7).
FIG. 11 is a cross-sectional view of the wheel.
As shown in FIG. 11, the wheel 19a is formed of a resin member containing carbon fibers similar to that of the upper case 12 (for example, a PP resin containing carbon fibers made of short fibers, carbon resin), and is lightweight and high. It is configured to exhibit rigidity. In addition, the wheel 19a is formed with a shaft portion 19d that is rotatably supported by the lower case 11 in the center in the radial direction of the disk-shaped wheel main body 19c. Further, a recess 19e to which the sheet 19f is attached is formed on almost the entire outer surface of the wheel body 19c. In this way, by providing the seat 19f on almost the entire surface visible from the outside of the wheel 19a by the seat 19f, it is possible to cover the carbon fiber pattern or the like that floats on the wheel body 19c, and to provide high design electric cleaning. Machine can be realized.
  In the vacuum cleaner 1 configured as described above, the electric blower 15 and the cord reel 16 are arranged at the front and rear in the cleaner main body 2 (see FIG. 8), and the exhaust unit 15 h is provided on the side surface of the electric blower 15. Thus, the left-right width of the cleaner body 2 can be reduced while mounting the air cleaning filter.
  Moreover, in the vacuum cleaner 1, by providing the exhaust part 15h in the side surface of the electric blower 15, the height of the electric blower 15 can be made low and the height of the cleaner main body 2 can be made low. According to this, since the flow path in which most of the air discharged from the electric blower 15 crosses the control board 17 is formed, even if the control board 17 is arranged on the upper part of the electric blower 15, the height of the vacuum cleaner main body 2 is increased. Can be prevented from becoming too large.
  Further, in the vacuum cleaner 1, the control board 17 is disposed above the electric blower 15, and in the space between the upper case 12 and the exhaust cover 14 on the opposite side to the exhaust portion 15 h with the electric blower 15 interposed therebetween. A communication hole S1 for allowing the exhaust to flow is formed. According to this, the control board 17 can be efficiently cooled.
  Moreover, in the vacuum cleaner 1, since the circumference | surroundings of the electric blower 15 are covered with the double wall by the upper case 12 and the exhaust cover 14, there exists an effect which can reduce noise (exhaust sound etc.).
  Furthermore, since the upper case 12 is covered with the dust case cover 13 and the exhaust cover 14, no impact from the outside is directly applied to the upper case 12, so that the upper case 12 can be made thin. The weight can be reduced.
  Next, the separate handle 30 will be described with reference to FIGS. 12 is a front view showing the separate handle, FIG. 13 is an exploded perspective view showing the separate handle, FIG. 14 is a rear view when the handle cover is viewed from the back side, and FIG. CC sectional view, (b) is the DD sectional view of (a), (c) is the EE sectional view of (a). It should be noted that the separate handle 30 can be appropriately selected to be used by a user (see FIG. 1) or not.
  As shown in FIG. 12, the separate handle 30 includes a substantially cylindrical hose insertion portion 31 through which a joint (not shown) of the hose 3 (see FIG. 1) is inserted, and a grip 32 that is a portion gripped by the user. , And a pair of arm portions 33 that join the hose insertion portion 31 and the grip 32 to each other.
  The grip 32 includes a round portion 32a formed in a substantially U shape, and straight portions 32b and 32b formed in a substantially straight shape. The round portion 32a is located on the front side, and the straight portions 32b and 32b are on the rear side. It is comprised so that it may be located in. Further, the grip 32 is inclined so that the rounded portion 32a is obliquely upward.
  The arm portion 33 is arranged in a reverse C shape in a front view, and is joined at the position of the straight portion 32b. Accordingly, a hand can be inserted into a space surrounded by the grip 32, the arm portions 33, 33, and the hose insertion portion 31, and the rounded portion 32 a of the grip 32 can be gripped by the hand.
  As shown in FIG. 13, the grip 32 includes a main body portion 34 that is formed integrally with the hose insertion portion 31 and the arm portion 33, and a grip cover 35 that covers the entire outer surface side of the main body portion 34. ing.
  The main body portion 34 has an inner surface portion 34s that constitutes the inner surface of the rounded portion 32a and an inner surface portion 34t that constitutes the inner surface of the linear portion 32b.
  The grip cover 35 has an outer surface portion 35s constituting the outer surface of the rounded portion 32a and an outer surface portion 35t constituting the outer surface of the linear portion 32b.
  In this way, by configuring the grip 32 with the two parts of the main body portion 34 and the grip cover 35, the grip 32 can be formed into a rounded and thick shape, so that the ease of holding for the user is improved. Moreover, the vacuum cleaner main body 2 can be reduced in weight by using it without attaching the separate handle 30.
  As shown in FIG. 14, a claw portion 35a that protrudes substantially rearward is formed at the lower edge of the round portion 35s. The claw at the tip of the claw portion 35a is downward. In addition, protrusions 35f protruding in an L shape are formed at a plurality of locations on the upper inner surface of the round portion 35s.
  The straight portion 35t is formed with a claw portion 35b protruding inward at the lower end edge portion at a position corresponding to the arm portion 33. The claw at the tip of the claw portion 35b faces downward. Further, claw portions 35c and 35d are formed vertically on the inner surface of the end portion of the straight portion 35t. A boss 35e into which a screw 36 (see FIG. 13) is screwed is formed at the end of the straight portion 35t.
  Returning to FIG. 13, an insertion hole 34a into which the claw portion 35a is inserted is formed in the inner surface portion 34s. Insertion holes 34b, 34c, 34d into which the claw portions 35b, 35c, 35d are inserted are formed in the inner surface portion 34t. Further, a screw insertion hole 34e is formed in the inner surface portion 34t at a position corresponding to the boss 35e.
  As shown in FIG. 15A, the claw portion 35a of the grip cover 35 is locked to a locking portion 34a1 formed in the insertion hole 34a, and the upper edge 34s1 of the inner surface portion 34s of the main body portion 34. Is sandwiched between the upper edge 35s1 of the outer surface 35s of the grip cover 35 and the projection 35f.
  As shown in FIG. 15B, the claw portion 35c of the grip cover 35 is locked by being inserted into the insertion hole 34c from the front to the rear.
  As shown in FIG. 15C, the claw portion 35d of the grip cover 35 is locked by being inserted into the insertion hole 34d from the front to the rear. Further, the claw portion 35b of the grip cover 35 is inserted into the insertion hole 34b and locked to the surface of the inner surface portion 34t.
  Finally, the screw cover 36 is inserted into the screw insertion hole 34e and screwed into the boss 35e, whereby the grip cover 35 is fixed to the main body 34.
  Further, when the cover (grip cover 35) is provided on the separate handle 30, the end face of the cover is exposed over the entire circumference as compared with the case where the cover is provided on the handle provided to the cleaner body. In general, in this embodiment, as described above, the separate handle 30 is locked by the seven claw portions 35a, 35b, 35b, 35c, 35c, 35d, and 35d. By fastening with the two screws 36, 36, it is possible to strongly fix against the twist and the force in the opening direction S2 (see FIG. 15) without impairing the design.
  The present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and can be changed as appropriate without departing from the scope of the present invention. For example, in the present embodiment, the case where the cleaner body 2 is provided with the cord reel 16 has been described as an example, but the present invention may be applied to the cleaner body 2 that does not include the cord reel 16.
  Further, in the present embodiment, the case in which the upper case 12 is configured to cover the upper case 12 is described by taking as an example the case of the two parts of the dust case cover 13 and the exhaust cover 14, but the upper case 12 is concealed when using the vacuum cleaner. If possible, the dust case cover 13 and the exhaust cover 14 may be composed of a single component.
1 Vacuum Cleaner 2 Vacuum Cleaner Body 11 Lower Case 12 Upper Case 13 Dust Case Cover (Dust Collection Cover)
14 exhaust cover 14d exhaust port 15 electric blower 15h exhaust part 16 code reel 17 control board 18 dust collecting part 19a wheel 19f seat S1 communication hole

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  1. Equipped with a vacuum cleaner body including a dust collection part that collects dust and an electric blower that generates suction power,
    The vacuum cleaner body is
    A lower case made of resin not containing carbon fiber,
    An upper case that is formed of a resin material containing carbon fiber and covers the upper part of the electric blower,
    Cleaner cover the whole of the upper case at the time of use, and a resin cover without the carbon fiber,
    The cover is composed of two parts, a dust collection lid that opens and closes the dust collection portion, and an exhaust cover that includes an exhaust port.
    The vacuum cleaner , wherein the dust collecting lid is rotatably supported by the upper case .
  2. The vacuum cleaner body includes a cord reel that supplies power to the electric blower,
    The electric vacuum cleaner according to claim 1 , wherein the electric blower and the cord reel are arranged in the front-rear direction, and an exhaust portion of the electric blower is provided on a side surface of the electric blower.
  3. The vacuum cleaner body is
    A control board for controlling the electric blower is disposed on the electric blower, and
    The electric hole according to claim 2 , wherein a communication hole for allowing exhaust to flow between the upper case and the exhaust cover is formed on the opposite side of the exhaust unit across the electric blower. Vacuum cleaner.
  4. The cleaner resin cover for covering the upper case of the body, any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that it is integrally molded with a sheet to conceal the whole and or a part of the outer surface The vacuum cleaner as described in.
  5. The vacuum cleaner main body is provided with a pair of left and right resin wheels including carbon fibers on the side surface of the lower case,
    The vacuum cleaner according to any one of claims 1 to 4 , wherein the wheel is provided with a sheet that conceals substantially the entire outer surface of the wheel.
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