JPH08238206A - Mop yarn squeezer - Google Patents

Mop yarn squeezer

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JPH08238206A
JPH08238206A JP4389295A JP4389295A JPH08238206A JP H08238206 A JPH08238206 A JP H08238206A JP 4389295 A JP4389295 A JP 4389295A JP 4389295 A JP4389295 A JP 4389295A JP H08238206 A JPH08238206 A JP H08238206A
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cleaning container
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Katsuzo Kamata
勝三 鎌田
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PURPOSE: To provide a mop yarn squeezer which keeps a purifying container from breaking against the operation of a lever. CONSTITUTION: A support leg 51a extending at the right angle to the side plate 50a and with a cut formed at a lower part thereof, a positioning leg 66 and a buckle 70 having a retaining pawl 74 are arranged at lower parts of left and right side plates 50a of the body 12 of the apparatus. A mouth rim part 83 is fitted into a cut of a carrier leg 51a to support the body 12 of the apparatus. A surrounding wall 82 of the purifying container 80 is grasped between the positioning leg 66 and the retaining pawl 74 while the retaining pawl 74 is retained on a lower rim 85 of a winding part 84 of the surrounding 82. Even when a lever 14 is operated, the purifying container 80 is not broken as no vertical force works on the surrounding wall 82 of the purifying container 80.

Description

Detailed Description of the Invention

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a mop yarn squeezing device, and more particularly to a mop yarn squeezing device used for squeezing the mop yarn of a cleaning mop such as a floor after washing.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, as shown in FIG. 1, a mop 1 having a mop thread 3 attached to one end of a handle 2 is used for wiping the floor of a building or factory. The operator holds the handle 2 of the mop 1 and wipes the floor with the mop thread 3,
When is dirty, the mop thread 3 is dipped in a cleaning container containing the cleaning liquid with the mop thread 3 attached to the handle 2 and washed. Generally, the washed mop thread 3 is, as shown in the perspective view of FIG.
The mop thread squeezing device 4 fixed by hooking the rim portion 83 of the cleaning container 80 squeezes it. As shown in the side view of FIG. 4 and the plan view of FIG. 5, the mop yarn squeezing device 4 has cutouts 52 formed in the lower portions of the left and right side plates 50a and 50b, and the cutouts 52 of the cleaning container 80 are formed. The peripheral wall 82 is inserted and hooked and fixed to the rim portion 83 of the peripheral wall 82.

In this way, the mop yarn squeezing device 4 fixed inside the washing container 80 is the mop yarn squeezing device 4 which is washed by immersing it in the washing liquid 90 through the opening 86 of the washing container 80. It is inserted into the inside 13 of the device from above.
Then, the inserted mop thread 3 is transferred to the lever 14 of the device 4.
Is rotated in the direction shown by the arrow 19, the yarn is squeezed by the mop thread pressing member.

For example, as schematically shown in FIG. 2, by operating a lever, the rollers 7a, 7 which are mop thread pressing members.
When b is lowered, the mop thread 3 placed on the bottom 9 of the inside 13 of the apparatus is compressed, and the cleaning liquid 90 contained in the mop thread 3 is squeezed out. In the above description, the rollers 7a and 7b are shown as the mop thread pressing members for simplification of the description, but in practice, rotary pressing plates are often used. Further, generally, the interval between the mop yarn pressing members is wide at the start of the lever operation to facilitate the insertion of the mop yarn, and is narrowed with the lever operation, and becomes constant in the latter half of the lever operation for actually compressing the mop yarn. Is configured.

By the way, as the cleaning container 80, there is a dedicated container, but in general, an empty can is often used to reduce the cost. That is, a carrier is often attached to a so-called pail can having a volume of about 20 liters which is generally used as a container for wax or the like. In that case, there are the following problems.

That is, the hook type mop yarn squeezing device 4 as described above is operated by a moment generated by lever operation.
Is tilted, the edge 53 of the notch at the lower part of the apparatus contacts the peripheral wall 82 of the cleaning container 80, and a force in a direction substantially perpendicular to the peripheral wall 82 acts, causing a problem that the peripheral wall 82 is dented and damaged. This problem can be improved to some extent by using a protector or increasing the contact area, but it is not a fundamental solution.

[0007]

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION Therefore, the technical problem to be solved by the present invention is to provide a mop yarn squeezing device which does not damage the washing container even if the lever is operated.

[0008]

In order to solve the above technical problems, the present invention provides a mop yarn squeezing device having the following configuration.

That is, the mop yarn squeezing device is provided with a mop yarn pressing plate which is lowered by a lever operation above a squeezing tank formed by connecting a pair of side plates to both sides of a net bottom plate. Supporting parts on both sides of the lower front side and the lower rear side of the throttling tank,
Locking claws are provided on the lower rear side of the throttle tank.
The front side is the lever operating side, that is, the operator side, and the back side is the side opposite to the front side. There are at least three support parts. Also, although the number of locking claws is usually one,
There may be a plurality. The supporting portion is mounted on the rim portion of the cleaning container, and the locking claw is mounted on the cleaning container by being locked on the lower edge of the winding portion of the cleaning container. Is located substantially above the rim of the. That is,
A part of the squeezing tank may be below the rim of the cleaning container.

In the apparatus having the above structure, the support portions provided on both sides of the lower front surface of the throttle tank can be constituted by, for example, support legs fixed to the side plates or support members fixed to the net bottom plate. The support portion and the locking claws provided on the lower rear surface side of the throttling tank may be directly provided on the mesh bottom plate of the throttling tank or both side plates, or a separate member may be provided between the side plates. It may be fixed and provided via this separate member. Further, the support portion and the locking claws provided on the lower rear surface side of the throttle tank are set so as to face each other.
Although the structure in which the support portion and the locking claw are provided is generally offset, the number of the support portions and the locking claws may be different from each other, or either or both of them may be plural.

In the above structure, when using this device, the device is placed on the cleaning container by the support,
Supported by at least three points. Then, the mop yarn is placed on the net bottom plate of the device, and the mop yarn is pressed by the mop yarn pressing member by lever operation to squeeze the cleaning liquid contained in the mop yarn. The squeezed cleaning liquid is dripped into the cleaning container from the mesh of the mesh bottom plate and collected.

When the lever is operated, the device is supported by the support portion and the rear side engaging claw. That is, when a moment is applied to the device by operating the lever, the support portion pushes the edge portion of the cleaning container downward. On the other hand, the locking claw is locked to the lower edge of the winding portion of the cleaning container to prevent the device from being lifted. That is, the locking claws exert a force of pulling the cleaning container upward. The cleaning container receives only the force in the vertical direction, that is, the surface direction of the peripheral wall, and does not receive the force in the direction perpendicular to the peripheral wall as in the conventional device.

Therefore, in the apparatus having the above construction, the washing container is not damaged even if the lever is operated.

Further, in the device having the above-mentioned structure, the operating point of the lever operating force can be located in the region where the supporting force from the caster is received, so that it is excellent in stability during operation. That is, in the conventional device, when the lever is tilted, the point of operating the lever, that is, the point of action of the lever operating force is outside the cleaning container. Therefore, a moment is generated by the operating force for pushing the lever downward and the upward supporting force from the casters, and the washing container is likely to tip over during the operation. In the conventional device, since the position of the lever fixed end is regulated within a certain range because the device is put in the cleaning container, the entire lever cannot be displaced, and in order to obtain a predetermined mop thread drawing force. Solving this problem is not easy because the lever cannot be shortened. On the other hand, in the device having the above-mentioned configuration, since the throttling tank including the drive shaft for fixing the lever is above the cleaning container, the entire throttling tank is shifted to the back side so that the lever fixed end is displaced toward the outer side of the cleaning container, The point of action of the lever operation force when the lever is tilted can be located in or near the region where the cleaning container receives the supporting force from the caster. Therefore, the apparatus having the above-mentioned configuration is superior to the conventional apparatus in that the cleaning container is less likely to fall when the lever is operated, and is excellent in stability during operation.

Further, when the apparatus having the above-mentioned structure is attached to the cleaning container, the throttling tank is located above the rim of the cleaning container. Therefore, the width of the net bottom plate is restricted by the size of the rim of the cleaning container. I will not receive it. That is, the width of the net bottom plate can be made wider than that of the conventional device. Therefore, the width of the mop yarn that can be used in the conventional device is up to 6 inches (18 cm), but in the device having the above configuration, the width of the mop yarn is wider than that, for example, 8 inches (24 cm). Can also be made available.

Further, the device having the above-described structure can be made more compact in the height direction than the conventional device. That is, in the conventional device, in order to reduce the abutting force acting on the peripheral wall of the cleaning container by lever operation, the notch edge part that is as far as possible from the mouth edge of the cleaning container is formed by deepening the notch of the side plate. It is necessary to make contact with the peripheral wall of the. Therefore, downsizing in the height direction is not easy. On the other hand, in the device having the above structure, it is easy to downsize the lower part of the diaphragm layer.

Further, in the apparatus having the above construction, the throttling tank does not enter the cleaning container, so that a larger amount of cleaning liquid can be contained in the cleaning container than in the conventional apparatus. Therefore, working efficiency can be improved.

Furthermore, in the apparatus having the above-mentioned structure, the entire squeezing tank is slightly shifted to the outside of the washing container,
It is possible to make the opening for immersing the mop yarn in the cleaning liquid wider than that of the conventional device. Therefore, the operability is improved.

[0019] Preferably, the support portion is provided with a support leg having an upward notch formed in the lower portion, which fits into the edge portion of the cleaning container.

In the above structure, the device is positioned by the notch of the supporting leg. Therefore, the device can be easily attached to the cleaning container, and the attachment position does not shift during use.

Preferably, a positioning leg is further provided facing the locking claw, and the peripheral wall of the cleaning container is held by the locking claw and the positioning leg.

In the above structure, the apparatus is more securely fixed to the cleaning container, and the mounting stability is improved.

Therefore, in the apparatus having the above-mentioned structure, with the apparatus attached to the washing container, the lever of the apparatus is held,
The device and the cleaning container can be moved integrally. In the conventional hook-type device, the device and the cleaning container were not completely fixed to each other, and thus the device could not be integrally moved in this way.

Preferably, a gutter means is further provided around the lower part of the throttling tank for receiving the throttling liquid leaking from the throttling tank and guiding it toward the center of the lower part of the throttling tank.

In the above structure, the cleaning liquid squeezed out from the mop yarn, that is, the squeezing liquid is received by the gutter means and is made to flow into the cleaning container. The gutter means is preferably provided for a portion protruding from the washing container when the device is attached to the washing container, and is not necessarily provided for a portion which is collected in the washing container even if the squeezing fluid leaks from the throttling tank. It doesn't have to be.

Therefore, the cleaning liquid squeezed out from the mop yarn does not splash or spill out of the cleaning container. It is suitable when the squeezing tank is protruding from the cleaning container to the outside.

[0027]

EXAMPLE A mop yarn squeezing device 10 according to an example of the present invention shown in FIGS. 7 to 11 will be described in detail below. FIG. 7 is a side view of the mop yarn squeezing device 10 according to the embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view of the main parts of FIG. 7. FIG. 9 is a plan view of the device 10 of FIG. Figure 10
FIG. 8 is a rear view of the device 10 of FIG. 7. FIG. 11 is a detailed view of the diaphragm plate 40.

First, the general construction of the apparatus 10 will be described with reference to FIGS.

As shown in FIG. 7, this device 10 comprises a throttle tank 12, a lever 14, and a drive shaft 16.

As shown in FIGS. 8 and 9, the throttling tank 12 has a substantially box-like shape in which the left and right side plates 50a and 50b are connected to a substantially U-shaped bottom plate 60 and the upper side is opened. Throttling tank 12
As shown in FIG. 8, the left and right side plates 50a, 50b are formed with squeezing plate guide holes 56a, 56b, a rack guide hole 57, and a drive shaft support hole (not shown) symmetrically. Also,
The pinion 20 and the rack 30, which mesh with each other, and the rack guide plate 59 are provided outside the upper portions of the left and right side plates 50a and 50b.
With. The pinion 20, the rack 30, and the rack guide plate 59 are covered with a cover (not shown in FIG. 8). Both ends 17 of the drive shaft 16 are fixed in the drive shaft fixing holes 24 of the left and right pinions 20. The left and right racks 30 support a pair of diaphragm plates 40. The throttling tank 12 is
Mounting portions 51a and 51b are provided outside the lower portion. Lever 14
Is fixed to the drive shaft 16 as shown in FIG. As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, the lever 14 extends obliquely to the upper right in the initial state. Both ends 17 of the drive shaft 16 have drive shaft support holes for the left and right side plates 50a, 50b.
It is pivotally supported by (not shown).

The structure of the throttle tank 12 will be described in more detail.

As shown in FIG. 8, the pinion 20 has teeth 22a, 2 on its upper side 21 along a curved pitch circle 23.
2b is formed. This pitch circle 23 is non-circular. That is, the pitch circle radius from the rotation center O of the pinion 20 is not constant. Details will be described later.

As shown in FIG. 8, the rack 30 has a generally inverted Y shape. That is, the rack 30 includes a central arm 37 that extends in the up-down direction, and a left arm 38a and a right arm 38b that extend obliquely downward from the lower portion of the central arm 37 in a V shape. On the central arm 37, the guide projection 36 is provided with side plates 50a, 50
The protrusion is provided on the b side, and slidably contacts the rack guide holes 57 of the side plates 50a and 50b. One vertical side 31a of the central arm 37 is linear and slidably contacts the rack guide plate 59 of the side plates 50a and 50b.
On the other vertical side 31b of the central arm 37, teeth 32a and 32b that mesh with the teeth 22a and 22b of the pinion 20 are formed. At the tips of the left arm 38a and the right arm 38b, the diaphragm plate support holes 34 are provided.
a and 34b are formed.

The pinion 20 and the rack 30 are different in construction from the circular pinion 5 and the linear rack 6 in the conventional apparatus 4.

That is, the pitch circle radius OC of the pinion 20 at the contact point C between the pitch circle 23 of the pinion 20 and the pitch line 33 of the rack 30 is such that the pinion 20 is the rack 3
It is large when meshing with the lower part 39b of 0
It becomes smaller as it meshes with the upper portion 39a side of 0, and becomes substantially constant when meshing with the upper portion 39a side of the rack 30. The pitch line 33 of the rack 30 corresponds to the pitch circle 23 of the pinion 20 and changes in a curved shape or a linear shape. That is, the pitch circle 23 of the pinion 20 has a radius OC.
Has a gradually decreasing first region A and a second region B having a substantially constant radius OC. Correspondingly, rack 3
The 0 pitch line 33 has a first area A ′ and a second area B ′.

The pinion 20 and the rack 30 are not essential, but the teeth 22a, 22b, 32a, 3 are displaced by a half pitch.
2b is configured to mesh with each other. That is, the pinion 20 has teeth 22a, 22b that are offset by a half pitch.
However, two plate members formed separately from each other are joined together, and similarly, the rack 30 has teeth 32a, which are offset by a half pitch,
Two plate members 32b formed separately are joined together. By engaging the teeth that are offset by half the pitch, the backlash between the pinion 20 and the rack 30 is reduced,
Lever operation becomes smooth.

As shown in FIG. 11, the diaphragm plate 40 includes a pressing portion 43 in which three diaphragm blades 42a, 42b, 42c are joined together along the same axis so as to have a T-shaped cross section, and a pressing portion 43. Part 4
3 are provided with sliding contact portions 46a and 46b that are adjacent to each other in the axial direction, and support protrusions 44a and 44b that project from the sliding contact portions 46a and 46b outward in the axial direction. As shown in FIG. 8, the pair of diaphragm plates 40 are respectively supported by the diaphragm plate support holes 34a, 34b of the left arm 38a and the right arm 38b of the left and right racks 30, and the sliding contact portions 46a, 46b are arranged on the left and right sides. Side plate 5
The slide plate guide holes 56a and 56b of 0a and 50b are slidably contacted.

The left and right side plates 50a, 50b are provided at the lower portions on the opposite side of the lever 14 as shown in FIGS.
Support legs 51a, 51b extending outward in the direction perpendicular to 0b
Have. As shown in FIG. 10, the support legs 51a and 51b are formed with an upward cutout 52 at the bottom.

In the lower part of the bottom plate 60, as shown in FIGS. 9 and 10, a large number of holes 62 are formed. On the left and right side plates 50a, 50b, on the lower part on the same side as the lever 14, as shown in FIG.
8, a receiving plate 64 extending below the bottom plate 60
Are joined. In addition, as shown in FIGS. 8 and 9, the left and right side plates 50 are provided so as to surround the lower periphery of the throttle tank 12 from the outside.
Also on the outside of a and 50b and on the back side of the bottom plate 60, the receiving plate 65
a, 65b, 65c are provided. These backing plates 64,
65a, 65b, 65c are joined together without a gap to form a gutter means. The bottom center of the bottom plate 60 and the receiving plate 6
The positioning leg 66 is fixed to the lower surface of the positioning plate 66, and the buckle 70 is fixed downward to the outer surface of the positioning leg 66. One end 77 of a spring 76 is fixed to the upper portion of the buckle 70. The other end 78 of the spring 76 is fixed to a spring mounting plate 16a protruding from the drive shaft 16 on the rear side in the direction perpendicular to the axis. A notch 70a is formed on the side surface of the buckle. Further, a locking claw 74 is provided at the lower center of the buckle 70 so as to be horizontally retractable in the direction of the positioning leg 56.

Next, the operation of this device will be described.

The lever 14 is indicated by an arrow 19 in FIGS.
When the pinion 20 is rotated in the diaphragm operation direction indicated by, the rack 3 that meshes with the pinion 20 is rotated.
0 is guided by the rack guide hole 57 and the rack guide plate 59, and moves straight down integrally with the diaphragm plate 40.

In the initial state before the throttle operation, the drive shaft 16 is rotated by the tension of the spring 76 and the rack 30 is lifted upward. Further, in the diaphragm plate 40, the sliding contact portions 46a, 46b thereof have the diaphragm plate guide holes 56a, 56a of the side plates 50a, 50b.
56b, positioned under the diaphragm plate support holes 34a, 34b of the left arm 38a and the right arm 38b of the rack 40,
The distance between them is the widest.

When the rack 30 is lowered while resisting the tension of the spring 76 by the operation of squeezing the lever 14, the squeezing plate 4
0 moves while being guided by two diaphragm plate guide holes 56a and 56b whose upper part is wide and whose lower part is parallel to the vertical direction.
That is, the diaphragm plates 40 move inward toward each other and descend while the interval becomes narrower, and then move in parallel downward at a constant interval.

In the first half of the lever operation, the pinion 20 meshes with the rack 30 in the first area A where the pitch circle radius OC is relatively large, so the descending rate of the rack 30, that is, the descending amount with respect to the lever rotation angle is large. Lever 14
As the pitch circle radius OC of the pinion 20 gradually decreases with the operation of, the descending rate of the rack 30 gradually decreases. In the latter half of the lever operation, the pinion 20 meshes with the rack 30 in the second region B in which the pitch circle radius OC is substantially constant, so the descending rate of the rack 30 is also substantially constant. That is, the diaphragm plate 40 rapidly descends in the first half of the operation of the lever 14, and then descends at a substantially constant rate in the latter half of the lever operation.

Before the lever is operated, the distance between the diaphragm plates 40 is widened, so that it is possible to insert the mop thread 3 from between the diaphragm plates 40 and stack it on the bottom 61 of the inside 12 of the apparatus, that is, on the bottom plate 60. It's easy. In the first half of the lever operation, the distance between the widened diaphragm plates 40 is narrowed, and the diaphragm plates 40 approach the overlapped mop yarns 3. Then, in the latter half of the lever operation, the diaphragm plate 40 presses the mop thread 3 to compress it. In the mop thread 3, the operating force F applied to the lever 14 is the pitch circle radius O of the pinion 20 having the lever length L.
C or pressure force boosted by the ratio to R (L / R)
P = (L / R) × F works.

By the way, in the conventional device 4 provided with the drive mechanism 7 shown in FIG. 6, the pitch circle radius R of the pinion 5 can be reduced only to a certain extent, so that a sufficient pressing force P is generated by the normal operating force F. I can't do it. That is, the mop thread 3 could not be squeezed sufficiently.

On the other hand, in the device 10 having the above-described structure, in the latter half of the lever operation that needs to generate a large pressing force P, the pitch circle radius O of the pinion 20 is larger than that in the conventional device 4.
By decreasing C or R, the same operating force F
However, the pressing force P larger than that of the conventional device 4 can be generated. Therefore, in the latter half of the lever operation, the amount of movement of the mop thread drawing member (the change rate of the amount of movement with respect to the lever operation angle) becomes small.
By making the moving amount of the mop yarn pressing member in the first half of the lever operation, the moving amount of the entire mop yarn pressing member is kept the same as that of the conventional device. That is, in the latter half of the lever operation, the pitch circle radius OC of the pinion 20 is reduced, so that the amount of lowering of the rack 30 is reduced, but in the first half of the lever operation where the mop thread pressing force is not required, the pitch circle radius OC of the pinion 20 is reduced. Larger diaphragm plate 40
The amount of descent is increased so that operability is not impaired.

Therefore, the device 10 having the above-described structure can sufficiently squeeze the mop yarn by exerting a large pressing force P on the mop yarn 3 by the lever operation without impairing the operability.

Even if the pitch circle radius OC of the pinion 20 is kept small even in the latter half of the lever operation, not only the pressing force P larger than necessary is generated, but also the lowering ratio of the diaphragm plate 40 becomes smaller. Therefore, in the device 10 having the above configuration, in the latter half of the lever operation, the pinion 20
The pitch circle radius OC is set to be constant or substantially constant so that an appropriate pressing force P is generated and the lowering ratio of the diaphragm plate 40 is not too small.

Next, a method of using this device will be described.

As shown in FIG. 7, the apparatus 10 is used in a state in which it is positioned and fixed to the rim portion 83 of the peripheral wall 82 of the cleaning container 80 containing the cleaning liquid 90. That is, this device 10 has the cleaning container 8 in the notch 52 of the left and right support legs 51a and 51b and the notch 70a of the buckle 70.
The peripheral wall 82 of 0 is inserted and supported by the edge portion 83 of the cleaning container 80. At the same time, as shown in FIG.
6 and the locking claw 74 of the buckle 70 are attached to the peripheral wall 8 of the cleaning container 80.
2, the notch 70a of the buckle 70 and the upper surface of the locking claw 74 hold the winding portion 8 of the rim portion 83 of the cleaning container 80.
4, the locking claw 74 is locked to the lower edge 85 of the winding portion 84, and the throttle tank 12 is fixed. In this state, the bottom plate 60 is located above the rim portion 83 of the cleaning container 80. As shown in FIG. 9, the squeezing tank 12 covers the upper portion of the cleaning container 80, leaving a sufficiently wide opening 86. The cleaning container 80 may be a dedicated container,
It is possible to use a so-called pail having a volume of about 20 liters, which is generally used as a container for wax or the like, and to attach a caster 88 to the bottom for use.

As shown in FIGS. 7 and 9, the worker dips the mop yarn 3 from the opening portion 86 of the washing container 80 into the washing liquid 90 in the washing container 80 to wash the mop yarn 3 and then removes the mop yarn 3 from the apparatus 10. Is inserted into the inside 13 of the apparatus from above. That is, the mop thread 3 is inserted between the pair of diaphragm plates 40 and placed on the bottom plate 60. Next, the operator holds the handle 2 of the mop 1 with one hand and the lever 14 with the other hand.
Is tilted in the direction of arrow 19, that is, toward the operator. By this lever operation, the diaphragm plate 40 is lowered after the distance between them is narrowed, and the pressing force P proportional to the operating force F of the lever acts on the mop yarn 3. The cleaning liquid 90 squeezed out of the mop thread 3 that has been pressed into the cleaning container 80 directly from the hole 62 of the bottom plate 60, or the receiving plates 65a, 65b, 65c surrounding the three sides of the squeezing tank 12 and the bottom plate 60. It is guided to the receiving plate 64 extending downward, flows out into the container 80, and is collected. That is, the mop yarn 3 is squeezed.

By operating the lever, a moment is applied to the apparatus 10 such that the positioning leg 66 side is lifted, but as described above, the locking claw 74 of the buckle 70 is engaged with the lower edge 85 of the winding portion 84 of the cleaning container 80. Stop, so device 1
0 cannot be lifted. Therefore, the edge portion 53 of the notch 52 of the support legs 51a and 51b is operated by the lever to move the container 80.
It does not come into contact with the peripheral wall 82.

Therefore, since the force in the right angle direction does not act on the peripheral wall 82 of the cleaning container 80, the cleaning container 80 is not dented and damaged.

The mop yarn squeezing device 10 having the above structure is superior to the conventional device 4 in addition to the above.

That is, in the conventional device 4, the squeezing tank has entered the inside of the cleaning container, whereas in the mop yarn squeezing device 10 having the above-described structure, the squeezing tank 12 does not enter the cleaning container 80 but the cleaning container 80. , The width of the bottom plate 60 of the throttle tank 12 is not restricted by the cleaning container 80. Therefore, the mop yarn squeezing device 10 having the above configuration
Can increase the width of the bottom plate 60. Therefore, in the apparatus 10 having the above-mentioned configuration, even if the cleaning container 80 having the same size is used,
It can be used with a wider mop thread 3 than the conventional device 4. For example, when a pail can is used as the washing container 80, the conventional device can use only up to 6 inches (18 cm) of the mop yarn 3, whereas the device 10 having the above-described configuration has a wider width. The mop yarn 3 having a width of 8 cm (24 cm) or more can also be used.

Further, the apparatus 10 having the above-mentioned structure is provided with the cleaning container 8
Since it is fixed to the upper part of 0, the area covering the mouth of the cleaning container 80 can be reduced and the opening 86 of the cleaning container 80 can be made wider than that of the conventional device 4. Further, since the apparatus 10 having the above-described configuration does not enter the apparatus like the conventional apparatus 1, a larger amount of the cleaning liquid 90 can be contained in the cleaning container 80. Therefore, the workability of the device 10 having the above configuration is improved as compared with the conventional device 4.

Further, since the device 10 is firmly fixed to the cleaning container 80 by the buckle 70, it is excellent in mounting stability as compared with the conventional device 1 of the hook-and-fix system. Therefore, with the device 10 attached to the cleaning container 80, the device 10 and the cleaning container 80 can be moved integrally by pushing and pulling while holding the lever 14.

The present invention is not limited to the above embodiment, but can be implemented in various other modes. For example, the pinion 20 and the rack 30 may be configured such that the pitch line 33 of the rack 30 is a straight line. Also,
As the mop thread pressing member, the roller 7 is used instead of the diaphragm plate 40.
You may use a, 7b. Furthermore, a lever 1 that can be operated by hand
Instead of 4, the pinion 20 may be rotated by a stepping operation.

[Brief description of drawings]

FIG. 1 is a plan view of a mop.

FIG. 2 is a schematic view of a main part of a conventional mop yarn drawing device.

FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing a state in which a conventional mop yarn squeezing device is hooked on a pail can.

4 is a side view of the device of FIG.

5 is a plan view of the device of FIG.

6 is a schematic diagram of a drive mechanism of the apparatus of FIG.

FIG. 7 is a side view of the mop yarn squeezing device according to the embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 8 is an enlarged view of a partly broken main part of FIG. 7.

9 is a plan view of FIG. 7. FIG.

FIG. 10 is a rear view of FIG. 7.

11 is a detailed view of the diaphragm plate of the apparatus of FIG. 7. FIG. (I)
Is a front view and (II) is an end view.

[Explanation of symbols]

 1 mop 2 pattern 3 mop thread 10 mop thread squeezing device 12 squeezing tank 13 inside the device 14 lever 16 drive shaft 16a spring mounting plate 17 end 19 arrow (squeezing operation) 20 pinion 21 upper side 22a, 22b teeth 23 pitch circle 24 drive shaft fixed Hole 30 Rack 31a, 31b Vertical side 32a, 32b Tooth 33 Pitch line 34a, 34b Throttle plate support hole 36 Guide protrusion 37 Middle arm 38a Left arm 38b Right arm 39a Upper 39b Lower 40 diaphragm plate (mop thread pressing member) 41 End 42a, 42b , 42c Throttle blade 43 Pressing part 44a, 44b Supporting protrusion 46a, 46b Sliding contact part 50a, 50b Side plate 51a, 51b Support leg (supporting part) 52 Notch 53 Edge part 56a, 56b Throttle plate guide hole 57 Rack guide hole 58 Rack Guide plate 60 Bottom plate 61 Bottom 62 Through hole 64 Support plate (gutter means) 65a, 65b, 65c Support plate (gutter means) 66 Positioning leg 70 bar Knuckle 70a Notch 74 Locking claw 76 Spring 77 One end 78 Other end 80 Washing container 82 Peripheral wall 83 Mouth edge 84 Winding part 85 Lower edge 86 Opening 88 Castor 90 Washing liquid A, A'First region B, B 'Second Area C Contact point O center

Claims (4)

[Claims]
1. A pair of side plates (50) on both sides of a net bottom plate (60).
In the mop yarn drawing device (4, 10) provided with a mop yarn pressing plate (40) which is lowered by a lever operation above the drawing container (12) formed by connecting a, 50b), Supporting portions (51a, 51b) are provided on both sides of the lower front surface and the lower rear surface side, and locking claws (74) are provided on the lower rear surface side of the throttling tank (12).
a, 51b) is placed on the rim (83) of the washing container (80),
The locking claw (74) is attached to the cleaning container (80) by being locked to the lower edge (85) of the winding portion (84) of the cleaning container (80), and in this mounted state, the throttling tank (12) Is configured to be located substantially above the rim portion (83) of the cleaning container (80).
2. The support portion (51a, 51b) includes a support leg (51a, 51b) having an upward notch (52) formed at a lower portion for fitting with an edge portion (83) of the cleaning container. The mop yarn squeezing device according to claim 1, wherein:
3. A positioning leg facing the locking claw (74).
The mop according to claim 1 or 2, further comprising (66), wherein the peripheral wall (82) of the cleaning container (80) is held by the locking claw (74) and the positioning leg (66). Thread drawing device.
4. The periphery of the lower portion of the throttle tank (12) receives the throttle fluid (90) leaking from the throttle tank (12) and guides it toward the center of the lower portion of the throttle tank (12). Gutter means (64,
65a, 65b, 65c) is further provided,
The mop yarn squeezing device according to claim 1, 2 or 3.
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JP4389295A JPH08238206A (en) 1995-03-03 1995-03-03 Mop yarn squeezer
CA 2170432 CA2170432A1 (en) 1995-03-03 1996-02-27 Mop thread-squeezing apparatus
US08/608,286 US5720073A (en) 1995-03-03 1996-02-28 Mop thread-squeezing apparatus
EP19960301404 EP0734681A1 (en) 1995-03-03 1996-03-01 Mop thread-squeezing apparatus

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