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KR100485714B1
KR100485714B1 KR20030021456A KR20030021456A KR100485714B1 KR 100485714 B1 KR100485714 B1 KR 100485714B1 KR 20030021456 A KR20030021456 A KR 20030021456A KR 20030021456 A KR20030021456 A KR 20030021456A KR 100485714 B1 KR100485714 B1 KR 100485714B1
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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
    • A47L9/10Filters; Dust separators; Dust removal; Automatic exchange of filters
    • A47L9/12Dry filters
    • A47L9/122Dry filters flat

Abstract

A backless vacuum cleaner is disclosed. The disclosed bagless vacuum cleaner comprises a brush; A drive motor generating a suction force; A cleaner main body equipped with the driving motor and having a filter fitting opening; A dust suction pipe having one side communicating with the filter fitting opening and the other side connected with the brush; A filter assembly that filters dirt and dust from outside air sucked into the cleaner body through the brush and the dust suction pipe, and is mounted to the filter mounting hole; And a body cover fastened to the filter assembly to facilitate insertion and removal of the filter assembly into the filter fitting, and locked to the cleaner body. The filter assembly may include a filter housing having an opening; A first filter unit connected to the filter housing; And a second filter unit mounted in a space formed between the filter housing and the first filter unit.

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Bagless vacuum cleaner

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0001] The present invention relates to a vacuum cleaner, which does not require replacement of a dust filter and can thoroughly filter out dust and dirt, as well as a backless vacuum cleaner that is easy to remove dust and clean the filter.

Conventional vacuum cleaners, as shown in Figure 1, includes a cleaner body 201, flexible hose 210 and extension tube 212, the operating handle 221 is provided with a switch 220, a brush 230 do.

 The cleaner main body 201 includes a motor (not shown) that generates suction force, a filter box 204, a paper bag 205, a body cover 203, and a wheel 202. Typically, the motor is mounted to the rear of the cleaner body 201, the air inlet 206 is formed in the body cover 203 so that the air sucked through. In addition, the filter installation box 204 is formed in front of the cleaner body 201, the paper bag 205 is mounted thereto. The wheels 202 are usually installed in pairs to freely move the cleaner body 201.

One side of the flexible hose 210 is connected to the air inlet 206, the other side is connected to the operation handle 221. The operation handle 221 is provided with a switch 220 that allows the user to select the operation and stop of the cleaner. The extension pipe 212 is connected to one side of the operation handle 221, the other side is connected to the brush 230. The brush 230 is in close contact with the bottom surface to be cleaned to suck the outside air containing dust.

The external air sucked in this way is introduced into the cleaner body 201 through the extension pipe 212 and the flexible hose 210. The introduced outside air is separated from the dust and the like while passing through the paper bag 205, and only the clean air from which the dust is removed is discharged out of the cleaning main body 201 through the motor.

Such a conventional vacuum cleaner has a inconvenience in that the paper bag 205 needs to be replaced periodically by using the paper bag 205 which is a consumable, and relies on primary filtering through the paper bag 205 to remove dust. Because of the filtering configuration, there is a disadvantage that the filtering is not enough in the place where there is a lot of dust or dirt.

In addition, the above-described conventional vacuum cleaner, when the paper bag 205 is to be replaced, the paper bag 205 with the other hand while the body cover 203 of the cleaner body 201 is opened with one hand. Must be removed and a new paper bag installed. Even if the main body cover 203 is detachable, it is inconvenient to first expose the main body cover 203 and then expose the used paper bag 205 and mount a new paper bag.

In addition, since it is not easy to check whether the paper bag inlet 207 and the air inlet 206 of the body cover 203 are exactly matched, the user installs the paper bag 205 in the filter 204. When the paper bag inlet 207 and the air inlet 206 do not match due to an incorrect mounting, not only the filtering is not performed, but dust or dirt may accumulate in the filter box 204 to cause a malfunction of the cleaner. There is this.

An object of the present invention devised to solve the above problems is to provide a backless vacuum cleaner which does not require replacement of the filter assembly.

In addition, another object of the present invention is to provide a backless vacuum cleaner that can remove dust and dirt more sufficiently by filtering the external air containing the incoming dust many times.

Further, another object of the present invention is to provide a bagless vacuum cleaner which is not concerned about operating the cleaner in the assembled state of the incomplete filter assembly, and which is easily detachable from the filter assembly.

In order to achieve the above object, the vacuum cleaner of the present invention comprises a brush; A drive motor generating a suction force; A cleaner main body equipped with the driving motor and having a filter fitting opening; A dust suction pipe having one side communicating with the filter fitting opening and the other side connected with the brush; A filter assembly that filters dirt and dust from outside air sucked into the cleaner body through the brush and the dust suction pipe, and is mounted to the filter mounting hole; And a body cover fastened to the filter assembly to facilitate insertion and removal of the filter assembly into the filter fitting, and locked to the cleaner body.

The filter assembly may include a filter housing having an opening formed therein; A first filter unit connected to the filter housing; And a second filter unit mounted in a space formed between the filter housing and the first filter unit. The filter housing may include a coupling ring connected to the main body cover and the first filter unit. If not, it is advantageous to be provided with a safety lever to prevent it from being mounted by the filter fitting.

In addition, the filter housing further comprises an opening cover for opening and closing the opening, the second filter unit, the second filter; A second filter holder supporting the second filter; And a filter net surrounding the second filter holder.

Here, the first filter unit, a first filter holder for supporting the first filter and the first filter; includes.

In addition, the bagless vacuum cleaner, brush of the present invention for realizing the above object; A drive motor generating a suction force; A cleaner main body equipped with the driving motor and having a filter fitting opening; A dust suction pipe having one side communicating with the filter fitting opening and the other side connected with the brush; A cyclone dust collecting device installed in the dust suction pipe and rotating the sucked air to remove the contained dust; A filter assembly mounted on the filter mounting opening, including a filter housing, a first filter unit, and a second filter unit, for filtering dirt and dust from external air sucked into the cleaner body through the brush and the dust suction pipe. ; And a first cover to a third hook coupled to the filter assembly, and a body cover provided with a body cover handle to facilitate insertion and removal of the filter assembly into the filter fitting opening.

The main body cover handle has at least one hook that locks with the cleaner body, and the cleaner body has a groove that can be engaged with the hook, and the filter assembly is an incompletely assembled filter assembly. It is advantageous to have a safety lever that prevents it from being mounted to the filter fitting.

The filter housing of the filter assembly may include an opening communicating with the dust suction pipe, an opening cover for opening and closing the opening, and a fastening ring engaged with the first hook of the body cover. It is more preferable to form a plurality of engaging jaws to be fastened.

Moreover, the backless vacuum cleaner of this invention is a brush; A drive motor generating a suction force; A cleaner main body including a filter mounting opening including the driving motor and a filter guide; A dust suction pipe having one side communicating with the filter fitting opening and the other side connected with the brush; A cyclone dust collecting device installed in the dust suction pipe and rotating the sucked air to remove the contained dust; A filter assembly mounted to the filter fitting and having a first filter unit and a filter housing coupled thereto; And a main body cover detachably attached to the filter assembly and the cleaning main body and provided with a main body cover handle.

Here, the body cover handle is provided with a plurality of hooks that are locked to the cleaner body, the cleaner body is formed with a plurality of grooves that can be engaged with the hook, the filter assembly is equipped with a cleaning tool on one side It is preferable to be provided with the rocker which can be performed, and a support protrusion.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described in detail a specific embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a perspective view schematically showing a backless vacuum cleaner of the present invention. As can be seen in the drawings, the backless vacuum cleaner of the present invention, the main body 100, filter assembly 150, flexible hose 180, cyclone dust collector 190, extension tube 185, brush 187 and handle 182. The flexible hose 180 and the extension pipe 185 constitute a dust suction pipe, and serve as a passage for transferring external dust to the main body.

The main body 100 includes a main body cover 120, a wheel 106, and a driving motor (not shown), and a filter fitting 101 is formed. The main body cover 120 includes a main body cover knob 121, and the main body cover 120 and the filter assembly 150 are coupled to each other by using the main body cover knob 121. Into or out of the box. The filter assembly 150 is mounted to the filter mounting hole 101. Since the extension pipe 185, the brush 187, the handle 182 having the switch 183, and the flexible hose 180 are the same as those of the related art, detailed description thereof will be omitted.

FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view illustrating the filter assembly for each component, and FIG. 4 is a view taken along the line IV-IV of FIG. 3. FIG. 5 is an enlarged view illustrating a coupling between the filter housing cut along the line V-V of FIG. 3 and the first filter holder, and FIG. 6 is a case in which the filter is not mounted due to incomplete assembly of the filter assembly. A plan view for explaining.

As shown in the figure, the filter assembly 150 (see FIG. 2) includes a filter housing 152, a first filter unit 170, and a second filter unit 160. The filter housing 152 is provided with a safety lever 153 at the lower end, the fastening ring 154 is provided at the upper end. In addition, an opening 155 through which external air flows is formed in one side surface, and a plurality of fastening holes 152a are formed in both side surfaces in contact with the first filter unit 170.

The first filter unit 170 includes a first filter 171 and a first filter holder 172. The first filter 171 is composed of a pleated filter, and is supported by the first filter holder 172. Both side surfaces of the first filter holder 172 are provided with a plurality of fastening protrusions 172a which are locked with the fastening holes 152a of the filter housing 152.

The second filter unit 160 includes a second filter 161 and a second filter holder 162, the second filter 161 is typically composed of a sponge. The second filter holder 162 constitutes a plurality of windows 163, which are blocked by a mesh filter network 164.

The filter assembly 150 configured as described above has a fastening protrusion 172a of the first filter unit 170 and a fastening hole 152a of the filter housing 152 with the second filter unit 160 interposed therebetween. Combining is configured, it is mounted on the filter mounting port 101 (see Fig. 2 or 6) of the main body. However, when the assembly of the filter assembly 150 is incomplete or when the first filter unit 170 is not assembled to the filter housing 152, the safety lever 153 is connected to the filter assembly 150 as shown in FIG. 6. 150 is protruded to one side, the protruding safety lever 153 is caught on one side wall of the filter fitting 101, so that the filter assembly 150 can not be inserted. That is, the safety lever 153 serves to ensure complete assembly of the filter assembly 150.

For a more detailed description, look at the specific configuration and fastening process of the safety lever 153 shown in Figs.

As shown in the enlarged view of FIG. 4, the safety lever 153 includes a locking protrusion 153a, and the locking protrusion 153a is formed in the long hole 156 formed in the filter housing 152. 5 is inserted into the filter housing 152 by the first filter holder 172 when the filter housing 152 and the first filter unit 170 are fastened in the direction indicated by the arrow C shown in FIG. The safety lever 153 enters together.

When the filter assembly 150 is completely assembled as described above, the safety lever 153 enters the inside of the filter housing 152 and can be inserted into the filter mounting hole 101. If there is a problem with assembly, it will not be inserted. Therefore, the case where the filtering is incomplete due to incomplete assembly after mounting of the filter assembly 150 does not occur.

7 to 9 are views for explaining the process of inserting the filter assembly 150 into the filter fitting 101, Figure 7 is a form before the insertion of the filter assembly 150, Figure 9 is The post-insertion form of the filter assembly 150, Figure 8 shows the internal structure of the filter fitting 101.

As shown in FIG. 7, the filter assembly 150 is coupled to the body cover 120 to be mounted or removed from the filter mounting hole 101. The mounting structure of the body cover 120 and the filter assembly 150 will be described later, and the operation of inserting the filter cover 101 in the mounted state will be described.

The user grabs the main body cover knob 121 (see FIG. 2) provided in the main body cover 120, and the inside of the first guide member 103 formed in the filter fitting 101 of the main body shown in FIG. 8. As a result, the second guide member 152b formed in the filter assembly 150 slides while being inserted. The opening cover 158 provided in the filter housing 152 of the filter assembly 150 which is in the pre-mounted state in the filter mounting opening 101 has an opening due to the elastic force of the spring 159, as shown in FIG. 155) is blocked.

In the process of inserting the filter assembly 150 as described above, the lower end of the opening cover 158 is caught on the upper end of the sealing member 102 (see FIG. 8) formed on one side of the filter fitting 101. The opening lid 158 is raised by opening the opening 155 of the filter housing 152 in the direction opposite to the direction of the elastic force of the spring 159, that is, the arrow D shown in FIG. When mounted in this way, the opening 155 of the filter housing 152 and the air inlet 104 (see FIG. 8) of the main body 100 are exactly matched to communicate with the flexible hose 180 (see FIG. 2). do.

In addition, when the user grasps the main body cover knob 121 to remove the filter assembly 150 from the filter fitting 101 of the main body 100 in order to clean the filter assembly 152, On the contrary, as the contact portion between the sealing member 102 and the opening cover 158 falls, the opening cover 159 automatically opens the opening 155 of the filter assembly 150 by the elastic force of the spring 159. (See FIG. 7).

Therefore, even if the user does not pay particular attention, when the filter assembly 150 is mounted, the first and the second guide member 103 and the second guide member 152b are simply attached to each other while the natural, the filter assembly ( The opening 155 of 150 and the air intake 101 of the main body 100 coincide with each other. In addition, even when the filter assembly 150 is removed from the filter fitting 101 to clean the filter assembly 150, the opening cover 158 automatically opens the opening (158) when the user only lifts the body cover handle 121. 155 to prevent the dust and dirt accumulated in the filter assembly 150 does not protrude out.

10 to 12 are views for explaining the coupling state and the process of the filter assembly 150 and the main body cover 120 of the bagless vacuum cleaner of the present invention, Figure 10 is the main body cover 120 and the filter housing 152 11 is a perspective view illustrating the main body cover 120 and the filter housing 152 in order to explain the fastening means of FIG. 11, and FIG. 11 and FIG. 12 are processes in which the filter housing 152 and the main body cover 120 are fastened and separated. Figure is a diagram.

As shown in FIG. 10, first hooks to third hooks 122, 123, and 124 are provided at a lower end of the main body cover 120. The first hook 122 is located at the central portion of one lower end, and the second hook 123 and the third hook 124 are provided at predetermined intervals on both sides of the other side. The first hook 122 is in a state of being urged by an elastic spring (not shown) in the direction of the arrow X shown in the drawing. Further, as described above, the fastening ring 154 is provided at the upper end of the filter housing 152. ) Is formed, and a plurality of engaging jaw 157 is formed on both sides of one side upper end.

In addition, as can be seen in Figure 10, one side of the filter housing 152 is formed with a support protrusion 302 and a plurality of lockers 301 to mount a cleaning tool for cleaning the filter. The figure illustrates the sole 300.

11 is a state in which the body cover 120 and the filter housing 152 are fastened. As can be seen in the drawing, the second hook and the third hook (123, 124) is positioned to engage the plurality of engaging jaw 157, the main body cover 120 in the direction of the arrow F to the filter housing 152. When the force is applied, the first hook 122 is fastened to the fastening ring 154 as shown in FIG. 11.

When the user wants to remove the filter housing 152 from the main body cover 120, the user lifts the first hook 122 in the direction of the arrow G shown in FIG. 12 and the main housing 120 and the filter housing. 152 can be separated.

As such, by configuring the main body cover 120 and the filter housing 152 to be easily detachable, the user inserts the filter assembly 150 into the filter fitting 101 using the main body cover knob 121. And can be removed. Therefore, there is no fear that the user's hands will be soiled by dust or dirt.

FIG. 13 is a view showing the cleaner main body 100 of the present invention, and is a perspective view for explaining a fastening relationship between the main body cover knob 121 and the main body 100 formed in the main body cover 120. As shown in FIG. As can be seen in the figure, the fourth hook 105 and the fifth hook 106 are formed on both sides of the main body cover handle 121, and two grooves (at the position of the main body 100 corresponding thereto) 107 is formed. That is, when the filter assembly 150 is mounted and the main body cover knob 121 of the main body cover 120 is closed, the fourth and fifth hooks 105 and 106 are formed in the plurality of grooves 107. Locked as it is inserted.

As the handle 121 and the main body 100 are coupled as described above, even when the main body 100 is shaken when the cleaner of the present invention is used, the main body cover 120 is not separated from the main body 100.

As described above, the bagless vacuum cleaner of the present invention may maximize the filtering effect due to triple filtering by a filter assembly including a cyclone dust collector, a first filter unit, and a second filter unit. Can be.

In addition, the present invention, since the filter assembly can be used semi-permanently, there is no inconvenience to replace the filter, there is an advantage that can save the filter replacement cost.

In addition, the bagless vacuum cleaner of the present invention is provided with a safety device in the filter housing, so that there is no fear that the filter assembly is installed at the filter fitting in the state in which the assembly of the filter assembly is incomplete, and there is no fear of incomplete filtering.

In addition, the backless vacuum cleaner of the present invention, the body cover and the filter assembly is coupled, and the handle is provided on the body cover, so that the user can easily attach and detach the filter assembly, there is no need to touch the filter assembly by hand filter There is no fear of dust or dirt on the user's hands when removing the assembly.

In addition, in the present invention, since the opening formed in the filter housing is automatically opened and closed with the opening cover when the filter assembly is mounted, and the filter assembly is attached and detached according to the guide member's guide, the opening of the filter and the air intake port are exactly matched during installation. When removing the filter assembly, dust or dirt may pop out, and there is no fear of getting dirty around it.

As described above and described with reference to a preferred embodiment for illustrating the principle of the present invention, the present invention is not limited to the configuration and operation as shown and described as such. Rather, those skilled in the art will appreciate that many modifications and variations of the present invention are possible without departing from the spirit and scope of the appended claims.

1 is a perspective view of a vacuum cleaner of the prior art,

2 is a perspective view of a backless vacuum cleaner of the present invention;

3 is an exploded perspective view of a filter assembly that is a component of a bagless vacuum cleaner of the present invention;

FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along line IV-IV of a filter housing which is a component of the filter assembly of FIG. 3, and is a perspective view for explaining the construction of a safety lever;

FIG. 5 is a partial perspective view illustrating a coupling state of the filter housing cut by the V-V line of FIG. 3 and the first filter unit; FIG.

Fig. 6 is a plan view showing a state in which the filter assembly of the bagless vacuum cleaner of the present invention attempts to be mounted on the filter fitting of the main body in an incompletely assembled state;

7 to 9 are views for explaining a process of inserting the filter assembly which is a component of the vacuum cleaner of the present invention into the filter fitting,

    7 is a perspective view showing a state before inserting the filter assembly into the filter fitting;

    8 is a partial perspective view showing the internal structure of the filter fitting;

    9 is a perspective view showing a state of the filter assembly after inserting the filter assembly into the filter fitting opening;

10 to 12 are views for explaining the coupling state and the process of the filter assembly and the main cover of the bagless vacuum cleaner of the present invention,

   10 is a perspective view showing the main body cover and the filter housing to explain the fastening means of the main body cover and the filter housing;

   11 and 12 are schematic views illustrating a process of fastening and separating the filter housing and the main cover;

13 is a view for explaining the coupling between the handle and the main body provided in the main body cover of the vacuum cleaner of the present invention, showing a perspective view of the main body equipped with the main body cover.

<Description of the symbols for the main parts of the drawings>

100: body 101: filter mounting holes

103: first guide member 120: body cover

121: body cover handle 122-124: first to third hooks

150: filter assembly 152: filter housing

153: safety lever 154: fastening ring

155: Opening 158: Opening cover

160: second filter unit 161: second filter

162; second filter holder 170: first filter unit

180: flexible hose 190: cyclone dust collector

Claims (14)

  1. brush;
    A drive motor generating a suction force;
    A cleaner main body equipped with the driving motor and having a filter fitting opening;
     A dust suction pipe having one side communicating with the filter fitting opening and the other side connected with the brush;
    A filter assembly that filters dirt and dust from outside air sucked into the cleaner body through the brush and the dust suction pipe, and is mounted to the filter mounting hole;
    And a body cover detachable from the cleaner body and the filter assembly and provided with a handle to facilitate insertion and removal of the filter assembly into the filter fitting.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The filter assembly,
    A filter housing in which an opening is formed;
    A first filter unit connected to the filter housing;
    And a second filter unit mounted in a space formed between the filter housing and the first filter unit.
  3. The method of claim 2,
    The filter housing is a backless vacuum cleaner, characterized in that the fastening ring connected to the main body cover and the safety lever for preventing the first filter unit is not coupled to the filter mounting opening is provided.
  4. The method of claim 2 or 3,
    The filter housing further comprises an opening cover for opening and closing the opening.
  5. The method of claim 2,
    The second filter unit,
    A second filter;
    A second filter holder supporting the second filter;
    A bagless vacuum cleaner comprising: a filter net surrounding the second filter holder.
  6. The method of claim 2,
    The first filter unit, The first filter and the first filter holder for supporting the first filter; Bagless vacuum cleaner comprising a.
  7. brush;
    A drive motor generating a suction force;
    A cleaner main body equipped with the driving motor and having a filter fitting opening;
    A dust suction pipe having one side communicating with the filter fitting opening and the other side connected with the brush;
    A cyclone dust collecting device installed in the dust suction pipe and rotating the sucked air to remove the contained dust;
    A filter assembly mounted on the filter mounting opening, including a filter housing, a first filter unit, and a second filter unit, for filtering dirt and dust from external air sucked into the cleaner body through the brush and the dust suction pipe. ;
    And a first cover to a third hook coupled to the filter assembly, and a body cover provided with a body cover handle to facilitate insertion and removal of the filter assembly into the filter fitting. .
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The main body cover handle has at least one hook that is locked with the cleaner body, and the vacuum cleaner body is characterized in that the groove is formed to be fastened to the hook.
  9. The method of claim 7, wherein
    And said filter assembly is provided with a safety lever.
  10. The method according to claim 7 or 8,
    The filter housing of the filter assembly includes an opening communicating with the dust suction pipe and an opening cover for opening and closing the opening.
  11. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The filter housing of the filter assembly has a fastening ring to be engaged with the first hook of the main body cover, and a backless vacuum cleaner, characterized in that it forms a plurality of locking jaws to be engaged with the second to third hooks. .
  12. brush;
    A drive motor generating a suction force;
    A cleaner main body including a filter mounting opening including the driving motor and a filter guide;
    A dust suction pipe having one side communicating with the filter fitting opening and the other side connected with the brush;
    A cyclone dust collecting device installed in the dust suction pipe and rotating the sucked air to remove the contained dust;
    A filter assembly mounted to the filter fitting and having a first filter unit and a filter housing coupled thereto;
    And a main body cover detachably attached to the filter assembly and the cleaning main body, the main body cover being provided with a main body cover handle.
  13. The method of claim 12,
    The main body cover handle includes a plurality of hooks that are locked to the cleaner body, and the vacuum cleaner body is provided with a plurality of grooves that can be engaged with the hook.
  14. The method of claim 12,
    The filter assembly is a backless vacuum cleaner comprising a locker and a support protrusion for mounting a cleaning tool on one side.
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