KR101052182B1 - Corner cleaning device and cleaner having same - Google Patents

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KR101052182B1
KR101052182B1 KR1020060032524A KR20060032524A KR101052182B1 KR 101052182 B1 KR101052182 B1 KR 101052182B1 KR 1020060032524 A KR1020060032524 A KR 1020060032524A KR 20060032524 A KR20060032524 A KR 20060032524A KR 101052182 B1 KR101052182 B1 KR 101052182B1
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권혁민
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성지훈
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The present invention relates to a cleaner, and more particularly, to a corner cleaning apparatus capable of cleaning corners of a room and a cleaner having the same.
Corner cleaning apparatus of the cleaner according to the present invention is provided on at least one side of the bottom of the cleaner body or the suction nozzle, the rotating member is rotated by a drive source; A brush bristles provided to the rotating member; And a packing member surrounding a predetermined portion of the brush hair.
According to the present invention constituting the configuration as described above, it is possible to easily clean between the interior wall and the bottom surface which is a difficult part to be cleaned of the corners of the room, the packing member surrounding the brush bristles is provided for a long time Despite the cleaning of each brush bristles do not open each other, it is possible to maintain the collected state.
Cleaner, side brush, packing member

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A corner cleaning appratus and cleaner equipped with it}

1 is a bottom view of an automatic cleaner according to the spirit of the present invention.

2 is an exploded perspective view of a side brush of the air cleaner.

3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line II ′ of FIG. 1.

4 is a front view of the automatic cleaner.

5 is a view showing an operating state of the side brush.

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10: main body 120: suction port

130: main brush 140: rotation motor

200: side brush 210: rotating member

220: brush bristle 240: packing member

250 holder member

The present invention relates to a cleaner, and more particularly, to a corner cleaning apparatus capable of cleaning corners of a room and a cleaner having the same.

In general, a cleaner is a device that sucks air containing foreign matters such as dust and the like by using a vacuum pressure generated by a vacuum motor mounted inside the main body, and then filters the foreign matters inside the main body.

Such cleaners are classified into manual cleaners which are directly operated by the user and automatic cleaners which perform cleaning by themselves without the user's manipulation.

On the other hand, the general automatic cleaner is a device that performs cleaning by moving the floor of the area to be cleaned according to the input program by using a charged battery as a power source, and meets the needs of modern people who seek convenience while reducing the cleaning time. It is developed and used in various forms.

The automatic cleaner determines the area to be cleaned by driving the outside of the cleaning area surrounded by a wall or an obstacle through a sensor installed in the main body, and plans a cleaning path for cleaning the determined cleaning area. Then, the wheel is driven to travel the planned cleaning path while calculating the mileage and the current position from the detected signal through the sensor for detecting the number of revolutions and the angle of rotation of the wheel.

In addition, the automatic cleaner is provided with a suction nozzle for sucking air containing foreign matter on the bottom. The suction nozzle includes a suction port through which air containing foreign matter is sucked, a brush provided inside the suction port to shake off dust on the bottom surface, and a rotation motor driving the brush. Therefore, the rotational force by the driving of the rotary motor is transmitted to the brush to shake off the dust on the floor while the brush rotates.

However, in the conventional automatic cleaner as described above, as the suction port is formed on the bottom surface of the main body, it is very difficult to clean the configuration in which the interior corners and various furnitures and the like where the floor and the wall meet each other are installed.

In addition, in order to clean the corners, there is a problem in that the user needs to perform additional cleaning using a separate cleaning tool, and a limitation occurs in the cleaning efficiency of the automatic cleaner.

The present invention has been proposed to solve the problems described above, and an object of the present invention is to propose a corner cleaning device and a cleaner having the same so that cleaning of the corners of the floor and the wall meets easily.

The corner cleaning apparatus of the cleaner according to the present invention for achieving the above object is provided on at least one side of the bottom of the cleaner body or the suction nozzle, the rotating member is rotated by a drive source; Brush hair provided in the rotating member; And a packing member wrapped around the rotating member and coupled to the rotating member and surrounding a predetermined portion of the brush hair.

According to another aspect of the present invention, a cleaner equipped with a corner cleaning device includes: a suction part having a suction port through which air containing foreign matter is sucked; And a corner cleaning device for moving a foreign object in a corner of the room toward the suction port, wherein the corner cleaning device includes a rotating member rotated by a driving source, a brush bristle coupled to the rotating member, and the rotating member to receive the rotation. A packing member coupled to the member and surrounding the predetermined portion of the brush hair is included.

According to the present invention, since at least one side brush is provided on the bottom of the cleaner body or the suction nozzle, it is possible to easily clean the space between the interior wall and the floor, which is a difficult part, so that cleaning of every corner of the room is easy. There is an advantage to be possible.

In addition, since the packing member and the holder member surrounding the brush brim are provided, the brush bristles do not open to each other in spite of long-term cleaning, and thus it is possible to maintain the collected state.

In addition, the brush bristles do not open, the user's aesthetics are improved by maintaining the collected state.

In addition, as the entire brush hair exposed to the outside of the holder member is configured to be in contact with the bottom surface, the cleaning area is enlarged, and the space where the cleaning is not relatively performed is minimized.

In addition, the coupling part is formed in the rotating member, and the coupling part packing part and the brush wool packing part are formed in the packing member, thereby improving the coupling force between the rotating member and the brush hair, thereby preventing the brush hair from falling out of the rotating member.

Hereinafter, with reference to the drawings will be described a specific embodiment of the present invention. However, the spirit of the present invention is not limited to the embodiments presented, and those skilled in the art who understand the spirit of the present invention can easily suggest other embodiments within the scope of the same idea.

In the following description, the automatic cleaner will be described as an example.

1 is a bottom view of an automatic cleaner according to the spirit of the present invention.

In this case, in FIG. 1, an upper side is a front portion of the automatic cleaner, and a lower side is a rear portion of the automatic cleaner.

Referring to FIG. 1, an automatic cleaner according to the spirit of the present invention includes a main body in which at least a suction motor (not shown), a driving motor (not shown), a filtering device (not shown), and a control device (not shown) are accommodated therein. 10, the base portion 100 formed on the lower side of the main body 10, and the main wheel 110 is rotated by the driving force received formed on both sides of the main body 10 to move the automatic cleaner And a suction nozzle formed at a predetermined position of the base part 100 to allow the air on the bottom surface to be sucked.

In addition, the automatic cleaner is formed at a predetermined position of the base portion 100, the auxiliary wheel 112 and the at least one front side of the main body 10 so that the cleaning center is secured to fit the center of gravity of the automatic cleaner; Is provided with a side brush 200 to effectively perform the side cleaning of the automatic cleaner.

In detail, the suction motor is a portion in which a vacuum pressure is formed to force external air to flow through the suction port 120, and the driving motor allows the main wheel 110 to rotate to move the automatic cleaner. Device.

In addition, the filtering device is a device for separating and collecting foreign matter contained in the air sucked by the porous filter or the cyclone member, the control device includes a microprocessor and a predetermined data storage device to operate the automatic cleaner It is the part that makes it work.

In addition, the suction nozzle is provided with a suction port 120 in which air containing foreign matter is sucked, and a main brush provided inside the suction port 120 to clean the bottom surface more completely by a scratching operation of the bottom surface ( 130 and a brush motor (not shown) for rotating the main brush 130.

On the other hand, at least one auxiliary wheel 112 is formed before and after the base portion 100, respectively. In addition, the installation direction of the auxiliary wheel 112 is formed in parallel with the running direction of the automatic cleaner, so that the cleaner naturally rotates while driving. Of course, the number of the auxiliary wheels 112 may vary depending on the size or the weight of the automatic cleaner.

In addition, the side brush 200 may be provided at one front side or both sides of the base portion 100. In addition, the side brush 200 is rotated together with the operation of the automatic cleaner, and for this purpose, a rotation motor for rotating the side brush 200 is further provided inside the main body 10.

Here, when only one side of the automatic cleaner is set to travel along the wall surface, the side brush 200 is provided only on one side of the automatic cleaner. On the other hand, when the automatic cleaner is set to allow both sides to travel along the wall surface, the side brushes 200 are provided at both sides of the automatic cleaner.

The operation of the above-described automatic cleaner will be briefly described.

Running of the automatic cleaner is achieved by the rotation of the main wheel 110 formed on both sides of the base portion 100. When the pair of main wheels 110 are rotated at constant speed, the automatic cleaner proceeds at the same speed. On the other hand, when either one of the main wheel 110 is rotated at a different speed, the traveling direction of the automatic cleaner in the direction of the main wheel 110 rotated at a slower speed is changed. By doing so, the rotation direction of the automatic cleaner can be adjusted.

In addition, the auxiliary wheel 112 is formed in a plurality of places of the base portion 110 so that the center of gravity of the automatic cleaner when the automatic cleaner is running. That is, the automatic cleaner may be stably driven by the auxiliary wheel 112.

In addition, the sensor is formed in the corner of the automatic cleaner, the obstacle placed on the automatic cleaner driving path and the state of the barrier is detected, the detected barrier is determined by the control of the control device, the cleaning is not prevented by the barrier The driving direction of the cleaner can be adjusted by another control method.

In the cleaning of the automatic cleaner, the air sucked in from the suction port 120 formed at the predetermined position of the base portion 100 by the vacuum pressure of the suction motor is filtered by a predetermined filtering device, It is carried out by the process of exhausting air through the exhaust port formed in any one of (10).

At this time, since the bottom surface is scratched by the rotation of the main brush 130 in the cleaning process, the indoor cleaning can be performed more completely.

In addition, during operation of the automatic cleaner, the side brush 200 is rotated along with the rotation of the main brush 130 so that foreign materials on the side of the automatic cleaner flow into the suction port 120.

In particular, the side brush 200 to effectively remove the dust between the indoor wall and the bottom surface when the automatic cleaner moves along the indoor wall surface.

Hereinafter, the side brush 200 which is a main component of the present invention will be described in detail.

2 is an exploded perspective view of a side brush of an automatic cleaner according to the spirit of the present invention, and FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line II ′ of FIG. 1.

2 and 3, at least one side brush 200 according to the spirit of the present invention is provided on the bottom surface of the main body 10, the rotary motor 140 is provided inside the main body 10; Combined and rotated.

In detail, the side brush 200 may include a rotating member 210 coupled to the rotating shaft 142 of the rotating motor 140, and a plurality of brush hairs 220 coupled to the rotating member 210 at predetermined intervals. The packing member 240 may surround a predetermined portion of the rotating member 210 and the brush brim 220, and a holder member 250 may surround a predetermined portion of the brush bridging 220.

In more detail, the rotating member 210 is formed in a substantially semi-circular shape, and is preferably molded of a plastic material. In addition, a rotation shaft insertion groove 211 into which the rotation shaft 142 of the rotation motor 140 is inserted is formed at the center of the rotation member 210.

In addition, the rotation shaft 140 of the rotation motor 140 is formed by cutting a predetermined portion so that the coupling force with the rotation member 210 may be improved and the rotation of the rotation member 210 may be smoothly performed. That is, it has a D-cut shape. At this time, the rotary shaft insertion groove 211 is of course formed in a shape corresponding to the rotary shaft 142.

In addition, the rotating member 210 is extended downward at a predetermined angle to form a coupling portion 212 to which the brush bristle 220 is coupled at predetermined intervals, preferably two are formed to be symmetrical with each other.

At this time, the brush brim 220 is a plurality of the combination is coupled to the coupling portion 212, the coupling portion 212 is each brush brim 220 in the state in which the brush brim 220 is coupled It plays a role in maintaining the collected state.

In addition, the coupling part 212 is to improve the coupling force of the rotating member 210 and the brush bristle 220, so that the combined brush bristle 220 is prevented from falling out.

On the other hand, the brush bristle 220 is preferably formed of a nylon material, it is preferable to have a thickness enough to be easily moved to the suction port 120, the foreign material of the bottom surface, especially the corner portion. In addition, the length of the brush bristle 220 may be in contact with the interior wall when the side brush 200 rotates.

In addition, the packing member 240 is formed of a material having a predetermined elastic force, the upper side is formed so as to surround the rotating member 210. In addition, a separation prevention part 242 is formed in the opening in the horizontal direction to prevent the separation in the state in which the rotating member 210 is wrapped. In another aspect, the rotating member is accommodated in the packing member.

In addition, the packing member 240 is formed to be inclined at the same angle as the coupling portion 212, the coupling portion packing portion 244 surrounding the coupling portion 212 and extending from the coupling portion packing portion 244 And a bristle packing unit 246 surrounding a predetermined portion of the bristle 220 coupled to the coupling unit 212.

The brush bristle packing part 246 has a smaller diameter than the coupling part packing part 244. At this time, the brush bridging part 246 maintains the state in which each brush brim 220 is collected similarly to the coupling part 212.

On the other hand, the holder member 250 has a larger diameter than the brush bristle 220, so that the brush bristle 220 coupled to the rotating member 210 to maintain the collected state. In addition, the holder member 250 has the same material as the packing member 240.

In detail, when the brush brim 220 is initially coupled to the rotating member 210, the brush brim 220 maintains a state where they are collected from each other. It will happen to each other. That is, the brush brim 220 maintains a substantially straight shape at the beginning of the coupling, but after a long period of cleaning, the brush brim 220 is deformed to a substantially fan shape as a whole, thereby causing a problem of deterioration of the user's aesthetics.

Therefore, in the present invention, the holder member 250 is configured to surround a predetermined portion of the brush brim 220, thereby preventing the brush bridging 220 from being opened despite long-term cleaning.

In addition, the brush member 220 is coupled to the holder member 250, and the packing member 240 is coupled to the rotating member 210.

In detail, the holder member 250 has a predetermined portion surrounding the brush bridging portion 246 of the packing member 240, and the remaining portion surrounds the brush bridging 220. At this time, the holder member 250 is in close contact with the brush bridging portion 246 and the brush bristle 220 by thermal fusion in a state in which the brush bristle packing portion 246 and the bristle bridging 220 are wrapped. .

Therefore, only the outer portion of the holder member 250 is exposed to the brush brim 220. At this time, the length of the holder member 250 prevents each brush bridging from being opened and at the same time the brush bridging 220 in contact with the bottom surface to move the foreign material on the side of the main body toward the suction port 120. It is desirable that it is enough.

In this embodiment, the rotating member 210 is configured to be rotated by the rotating motor 140, but the rotating member 210 may rotate or rotate the main wheel 110 without a separate rotating motor 140. It may be configured to rotate in conjunction with the rotation of the main brush (130).

That is, the rotation member 210 may be connected to the drive motor of the main wheel 110 or the brush motor of the main brush 130 by a plurality of gears to be rotated together when the drive motor or the brush motor rotates. have.

Hereinafter, the coupling process of the side brush 200 will be described.

First, a plurality of brush hairs 220 are coupled to the coupling portion 212 of the rotating member 210. Then, the brush brim 220 is primarily maintained by the end portion is collected by the coupling portion (212). In addition, the packing member 240 is first coupled to the brush member 220 while the brush member 220 is coupled to the rotating member 210, and then the holder member 250 is coupled thereto.

In detail, the brush brim 220 is inserted from the inside of the packing member 240 through the opening of the packing member 240. Then, the brush brim 220 sequentially penetrates through the coupling part packing part 244 and the brush bridging part 246 and is exposed to the outside. Then, the other brush bristle 220 penetrates in the same manner.

Then, the brush bridging part 246 and the brush brim 220 are simultaneously wrapped with the holder member 250 in a state in which the packing member 240 is coupled. In addition, when the holder member 250, the brush bridging part 246, and the brush brim 220 are brought into close contact by heat fusion, the coupling of the side brush 200 is completed. Then, the side brush 200 is coupled to the rotating shaft 142 of the rotary motor 140.

Hereinafter, the operation of the automatic cleaner provided with the side brush 200 will be described.

4 is a front view of the automatic cleaner, and FIG. 5 is a view illustrating an operating state of the side brush, showing a bottom surface of the automatic cleaner.

First, referring to FIG. 4, when the side brush 200 is mounted on the bottom surface of the main body 10, the holder member 250 maintains a state spaced apart from the bottom surface by a predetermined distance. Therefore, the holder member 250 is not in contact with the bottom surface when the side brush 200 is rotated, thereby preventing damage to the holder member 250.

On the other hand, a predetermined portion of the brush brim 220 is wrapped by the packing member 240 and the holder member 250, it is exposed to the outside from the holder member 250. In addition, the entire brush hair 220 exposed to the outside is in close contact with the bottom surface.

Therefore, the length of the brush bristle 220 in contact with the bottom surface is enlarged, so that the foreign matter on the side of the automatic cleaner can be moved to the suction port 120 more effectively. In addition, as the length of the brush bristle 220 in contact with the bottom surface is enlarged, the cleaning area of the side brush 200 is enlarged, and a portion where the cleaning is not performed by the automatic cleaner is minimized.

When power is applied to the automatic cleaner by the above configuration, power is applied to a suction motor, a driving motor, and the like in the main body 10, and the main body 10 performs cleaning while moving along the bottom surface. In addition, power is also applied to the rotary motor 140 to rotate the side brush 200. Then, the side brush 200 is cleaned of the side of the automatic cleaner.

In particular, when the automatic cleaner moves in parallel with the wall surface as shown in FIG. 5, the automatic cleaner performs cleaning while driving at a predetermined distance from the wall surface. At this time, the dust of the bottom surface of the automatic cleaner is shaken by the main brush 130 provided inside the suction port 120, the dust is sucked into the suction port 120.

On the other hand, as the automatic cleaner is spaced apart from the wall surface, foreign matter existing between the automatic cleaner and the wall surface is moved toward the suction port 120 by the rotation of the side brush 200.

In detail, the side brush 200 rotates in the direction of the arrow in FIG. 5. At this time, the brush brim 220 is in contact with the wall to shake off the foreign matter between the wall and the automatic cleaner. The foreign material shaken off is moved by the side brush 200 and moved to the suction port 120.

Therefore, as the side brush 200 is provided on the bottom of the automatic cleaner, it becomes possible to clean the corners of the room indoors.

In the above, the side brush 200 is described as a cleaner to which an automatic cleaner is applied. However, the idea of the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment, but is also applied to a manual cleaner.

In this case, when the side brush is applied to the canister cleaner, the side brush may be provided on the bottom surface of the suction nozzle connected by the main body and the extension tube, and when the side brush is applied to the cleaner of the upright type, the side brush is provided below the main body. It may be provided on the suction nozzle bottom surface.

According to the present invention, since at least one side brush is provided on the bottom of the cleaner body or the suction nozzle, it is possible to easily clean the space between the interior wall and the floor, which is a difficult part, so that cleaning of every corner of the room is easy. There is an advantage to be possible.

In addition, since the packing member and the holder member surrounding the brush bristles are provided, the brush bristles do not open to each other despite long-term cleaning, and thus the collected bristles can be maintained.

In addition, the brush bristles do not open, the user's aesthetics are improved by maintaining the collected state.

In addition, since the entire brush hair exposed to the outside of the holder member is configured to be in contact with the bottom surface, the cleaning area is enlarged, and the space where the cleaning is not relatively performed is minimized.

In addition, the coupling part is formed in the rotating member, and the coupling part packing part and the brush wool packing part are formed in the packing member, thereby improving the coupling force between the rotating member and the brush hair, thereby preventing the brush hair from falling out of the rotating member.

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  1. A rotating member provided on at least one side of a bottom of the cleaner body or the suction nozzle and rotated by a driving source;
    Brush hair provided in the rotating member; And
    And a packing member wrapped around the rotating member and coupled to the rotating member to surround a predetermined portion of the brush hair.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    And the packing member further surrounds the rotating member.
  3. The method of claim 2,
    The rotating member is a corner cleaning device of the cleaner, characterized in that the coupling portion is coupled to the brush bristles are formed.
  4. The method of claim 3, wherein
    The packing member is a corner cleaning device of the cleaner including a coupling portion packing portion surrounding the coupling portion, and extending from the coupling portion packing portion, the brush bristle packing portion surrounding the brush bristle.
  5. A suction part formed with a suction port through which air containing foreign matter is sucked; And
    Corner cleaning device for moving the foreign matter in the room corner toward the suction port side,
    The corner cleaning apparatus includes a rotating member rotated by a driving source, a brush bristles coupled to the rotating member, and a packing member configured to receive the rotating member and to be coupled to the rotating member and surround a predetermined portion of the brush bristles. Cleaner equipped with.
  6. The method of claim 5,
    And the packing member surrounds the accommodated rotating member.
  7. The method of claim 6,
    Cleaner having a corner cleaning device characterized in that the rotating member is protruded by the coupling portion to which the brush bristles are coupled.
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The packing member is a cleaner having a corner cleaning device including a coupling portion packing portion surrounding the coupling portion, and extending from the coupling portion packing portion, the brush bristle packing portion surrounding the brush bristle.
  9. The method of claim 6,
    A cleaner comprising a corner cleaning device, wherein a portion surrounds a predetermined portion of the packing member, and a remaining portion further includes a holder member surrounding the brush bristle.
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