Vacuum cleaner of cylindrical type

FIELD: personal use articles.

SUBSTANCE: group of inventions relates to cleaning devices. The cleaning device of cylindrical type according to the first embodiment comprises a substantially spherical rolling device interacting with the floor, which has an inlet for the fluid designed for receiving the fluid flow, and the means designed for influencing the fluid flow received through the inlet, and a control mechanism designed for controlling the movement of the cleaning device and comprising a frame, the rear end of which is connected to the rolling device interacting with the floor. The cleaning device of cylindrical type according to the second embodiment comprises a separating device designed for separating dirt from the flow of dirty fluid, a substantially spherical rolling device interacting with the floor, which comprises the means for retracting the fluid flow through the separation device, and a control mechanism designed for controlling the movement of the cleaning device and comprising a frame, the rear end of which is connected to the rolling device interacting with the floor. The cleaning device of cylindrical type according to the third embodiment comprises a main part which has an inlet for fluid, designed for receiving the fluid flow, the means designed for influencing the fluid flow received through the inlet, and several rotating elements interacting with the floor, which are made with the ability of rotation relative to the main part and which together with the main part define a substantially spherical rolling device interacting with the floor, and a control mechanism designed for controlling the movement of the cleaning device and comprising a frame, the rear end of which is connected to the rolling device interacting with the floor.

EFFECT: improvement of the vacuum cleaner of cylindrical type.

33 cl, 23 dwg

 

The present invention relates to a cleaning device.

Well known such cleaning devices, vacuum cleaners. Most of the cleaners can be divided into two types: "vertical" cleaners and "cylindrical" vacuum cleaners (in some countries called the cleaners with the container). Cylindrical vacuum cleaners, in General, contain the main part, which includes a driven motor fan unit, designed for suction at the cleaner stream of contaminated fluid medium, and a separating device such as cyclone separator or bag designed for separating dirt and dust from the flow of fluid. The flow of contaminated fluid enters through the main part of the device, which consists of rods and hose for suction and which is connected with the main part. When the user moves around the room, then using the hose he is dragging the main part of the vacuum cleaner. A cleaning nozzle attached to the far end device consisting of a rod and hose.

For example, in document GB 2407022 described cylindrical vacuum cleaner that contains a frame, which supports the cyclone separating device. Vacuum cleaner contains two main wheels, one on each side of the back frame, and a turning wheel, which is located under the front part of the frame and which is before�offers the possibility of moving the cleaner over the surface. Usually this wheel installed on a round pole, which in turn is rotatably installed on the frame to swivel wheel can rotate when you change the direction of movement of the cleaner over the surface.

In document EP 1129657 described cylindrical vacuum cleaner, which is a spherical main body, connected to a device consisting of a rod and hose for suction. Spherical spherical volume of the main part comprises a pair of wheels, one on each side of the main part. The shape of the vacuum means when the vacuum cleaner being pulled along the floor surface using a device consisting of a rod and hose, then with high probability a spherical main part rotates or falls on one of the wheels and therefore the cleaner unmanaged moves over the surface. Although the main part is designed so that, due to the location of the center of gravity of the main part, she usually returns to the vertical position, there is a risk that the main part will not be able to return to a vertical position, for example, if she is near a wall or other object located on the surface of the floor.

The first object of the invention is cleaning the cylinder type comprising separating device for separating the GRE�and from a stream of contaminated fluid essentially spherical interacting with the floor rolling device that contains a means for retracting the fluid flow through the separating device, and control device designed to control the movement of the cleaning device.

Due to the presence of a control mechanism for essentially spherical interacting with the floor of the rolling device can be greatly improved stability and maneuverability of the cleaning device compared to devices that are state of the art and not using such a control mechanism. The spherical shape of the rolling device may allow to drastically change the direction facing the cleaning device, for example, by 180º, which is carried out by tilting of the cleaner to lift control mechanism, so that the rolling device assumes the entire weight of the cleaning device and the cleaning device is rotated" relative to the point of rolling contact of the device with the floor surface.

The rolling device may contain essentially spherical housing that rotates when moving the cleaning device along a floor surface. However, it is preferable that the cleaning device contains the main part and interacting with several floors of rotating elements which are rotatably attached to the main body and which together with the main part is determined essentially spherical interacting with the floor rolling device.

Preferably, the retracting means of the fluid flow through the separating device was connected to the main part so that it does not rotate when moving the cleaning device along a floor surface. Preferably, the retracting means of the fluid flow through the separating device contained powered by a motor fan unit.

Preferably, each of the multiple rotating elements was made in the form of a wheel, rotatably attached to the corresponding side of the main part of a rolling device. Preferably, each of these rotating elements had a curved, preferably dome-shaped, outer surface, preferably essentially spherical curvature, and preferably contains an edge, which is made essentially flush with the respective adjoining portion of the main part of the rolling device, so that the outside surface of the rolling device may be relatively continuous, which can improve the maneuverability of the cleaner. On the outer surface of rotating elements may be provided rib designed for improved grip with the floor surface. On the outer surface of the rotating elements may be provided for those non-slip�Stura or coating, that is designed to provide traction on slippery surfaces such as hard, glossy or wet floors.

The axis of rotation of the rotating elements can be tilted up towards the main part relative to the floor surface, which has a cleaning device, so that the edges of the rotating elements interact with the floor surface. Preferably, the angle of inclination of the axes of rotation ranged from 5 to 15°, more preferably from 6 to 10º.

As a result of inclination of the axes of rotation of rotating elements, a portion of the outer surface of the main part, whereby the elements of the cleaning device, such as user-controlled switches are designed to start the engine or actuating mechanism for winding a wire, be placed on the open part of the main part. In a preferred embodiment, one or more parts designed to release the flow of fluid from the cleaning device are arranged on the outer surface of the main part.

Preferably, the main part of a rolling device contains a filter designed to remove particulates from the fluid flow passing through a rolling device. Preferably, the filter is at least partially�about surrounded the engine and preferably, so it can be removed from the main part. For example, access to the filter can be obtained by removing part of the outer housing main part of a rolling device or detaching from the main part of one of the rotating elements of the rolling device.

Preferably, the separating device was located outside of the rolling device, more preferably ahead of the rolling device. Preferably, the cleaning device contains a tube located between the separating device and the rolling device and designed to move the flow of fluid in a rolling device. It is preferable that the tube is capable of detaching from the separating device to be able to extract the separating device, a cleaning device for emptying or cleaning. To facilitate disconnection of the tube from separating device, preferably, the tube was connected to a rolling device rotatably. Preferably, the tube was attached to the upper surface of the rolling device, so that the tube can be moved from a raised position, in which it is possible to retrieve the separating device from the cleaning device and subsequent displacement, the bottom�agenie, in which the tube is connected with the separating device. Preferably, in the lower position the tube was constructed to hold the separating device to the cleaning device. Preferably, the tube was made of a rigid material, preferably plastic material, and preferably, the tube contained a lever that is moved together with the pipe.

Preferably, the cleaning device contained vehicle designed for removable retention of the tube in the lower position. This can prevent accidental disconnection of the tube from separating device for use with a cleaning device and can also allow the transfer cleaning device using arm connected to the tube. Preferably, the tube was connected to a separating device by means of a ball swivel, through which the fluid flow enters the tube. Preferably, the inlet tube had a convex external surface intended for engagement with a concave surface of the outlet devices branch.

Preferably, the separating device was made in the form of a cyclone separating device, which comprises at least one cyclone and preferably with�, refer to the camera designed to collect dirt separated from the fluid flow. Can be used other forms of separators or devices branch, and examples of suitable separators include a centrifugal separator, a filter bag, a porous container, an electrostatic separator or a separator-based liquids.

Preferably, the separating device contains a handle that is used to facilitate the extraction of separating the device from the cleaning device. Preferably, this handle was located under the handset when the handset is in the lower position, so that when using the cleaning device, the handle is at least partially closed tube. Preferably, the arm can move between a retracted position and an extended position in which the user can easily reach the handle. Preferably, the handle was spring loaded in the direction to the extended position. The tube may be located so as to interact with the handle for the purpose of pushing the handle toward the retracted position when moving the tube in the lower position.

Preferably, the separating device contained wall and the base, wherein the base is maintained in the closed position by a latch and connected with the walls�Oh rotatably. Preferably, the separating device contained the activation mechanism designed to control the locking mechanism, and preferably, the arm separating device contained a manually-operated button is used to actuate the activation mechanism. Preferably, this button was located under the handset when the handset is in the lower position, and preferably, the button was located between the handle and the main part of a rolling device, when the arm is in the retracted position, which is necessary to reduce the risk of accidental actuation of activation mechanism.

Preferably, the cleaning device contains a support, designed to support the Foundation of the separating device. Preferably, the bearing was spring loaded in the direction of the tube to align the outlet of the fluid separating device to the inlet opening for the fluid tube. Preferably, the separating device contains essentially cylindrical outer wall, which is supported by the curved support surface of the support. Preferably, the support contains a centering protrusion, which can be positioned in a recess made in the base of the separating device.

When the Department�detecting device is arranged in a cleaning device, preferably, the longitudinal axis of the separating device, which surrounds the wall separating the device was tilted at an acute angle relative to vertical when the cleaning device is moved essentially along a horizontal floor surface. Preferably, this angle is ranged from 30 to 70ºc.

Preferably, the cleaning device contains inlet tube, designed to move the flow of contaminated fluid in the separating device. Preferably, the inlet tube was located under the separating device. Preferably, the anchor is connected with the inlet tube or was one with it. Preferably, the separating device contains an inlet opening for the fluid, which is located near the outlet to the fluid inlet of the tube, when the separating device is located at the pole.

Preferably, the control mechanism contained several interactive with the floor controls and a control mechanism designed to move the controls. Preferably, each of these controls was made in the form of the wheel Assembly. Preferably, the separating device has been performed rotatably otnositelnoi, which is essentially perpendicular to the axes of rotation of the wheel Assembly. Preferably, the distance between the points of interactive contact with the floor rotating elements of the rolling device with the floor surface was less than the distance between the points of contact of the controls with the floor surface, which is necessary to improve the sustainability of the cleaning device.

Preferably, the cleaning device contains a frame. Preferably, the frame was connected to a rolling device, more preferably - with the main part of a rolling device. Preferably, the frame contained the main part connected with the main part of a rolling device, and a pair of side portions connected with the main part of the frame or one with which the main part of the frame. It is preferable that each side contained a front wall, wherein the wall is inclined relative to each other at an angle of 60 to 120º. Preferably, the control mechanism was connected to the frame. Preferably, each wheel Assembly was made with the possibility of rotation relative to the frame, and preferably, each wheel Assembly was located behind one of the side parts of the frame so that the frame can close the wheel Assembly from the effects of walls, furniture or other items, �speaker relative to the floor surface.

Preferably, each wheel Assembly was rotatably connected with a corresponding side portion of the frame so that the orientation of the controls on the chassis can be changed, can be changed the direction in which the cleaning device is moved on a floor surface. Preferably, the control mechanism contained several movable levers, each of which connects a corresponding one control frame. Preferably, each of these levers has been rotatably connected to the frame, and more preferably, the junction was located at the end of the corresponding side of the frame or was located near the mentioned end. Preferably, the shape of each of these levers was essentially L-shaped, so that the control lever was surrounded by a respective wheel Assembly for the purpose of closing from impact from any object located on the surface of the floor.

Preferably, the control mechanism contained control element designed to move the control lever relative to the frame. Preferably, the control element is made in the form of the control cable, movable relative to the frame. Each end (or near end�m) of the control element is connected, preferably rotatably, with the corresponding control lever, so that the displacement of the control element relative to the frame causes rotation of each of the control lever relative to the frame at respective different angles relative to a frame that is necessary to ensure a relatively smooth rotation of the cleaning device along a floor surface.

Preferably, the control mechanism contained a lever connected to the frame with the possibility of rotation, so that rotation of the lever about the axis of rotation moves the control element relative to the frame. Preferably, the separating device and the lever were made with the ability to rotate about the same axis. Preferably, the lever and the control element contain interactive elements that enable the control element to move in the axial direction and to rotate relative to the frame when turning the lever. In a preferred embodiment, these interactive elements contain the ledge, which is located on the control element and which is held and moved in the recess, slot, or groove, located on the lever. Preferably, the lever was made with the possibility of relative rotation of the rod protruding from the frame./p>

Preferably, the lever was connected to the intake tube, which is movable, preferably made with the possibility of rotation relative to the rolling device for the purpose of reduction in movement of the lever. Therefore, we can assume that the inlet tube forms part of a control mechanism of the cleaning device.

The inlet tube may include a relatively flexible inlet section and a relatively rigid outlet section. Preferably, the inlet section contains a flexible hose connected to an outlet section of the inlet tube. Preferably, the lever control mechanism was connected to an outlet section of the inlet tube, and more preferably, the lever mechanism of control was an integral part of an outlet section of the inlet tube, so that the displacement of the inlet section of the inlet tube rotates as the discharge section of the inlet tube and the lever about the axis of rotation of the lever. Bearing designed to support separating device may be connected to an outlet section of the inlet tube.

At one end of the inlet tube may be provided for connection to the intended for connection with a device that consists of a rod and hose, and for which the user pulls to move the cleaning device along a floor surface.

Before�occhialino, to the cleaning device contains a support hose that is connected with the possibility of relative rotation of the rolling device and intended for the maintenance of the hose, and preferably connected with the front end (or with the place, located near the front end) of the main part of the frame to protrude outwards relative to the frame. Preferably, the support hose included interacting with the floor rotating element intended to enable smooth movement of the support hose on the floor when moving the cleaning device along a floor surface. Preferably, the axis of rotation of the support hose were at some distance from the axis of rotation of the lever and preferably, the axis of rotation of the support hose was essentially parallel to the axis of rotation of the lever. Preferably, the hose was forced to move in a plane that is essentially parallel to the axis of rotation of interacting with the floor of the rotating element. Preferably, the support hose made with the possibility of relative rotation of the rolling device along an arc of not more than 180°, more preferably not more than 142º.

Although the alternative embodiment of the invention has been described in detail with reference to the vacuum cleaner, it is clear that the invention can also be applied to other forms of Chi�tashih devices. The term "cleaning device" has been interpreted broadly and is intended to indicate the wide range of cars, containing the main part and the means for transmitting fluid to a floor surface. It includes, inter alia, machines which use only suction with the surface, such as vacuum cleaners (dry cleaning, washing and dry-cleaning/washing), so that the machine pull the material from the surface, and also include cars which are material to the surface, such as polishing machine/machine for applying wax, machines, pressure washing, and car washing cleaning products.

A second object of the invention is a cleaning device cylindrical type comprising essentially spherical interacting with the floor rolling device which has an inlet opening for a fluid medium, designed for the reception of the fluid flow, and a tool designed to influence the flow of the fluid passed through the inlet port, and a control mechanism designed to control the movement of the cleaning device.

As mentioned above, it is preferable that the rolling device contains the main part and interacting with several floors of rotating elements, which are rotatably attached to the main cha�ti. Therefore, a third object of the invention is cleaning the cylinder type comprising a main body, which has an inlet opening for a fluid medium, designed to accommodate the flow of fluid medium, a tool designed to influence the flow of the fluid passed through the inlet, and interacting with several floors of rotating elements, which are made with the possibility of rotation relative to the main portion and which together with the main part is determined essentially spherical interacting with the floor rolling device, and control device designed to control the movement of the cleaning device.

Preferably, the means of influencing the flow of a fluid medium contained the means of retraction of the fluid flow into the rolling device, and preferably, the retracting means contains the impeller and the motor, designed to bring the impeller in action. Alternatively or additionally, the means of influencing the flow of a fluid medium may contain a filter designed to remove particulates from the fluid flow. Separating device can be designed for separating dirt from the flow of fluid.

The elements described above in connection with the first object of izobreteny�, equally applicable to the second and third objects of the invention and Vice versa.

Next, with reference to the accompanying drawings and the example will be described variant embodiment of the invention.

Fig.1 shows a vacuum cleaner, a perspective view;

Fig.2 vacuum cleaner with Fig.1, a side view;

Fig.3 - the vacuum cleaner of Fig.1, bottom view;

Fig.4 vacuum cleaner of Fig.1, a top view;

Fig.5 vacuum cleaner of Fig.2, a sectional view along F-F;

Fig.6 vacuum cleaner of Fig.4, a sectional view along G-G;

Fig.7 - the vacuum cleaner of Fig.1 in which the frame is rotated in one direction, perspective view;

Fig.8 vacuum cleaner of Fig.1 in which the frame is rotated in one direction, and the separating device is removed, bottom view;

Fig.9 vacuum cleaner of Fig.1 in which the frame is rotated in one direction, and the separating device is removed, top view;

Fig.10 vacuum cleaner of Fig.1, which removed separating device, front view;

Fig.11 vacuum cleaner with Fig.1, which removed separating device, a perspective view;

Fig.12 - separating device of a vacuum cleaner with Fig.1, a top view;

Fig.13 - separating device of Fig.12, the rear view;

Fig.14(a) - part of the separating device of Fig.12, a top view;

Fig.14(b) separating the device from Fig.12, a sectional view 1-1;

Fig.14(C) of the by-pass pipe assy separating device of Fig.12, in perspectives�;

Fig.15 - filter separating device of Fig.12, a side view;

Fig.16 - separating device of Fig.12, in which the filter of Fig.15 partially extracted from the separating device, side view;

Fig.17 - separating device of Fig.12, in which the filter of Fig.15 is fully inserted into the separating device, and the handle separating device is in the retracted position, side view;

Fig.18 - separating device of Fig.12, in which the filter of Fig.15 is fully inserted into the separating device, and the handle separating device is in the extended position, side view;

Fig.19 - the handle of the separating device of Fig.12 in the retracted position, a sectional view;

Fig.20 - the handle of the separating device of Fig.12 in the extended position, a sectional view;

Fig.21(a) vacuum cleaner of Fig.1 in which the tube leading from the separating device in the main body is in the raised position, side view;

Fig.21(b) - section J-J of Fig.4;

Fig.22 - the main part of the vacuum cleaner of Fig.1, an enlarged side view;

Fig.23 - section F-F of Fig.22.

Fig.1-4 shows an external view of a cleaning device that represents the vacuum cleaner 10. Vacuum cleaner vacuum cleaner 10 is of a cylindrical type or a vacuum cleaner with a container. In General, a vacuum cleaner 10 includes separating device�about 12, designed for separating dirt and dust from the airflow. Preferably, the separating device 12 was the cyclone separating device and contain the external tank 14 with an essentially cylindrical outer wall 16. The lower end of the external tank 14 is closed by a curved base 18, which is rotatably attached to the outer wall 16. Driven motor fan unit, designed to create a suction action in order to draw in contaminated air in the separating device 12, is located in the Rolling device 20 located behind the separating device 12. The rolling device 20 includes a main portion 22 and two wheels 24, 26, which are rotatably connected with the main part 22 and which are intended for engagement with the floor surface. The inlet tube 28 located beneath the separating device 12, provides the movement of polluted air in the separating device 12 and the outlet tube 30 to facilitate the movement of air, released from the separating device 12, in the rolling device 20. The mechanism 32 controls the movement of the vacuum cleaner 10 when it is manoeuvring on the surface of the floor.

The control mechanism 32 includes a frame 34, which is connected with the main part 22 of the rolling device 20. �AMA 34, in General, is arrow-shaped and includes an elongated main portion 36, the rear end of which is connected with the main part 22 of the rolling unit 20, and a pair of side portions 38 that extend backward from the front end of the elongated main portion 36 and which are arranged at an angle to the elongated main portion 36. The slope of the front walls of the side portions 38 of the frame 34 may facilitate maneuvering the vacuum cleaner 10 around corners, furniture or other objects protruding above the floor surface as in contact with such subject to these front walls of the side portions 38 of the frame 34 usually pass by the speaker of the subject and guide the rolling device 20 around the protruding object.

In addition, the mechanism 32 comprises a pair of wheels 40, interacting with the floor surface, and a control mechanism designed to control the orientation of the wheels 40 with respect to the frame 34, and thereby control the direction of movement of the vacuum cleaner 10 across a floor surface. The wheels 40 are located behind the side portions 38 of the frame 34 and the front wheels 24, 26 of the rolling device 20. The wheels 40 can be considered a turning front wheels of the vacuum cleaner 10, and the wheels 24, 26 can be considered as the rear wheels of the vacuum cleaner 10.

In addition to control movement of the vacuum cleaner 10 across a floor surface, the wheels 40 are reference elements for p�of Derici rolling device 20 when it is maneuvering on a floor surface, for limiting rotation of the rolling device 20 about the axis perpendicular to the axes of rotation of the wheel 40, and essentially parallel to the floor surface, along which moves the vacuum cleaner 10.

The distance between the contact points of the wheels 40 with the floor surface more distance between the contact points of the wheels 24, 26 of the rolling device 20 with the floor surface. In this example, the distance between the contact points of the wheels 40 with the floor surface approximately twice the distance between the contact points of the wheels 24, 26 of the rolling device 20 with the floor surface.

The control mechanism comprises a pair of levers 42 management, each of which connects a respective wheel 40 to the frame 34. Each arm 42 management essentially has an L-shape so that it curved around the respective wheels 40. The first end of each lever 42 control rotatably connected to the end of the corresponding lateral portion 38 of the frame 34, which is made to rotate about a respective axis N. Each axis N is essentially perpendicular to the axes of rotation of the wheel 40. The second end of each lever 42 management is connected with the corresponding wheel 40, so that the wheel 40 can rotate freely when moving the vacuum cleaner 10 across a floor surface. As shown, for example, Fig.3, the outer surface of the levers 42 control tilted belong�till then the front walls of the side portions 38 of the frame 34 at the same angle, so, if the side portion 38 of the frame 34 begins to come into contact with a protruding object, the lever 42 management, coupled with this side part 38, can help direct the rolling device 20 and the wheel 40 around the protruding object.

The control mechanism also includes an elongated transverse rod 44 that is used to control the rotation of the levers 42 management about their axes N, thereby to control the direction in which the cleaner 10 is moved on a floor surface. As shown in Fig.5 and 6, the frame 34 includes a bottom frame section 46, which is connected with the main part 22 of the rolling unit 20, and the upper section 48 of the frame connected to the bottom section 46 of the frame. Each section 46, 48 of the frame may be made of one or more elements. The upper section 48 of the frame contains a generally flat bottom portion 50, which together with the bottom section 46 of the frame forms a major part 36 and sides 38 of the frame 34. The upper section 48 of the frame also includes end wall 52, protruding up from the bottom edge 50, and a profiled upper portion 54 that engages with the end wall 52 and protruding up over the bottom part 50. The middle part of the transverse thrust 44 is held between the lower part 50 and an upper portion 54 of the upper section 48 of the frame. The transverse rod 44 so oriented relative to the frame 34 to be inherently perpen�tolarno main part 36 of the frame 34, when vacuum cleaner 10 is moved forward along the floor surface. Each end of the transverse thrust 44 is coupled to a second end of a respective arm 42 of the control, so that the displacement of the transverse thrust 44 relative to the frame 34 rotates each arm 42 of the control relative to the axis N. In turn, this leads to the turning of the wheel 40 relative to the end of the corresponding lateral portion 38 of the frame 34 and, consequently, to change the direction of movement of the vacuum cleaner 10 across a floor surface.

As shown in Fig.6, the bottom frame section 46 includes a rod 56 which leaves essentially perpendicularly upward from the lower section 46 of the frame and which passes through a hole made in the bottom 50 of the upper section 48 of the frame. The upper portion 54 of the upper section 48 of the frame has a recess designed to accommodate the upper end of the rod 56. The longitudinal axis of the rod 56, is the main axis P of rotation of the control mechanism 32. The axis R of rotation essentially parallel to the axis N.

The inlet tube 28 is designed to move contaminated air in the separating device 12 and connected to the frame 34 can be rotated. The inlet tube 28 includes a protruding back section 58, which also is held between the lower part 50 and an upper portion 54 of the upper section 48 of the frame. Plot 58 includes a hole to accommodate the rod 56 lower secti� frame 46, so the area 58 can be rotated about the axis R. the Section 58 has a slot 60 that is designed to accommodate the protrusion 62, which is connected with a transverse rod 44, and the rotation section 58 relative to the axis R of the protrusion 62 is moved in the slot 60. The interaction of the slot 60 and the ledge 62 leads to the displacement of the transverse thrust 44 relative to the frame 34 when rotating section 58 relative to the axis R. we Can assume that the section 58 and, therefore, the inlet tube 28 form a part of the mechanism 32 of the control designed to control the movement of the vacuum cleaner 10 across a floor surface.

As shown in Fig.1-5, the inlet tube 28 includes a relatively flexible inlet section and a relatively rigid outlet section that is attached to the section 58. The inlet section of the inlet tube 28 contains a flexible hose 64, one end of which is connected to an outlet section of the inlet tube 28 and the other end of which is connected to a connection device 66, intended for connection with a device that consists of a rod and hose (not shown) and which is intended to move the contaminated air stream into the inlet tube 28. A device consisting of a rod and hose, connected to a cleaning nozzle (not shown) having an opening for suction, through which a stream of contaminated air is sucked into the vacuum cleaner 10. Ø�ang 64 is not shown in Fig.6-10 only in order not to overload these figures details. The mechanism 32 comprises a bracket 68 that is designed to support hose 64 and connector 66 and for attaching the connecting device 66 to the frame 34. Bracket 68 includes a front section projecting forward from the front of the frame 34, and a rear section which is located between the lower section 46 of the frame and the upper section 48 of the frame. The rear section of the bracket 68 connected to the frame 34 to ensure the possibility of rotation about the axis Y of rotation of the bracket. The Y-axis is located at a distance from the axis R and is essentially parallel to the axis R. the Shape of the frame 34 is such that there is a hole 70 through which the bracket 68 protrudes from the frame 34 and which limits the rotation of arm 68 relative to the frame 34 in the range of ±65°. The bracket 68 includes interacting with the floor of the rotating element 72, which is designed to support bracket 68 on the floor surface and the axis of rotation which is essentially perpendicular to the y axis.

Vacuum cleaner 10 includes a support 74, on which a removable manner is installed separating device 12. Bearing 74 is connected to an outlet section of the inlet tube 28, which is necessary to move the supports 74 together with the exhaust inlet section of the tube 28 when rotating section 58 relative to the axis R. As shown in Fig.6, 9 and 11, in this example, the bearing 74 contents�t sleeve 76, which surrounds the inclined section 78 of the outlet section of the inlet tube 28, and comprises a platform 80, which departs from the sleeve 76 forward, generally horizontal. Platform 80 comprises a curved rear wall 82, which is connected to the sleeve 76 and the radius of curvature which essentially coincides with the radius of curvature of the outer wall 16 of the outer tank 14 separating device 12, which contributes to the location of the separating device 12 on the support 74. The centering projection 84 moves upward from the platform 80 and is positioned in the recess 86, made in the base 18 of the outer tank 14.

Preferably, the bearing 74 has been loaded up to the separating device 12 was spring loaded towards the outlet tube 30 of the vacuum cleaner 10. This helps to maintain an airtight seal between the separating device 12 and the exhaust pipe 30. For example, in a cavity made in the rear portion of the inlet tube 28 is resilient element 88, which is preferably made in the form of a helical spring and which is designed to interact with a support 74 for the purpose of pushing prop up 74 in a direction that is preferably essentially parallel to the longitudinal axis of the outer tank 14 in the case where the separating device 12 mounted on a support 74.

When separating device 12 mounted on a support 74, the longitudinal� axis of the outer tank 14 is inclined relative to the axis R, moreover, in this example, the angle of inclination is in the range from 30° to 40°. Consequently, rotation of the inlet tube 28 relative to the axis P during the operation of cleaning leads to the rotation of the separating device 12 relative to the axis P relative to the frame 34, the rolling device 20 and the exhaust pipe 30.

An inclined section 78 of the inlet tube 28 is located along the outer wall 16 of the outer tank 14 separating device 12 essentially parallel to the longitudinal axis of the outer tank 14 when the separating device 12 mounted on a support 74. Preferably, the section 58 is connected to the rear part of the inclined section 78 of the inlet tube 28. Outlet section of the inlet tube 28 also includes a horizontal section 90 located under the platform 80 and is designed to accommodate the flow of contaminated air from the hose 64 and move the flow of air to the inclined section 78. Outlet section of the inlet tube 28 also has an outlet 92 from which a stream of contaminated air gets into the separating device 12.

To move the vacuum cleaner 10 across a floor surface, the user pulls the hose of the device consisting of a rod and hose and is connected to a connection device 66, and thereby the user pulls the vacuum cleaner 10 across a floor surface, rotate the wheels 24, 26 of the rolling device 20, the wheels 40 and the rotating�I element 72, a vacuum cleaner 10 is moved on a floor surface. As shown in Fig.7-9, for the direction of the vacuum cleaner 10, for example, to the left when it moves across a floor surface, the user pulls the hose of the device consisting of a rod and hose, to the left, so that the connecting device 66 and attached the bracket 68 are rotated to the left relative to the axis Y. This rotation of arm 68 relative to the Y-axis results in bending of the hose 64 and the application of a force to the horizontal section of the discharge section 90 of the inlet tube 28. This force rotates the inclined section 78 and attached to the parcel 58 to the left relative to the axis R. As shown in Fig.9, due to the flexibility of the hose 64, the amount by which the bracket 68 is rotated about the Y-axis, more than the value of rotation of the inlet tube 28 relative to the axis R. for Example, when the bracket 68 is rotated about the Y-axis at an angle of 65°, the inlet tube 28 is rotated about the axis P at an angle of 25º. When turning section 58 relative to the axis R, the protrusion 62, which is connected with a transverse rod 44 is moved together with the slot 60 of section 58 (being in it), resulting in the transverse rod 44 is moved relative to the frame 34. As shown in Fig.8 and 9, movement of the transverse thrust 44 causes rotation of each lever 42 of the control relative to axis H, so that the number�sa 40 turn left, thereby changing the direction in which the cleaner 10 is moved on a floor surface. It is preferable that the control mechanism was implemented so that the movement of the transverse thrust 44 relative to the frame 34 resulted in rotation of each wheel 40 corresponding to a different value with respect to the frame 34.

Next, with reference to Fig.6, 12-14 and 16-18 will be described separating device 12. Specific General form of the separating device 12 may be different depending on the type of vacuum cleaner that uses a separating device 12. For example, the total length of the separating device 12 may be larger or smaller than the diameter of the device or may change the form of the base 18.

As mentioned above, the separating device 12 includes the external tank 14, comprising an outer wall 16, which is essentially cylindrical. The lower end of the external tank 14 is closed by a curved base 18, which is rotatably attached to the outer wall 16 by a hinge 94 and is held in closed position by a latch 96, which interacts with the edge 98 that is located on the outer wall 16. In the closed position, the base 18 is sealed relative to the lower end of the outer wall 16. The retainer 96 is elastically deformed, so that in the case of application to the very top of the retainer 96 pressure, dir�fucking down the locking mechanism 96 moves away from the edges 98 and disconnected from her. In this case, the base 18 will move away from the outer wall 16.

As shown in Fig.14(b), separating device further comprises a second cylindrical wall 100. The second cylindrical wall 100 is located along the radius of the inside relative to the outer wall 16 at some distance from it, so they formed a ring-shaped chamber 102. The second cylindrical wall 100 comes to the base 18 (when the base 18 is in the closed position) and sealed relative to the base 18. An annular chamber 102 is limited, in General, the outer wall 16, the second cylindrical wall 100, the base 18 and the upper wall 104, located on the upper end of the outer tank 14.

The inlet port 106 for contaminated air is located at the upper end of the outer tank 14, below the upper wall 104 and is used to receive the air stream from the outlet 92 of the inlet tube 28. The inlet port 106 for contaminated air is tangentially relative to the outer Baku 14 (as shown in Fig.6) to the incoming contaminated air followed by helical path along the annular chamber 102. The inlet port 106 for polluted air takes air flow from the channel 108, which is connected with the outer wall 16 of the outer tank 14, e.g.�measures by means of welding. The channel 108 has an inlet hole 110, the size of which essentially coincides with the size of the outlet 92 of the inlet tube 28 and which is located above the outlet 92, when the separating device 12 mounted on a support 74.

The external tank 14 is provided for release of the fluid, which has the form of a casing. The casing includes a top portion 112, in the form of a truncated cone, the lower cylindrical portion 114 and lower portion 116 formed in the form of an apron. Made in the form of an apron portion 116 extends outward from the bottom of cylindrical wall 114 toward the outer wall 16. In the upper part 112 of the casing and the cylindrical wall 114 of the casing is provided with a plurality of holes. The only release of fluid from an external tank 14 are openings of the casing. Between the casing and the second cylindrical wall 100 made the passage 118. The passage 118 communicates with the chamber 120 high pressure. Camera 120 high pressure is located on the radius outward from the casing and located above the upper part 112 of the casing.

Third, in General, cylindrical wall 122 departs from near the base 18, reaches the outer wall of chamber 120 high pressure and forms a generally cylindrical chamber 124. The lower end of the cylindrical chamber 124 is closed end wall 126. The shape of the cylindrical chamber 14 is so it could accommodate a removable filter 128 in the collection that contains the overflow tube 130 in the collection, which will be described below. The filter 128 in the collection removable manner is installed in the cylindrical chamber 124, so that when the vacuum cleaner 10 no mutual rotation between the filter 128 in the collection and the remaining part of the separating device 12. For example, the separating device 12 may be provided with one or more slots in which you insert the filter 128 in the collection in the separating device 12 are the projections made on the filter 128 in the collection.

Circumferentially around the chamber 120 of high pressure located several cyclones 132, placed parallel to each other. As shown in Fig.14(a) and 14(b), each cyclone 132 contains a tangentially located inlet opening 134, which communicates with the chamber 120 of high blood pressure. All cyclones 132 identical and each cyclone 132 comprises a cylindrical upper portion 136 and below the conical portion 138. The conical portion 138 of each cyclone 132 has the shape of a truncated cone and ends in a cone. Cyclone 132 is directed in an annular region 140 (and communicated with her), which is formed between the second and third cylindrical walls 100, 122. Discharge nozzle 142 is located at the upper end of each cyclone 132 to allow air �exhaust gas leaving the cyclone 132. Each discharge nozzle 142 is communicated with the tube 144 header, located above the cyclone 132. In a preferred embodiment of the invention has twelve cyclones 132 and twelve tubes 144 of the manifold. Twelve cyclones 132 are arranged in a ring centered on the longitudinal axis X of the outer tank 14. Each cyclone 132 has an axis that is tilted downward in the direction of the x axis All axis tilted at the same angle relative to the axis X. it Can be considered that the twelve cyclones 132 form a second cyclonic separating unit, wherein an annular chamber 102 forms a first cyclonic separating unit.

In the second cyclonic separating unit, the diameter of each cyclone 132 is less than the diameter of an annular chamber 102, and thus the second cyclonic separating unit is able to separate smaller particles of dirt and dust compared to the first cyclonic separating unit. He also has an additional advantage, namely that it passes through the air already cleared the first cyclonic separating unit and accordingly the amount of dust particles and their average size is smaller as compared to the case of absence of the first cyclonic separating unit. The separation efficiency of the secondary cyclonic separating unit higher efficiency of separation first� cyclonic separating unit.

Each tube 144 header, in General, is U-shaped and is limited to the upper wall 146 and the bottom wall 148 of the collector 150 of the second cyclonic separating unit. Tube collector 144 moves away from the upper end of each cyclone 132 and reaches the by-pass tube 130 in the collection.

As shown in Fig.14(C), the overflow tube 130 Assembly contains an annular seal 152 and the bypass tube 154. Removable filter 128 in the collection is located below the overflow tube 154 in the cylindrical chamber 124. In a preferred embodiment, the seal 152 is made of rubber and is fastened around the outer surface of the bypass tube 154 through planting with friction. The bypass tube 154 includes upper part and lower part. Seal 152 is located on the top of the overflow tube 154. The upper part of the overflow tube 154 contains a generally Cup-shaped portion 156, which provides an outlet for the fluid from the separating device 12 and the shape of the outer surface of which is convex, preferably spherical curvature. The lower part of the bypass tube 154 includes a flange 158 and a cylindrical outer casing 160, the shape of which is such to fit the size and shape of the cylindrical chamber 124. Edge shape 158 such that its diameter was slightly larger than the diameter of the cylindrical outside�him of the casing 160, and edge 158 is directed to the upper end of the cylindrical outer casing 160. The inlet chamber 162 is located between the upper and lower parts of the bypass tube 154. The inlet chamber 162 is limited to the bottom surface of the Cup-shaped part 156, the upper surface of the cylindrical outer casing 160 and the edge 158. As shown in Fig.14(b), the outlet of each tube 144 header ends in an inlet chamber 162 by-pass tube 130 in the collection.

The bypass tube 154 includes a first set of tubes in which air passes in a first direction through the bypass tube 154, and a second set of tubes in which air flows in a second direction through the bypass tube 154, and the second direction different from the first. In this embodiment of the invention in a cylindrical outer casing 160 of the bypass tube 154 has eight tubes. These tubes contain the first set of four inlet tubes 164 of the filter and the second set of four discharge tube 166 of the filter. The inlet tube 164 of the filter are arranged Annularly with center on the X axis, and the inlet tube 164 of the filter are located at equal distances from each other. The outlet tube 166 similarly filter are located at equal distances from each other around the axis X, but they are located between an inlet tubes 164 of the filter, preferably cm�is disposed relative to the inlet tube 164 of the filter on the angle approximately 45º.

Each inlet tube 164 of the filter has an inlet directed to the top surface of the cylindrical outer casing 160 and adjacent to the inlet chamber 162, and an outlet opening directed towards the base of the cylindrical outer casing 160. Each inlet tube 164 of the filter has a passage located between the inlet and outlet. The cross section of the passage is gradually changed to reduce the noise and turbulence of the stream of air passing through the bypass tube 154.

Each discharge tube 166 of the filter has an inlet opening 168 formed in the outer surface of the cylindrical outer casing 160 and outlet 170, intended for direction of purified air from the filter 128 in the collection towards the outlet tube 30. Thus, each discharge tube 166 has a passage that is located between the inlet 168 and an outlet 170 and which passes through the cylindrical outer casing 160 from the outer surface of the cylindrical outer casing 160 in the direction of the axis X. Therefore, the hole 170 is located closer to the axis X than the outer hole 168. Preferably, the outlet was 170 round.

The bowl-shaped portion 156 bypass tube 154 includes a holder 172 to grasp and to�which is designed to allow the user to pull the filter 128 in the collection of the separating device 12 for cleaning. The holder 172 protrudes up from the base of the Cup-shaped portion 156 along the X-axis so that it protrudes from the second cyclonic separating unit. The bypass tube 154 also contains a few of the side legs 173, which are arranged so as to deviate downward from the bottom surface of the Cup-shaped portion 156, and which are intended to support the upper part of the overflow tube 154 on the bottom.

As shown in Fig.14(b) and Fig.15 and 16, the filter 128 in the collection contains a top edge 174, the base 176 and four cylindrical filter element disposed between the flange 174 and the base 176. In General, the filter 128 in the collection has a cylindrical shape and includes an interior chamber 178 by the edge 174, a base 176 and located most closely to the center of the first filter element 180 of the filter 128 in the collection. Flange 174 is retained in an annular groove located at the bottom of the overflow tube 154.

The filter 128 in the collection is designed so that it is flexible and elastic. Flange 174 is annular and its width in the direction perpendicular to the X axis equal to W. Edge 174 is made of a material of such hardness and deformability, which allows a user to deform the edge 174 (and thus the filter 128 in �Bor), manually pushing or grabbing the edge 174 and twisting and squeezing the filter 128 in the collection, in particular during the operation of washing. In this embodiment the flange 174 and the base 176 is made from polyurethane.

Each filter element of the filter 128 in the collection is rectangular. Thus, the four filters connected together along their longest edges by stitching, gluing or other suitable manner to obtain a piece of filter material in the form of a tube, essentially cylindrical shape with an open end, and the height of the tube in the direction of the axis X is equal to N. The upper end of each cylindrical member is attached to the edge 174 and the lower end of each filter element is connected to the base 176, preferably by casting on top of the polyurethane material edges 174 and the base 176 in the manufacture of the filter 128 in the collection. Alternative methods of mounting the filter elements are bonding and centrifugal casting of polyurethane around the upper and lower ends of the filter elements. Thus, the filter elements are Packed in the polyurethane in the manufacture of what is done for the purpose of obtaining a reinforced design capable of withstanding manipulation of the user, in particular during flushing of the filter 128 in the collection.

The first filter�schy element 180 includes a layer of mesh material with an open woven or mesh structure. The second filter element 182 surrounds the first filter element 180 and is made of a nonwoven filtering material, such as fleece. The shape and volume of the second filter element 182 is selected so as to essentially fill the volume bounded by the width W of the edge 174 and the height H of the filter 128 in the collection, measured along the axis X. Therefore, the width of the second filter element 182 is essentially equal to the width W of the edge 174.

The third filter element 184 surrounds the second filter element 182 and contains electrostatic filter material, closed on both sides with a protective cloth. The layers are held together known in the art manner by means of stitching or other airtight manner. The fourth filter element 186 surrounds the third filter element 184 and provides a layer of mesh material with an open woven or mesh structure.

During manufacture, the upper portion of the first filter element 180 is attached to the flange 174 and the base 176 is directly next to the second filter element 182. The upper part of the third filter element 184 is attached to the flange 174 and the base 176 is directly next to the second filter element 182, and the upper part of the fourth filter element 186 is attached to the flange 174 and the base 176 is directly next to the third filter element 184. So�way, filter elements 180, 182, 184, 186 are held in place in the filter 128 in the collection relative to the edges 174 and the base 176, so that the air flow penetrates first through the first filter element before passing in turn the second, third and fourth filter elements. As for the third filter element 184 that contains the electrostatic filter material, covered on both sides with a protective cloth, it is preferable that all layers of the third filter element 184 are attached to the flange 174 and the base 176, so that when you reduce the risk of exfoliation of the second filter element 184.

Next, with reference to Fig.6, 21(a) and 21(b) will be described discharge tube 30. Discharge tube 30 is, in General, curved sleeve, connecting the separating device 12 and the rolling device 20. Discharge tube 30 has an inlet opening for a fluid, having the form of a ball joint 188 external convex surface, and an elongated tube 190 is intended for reception of air from the ball joint 188. The elongated tube 190 provides a passage 192 that is designed to move air from the separating device 12 in a rolling device 20. As shown in Fig.6, the axis R of rotation passes through the discharge tube 30, preferably through a ball joint 188 of the outlet tube 30.

Ball joint 188 is, in General, a hemispherical shape and it is located in a removable Cup-shaped part 156 bypass tube 154, which is visible through the open end of the collector 150. Thus, between the separating device 12 and the exhaust tube 30 is formed of a ball swivel. Ball joint 188 includes a flexible annular seal 194 surrounding the ball joint 188, wherein the annular seal 194 contains an edge 196, designed to interact with the inner surface of the Cup-shaped part 156 bypass tube 154. This provides an effective and reliable seal between the ball 188 connection and bypass tube 154. Alternatively, the outer surface of the ball joint 188 may include such elements as directed outward protrusion, flange, or rib, which cooperate with the Cup-shaped part 156 bypass tube 154. In addition, in a preferred embodiment, the seal 152 overflow tube 130 in the collection is flexible and has such a shape that the diameter of the upper part of the seal 152 is slightly smaller than the diameter of ball joints 188, what is needed to get a tight-fitting elastic connections around the outer surface of the ball joint 188. The seal 152 may also sealing Luba� the gaps between the ball connection 188 and the second cyclonic separating unit.

As described previously, rotation of the inlet tube 28 relative to the axis P during the operation of cleaning leads to the rotation of the separating device 12 relative to the axis P relative to the exhaust pipe 30. As shown in Fig.6, the seal 196 and fit the upper edge of the seal 152 ball 188 connection facilitates continuous communication between the (fixed) bore 192 of the outlet tube, (movable) outlet holes 170 a bypass tube 154. Therefore, when moving the separating device 12 relative to the outlet tube 30 during movement of the vacuum cleaner 10 across a floor surface between the separating device 12 and the exhaust tube 30 is maintained airtight connection.

Next, with reference to Fig.22 and 23 will be described rolling device 20. The rolling device 20 includes a main portion 22 and two bent wheels 24, 26 that are rotatably attached to the main part 22 and which cooperate with the floor surface. In this embodiment, the main part 22 and wheels 24, 26 is determined essentially spherical rolling device 20. The axis of rotation of the wheels 24, 26 is tilted up toward the main part 22 relative to the floor surface on which the vacuum cleaner 10 so that the edges of the wheels 24,26 interact with the floor surface. Preferably, �Toba angle of the axes of rotation of the wheel 24, 26 ranged from 5 to 15°, more preferably from 6 to 10°, and in this embodiment this angle is about 8º. Each wheel 24, 26 of the rolling device 20 is dome-shaped, and its outer surface essentially has a spherical curvature, so the shape of each wheel 24, 26 is, in General, is hemispherical. In a preferred embodiment, the diameter of the outer surface of each wheel 24, 26 is less than the diameter of the rolling device 20 and is preferably from 80 to 90% of the diameter of the rolling device 20.

A rolling device 20 is driven by a motor fan unit 200, the device 202 of winding wires intended for retracting and storing in the main part 22 of the electric wire (not shown), ending with a fork 203, and supplies electric energy, among other things, the motor fan unit 200 and the filter 204 in the collection. The fan unit 200 includes the motor and the impeller, which is driven by the engine for the purpose of suction in a vacuum cleaner 10 (and passing through) the flow of polluted air. The fan unit 200 is located in the casing 206 of the engine. Box 206 of the motor is connected with the main part 22, so that the fan unit 200 does not rotate when moving the vacuum cleaner 10 across a floor surface. The filter 204 assy R�spoelgen downstream of the fan unit 200. The filter 204 in the collection has the shape of a cuff and is located around a portion of the duct 206 of the engine. In box 206 of the engine, which is surrounded by the filter 204 in the collection, provided with a plurality of holes 207.

The seal 208 separates the device 202 of winding a wire from box 206 engine. The seal 208 facilitates the separation of the main part 22 in the first area, which contains the fan unit 200 that generates heat when used, and the second area containing the device 202 of winding a wire to which heat is dangerous and which may require cooling.

The filter 204 in the collection can be periodically removed from the rolling device 20 to provide the opportunity to clean the filter 204 in the collection. Access to the filter 204 in the collection you can get if you remove the wheel 26 of the rolling device 20. The wheel 26 can be removed, for example, if you first Unscrew end cap 210 is mounted on the wheel 26, for the purpose of removing the seat ring 212 wheel located on the end of the shaft 214, which is connected to the casing 206 of the engine. The seat ring 212 of the wheel may be located between the axis system 214 and 216 wheel bearings. Further, the user can pull the wheel 26 with the axis 214, so that the seat ring 212 of the wheel system, 216 wheel bearings and end cap 210 is removed from the axis 214 with the wheel 26. Further, the filter 204 in �Bor can be removed from the rolling device 20 by pressing on the latch 218, connecting the filter 204 is assembled with the casing 206 of the engine, and pull the filter 204 in the collection of the rolling device 20.

The main part 22 of the rolling device 20 further has an inlet 220 to the fluid, an annular chamber 222, intended for reception of air from the inlet port 220, and the passage 224, limited by the camera 222. Shape of the chamber 222 such that smoothly changed cross-sectional area for the flow of air passing from the inlet 220 to the fan unit 200. The chamber 222 provides a change of passage direction 224 approximately 90º. A smooth path and a smooth change in cross-sectional area of the passage for the flow of air can reduce inefficiencies in the system, for example, the losses through the duct 206 of the engine. Between the inlet 220 and the chamber 222 of the motor may be located a grille designed to protect the fan unit 200 and boxes 206 engine from objects that might otherwise get, to block and/or obstruct the camera 222 of the engine, for example, when removing the separating device 12 of the main part 22 that will be described below.

The fan unit 200 includes a set of exhaust pipes 230, located around the outside of the fan unit 200. In a preferred embodiment, around ventilators�th block 200 has four discharge tube 230, which provide connection of the fan unit 200 and boxes 206 engine. The filter 204 in the collection boxes situated around engine 206 and the openings 218 facilitate the message box 206 engine and the main part 22. The main part 22 further comprises an outlet for air, designed to release the purified air from the vacuum cleaner 10. The exhaust channel is directed to the rear of the main part 22. In a preferred embodiment, the outlet channel has multiple outlet holes 232 located in the lower part of the main part 22 so as to create minimum turbulence in the environment outside of the vacuum cleaner 10.

The first user controlled switch 234 is located on the main part so that when it is pressed, the fan unit 200 is operated. Also when you click on this first switch 234 of the fan unit 200 may be turned off. The second user controllable switch 236 is located next to the first switch 234. The second switch 236 allows a user to actuate the device 202 of winding a wire. The electrical circuit 238, intended for driving the fan unit 200 and the device 202 of winding a wire, is also located in the rolling device 20.

The main part 22 includes a bypass valve 240, designed �La allowing air flow to move in the fan unit 200 in the case of blocking, taking place, for example, the device consisting of a rod and hose. This prevents overheating or other damage to the fan unit 200. The bypass valve 240 includes a piston chamber 242 in which is located the piston 244. At one end of the piston chamber 242 a hole 246, intended for communication of the piston chamber 242 with the external environment through the outlet holes 232, and at the other end of the piston chamber 242 formed channel 248 intended message of a piston chamber 242 with the passage 224.

Coil spring 250 compression, located in the piston chamber 242, pushes the piston 244 toward the annular seat 252 is inserted into the piston chamber 242 through the opening 246. When using the vacuum cleaner 10, the force F1acting on the piston 242 and an opposing bias force F2the springs 250, because of a difference of air pressures acting on each side of the piston 244, less bias force F2the springs 250 and, thus, the hole 246 remains closed. In the case of blocking the flow path of the air upstream relative to the channel 248, the difference in air pressure acting on opposite sides of the piston 242, will increase significantly. The bias force F2the spring 250 is selected so that in this case the force F1will become more of a force F2, resulting in p�rsen 244 to move from the seat 252, and open the aperture 246. It will allow air to pass from the external environment through the piston chamber 242 and get into the passage 224.

When using the user activates the fan unit 200, for example, by pressing the switch 234 and the flow of contaminated air is sucked into the vacuum cleaner 10 through the hole for suction, located in the cleaning head. The flow of contaminated air passes through a device consisting of a rod and hose, and enters the inlet tube 28. The flow of contaminated air passes through the inlet tube 28 and enters the inlet 106 to polluted air separating device 12. Due to the tangential arrangement of the inlet openings 106 for polluted air, the air flows along a helical path along the outer wall 16. Due to the centrifugal force large particles of dirt and dust deposited in the annular chamber 102 and accumulate there.

Partially purified stream of air out of the annular chamber 102 through openings in the casing and into the passage 118. Next, the flow of air passes into the chamber 120 of high blood pressure and is transported in one of the twelve cyclones 132 through the inlet 134, due to the additional cyclonic separation is the separation of some of the dirt and dust contained in the sweat�ke air. This dirt and dust is accumulated in an annular region 140, and the cleaned air exits the cyclone 132 through the discharge nozzle 142 and into the tube 144 of the manifold. Then the air flows into the overflow tube 154 through the inlet chamber 162 and fall into four inlet tubes 164 filter bypass tube 154. Of the four inlet tubes 164 filter the air flow enters the Central open chamber 178 of the filter 128 in the collection.

The air flow passes through the Central open chamber 178 and is directed tangentially to the outside of the filter elements of the filter 128 in the collection. The air flow first enters the first filter element 180, then passes through the second filter element 182, the third filter element 184 and the fourth filter element 186, and with the passage of the air flow through each filter element is extracted from the stream of dust and dirt.

The flow of air, released from the filter 128 in the collection, takes place in a cylindrical chamber 124 and is sucked into the discharge pipe 166 filter bypass tube 154. The air flow passes through the outlet tube 166 of the filter and out of the bypass tube 154 through the four outlet openings 190 in a Cup-shaped part 156 bypass tube 154. The air flow gets into the ball joint 188 of the outlet tube 30 extends along the passage 192 and comes in primary�second part 22 of the Rolling device 20 through the inlet 220 to the fluid.

In the rolling device 20, the air flow passes successively through the grate and into the passage 224 and enters the chamber 222. Camera 222 directs the flow of air into the fan unit 200. The seal 208 prevents the passage of air flow through the device 202 of winding a wire. The air flow out of the discharge tube a 230 engine in box 206 of the engine. Next, the flow of air goes through the duct 206 engine in the tangential direction through the openings 218 and passes through the filter 204 in the collection. Finally the flow of air, following the curvature of the main part 22, enters the outlet 232 of the main part 22, where the flow of purified air is discharged from the vacuum cleaner 10.

Discharge tube 30 removable manner attached to the separating device 12 that is necessary to ensure the possibility of extracting the separating device 12 of the cleaner 10. The end of the tube 190, far from the ball joint 188 of the outlet tube 30, is rotatably connected with the main part 22 of the rolling device 20 that is necessary to move the discharge tube 30 between the lower position shown in Fig.2 and in which the discharge tube 30 communicates with the separating device 12, and a raised position that is shown in Fig.21(a) and which provides the possibility of separating extraction device 12 of the cleaner 10.

As shown in Fig(a) and 21(b) and Fig.4, discharge tube 30 is spring-loaded in the direction to a raised position by means of a spring 260 located in the main part 22. The main part 22 also includes a locking mechanism 262 that is designed to hold the discharge tube 30 in the lower position against the force of the spring 260, and includes a button 264 release the lock. Discharge tube 30 contains the handle 266, designed for the transfer of the vacuum cleaner 10 by the user when the discharge tube 30 is held in the lower position. In a preferred embodiment, the spring 260 is a torsion spring that interacts with part of the arm 266. The latch 262 is located on the main portion 22 close to the exhaust pipe 30 along the line G-G shown in Fig.4.

The latch 262 is arranged to interact with the flange 268 of the outlet tube 30. The collar 268 moves from the lower part of the outlet tube 30 and extends in the direction of the main part 22. The collar 268 is located below the groove 270, the form of which is intended to interact with tazapsidis element retainer 262.

The locking mechanism 262 includes a gripper rod 272 and 274. The rod 274 is positioned horizontally between the button 264 release the lock and latch 262. Capture 272 is at a 90º angle to the rod 274 and is connected with the nearest to the discharge tube 30 by the end of the rod 274. Capture size 272 such that positioning�I'm in the groove 270 of the flange 268. The device from the lock rod and latch 262 is mounted on the main portion 22 rotatably about the axis Q of rotation that is essentially perpendicular to the axis R of rotation of the separating device 12.

Button 264 release the lock includes a top surface that can be painted or have other signs of its function to the user button 264 release the lock. In addition, the button 264 release the lock includes a rod 276 and the guide channel 278. The rod 276 departs downward from the top surface of the button 264 release the lock and movably installed in the guide channel 278. The rod 276 is arranged to move along the guide channel 278 of the upper inactive position to a lower position activation. In the position of the activation rod 276 protrudes beyond the boundaries of the guide channel 278 and are constructed to deal with the core part of the retainer 274 262.

When using the filter 128 in the collection is located in the flow path of the air cleaner 10, as described above. When using the filter 128 in the collection can become clogged, which will decrease the filtration efficiency. To mitigate this problem, the filter 128 in the collection should be periodically cleaned or replaced. In a preferred embodiment, the filter 128 in the collection and filter all�following element can be cleaned by washing. The user can access the filter 128 in the collection to clean it, when the discharge tube 30 is in the raised position. The holder 172 of the filter 128 in the collection stands for the boundary of the manifold 150 and helps the user to determine where the filter 128 in the collection, thus facilitating the extraction of the filter 128 in the collection. The user removes the filter 128 in the collection of the separating device 12 by capturing holder 172 and pulling the holder 172 outward and upward from the cylindrical chamber 124 separating device 12. Thus, the user does not need to stay directly behind a clogged filter elements of the filter 128 in the collection. This allows hygienic to replace or clean the filter 128 in the collection. The filter 128 in the collection are washed by rinsing under domestic crane in a known manner and then enable to dry. Further, the filter 128 in the collection is re-inserted into the cylindrical chamber 124 separating device 12, the discharge tube 30 is moved to the down position and continue the use of the vacuum cleaner 10.

To move the discharge tube 30 from the lower position to the raised position, the user presses the button 264 release the lock. Dragging the knob 264 of the release latch and lowering the rod 276 in the guide channel 278 leads to a clash of the bottom portion of the rod with rod 276 274 f�ksatora 262. The rod 274 is extruded from an inactive position, and he is forced to turn in a counterclockwise direction about the axis Q of rotation. Capture 272, which is connected to the rod 274, is also forced to rotate in a counterclockwise direction about the axis Q of rotation and to move from engagement with the groove 270 of the flange 268. The movement of the gripper 272 retainer flange 262 of 294 enables the bias force of the spring 260 to push the lever 266 and, therefore, the discharge tube 30 in a direction from the main part 22 and, respectively, to rotate the discharge tube 30 from the lower position to the raised position.

When the discharge tube 30 is in the raised position, the separating device 12 can be extracted from the vacuum cleaner 10 for the purpose of liberation and purification. Separating device 12 includes a handle 280, which is designed to simplify the extraction of the separating device 12 of the cleaner 10. Arm 280 is located on the separating device 12 so as to be under the exhaust pipe 30, when the discharge tube is in its lower position. As described in more detail below, the handle 280 is arranged to move relative to the outer tank 14 separating device 12 between the retracted position shown in Fig.17 and 19, and an extended position that is shown in Fig.18 and 20 and in the cat�rum it is easily accessible to the user. Preferably, the amount of displacement of the arm 280 between retracted and extended provisions were in the range of 10 to 30 mm and in a preferred embodiment, this value is approximately 15 mm.

Arm 280 includes a top portion 282 that is attached to elongated portion 284, which is movable in the groove 286 formed in the second cyclonic separating unit separating device 12. Part 284 is located between two adjacent cyclones 132 of the second cyclonic separating unit and inclined at the same angle relative to the X axis, and the axis of the cyclone 132. Part 284 contains the inner part a connected with the upper part 282, and the outer portion 284b. The upper portion 280 is spring loaded to the retracted position by a resilient element located in the groove 286. In this embodiment, the mentioned elastic element comprises a first coil spring 288. The lower end of the first helical spring 288 engages with the lower surface 290 of the groove 286 and the upper end of the first helical spring 288 engages with the lower end 292 of the inner part a part 284, so that the elastic energy stored in the first helical spring 288, pushes the portion 284 of the bottom surface of the groove 286.

Discharge tube 30 pushes the handle 280 is directed by�Yu to retracted position. As shown in Fig.21, the discharge tube 30 includes a shoulder 294 extending downward from the discharge tube 30 to interact with the upper part 282 of the handle 280. As shown in Fig.17-20, the upper portion 282 includes a groove 296, to accommodate the flange 294 of the outlet tube 30. When the discharge tube 30 is moved from the raised position shown in Fig.21, in the lower position shown in Fig.2, the flange 294 is located in the groove 296 and pushes the handle 280 to retracted position against the bias force of the first helical spring 288. When the handle 280 retracted position, any further movement of the outlet tube 30 toward the lower position presses the separating device 12 to a support 74 that securely holds the separating device 12 on the frame 34.

In order to extract the separating device of a vacuum cleaner 10 for cleaning of said device, the user presses the button 264 release the lock to move the discharge tube 30 in a raised position. Moving burtica discharge tube 30 from separating device 12 provides the possibility of the bias force of the first helical spring 288 to push the lower end 292 of part 284 of the handle 280 from the lower surface 290 of the groove 286 and thereby push the handle 280 to the extended position. As shown in Fig.21, when the gradua� tube 30 is in the raised position, the upper part 282 is sufficiently raised above the separating device 12, to allow the user to grasp the upper part 282 of the handle 280 and pull the handle 280, in General, in the upward direction to pull the base 18 of the separating device 12 of the spigot 84 of the support 74. A locking mechanism located at the lower end 292 of part 284 of the handle 280 can communicate with a ledge disposed at the set of cyclones, to prevent complete withdrawal of the arm 280 of the groove 286.

Arm 280 includes manually-operated button 298, designed to activate the feed mechanism downward pressure to the upper part of the locking mechanism 96 that is needed to deform the retainer 96 and detach from the edge 98 that is located on the outer wall 16 of the outer tank 14. This allows you to move the base 18 from the outer wall 16 in order to transfer the dirt and dust accumulated in the separating device 12, in a dumpster or other container. Button 298 is located on the handle 280, so that the button 298 is located under the exhaust pipe 30, when the discharge tube 30 is in its lower position, and directed to the main body 22 of the Rolling device 20.

The activation mechanism includes the lower pressure element 300, preferably having the form of a rod, movably mounted on the outer wall 16 of the outer tank 14. In�esrea outer wall 16 of the tank 14 contains several holding members 302, which is designed to hold the bottom of the pressure element 300 on the external tank 14 and pushing the lower pressure element 300 to move toward the retainer 96 and from him. The lower pressure element 300 includes a top end 304 located near the second cyclonic separating unit separating device 12, and a lower end 306, designed for interaction with the locking mechanism 96. The lower pressure element 300 is not biased in any direction.

The activation mechanism further comprises an upper pressure element 308, preferably made in the form of a rod, movably located in the groove 310 is located between the inner part a and external part 284b part 284 of the handle 280. The upper pressure element 308 contains the lower part 312 with the lower end 314, intended for interaction with an upper end 304 of the lower pressure element 300. The lower end 314 of the acts along the radius to the outside through the opening made in the outer wall of the second cyclonic separating unit. The upper pressure element 308 further comprises a top portion 316 that is connected to the lower part 312 and preferably component a single unit with the specified lower part 312, the upper portion 316 includes outer frame 318 surrounding the bracket 320. The bracket 320 is made with the possibility of rotation�OTA relative to the lower portion 312 and the inside is spring-loaded towards the inner part a part 284 of the handle 280.

The manually operated button 298 is spring-loaded in the upward direction via the elastic element. This elastic element is a second helical spring 322. The lower end of the second helical spring 322 communicates with the upper end 324 of the inner part a part 284, the upper end of the second helical spring 322 communicates with the lower surface of the button 298 to push out the button 298 upwards so that the upper surface of the button 298 is essentially flush with the upper surface of the arm 280. Button 298 also contains the downward portion 328, which is located in the groove 310, made in part 284 of the handle 280.

As shown in Fig.19, when the handle 20 is in the retracted position, a downward portion 328 of the button 298 is located between the inner part a portion 284 and an upper portion 316 of the upper adjusting element 308. This prevents the situation where the lower pressure element 300 is pushing the latch 96 from the edge 98 in the case when press the button 298 and arm 280 is in the retracted position. Downward portion 328 of the button 298 communicates with the bracket 320 top of the adjusting element 308 and pushes him from the inside a part 284. When arm 280 is moved to the extended position under the action of the second helical spring 322 of the button 298 is forced to move along � arm 280, resulting in a downward portion 328 of the button 298 is moved forward relative to the top of the adjusting element 308 and moves beyond the upper end of the bracket 320 top of the adjusting element 308. This allows the bracket 320 to move towards the inner part a part 284 of the handle 280. As shown in Fig.20, when the handle 280 is in the extended position, a downward portion 328 of the button 298 is located above the bracket 320.

For discharging the accumulated dirt and dust from the separating device 12, the user extracts the separating device 12 of the cleaner 10. While the user holds the separating device 12 by the handle 280, which at this time is in the extended position, it presses the button 298, which moves downward against the bias force of the second helical spring 322, and is supported on the upper end of the bracket 320 top of the adjusting element 308. If you continue the move down button 298, with counteracting bias force of the second helical spring 322, the button 29 8 presses the lower end 314 of the upper adjusting element 308 at the upper end 304 of the lower pressure element 300. This in turn causes the pressure of the lower end 306 of the lower pressure element 300 on the latch 96. A downward pressure applied thereby to the lock pin 96 causes the latch 96 is moved from the edge on the outer wall 16 of the outer tank 14, providing the opportunity of waste of the base 18 from the outer wall 16, so that can be extracted dirt and dust accumulated in the separating device 12.

When the user removes pressure from the button 298, the second coil spring 322 returns the button 298, respectively, in the position shown in Fig.20. Since the lower pressure element 300 is not biased in any direction, he and the upper pressure element 308 are not returned to the position shown in Fig.13 and 20 as long as the base 18 is not rotated back to the locking mechanism 96 is again caught on the edge on the outer wall 16 of the outer tank 14, wherein the locking mechanism 96 pushes the lower pressure element 300 back into the position shown in Fig.13 and 20.

The invention is not limited to the above detailed description. Specialists in this field can offer various modifications.

1. Cleaning the cylinder type comprising essentially spherical interacting with the floor rolling device which has an inlet opening for a fluid medium, designed for the reception of the fluid flow, and a tool designed to influence the flow of the fluid passed through the inlet port, and a control mechanism designed to control the movement of the cleaning device and containing the frame, the rear end of which is connected�Yong with interacting with the floor rolling device.

2. A cleaning device according to claim 1, wherein the rolling device comprises a main part and several of interacting with the floor rotating elements connected for rotation with the main part.

3. A cleaning device according to claim 2 in which the means of influencing the flow of the fluid passed through the inlet opening, connected with the main part.

4. A cleaning device according to claim 2, wherein the axis of rotation of the rotating elements is tilted up toward the main part relative to the floor surface, which has a cleaning device.

5. A cleaning device according to claim 2, wherein each of the multiple rotating elements has an essentially spherical curvature.

6. A cleaning device according to claim 1 in which the means of influencing the flow of fluid includes means for retracting the flow of fluid in a rolling device.

7. A cleaning device according to claim 6 in which the means for retracting the fluid flow into the rolling device comprises a driven motor fan unit.

8. A cleaning device according to claim 1 in which the means of influencing the flow of a fluid medium contains a filter designed to extract solid particles from the fluid flow.

9. The cleaning device of claim 1 comprising a separating device for separating dirt on� of the fluid flow.

10. A cleaning device according to claim 1, wherein the control mechanism includes several interactive with the floor controls, is arranged to move relative to the frame.

11. A cleaning device according to claim 10, wherein each element comprises a wheel Assembly.

12. A cleaning device according to claim 10, wherein the control mechanism contains a number of movable levers, each of which is connected with a corresponding one of the control frames.

13. A cleaning device according to claim 12, wherein the control mechanism comprises a control element that is designed to move the levers on the chassis.

14. A cleaning device according to claim 13, in which the control element at each end or near his end is connected rotatably with the corresponding control lever.

15. A cleaning device according to claim 14, wherein the mechanism comprises a lever connected rotatably to the frame and intended to move the control element relative to the frame.

16. A cleaning device according to claim 15, containing a flexible hose connected to the lever for rotating the lever relative to the frame.

17. A cleaning device according to claim 16, comprising a support hose that is connected rotatably to the frame and designed to support hose.

18. H�stasee device according to claim 16, in which the hose contains a connecting device for connection of a hose with a device consisting of a rod and hose.

19. Cleaning the cylinder type comprising separating device for separating dirt from the flow of contaminated fluid, essentially spherical interacting with the floor rolling device that contains a means for retracting the fluid flow through the separating device, and control device designed to control the movement of the cleaning device and containing the frame, the rear end of which is connected with interacting with the floor rolling device.

20. A cleaning device according to claim 19, in which the separating device comprises a cyclone separating device.

21. A cleaning device according to claim 19, in which the separating device comprises a chamber for collecting dirt separated from the fluid flow.

22. A cleaning device according to claim 19, in which the separating device is located outside of the rolling device.

23. A cleaning device according to claim 22 containing the tube that connects the separating device and a rolling device and designed to move the flow of fluid in a rolling device.

24. A cleaning device according to claim 23, in which the tube is made with the possibility adoed�tion from the separating device to enable the extraction of separating the device from the cleaning device.

25. A cleaning device according to claim 24, in which the separating device comprises a handle, located under the handset.

26. A cleaning device according to claim 23, in which the tube contains the handle.

27. A cleaning device according to claim 23, in which the tube is rotatably connected to the rolling device.

28. A cleaning device according to claim 19, in which the longitudinal axis of the separating device is tilted at an acute angle relative to vertical when rolling the device interacts essentially with the horizontal surface of the floor.

29. A cleaning device according to claim 28, in which the angle is from 30 to 70°.

30. A cleaning device according to claim 19, containing inlet tube, designed to move the flow of contaminated fluid in the separating device, wherein the inlet tube comprising a support intended to support separating device.

31. A cleaning device according to claim 30, in which the separating device comprises essentially a cylindrical outer wall and a support comprises a curved support surface intended to support the outer wall of the separating device.

32. Cleaning the cylinder type comprising a main body, which has an inlet opening for a fluid medium, designed to accommodate the flow of fluid medium, a tool designed d�I impact on the flow of the fluid adopted through the inlet port, and interacting with several floors of rotating elements, which are made with the possibility of rotation relative to the main portion and which together with the main part is determined essentially spherical interacting with the floor rolling device, and control device designed to control the movement of the cleaning device and containing the frame, the rear end of which is connected with interacting with the floor rolling device.



 

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