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Anti-Schmutz Vorrichtung für einen Kinderwagen - Dokument EP1747963
 
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Dokumentenidentifikation EP1747963 22.03.2007
EP-Veröffentlichungsnummer 0001747963
Titel Anti-Schmutz Vorrichtung für einen Kinderwagen
Anmelder CO Proget S.R.L., Rivalta di Torino, IT
Erfinder Accossato, Angelo, 10136, Torino, IT;
Accossato, Claudio, 10136, Torino, IT
Vertreter derzeit kein Vertreter bestellt
Vertragsstaaten AT, BE, BG, CH, CY, CZ, DE, DK, EE, ES, FI, FR, GB, GR, HU, IE, IS, IT, LI, LT, LU, LV, MC, NL, PL, PT, RO, SE, SI, SK, TR
Sprache des Dokument EN
EP-Anmeldetag 18.07.2006
EP-Aktenzeichen 061173670
EP-Offenlegungsdatum 31.01.2007
Veröffentlichungstag im Patentblatt 22.03.2007
IPC-Hauptklasse B62B 9/16(2006.01)A, F, I, 20070109, B, H, EP

Beschreibung[en]

The present invention relates to an anti-dirt device for a wheeled vehicle, in particular adapted to transport infants and children, such as a pushchair or a pram.

It is known that wheeled vehicles currently available on the market for transporting infants and children comprise a frame having rods to the lower ends of which wheels are mounted, generally three or four depending on the vehicle model.

It is also known that said wheeled vehicles are used both in environments with substantially clean paving, such as houses or offices, and in environments with dirty paving, such as streets, sidewalks, gardens or parks, and in general in outdoor places.

The vehicle wheels are therefore subject to the action exerted by the dirt in said environments with dirty paving, which dirt may also deposit on the wheels themselves: let us consider, for example, the condition of the wheels of a pushchair at the end of an outdoor walk in rainy or damp weather.

For example, when using pushchairs or prams currently available on the market, it is unadvisable to step into the house right after having used the pushchair or the pram outdoor without first cleaning the wheels.

This preventive cleaning is very demanding, however, because it requires much time and because it is difficult to carry it out in a sufficiently effective way.

The most common solution is therefore to leave the pushchair or the pram at the door step, thus causing evident cluttering problems when the vehicle is left e.g. on the landing of a staircase in a building, or giving rise to the risk of theft when the vehicle is left outside the house and within anybody's reach.

In addition to the above drawbacks, there is also the non-negligible inconvenience of having to pick up the child or infant when entering the house, at the high risk of waking him/her up, if he/she was asleep, or anyway of having to move him/her from his/her comfortable position in the pushchair or the pram.

Similar problems arise with apparatus equipped with wheels for domestic use which can be used both indoors and outdoors: vacuum cleaners, deck chairs, children's bicycles, wheelchairs for disabled people, trolleys for transporting goods, and so on.

The object of the present invention is therefore to provide an anti-dirt device for a wheeled vehicle, in particular adapted to transport infants or children, like e.g. a pushchair or a pram, which can be used both in environments with very dirty paving and in environments with substantially clean paving and which makes it unnecessary to clean the wheels, in particular when the vehicle is used in an indoor environment after having been used in an outdoor environment.

The inventive idea underlying the present invention provides an anti-dirt device for a wheeled vehicle, in particular adapted to transport infants or children, such as a pushchair or a pram, to which, on each rod of its frame, a wheel assembly is secured which consists of two wheels, one of which can be used in an environment with substantially clean paving, e.g. indoor environments, and the other one can be used in environments where the paving may be very dirty, e.g. outdoor environments. The position of the wheels is switched appropriately through a suitable control member, e.g. located on the handlebar of the pushchair.

Either the wheels for environments with substantially clean paving or those for environments with dirty paving are used, depending on the paving of the environment wherein the wheeled vehicle is used. In this way, the wheels for environments with substantially clean paving are always clean, or at least they are much less soiled than the wheels for environments with dirty paving, and anyway their degree of dirtiness can be tolerated in an environment with substantially clean paving.

It is a further object of the present invention to provide an anti-dirt device for a wheeled vehicle, in particular adapted to transport infants or children, like a pushchair or a pram, which can be universally adapted to any type of wheeled vehicle.

According to the present invention, the anti-dirt device is provided with means allowing to secure said device to any wheeled transport vehicle, like pushchairs or prams for children or infants, thus making it possible to produce and sell it as a kit. As an alternative, the device may be already integrated when manufacturing the wheeled vehicle, in particular to prams and to pushchairs for transporting children or infants.

According to a further aspect of the invention, the wheels are so arranged that any dirt deposited on the wheels for environments with dirty paving is collected on a collection surface of a support located on the wheels themselves, and therefore cannot soil an environment with substantially clean paving.

According to a further aspect of the invention, the support located on the wheels acts both as a surface for collecting dirt and as a mudguard, thus providing the wheeled vehicle with further protection against any soiling caused by splashes of water, mud, etc.

These and other objects of the invention are achieved through the anti-dirt device for wheeled vehicles, in particular for vehicles adapted to transport infants and/or children, as claimed in the annexed claims.

The above objects will become apparent from the detailed description of the anti-dirt device for wheeled vehicles; in particular, the following description will refer to vehicles adapted to transport infants and/or children according to an embodiment of the invention with particular reference to the annexed drawings, wherein:

  • Figs. 1, 2a and 2b are a perspective view, a sectional side view and a sectional transversal view, respectively, of an anti-dirt device for a wheeled vehicle adapted to transport infants and/or children, according to a first embodiment of the invention;
  • Figs. 3a and 3b are perspective views of a wheeled vehicle adapted to transport infants and/or children, comprising four anti-dirt devices according to the first embodiment of the invention mounted to an existing vehicle and to a vehicle already incorporating said devices during the manufacturing stage, respectively;
  • Figs. 4a and 4b are front views of an anti-dirt device for a wheeled vehicle adapted to transport infants and/or children in a first and a second operative positions, respectively, according to a second embodiment of the invention;
  • Figs. 5a, 5b and 5c are a front section and two side sections, respectively, along the lines Vb-Vb and Vc-Vc of Fig. 5a of the anti-dirt device of Fig. 4a or 4b.
  • Figs. 6a and 6b, 7a and 7b are a perspective view from the inner and outer sides, a sectional side view and a front view, respectively, of an anti-dirt device for a wheeled vehicle adapted to transport infants and/or children according to a third embodiment of the invention;

Figs. 1, 2a and 2b illustrate an anti-dirt device 50 adapted to be secured, through appropriate securing means 2 and 13, to a vehicle 60 for transporting infants and/or children, visible in Fig. 3, of which Figs. 1, 2a and 2b show a portion of a wheel carrier rod 1 and a portion of a handlebar 13a.

The anti-dirt device 50 for wheeled vehicles adapted to transport children and/or infants according to the invention comprises a wheel assembly consisting of a first wheel 5, adapted to support the vehicle in environments with substantially clean paving, and a second wheel 6, adapted to support the vehicle in environments with dirty paving.

By environment with dirty paving it is meant an environment wherein the paving is very dirty for the wheels 5,6 of the vehicle 60, e.g. like streets, sidewalks, gardens, parks and floors of public buildings, whereas by environment with substantially clean paving it is meant an environment wherein the paving has a very low degree of dirtiness, e.g. like a domestic environment or a private office.

When they are in the operative position, i.e. when they are adapetd to transport an infant or a child in an environment with substantially clean paving or in an environment with dirty paving, the wheels 5,6 are aligned vertically in such a way that one of said wheels 5,6 contacts the paving and the other one of said wheels 5,6 is lifted over the paving.

The wheels 5,6 are connected to each other through two rigid supports 9 and are supported by their respective wheel carrier rotating pins 14.

An arm 3 connects rigid supports 9 to a lower portion of a wheel carrier rod 1 of vehicle 60 through a clamp 2 of a known type.

On a mudguard/dirt collector element 7 having a substantially circular profile, made as one element and also supported by arm 3, two concave regions 7' and 7" are obtained which are located on opposite ends relative to the centre of the element 7 and arranged under the first wheel 5, or wheel for environments with substantially clean paving, and above the second wheel 6, or wheel for environments with dirty paving, respectively.

For the wheel being in the operative transport position, in particular wheel 6 in Fig. 1, element 7 advantageously acts as a mudguard to protect the pushchair as a whole, and specifically inoperative wheel 5, against any soiling which may take place when wheel 6 is turning; for the wheel being in the inoperative transport position, in particular wheel 5 in Fig. 1, element 7 advantageously acts as a dirt collector to collect any dirt which may fall by gravity from wheel 5.

In order to carry out this double function as a mudguard and as a dirt collector, concave regions 7' and 7" of element 7 advantageously have seats being larger than the diameter of wheels 5,6. Along the periphery of element 7, except on concave regions 7',7", there is also a plurality of preferably equidistant idle rollers 4, a portion of which protrudes from suitable slots 18 obtained on the periphery of mudguard/dirt collector element 7.

Means for controlling anti-dirt device 50, necessary for switching the positions of wheels 5 and 6, comprise a control member secured to the handlebar of vehicle 60 through a handlebar mount 13 and comprising a control reel 10 and a reel carrier pin 11 to which a control lever 12 is fastened. The control means of anti-dirt device 50 also comprise a transmission reel 8, arranged between rigid support 9 for wheels 5,6 and arm 3, and a preferably sheathed cable 15, wound between control reel 10 and transmission reel 8.

Cable 15, comprising an outward portion 15a and a return portion 15b, is suitably routed through two sheath housing holes 19 on a bracket 17 developing crosswise from clamp 2 so as to allow for the switching movement of wheels 5,6.

The following will describe the procedure for using te anti-dirt device 50 when, after having used vehicle 60 in an environment with dirty paving, one decides to use it in an environment with substantially clean paving.

By turning control lever 12, secured to the handlebar of wheeled vehicle 60 through mount 13, control reel 10 is rotated and pulls cable 15 which, being secured to transmission reel 8, causes the rotation of rigid support 9, which in turn rotates mudguard/dirt collector element 7 integral with wheels 5,6.

This operation allows to switch positions between wheel 5, adapted to be used in an environment with substantially clean paving, and wheel 6, adapted to be used in an environment with dirty paving. Advantageously, the position switching between wheels 5 and 6 is facilitated by the fact that mudguard/dirt collector element 7 and peripheral rollers 4 rest continuously on the paving.

Thanks to the particular structure of mudguard/dirt collector element 7, concave region 7" of the element 7, which before wheels 5,6 were switched worked as a mudguard for wheel 6, will now work, after wheels 5,6 have been switched, as a dirt collector for the same wheel 6.

Advantageously, therefore, after the positions of wheels 5,6 have been switched, any type of dirt being present on wheel 6 will be deposited by gravity on concave region 7" of element 7. Likewise, concave region 7' of element 7, which before wheels 5,6 were switched worked as a dirt collector for wheel 5, will now work, after the positions of wheels 5,6 have been switched, as a mudguard for the same wheel 5.

It is clear that, when one wants to use vehicle 60 in an environment with dirty paving again, it will be necessary to operate control lever 12 again in order to switch positions between wheels 5 and 6.

With reference to Figs. 3a and 3b, anti-dirt device 50 may be either produced as a mounting kit, which may advantageously be mounted to any type of vehicle for transporting infants and/or children, e.g. like a pushchair or a pram (Fig. 3a), or be incorporated in wheeled vehicle 60 during the assembly stage (Fig. 3b). In the latter case, cable 15 is advantageously routed within wheel carrier rods 1 of vehicle 60.

In order to carry out a simultaneous switching between wheels 5 and 6 of a plurality of anti-dirt devices 50 associated with wheeled vehicle 60 through a single actuation of control lever 12, cable 15 is provided with appropriate branches.

Referring to Figs. 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b and 5c, a second embodiment of the anti-dirt device for wheeled vehicles, in particular adapted to transport infants and/or children, will now be described.

In this second embodiment, anti-dirt device 50' is secured to wheeled vehicle 60 in the same way as anti-dirt device 50, i.e. through securing means 2,13. What changes with respect to the above-described embodiment is the arrangement of wheels 5 and 6 and of the means necessary to switch the operative transport position of wheels 5,6, which will now be illustrated in detail.

In this second embodiment of anti-dirt device 50' according to the invention, arm 3 is connected to an L-shaped structure turned clockwise through 90°, which supports a first support brace 43 for wheel 6 for environments with dirty paving and a second support brace 29 for wheel 5 for environments with substantially clean paving.

Each rotating wheel 5,6 is supported in the respective support brace 29,43 by a respective support pin 30. Support pin 30 also supports a respective mudguard/dirt collector element 41,22, being semicircular in shape, arranged between the respective support brace 29,43 and wheel 5,6.

Mudguard/dirt collector element 41,22 works either as a mudguard or as a dirt collector depending on the operative position of the respective wheel 5,6 it is integral with. In Fig. 4a, for example, element 41 works as a dirt collector for wheel 6, whereas element 22 works as a mudguard for wheel 5, the operative configuration of Fig. 4a being adapted to use anti-dirt device 50' in an environment with substantially clean paving.

Vice versa, in Fig. 4b element 41 works as a mudguard for wheel 6, whereas element 22 works as a dirt collector and as a wheel protector for wheel 5, the operative configuration of Fig. 4b being adapted to use anti-dirt device 50' in an environment with dirty paving.

As clearly shown in Fig. 5a, wheels 5 and 6 never lie in the same horizontal plane in neither operative transport position of vehicle 60, since at least one of two wheels 5,6 must always be in contact with the paving.

Support brace 29 is connected to horizontal portion 27 of the L-shaped support through a pressure spring 28 mounted to a wheel guide pin 26.

The motion of braces 29,43 and of the respective supported elements, i.e. wheels 5,6 and mudguard/dirt collector elements 41,22, is synchronized through a first rack 33 arranged externally to a wall 29a of brace 29 and a second rack 40 arranged externally to a wall 43a of brace 43Walls 29a and 43a are the walls of the respective braces 29,43 facing each other.

Between walls 29a,43a of braces 29,43 there are also reels 42,34 integral with the respective mudguard/dirt collector elements 41,22.

Supposing that the initial configuration of anti-dirt device 50' is the one shown in Fig. 4a, the procedure for switching to the configuration of Fig. 4b will be as follows.

By turning control lever 12, secured to the handlebar of vehicle 60 through mount 13, control reel 10 is rotated and pulls cable 15 secured to support brace 29, which overcomes the pressure of spring 28 and causes the switching of the operative transport position between wheel 5 for environments with substantially clean paving and wheel 6 for environments with dirty paving, as clearly visible by comparing Figs. 4a and 4b.

At the same time, thanks to the action of racks 33 and 40 and of the respective reels 42,34, mudguard/dirt collector element 22, which before the switching worked as a mudguard, becomes a dirt collector for wheel 5, whereas element 41, which before the switching worked as a dirt collector, becomes a mudguard for wheel 6, as shown in Fig. 4b.

Of course, wheeled vehicle 60 can be brought back to the initial configuration of Fig. 4a by operating control lever 12 again.

Referring to Figs. 6a, 6b, 7a and 7b, a third embodiment, in particular a variant of the first embodiment, of the anti-dirt device for wheeled vehicles adapted to transport infants and/or children will now be described.

In this third embodiment, anti-dirt device 50" is secured to wheeled vehicle 60 (Figs. 3a and 3b) in the same way as anti-dirt device 50, i.e. through the same securing means 2,13 shown in Fig. 1 and no longer visible in Figs. 6a, 6b, 7a and 7b. Said third embodiment is characterized by a particular arrangement of wheels 5 and 6, which will be illustrated in detail below.

In this third embodiment, anti-dirt device 50" according to the invention comprises a wheel assembly consisting of a first wheel 5, adapted to support the vehicle in environments with substantially clean paving, and a second wheel 6, adapted to support the vehicle in environments with dirty paving.

When they are in the operating position, i.e. when they are adapted to transport an infant or a child in an environment with substantially clean paving or in an environment with dirty paving, wheels 5,6 are simultaneously brought partially side by side in such a way that one of said wheels 5,6 contacts the paving and the other one of said wheels 5,6 is lifted over the paving.

Wheels 5,6 are connected to each other through rigid support 7, rotate and are supported by their respective wheel carrier pins 14.

Arm 3 connects rigid support 7 to a wheel carrier rod of the vehicle as in the first embodiment.

Mudguard/dirt collector rigid support element 7, made as one element and consisting of two properly coupled half-shells, is supported by arm 3, and two concave regions 7' and 7" are obtained thereon which are located on opposite ends relative to the centre of element 7, placed side by side and arranged under first wheel 5, or wheel for environments with substantially clean paving, and above second wheel 6, or wheel for environments with dirty paving, respectively.

For the wheel being in the operative transport position, in particular wheel 6 in Fig. 6a, element 7 advantageously acts as a mudguard to protect the pushchair as a whole, and in particular inoperative wheel 5, against any soiling which may take place when wheel 6 is turning; for the wheel being in the inoperative transport position, in particular wheel 5 in Fig. 6a, element 7 advantageously acts as a dirt collector to collect any dirt which may fall by gravity from wheel 5.

In order to carry out this double function as a mudguard and as a dirt collector, concave regions 7' and 7" of element 7 advantageously contain respective portions of wheels 5,6. Along a peripheral portion of element 7 there is also a plurality of preferably equidistant idle rollers 4, a portion of which protrudes from suitable slots 18 obtained on the peripheral portion of mudguard/dirt collector element 7.

Means for controlling anti-dirt device 50", necessary to switch positions between wheels 5 and 6, comprise control members as already described above for the first embodiment 50 and shown in Fig. 1, and therefore are no longer illustrated.

The following will describe the procedure for using anti-dirt device 50" when, after having used vehicle 60 (Figs. 3a, 3b) in an environment with dirty paving, one wants to use it in an environment with substantially clean paving.

By turning the control lever, not shown, cable 15 is pulled which, it being secured to transmission reel 8, causes the rotation of mudguard/dirt collector rigid support 7 to which wheels 5,6 are integral with.

This operation allows to switch positions between wheel 5, adapted to be used in an environment with substantially clean paving, and wheel 6, adapted to be used in an environment with dirty paving. Advantageously, the position switching between wheels 5 and 6 is facilitated by the fact that mudguard/dirt collector rigid element 7 and peripheral rollers 4 rest continuously on the paving.

Thanks to the particular structure of mudguard/dirt collector rigid element 8, concave region 7" of element 7, which before wheels 5,6 were switched worked as a mudguard for wheel 6, will now work, after wheels 5,6 have been switched, as a dirt collector for same wheel 6.

Advantageously, therefore, after the positions of wheels 5,6 have been switched, any type of dirt being present on wheel 6 will be deposited by gravity on concave region 7" of element 7. Likewise, concave region 7' of element 7, which before wheels 5,6 were switched worked as a dirt collector for wheel 5, will now work, after the positions of wheels 5,6 have been switched, as a mudguard for same wheel 5.

It is clear that, in order to use vehicle 60 in an environment with dirty paving again, it will be necessary to switch positions again between wheels 5 and 6.

In comparison with the first embodiment 50 of Fig. 1, this third embodiment of anti-dirt device 50" advantageously allows, the diameter of wheels 5 and 6 being equal, to reduce the diameter of anti-dirt device 50" against an increase of its thickness.

It is clear that the above description is provided by way of a non-limiting example, and that variations and changes are possible without departing from the scope of the invention.

For example, although the invention has been conceived for wheeled vehicles adapted to transport infants and/or children, in particular pushchairs and prams, it may also be implemented on other types of wheeled vehicles, e.g. wheeled apparatus for domestic-use which may be used both in environments with substantially clean paving and in environments with dirty paving, such as vacuum cleaners, deck chairs, children's bicycles, wheelchairs for disabled people, trolleys for transporting goods, and so on.

For instance, instead of being operated mechanically, the control means for switching the operative position of wheels 5,6 may be operated electrically, e.g. through a push-button. In this case, wheeled vehicle 60 will be provided with an electrical power supply system to supply the control means, e.g. a battery which may be recharged in operation by a dynamo, not shown, driven by at least one of said wheels 5,6.


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Anti-dirt device for a wheeled vehicle (60), in particular adapted to transport infants and/or children, said device (50,50',50") comprising: - securing means (2,13) to connect said anti-dirt device (50,50',50") to said vehicle (60); - a wheel assembly comprising a first wheel (5) and a second wheel (6); - control means comprising a control member (10,11,12) connected to said wheel assembly to control switching between a first operative transport position and a second operative transport position of said vehicle (60), wherein in said first operative transport position said first wheel (5) is adapted to support said vehicle in an environment with substantially clean paving and said second wheel (6) is in an inoperative transport position, and wherein in said second operative transport position said first wheel (5) is in an inoperative transport position and said second wheel (6) is adapted to support said vehicle in an environment with dirty paving. Anti-dirt device according to claim 1, characterized by comprising mudguard/dirt collector means (7; 41,22) adapted to collect the dirt coming off said first wheel (5) and second wheel (6), respectively, in the inoperative transport position and adapted to protect said second wheel (6) and first wheel (5), respectively, and said vehicle (60) against soiling in both said operative transport positions. Anti-dirt device according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that said securing means (2,13) comprise a handlebar mount (13) to secure said control member (10,11,12) to a portion of the handlebar of said vehicle (60). Anti-dirt device according to claim 3, characterized in that said securing means (2,13) also comprise a clamp (2) secured to a lower portion of a wheel carrier rod of said vehicle (60). Anti-dirt device according to claim 1, characterized in that said control member (10,11,12) comprises a control reel (10) and a reel carrier pin (11) to which a control lever (12) is fastened. Anti-dirt device according to any of claims 2 to 5, characterized in that said mudguard/dirt collector means (7) are integrated into one single element (7) having a substantially circular profile or consisting of two coupled half-shells, whereon two concave regions (7',7") are obtained which are located in areas corresponding to said first wheel (5) and said second wheel (6), respectively, said element (7) being integral with said wheels (5,6). Anti-dirt device according to claim 6, characterized in that said concave regions (7',7") of said one element (7) have respective seats being wider than the diameter of said first wheel (5) and second wheel (6). Anti-dirt device according to claim 7, characterized in that, on the periphery of said one element (7), except in said concave regions (7',7"), there is a plurality of preferably equidistant idle rollers (4), a portion of which protrudes from suitable slots (18) obtained on the periphery of said one element (7). Anti-dirt device according to claim 8, characterized in that a bracket (17) secured to said clamp (2) comprises two holes (19) for receiving outward (15a) and return (15b) portions of a cable (15) adapted to allow for the switching of said wheels (5,6). Anti-dirt device according to claim 9, characterized in that said control means also comprise an arm (3) secured to said clamp (2), a rigid support (9) to connect said two wheels (5,6) to each other, a transmission reel (8) interposed between said rigid support (9) and said arm (3), and said cable (15), preferably sheathed, wound between said control reel (10) and said transmission reel (8), so that said control lever (12) can be operated to perform the switching between said first operative transport position and said second operative transport position. Anti-dirt device according to any of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that said mudguard/dirt collector means consist of two substantially semicircular elements (41,22) arranged externally to said first wheel (5) and second wheel (6), respectively, so that in both said operative transport positions one (41,22) of said elements acts as a mudguard for the wheel (6,5) in the operative transport position and the other one (22,41) of said elements acts as a dirt collector for the wheel (5,6) in the inoperative transport position, each of said elements (22,41) being integral with the respective wheel (6,5). Anti-dirt device according to claim 11, characterized in that said control means also comprise: an arm (3) secured to said clamp (2), said arm (3) being connected to an L-shaped structure turned clockwise through 90° which supports a first support brace (43) for one of said wheels (6) and a second support brace (29) for the other one (5) of said wheels, each wheel (5,6) rotating and supported in the respective support brace (29,43) by a respective support pin (30) and said second support brace (29) being connected to a horizontal portion (27) of said L-shaped structure through a pressure spring (28) mounted to a wheel carrier pin (26); a cable (15) connected to said control reel (10) and to said second support brace (29), adapted to act on said pressure spring (28); a first rack (33) arranged externally to a wall (29a) of said second brace (29) and a second rack (40) arranged externally to a wall (43a) of said first brace (43), said walls (29a,43a) facing each other, a first reel (42) and a second reel (34) integral with the respective mudguard/dirt collector means (41,22) being also present between said walls (29a,43a). Anti-dirt device according to claim 10 or 12, characterized in that said cable (15) is routed within a wheel carrier rod (1) of said vehicle (60). Anti-dirt device according to claim 1, characterized in that said control means to control switching between said first operative transport position and said second operative transport position are supplied by an electrical power supply system and actuated preferably through a push-button. Anti-dirt device according to claim 14, characterized in that said electrical power supply system comprises a battery which may be recharged through a dynamo driven by at least one of said wheels (5,6). Wheeled vehicle (60), in particular adapted to transport infants and/or children, comprising at least one anti-dirt device (50,50',50") according to any of the previous claims.






IPC
A Täglicher Lebensbedarf
B Arbeitsverfahren; Transportieren
C Chemie; Hüttenwesen
D Textilien; Papier
E Bauwesen; Erdbohren; Bergbau
F Maschinenbau; Beleuchtung; Heizung; Waffen; Sprengen
G Physik
H Elektrotechnik

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