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 ABSTRACT

 This project deals with the fabrication of workshop floor cleaning and

drying machine. The aim of this project mop/dryer is to develop and

modernized process for cleaning the floor by switch on/off the

machine.
 Cleaning Machine is very much useful in hospitals,

houses, auditorium, shops, computer centres etc; it is

very simple in construction and easy to operate.

Anybody can operate this machine easily. It consists of

large number of brush and this brush is used to clean

the floor.
 NEED OF THE PROJECT

 To achieve high safety

 To reduce man power

 To increase the efficiency of the mop

 To reduce the man load

 To reduce the fatigue of worker

 To reduce time consumption

 Less Maintenance cost


Layout

25 mm square tube length 300 mm

Frame height 100 mm length 400 mm


 The principal reasons for floor cleaning are:

 To prevent injuries due to tripping or slipping. Injuries


due to slips and trips on level floors are a major cause
of accidental injury or death. Bad practice in floor
cleaning is itself a major cause of accidents.

 To beautify the floor.

 To remove stains dirt, litter and obstructions


 CHARATERISTICS OF CLEANING MACHINE

 Cleaning Machine
• It is the simplest and accurate machine used in
production shop.
• The floor is held stationary
• ie. Clamped in position and the mop rotates to
make clean.
Electric motor specification

 Power = 230 v
 0.5 HP
 1400 rpm
 Copper coil
Cleaning mop
 A mop (such as a floor mop) is a mass or bundle of

coarse strings or yarn, etc., or a piece of cloth, sponge,

or other absorbent material, attached to a pole or stick.

It is used to soak up liquid, for cleaning floors and

other surfaces, to mop up dust, or for other cleaning

purposes.
Electric motor
 An electric motor is an electrical machine that

converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. The

reverse of this would be the conversion of mechanical

energy into electrical energy and is done by an electric

generator.
 In normal motoring mode, most electric motors
operate through the interaction between an electric
motor's magnetic field and winding currents to
generate force within the motor.
 Motor control
 Fixed-speed controlled AC motors are provided with
direct-on-line or soft-start starters.

 Variable speed controlled AC motors are provided with


a range of different power inverter, variable-frequency
drive or electronic commutator technologies.

 The term electronic commutator is usually associated


with self-commutated brushless DC motor and
switched reluctance motor applications.
BLOCK DIAGRAM

POWER SUPPLY

230V AC SOURCE

AC ELECTRIC
MOTOR

SPINDLE

MOP HOLDER

CLEANER &
MAGNET
Components
 Electric motor
 Metal frame
 Rollers
 Mop
 Magnet
WORKING PRINCIPLE

• The main supply 230V A.C is given to the single phase induction motor. The

motor is running its normal speed. The motor pulley is already connected to

the main shaft pulley with the help of belt drive. The main shaft is rotating

according to the speed of the motor and pulley dimension.

• The mop are mounted on the main shaft. The brushes are rotated due

to the rotation of the main shaft. This brushes cleaning the dust in the foot or

shoes.
14.CALCULATION OF CLEANING TIME

1. Cleaning Speed (v):-

It’s the peripheral speed of the mop.The cleaning speed depends

upon the properties of the dust being moped, mop dust, mop diameter,

rate of speed, coolant used etc…

v = *D*N, where

D = dia of the mop in m

N = Speed of rotation in rpm


2. Feed Rate (f):-

It’s the movement of mop along the axis (rpm)

4. Dust Removal Rate:-

It’s the volume of dust removed by the mop per unit time

MRR = ( D2 / 4) * f * N mm3 / min

5. Cleaning Time (T) :-

It depends upon the length (l) of the clean to be moped , to the

Speed (N) and feed (f) of the mop

t = L / f N min
16.DESIGN CALCULATION

1. Calculate the speed of the mop bit to mop a clean of dia 20mm where

the cleaning speed is 25mts/min.

N rpm = (π * D *N)/1000

= (25 * 1000) / (π * 20)

= 397.8rpm
2. The dia of one end of a taper plug is 150mm and dia of the other end is

80mm and the length is 300mm. Calculate its taper.

Taper per mm = (D-d)/L

= (150-80)/ 300

= 0.233mm
ADVANTAGES
• Operate at any place

• No operation cost

• Simple in construction

• Less maintenance

• Less cost

• No emission

• No pollution

• High efficiency
APPLICATION

 Used at any places

 Industrial and home applications


 Thank u