|1.||WO||WO/2013/067555 - CELLULOSIC FIBRES WITH HYDROPHOBIC PROPERTIES||16.05.2013||
|PCT/AT2012/000257||LENZING AG||SCHACHTNER, Bianca|
The invention refers to hydrophobic cellulosic fibres like Viscose, Lyocell or Modal fibres which have a holding capacity for non polar substances of equal or greater than 10 g substance / g fibre.. Fibres and webs comprising these fibres are biodegradeable and have a contact angle with water higher than 110°.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/067557 - DISPERSIBLE NON-WOVEN FABRICS||16.05.2013||
|PCT/AT2012/000259||LENZING AG||COLLINS, Geoffrey Williams|
The present invention relates to a dispersible nonwoven fabric comprising pulp and solvent spun cellulosic fibres, characterised in that the solvent spun cellulosic fibres are fibrillated. Furthermore the invention concerns the use of the fabric in dry wipes and wet wipes.
|3.||WO||WO/2013/067558 - SKI||16.05.2013||
||PCT/AT2012/000271||FISCHER SPORTS GMBH||RESCH, Franz Josef|
Ski (1) having a flexible sliding element (2), which is connected to a tensioning device (7), and therefore the sliding element (2) can be transferred between a first, piste position, in which it has a relatively high level of pretensioning, and a second, freeride position, in which it has a lower degree of pretensioning, wherein the tensioning device (7) has a tensioning element (8) which is designed for transmitting tensile forces and can be transferred, by means of a lever (16), between a tension-release state, corresponding to the piste position, and a tensioned state, which corresponds to the freeride position and in which the tensioning element (8) is fixed by way of corresponding connecting means (21, 22), wherein the sliding element (8) is designed as a lever (16) for tensioning the tensioning element (8), wherein the connecting means (21, 22) can be connected to one another by virtue of the sliding element (2) being flexed, in order for the tensioning element (8) to be fixed in the tensioned state.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/067562 - OPERATING DEVICE WITH EMERGENCY LIGHTING MODE||16.05.2013||
||PCT/AT2012/000286||TRIDONIC GmbH & Co. KG||NESENSOHN, Christian|
Operating device for luminous means, for example gas discharge lamps, LEDs or OLEDs, having a control circuit which is designed to operate at least one luminous means with a constantly regulated current in the normal mode, that is to say when the operating device is supplied with an AC mains voltage, wherein the control circuit is designed to change over the mode of the luminous means to a mode with a changed control loop in the emergency lighting mode.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/067551 - DRAWER||16.05.2013||
|PCT/AT2012/000235||JULIUS BLUM GMBH||HAUER, Christian|
The invention relates to a drawer (2) having a drawer wall (8, 9), said drawer wall having a lower drawer wall part (8) and at least one wall element (9) disposed at least partially above the drawer wall part (8), wherein the wall element (9) is mounted within a receiving profile (12) formed on or attached to the drawer wall part (8), wherein along a longitudinal extent of the receiving profile (12) the wall element (9) bears at least in some sections against and/or on at least one flexible material strip (18, 19), wherein the at least one material strip (18, 19) is made of a plastic material which is solidified on a surface of the receiving profile (12).
|6.||WO||WO/2013/067552 - CRANE, IN PARTICULAR LOADING CRANE FOR A VEHICLE||16.05.2013||
|PCT/AT2012/000238||PALFINGER AG||WIMMER, Eckhard|
The invention relates to a crane (1), in particular a loading crane for a vehicle, comprising - a crane pillar (3), which is rotatably mounted about a vertical axis (V), - at least one jib (4), which is connected to the crane pillar (3) and which is pivotally mounted about a horizontal axis (H), - at least one jib extension (5), which is movably mounted in the jib (4), and - at least one piston-cylinder unit (6) for extending and retracting the jib extension (5) relative to the jib (4), the first end of the at least one piston-cylinder unit (6) engaging the jib (4) via at least one first force-introducing region (7) and the second end engaging the at least one jib extension (5) via at least one second force-introducing region (8). The at least one piston-cylinder unit (6) has a central plane (M) that runs in a viewing direction parallel to the horizontal axis (H) about which the jib (4) is pivotally mounted, and the at least one piston-cylinder unit (6) has a compressive deformation (D) in a direction perpendicular to the central plane (M) in a pressure-loaded state while the jib is being extended and a tensile deformation (Z) in a direction opposite the compressive deformation (D) in a tension-loaded state while the jib is being retracted. The second end of the at least one piston-cylinder unit (6) engages the at least one jib extension (5) via at least two force-introducing regions (8), wherein one of said at least two force-introducing regions (8) is arranged offset to the central plane (M) in the direction opposite the compressive deformation (D) and the other of said at least two force-introducing regions (8) is arranged offset to the central plane in the direction opposite the tensile deformation (Z).
|7.||WO||WO/2013/067561 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PERFORMING CASHLESS PAYMENTS||16.05.2013||
|PCT/AT2012/000285||SECURE PAYMENT TECHNOLOGIES GMBH||SUITNER, Michael|
In a method for performing cashless payments using mobile telecommunication terminals and at least one electronic payment handling centre, wherein each telecommunication terminal has stored a subscriber identifier, and the payment handling centre has stored the subscriber identifiers of the participating telecommunication terminals and payment limits associated with each of the subscriber identifiers, the payment transaction is performed on the basis of a transaction code which is generated by the payment handling centre and which is transmitted to the mobile telecommunication terminal, from the latter to the finance system of the payment recipient and from the latter together with the payment sum to the payment handling centre, where the transaction code is checked and the payment sum is balanced with the respective payment limit.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/067553 - AXIAL CONNECTION||16.05.2013||
|PCT/AT2012/000253||SCHARMÜLLER, Josef||SCHARMÜLLER, Josef|
In an axial connection (1) with a pivoting region, comprising a shell element (2) and a core element (2) arranged at least in certain regions in the shell element (2), wherein a contact surface (4) of the core element (3) that is formed at least in certain regions as a ball surface is in operative contact with a contact surface (10) of the shell element (2) that is formed at least in certain regions in a manner equal and opposite to the contact surface (4) of the core element (3), it is proposed that the shell element (2) is formed at least in two parts from part elements (5, 6), and that a fastening device (7) for releaseably connecting the part elements (5, 6) to one another is provided.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/067556 - CELLULOSIC FIBRE WITH HYDROPHOBIC PROPERTIES AND HIGH SOFTNESS AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION THEREOF||16.05.2013||
|PCT/AT2012/000258||LENZING AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT||SCHACHTNER, Bianca|
The invention refers to hydrophobic cellulose fibres which are biodegradable, extra soft and water repellent. Nonwovens comprising the inventive cellulosic fibres show also higher softness. Said fibres add bulk, better drape ability and hydrophobicity to nonwoven fabrics which are biodegradeable if made only from Cellulosic fibres.
|10.||WO||WO/2013/067563 - OPERATING CIRCUIT FOR LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES||16.05.2013||
||PCT/AT2012/000288||TRIDONIC GmbH & Co. KG||KELLER, Ueli|
Operating circuit for at least one LED, in which a supply voltage for at least one LED is provided by a clocked switch (S1), wherein, when the switch (S1) is switched on, energy is buffered in a coil (L1) and is discharged via at least one LED when the switch (S1) is switched off, and a control/regulating unit (SR) drives the switch (S1) in such a manner that the LED current (iLED) is regulated to a predefined value, and low-frequency PWM packets of an adjustable width are respectively generated in order to adjust the brightness of the LED, characterized in that the switch-on time of the switch (S1) results from the averaged value of the current through the LED during a low-frequency PWM packet, and, at the beginning of a next low-frequency PWM packet, the switch-on time of the switch (S1) is increased by a supplement value in addition to the value of the switch-on time resulting from the control loop.