||WO||WO/2014/172794 - CALCIUM PHOSPHATE CEMENT COMPOSITION||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2013/000068||MATHYS AG BETTLACH||DÖBELIN, Nicola|
The calcium phosphate cement composition comprises the following two components: A) one or several calcium phosphate powders suspended in an aqueous solution comprising inhibitor cations inhibiting the reaction of the calcium phosphate powders with water, the inhibitor cations being selected from Mg2+, Sr2+ or Ba2+ at a concentration superior to 0.01 M; and B) an aqueous solution comprising Ca2+ cations at a concentration superior to 0.1 M. This calcium phosphate cement compositions can be safely stored for years and still retaining its full reactivity when mixed.
||WO||WO/2014/172795 - PLUG CONNECTOR||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000048||KISTLER HOLDING AG||THIEL, Rolf|
The invention relates to a plug connector, in particular a plug connector having a high level of electrical insulation. The plug connector was to be developed such that a mechanically stable and tight plug connection can be achieved, which additionally allows a quick and easy connection and disconnection even in harsh industrial environmental conditions. For that purpose the plug connector comprises a male plug part (1) and a female coupling part (2), wherein the male plug part (1) has a catch mechanism (3) on the circumferential surface and a locking groove (4) is provided on the female coupling part (2) to produce a bayonet-type plug connection. Here, an annular seal (5) is provided either on the circumference of the male plug part (1) ahead of the catch mechanism (3) or on the inner circumference of the female coupling part (2) shifted back with respect to the catch mechanism (3). When the plug connection is closed, the annular seal rests, exerting a sealing force, between the circumference of the male plug part (1) and the inner circumference of the female coupling part (2).
||WO||WO/2014/172796 - COMPILING AND PROVIDING A GLOBAL TEXTILE QUALITY BENCHMARK||30.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000050||USTER TECHNOLOGIES AG||NARAYANAN, Sivakumar|
Methods for compiling and providing a global textile quality benchmark related to a plurality of textile materials of same type located at different locations (21 -24) are disclosed. At least one piece of quality data is received for each of the plurality of textile materials via a global communications network (31-34). The received quality data are statistically processed so as to enable a cumulative frequency analysis. A result of the processing is stored as a global textile quality benchmark that can be transmitted via the global communications network (41 -43, 45). The resulting global textile quality benchmark is always up to date and increasingly comprehensive.
||WO||WO/2014/169396 - SUPPORTING STRUCTURE FOR ATTACHING A SOLAR MODULE TO THE ROOF OF A BUILDING OR A FAÇADE OF A BUILDING||23.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2013/000062||MONTAVENT AG||MEIER, Christian|
The invention relates to a supporting structure (4a, 4b), formed from several interconnected profile sections (5, 6, 7a, 7b, 8, 9; 5, 6, 8, 9, 18), for attaching a solar module (1) to the roof of a building (2). A first (6) and a second (7a, 7b; 18) of the profile sections are interconnected such that the profile longitudinal alignments thereof intersect at an angle, in particular of 90°, and said profile sections (6, 7a, 7b; 6, 18) are interconnected by means of a form fit in all four directions transverse3 to the profile longitudinal direction of the second profile section (7a, 7b; 18). In three of the four directions transverse to the profile longitudinal direction of the second profile section (7a, 7b; 18) this form fit is produced by profile surfaces of the first profile section (6) abutting profile surfaces of the second profile section (7a, 7b; 18) and the two end-surfaces (13) of the first profile section (6) abut profile surfaces of the second profile section (7a, 7b; 18). This design principle according to the invention makes it possible to form supporting structures for attaching solar modules to the roof of buildings, which structures require no, or only very few, further components in addition to the profile sections, can be produced cost-effectively and are quick, simple and safe to install.
||WO||WO/2014/169399 - PRODUCING A DISC FROM CERAMIC GLASS||23.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000047||SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS FRANCE||RATZEL, Paul Kirk|
The invention relates to a method for producing a ceramic glass disc, having the following steps: providing a green glass disc, mechanical abrading and/or polishing of the green glass disc subsequent to the abrading and/or polishing, and ceramising the green glass disc to form the ceramic glass disc. It has surprisingly been found that polishing time and polishing outlay can be significantly reduced if the glass is polished before the ceramising step.
||WO||WO/2014/169397 - TRANSPORT DEVICE||23.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2013/000063||LAMEC AG||LAUENER, Martin|
The invention relates to transport device, particularly for transporting cooling blocks (5) in a caterpillar-type mould casting machine, wherein the transport device comprises: a plurality of rolling elements (4) which circulate continuously on a circulating path U in the manner of a caterpillar tack and can be driven by a driving device (33); at least two parallel guide paths (20), each of which comprises one or more roller running surfaces (12a, 12b) and each of which extends over the entire orbit U; wherein each rolling element (4) comprises a rolling element body (34), which has a first end (35) and a second end (36) in the circulation direction; each rolling element (4) comprises at least one roller (10) in the area of the first end (35) and in the area of the second end (36); and the rollers (10) arranged in the area of the first end (35) of the rolling element bodies (34) roll over roller running surfaces (12a, 12b) different from those of the rollers (10) arranged arranged in the area of the second end (36) of the rolling element bodies (34).
||WO||WO/2014/169398 - FLOSSER||23.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000046||TRISA HOLDING AG||ZWIMPFER, Martin|
The invention relates to a flosser (1) that comprises a gripping element (2), a retainer (3) that is connected to said gripping element (2) and has a first and a second retainer arm (6a, 6b), and an interdental cleaning element (4) which is secured to the first and second retainer arms (6a, 6b) and extends between said two retainer arms.
||WO||WO/2014/166003 - METHOD FOR BUILDING PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES BY MEANS OF PROFILES CONSISTING OF A SHAPE-MEMORY ALLOY, AND STRUCTURE PRODUCED USING SAID METHOD||16.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000030||RE-FER AG||LEINENBACH, Christian|
The invention relates to a method according to which a profile consisting of a shape-memory alloy is placed into concrete, or a concrete to be reinforced is roughened on the outside, then profiles (2) consisting of a shape-memory alloy are fastened to the roughened outside (9) of the structure (6) and a cementitious matrix is applied to the roughened outside (9) to cover the profiles (2). After the cementitious matrix has set, said profiles (2) produce a contraction force and thus a tension as a result of the input of heat. The mortar covering layer (16) thereby acts as a reinforcement layer owing to the interlocking of the mortar covering layer (16) with the roughened outside (9) of the structure (6). The profiles (2) run in an outer mortar as a reinforcement layer (16) of the outside of a structure along the outside of the structure inside the mortar or reinforcement layer (16). A structure can also be prepared for a prestress in the equipped mortar or reinforcement layer by the input of heat, in that electrical cables (3) are routed from the end regions thereof to the outside of the mortar or reinforcement layer (16) or the end regions of the electrical cables (3) are accessible by removing inserts (5).
||WO||WO/2014/166004 - CONVEYOR SYSTEM WITH A REGULATING UNIT, AND CORRESPONDING METHOD||16.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000040||FERAG AG||MÄDER, Carl, Conrad|
The invention relates to a conveyor system having multiple conveyor sections (2a, 2b, 2c, 2d), each of which is driven by a separate drive (21a, 21b, 21c, 21d). A regulating unit for regulating a regulated drive (21; 21a, 21b, 21c, 21d) of one of the conveyor sections (2a, 2b, 2c, 2d) has the following: a measuring device (43a, 43b, 43c, 43d) for measuring a load on the conveyor system in a coupling region (4a, 4b, 4c, 4d) between the conveyor section (2a, 2b, 2c, 2d) and another conveyor section; and a regulating device (44a, 44b, 44c, 44d) for regulating the regulated drive (21a, 21b, 21c, 21d) in accordance with the measured load (46a, 46b, 46c, 46d).
||WO||WO/2014/166005 - METHOD FOR COOKING A COOKING PRODUCT, AND COOKING DEVICE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000044||V-ZUG AG||DOHNER, Nina|
The invention relates to a method for operating an oven using hot steam and to an oven for carrying out the method. The cooking product (2) can be introduced into the cooking chamber (1) without a steam-insulating cover, and the cooking chamber temperature (TGR) in the cooking chamber (1) can be controlled for example by introducing steam in a metered manner such that the cooking product temperature (TGG) follows a time-dependent cooking-product-temperature target value curve (TGGS). The cooking-product-temperature target value curve (TGGS) has at least one first section and a second section which follows the first section, and the cooking-product-temperature target value curve has a greater increase in the first section than in the second section. Using said method, the cooking product (2) can be cooked quickly and gently even without using a bag.