||WO||WO/2014/137223 - IMPROVEMENTS IN ORAL HEALTH CARE||12.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000032||PAUSINA, Ryan Earl||PAUSINA, Ryan Earl|
A toothbrush is disclosed including a chewing portion (7) fabricated from a material that includes a silicon rubber. The chewing portion has a Shore A hardness of 23 to 33 and a tear strength of 28 to 40 N/mm. In one embodiment the chewing portion (7) is located on the handle (6) of the toothbrush. A method of using such a toothbrush is also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/137224 - PATIENT INTERFACES WITH CONDENSATION REDUCING OR COMPENSATING ARRANGEMENTS||12.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000024||FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITED||PARTINGTON, Andrew John|
Mask assemblies, breathing circuits and related components include configurations for reducing condensation within the mask and/or inhibiting or preventing condensation from coming into contact with a user of the mask. The mask assemblies can incorporate heating elements (such as heating coils), insulating spaces or barrier layers.
||WO||WO/2014/137227 - SECURING DEVICE||12.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000027||GALLAGHER GROUP LIMITED||MALINS, Craig David|
A wire clamp is provided, having a body through which an aperture extends. An opening extending along a side of the body intersects with the aperture along its length. The wire clamp also includes a securing device configured to extend into the aperture.
||WO||WO/2014/137229 - NEURAL REGENERATION PEPTIDES AND USES THEREFOR||12.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000029||CURONZ HOLDINGS COMPANY LIMITED||SIEG, Frank|
This invention relates to neural regeneration peptides (NRPs), including NRP-2945, NRP-2983 and NNZ-4921, as well as the receptors that have been newly identified as interacting with these NRPs, such as CXCR4 in collaboration with CCR3. The invention further relates to methods of using these NRPs and its respective chemokine receptors, as well as compositions comprising such components.
||WO||WO/2014/137228 - REACTION VESSEL HOLDER AND MOLECULE DETECTION DEVICE||12.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000028||OTAGO INNOVATION LIMITED||RAWLE, Christopher Bruce|
A reaction vessel holder (120) receives a reaction vessel (110). The reaction vessel (110) has a portion that is substantially optically transparent to light of a first range of wavelengths. The reaction vessel holder (120) comprises a body having a high thermal conductivity that is thermally coupled to and supports the reaction vessel (120). The body is further thermally coupled to a thermal device (130) for heating or cooling the reaction vessel holder (120) and thereby the reaction vessel (110). The body comprises a transparent portion that is substantially optically transparent to the light of the first range of wavelengths. The optically transparent portion of the reaction vessel (110) faces the transparent portion of the body such that light of the first range of wavelengths to and/or from the sample in the reaction vessel (120) can pass through the transparent portion.
||WO||WO/2014/137226 - DRY COLOUR SYSTEMS AND METHODS||12.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000026||D'ARCY POLYCHROME LIMITED||LACY, Rachel D'Arcy|
A dry pigment paint system includes dry pigment doses that may be used alone or combined with other dry pigment doses to provide a desired colour when dispersed in a paint base. The system may use a plurality of dry pigment formulations, with each dry pigment formulation consisting of one or more dry pigments, generally a plurality of dry pigments. Each dry pigment dose may include a single dry pigment formulation. Each does may be a tablet, capsule or sachet. Various dose forms and dispensing systems are disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/137230 - BITUMEN TRANSPORT AND/OR STORAGE CONTAINER||12.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000030||TECHNIX INDUSTRIES LIMITED||MATTHEWS, John Brodie|
A viscous material storage and/or transportation container includes a base, a top wall and a number of side walls defining an interior volume; one or more ports for introduction of viscous material into the interior volume and extraction of viscous material from the interior volume; and one or more heater tubes arranged in the interior volume. Level sensors may be configured to sense a level of viscous material within the interior volume. An insulating lining may be used. The heater tubes may be rectangular in cross section.
||WO||WO/2014/137225 - HONEYCOMB CUTTING APPARATUS AND HONEY COLLECTION SYSTEM||12.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000025||ENGEL, Grant, Errol||ENGEL, Grant, Errol|
An apparatus for cutting honeycomb from a honey frame comprising a frame with an opening for inserting a honey frame and at least one blade supported by the frame. The at least one blade is adapted to pivot between a first position where a honey frame can be inserted into the opening and a second position where the blade will cut the honeycomb.
||WO||WO/2014/137231 - TOTAROL EXTRACT FORMULATIONS AND USES THEREOF||12.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000031||T2G BIOTECHNOLOGY LIMITED||MENDE, Douglas Anthony|
The invention provides an aqueous totarol extract formulation. More specifically, provided herein is an aqueous based totarol extract formulation that has utility in treating human and/or animal infections such as mastitis and metritis; wounds and which formulations can be used in sprays, shampoos, sanitizers and the like.
||WO||WO/2014/133399 - A ROTATOR FOR CONNECTING A TIMBER-WORKING IMPLEMENT TO A FORESTRY WORK MACHINE||04.09.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000025||WARATAH NZ LIMITED||POOLEY, Keith|
The invention relates to a forestry work machine, a timber-working implement, and a rotator for connecting the timber working implement to a boom of the forestry work machine. The rotator includes a body having a first part and a second part configured to be connected to an end of the boom and the implement respectively, wherein the first part includes a housing. The rotator further includes a pivotal connection and a rotary electrical interface between the first part and the second part. A junction enclosure is located within the housing, configured to receive an electrical cable extending from the boom. An electrical connector is positioned within the junction enclosure, wherein the connector is electrically connected to the rotary electrical interface and is configured to be releasably connected to the electrical cable, and wherein the junction enclosure is configured to contain at least one loop of the cable.