|1.||WO||WO/2014/198244 - CYLINDER LOCK OF A MOTOR VEHICLE||18.12.2014||
||PCT/CZ2014/000067||ŠKODA AUTO a.s.||KŘIVAN, Petr|
Disclosed is a cylinder lock (1) consisting of a housing (2) and a locking part (3), a hollow space (4) being provided in the housing and the locking part and a lock cylinder (5) with keyway (6) and cover cap (9) being arranged in said hollow space, wherein a protective cap (7) having a protective opening (8) is arranged between the lock cylinder (5) and the cover cap (9), the cross-sectional profile of said protective opening being greater than the cross-sectional profile of the keyway (6) in the lock cylinder (5), which makes the cylinder lock (1) significantly more resistant to forcing.
|2.||WO||WO/2014/198243 - PROCESS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF EPOXY-MONOMERS AND EPOXIDES||18.12.2014||
|PCT/CZ2014/000064||SPOLEK PRO CHEMICKOU A HUTNI VYROBU, AKCIOVA SPOLECNOST||KUBICEK, Pavel|
A process for manufacturing epoxy monomers and/or epoxides in high yields and useful quality and chemical stability by dehydrochlorination of the corresponding chlorohydrins with an alkaline agent, producing the corresponding side product dry salt in a high purity, characterized in that the process comprises the following steps: a. Reaction of the chlorohydrins with the alkaline agent to form corresponding epoxides and the corresponding precipitated chloride salt; b. Dehydration, and optionally completing the reaction, of the reaction mixture of step (a), by use of an azeotropic agent, added to step (b) or generated in situ in step (a), resulting in the producing of a dehydrated reaction mixture; c. Separating the resulting chloride salt by filtration from the dehydrated reaction mixture (b) and d. Isolating the epoxide from the filtered liquid fraction.
|3.||WO||WO/2014/198242 - METHOD FOR SEPARATION OF SPORADIC CELLS FROM BODY FLUIDS, AND APPARATUS FOR CARRYING OUT SAID METHOD||18.12.2014||
|PCT/CZ2014/000052||METACELL, S.R.O.||BOBEK, Vladimir|
Method for gentle separation of viable sporadic cells from body fluids such as blood, from malignant effusions, bronchoalveolar lavage fluid, peritoneal lavage fluid and amniotic fluid, based on a filter membrane which is in an intimate contact with an absorbent material. Using the present method it is possible to isolate for example circulating and disseminated tumor cells, endometrial cells and circulating trophoblast cells, allowing subsequent detection, quantification, characterization and especially culturing of said cells. An apparatus for carrying out the method is further disclosed.˙
|4.||WO||WO/2014/194872 - TASTE MASKING OF WATER SOLUBLE DRUGS USING POLOXAMERS||11.12.2014||
|PCT/CZ2013/000071||ZENTIVA, K.S.||KITAK, Teja|
Use of poloxamers as taste masking agents of water-soluble drugs, wherein the water-soluble drug and poloxamer are in direct contact in granules.
|5.||WO||WO/2014/194873 - EXTERNAL CONTACT THERMAL INSULATION SYSTEM FOR WALLS||11.12.2014||
|PCT/CZ2014/000061||PCC MORAVA - CHEM S.R.O.||HODINKA, Jan|
External contact thermal insulation system for walls of buildings containing at least a thermally insulating layer and a visual facade layer. The insulator comes in the form of rigid polyurethane sheets (3), thickness from 10 to 180 mm, with a bulk density of 30-60 kg/ m3, which glued to the wall (1) by means of a diffusion-permeable adhesive cement (2) with an admixture of polyurethane fraction of up to 1.5 mm. From the outside, the layers are provided a diffusion- permeable levelling cement (4) with an admixture of polyurethane fractions of up to 1.0 mm, applied through a mesh (5) of glass fabric with a surface density of 140-320 g/m2. The layer of levelling cement is applied a bonding primer (6) and a layer of visible silicone or silicone-silicate or silicate plaster (7). Adhesive cement (2) and levelling cement (4) have a bulk density of 1100-1200 kg/m3. The visible layer of plaster (7) contains grain sizes of 1.0 to 3.0 mm. Adhesive cement (2) and levelling cement (4) contain polyurethane fraction of at least 3.5% of volume. Other anchoring elements include: disc dowels (8) and/or supplementary bonding.
|6.||WO||WO/2014/190955 - BASIC BODY OF MAGNETIC CLAMPING PLATE AND METHOD OF PRODUCTION THEREOF||04.12.2014||
|PCT/CZ2014/000057||BRÜCK AM SPOL. S R.O.||HORÁČEK, Václav|
The basic body of the magnetic clamping plate, particularly the basic body (1) of the radial magnetic clamping plate, which contains of at least one annulus (2) that is seamless, rolled, and forged. The method of production of the basic body of the magnetic clamping plate, particularly method of production of the basic body of the radial magnetic clamping plate, where semi-finished product of at least one annulus (2) is created first by rolling and/or forging with subsequent machining, whereas in case the basic body (1) of the magnetic clamping plate contains of at least two annuluses (2), the semi-finished product is machined so that technological shape and size of the annulus (2) are created, whereas both annuluses (2) are arranged so that they are mutually connected.
|7.||WO||WO/2014/190954 - STRUCTURAL ARRANGEMENT OF TILTABLE TRAILER HITCH AND WAY OF PUTTING INTO STANDBY POSITION||04.12.2014||
|PCT/CZ2013/000093||VAPOS SPOL. S.R.O.||BERNARD, Josef|
Towing arm (4) is in the standby position tilted in front of beam (19) and is fixed to the roll pin with a socket (6). Location of the socket (6) and the towing (4) arm is secured by a locking pin (3) that fits into the hole in the socket (6). Socket (6) is slidably mounted in the socket line (8). The socket line is placed in the slide bearing (9). The position of the socket line is secured by a locking pin (2) that fits into the pin on the socket line (8). The towing arm (4) gets to the standby position by help of compound movement when reaching the tilting of the towing arm (4) the highest point on the surface of the ball of the towing arm (4) is on the vertical axis, i.e. its distance is equal to or smaller than the distance of the lowest point of the bumper or spoiler.
|8.||WO||WO/2014/187437 - SWITCH WITH STRAIGHT LINE AND TURNING LINE||27.11.2014||
|PCT/CZ2014/000059||DT - VÝHYBKÁRNA A STROJÍRNA, A.S.||DOSTÁL, Petr|
Switch with straight line and turning line with one rail of each track consisting of a latch movable in relation to the stock rail, wherein depth of recession (11) in the stock rail (1) increases up to the place of beginning of maximal stress of the tip (3) of the latch (4) and consequently, the depth of recession (11) in the section of maximal stress of the tip (3) of the latch (4) is constant and as from the end of the section maximal stress the depth of recession (11) fluently decreases up to zero value.
|9.||WO||WO/2014/187434 - PREFABRICATED FLOOR AND METHOD OF ITS PRODUCTION||27.11.2014||
|PCT/CZ2014/000053||VOJTASÍK, Radovan||VOJTASÍK, Radovan|
Floor elements (1, 2, 3) contain connecting cavities (4) running past their face surface from one lateral side to the other. The elements (1, 2, 3) are interconnected with the fastener (5) for fixed coupling with a mandrel, one part of which is fixed in the connecting cavity (4) of the first element (1) and the other part in the body of the adjacent second element (2). The connecting cavities (4) have preferably different diameters, larger diameter for head (6) and smaller diameter for mandrel. Optionally a groove (7) for placing of heads (6) is contained. The connecting cavities (4) are hollowed in the elements (1, 2, 3) in a row with regular distances. Floating floor is produced by means of placing elements (1, 2, 3) to each other and embedding mandrels through the connecting cavities (4). Fixation through the connecting cavities (4) is preferably combined with fixation with locks.
|10.||WO||WO/2014/187438 - PLASMA ARC TORCH NOZZLE WITH CURVED DISTAL END REGION||27.11.2014||
|PCT/CZ2014/000060||THERMACUT S.R.O.||CROWE, Goerge, a.|
A nozzle for a plasma are torch is provided with a distal region sidewall formed by rotation of a variably curved element about a nozzle axis. The distal region sidewall has an inclination to the nozzle axis that increases at an increasing rate as it approached nozzle terminal plane that terminates an orifice of the nozzle. The distal region sidewall is substantially tangent to the nozzle terminal plane where it intersect the same. The desired curvature of the distal region sidewall appears to draw a portion of the shield gas along the nozzle to provide improved cooling and greater stability to the plasma arc, which can improve the quality of cuts made by the arc and can increase nozzle life.