||WO||WO/2014/114961 - INTEGRATED SYSTEM OF CLOSED LOOP - INDIRECT CONTACT STRUCTURED HEAT EXCHANGER||31.07.2014||
||PCT/GR2014/000005||ZAGORAS, Ioannis-Petros||ZAGORAS, Ioannis-Petros|
The Integrated System of Closed Loop - Indirect Contact Structured Heat Exchanger comprises of: the Heat Exchanger Head (1), the Circulator Pump (17) with Coaxial Flow-Counterflow (15, 16) Channels (14, 13) configuration respectively, the External Main Pipe (3), the Divider (12) or Channel Splitter and the Internal Parallel Pipes (11, 7). Within the needs of the intended flow performance, operation of the Integrated System of Closed Loop - Indirect Contact Structured Heat Exchanger is achieved through the Heat Exchanger Head (1), the External Main Pipe (3), the Internal Parallel Pipes (7, 11) and the Circulator Pump (17) with Coaxial Flow-Counterflow (15, 16) Channels (14, 13) configuration, circulating the thermally conductive medium/fluid (18) through the fixed Inner Head (1) Tubular Passages (19, 20, 21) where Flow-Counterflow (15, 16) is completed in channels (14, 13) respectively of the Circulator Pump (17) with Coaxial Configuration. It is emphasized the ability of cabling development through the Tubular Channels (5, 6) and parallel pipe (7) within the External Main Pipe (3) and the splitting thereof through the Divider (12) at any point of the application. Both Flow and Counterflow shall be at least coaxially carried out by one edge of the application and through any of the Channels (13, 14) as the case may be. The invention provides a solution to twin liquid cooling circulation carriers and can be used to a variety of applications such as cooling: high power LED arrays, Data Centres, Industrial and Commercial heat loads and especially where strictly limited holes openings is required. At the same time, by exploiting both the physical advantages of the invention as well as the inherent material properties energy may be saved during heat removal process.
||WO||WO/2014/114960 - FRUITS & VEGETABLES REFRIGERATOR JUICER||31.07.2014||
||PCT/GR2013/000067||GIANNOPOULOS, Nikolaos||GIANNOPOULOS, Nikolaos|
The fruits & vegetables refrigerator juicer, for the domestic maintenance of the raw material and the preparation of natural fruits and vegetables juices, consists of a refrigerated display (1) which collects the base raw materials and juice extractors (2) in its reception where the fruits & vegetables are placed and through a specialized tube (3) manufactured by material approved for food use, the juice obtained is lead directly into the glass which is placed on the servicing grill rack (5) and then to the electric valve (8) and the hand gun (7) clears/cleans all parts that come in contact with the juice. The refrigerator's basic characteristic is that the production of natural juices is automated and the production of large numbers of fruit juices is also possible. The fruits & vegetables refrigerator juicer can be used in large food points and other productions/businesses that produce natural juices.
||WO||WO/2014/111736 - TOOL FOR PROVIDING AN AK TYPE TAPERED EDGE IN PLASTERBOARD||24.07.2014||
||PCT/GR2014/000002||TOULOUMTSOGLOU, Panteleimon||TOULOUMTSOGLOU, Panteleimon|
Tool for providing an AK type tapered edge at straight plasterboard edges, the tool having a metal "Π''-shaped skeleton (1) the vertical components of which serve as guides. A metal blade (3) which is adjustably and obliquely mounted in the skeleton by means of a detachable metal component (2) and three metal screws (4). The tool embraces the edge of the plasterboard so that it is positioned between the guides and reaches the horizontal part of the skeleton (1) whereby the edges are cut by one move of the metal blade (3) along the length, width and thickness of the plasterboard, removing the coating paper and part of the plaster. In this way the cut edges of the plasterboard are shaped into AK type tapered ones.
||WO||WO/2014/102554 - ELECTRODE BOILER FEATURING VARIABLE AND CONTROLLED OUTPUT||03.07.2014||
||PCT/GR2013/000070||PSOMIADIS, Charalampos||PSOMIADIS, Charalampos|
The electrode boiler featuring variable and controlled output is used for heating closed areas by producing hot water and comprises an electronic processing unit (1), area (2) and water (6) sensors; priority controller (3); power unit (4); the plastic core (5); curved plates (7); metal rod (8); metal neutral spacer (9) and a screw sealing-connecting the electrodes(IO). The electrode boiler featuring variable and controlled output uses the heat rapidly generated when alternating current flows through streams of liquid. This is achieved by using metal plates and a compact cylindrical rod arranged inside a plastic core. According to the information received from the area (2) and water (6) sensors, the electronic processing unit (1) allots the electric load via the power unit (4) in order to achieve the desirable temperature. The self-regulation of the operational power load required when used simultaneously with other energy-consuming appliances, is ensured by using the priority controller (3).
||WO||WO/2014/102555 - AUTONOMOUS ELECTRICALLY STIMULATED RADIATOR||03.07.2014||
||PCT/GR2013/000071||PSOMIADIS, Charalampos||PSOMIADIS, Charalampos|
The autonomous electrically stimulated radiator used for heating purposes inside buildings comprises the electronic processing unit (1) area (2) and water (7) sensors; priority controller (3); power unit (4); radiator (5); plastic core (6); curved metal plates (8); metal rod (9); metal neutral spacer (10); and the electrode sealing and connecting screw (11). The electrically stimulated radiator takes advantage of the heat that is rapidly generated when alternating current flows through streams of liquid. This is achieved by using metal plates and a compact cylindrical rod arranged inside a plastic core. Self-regulation of the electric load for simultaneous operation with other power-consuming electric appliances and the avoidance of concurrency of power consumption by several electrically stimulated radiators, are ensured by using the priority controller (3), the electronic processing unit (1) and the power unit (4).
||WO||WO/2014/102553 - AUTOMATED AEROPONIC PLANT GROWING SYSTEM||03.07.2014||
||PCT/GR2013/000069||SALAHAS, Georgios||SALAHAS, Georgios|
A fully automated aeroponic plant growing system, is monitored and controlled by only a central digital automatic operation unit for all the individual parts and on line monitoring capability. It has the ability to simultaneously support multiple aeroponic crops or growing treatments with different nutritional requirements, or only one aeroponic crop. Simultaneously prepares, sterilizes and controls all individual and different nutrient solutions needed to feed plants, which are sprayed onto the roots throw the recirculation support system. It has the ability to control and adjust at any given value the root zone atmosphere temperature into growing chambers or vessels, by monitoring and controlling the temperature of nutrient solution sprayed to the roots, offering ideal root growth conditions to grow plants. This is made entirely of suitable insulating material, Capable to support parallel or not, all known hydroponic and Aeroponic cultivation systems and suitable for any open or closed environment.
||WO||WO/2014/096876 - PRODUCTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE BY BLENDING FERMENTED GRAPE AND POMEGRANATE JUICE||26.06.2014||
||PCT/GR2013/000064||KARAKATSI, Angeliki||KARAKATSI, Angeliki|
The aforementioned invention describes the method of production of a new alcoholic beverage derived by blending grape and pomegranate juice. By initially using two separate fermentations of the two fruits (pomegranate and grape), two different products of alcoholic fermentation are obtained which are then blended under specific conditions and ratios to create an absolutely new product with a unique flavour that contains all the beneficial properties of pomegranate and grape in one blend.
||WO||WO/2014/096875 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MEASURING THE VOLUME OF SPACE AND OBJECTS||26.06.2014||
||PCT/GR2013/000063||KALLITSIS, Anastasios||KALLITSIS, Anastasios|
The invention refers to a method for measuring the volume of a space, objects or materials (in solid, liquid or gaseous state) by application of the gas laws, characterized by repeatedly changing appropriately the pressure or the volume of the gases in a space to be measured (which is sealed) by inserting or removing a known quantity of a gas or of a liquid and measuring the pressure and the temperature in order to calculate the volume thereof by the use of the constitutive equation of gases. The invention also refers to an apparatus which is appropriate for the application of the method.
||WO||WO/2014/091258 - COLLAPSIBLE SHELTER CAR||19.06.2014||
||PCT/GR2013/000059||ILIADIS, Odysseas||ILIADIS, Odysseas|
The collapsible shelter car is a structure which is able to retract into the soil within a cased the ground metal frame - box (1). When you need to fill the vehicle with the hood activated by remote control engine (2), which is in the center of the open side of the box - the box (1) through gearbox and drive shaft (4), moves them situated on each side drivers and eight arms (6), opens the three caps (16) of the metal - box (1) and then developed nine Π-shaped metal frames (7), within which are the arms (6). The nine metal frames (7) formed on the surface when fully developed two semicircles 180 degrees and surrounded by fabric awning. When you need to move the vehicle and collapsed the canopy is activated by remote control engine (2) inside metal frame - box (1), which through reducer (3) and shaft (4), moves them situated on each side lifting guides (5) and eight arms (6) to the reverse direction, retracts the nine Π-shaped metal frames (7), within which are the arms (6) and closes the 3 caps (16) of the metal - box.
||WO||WO/2014/091259 - VESSEL WITH A FLOW DEFLECTING HYDRODYNAMIC BOW FIN ARRANGEMENT||19.06.2014||
||PCT/GR2013/000061||PETROMANOLAKIS E., Emmanuel||PETROMANOLAKIS E., Emmanuel|
A vessel with a hydrodynamic duct of flow management at the bow thereof, said duct comprising a pair of lateral walls (2, 3) with an airfoil section on either side of the bow connected with a horizontally oriented or inclined wall portion (1) with an airfoil section, the duct being displaceable in the vertical direction between positions (a) and (b) and contributing in the reduction of wave making and frictional resistances through differentiation of the flow within from the flow outside the duct in cooperation with a bow having longitudinally extending rectilinear or convex side walls (102, 103). The lateral walls (2, 3) have their trailing edge at a constant distance from the side walls (102, 103) of the bow, whilst they might for aesthetic reasons comprise movable airfoil section coverings (2', 3') or internal sheet laminates (20', 30') which protrude outwardly during navigation of the vessel and retract inwardly when the vessel is stationery in a port destination.