||WO||WO/2014/033487 - BLINDS SYSTEM FOR INSTALLATION BETWEEN TWO INSULATED WINDOW PANES||06.03.2014||
||PCT/HR2012/000018||MAKSAN, Zoran||MAKSAN, Zoran|
Present invention refers to the blinds that are found in a closed space between two window panes (2; 3), and which are regulated by magnets from the outside, particularly to the guiding means between two window panes (2;3). Magnets are placed between window panes in the inner battens (4.1;7) while controlling battens (5; 6) are arranged from the outer side of the inner window pane (3) and serve for lifting or lowering of the blinds. At the end of the battens (5, 6, 7 and 4.1) are arranged end parts (4.2) and (5.6) containing magnets (8a, 8b, 18a and 18b). Each inner top/bottom contact magnets (8a; 18a) are fitted to be in the opposite magnet pole in relation to the poles of the external top/bottom contact magnets (8b; 18b) on the external top and bottom regulating batten (5; 6). Magnets hosed in the end parts (5.6) of the external battens (5; 6) attract magnets housed in the end parts (4.2) of the inside battens (7; 4.1). After installing the inner part of the blinds, the space between the window panes is permanently sealed from the environment. One of the characteristics of the invention is frame of the insulated window glass that consists of two pair of aluminum profiles where on the upper and lower end of the insulated window glass are arranged mutually opposed profiles (1.1) and laterally are arranged mutually opposed rails (1.2). Lateral rails (1.2) are designed in a manner that contain axle pin 4.4 that gets into keyway (4.5) positioned on contact surface of the end parts (4.2) whereby rails (1.2) have function of guides and spacers at the same time. By present technical solution, any contact of external/internal batten assembly and blinds (12) with the window glass is prevented thus preserving in good condition of applied Low-E coating on the any side of the window pane.
||WO||WO/2014/033488 - TELESCOPIC CHAIR FOR SPINE EXERCISING AND DISBURDENING||06.03.2014||
||PCT/HR2013/000025||TRANFIC, Vinko||TRANFIC, Vinko|
The problem that is solved by this invention relates to construction of a telescopic chair for spine exercising and disburdening, enabling the user, while seated, to exercise the spine. The telescopic chair comprises sitting element (A), telescopic guides (B) and telescopic frame (C). The telescopic guides (B) are inserted in the sitting element (A), whereas the telescopic frame (C) is inserted in the telescopic guides (B). The telescopic frame (C) is extended from the telescopic guides (B) to the wanted height and fixed with stopping pins inserted in the radial holes (6) and (9). The telescopic chair also has exercising attachment with hanging strips that disburdens and fixes the spine, including positions when the body is bent, and the exercising attachment with elastic strip. The telescopic extending and retracting technique enables fixing the telescopic frame (C) in the position most beneficial to the user in performing exercises while seated on the sitting element (A). In this way the telescopic chair for spine exercising and disburdening helps in preventing, treating and eliminating various health problems of the spine.
||WO||WO/2014/023985 - GRP INTEGRATED SOLAR CELLS||13.02.2014||
||PCT/HR2013/000024||ICAT D.O.O||URODA, Tomislav|
Integration of solar cells into the GRP surface is achieved within the GRP process of shipbuilding in such a way that on the external surfaces of vessels solar cells are integrated in one of the layers of the GRP laminate (Figures 4 and 5). The term glass reinforced plastic or GRP implies the technology that uses fiber texture as reinforcement material and resin as a bonding material, resulting in the GRP product. Technical process of integrating solar cells has to be performed in accordance with the technical procedures, implying usage of certain materials and the following appropriate procedures for GRP technology. Solar cells are placed in one of the first layers of GRP laminate (4.3, 5.2). The primary purpose of this invention is to place solar cells in one of the layers when building new vessels, but this invention applies also to the already built vessels, by coating them in GRP with solar cells in one of the layers.
||WO||WO/2014/016625 - TELEMETRIC HYDRANT FOR MEASURING, COLLECTING AND WIRELESS TRANSFER OF MEASURED VALUES TO THE DATABASE ON THE REMOTE COMPUTER||30.01.2014||
||PCT/HR2013/000021||IGNAC, Igor||IGNAC, Igor|
The telemetric hydrant is a unique unit that is composed of the following elements: working housing (13) of the water supply hydrant, measuring device - sensor (1), logical control device - PLC (2), communication device (3), power storage - battery (7) and photovoltaic cells (5) as a source of electric power and battery chargning and discharging controller (6). All devices except the sensor (1) are mounted into a common housing (11), (12), (13) or (14). Apart from its function to take water, telemetric hydrant is also an energy-independant device for detection of measured quantities, such as pressure, temperature, flow, water quality, detection of opening, etc., to the center for controlling and monitoring the water supply system (dispatch center). The power supply of the telemetric hydrant device is realized by batteries (7) which are charged by photovoltaic cells (5). This technical solution can be applied to overground and underground hydrants, provided that in the overground hydrants the photovoltaic cells (5) are mounted on or in the housing while in underground hydrants the photovoltaic cells (5) are placed in the road lids (10) of various shapes whose purpose is closing the hydrants, valve chambers, deep reservoirs of cathodic protection, piezometers, drains and shafts, etc. By applying this solution measuring points can be placed on the pipelines in a simple and inexpensive way, as well as collecting numerous data on the state of the water supply network which are necessary for proper and efficient management of the water supply system.
||WO||WO/2014/006431 - COMPOSITE STAINLESS STEEL AND WOOD BARREL||09.01.2014||
||PCT/HR2013/000019||VISENTIN, Bruno||VISENTIN, Bruno|
The invention relates to a composite stainless steel and wood barrel comprising a metal body (1), to which a gasket (2) made of appropriate liquid-resistant material is attached. The wooden slats (6) are inserted into a metal frame (4) and tightened in a vertical sense with screws (3). The metal frame (4) filled with slats, is attached to the metal body (1) with screws (5). An arbitrary number of various connecting elements (7, 8, 10) for attaching the fermentor, the inert gas system, the pump and for wine- sampling are added to the metal body (1). The structure provides for the barrel to be mounted on metal legs (9) which, apart from providing stable positioning of the barrel, enables the barrels to be arranged in a row 10 cm apart from each other and is also used for raising the body of the barrel (1) 40 cm from the ground, thus facilitating decantation.
||WO||WO/2013/190339 - DEVICE AND METHOD FOR ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT VIEWING||27.12.2013||
||PCT/HR2013/000007||NAZAREVlĆ, Damir||NAZAREVlĆ, Damir|
The invention "Device and method for electronic document viewing" relates to the devices and methods for viewing of electronic documents. The invention enables the user to dynamically determine which parts of the electronic document he/she is viewing or processing constitute active content. Only active content is shown on the screen. In addition, functions such as printing, selection, search and navigation within the document operate only on the active part of the electronic document and not on the whole electronic document. The invention can be installed into devices and programs for electronic document viewing, as well as into devices and programs for electronic document processing. The invention can be also realized with existing electronic documents such as: Microsoft Word documents, Adobe PDF documents, Kindle books, etc. in a standard format or in a modified format. When it is not possible or economical to modify the existing format of electronic document inscription, it is possible to realize this invention with the standard format, but with a slightly lower functionality and flexibility.
||WO||WO/2013/186577 - MEN'S BRIEFS WITH SEPARATE SPACE FOR PENIS COMPRISING REMOVABLE INCONTINENCE ABSORBENT RECEPTACLE||19.12.2013||
||PCT/HR2012/000014||DELIJA, Frane||DELIJA, Frane|
Men's briefs with separated space for penis comprising removable incontinence absorbent receptacle, made as short or long leg briefs, with flexible belt, panel (A), front outer insert (B) and front inner insert (Β'), wherein separated space for penis is formed by front outer insert (B) and front inner insert (B'); the inserts (B) and (Β') being connectable to the panel (A) and optional part (3) in a manner to form men's briefs, wherein front inner insert (Β') has shape and dimensions same as front outer insert (B). Front inner insert (Β') is formed from two overlapping sewed parts (C) and (D) having curved hem (17) and respectively hem (18), where curved hems (17) and (18) form circular like adjustable orifice (19) for inserting penis into separated space. Orifice (19) encircle penis in a way that prevents its falling out from separated space. Men's briefs are further provided with removable incontinence receptacle (G) having orifice (22), where incontinence receptacle (G) is placed within front outer insert (B) and front inner insert (Β') thru the embrasure formed by hems (11, 5), whereat incontinence receptacle (G) having shape same as inserts (B, B') and dimensions to fit within inserts (B, B') in a manner that orifice (22) is faced to orifice (19) in order that incontinence receptacle (G) receives penis.
||WO||WO/2013/186578 - DECORATIVE TRANSPARENT INSERT AND THE MODE OF PROCEEDING||19.12.2013||
||PCT/HR2013/000017||ŠPOLJAR, Josip||ŠPOLJAR, Josip|
Transparent decorative insert according to this innovation includes straight or curved glass (plastic) surface (1,4,23), or other transparent material of any shape, on which surface the thin layer of sand grains (11), or thin layer of glass pearls (10), will be applied and which could be in all possible colors and sizes such as 1-2 mm, in the way that they are filled in through the upper fill in gate (12), diameter 1-2 mm, or by hopper (7), or through supply pipes (6), and by glue container (5). The transparent decorative insert made manually is certainly the unique exemplar. On the other hand, in order to achieve identical patterns on more units, the printer should be used (13) as the applier of sand grains (11), or transparent glass pearls (10), on transparent glass (plastic) materials, creating the drawings and shapes according to all possible wishes. First, depending on the art of decorative insert, the transparent materials are bonded together by silicon glue (2), or by distance bar (21). Second, the sand (11), or pearls (10), are added into the insert. According to wishes, the passive LED lighting (27), will be installed around the edges. After this operation, the mixture will be sticked together by using of sticky fog through sticky fog emission passage (20), and will be vacuumed at last. The decorative inserts are used as implementation for doors (33), windows, illuminated panels, furniture, billboards, or anywhere else where special effects are expected to be achieved, showing at the same time all the significant beauty and glare of the using components.
||WO||WO/2013/182863 - FLOATING DOCK FOR MANUFACTURING OF FLOATING PLATFORMS BY ARTIFICIALLY FREEZING OF WATER||12.12.2013||
||PCT/HR2013/000014||DEBELJAK, Tomislav||DEBELJAK, Tomislav|
The floating dock for manufacturing floating platforms by artificially freezing water with a surface area which is bordered by the upper, lower and lateral sides in the form of arbitrary geometrical shapes or their combination, and exceptionally large dimensions, which extend over surfaces of a number of tens of thousands of m2, while masses of immense quantities of frozen water and millions of tonnes, consists of a ballast tank (7) which is made of one or multiple pipes which may be round but also any desired cross-section and may be made, first and foremost, of steel but also any other material, whereby with horizontal (9) and vertical (8) latticed rod brackets, which may be made from arbitrary, mutually welded steel profiles. They connect the aforementioned pipes (1 ) which comprise the ballast tank (7), and they additionally strengthen it and at the same time form a type of formwork mould in which it is possible to conduct manufacturing of floating platforms by artificially freezing water. The ballast tank (7) of the floating dock (10), which is made of pipes, may be divided into multiple sections: (7.1 ), (7.2), (7.3) and (7.4) of which each comprises a separate chamber for filling with gaseous or liquid medium of various specific weights in certain ratios in a way that enables the desired, not only submersion and surfacing of the aforementioned dock, but also the required levelling. The unit for the control - management system (10.2) which contains the computer system for operating the compressor system with compressor unit (10.3) which is connected to the aforementioned computer system of the aforementioned control- management unit (10.2) and electrical valves (13.1 ), and other parts of equipment as required, may be located on the shore, and through pipelines compromised gaseous medium according to the defined procedure, which is conducted by the control- management system (10.2), is blown into the pipes which comprise the ballast tank of the aforementioned dock, in which manner the surfacing of the floating dock is enabled.
||WO||WO/2013/182864 - FORMWORK FOR A FLOATING PLATFORM MADE OF ARTIFICIALLY FROZEN WATER||12.12.2013||
||PCT/HR2013/000016||DEBELJAK, Tomislav||DEBELJAK, Tomislav|
A formwork for moulding a floating platform made of artificially frozen water of exceptionally large dimensions, by positioning masses water within the interior surfaces of the formwork and artificially freezing the water so that the formwork becomes an integral part of the floating platform. The formwork comprises an external (1.1 and 1.2) and a thermal insulation (1.3 and 1.4) layer, and additional functional elements.