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|1.||WO||WO/2013/164809 - A METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TREATING HUMAN REMAINS||07.11.2013||
|PCT/IE2013/000014||ECOLEGACY LIMITED||TINSLEY, Damian|
A process for treating a human remains comprises the steps of subjecting the remains to pyrolysis in a pyrolysis chamber under conditions that convert the particulate material to biochar remains.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/164808 - A METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TREATING HUMAN REMAINS BY CHILLING.||07.11.2013||
|PCT/IE2013/000013||ECOLEGACY LIMITED||TINSLEY, Damian|
A method of treating human remains prior to burial or other means of disposal comprises the steps of freezing the remains and size reducing the remains to particulate matter. The freezing step includes the steps of placing the remains in a freezing chamber, charging the chamber with a gas, and circulating the gas in a loop between the freezing chamber and a cooling device. The gas cooling device is adapted to cool the gas to a temperature below -100°C while maintaining the gas in a gaseous form.The gas cooling device may include a heatsink and a means for cooling the heatsink, wherein the circulating gas is cooled by being brought into contact with the heatsink.
|3.||WO||WO/2013/156986 - A BEDDING SYSTEM||24.10.2013||
|PCT/IE2013/000012||CASH, Bartholomew, Patrick||CASH, Bartholomew, Patrick|
An improved safety bedding system for a cot (2)comprising a multipurpose safety blanket for infants made up of a size adjustable blanket (1), an anchor fastenable to an anchor point (3) on the cot for holding the blanket in situ in the cot (2) and attachment means (4) for releasably attaching the blanket to the anchor, the blanket being held in situ in the cot to reduce the risk of suffocation and overheating of an infant.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/156985 - CEILING PLANK||24.10.2013||
|PCT/IE2013/000011||TOWER IPCO COMPANY LIMITED||STONE, Norman|
An elongated generally rectangular ceiling plank is formed of wood or plastic composition and has opposite elongated side edges with a length that is between nine and ten times the width of the opposite end edges. The ceiling plank includes complementary tongue and groove engagement portions formed at the sides and ends for side-by-side or end-to- end engagement with other similar planks. In a ceiling plank installation a ceiling plank securement clip secures the side groove portion of one plank to a ceiling. The secured plank can be joined to another plank in side-by-side or end-to-end engagement at a ceiling by interengagement with the tongue portion at the side or end of the other plank. The ceiling plank is approximately forty-eight inches long and five inches wide and can thus be easily handled and installed by one person.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/150504 - POLYTUNNEL ASSEMBLY AND CONNECTORS THEREFOR||10.10.2013||
|PCT/IE2013/000008||GALLAGHER, Sean||GALLAGHER, Sean|
The present invention relates to a polytunnel assembly and connector therefor. In particular the invention provides a polytunnel comprising of a tubular frame structure with a covering curved into position and fixed to a vertical surface or the ground. The advantage of the invention is that with easy assembly and easy installation of a cover and an integrated watering system that it makes it a neat compact structure for the growing of plants and seeds. The innovative polytunnel design is designed to be easy to assemble by the homeowner while giving the quality and stability of larger more expensive units.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/144936 - A BALE SPLITTER AND A METHOD FOR SPLITTING A BALE||03.10.2013||
|PCT/IE2013/000010||MCHALE ENGINEERING LIMITED||MCHALE, Padraic Christopher|
A bale splitter (1) comprises a support element (5) with four tines (20) extending from the support element (5) and defining a gap (26) therebetween. A knife (21) is pivotally coupled to the support element (5), and is pivotal downwardly from a first position through the bale (2) and in turn through the gap (26) for splitting the bale (2). A pair of pivotally mounted carrier elements (30) carry respective carrier members (29) and release members (33). Primary piercing elements (31) on the carrier members (29) engage wrapping film (4) as the bale (2) is being split in two halves (43), so that the silage (3) of the bale (2) can be separated from the wrapping film 4 by orienting the bale splitter (1) with the tines (20) extending downwardly from the support element (5). The release members (33) on the support elements (30) disengage the wrapping film (4) from the primary piercing elements (31) as the carrier element (30) are being pivoted from a first state with the carrier members (29) and the release members (33) lying in a common plane (18) with the tines (20) to a second state with second planes (39) defined by the carrier members (29) and the release members (33) extending perpendicularly to the plane (18) defined by the tines (20).
|7.||WO||WO/2013/140385 - A WORKTOP AND A METHOD AND A SUPPORT MECHANISM FOR SUPPORTING A WORKTOP||26.09.2013||
|PCT/IE2013/000009||MULLINS, John||MULLINS, John|
A worktop (1) comprising a leaf (3) hingedly coupled to a wall (6) about a hinge axis (7) by a pair of support mechanisms (91) between a usable state and a folded state. Each support mechanism (91) comprises a first mounting member (93) and a second mounting member (92) which are pivotally connected by a main pivot pin (94) which defines the hinge axis (7). A strut (15) extends between the first and second mounting members (93,92). A first pivot pin (19) at a first end (17) of the strut (15) is slideable and pivotal in an elongated first guide track (96) in the first mounting member (93) between first and second positions (73,74). A second pivot pin (20) at a second end (18) of the strut (15) is pivotal in a slideable element (25), which in turn is slideable in a second guide track (14) of the second mounting member (92) between first and second positions (26,27). A plunger (40) in the slideable element (25) engages a receiving opening (43) in the second guide track (14) for retaining the slideable element (25) in the first position (23) for retaining the leaf (3) in the usable state. On disengagement of the plunger (40) from the recess opening (43), the leaf (3) is pivoted downwardly in the direction of the arrow (A) from the usable state to the folded state, and the slideable element (25) slides to a second position (24) in the second guide track (14) while the first pivot pin (19) slides from the first position (73) to the second position (74) in the first guide track (96).
|8.||WO||WO/2013/136321 - A BALLOON CATHETER AND A SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE DISTANCE OF A SITE IN A HUMAN OR ANIMAL BODY FROM A DATUM LOCATION||19.09.2013||
|PCT/IE2013/000007||FLIP TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED||O'DEA, John|
A system (2) comprising a balloon catheter (1) for determining the distance between a datum location (8) at which the balloon catheter (1) is inserted through an arterial system to a valve orifice (17) of an aortic valve (9) comprises a planimetry measuring system (19) in a balloon (7) of the balloon catheter (1), and a linear distance measuring element (23) slideable along the catheter (3) from a proximal end (4) thereof to the datum location (8) when the balloon catheter (1) has been inserted through the arterial system with the balloon (7) located in the valve orifice (17). A plurality of secondary optically detectable bands (30) are equi-spaced longitudinally along the catheter (3) and an optical encoder (32) in the linear distance measuring element (23) counts the secondary optically detectable elements (30) as the linear distance measuring element (23) is being moved from a reset position proximally of a primary optically detectable band (28) distally along the catheter (3) to the datum location (8). A signal processor (20) of the system (2) reads signals from the linear distance measuring element (23) and from the planimetry measuring system (19) for in turn determining the distance of the valve orifice (17) of the aortic valve (9) from the datum location (8).
|9.||WO||WO/2013/124836 - A METHOD AND A SYSTEM FOR CONTROLLING CIRCUMFERENTIAL WRAPPING OF A CYLINDRICAL BALE IN A BALE FORMING CHAMBER OF A BALER, AND A BALER AND A METHOD FOR PRODUCING A CIRCUMFERENTIALLY WRAPPED BALE||29.08.2013||
|PCT/IE2013/000006||MCHALE ENGINEERING LIMITED||MCHALE, Padraic Christopher,|
A fixed chamber baler (1) having a bale forming chamber (12) within which a bale (2) of silage is formed and circumferentially wrapped with wrapping film (3) comprises a system for controlling the degree of stretch in the feed direction of the wrapping film (3) with which the bale (2) is wrapped. The system comprises a first rotary encoder (51) for monitoring the rotational speed of a bale rotating roller (18e) of the baler (1), and a second rotary encoder (54) for monitoring the rotational speed of a tensioning roller (32) for tensioning the wrapping film (3). A microprocessor (56) from signals read from the first and second rotary encoders (51,54) computes the ratio of the difference of the linear speeds of the wrapping film (3) adjacent the rotating bale (2) and the tensioning roller (32) to the linear speed of the wrapping film (3) adjacent the tensioning roller (32), which is the value of the degree of stretch being induced in the wrapping film (3) as it is being wrapped onto the bale (2). A torsional load applied to the tensioning roller (32) is varied for varying the rotational speed of the tensioning roller (32) until the degree of stretch with which the wrapping film (3) is being applied to the rotating bale (2) equals a predefined degree of stretch stored in the microprocessor (56).
|10.||WO||WO/2013/118106 - CEILING TILE||15.08.2013||
|PCT/IE2012/000030||TOWER IPCO COMPANY LIMITED||STONE, Norman|
The ceiling tile, in one embodiment of the invention, is a laminate of a rigid core layer, such as gypsum, having one surface covered by a display layer of plastic sheet material. An opposite surface of the core layer is covered by a layer of light reflective material. The design layer has a design surface that is viewable when the tile is installed in a ceiling, and the light reflective layer has an exposed light reflective surface. Both the design layer and the light reflective layer form leak tight seals on the opposite surfaces of the rigid core layer. The entire peripheral edge of the tile laminate and marginal portions of the design surface and light reflective surface are covered by a plastic leak tight tape that forms a gas tight seal at the peripheral edge of the tile laminate.