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|1.||WO||WO/2013/070096 - PORTABLE COMPACT ELECTROLYTIC HYDROGEN-OXYGEN GAS GENERATING AND CONDITIONING APPARATUS||16.05.2013||
|PCT/PH2012/000014||CHUNG, Dominic, N., Jr.||CHUNG, Dominic, N., Jr.|
The invention relates to a portable compact electrolytic hydrogen- oxygen gas generating and conditioning apparatus, preferably a single unitary upright device, that comprises a water-based means for generating a mix of hydrogen and oxygen ion gases through electrolysis, upstream gas conditioning means for at least purifying, scrubbing and/or mixing with supplied air the upwardly moving ion gases, and at least a conditioned gas outlet means provided at the upper portion thereof in communication with the gas conditioning means, having a safety mechanism for preventing any gas flashback occurrence. The apparatus is characterized by the provision therein of at least a means for preventing any water splash and spill or leakage tendencies, preferably in form of a combination of water guard and baffle plates and maze-like narrow gas passageways, into the negatively pressurized or vacuumized outlet means connected preferably to an engine's fuel intake manifold. The plates and gas passageways, which are in communication with each other and with the outlet means at the upstream side thereof, also function as liquid and gas separator and gas dryer.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/066197 - FROZEN FOOD FIBER MIMETICS FROM EXTRUDED BIOMATERIALS||10.05.2013||
|PCT/PH2011/000020||FOODFLOW INCORPORATED||CHU, Bernardito|
This patent relates to product and process used for the preparation of frozen, wet shredded fibers from extruded biomaterials containing brans and plant fibers intended to be used as frozen food fiber mimetics (FFFMs). High protein extruded plant biomaterials are mechanically shredded in hydrated form. The fibrous masses from the extrudates with the appropriate pH, microbial quality and sensory characteristics including odor, taste, and texture are packed and kept in frozen solid blocks for a period of 8 months at 20 in cold storage with an internal core temperature of 16 to-17. The FFFMs, as extender or analog of meat fibers including: beef, poultry, and pork; fish or fishery products; and fruit and vegetable fibers can be applied in food service-prepared recipes and manufactured food products.
|3.||WO||WO/2013/058668 - A METHOD OF FEEDING RUMINANTS AND HERBIVORES THRU THE EFFICIENT PRODUCTION OF MORE NUTRITIOUS AND DIGESTIBLE ROUGHAGE WITHOUT USING SOIL OR ANY GROWING MEDIUM||25.04.2013||
|PCT/PH2011/000019||BATERINA, Christopher, Abraham, R.||BATERINA, Christopher, Abraham, R.|
Ruminants and herbivores are fed using roughage that is grown without the use of soil or any growing medium. The roughage is grown in multi-layered trays or platforms to increase production and is done inside a building or structure. The plants grown from this method result in roughage that is more nutritious and digestible and can lead to a more sustainable livestock industry.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/055240 - AN ANCHORING SYSTEM||18.04.2013||
|PCT/PH2011/000018||EPODPAK INTERNATIONAL, INC||BRAEDER, D'art Daniel David|
A system 1 is disclosed for anchoring a securing device 14 in a bore in a substrate. The system comprises a rupturable container 2 for each of respective mixable components of the system 1, which containers 2 are rupturable together to mix the respective components. Means 8 are provided to hold the respective containers 2 substantially together to enhance mixing of the components when the containers 2 are ruptured.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/043065 - ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY-FLUX REACTOR||28.03.2013||
|PCT/PH2011/000015||EYALES, Bonifacio, J.||EYALES, Bonifacio, J.|
The ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY-FLUX REACTOR (EER) comprises microprocessor- based power modules (MPM), a microprocessor- base control module (MCM), Hall Effect current sensors (HECS) and a reactor system (RS). Upon switching the exciter power supply source the power module activates the EER to a bypass mode due to zero current pick up by the HECS. The exciter power supply source is supplied either by a utility company, standby generator, battery banks with inverter, or by wind and solar renewable energy coupled to an inverter or by any means of excitation sources of alternating current waveform. Upon switching on the load the Hall Effect sensor (HECS) senses the current at the output terminal either directly from the terminal lead wire or via the secondary output of the current transformer installed in the output terminal lead wire. Once the minimum preset output current signal is sensed by the HECS, it will activate and power up the reactor system (RS). The RS is composed of three or more inductive coils namely: one or more reactive coil, the regenerative coil and the collector coil. An emf and current flow on the reactive coil will induce an electromagnetic energy and an opposing magnetic fields on the regenerative coil that opposes the flow of the magnetic fields produce by the regenerative coil itself upon excitation by an external AC source. The opposing magnetic fields in the regenerative coils exert pressures and force the atoms in the system into cohesion state. The cohesion state of the atoms will lead to a continuous electron flow as long as the excitation source on the regenerative circuits is maintained. Since electrons can hardly flow in atmosphere due to the high resistance gases that are present, it will be attracted to the reactive and regenerative coils of less resistance, thus producing ELECTRICITY that can power up all kinds of electrical loads AC in nature. If excessive load is drawn on the reactive coil, the collector coil must be electrically loaded up to the design ratio of the RS to maintain the equilibrium of opposing magnetic fields or to be excited by a separate and distinct reactive reactor assembly (connected to one of the output of the reactive coil). Excitation energy should be according to the design ratio of the main reactor for auto tuning of the RS.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/036150 - LOOP BASED STABILIZATION AND SUPPORT FOR PROTECTIVE ACCESSORY||14.03.2013||
|PCT/PH2012/000012||ARCEO, Leo||ARCEO, Leo|
An apparatus is provided for stabilization and support of an accessory such as a kneepad. The accessory includes non-invasive attachment devices such as straps and is normally adapted to be attachable over a garment The apparatus interfaces with the noninvasive attachment device and provides stabilization. The apparatus includes an article of apparel, an attachment panel secured to a. load supporting portion of the article of apparel in a position that facilitates operation of the accessory. An attachment interface that includes a plurality of insertion points can be secured to the attachment panel. The attachment interface secures the accessory with respect to the article of apparel. The plurality of insertion points form a plurality of position adjustments for the accessory. A load from the non-invasive attachment devices can be passively transferred to the article of apparel through one of the plurality of insertion points through which the non-invasive attachment device is inserted, the attachment interface and the attachment panel.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/036149 - EXTRUDED BIOMATERIALS WITH BRANS AND PLANT FIBERS AS DISPERSED PHASE FILLERS||14.03.2013||
|PCT/PH2011/000014||FOODFLOW, INCORPORATED||CHU, Bernardito|
This present invention relates to the use of dispersed phase fillers in the form of brans and plant fibers in extruded textured food grade biomaterials. The dispersed phase fillers are used to modify the physical characteristics of the extruded materials to allow greater variety in food applications of the extrudates with brans and plant fibers for food service-prepared, processed, or manufactured foods.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/009195 - EMBEDDING AN OBJECT INTO AN ELECTRONIC MESSAGE AND OBTAINING CONTENT BASED THEREON||17.01.2013||
|PCT/PH2012/000004||ION CLOUD TECHNOLOGIES CORP.||NOLLEDO, Nico Jose|
Generating and embedding into a signature block of an electronic message a banner placeholder associated with an advertisement, sponsored or interactive content, coupon, deal, and/or other form of promotional banner. When a user receives the electronic message, the banner placeholder is configured to cause a browser to retrieve an advertisement, coupon, deal, and/or other form of promotional banner for display to the recipient of the electronic message in the signature block.
|9.||WO||WO/2012/161598 - A CUSTOMIZED CAR MAT||29.11.2012||
|PCT/PH2012/000006||RONQUILLO, Roberto||RONQUILLO, Roberto|
A customized car mat for the protection of car's carpeted flooring, said car mat comprising a generally rectangular floor mat member, a plurality of ribs transversely molded on said floor mat member, a peripheral wall provided at the opposing longitudinal and rear transverse edges of said floor mat member, characterized in that said floor mat is made from clear transparent plastic material to allow the original classy carpet liner on a motor vehicle's flooring to be seen therethrough and being molded following the contour of said motor vehicle thereby properly covering the carpeted floor of said motor vehicle..
|10.||WO||WO/2012/161600 - METHOD AND DEVICE FOR DISSOCIATING WATER FOR USE AS SUPPLEMENTAL FUEL FOR BOILERS||29.11.2012||
|PCT/PH2012/000008||CELIS, Roberto, V.||CELIS, Roberto, V.|
A method and device for dissociating water into its constituent hydrogen and oxygen gases (hydrofuel)to be used as fuel and fuel enhancer to save fuel for boilers. The method utilizes the waste heat form a boiler to pre-heat pressurized water in controlled flow through a stainless economizer tubing that is coiled around the inner wall of the chimney. The forward end of said coil is connected in fluid communication with a straight stainless super heater tubing that passes concentrically through the larger outer fire tube, make a U-turn toward the inner fire tube of said boiler, exit at the forward open end of said fire tube, connect in fluid communication with the coiled expansion tubing in the combustion chamber where the superheated steam expands and dissociates into hydrogen and oxygen gases (hydrofuel) between 710°F and 2500°F. The dissociated gases are released at the outlet port of said expansion piping that branches into smaller pipes with nozzles that are directed around the base of the burning fossil fuel in order to burn, torch and enhance complete combustion, save on fossil fuel and eliminate carbon emission.