||WO||WO/2014/036573 - ROCK DRILL GUIDE||06.03.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000068||SHOVA DRILLING (PTY) LIMITED||ROODT, Petrus Hendrik Senior|
This invention relates to a rock drill guide comprising: a sleeve, having an internal chamber, adapted to receive a rock drill therein, the sleeve terminating in an operative end and a drilling end, the sleeve further being connectable to a pressure source for pressurising the sleeve; a pair of seals cooperating to seal the sleeve substantially hermetically, so as to maintain the pressurisation of the sleeve; and a pressure control mechanism, for selectively pressurising the chamber. The invention also relates to a kit for a rock drill guide.
||WO||WO/2014/036572 - PARTICULATE PRODUCTS AND PROCESS FOR MANUFACTURE THEREOF||06.03.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000063||AECI LIMITED||DE WET-ROOS, Deon|
The invention provides a particulate product to which is attached or bonded a beneficial particulate substance having a particle size of below 20 µm by means of a polymer formulation. The beneficial particulate substance may be applied to the particulate product in the form of an emulsion, dispersion, or a suspension, typically a water-in-oil emulsion, although three phase emulsions may also be useable for this purpose.
||WO||WO/2014/036574 - INFANT BOTTLE ATTACHMENT TO FACILITATE FEEDING OF INFANT||06.03.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000070||SUCHARD, Craig||SUCHARD, Craig|
An infant bottle attachment comprising a bottle securing means and an extending member, which extends from the securing means to a position viewable by the infant, in use. The extending member is movable relative to the bottle, thereby enabling a person feeding the infant to move the extending member and retain focus, alternately refocus a feeding infant towards the bottle. The bottle attachment comprises at least one sensory development attachment for developing the sensory integration of the infant during feeding.
||WO||WO/2014/032062 - BLASTING SYSTEM PROTECTION||27.02.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000043||DETNET SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD||KRUGER, Michiel Jacobus|
A method of controlling the operation of a blasting system which includes the steps of monitoring for the occurrence of electromagnetic interference (EMI) within a defined zone and initiating an alarm upon detection of such interference wherein the initiation of the alarm can automatically inhibit or suspend the operation of the blasting system.
||WO||WO/2014/028950 - DEVICE FOR BREAKING A CEROMONIAL GLASS||20.02.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000065||SHER, Dean, Evan||SHER, Dean, Evan|
A device for use with a glass which includes a housing which encloses at least part of a glass-receiving volume, and an actuator which is movable to break a glass inside the volume.
||WO||WO/2014/028947 - BANJO FITTING FOR FUEL TANKS||20.02.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000041||LAMPRECHT, Hendrik, Oostenwald, Johannes||LAMPRECHT, Hendrik, Oostenwald, Johannes|
The invention provides a banjo fitting (10) for a fuel tank, the fitting including a rotatable valve (12) which is movable from a first position in which fluid is able to pass therethrough to a second position in which the fluid flow is interrupted, the valve including a nut member that is releasable only with a specific tool, and spring means (20) located under the nut and bearing against the frustoconical swivelable portion (14) of the valve for a frictional and sealing fit with the valve body (12); the frustoconical portion (14) is adapted to receive a handle (30) that is accessible to an operator whereby rotation of the handle (30) causes the frustoconical portion (14) to move between the two positions.
||WO||WO/2014/028948 - SUGAR CANE PROCESSING||20.02.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000050||SUGAR MILLING RESEARCH INSTITUTE NPC||JENSEN, Paul, Stanley|
The invention provides a method of clarifying cane juice, said method including precipitation and filtration of mud solids directly in a sugarcane diffuser thereby avoiding the need for a settling clarifier, said method including the manipulation of a cane bed of the sugarcane diffuser wherein said sugarcane diffuser has a co-current portion, the method including the addition of precipitating agents to the juice in the diffuser. The invention extends to a process for modifying a conventional sugarcane diffuser to improve the quality juice obtained from the diffuser by reconfiguring the diffuser to inclide a co-current section and adding manipulation means for manipulating the cane bed.
||WO||WO/2014/028949 - REINFORCED RUBBERISED TRANSPORT SYSTEMS||20.02.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000064||COETZEE, Frederick, James||COETZEE, Frederick, James|
An aramid carcass highly bondable to vulcanised rubber, and which comprises a multiaxial composite fabric (10) made of layers of parallel yarns (12) laid in different orientations !ayer-by-!ayer and stitched together, the layers of the yarn creating a mesh like fabric (10) through which vulcanised rubber can penetrate, the multiaxial composite fabric (10) treated with RFL (Resorcinol Formaldehyde Latex) adhesive.
||WO||WO/2014/028951 - APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR HYDROGEN ENRICHMENT||20.02.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000066||ERASMUS, Gert, Cornelis||ERASMUS, Gert, Cornelis|
In the present invention, there is provided an apparatus for hydrogen enrichment comprising a power supply unit, an electronic filter and a reactor for dissociating water into a hydrogen and oxygen gas mixture via an electrolytic process, the reactor being described as a variable resistance load and the power supply being capable of providing a constant current for the variable resistance load.
||WO||WO/2014/026206 - GOLF CLUB||13.02.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000025||BLANDFORD, Ross||BLANDFORD, Ross|
This invention relates to a golf club, More specifically, the invention relates to a putter (10) having a striking face (18A) with a variable loft angle. The golf club includes a shaft (12) and a club head (14) connected to a first end of the shaft (12). The club head (14) comprises a body member (16), a striking member (18) defining a striking face (18A) set at a predetermined loft and a bridging member (20) connected at opposite ends to the body member (16) and the striking member (18) across a space (26) defined therebetween. The bridging member (20), the body member (16) and the striking member (18) jointly form one integral body, wherein the height (h) of the bridging member (20) is less than the height (H) fo the striking face (1 8A) enabling movement of the striking member (18) relative to the body member (16) thereby to vary the loft angle of the striking face (18A) between the predetermined loft angle and a secondary loft angle. Movement of the striking member (18) relative to the body member (16) is enable through deformation of the bridging member (20), the body member (16) and/or the striking member (18) relative to one another.