||WO||WO/2014/077419 - BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM A FLEXIBLE DIGESTER||22.05.2014||
||PCT/KE2013/000031||WANJIHIA, Dominic F. P.||WANJIHIA, Dominic F. P.|
In one aspect, the invention provides an apparatus for anaerobic digestion of digester feed, the apparatus having: (a) a flexible tubular bladder; (b) a digester feed inlet port and tube; (c) a slurry outlet port and tube; and (d) a gas outlet port and tube. The invention also provides a method for using such an apparatus and similar apparatus described within.
||WO||WO/2013/165028 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR TRACKING AND AUTHENTICATING SERIALIZED ITEMS||07.11.2013||
||PCT/KE2013/000032||ATAMBO, Patrick Nyachio||ATAMBO, Patrick Nyachio|
The present invention provides systems and methods of authenticating genuine products and detecting counterfeits. The said systems consist of a myriad of services and clients, including at least one Service Registry and User Authentication Service through which the different clients and services, acting as agents within the system, locate and authenticate each other. Genuine products include taggants that have a short, random, concealed string and a visible string of characters which together are used when identifying authentic items. Recipients of items are supplied with the concealed string and a means of matching it with the visible string and thus the product on which it appears, for use in authenticating received items.
||WO||WO/2013/141413 - PRINTING FROM A CELLULAR PHONE||26.09.2013||
||PCT/KE2013/000030||MWANGI, Mary||MWANGI, Mary|
A mobile printing system for printing a document from received electronic print data is provided, the system comprising a mobile cellular device in communication with a cellular network and in communication with a printer and including a network module and a removable storage media, the network module identifying the mobile cellular device to the cellular network as an electronic print data storage device for receipt of electronic print data; the electronic print data being stored on the storage media, said electronic print data being converted to an electronic print document by the mobile cellular device for transmission and printing by the printer.
||WO||WO/2013/073717 - A GARMENT, CARRY BAG, AND FASTENER FOR FASTENING A CARRY BAG TO A PERSON'S BODY||23.05.2013||
||PCT/KE2012/000029||ADERO ACHOLA, Jenipher||ADERO ACHOLA, Jenipher|
This invention discloses a fastener for fastening a carry bag to a person's body, characterized by a garment having at least one reinforced member. The reinforced member is integrally formed with the garment. It has an elongate strap and a container portion of a backpack or rucksack. The reinforced member includes connector means for connecting the reinforced member to an engagement means of the carry bag. The garment may be, for example, a waistcoat, collared vest or a front portion of a waistcoat or collared vest that extends to a carry bag, rucksack, or backpack.
||WO||WO/2013/002425 - LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS (LPG) PARTIAL REFILLING MACHINE||03.01.2013||
||PCT/KE2011/000024||GULF ENERGY LIMITED||NJOGU, Koome, Francis|
The present invention is directed to a partial LPG re-filling machine that satisfies partial re-filling of LPG cylinders thereby enabling the consumer to purchase LPG in desired quantity and verify the actual amount of LPG purchase. A partial LPG re-filling machine having features of the present invention comprises a universal filling machine (UFM, transparent composite consumer cylinder and vendor cylinders. The UFM is fitted with load cell, jig mechanism, Irish code reader, mechanical spindle and control unit. The load cell is for placing and weighing the consumer cylinder, jig mechanism holds the consumer cylinder, Irish code reader identifies the unique identity code of the consumer cylinder and the control unit stores information of consumer and vendor cylinders into the internal memory.
||WO||WO/2013/002426 - LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS PARTIAL REFILLING PROCESS||03.01.2013||
||PCT/KE2011/000025||GULF ENERGY LIMITED||BOGONKO, Momanyi, Michael|
The present invention is directed to a partial LPG refilling process that satisfies partial refilling of LPG cylinders thereby enabling the consumer to purchase LPG in desired quantity and verify the actual amount of LPG purchased. It prevents illegal refilling of LPG from and to third party cylinders and ensures decentralized refilling of the LPG cylinders. A partial LPG refilling process takes place with the help of UFM, consumer cylinder and vendor cylinders. The UFM is fitted with load cell, jig mechanism, Irish code reader, mechanical spindle and control unit. The load cell is for placing and weighing the consumer cylinder, jig mechanism holds the consumer cylinder, Irish code reader identifies the unique identity code of the consumer cylinder and the control unit stores information of consumer and vendor cylinders into the internal memory.
||WO||WO/2012/137990 - MINIATURE ADVERTISING STRUCTURE WITH A CANOPY||11.10.2012||
||PCT/KE2012/000028||KNOPP, Alexander||KNOPP, Alexander|
An advertising structure (1) in the form of a miniature multifunction device includes a canopy portion (2) or umbrella having a support shaft (3) extending therefrom, and a foldable base (33) that attaches to it; and that has a multiplicity of receptacles (8) for holding liquid containers, liquid conveying devices (6,9); as well as paper based accessories (7); and, whose primary purpose is for shading during the day and lighting in the evenings as well as advertising. There are cooperating fasteners (4) on the support and on the base so that the shade or umbrella (1) can be removably mounted onto the base (33) to shade the object from direct light. The entire assembly is also temporarily anchorable or attachable to its holding surface; which includes loose sand and gravel. Fixtures may additionally be provided underneath the miniature canopy (2) for holding a Light Emitting Diode (LED) based lighting systems, or digital beacons/homing signal generators as well as screens for keeping flying objects and insects from falling into the contained liquid.
||WO||WO/2012/074140 - A LOTTERY SYSTEM AND METHODS THEREOF||07.06.2012||
||PCT/KE2011/000027||MACKENZIE, Ndonye||MACKENZIE, Ndonye|
The invention relates to a system and methods of conducting a lottery, the system comprising a gaming server in communication with a wireless communication device associated with a wireless network, wherein the gaming server in response to receiving a request from a lottery subscriber, generates chance units by debiting an amount from a billing system associated with the wireless network, quantifies the debited amount into chance units and credits the chance units into a chance unit account. The chance units are used thereof by the lottery subscriber to submit entries in lotteries. The invention further provides for methods of registering lottery subscribers, submitting entries in lotteries and performing a lottery draw.
||WO||WO/2012/039519 - HAIR GROOMING DEVICE||29.03.2012||
||PCT/KE2011/000026||SEBAGEREKA, Ruth||SEBAGEREKA, Ruth|
A hair grooming device (Fig. 1) comprising of - a flat (1) or cylindrical base (Fig.10(18)) arranged in steps, - teeth (2) attached to the base, in one row or many rows, whereby the hair may be combed between the space (3) created by the different steps and underlying the teeth, and/or additionally within the teeth arrangement, - teeth/bristles in brush formation (Fig. 8(13)), - an attachment to a hair dryer (Fig. 6), (Fig. 18), (Fig. 23), (Fig. 24), (Fig. 25), (Fig. 26) whereby hot air blows through a gap as represented by (Fig.6 (10)) between the teeth/bristles and the base, - a dye applicator (Fig. 16) whereby dye is applied to the hair through holes (27) between the teeth and the base by pushing down into a space (28) through the mechanism of a plunger (29). - a hair clipper (Fig. 20) whereby blades are able to slide down between the steps. - a hair clip (Fig. 21) whereby the steps are able to be collapsed after insertion into the hair such that they grip the hair.
||WO||WO/2010/143753 - REPELLANT COMPOSITIONS FOR BLOOD-FEEDING INSECTS||16.12.2010||
||PCT/KE2010/000022||INTERNATIONAL CENTRE OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY (ICIPE)||HASSANALI, Ahmed|
The invention provides methods and compositions suitable for influencing insect behaviour. In one aspect, the invention provides insect-repellant compounds. Such compounds, and compositions comprising such compounds, are useful in masking insect-attractant compounds associated with animal body odours. Accordingly, such compounds and compositions are useful in controlling insect behaviour and in controlling the spread of insect-borne diseases.