||WO||WO/2014/112886 - INSUFFLATION APPARATUS AND METHODS AND A GAS GENERATING CARTRIDGE THEREFOR||24.07.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000005||FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITED||DOR ZIDON, Shahar|
The invention provides an insufflation apparatus having a housing and a gas generator arranged to be, at least partially, mounted to the housing. The housing includes a gas outlet for delivering gas to a patient and a gas storage chamber arranged to store gas and deliver it to the gas outlet. The gas generator includes a cartridge mount on the housing adapted to receive a gas generating cartridge, the gas generating cartridge containing gas generating material that generates gas that is delivered to the gas storage chamber. The invention also provides alternative insufflation apparatus, a gas cartridge and a method of generating insufflation gas.
||WO||WO/2014/109649 - UNIFIED TRAVEL INTERFACE||17.07.2014||
||PCT/NZ2014/000003||SERKO LIMITED||SHAW, Robert James|
A travel booking system abstracts the user from a travel search of web and internet searches initiated by the user and the search result of those searches to present the user with a consistent interface for both entry and results. As part of the abstraction the search introduces elements of one or more traveller profiles to delineate the searches. The user may investigate the search results for a trip or alternate route options returned by a search to further direct the search or to book a search result.
||WO||WO/2014/104897 - SLUDGE REMOVAL PUMP||03.07.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000119||SLUDGE PUMPING (NZ) LIMITED||CALVERT, Ralph Arthur|
A sludge removal pump for the mechanical conveyance of sludge-type sediment deposits which have accumulated inside containment spaces such as storage tanks, settlement ponds or reservoirs. The pump comprises at least one inlet valve, outlet valve and piston valve contained within a body of the pump which each comprise a valve seat comprising a first cutting edge and at least one valve member configured to open and close when required and comprising a second cutting edge. The first and second cutting edges cooperate to cut through any waste material trapped between the valve seat and the valve member and/or trapped between the valve members of each valve.
||WO||WO/2014/098617 - A CLAMP||26.06.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000232||THOMAS, Kenneth||THOMAS, Kenneth|
A clamp as shown in figure 1 has a bar 1 with a plurality of locking slots 5. It has an upper jaw 2 and an adjustable jaw 3. The adjustable jaw 3 is able to slide along the bar 1. The adjustable jaw 3 has a channel which receives the bar. The channel 10 has a substantially angled side part 11 and a substantially straight side part 12, these being sufficient to enable the adjustable jaw 3 to tilt into locking engagement with the slot. There is also a screw tensioner 4 which can be adjusted to apply pressure between the jaws 2 and 3.
||WO||WO/2014/098615 - COMPOSITE CLADDING PANEL BUILDING SYSTEM||26.06.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000227||GOLDEN HOMES HOLDINGS LIMITED||HELMS, Lennard Trevor|
A composite cladding panel building system comprising composite cladding panels, each panel comprising an interior layer made of an insulating material which is enclosed by an exterior layer made of a waterproof material; at least one support extrusion configured to be fixed to a supporting structure via at least one fixing surface and support an interior side of the composite cladding panel; and at least one corner extrusion configured to attach to the supporting structure in a gap formed between the exterior edges of two adjacent like composite cladding panels via a fixing extrusion attached to the supporting structure and to overlap the exterior edge of the adjacent panels to seal the gap.
||WO||WO/2014/098623 - INJECTABLE EPRINOMECTIN FORMULATION AND ANTHELMINTIC USE THEREOF||26.06.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000240||ALLEVA ANIMAL HEALTH LIMITED||HOLMES, Robert William Lachlan|
A method of treating a herd of cattle in a milking shed by injecting an animal at an injection site at or near the rear of the animal with an anthelmintic injectable formulation comprising eprinomectin dissolved in an organic solvent. The injections can be applied at positions X of a rotary milking shed whilst the cows are in their bails on the rotary platform. Injection positions for a herringbone milking shed are also described and illustrated. The injectable formulation has a nil milk withholding time so that it can be used on lactating cows.
||WO||WO/2014/098620 - TRAVEL COMFORT INDEX||26.06.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000236||SERKO LIMITED||SHAW, Robert James|
A travel booking system calculates the comfort level of a traveller for a trip by including factors for each sector of a trip, such as an aircraft seat pitch and seat width, the flight time of a flight sector, the travel distance at any airport transits en route, the confusion level at an airport, the facilities available at a hotel, the cost of the trip, the corporate travel requirements, the travellers own preferences, and factoring these together by a process as shown to arrive at an overall comfort level. From this alternative travel routes can be compared to allow a choice of a trip route which will be as comfortable as possible and meet a required cost level.
||WO||WO/2014/098619 - TRANSDERMAL PARASITICIDAL FORMULATIONS||26.06.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000235||DONAGHYS INDUSTRIES LIMITED||YERITSYAN, Karen|
Described herein are transdermal parasiticidal formulations and methods of treatment and use. wherein the formulation is not only able to deliver an agent or agents through the skin layer, but is able to do so through wool, dirt and/or a sebum layer on the skin if such layers are present The transdermal parasiticidal formulation may be a solution including a therapeutically effective amount of levamisole anthelmintic agent dissolved in a solution including isopropyl myristate and D-limonene. This base formulation is highly compatible with other compounds and various other actives may be added to this formulation.
||WO||WO/2014/098625 - A MOTOR||26.06.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000242||FISHER & PAYKEL APPLIANCES LIMITED||GERMANN, Timothy, Scott|
A BLDC motor for driving a cross flow fan in an air-conditioning application comprises an external rotor and an internal stator. The stator is a salient pole stator with insulated pole teeth and conductor coils. The inner diameter of the stator supports a single bearing. An electronic PCBA for control of the BLDC motor is optionally attached to the stator, all of which is encapsulated in a thermoset resin. The rotor comprises permanent magnet component(s) and a rotor frame. The rotor frame includes a stub axle that engages with the bearing element and features to provide torsional or rotational compliance between the rotor magnets and the fan. A level of compliance is provided between the bearing element and the stator to allow for angular misalignment between the rotational axis of the fan and the stator.
||WO||WO/2014/098627 - A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR DETERMINING MILK CHARACTERISTICS FOR INDIVIDUAL ANIMALS IN A HERD||26.06.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000244||AGRESEARCH LIMITED||PLEASANTS, Anthony, Bryan|
The invention relations to a method of determining milk characteristics for individual animals within a cohort of milking animals, where the method is characterised by the steps of: a) recording individual identification of animals present at a milking shed for a milking event; b) recording the timing of the milking event for individual animals; c) measuring at least one milk characteristic of milk collected from the cohort of milking animals; d) correlating the identification of an individual animal with the timing of the milking event to develop a profile of one or more milk characteristics for the individual animal. A system for implementing the method is also claimed. The inventive method and system has particular application for determination of characteristics of milk from a selected animal from a group of animals, particularly, but not limited to, milk yield, based on measurement of an ensemble of milk production from a group of animals, such as a dairy herd or cohort of dairy cows.