||WO||WO/2014/059450 - METHOD FOR MONITORING PARKING BAY OCCUPANCY||17.04.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000049||OOSTERBERG, Adrian Michael||OOSTERBERG, Adrian Michael|
A parking monitoring system includes a device having a unique identifier; a reader that, when located in close proximity to the device, reads the unique identifier of the device; the device being located within a parking bay such that, when the parking bay is occupied by a vehicle, access to the device by the reader is restricted, thereby restricting the reader's ability to read the unique identifier of the device; and a database that stores the status of the parking bays; and the steps of: instructing a user via the reader within a predetermined time period to read the unique identifier of the device in a bay that, according to the database, is vacant; and locating the reader within such predetermined time period in close proximity to such device to read the unique identifier of such device and thereby confirm the vacant status of such bay on the database.
||WO||WO/2014/059452 - CAN END||17.04.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000076||WHEELDON, Ronald, Brandon, Richard||WHEELDON, Ronald, Brandon, Richard|
A can end (10) includes a substantially planar portion (12) and a first frangible line (18) on the substantially planar portion (12). The first frangible line (18) divides the substantially planar portion (i2) into: a first cover (20) substantially bounded by the first frangible line (18); and a residual portion (22). The can end (10) further includes: means (24) for separating the first cover (20) from the residual portion (22) along the first frangible line (18) to create an aperture therebetween; and a second cover (i4) secured to the residual portion (22). Such that, the second cover (14) at least partially closes the aperture when the first cover (20) is partially separated from the residual portion (22).
||WO||WO/2014/059453 - CABINET STORAGE SYSTEM||17.04.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000077||TROXLER, Douglas||TROXLER, Douglas|
A cabinet storage system includes a first cabinet, a second cabinet and at least two wheels on the operative base of each of the first and second cabinets. The cabinets are secured to each other by: an upper connector comprising a first connector member that defines a track, which first connector member is connected to the operative upper half of the first cabinet; and a second connector member that is at least partially locatable within and slideable along the track, which second connector member is secured to the operative upper half of the second cabinet, such that, when connected to each other, relative slidable movement of the cabinets is guided and limited by the upper connector.
||WO||WO/2014/059451 - PUMP||17.04.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000073||AEL MINING SERVICES LIMITED||WILSON, Laurence, J.P.|
A pump assembly wherein two side-by-side collapsible containers are simultaneously compressed so as to expel materials, held in the containers, in substantially equal volumes. The expelled materials are mixed to make an explosive composition.
||WO||WO/2014/056004 - ANTI-JAMMING VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING SYSTEM||10.04.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000074||NARAINSAMY, Adele Katrine||NARAINSAMY, Selvanathan|
The invention relates to a vehicle central locking system that is adapted to curb vehicle theft in which the perpetrator uses a jamming device to override the locking signal emitted by the hand-held remote locking actuator. The lock actuation system (10) is integrated with the vehicle central locking system which is actuated by a hand-held remote (14). When operated by a motorist (16), the remote (14) transmits a RF locking signal (18) that, in normal circumstances, will be received by the vehicle transceiver (12) of the vehicle central locking system. If the locking signal is received (20), the vehicle transceiver (12) transmits an acknowledgement signal (22) to the remote (14).
||WO||WO/2014/052994 - A FISHHOOK||03.04.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000072||LEIGH, Stephen, Andrew||LEIGH, Stephen, Andrew|
The invention relates to a fishhook (10), the fishhook having an eyelet (12), a shank portion (14), a hook portion (16) and securing means (18) in the region of a junction of the shank and hook portions for securing attachments to the fishhook.
||WO||WO/2014/043726 - A VALVE FOR USE WITH A HYDRAULICALLY ACTIVATED DEVICE||20.03.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000071||HOLFELD, Barry, Graeme||HOLFELD, Barry, Graeme|
A valve which includes a stud (14), fixed to a device (12) which is to be pressurised, a coupler member (16) which is connected to a pressurised water source and an arrangement which retains the coupler member engaged with the stud and which breaks, causing the coupler member to disengage from the stud, when the pressure in the device is at a design value.
||WO||WO/2014/043725 - URINAL INSERT||20.03.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000059||COETZEE, John, J||COETZEE, John, J|
The invention provides a urinal insert. The urinal insert includes a plurality of pebble formations arranged on a domed structure configured to fit in the interior of a urinal with the majority of the pebbles having a non-circular cross sectional shape in plan view.
||WO||WO/2014/040091 - MODULAR FENCING SYSTEM||13.03.2014||
||PCT/ZA2013/000067||HARROP-ALLIN, George Anton||HARROP-ALLIN, George Anton|
A modular fencing system includes a first profile comprising a web (18) and a flange (20) that extends transversely from one end of the web in a first direction. The web defines a countersunk portion (24) that extends towards the first direction, a first aperture (26) in the countersunk portion (24), and a second aperture (28). A second connecting means (40) sized to pass through the second aperture (28), secures the first profile to an adjacent profile in back-to-back arrangement. A bracket (16) is securable to the web (18) via a first connecting means (40) comprising a neck sized to pass through the first aperture (26) and a head sized to be received within the countersunk portion (24). The bracket (16) is shaped to extend towards the flange (20) and defines an edge extending substantially along the flange (20), which edge defines at least two teeth (36) for capturing at least one elongate segment of a fence panel between: (i) the teeth (36); and (ii) the flange (20) and/or web (18) to secure the fence panel (14) in place relative to the first profile.
||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.