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1. WO/2015/107321 FLEXIBLE COUPLINGWO23.07.2015
F16D 3/78
PCT/GB2014/050098CROMPTON TECHNOLOGY GROUP LIMITEDCHASE, Ian
A flexible coupling comprises a flexible torque disc (24) having a first plurality of fixing points (24a) whereby it can be mounted upon a first rotatable component (12), in use, and a second plurality of fixing points (24b) whereby it can be mounted upon a second rotatable component (14), in use, a support ring (26), and mounting means (34) whereby the flexible torque disc (24) is secured to the support ring (26), the mounting means (34) restricting deflection of the flexible torque disc (24) relative to the support ring (26).

2. WO/2015/107318 MEDICO-SURGICAL TUBE WITH SEALING ARRANGEMENTWO23.07.2015
A61M 16/04
PCT/GB2014/000503SMITHS MEDICAL INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBATEMAN, Timothy
A tracheal tube (1, 401) has a self-expanding sealing cuff (20, 408) towards its patient end (13, 407). The cuff (20, 408) is held contracted when the tube is inserted and removed by an outer sleeve (21) or tube (400) that is slid forwardly to contract the cuff. The sleeve (21) or tube (400) is slid rearwardly to allow it to expand and seal with the trachea T. The cuff may be of a resilient foam or may have one or more resilient strips (22, 122, 221, 321) extending between two spaced support rings (24) and (25) and covered by an outer flexible sheath (26).

3. WO/2015/107319 TRACHEAL TUBESWO23.07.2015
A61M 16/04
PCT/GB2014/000511SMITHS MEDICAL INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBATEMAN, Timothy
The inflatable sealing cuff (2) at the patient end (3) of a tracheostomy tube is attached with the shaft (1) of the tube by two collars (24 and 25) turned inside out within the cuff. The upper collar (24) is attached with the shaft (1) along a line of locus in a plane P that is inclined to the diametrical plane D at an angle of between 5° and 45° so that secretions collect preferentially in a region around the opening (26) of a suction lumen (23). The shaft (1) is curved and the suction opening (26) is located on the inside of the curve, the upper end (27) of the cuff (2) being profiled to form a recess (28) in the region of the suction opening into which the secretions can flow.

4. WO/2015/107332 DETERMINING SENSITIVITY PROFILES FOR DAS SENSORSWO23.07.2015
G01H 9/00
PCT/GB2015/050055OPTASENSE HOLDINGS LIMITEDHILL, David
This application relates to fibre optic distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) applied using a sensing optical fibre (104) that is at least partly embedded in a cement structure (203) and addresses a problem of different acoustic sensitivities at different parts of the fibre (203). A method of producing an acoustic sensitivity profile is described which involves monitoring (501) temperature along the length of the optical fibre during curing of the surrounding cement structure. A temperature profile(301, 302) can then be generated (502) for the optical fibre based on said monitored temperature and used to generate (506) the acoustic sensitivity profile. The temperature profile indicates how well thermally coupled the fibre is to the surrounding cement, which also indicates how well acoustically coupled the fibre will be when the cement is cured. The sensitivity may be based on the rate of temperature change (303, 304) and/or magnitude of temperature change (T1, T2) during curing. The sensitivity profile can then be used to calibrate of adjust (604) measurement signals obtained using the optical fibre in a DAS sensor. The temperature during curing may be monitored using fibre optic distributed sensing such as DTS or DAS techniques.

5. WO/2015/107320 GAS-TREATMENT DEVICES AND APPARATUSWO23.07.2015
A61M 16/04
PCT/GB2014/000528SMITHS MEDICAL INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDNAKAMURA, Takahiro
An HME device (10) for a tracheal tube (1) has a housing (11) with an HME element (15) and (16) at each end and a central tracheal coupling (17) that fits on the machine end connector (5) of the tracheal tube. A suction port (20) is located directly opposite the tracheal coupling (17) and has an external screw thread (21) and an internal flap valve (22). A closed system suction catheter arrangement (30) has an internally threaded patient end fitting (31) that sealing couples with the suction port (20). A suction catheter (35) extends from the patient end fitting (31) to a machine end fitting (40) adapted to connect with a suction source (41), (42), (43). A flexible, protective envelope (46) extends around and along the catheter (35) from the patient end fitting (31) to the machine end fitting (40). The suction catheter (35) can be advanced into the tracheal tube (1), through the HME device (10) by manipulation through the envelope (46) without the need to directly contact the catheter.

6. WO/2015/107334 IMPROVED ISOLATION BARRIERWO23.07.2015
E21B 33/127
PCT/GB2015/050057META DOWNHOLE LIMITEDMEIKLE, Duncan James
An apparatus and method for securing a tubular within another tubular or borehole, creating a seal across an annulus in a well bore, and centralising or anchoring tubing within a wellbore. A sleeve is arranged on a tubular body to create a chamber therebetween. A port provides fluid access through the body to the chamber. A support frame of bow springs on mounts is located within the chamber. When fluid is introduced into the chamber the sleeve is morphed to secure it to a well bore wall, an end of the sleeve will move along the body and compress the frame and bow springs. The compressed springs support the sleeve to maintain a seal between the sleeve and well bore wall to form an isolation barrier.

7. WO/2015/107342 SPOROCIDAL DISINFECTANT OR SANITISING COMPOSITIONWO23.07.2015
A01N 37/16
PCT/GB2015/050068PERACIDE (UK) LIMITEDJOSEPH, Michael
A solid disinfectant dosage form comprises: a peroxy activator; a peroxy compound; selected so that addition of the dosage form to a predetermined quantity of water produces a disinfectant solution containing peracetic acid in a concentration of at least about 1000 ppm; and a colour indicator arranged to provide a first colour signal when the concentration of peracetic acid is lower than about 1000 ppm and a second colour signal when the concentration is higher than about 1000 ppm and a third colour signal when the concentration falls below about 1000 ppm. compound is selected from the group consisting of: sodium percarbonate, ammonium persulphate, calcium percarbonate, magnesium percarbonate, sodium perborate, sodium persulfate, sodium perphosphate and mixtures thereof.

8. WO/2015/107345 ANCHORWO23.07.2015
B63B 21/40
PCT/GB2015/050071FE ANCHOR CORPORATIONFITCH, Edmund
An anchor (1) comprises a fluke (2) and a shank (3) pivotally connected to one another.The shank (3) is pivotable between an anchor deployment configuration and an anchor retrieval configuration, and a fastener 36 is provided to engage with the shank 3 to retain the shank (3) in the anchor retrieval configuration.

9. WO/2015/107348 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR REMOVING A CABLE CORE FROM A CABLE SHEATHWO23.07.2015
H02G 1/08
PCT/GB2015/050075DEFLUX HOLDINGS LIMITEDNUSBAUM, Laslo
Apparatus and method for extracting the core and surrounding insulator from an outer sheath of a length of data transmission cable is disclosed. The apparatus comprises a pump operable to generate hydraulic pressure against one end of the core and insulator, and a drawing mechanism operable to simultaneously exert a pulling force on an opposite end of the core and insulator. The arrangement being such that hydraulic pressure applied to one end, and pulling force applied to the opposite end, together displace the core and insulator relative to its outer sheath.

10. WO/2015/107352 LINEAR ACTUATOR ASSEMBLYWO23.07.2015
B21J 15/02
PCT/GB2015/050084HENROB LIMITEDGOSTYLLA, Wojciech
A linear actuator assembly (1) comprises a linear actuator which has a housing and an output shaft, the output shaft (14) defining an actuator axis and being movable along the actuator axis between an extended position and a retracted position. The assembly also comprises a buffer carriage arranged in an active configuration in which it is mounted on either the housing or the output shaft. The buffer carriage (72) has a rotary portion (26) which is rotationally coupled to the output shaft such that rotation of the output shaft about the actuator axis requires corresponding rotation of the rotary portion. The rotary portion is rotationally restrained when the buffer carriage is in the active configuration. The one of the housing and output shaft on which the buffer carriage is not mounted has a first abutment surface which is positioned to act on the buffer carriage when the output shaft reaches one of the extended position and the retracted position, such that continued movement of the output shaft beyond said position moves the buffer carriage from the active configuration towards a first passive configuration. The rotary portion is rotatable about the actuator axis when the buffer carriage is in the first passive configuration.


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