WO/2016/167640 ACOUSTIC SOUND ADSORPTION MATERIAL HAVING ATTACHED SPHERE MATRIX||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050024||SOUND SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD.||LEMBACHER, Christian|
A gas adsorbing material is provided. Specifically, there is provided a molded matrix of a plurality of spherically-shaped gas adsorbing material. The individual spheres comprise particles of a highly porous gas adsorbing material and a binder. The plurality of spheres are mixed with a second binder material and molded into a desired shape for use in the back volume of an acoustic transducer such as a loudspeaker device, a microphone or a balanced armature receiver.
WO/2016/167639 FRAMELESS AUDIO TRANSDUCER FOR MOBILE APPLICATIONS INCLUDING OPTIONALLY SUPPORTED COIL WIRE AND LEADS||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050023||SOUND SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD.||SCHOEFFMANN, Michael|
A frameless audio transducer for mobile applications is provided. The invention relates to an audio transducer realized as speaker to transduce an electrical audio signal into acoustic sound or realized as receiver to transduce an acoustic sound into an electrical audio signal, which audio transducer is realized without a frame to align and fix the other parts of the audio transducer. The frameless audio transducer further includes coil lead support structures to reduce stress on the coil leads during operation.
WO/2016/167638 A PROCESS OF REMOVING FREE FATTY ACIDS FROM CRUDE VEGETABLE OIL||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/000007||SIME DARBY MALAYSIA BERHAD||CHEW Chien Lye @ Mervin|
The invention provides a process of treating crude vegetable oil, said process comprising the steps of: • providing crude vegetable oil having a FFA content of at least 0.5%; • providing biologically treated aqueous discharge from an oil milling process, said biologically treated aqueous discharge having a water content of at least 80 wt.% and a total alkalinity of at least 1,000 mg CaC03 per litre; • mixing the crude vegetable oil with the biologically treated aqueous discharge in a weight ratio of crude vegetable oil to biologically treated aqueous discharge in the range of 1 :10 to 10: 1 to produce a neutralization mixture; and • separating the neutralization mixture into treated vegetable oil and soap-containing aqueous liquor. This process offers the advantage that it enables the preparation of a crude vegetable oil with reduced FFA content without using chemicals, such as caustic soda. Furthermore, the process can be used to improve the Deterioration of Bleachability Index (DOBI) of crude vegetable oil. Finally, the process also reduces the amount of oil mill effluent.
WO/2016/163871 DISTRESS SIGNAL DISSEMINATING SYSTEM AND METHOD||WO||13.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/050061||KIAN VUI, Lo||KIAN VUI, Lo|
A system and a method for disseminating distress signals, which comprises: at least one device (101, 104, 105, 106), registered to the system, capable of transmitting or receiving the distress signal and determining position of the device, wherein said signal can be customised and transmitted by said user; and a server capable of: registering the device; receiving the signal from any one (101) of the devices from which the signal is transmitted; reading the position of the transmitting device (101); locating other device(s) (104, 105, 106) eligible to receive the signal located within a radius from said transmitting device (101) based on Euclidean distance between the said devices; conveying said signal to said receiving devices (104, 105, 106) and to a monitoring unit (103) through which a web portal and a web page are provided for a third-party member and a user respectively to view the signal.
WO/2016/163872 METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING AN RFID TAG||WO||13.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/000019||MDT INNOVATIONS SDN BHD||CHOO, Bak Cheow|
A method for manufacturing an RFID tag for use with apparels, garments, laundry-related products, soft synthetic resin material products, leather products or the like is disclosed. The method includes manufacturing the RFID tag comprising an encapsulated core which can withstand high pressure. The disclosed method further comprises inserting a booster antenna across the encapsulated core to minimize poor readability. Further, the disclosed method minimizes the use of copper material in the manufacturing of the RFID tag. Further, the disclosed method produces the RFID tag which can be stitched to apparels, garments, and other products to provide seamless tagging and sustain one or more environmental conditions such as a dry clean condition, a compression dry condition, a high temperature condition, and the like.
WO/2016/159754 COMPUTER-IMPLEMENTED METHOD FOR PROVIDING LOCATION-BASED CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATE INFORMATION||WO||06.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/000018||INTUITIVE ASSET SDN. BHD.||HAGHBINSHOMALI, Amir|
A computer-implemented method to facilitate location-based currency exchange rate comparison and to provide other information relating to the exchanging of currency. The method involves gathering information (10) relating to the exchanging of currency, electronically processing the information (12), presenting (14) the processed information to a user, and, optionally, obtaining information from the user in a feedback loop (16) as a gathering information (10) step.
WO/2016/159757 WEARABLE PROTECTIVE DEVICE AND METHOD OF PREPARATION||WO||06.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050019||POLIS DIRAJA MALAYSIA (ROYAL MALAYSIA POLICE)||LEE, Swee Meng|
There is disclosed a wearable protective device 1 comprising an exterior housing 10 adapted to be wearable and formed from polymer based composite; an interior body 11 comprising a plurality of flexibly interconnected members formed from polycarbonate composite; wherein the exterior housing 10 is formed as a vest and comprises a plurality of receptacles adapted to receive the interconnected members of the interior body 10 and hence enclose the interior body 11; wherein the plurality of flexibly interconnected members of the interior body 11 adaptably fitting the front and back surfaces of the wearer's body when worn; thus provide protection for the front and back surfaces of the wearer's body. A method is also disclosed herein.
WO/2016/159753 REPLACEMENT CONE CRUSHER WEAR LINERS||WO||06.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/000009||YOONSTEEL (M) SDN. BHD.||LOKE, Yoon Chee|
The present invention relates to a cone crusher wear liner to crush feed materials (5) such as minerals, rocks, or the like, comprising, a stationary bowl liner (10) is a downward curvature element with double open ends, to allow feed material (5) to be fed thereabove, comprising an inner circumferential crushing surface (14) comprising a plurality of crushing protrusions; a gyrating mantle liner (20) is a downward curvature element with double closed ends, gyrating at axial axis at an off-set angle to enable said feed materials (5) between said pre-set gap (15) to be crushed to a smaller portion by said plurality of crushing protrusions (30).
WO/2016/159756 A TESTING AND TAPING MACHINE||WO||06.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050017||INTOTEST SDN BHD||ABDUL RAZAK, Bukhari|
The present invention discloses an apparatus for testing and taping semiconductor devices comprises: at least two rotary testing tables (100, 200), each carrying at least one testing station (107, 207) for testing the semiconductor devices; a feeding means (101, 201) associated to each testing tables (100, 200) for feeding the semiconductor devices to its designated testing table (100, 200); a rotary taping table (300) carrying at least one taping device (304, 305, 306, 307, 308) for taping the semiconductor devices; means (400, 500) for transferring the semiconductor devices from the testing tables (100, 200) to the taping table (300); wherein the transfer of the semiconductor devices from the testing tables (100, 200) to the taping table (300) are synchronized in a way such that the semiconductor devices do not stack on the taping table (300).
WO/2016/159755 A TESTING AND TAPING MACHINE||WO||06.10.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050016||INTOTEST SDN BHD||ABDUL RAZAK, Bukhari|
The present invention discloses an apparatus for testing and taping semiconductor devices comprises: a first indexing table (300) for receiving and orientating the semiconductor devices; a second indexing table (500) carrying a tapping device (505, 506) for taping the semiconductor devices, the two tables (300, 500) synchronically operatable to transfer the semiconductor devices from the first indexing table (300) to the second indexing table (500); means (100) for feeding the semiconductor devices to the apparatus; characterised in that instead of feeding the semiconductor device to the second indexing table (500), the feed (100) is fed directly to the first indexing table (300).