WO/2016/190750 BETA-CASEIN A2 AND ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050081||THE A2 MILK COMPANY LIMITED||CLARKE, Andrew John|
Improving the antioxidant capacity in an animal by increasing the level of glutathione in the blood or tissue of the animal comprising providing a composition containing beta- casein to the animal for consumption, where the beta-casein comprises at least 75% by weight of one or more beta-caseins not capable of producing beta-casomorphin-7 on enzymatic digestion. Uses include as an oxidant, for treating or preventing the symptoms of cancer, inflammation, kwashiorkor (protein deficiency), seizure, autism, Down's syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, sickle cell anaemia, liver disease, cystic fibrosis, HIV, AIDS, infection, heart attack, stroke, and diabetes, avoiding or reducing the effects of aging, promoting the recovery of tissue following physical exercise, and promoting fertility.
WO/2016/190751 AN EDGE FINISHING FOR A MESH||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050083||ULLRICH MACHINERY COMPANY LIMITED||ULLRICH, Mark|
An edge finishing for a mesh formed by interlacing adjacent wire pickets, each picket formed in a zig-zag manner, the edge finishing comprising two interlinked loops where a first loop is formed from a first picket of the adjacent pickets and a second loop is formed from a second picket of the adjacent pickets, wherein the first loop and the second loop are interlocked together, via first and second loop-ends, at an intersection of the first picket and the second picket.
WO/2016/190752 A HAT WITH A REMOVABLE BRIM||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050086||HALL, Stephen||HALL, Stephen|
A hat comprising: a crown, a detachable brim made substantially from plastic and a central link which is secured to the crown wherein the hat is formed such that the brim protrudes outwardly from the crown and wherein the brim is able to releasably engage with the central link such that in use a user can remove and replace the brim.
WO/2016/190753 A SHROUD FOR AN AIRCRAFT||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050087||DOTTEREL TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED||ROWE, Samuel Seamus|
A shroud for an aircraft having a noise reducing material on or in an inner surface of the shroud adjacent to one or more tips of the propeller. The noise reducing material is preferably an electrospun nanomaterial, particularly a ridged composite acoustic nanofibre. The interior surface of the shroud may be provided with a plurality of sound deflectors configured to dissipate sound by reflection and refraction, and absorb sound into the shroud body. The sound deflectors may be ribs or arrangements of discrete reflector elements.
WO/2016/190754 IMPROVEMENTS TO HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050088||SOLARJOULE IP HOLDINGS LIMITED||COULTER, Grace|
A solar heat collector (100) is provided which has a plurality of upper air channels (3) arranged adjacently. A first flow control means (20) is provided at a first end of the upper air channels (3) and a second flow control means (20) is provided at a second end of the air channels (3). Each flow control means (20) is movable between a first position in which flow through the upper air channels (3) is substantially prevented and a second position wherein flow though the upper air channels (3) is permitted. Also described are a heat exchanger (100B), a fan (72), and a variety of flow modes.
WO/2016/186520 INDUCTIVE POWER TRANSMITTER||WO||24.11.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050074||POWERBYPROXI LIMITED||CHEN, Liang|
An inductive power transmitter (2) comprising: a power transmitting coil (7) configured to receive an AC voltage; a capacitor (305) configured to connect in series with the coil (7); and a switch (303) configured to connect in series with the coil (7); wherein the switch (303) is switched based on a variable control effort parameter Vctrl configured to determine the current through the coil (7).
WO/2016/186521 HAEMOLYSIS STABILISING COMPOSITION||WO||24.11.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050077||CANTERBURY SCIENTIFIC LIMITED||OWEN, Maurice Cedric|
Described herein are haemolysis stabilising compositions and methods of use in the medical industry for the analysis of whole blood samples from patients. The compositions contain a combination of agents comprising at least one red blood cell membrane solubilisation agent, at least one chelating agent, at least one methaemoglobin binding agent, at least one pH buffering agent, at least one anticoagulant agent and at least one haemoglobin stabilising agent that contributes to improved stability of haemoglobin during transportation at ambient temperatures and improved ease of use in collecting and analysing the collected whole blood samples.
WO/2016/186522 INDUCTIVE POWER RECEIVER||WO||24.11.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050079||POWERBYPROXI LIMITED||CHEN, Liang|
An inductive power receiver comprising: a power receiving coil; a power regulation stage, configured to connect in parallel with the power receiving coil, and a tuning capacitance configured to connect in series between the power receiving coil and a rectification stage and/or a load, wherein the power regulator is configured with a short circuit control strategy.
WO/2016/186523 PLANT MATTER SENSOR||WO||24.11.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050080||C-DAX LIMITED||SHEARER, Greig Edgeworth|
A plant matter sensor comprising: one or more emitters configured to emit two or more vertically spaced signals toward a plant; and one or more receivers configured to receive two or more reflected signals from the plant.
WO/2016/186524 ANIMAL WEIGHT MANAGEMENT||WO||24.11.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050084||HEYREX LIMITED||SOLLY, Mark Cameron|
A system for animal weight management comprising a database having animal food information, a food plan section to allow creation of a food plan for an animal, an exercise plan section to allow creation of an exercise plan for the animal, a monitoring section including storage to store information about the weight history of the animal and the animal's activity, and a monitor adapted to be attached to the animal and provide information about the animal's activity to the monitoring section.