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1. WO/2016/133406 FLOW THERAPY SYSTEMWO25.08.2016
A61M 16/10
PCT/NZ2016/050020FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITEDPAYTON, Matthew Jon
There is disclosed system for oxygenating a patient in relation to anaesthesia using high flow gas delivery. The system has a flow source, and a controller for determining oxygenation requirements of the patient before or during anaesthesia. A method of oxygenating a patient in relation to anaesthesia using high flow gas delivery is also disclosed. The method determines oxygenation requirements of the patient before or during anaesthesia.

2. WO/2016/133407 RETRACTABLE STORAGE SYSTEMWO25.08.2016
A47B 88/04
PCT/NZ2016/050021KITCHEN KING LIMITEDBERTEKSEN, Allen
This invention relates to a system for mounting a bin in a cavity. In one form the system comprises two runners configured to be mounted in the cavity, a frame mounted on the two runners and configured to move in and out of the cavity on the runners, the frame being configured to support a lower portion of the bin, a mounting for mounting a front panel in front of the frame such that, when the frame is retracted into the cavity, the front panel substantially closes the cavity, and securement means for substantially securing an upper portion of the bin relative to the front panel. In another form the mounting is substantially free of exposed parts that may damage clothes. In another form the system comprises runner covers the prevent objects falling into the cavity contacting the runners. In another form the frame comprises an annular rim to receive a bottom end of the bin.

3. WO/2016/133405 MEANS FOR LOCATING A DATUM POINTWO25.08.2016
B23Q 17/22
PCT/NZ2016/050018BROADHEAD, DavidBROADHEAD, Robert
In a preferred embodiment the invention comprises a tool for determining a datum point for a workpiece (8). The tool has a straight-edged arm (1) adapted to align evenly with the straight edge of the workpiece (8), and also has a hub having an exterior radial edge (4) and a central aperture (3). The radial axis of the edge (4) is at the centre of the aperture (3). The edge (4) is adapted to abut against a curved edge (10) of the workpiece.

4. WO/2016/133408 OBJECT MOVEMENT CONTROL APPARATUS AND METHODWO25.08.2016
A63B 5/00
PCT/NZ2016/050023BUNGY NEW ZEALAND LIMITEDWRIGHT, Kevin Andrew
Described herein is an apparatus and method to convey an object through the air in a controlled and repeatable manner. The apparatus may comprise an object attached to at least one resilient member, the resilient member or members constraining object movement in a substantially vertical y-axis direction. The apparatus may also comprise at least one support member coupled to the at least one resilient member, and the support member or members constrain object movement in a substantially horizontal x-axis direction. In use, the resilient member is energised, movement initiated, and object movement then occurs in both an x-axis and y-axis direction, the movement path substantially governed by the resilient member(s) and the support member(s). The apparatus and method may allow the object to experience a variety of movement sensations, one being the feeling of flight or gliding.

5. WO/2016/133409 HEART MAPPING SYSTEMWO25.08.2016
A61B 5/042
PCT/NZ2016/050024AUCKLAND UNISERVICES LIMITEDSMAILL, Bruce
A method of determining physiological information for an internal body surface using an open catheter comprising multiple sensors. Sensor potentials are obtained and used to determine catheter potentials within the catheter, and the physiological information for the internal body surface is determined using at least some of the catheter potentials.

6. WO/2016/130027 WASH SYSTEM FOR WASHING APPLIANCEWO18.08.2016
A47L 15/02
PCT/NZ2016/050017FISHER & PAYKEL APPLIANCES LIMITEDMASON, Wayne Andrew
A washing machine such as a dishwashing machine, preferably of the drawer-style or table-top style, or a laundry washing machine, the washing machine having at least one low-height wash liquid conduit connecting the outlet of a sump region of a washing tub to a wash pump. The at least one low-height conduit having a transverse cross-section that is substantially oblong. In one aspect, the surface of a heating unit forms a surface of a low-height conduit. In another aspect, the sump is provided with multiple outlets. In another aspect, a cover plate is provided for covering a section of a washing tub base and the at least one low-height conduit is formed between the base of the washing tub and the cover plate by a combination thereof. In another aspect, a pump cap component is located in the washing tub, the pump cap component having upper and lower spaced walls and at least one connecting wall between the upper and lower spaced walls, the connecting wall(s) arranged so as to form a closed shape when viewed from above, the closed shape including a wash pump housing volume for an impeller of the wash pump.

7. WO/2016/130026 GRAPHITE PRODUCTION FROM BIOMASSWO18.08.2016
C01B 31/04
PCT/NZ2016/050016CARBONSCAPE LIMITEDCONNER, Gregory Thomas
The present invention relates primarily to methods of production of graphite from biomass, char or tar. The invention also provides novel apparatus and catalysts for the production of graphite from carbon-containing materials. In particular embodiments, the invention relates to the production of graphite by hydrothermal treatment of biomass to produce tar or hydrochar and graphitisation to produce graphite.

8. WO/2016/130025 OPTICAL DETECTION OF FLUORESCENCEWO18.08.2016
G01N 21/64
PCT/NZ2016/050014AUCKLAND UNISERVICES LIMITEDVANHOLSBEECK, Frederique
A system for quantifying fluorescence elicited on a substance or sample. The system has an excitation light source configured to direct light to an waveguide network. The network has a probe tip adapted to transmit excitation light to the sample and receive fluorescence light elicited from the sample. A detector is configured to receive fluorescence light from the waveguide network and output a signal corresponding to the fluorescence light power, and a control system comprising a memory component configured to store signal to noise ratio threshold values. The control system is configured to perform the steps of recording an optical background noise power measurement, transmitting excitation light to the sample for a first period of time, recording one or more optical fluorescence power measurements during the transmission of the excitation light, determining a signal to noise ratio signal to noise ratio from one or more of the recorded power measurements, comparing the signal to noise ratio to a threshold value stored in the memory component, and determining a fluorescence quantification measure from the one or more optical fluorescence power measurements when the signal to noise ratio meets or exceeds the threshold.

9. WO/2016/130022 IMPROVEMENTS IN, OR RELATING TO, LIQUID JETCRAFTWO18.08.2016
B63B 35/73
PCT/NZ2016/050010REMARKABLE SYSTEMS LIMITEDCOYLE, John Dean
A personal liquid jetcraft to seat one or more users, to, in use levitate said one or more users above a substantially horizontal surface and to move on and between planes substantially parallel to the substantially horizontal surface is disclosed. The craft has a 5 seat or seats for said one or more users to accommodate said one or more users in a substantially seated position, an inlet connection to receive pressurised fluid from a remote power source, and at least one outlet for ejection of the pressurised fluid in a jet. The jet volume, direction and pressure can be varied through controls to control movement of the craft. The controls are at least on the craft for use by at least one user, 10 and wherein the controls consist at least of a joystick to at least control translation in and between the planes by controlling at least the direction of the jet, a throttle to control either or both of the volume and the pressure.

10. WO/2016/130023 INDUCTIVE POWER RECEIVERWO18.08.2016
H01F 38/00
PCT/NZ2016/050012POWERBYPROXI LIMITEDABDOLKHANI, Ali
An inductive power receiver having a power pick-up stage and a power rectification and regulation stage consisting of a single current control element configured to rectify the voltage from the power pick-up stage in a first half cycle and to regulate the voltage from the power pick-up stage in a second half cycle.


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