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1. WO/2015/057084 HORTICULTURAL TOOLWO23.04.2015
A01B 1/00
PCT/NZ2014/000218ROLLING STONE CLEANING CO LIMITEDLUCAS, Christopher Francis
A horticultural tool that includes at least two handle portions connected to each other and at least two gripping portions that are each connected to a handle portion. Each gripping portion may be angled relative to the longitudinal axis of the handle portion to which it is attached.

2. WO/2015/057083 A PATIENT INTERFACEWO23.04.2015
A61M 16/06
PCT/NZ2014/000217FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITEDRONAYNE, Michael Paul
This invention relates to a patient interface, such as a nasal cannula, comprising a body to be positioned upon a user (preferably such as a user's face), the body including at least one (and preferably a pair of) nasal prong(s), the or each nasal prong including a lumen capable of being fluidly connected thereto for fluid communication with a supply of breathable gas, the or each nasal prong to be in a configuration either inserted into, or to direct a flow of gas toward, a nare or the nares of the user's nose, wherein the body includes at least one element responsive to force(s) or movement(s), or both, experienced by at least a first region of the patient interface.

3. WO/2015/057087 HEADGEARWO23.04.2015
A61M 16/06
PCT/NZ2014/050005FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITEDBROWN, Kyle Gregory
Headgear for a respiratory interface comprising multiple separate sections of material joined to form the headgear and different levels of resilient extensibility or stretchability in at least four different parts or straps of the headgear.

4. WO/2015/057086 AN APPARATUS FOR MOUNTING AN ARTICLE TO A VEHICLE, AND AN ARTICLE FOR USE THEREWITHWO23.04.2015
B60R 9/00
PCT/NZ2014/050003AEROE SPORTS LIMITEDMAGUIRE, Patrick David
An apparatus for attaching an article to a vehicle, having a first engagement member and a second engagement member spaced from the first engagement member along a longitudinal axis and that is slidable relative to the first engagement member along the longitudinal axis between an engaged position and a disengaged position. The apparatus has a transverse plane extending generally through the apparatus and coincident with the longitudinal axis. The first and second engagement members each have a retaining portion that is non-perpendicular relative to the transverse plane and configured to be received by respective engagement features on the article, wherein the article comprises first and second attachment features suitable to receive the first and second engagement members.

5. WO/2015/057085 A CARRIER FOR MOUNTING TO A VEHICLEWO23.04.2015
B60R 9/06
PCT/NZ2014/000219FREELOAD AUTO LIMITEDMAGUIRE, Patrick, David
A bicycle carrier for mounting to a vehicle, the carrier comprising: a mounting portion for attaching the carrier to a vehicle; a main member attached to the mounting portion; and a pair of wheel supports fixed relative to the main member and at an angle of between about 35 degrees and about 55 degrees to a substantially horizontal axis, such that upper ends of the wheel supports are closer together than lower ends of the wheel supports; wherein each wheel support comprises a channel for partial receipt of a bicycle wheel, and wherein the wheel supports are configured to support the wheels of bicycles having a range of wheel diameters and/or wheel base lengths.

6. WO/2015/053638 A METHOD OF FABRICATION OF LAMINATES OF ELASTIC MATERIAL SUITABLE FOR DIELECTRIC ELASTOMER SENSINGWO16.04.2015
B32B 7/02
PCT/NZ2014/000216STRETCHSENSE LIMITEDO'BRIEN, Benjamin Marc
In one aspect the invention provides a method of fabricating a laminate of flexible and compliant layers of material, such as used to provide a dielectric elastomer sensor. According to the method a flexible and compliant layer of material which is affixed to a substrate to avoid strain during processing is bonded to another layer of flexible and compliant material and released from the substrate to form a laminate. The layer of flexible and compliant material affixed to the substrate may be inspected prior to bonding.

7. WO/2015/053636 VETERINARY FORMULATIONS AND METHODSWO16.04.2015
A61K 31/365
PCT/NZ2014/000214HARRISON, Gary, RobertHARRISON, Gary, Robert
The invention relates to methods and formulations for veterinary treatment. In particular, the invention relates to methods and formulations for improving the treatment of pathogenic and/or resistant worm strains in an animal by administering to the animal a parasitically effective amount of at least two different macrocyclic lactones, wherein at least one of the macrocyclic lactones is a milbemycin and at least one of the macrocyclic lactones is an avermectin. The invention also or alternatively relates to a method of reducing the reinfection by a pathogenic and/or resistant worm strain following treatment.

8. WO/2015/053637 CABINET LEVELLING APPARATUSWO16.04.2015
F16M 7/00
PCT/NZ2014/000215DESIGNERSCOPE LIMITEDDE BRUIN, Wim Jan
An apparatus for adjusting a height adjustable leg for supporting a cabinet, appliance or structure is described. The apparatus includes a coupling comprising a driven member or feature. The coupling forms part of a height adjustable leg. The apparatus also includes a tool comprising a driving member and a torque input for applying torque to the driving member. The tool and the coupling are complementarily adapted to releasably maintain engagement between the driving member and the driven member or feature to allow the driving member to drive the driven member or feature to rotate the coupling about a longitudinal axis of the leg for height adjustment of the leg. The driving member and the driven member are gears that releasably mesh together when the tool is engaged with the coupling.

9. WO/2015/053639 BRACKET ASSEMBLY AND METHODWO16.04.2015
E04B 1/38
PCT/NZ2014/050002EVANS, ShaunEVANS, Shaun
A bracket assembly for connecting or linking an overhead roof structure to below roof structure elements of a building. The below roof structure elements include a wall having a top plate member or ceiling support structure. The bracket assembly comprise overhead fixing members, a bracket member, bearing member, sleeve member, and below roof structure fastener, which are interconnected and fastened together. One end of the bracket member is connectable to the overhead fixing members to the overhead roof structure and the other end of the bracket member is connectable to the below roof structure fastener which is connectable to the below roof structure. The bearing member and sleeve member are located and connected between the bracket member and the below roof structure such that the bracket member rests without loading on the bearing member which then rests on the sleeve member which when in use rests without loading on the below roof structure, which are adapted to provide structural integrity between the below roof structure and overhead structure. Various methods are also disclosed.

10. WO/2015/050464 IN-SITU OPTICAL DENSITY SENSORWO09.04.2015
G01N 21/49
PCT/NZ2014/000213MASSEY UNIVERSITYSARASWAT, Mack
The present invention relates to optical measurement devices and systems, and methods of using these systems and devices, and more particularly but not exclusively it relates to a system and apparatus adapted to measure optical properties in-situ.


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