WO/2016/146859 DEVICE FOR PERSONALISING FOOTWEAR||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2015/070181||CALZAMEDI, S.L.||GARCÍA MARTÍNEZ, Javier|
The invention relates to a device for personalising footwear, comprising a last that can be inserted into an item of footwear, the last comprising a body from which at least one extruding means protrudes, the extruding means being movable, by actuating means, against the upper of the footwear so as to widen a particular area of the footwear, where the actuating means comprise a worm drive, the crown gear transmitting rotational movement to a tractive bar including a screwed portion which transforms said rotational movement into a linear movement of the extruding means.
WO/2016/146860 HEADLINER FOR VEHICLE ROOF WITH TRANSPARENT PORTION||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2015/070189||GRUPO ANTOLÍN-INGENIERÍA, S. A.||RODRÍGUEZ TEJIDO, Abel|
Headliner for vehicle roof with a transparent portion, where said headliner (1) comprises an opening (7) in correspondence with said transparent portion. To reinforce the headliner (1) weakened by the presence of the opening, the headliner (1) comprises a plastic frame (2) in a single piece located in the area corresponding to the perimeter of the opening and attached to the headliner (1) comprising four straight segments (2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4) and four curved segments (2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8) distributed along the entire perimeter (7.1) of the opening (7), such that each curved segment (2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8) is connected to two of the straight segments (2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4), and such that each one of the curved segments (2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8) comprises a notch (3, 4) the edge thereof describes a curved line without corners that delimits the area of said notch (3, 4).
WO/2016/146863 FIRE DOOR LOCK WITH LATCH BOLT IMMOBILISER||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2016/070106||TALLERES DE ESCORIAZA, S.A.||GOÑI URBIETA, Fernando|
The invention relates to a fire door lock with a latch bolt immobiliser, of the type which is provided with a lock housing (9) having a central axis of symmetry (14) and equidistant insertion openings for lock cylinders (12) above and below the central axis (14) for use in doors that open on the right or on the left, and a latch bolt (5) which projects beyond the front of the lock (10) at the level of a central axis. The lock incorporates a lever (6) which is connected to the rocker (7) and the guard (8) and is able to move horizontally and in tandem into its immobilising position when the cam (13) on the lock cylinder (12) is actuated, preventing contact between the actuating end (2a) of the follower (2) and the actuating lug (7a) of the rocker (7) during its rotational movement.
WO/2016/146871 ARTICULATED, DISMANTLABLE MODULAR SCAFFOLD||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2016/070159||AYUDAME A AYUDARTE S.L||VALERO VASSEUR, Victor|
The invention relates to an articulated, dismantlable modular scaffold of the type that is assembled by parts on the place of work, being a structure that can be assembled and disassembled. The scaffold is characterised in that it consists of the following parts, articulated together: vertical tubes (1); knots (N), which are the point at which the vertical tubes meet with horizontal or diagonal tubes, formed by two symmetrical, semicircular half-knots; horizontal tubes (6); horizontal fastening means (H) having a bolt-like latch (9) on the lower part; diagonal tubes (21); and diagonal fastening means (D) situated on each end of the diagonal tube (21).
WO/2016/146861 METHOD FOR PREPARING A PACKAGED POTATO MILLEFEUILLE, AND POTATO MILLEFEUILLE PRODUCED||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2016/000037||TINARS, SL||GASCONS DÍAS, Marc|
The invention relates to a method comprising cutting potatoes into slices that are between 1 and 2 mm thick, stacking said slices in alternate superposed layers in a mould (20) with side walls (22, 23) having an inside height measuring between 2 and 3 cm, thermally treating the millefeuille and then cooling and packaging same. Said method also includes a preserving step involving vacuum-packaging the mould (2G) with the potato millefeuille in a plastic film packaging (25) before the thermal treatment, and subjecting said vacuum-packaged millefeuille to said thermal treatment which causes the pasteurisation thereof.
WO/2016/146866 GLASSES FOR ALIGNING THE CERVICAL VERTEBRAE||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2016/070146||VAZQUEZ GONZALEZ, Carlos||VAZQUEZ GONZALEZ, Carlos|
The invention relates to a device for allowing the correct positioning of the head in relation to the cervical vertebrae, preventing cervical injuries. To this end, the invention relates to the addition of horizontal occlusion means (5) to a conventional glasses structure, said means affecting a percentage of the surface of said devices, proportionally to the angle that the patient must correct in order to correctly align the head with the cervical vertebrae. The invention also comprises levelling means on the front and on at least one sidepiece so as to ensure correct positioning both in the vertical profile plane and the vertical elevation plane, so as to obtain an optimum posture.
WO/2016/146873 DEVICE AND METHOD FOR MEASURING ELECTRICAL MAGNITUDES||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2016/070167||UNIVERSIDAD DE HUELVA||MARQUEZ SANCHEZ, Marco Antonio|
The invention relates to a device for measuring electrical magnitudes at a measuring point of a load in a circuit, and a method for measuring electrical magnitudes by means of the device. The device quantifies a distortion introduced into the circuit by the load, on the basis of voltage data acquisition (5A) and current data acquisition (6A), and generates a measurement result (7D) from the Harmonic Global Index (HGI) (7B) and Load Characterization Index (LCI) (7C). In the method, a series of parameters are calculated from the acquisition of digital measurements of voltage (3A) and of current (4A).
WO/2016/146874 APPARATUS FOR PRESERVING BULK ICE||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2016/070170||DE LOS SANTOS JUAN, Pedro Enrique||DE LOS SANTOS JUAN, Pedro Enrique|
The invention relates to an apparatus for preserving bulk ice, with an enclosure (3) for drying and storing ice, which has a static cold device (11) and an element (4) for attaching the ice-drying container (5) to the drying and storage enclosure (3). The attachment element (4) is actuated by a motor (6) for generating the rotation of the ice-drying container (5), and can be assisted by sensors (7) for controlling the rotation of the ice-drying container (5). The enclosure also has a tray for collecting waste (8), with a resistance (9) for melting and removing the remains of the drying process via the dewatering system (16), and various doors for discharging ice (12). In addition, the ice-preserving apparatus has an automaton or the like (15) connected to the ice producer (1), the motor (6), the sensors and the resistance (9).
WO/2016/146875 BEVERAGE CAN||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2016/070171||MARZAL LÁZARO, Enrique||MARZAL LÁZARO, Enrique|
The invention relates to a beverage can comprising: a body (1) for containing the beverage; an aperture region (3) designed to permit the release of the beverage; a pivot (5) secured in the aperture region (3); a tab (4) rotatably secured to the pivot (5), which tab (4) can be directed as desired by a user in relation to the aperture region (3) and/or the body (1); marker projections (10) positioned in the aperture region (3) and/or on the body (1) to distinguish one can from other nearby cans, depending on which marker projection (10) the tab (4) is directed towards. This allows beverage cans to be differentiated from others, in order to prevent a user mistakenly drinking from someone else's can.
WO/2016/146876 DOUBLE-BODY SYRINGE||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/ES2016/070173||MARTÍN MORAL, Daniel||MARTÍN MORAL, Daniel|
The invention relates to a double-body syringe comprising two independent modules (1a, 1b) incorporating hollow bodies (3a, 3b) inside which are fitted movable plungers (4a, 4b) for expelling products contained inside said hollow bodies, wherein the products exit via first ends of the hollow bodies, while a part of each movable plunger projects out via second ends of the hollow bodies. Attached at the first ends of the hollow bodies are nozzles (5) forming starting points for ends of cannulas (6) which converge at their opposite ends and via which the products exit separately. At the second ends of the hollow bodies there are two opposing extensions (7) in the form of wings, on which the index and middle fingers of a user rest.