WO/2015/130161 STAND FOR A PORTABLE DEVICE WITH A GRAPHIC USER INTERFACE DISPLAY||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2014/050124||BAKKERELKHUIZEN INNOVATIONS B.V.||VAN HOOFT, Jan Thomas Lambertus|
A stand for supporting a portable display device with a graphic user interface display screen in a generally upright position leaning backward. The stand has a carrier panel and a support pivotable relative to the carrier panel about a pivot axis, between a transport position and a support position for supporting the carrier panel in an orientation projecting obliquely upward from the support surface. An angle setting member holds the carrier panel and the support at a set mutual angle when the support is in its support position. A device holder is attached or attachable to the device in a fixed position and adjustably connected to the carrier panel for guided movement in a direction perpendicular to the pivot axis and in rotational sense about an axis of rotation perpendicular to the carrier panel.
WO/2015/130160 PANEL INTERCONNECTABLE WITH SIMILAR PANELS FOR FORMING A COVERING||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2014/050118||INNOVATIONS 4 FLOORING HOLDING N.V.||BOUCKÉ, Eddy Alberic|
The invention relates to a panel, in particular a floor panel (1), comprising a first complementary locking mechanism on a first pair of opposed edges (5, 6) and a second complementary locking mechanism on the other opposed edges (7, 8), whereby the first locking mechanism is designed to allow vertical and horizontal interlocking by angling down of the panel while the second mechanism is designed for vertical movement and horizontal locking thereby interconnecting similar panels and forming a covering. The invention also relates to a covering consisting of mutually connected floor panels according to the invention. The invention further relates to a method of assembling multiple floor panels for forming a covering.
WO/2015/130162 BUSHING INTENDED FOR CONNECTING A BLADE ROOT OF A WIND TURBINE BLADE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY TO A HUB OF A TURBINE||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2014/050849||VIVENTUS HOLDING B.V.||KUIPERS, Edo Johannes Hendrikus|
The invention relates to a bus intended for the direct or indirect connection of a blade root of a wind turbine blade to a hub of a turbine, comprising an elongated body which is intended for long- term integration of the blade root during production of the wind turbine blade, wherein the body is provided with a hollow space extending at least in part extending from a first end of the body on the longitudinal side of the body and the hollow space on the periphery at least partly with a thread for attaching the blade root to the hub by means of a bolt, in which the body in the longitudinal direction comprises two, preferably cylindrically symmetrical, sections, both extending in the longitudinal direction of the body, of which the first part has a constant outer diameter Dl and a width Wl and extending from the first side of the body and a second part, which is adjacent to the first portion and has a width W2 and a decreasing outer diameter in the direction of a second end of the body, wherein the outer diameter of the second portion decreases from Dl to D2, wherein Dl> D2.
WO/2015/130166 PROCESS FOR PRODUCING YOUNG CHICKEN||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050116||HATCHTECH GROUP B.V.||METER, Tjitze|
The invention relates to a method for producing chicken at a hatchery, the method comprising; - incubating a batch of eggs in an incubating device during an incubating period of between about 7 to about 20 days, and then, - for each egg of the batch, detecting the presence of a hatchable chicken embryo, - based on the presence of a hatchable chicken embryo, dividing the batch of eggs into at least a hatchable batch portions and a not-hatchable batch portion, - hatching the hatchable batch portion until hatching occurs, - rearing of chicken hatched from said hatchable batch portion, wherein the method comprises at the hatchery processing the not-hatchable batch portion into feed and administering said feed at the hatchery to hatched chickens during rearing.
WO/2015/130164 INFLATABLE BATHTUB||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/000009||OBLOMOV CAPITAL B.V.||KUIPERS, Arnoud|
An inflatable bathtub which enables efficient use of water and space. The bathtub also provides comfort and ease of use with respect to e.g. cleaning, storing, filling with water, emptying, carrying and moving. The bathtub comprises upright side walls consisting of inflatable side tubes. The side tubes at least partly extend around the circumference of the bathtub in a horizontal plane. The bathtub further comprises a bottom section attached to the bottom side on the side walls. At least a part of the outside of the side walls is curved inwardly in the horizontal plane. The side walls, being up to a certain level flexible, but in a way biased in an inward direction, are forced in an outward direction. The inward bias and the outward pressure by the water results in a straitening of the walls or any other predetermined shape of the side walls.
WO/2015/130170 MIRROR ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM, IN PARTICULAR FOR A WING MIRROR FOR A MOTOR VEHICLE||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050121||MCI (MIRROR CONTROLS INTERNATIONAL) NETHERLANDS B.V.||DE GROEN, Amee Heleen|
The invention especially relates to a mirror adjustment mechanism (1), in particular for a wing mirror for a motor vehicle, having a base part (2) with a mirror support (3) arranged pivotally relative thereto, wherein between the base part and the mirror support a damping means (4) is arranged, comprising a collar portion (6), coupled to the mirror support, encompassing a ball portion (8), coupled to the base part, or vice versa, both constituting a ball joint arrangement, wherein a slide element slidingly engaged between the ball portion and the collar portion in such a way that it restrains movement of the collar portion relative to the ball portion, resulting from movement the mirror support relative to the base part, wherein the slide element is a spring ring (10) slidingly abutting on contact surfaces (12) of the ball portion and coupled to the collar portion.
WO/2015/130171 BELT CONVEYOR ASSEMBLY||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050123||GUIDE2TRACK S.ÀR.L||CLERX, Franciscus Antonius Petrus|
The invention provides a belt conveyor assembly comprising a guide roller, with a guide roller axle (7), wherein the roller surface is configured from a number of axially movable segments (la, lb,...) distributed over the circumference of the roller surface and secured from rotating around the roller axle, characterized in that the belt conveyor assembly comprises a reset element (2a, 2b), and the guide roller (100) comprises a number of shafts (5), wherein each segment of the guide roller is connected to one or more shafts (5), and wherein the guide roller (100) comprises ball bushings (6) for engaging the shafts (5).
WO/2015/130169 PANEL INTERCONNECTABLE WITH SIMILAR PANELS FOR FORMING A COVERING||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050120||INNOVATIONS 4 FLOORING HOLDING N.V.||BOUCKÉ, Eddy Alberic|
The invention relates to a panel, in particular a floor panel, interconnectable with similar panels for forming a covering. The invention also relates to a covering consisting of mutually connected floor panels according to the invention. The invention further relates to a method of assembling multiple floor panels for forming a covering.
WO/2015/130172 ANTIBODIES THAT BIND EGFR AND ERBB3||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050124||MERUS B.V.||LOGTENBERG, Ton|
The invention relates in one aspect to bispecific antibodies comprising a first antigen-binding site that binds EGFR and a second antigen-binding site that binds Erb B-3, wherein the antibody has a half maximal growth inhibitory concentration (IC50) of less than 200 p M for inhibiting EGFR and/or Erb B-3 ligand induced growth of Bx PC3 cells or Bx PC3-luc2 cells. Further described are method for producing the bispecific antibodies and means and methods for the treatment of subjects with the antibodies.
WO/2015/130165 PIPING SCREEN||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050082||BAGGERMAATSCHAPPIJ BOSKALIS B.V.||VAN EIJK, Johannes Kasper|
The invention relates to an assembly of a screen panel and a screen driving device for driving the screen panel into the ground, wherein the screen panel comprises parallel coupling edges and a geotextile extending between the coupling edges, wherein multiple screen panels are coupled in series at the coupling edges to form a piping screen, wherein the screen driving device comprises a front plate and a back plate that extend parallel and opposite to each other to form an intermediate space between the facing main surfaces of these plates, and a supply of pressurized water or air to insert water or air into the intermediate space, wherein the screen panel is inserted between the front plate and the back plate with the geotextile in the intermediate space.