WO/2015/002553 IMPROVED PROCESSES IN THE PREPARATION OF COCONUT MEAT BASED COMPOSITIONS AND FILMS||WO||08.01.2015|
||PCT/PH2014/000014||KIMES, Priscila, F.||KIMES, Priscila, F.|
This invention pertains to the processes in the preparation of fresh coconut meat based compositions and films, including its improvements and modifications, comprising mainly of coconut meat wherein other fruit and vegetables are added as flavourings and enhancers. These coconut meat based compositions and films can be used as crepes, rolls, and or wraps, which are usually employed in wrapping any food such as fresh fruits, vegetables, salads, or cooked meat/fish, and any combination thereof, after which are rolled, folded and eaten directly during meals or as snacks. The compositions and films, being mainly composed of fresh young coconut meat, are highly nutritious, gluten-free, cholesterol-free, raw, vegan, low carb, no added salt, and beneficial for human health. Further, the compositions and films can desirably be eaten directly, baked, steamed, fried, grilled and can remain fresh for up to twelve (12) months or longer, without chemical preservatives.
WO/2014/193249 WADING IMPLEMENT||WO||04.12.2014|
||PCT/PH2014/000012||BORJA, John Barnard L.||BORJA, John Barnard L.|
The present invention provides for a wading implement (10) suitable for use in times of flooding. Said wading implement (10) has a sole (100) made of lightweight material, a pliable upper (220) connected to the sole (100); and a suspender (300) connected to the upper (220). The length of the upper (220) is predetermined so that the opening thereof extends towards the thighs of the user so as to sustain high flood levels. On the other hand, its diameter is also pre-selected such that it is larger than the foot and leg of the user. Because of this design, the disclosed wading implement (10) can be worn over the shoes and pants of the user without requiring him to switch footwear thereby reducing hassle on the part of the wearer.
WO/2014/182183 REMOTE CONTROLLER FOR ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES SUCH AS TELEVISION AND THE LIKE||WO||13.11.2014|
||PCT/PH2013/000015||OLIVAR, Dante||OLIVAR, Dante|
This utility model relates to a remote controller for televisions, video recorders/players comprising a housing having an upper and lower shells, said upper shell being provided with a plurality of different slots adapted to receive different sizes of push buttons, and a printed circuit board with electronic parts disposed inside said housing, characterized in that a circular channel adjustment control and a volume adjustment control traversing respective slots on said upper shell, each of said circular channel and volume adjustment control being pivotally secured to said housing, and each being provided with opposing forward lug and rear lug protruding outwardly from the periphery thereof and in communication with said printed circuit board.
WO/2014/178734 MACHINE AND METHOD FOR GRAVITATIONAL-MAGNETIC ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION||WO||06.11.2014|
||PCT/PH2014/000011||CAYUBIT, Restituto, A.||CAYUBIT, Restituto, A.|
The invention is a machine for electricity production and other day-to-day uses that may apply, that does not use fossil fuels and renewable energies but rather gravitational and magnetic energies to function or operate. The invention as a prime mover includes its major parts comprising a shaft attached to the bearings mounted on stands, a spinner attached or welded to the said shaft, a magnetic spinner attached to the said shaft, said shaft being made such that it is capable of rotating and resisting or carrying the load of the spinner including the other parts and accessories attached to the said shaft, said spinner is being made to spin together with the said shaft, said magnetic spinner is being made so as to function and make a rotation or spinning when switch on, aside from the main parts, a dynamo is also included along other parts, accessories, operating and controlling means provided in the system such that capable of starting, operating, insulating and stopping the function or operation of the invention machine.
WO/2014/163514 A CABLED PIPE RACK||WO||09.10.2014|
||PCT/PH2013/000011||GARCIA, Rolando, S.||GARCIA, Rolando, S.|
A cabled pipe rack is an assembly of structural elements put together to form a robust structural framework to function similar to conventional pipe rack. The invention employs tension cables to support lateral movements of transverse frames along the longitudinal direction. Tension cables are primarily anchored to the main anchoring structures strategically located at both ends of cabled pipe rack assembly. This structural assembly is a zero braced pipe rack completely eliminates pipe clashing issues to any bracing elements. This innovation have taken the structural benefits from a composite column made up of steel and concrete with a fully rigid connection at the base, and a fully welded joint connections of transverse beams and columns. The invention is a unique structural system seen as a suitable substitute to the conventional pipe rack.
WO/2014/158037 PROCESS FOR PRODUCING CARBON FROM POLY-ALCOHOLS AND THE PRODUCTS THEREFOR||WO||02.10.2014|
||PCT/PH2014/000009||ENRIQUEZ, Erwin, P.||ENRIQUEZ, Erwin, P.|
The present invention relates in general to the production of carbon from low molecular weight poly-alcohols. Specifically, it relates to the carbonization of volatile poly-alcohols having 2-6 carbons, such as glycol and glycerol. More specifically, it is directed to a process of producing carbon from poly-alcohols having 2- 6 carbons comprising the steps of adding acid or base to the poly-alcohol at a 0.5 - 10 mol % concentration in the final mixture, and heating the mixture to a temperature within the range of 200°C - 1000°C in a chamber of controlled inert atmosphere.
WO/2014/142683 A GUITAR BRIDGE SYSTEM||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/PH2013/000021||TIMUAT, Adolfo, Toyoda||TIMUAT, Adolfo, Toyoda|
The present invention relates to guitar bridge system comprising a generally plano-convex shaped main body having a first slot at the forward portion and a second slot at the central portion thereof, said second slot is formed by a downwardly inclining wall commencing proximate the position of said first slot and terminating to an inner vertical wall being formed therein; a base provided on said first slot, said base having an auxiliary slot formed at the central portion thereof; a first supporting means provided on said auxiliary slot and upwardly extending therefrom; a second supporting means provided on said inner vertical wall; a third supporting means provided on the rearward portion of said main body; and a plurality of spaced apart main holes provided on said third supporting means and extending up to said second supporting means.
WO/2014/133401 HIGH DOSE EXTENDED-RELEASE POTASSIUM CITRATE WAX MATRIX TABLET||WO||04.09.2014|
||PCT/PH2013/000007||MENDOZA, Wendell, G.||MENDOZA, Wendell, G.|
The present invention relates to a high dose extended-release potassium citrate tablet containing carnauba wax, which contains a first portion of melt- or heat-granulated carnauba wax and potassium citrate; and a second portion of non-granulated potassium citrate. The high dose extended-release potassium citrate tablet of this invention has robust batch-to-batch dissolution and friability; and leads to improved production capacity and reduced production cost.
WO/2014/126486 PHARMACOLOGICAL INDICATIONS AND USES OF PREPARATIONS FROM DIOSCOREA HISPIDA||WO||21.08.2014|
||PCT/PH2014/000005||LEANO, Milagros B.||LEANO, Milagros B.|
The present invention, comprised of the crude aqueous extract of Dioscorea hispida, an indigenous plant from the Philippines, has been shown to have sedative, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects. The sedative effect is comparable to sodium barbiturate, a potent sedative and anaesthetic, with D. hispida having a faster onset of lethargy. Moreover, significant anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects are comparable to indomethacin and aspirin. As such, this technology may be applied for general or localized anaesthesia, sleeping pills, pain killers, and modulation of inflammation.
WO/2014/126487 DIAGNOSIS AND DETECTION OF DENGUE VIRUS INFECTION USING CHICKEN EGG ANTIBODIES||WO||21.08.2014|
||PCT/PH2014/000006||YU, Gracia, Fe, B.||YU, Gracia, Fe, B.|
The management of dengue requires an early and accurate diagnosis. With the advantages of providing high sensitivity for clinical and point-of-care flexibility, an invention utilizing the use of chicken egg antibodies is presented, which can be used for various platforms to detect the envelope protein of the dengue virus in biological samples such as blood, serum, plasma and urine. Such antibodies can be applied in various platforms, such as immunoassays, immunostaining and blotting procedures.