WO/2016/148587 IMPROVEMENTS IN PACKAGING||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050043||TECHNOPAK LIMITED||HERMANS, Henricus Jacobus Johannes|
This invention relates to a system for, or method of, packaging a product within a packaging bag, wherein the packaging bag includes an inner liner and an outer liner. The method including the steps of marking the inner liner with a first marking means, filling the bag with the product, and subsequently marking the outer liner with a second marking means. The markings may be machine readable and/or randomly generated and stored in a database. The system may further include a machine reader, which is capable of accessing the database, and which is capable of reading the markings on the inner liner and/or the outer liner, to thus determine if an outer liner subsequently removed from an inner liner is/was the same outer liner associated with the same inner liner, at the time when the bag was filled and/or packaged.
WO/2016/148580 INDUCTIVE POWER RECEIVER||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050036||POWERBYPROXI LIMITED||ABDOLKHANI, Ali|
An inductive power receiver comprising: a power pick up stage a semi- autonomous converter connected to the power pick up stage; and a controller configured to regulate the power delivered to a load based on at least one control device associated with the converter.
WO/2016/148583 APPARATUS FOR SECURING A COUPLED ELEMENT TO A SHAFT||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050039||HOLMES SOLUTIONS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP||MCCALLISTER, John|
Described herein is an apparatus for securing a coupled element onto a shaft. More particularly, an apparatus is described that provides a tight fitment of a coupled element such as a piston onto a shaft capable of handling high pressure forces without relative movement of the coupled components and, which may minimise parts needed, provide optimal material utilisation, and avoid the requirement for fasteners.
WO/2016/148584 AN ENERGY TRANSFER APPARATUS AND METHOD OF USE||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050040||HOLMES SOLUTIONS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP||DIEHL, Andrew Karl|
Energy transfer apparatus such as a viscous damper or hydraulic cylinder apparatus are described along with their use, the apparatus generating velocity dependent damping force between two spatially separate points. The apparatus may comprise a system with a piston coupled to a rod shaft, the piston and rod shaft moving in a fitted, or sealed cylinder with end caps and fluid sealing elements at either end of the cylinder, the system containing fluid in at least one cavity located between the piston and cylinder and an accumulator fluidly connected to the at least one cavity. The rod shaft and piston move relative to the cylinder in the event of an imposed dynamic force and the accumulator counteracts over or under pressure in the at least one cavity.
WO/2016/148586 NOISE GENERATION DEVICE||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050042||B.L. TECH LIMITED||HUGILL, Mark Daniel|
A noise generation device comprising: a housing defining a chamber, the housing comprising a wall member moveable between a sealed position and an open position, wherein in the sealed position the chamber is fluidly sealed and in the open position the chamber is open; an injection assembly for injecting combustible material into the chamber; and a triggering assembly for triggering the combustible material to combust inside the chamber to generate a noise, wherein the noise generation device is configured such that the moveable wall member moves from the sealed position to the open position on combustion of the material inside the chamber to allow material to exit the chamber. A gun attachment and a simulation weapon are also disclosed.
WO/2016/148585 PATIENT INTERFACE||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050041||FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITED||RONAYNE, Michael Paul|
A patient interface can have a first body that rests on a first portion of a face of a patient, a second body that rests on a second portion of the face of the patient, and a bridge linking the first and second bodies. The patient interface can have an attachment structure that couples with a complementary fixation structure positioned on the face of the patient to secure the patient interface to the face. The fixation structure can include an adhesive to adhere the fixation structure, and thus the attached patient interface, to the face. The fixation structure can have an edge that is shaped to reduce the tendency for the fixation structure to be lifted off the face when the patient interface is detached from the face.
WO/2016/148581 A VALVE||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050037||TECHNOPAK LIMITED||RECKIN, Shane Robert|
This invention relates to a valve for use in a pipe used for transporting a substance. The valve includes a rotatable disc, a valve seat, and an actuator. The actuator is adapted to rotate the rotatable disc between a closed position, where the rotatable disc is substantially perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the pipe, and whereby the edges of the rotatable disc are adapted to seal against the valve seat, thus preventing the flow of the substance through the valve, and an open position, wherein the rotatable disc is substantially parallel to the longitudinal axis of the pipe, thus allowing for the flow of the substance through the valve. The valve also includes a protective portion adapted to cover at least a portion of the valve seat during the flow of the substance through the valve, when the valve is open.
WO/2016/148582 A FLUID CIRCUIT DEVICE||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050038||HOLMES SOLUTIONS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP||MCCALLISTER, John|
Described herein is a fluid circuit device. The device incorporates at least one pressure balancing valve located between at least two fluid volumes that can be in a pressure differential arrangement wherein the at least one pressure balancing valve acts to address a pressure differential by opening a fluid volume or volumes to a third pressure equalising volume. In use, the fluid circuit device may in one embodiment be used in an energy absorbtion apparatus.
WO/2016/144192 METHOD AND DEVICE FOR PREPARING AND EXTRACTING A BIOMOLECULE||WO||15.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050032||SAUL, David James||SAUL, David James|
The present invention provides an improved method and device for preparing, extracting, separating and/or purifying a biomolecule, for example, nucleic acid from a biological sample. The device comprises a heat-deformable material, such that an inner chamber adopts a second configuration having a chamber volume less than the chamber volume of a first configuration, thereby expelling at least a part of a processed sample through a second opening from the device, and thereby recovering the biomolecule-containing composition.
WO/2016/144193 WIRELESS POWER TRANSFER ADAPTOR||WO||15.09.2016|
||PCT/NZ2016/050035||POWERBYPROXI LIMITED||REN, Saining|
A wireless power transfer system comprising: a wireless power transfer transmitter having at least one power transmitting coil aligned in a first plane; a wireless power transfer receiver having at least one power receiving coil aligned in a second plane, the first and second planes being non-parallel to one another; and a wireless power transfer adaptor for adapting the power transferred in the first plane to power transferred in the second plane.