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1. WO/2016/191771 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTING A BUILDINGWO01.12.2016
E04B 1/348
PCT/ZA2016/000011SNYMAN, Willem HendrikSNYMAN, Willem Hendrik
This invention relates to a system and method for constructing a building. More specifically, the invention relates to a system and method for constructing a cost-effective, modular, prefabricated, bolted-together building capable of being quickly erected and, if required, easily disassembled, moved and re-erected such that the building may be used as a permanent or temporary structure. The system comprises a plurality of: primary columns (46); loadbearing sidewall panels (66) supportable by said primary columns (46), loadbearing end wall panels (68) supportable by said primary columns (46); roof trusses (72) for fastening to the sidewalls (66) and/or to the end walls (68); roof panels (88) fastenable to the roof trusses (72), and a plurality of bolts and/or nuts for fastening the primary columns (46), sidewall panels (66), end wall panels (68), roof trusses (72) and roofing panels (88) to one another. The sidewall panels (66) define a plurality of truss slots (54) along operative top ends sized and shaped for supporting the roof trusses (72) therein. The bolts and/or nuts are positioned in the building in a manner that are operatively accessible for tightening and/or loosening from within the building space only.

2. WO/2016/191772 ITEM INFORMATION AND TRACKING SYSTEMWO01.12.2016
G06Q 10/08
PCT/ZA2016/050016POWER, David CollinsPOWER, David Collins
This invention relates to an item information and tracking system (1). There is provided an item information and tracking system (1) comprising a pre-produced label (2) including a unique identifier (3). The invention includes a computer program, providing access to an information input feature (12) for adding information relating to the label (2), and an information retrieval feature (13) for retrieving information previously added in relation to the label. The input and retrieval features being accessible remotely by a person with the label (2), wherein the input feature (12) is presented to the person on first access to add information relating to the label (2) and the retrieval feature (13) shows the added information on subsequent access. It is envisaged that the invention will provide an item information and tracking system (1) which is simple to use, may be packaged and store bought, and is cost effective compared to the prior art.

3. WO/2016/187625 WATER TREATMENT USING CRYPTOCRYSTALLINE MAGNESITEWO24.11.2016
C02F 1/52
PCT/ZA2015/050003CSIRVHAHANGWELE, Masindi
A process for the treatment of contaminated water (10) includes contacting the contaminated water with cryptocrystalline magnesite (14) thereby to remove one or more contaminants from the water. The invention extends to powdered cryptocrystalline magnesite with a particle size such that the powdered or particulate cryptocrystalline magnesite is able to pass through a 125 µm particle size sieve for use in the treatment of water.

4. WO/2016/187626 WATER TREATEMENT USING A CRYPTOCRYSTALLINE MAGNESITE - BENTONITE CLAY COMPOSITEWO24.11.2016
C02F 1/52
PCT/ZA2015/050004CSIRVHAHANGWELE, Masindi
A process for the treatment of contaminated water includes contacting the contaminated water with a cryptocrystalline magnesite – bentonite clay composite thereby to remove one or more contaminants from the water. The invention extends to a method for the manufacture of a cryptocrystalline magnesite – bentonite clay composite wherein an admixture of cryptocrystalline magnesite and bentonite clay is milled to a desired particle size with amorphization of the magnesite and bentonite clay in the resultant cryptocrystalline magnesite – bentonite clay composite, and to a cryptocrystalline magnesite – bentonite clay composite.

5. WO/2016/183600 DETONATOR INFORMATION SYSTEMWO17.11.2016
F42D 1/05
PCT/ZA2016/050014DETNET SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTDLIEBENBERG, Abraham Johannes
A blasting system in which environmental and installation data prevailing at the time a detonator is loaded into a borehole are stored in the detonator and are made available to an operator before the detonator is fired.

6. WO/2016/183601 DETONATOR CONTROL SYSTEMWO17.11.2016
F42D 1/00
PCT/ZA2016/050015DETNET SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTDLIEBENBERG, Abraham Johannes
A method of locating a borehole and a detonator in a blasting system which includes a number of boreholes and detonators, wherein an operator uses a mobile device which presents to the operator identity and location information of a borehole but only if the borehole is within a predetermined distance of the operator.

7. WO/2016/176694 ACTUATING ASSEMBLY FOR A LATCHING SYSTEMWO03.11.2016
E05B 47/00
PCT/ZA2016/000008RISI, Bryan MichaelRISI, Bryan Michael
An actuating assembly of a locking system (200) to operate a displaceable component of a latching system (210), includes: (i) a first member (24) which is connected or connectable to the displaceable component of the latching system (210); (ii) a second member (26), the first and second members (24, 26) being disconnectably connectable to each other, with the first and second members (24, 26) being in an inoperative configuration when they are disconnected from each other such that the second member (26) is displaceable independently of the first member (24), and the first and second members (24, 26) being in an operative configuration when they are connected to each other such that displacement of the second member (26)causes the first member (24) to be displaced; (iii) a first actuating sub-assembly (46) including a first key receiver (230) for receiving a non-mechanical first key in the form of a predetermined electromagnetic signal transmitted via a cellular telecommunications network from the communications facility (224) of a monitoring facility (227) to an electronic controller (228); (iv) a second actuating sub-assembly (52) which is operable by a second key (226), the second actuating sub-assembly (52) being operably connected to the second member (26) and being configured, when actuated by the second key (226), to cause the second member(26) to be displaced, thereby to cause the first member (24) to be displaced when the first and second members (24, 26) are in their operative configuration; and (v) a timer for determining the time from receipt of a first key by the first actuating sub-assembly (46), wherein the first actuating subassembly (46) is configured, upon: (i) receipt of the first key, to cause the first and second members (24, 26) to assume their operative configuration; and (ii) elapse of a preset time stored in a storage means (236) measured by the timer from receipt of a first key by the first actuating sub-assembly (46), to cause the first and second members (24, 26) to assume their inoperative configuration.

8. WO/2016/176695 ELECTRONIC WATER DETECTOR FOR HYDROCARBON FUELWO03.11.2016
G01N 33/28
PCT/ZA2016/000009CHOW, Christopher Kai ChingCHOW, Christopher Kai Ching
The invention relates to an electronic water detector (10) for hydrocarbon fuel, a kit for such detection and a method for detecting such water safely in explosive atmospheres. The detector comprises a submersible sensor (12), defining a positive and negative electrode arrangement, the sensor (12) being capable of detecting the conductivity differential between bulk hydrocarbon fuel and aqueous liquid contaminants therein; a suitably printed circuit (PC) board; an electronic conductor (13), connecting the sensor (12) and the PC board electronically to each other in a liquid sealed manner; and a suitable electric power source, connected electrically to the PC board to power the board operatively during the use thereof; the PC board and the sensor (12) characterised in being coupled to provide a negative submersible electrode only, with the negative and positive electrode arrangement being located remotely from the submersible sensor (12) and remotely from the hydrocarbon fuel, so as to negate the risk of spark ignition of the fuel.

9. WO/2016/161468 AIRCRAFT MEAL TRAYWO06.10.2016
A47G 23/06
PCT/ZA2016/000006VAN RENSBURG, Willem NicolaasVAN RENSBURG, Willem Nicolaas
The aircraft meal tray (10) is a three-panel tray for use in aircraft. The first two panels (12, 14) are hingedly (18) secured to each other and movable between: i) an assembled condition in which the second panel (14) overlies the first panel (12), defining a storage cavity (20) there between; and ii) a separated condition in which the second panel (14) is spaced from the first panel (12), thereby providing greater access to the storage cavity (20) defined between the first (12) and second panels (14). First securing means (28) secure the second panel (14) to the first panel (12) in the assembled condition. The third disposable panel (16) defines receptacles (30) for receiving articles (26) to be supported on the tray (10) therein, and a second securing means (34) releasably secures the third panel (16) to the second panel (14).

10. WO/2016/161469 LIGHTING DEVICEWO06.10.2016
PCT/ZA2016/000007GREEF, GarthGREEF, Garth
A lighting device made from an extrusion with a channel in which Is positioned a distributed light source, and a translucent cover over the light source.


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