WO/2016/056014 ELECTRICALLY CONTROLLED RECLINER WITH INDEPENDENT ROCKER-LIMITING MECHANISM||WO||14.04.2016|
||PCT/IL2015/051007||AMINACH BEDDING & FURNITURE MANUFACTURING LTD. ||REGEV, Yizhak |
A recliner has a chassis relative to which a seat, a backrest and a leg rest are supported. Electrically controlled recliner and leg rest mechanisms displace the backrest and leg rest between sitting and reclining states. The chassis is supported via a rocker mechanism on a base so as to allow rocking of the chassis relative to the base from a neutral position alternately towards a for ward-tipped position and a rearward-tipped position. An electrically controlled rocker-limiting mechanism is deployed such that progressive actuation of the rocker-limiting mechanism deploys from a neutral state in which the chassis is free to rock through an intermediate state in which the chassis is free to rock within only a limited range to a final state in which the chassis is forced into a rearward-tipped position.
WO/2016/050363 A ROAD BARRIER AND A METHOD FOR CONTROLLING THEREOF||WO||07.04.2016|
||PCT/EP2015/055073||INSTYTUT BADAWCZY DRÓG I MOSTÓW ||KULA, Tomasz |
A road barrier comprising a guide (110) mounted on a row of supporting elements (120) by means of booms (130),the barrier being characterized in that between the guide (110) and the supporting elements (120) there are mounted containers (150) with fluid configured to absorb the energy of impacts between the guide (110) and the supporting elements.
WO/2016/048188 HIGH AFFINITY AND AGGREGATIVELY STABLE ANTIBODIES ON THE BASIS OF VARIABLE DOMAINS VL AND A DERIVATIVE VHH||WO||31.03.2016|
||PCT/RU2015/000163||CLOSED JOINT STOCK COMPANY "BIOCAD" ЗАКРЫТОЕ АКЦИОНЕРНОЕ ОБЩЕСТВО "БИОКАД"||ULITIN, Andrey Borisovich УЛИТИН, Андрей Борисович|
What are proposed are: monoclonal antibodies of the type IgG comprising variable domains in the form of a combination of a derivative VHH with a variable domain of a light chain VL. The antibodies mentioned may comprise amino acid substitutions in positions 44 and/or 45 (according to the Kabat numbering scheme) or combinations thereof. The antibodies described have increased affinity and improved aggregation stability.
WO/2016/038416 PROXIMITY SENSOR SYSTEMS AND METHODS OF OPERATING SAME||WO||17.03.2016|
||PCT/IB2014/003290||ACTLIGHT S.A. ||OKHONIN, Serguei |
Techniques for using photo detectors as tunable proximity sensors for detection of target objects and ascertaining their distance from the proximity sensors are disclosed. In one embodiment, the techniques may be realized as a proximity sensor system including a photo detector having a first doped region, a gate, a second doped region and a light absorbing region, a control circuitry for generating a plurality of control signals to be applied to the photo detector, and a signal detector to detect an output signal from the photo detector.
WO/2016/030903 FILTER EMPLOYING STACK OF FILTER DISKS||WO||03.03.2016|
||PCT/IL2015/050877||WATER DEALS LTD. ||KOTLER, Amihai |
A filter for filtering a flow of liquid a filter assembly with a number of filter disks coaxial!y arrayed along a central flow path within a pressure vessel. Each filter disk has a number of segments. The segments are preferably implemented as spacers with outward- facing filler screen support configurations supporting first and second filter screens. The filter screen support configurations have a cellular form that is open over a majority of a surface area, An arrangement of support ribs are deployed to maintain a spacing between the first and second filter screen support configurations. At least 80 percent of an internal volume of each of the segments is preferably open to allow liquid flow from the screens to the central flow path. Also disclosed are modular structure's of the filter disks, and a backwash arrangement which performs a spiral scanning motion across the surface of each filter disk.
WO/2016/030787 ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE AND SUSPENSION FOR AN ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE||WO||03.03.2016|
||PCT/IB2015/056131||SAMOKHVALOV, Sergei САМОХВАЛОВ, Сергей Андреевич||GARAGASHYAN, Aleksey ГАРАГАШЬЯН, Алексей Маратович|
The invention relates to vehicles that are capable of travelling over rough terrain, both on dry land and in water, and can be used in the design of all-terrain vehicles. The claimed all-terrain vehicle additionally comprises an air line which is connected to all of the wheel tyres simultaneously and is coupled to a system for inflating the tyres. A suspension for an all-terrain vehicle comprises a wheel springing system connected to the wheel tyres, a pneumatic drive and a system for inflating the tyres, wherein the wheel springing system is configured in the form of an air line formed from the cavities of the pipes from which a frame, made up of longitudinal and transverse members, is welded, or is configured outside the frame, forming a closed loop that is connected to each of the tyres by means of pipes with closure members, and wherein the pneumatic drive and the system for inflating the tyres are constituted by an engine exhaust system which is provided with a baffle and is coupled to the air line by means of a pipe with a closure member.
WO/2016/012999 DISPOSABLE LIQUID HEATING CUP ASSEMBLY AND A LID THEREOF||WO||28.01.2016|
||PCT/IL2015/050712||RAVIV, Abiel ||RAVIV, Abiel |
The present invention relates to disposable liquid heating cup assembly, comprising: a) a reservoir cup that serves as a drinking vessel; b) a detachable lid for covering the reservoir cup, wherein the detachable lid having a liquid extracting arrangement at its bottom through which liquid is able to flow into the reservoir cup; c) a closed water heating chamber that includes a heating element for heating liquid stored in the chamber; and d) a transfer tube adapted to transfer heated liquid from the heating chamber into the reservoir cup upon generation of pressure within the chamber due to the heating, wherein the transfer tube having a liquid input section located at the bottom of the chamber and adapted to receive liquid therefrom and a liquid output section directed towards the reservoir cup.
WO/2016/005970 INTEGRATED MARINE BARRIER||WO||14.01.2016|
||PCT/IL2015/050697||INTEGRATED MARITIME SOLUTIONS LTD. ||BEN ELIYAHU, Omri |
A submergible marine barrier protecting marine installations in a protected zone against intrusion and providing a containment barrier against spread of floating spills or bodies. The body of the barrier is supported above water by a main body thus preventing intrusion and containing floating spillage. A weight in main body keeps the barrier upright, and a rigid floatation chamber in the main body keeps it afloat when full of air. A skimming pipe collects floating pollution. Flooding the floatation chambers causes the barrier to submerge allowing access to the protected zone and protecting the barrier from storms. Body, main body, and floatation chambers are made of extruded material with flotation properties (e.g. plastic pipes). Floatation chambers are connected by air hoses and have air venting tubes at their bottom. Sensors detect approaching intruders and pollution, while spikes, barbed-wire and diver-net or any known barrier are used to stop them.
WO/2016/002254 GRAPHITE-TYPE CARBON MATERIAL USED AS GRAPHENE PRECURSOR AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME||WO||07.01.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/055977||GRAPHENE PLATFORM CORPORATION グラフェンプラットフォーム株式会社||HASEGAWA Shoji 長谷川 正治|
Provided is a graphite-type carbon material that is used as a graphene precursor easily delaminated into graphene when used as a precursor. The graphite-type carbon material used as a graphene precursor has a proportional rate (3R) defined by formula 1 below by means of an X-ray diffraction method of at least 31%: Rate (3R) = P3/(P3+P4)×100 …(formula 1). Here, P3 is the peak value in the (101) plane according to an X-ray diffraction method of a rhombohedral graphite layer (3R), and P4 is the peak value in the (101) plane according to an X-ray diffraction method of a hexagonal graphite layer (2H).
WO/2016/002268 COMPOSITE LUBRICATING MATERIAL, ENGINE OIL, GREASE, AND LUBRICATING OIL||WO||07.01.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/058789||GRAPHENE PLATFORM CORPORATION グラフェンプラットフォーム株式会社||HASEGAWA Shoji 長谷川 正治|
Provided are a composite lubricating material having superior lubricity, an engine oil, a grease, and a lubricating oil. The composite lubricating material results from graphene delaminated from at least a graphitic carbon material and/or a graphitic carbon member being dispersed in a matrix, and is characterized in that the graphitic carbon material has rhombohedral graphite layers (3R) and hexagonal graphite layers (2H), and the fraction Rate (3R) defined by the following formula 1 resulting from an X-ray diffraction method of the rhombohedral graphite layers (3R) and the hexagonal graphite layers (2H) is at least 31%: Rate (3R) = P3/(P3+P4)×100 …(formula 1). Here, P3 is the peak strength in the (101) plane resulting from the X-ray diffraction method of the rhombohedral graphite layers (3R), and P4 is the peak strength in the (101) plane resulting from the X-ray diffraction method of the hexagonal graphite layers (2H).