Royalty Report: Energy Resources & Svcs, Machinery, Energy & Environment – Collection: 2114

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 12

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 12

Primary Industries

  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Machinery
  • Energy & Environment
  • Environmental Control
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Food
  • Water Treatment
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Solar
  • Dual Evaporator
  • Flash Gas / Evaporator
  • Air Pollution

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 2114

License Grant
The Company has the licensing right a product line of patented evaporative heat exchange systems for the HVAC and refrigeration industry.
License Property
The new patented products are innovative and unique in design, use new material technology, is simple to manufacture, and have a low operating cost.  They are used for condensers, fluid coolers, subcoolers, and cooling towers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6016

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee a worldwide license to use the Licensed Patents, the Licensed Technology, and the Licensed Marks in connection with Licensee's production, service, and sale of Licensed Products.  Licensor further authorizes Licensee to copy, reproduce and use copyrighted material furnished by Licensor to Licensee, the Copyrighted Material. However, Licensee's use of the Licensed Patents, the Licensed Technology, the Licensed Marks, and the Copyrighted Material is strictly limited to uses that conform to this Agreement, and the Licensee's sales of Licensed Products will be strictly in accordance with the Distribution Agreement.
License Property
A refrigeration heat recovery system for producing usable hot water from a refrigeration systems waste heat, using a natural force to provide water flow through the heat exchanger (thermosyphon effect) rather than using a pump.

USP# 4,599,870 (RECENTLY EXPIRED) A thermosyphonic heat recovery unit for thermosyphonic heat transfer of heat from a hotter first fluid to a cooler second fluid comprising a heat exchanger including a first fluid conduit and a second fluid conduit, means for connecting fluids to the two conduits, a pressurized cold fluid input and hot fluid output and a mixing valve interconnected between said cold fluid input and said hot fluid output, whereby the second fluid thermosyphonically flows through said second conduit as the first fluid flows through said first conduit.

USP# 5,970,728 Utilization of multiple staged common circuit compressors to provide for higher heat output from a heat pump at low outside ambient conditions. Heat output is maintained, or even increased, as outside temperatures fall.

USP# 6,070,423 A system to provide first, liquid refrigerant subcooling by means of evaporative cooling utilizing the condensate water, and second, a system for providing hot gas; discharge refrigerant precooling by means of evaporative cooling. Both combining to give greater capacity without requiring an increase in input power, and even possibly decreasing the required input power.

USP# 6,116,048 An evaporator design that provides counterflow temperature conditions to the direction of air flow by sectionalizing the various temperature gradients found in evaporators and arranging the sections to provide a temperature gradient that places the warmest section in front of colder and subsequently colder sections. Provides for optimized heat exchange as well as improved dehumidification.

USP# 6,167,715 B1 A direct refrigerant to ground (geothermal) heat exchange system for subcooling and desuperheating (or postheating in the heat mode of a heat pump) the refrigerant of an air-cooled air conditioner, refrigeration system or heat pump. No secondary fluid or pumping system required. Provides near full geothermal system efficiency.

USP# 6,237,359 B1 Provides liquid refrigerant subcooling by utilizing the cold harvest water and/or meltwater discharging from the ice machine to increase ice production capacity of the ice machine.

USP# 6,000,170 (RELEASED BACK TO INVENTOR) A system consisting of multiple parallel reflectively coated tubes whose inflation is controlled by a controller that provides for controlled shading in a greenhouse system during times of high solar loading of the greenhouse, and provides for minimized heat loss at night, especially in cold climates.

USP# 6,442,903 B1 The structural construction methodology for a greenhouse inflatable insulative covering to be used to reduce heat losses and overheating of greenhouses.

USP# 6,460,358 B1 A heat exchanger that reduces an evaporator's flash gas loss region and reduces the superheat region, allowing for improved heat exchange by the evaporator itself, thereby allowing for increased refrigeration mass flow and therefore increased system refrigeration capacity.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26215

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee a worldwide license to use the Licensed Patents, the Licensed Technology, and the Licensed Marks in connection with Licensee's production, service, and sale of Licensed Products. Licensor further authorizes Licensee to copy, reproduce and use copyrighted material furnished by Licensor to Licensee.  However, Licensee's use of the Licensed Patents, the Licensed Technology, the Licensed Marks, and the Copyrighted Material is strictly limited to uses that conform to this Agreement, and the Licensee's sales of Licensed Products will be strictly in accordance with the Distribution Agreement.
License Property
Licensor currently holds the exclusive rights to seven U.S. patents and seven patent-pending applications pursuant to a series of agreements with the inventors of the underlying technologies. Under the terms of these agreements, Licensee has the exclusive right to pursue commercial development of the patented technologies. A brief summary of each patent follows

USP# 4,599,870 (RECENTLY EXPIRED) A thermosyphonic heat recovery unit for thermosyphonic heat transfer of heat from a hotter first fluid to a cooler second fluid comprising a heat exchanger including a first fluid conduit and a second fluid conduit, means for connecting fluids to the two conduits, a pressurized cold fluid input and hot fluid output and a mixing valve interconnected between said cold fluid input and said hot fluid output, whereby the second fluid thermosyphonically flows through said second conduit as the first fluid flows through said first conduit. .  

USP# 5,970,728 Utilization of multiple staged common circuit compressors to provide for higher heat output from a heat pump at low outside ambient conditions. Heat output is maintained, or even increased, as outside temperatures fall.

USP# 6,070,423  A system to provide first, liquid refrigerant subcooling by means of evaporative cooling utilizing the condensate water, and second, a system for providing hot gas discharge refrigerant precooling by means of evaporative cooling. Both combining to give greater capacity without requiring an increase in input power, and even possibly decreasing the required input power.  

USP# 6,116,048  An evaporator design that provides counterflow temperature conditions to the direction of air flow by sectionalizing the various temperature gradients found in evaporators and aarranging the sections to provide a temperature gradient that places the warmest section in front of colder and subsequently colder sections. Provides for optimized heat exchange as well as improved dehumidification.  

USP# 6,167,715 B1  A direct refrigerant to ground (geothermal) heat exchange system for subcooling and desuperheating (or postheating in the heat mode of a heat pump) the refrigerant of an air-cooled air conditioner, refrigeration system or heat pump. No secondary fluid or pumping system required. Provides near full geothermal system efficiency.  

USP# 6,237,359 B1  Provides liquid refrigerant subcooling by utilizing the cold harvest water and/or meltwater discharging from the ice machine to increase ice production capacity of the ice machine.  

USP# 6,000,170 (released back to inventor)  A system consisting of multiple parallel reflectively coated tubes whose inflation is controlled by a controller that provides for controlled shading in a greenhouse system during times of high solar loading of the greenhouse, and provides for minimized heat loss at night, especially in cold climates.  

USP# 6,442,903 B1  The structural construction methodology for a greenhouse inflatable insulative covering to be used to reduce heat losses and overheating of greenhouses.

USP# 6,460,358 B1  A heat exchanger that reduces an evaporator's flash gas loss region and reduces the superheat region, allowing for improved heat exchange by the evaporator itself, thereby allowing for increased refrigeration mass flow and therefore increased system refrigeration capacity.

Field of Use
A refrigeration heat recovery system for producing usable hot water from a refrigeration systems waste heat, using a natural force to provide water flow through the heat exchanger (thermosyphon effect) rather than using a pump.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5578

License Grant
The founder of the HARPS technology has granted an exclusive license to develop, manufacture and market the same.
License Property
Intellectual property involved in the transaction involves generation of electrical power using the energy generated by the heat of evaporation of water.

The intellectual property rights are called  Hydro-Air Renewable Power System (HARPS ) which includes two U.S.  Patents,  one  granted on September 3, 1996 (number 5,551,238) and a second granted on July 28, 1998 (number 5,784,886), as well as Air Conditioner Energy  System  (ACES')  which  includes a U.S. Patent (and International filings)  granted  December 28, 1999 (number  6,006,538).  The licensee acquired the intellectual property as part of corporate buyouts.  Licensor is a Director on the Board of Licensee.  At present the technology is dormant and no effort is being made to commercialize because of unfavorable economics.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26202

License Grant
Licensee has obtained an exclusive U.S. distribution license from its Japanese engineering group — for its proprietary cooling tower maintenance process utilizing advanced electrolysis.
The license relates to exclusive marketing rights for a cooling tower device.  Once the distribution of the cooling tower device commences,  the Sub-licensee will procure these units from the Japanese Licensor.
License Property
The advanced electrolysis process that has been engineered and built by Licensor provides users of cooling towers a highly-effective, non-chemical, non-toxic method of initially removing scale buildup in cooling towers and heat exchange systems and then prevents scaling in the future.
Field of Use
The system was introduced into the Japanese industrial market with a high acceptance of the system due to the improved productivity of their processes and significant savings in energy and chemicals and reduced equipment downtime. As more of the industrial countries move away from its dependence on chemical maintenance methods, Licensee is providing a viable option to current commercial and industrial users of cooling towers and heat exchangers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2108

License Grant
The Company hereby grants and agrees to grant to Chinese company (i) an exclusive as limited in paragraph 3.1(b) , non-transferable license without the right to sublicense under E/ICC’s System Patents and E/ICC’s System Technical Information and Know-How to manufacture and sell Systems and to design, manufacture and sell CHEM Systems in the Republic of China.
License Property
CHEM Systems shall mean any product which utilizes E/ICC's System Patents and E/ICC's System Technical Information and Know-How or which contains Rotor Products which is first designed and developed solely by Licensee, which may include a Window Product.

Rotor Products shall mean any and all rotors or cassettes which include a desiccant or drying material or agent or that is capable of use for heat exchange or any other purpose that is used or to be used in any heating/air-conditioning/treatment system.

Window Products shall mean air-conditioning, dehumidification, heat exchange or air treatment products which incorporate Rotor Products that can be installed in a window size opening or are of a size rating of three (3) refrigerated tons (U.S.) or smaller.  The innovative climate control systems are based on proprietary desiccant cooling.  Desiccant cooling dehumidifies air before cooling, making it easier and more energy efficient to cool.  A desiccant is a material that removes moisture from air.  The systems circulate fresh or recirculated air through a honeycomb rotor treated with ETS(TM) (patented titanium silicate desiccant) to remove much of the moisture before the air passes through a second heat exchange honeycomb rotor to cool the dry air.  On the other side of the unit, recirculated air is used to cool the heat exchange rotor and remove the moisture captured by the desiccant rotor. The Company believes that the Partnership's indoor climate control systems offer several advantages over conventional air conditioning.

Desert Cool, DESI/AIR and other E/ICC trademarks ('Licensed Marks')

Field of Use
The rights granted apply to any heating/air-conditioning/treatment system.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26427

License Grant
Assignor, an individual,  hereby assigns to Assignee all of the Assignor Patent Rights throughout the world.  The assignment includes the right to grant licenses to import, make, have made, use and sell the Assigned Product.
License Property
The product is Duel Evaporator For Indoor Units and Method Therefor as disclosed and claimed in the United States Patent Application Number 09/124,500.

The related patent is 6,116,048.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7283

License Grant
Licensor of Bahamas hereby grants to Licensee of Panama  for the term of this agreement a royalty-bearing, non-exclusive license to manufacture or have manufactured, to use, and to sell Licensed Products.  Licensor further grants to Licensee the exclusive right to use Know-How of Licensor, which Licensor shall continually make available to Licensee, with the right to Sublicense.

The Licensor further grants to Licensee the exclusive right to use Know-How of Licensor, which Licensor shall continually make available to Licensee. This includes disclosure by Licensor to Licensee and use by Licensee of all Technology, Know-How and Confidential Information in the possession, knowledge or control of Licensor.

License Property
Licensor has developed a new concept for a water-extracting machine for which Licensor has been granted a United States Patent under U.S. Pat. No. 7,272,947, which in summary describes a device that produces potable water by extracting water from the air and purifying of the same by way of cooling and condensing water and removing bacteria or preventing the formation of bacteria. Licensor may apply or has also applied for patents in other jurisdictions.
Field of Use
The Licensee is interested in commercializing Licensor's water making machine.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7273

License Grant
Canadian Inventors hereby grant exclusive manufacturing and distribution and applications rights to Licensee to the use of the Technology throughout the Territory.
License Property
Inventors intend to file Patent Application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office in regard to a certain unique Heating Technologies (herein the Technology).
I) A potential method of creating hot water or steam, or other heated mediums with application by Essential Innovations directly relating initially to the fields of HVAC and Hydronics. The technology specifically relates to a method of heating fluid mediums. The device(s) use a unique mechanical configuration to move fluids using boundary layer principles, induced pressure pulse, fluid shear, and controlled cavitational effects for rapid heating of the fluid medium within the device.
II) A method of creating steam, heat and/or power with, an immersion heating application and more specifically it relates to a new method of heating liquids using an electro-acoustic immersion heater concept for a rapid and highly efficient heating of water and/or the production of steam using an energy movement within the device that appears to be sonic or acoustic in nature.

Heating Technology means process and technology as described above, the technology specifically relates to methods of heating fluid mediums. The device(s) use either a unique mechanical configuration to move fluids using boundary layer principles, induced pressure pulse, fluid shear, and controlled cavitational effects for rapid heating of the fluid medium within the device, or an immersion heating application; more specifically a new method of heating liquids using an electro- acoustic immersion heater concept for a rapid and highly efficient heating of water and/or the production of steam using an energy movement within the device that appears to be sonic or acoustic in nature; each for which it is the intention of the Inventors to file a Patent Application in the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Field of Use
The exclusive rights granted apply for the use within the target field of HVAC and Hydronics.

The Licensee's primary business objective is focused towards research and development, commercialization and market entry strategies for the intellectual property that they have acquired in regards to multiple green and environmental technology applications such as fluid heating, electricity generation and water treatment/purification.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27520

License Grant
Assignor, an individual,  hereby assigns to Assignee all of the Assignor Patent Rights throughout the world.
License Property
The related patent application is U. S. Patent Application # 09/711,583.

Assigned Product shall mean the Flash gas and Superheat Eliminator for Evaporators And Method Therefor as disclosed and claimed in the United States Patent Application dated November 13, 2000 and any improvements thereon that are dominated by this U.S. Patent Application.

Assignor Patent Rights shall mean the U.S. Patent Application filed on November 13, 2000 and referenced as the Flash Gas and Superheat Eliminator or any additional patent applications filed on any improvements of the Assigned Product, all U.S. patents issuing thereon, and any corresponding foreign patents and patent applications throughout the world, where and if assignee elects to provide the necessary funding to secure international patents, which lay claim convention priority upon, or is dominated by, such United States patent or patent application.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28037

License Grant
The Licensee entered into a Diesel Fuel Combustion Technology License with the Licensor, a founder & inventor. The Licensor is a Founder of the Licensee. The Licensor granted the Licensee an exclusive worldwide License to design, engineer, manufacture, market, distribute, lease and sell burner products using the diesel fuel combustion technology, and to sub-License and otherwise commercially exploit the diesel fuel combustion technology.
License Property
The Licensee invented the patented high-frequency valveless 'pulse combustion technology' and the 'diesel fuel combustion technology. A burner unit is a furnace or other combustion chamber which uses the combustion process to convert the chemical energy contained in various fuel sources, such as natural gas, propane, gasoline, diesel fuel, oil, or coal, into heat energy.
Field of Use
The Licensee was developed to market burner units based upon two innovative burner designs acquired under license.

The use of a burner unit to create heat energy is typically the first of a number of steps in which the heat energy is generated for use in a multiplicity of residential, commercial or industrial settings, ranging from simple one-step residential and light commercial applications where the heat energy is used merely to heat air or water, such as the case of space or water heaters, to complicated industrial multi-step applications where the heat energy is subsequently converted into one or more other forms of energy. An illustration of a multi-step industrial application would be electricity generation, where a public utility company first burns oil, natural gas or coal to create heat energy, then uses this form of energy to heat water in a boiler system to create steam energy, then uses this form of energy to run a turbine to create mechanical energy, and ultimately uses this form of energy to create a magnetic field to generate electrical energy.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4799

License Grant
The Company entered into an agreement with Hong Kong company to license certain technology and trademarks for use in the Peoples Republic of China; manufacturer and marketer of commercial air conditioning and air filtration products and systems primarily for commercial, institutional and industrial customers.
Field of Use
The Field of Use relate to the HVAC market.
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