Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 16
- Packaging & Containers
- Household Appliances
IPSCIO Report Record List
Below you will find the records curated into this collection. This summary includes the complete licensed property description so that you can review and determine if this collection covers the topics, technology or transaction type that is relevant for your needs. The full report will include all relevant deal data such as the royalty base, agreement date, term description, royalty rates and other deal terms. For reference, here is a sample of a full IPSCIO curated royalty rate report: Sample Report
IPSCIO Record ID: 2207
IPSCIO Record ID: 2208
Issued United States Letter Patents
1. U.S. Letters Patent No. 4,225,247, issued September 30, 1980, and entitled Mixing and Agitating Device.
2. U.S. Patent No. 4,552,463, issued November 12, 1985, and entitled Methods and Apparatus for Producing a Colloidal Mixture.
3. U.S. Letters Patent No. 4,944,595, issued July 31, 1990, and entitled Apparatus for Producing Cement Building Material.
4. U.S. Letters Patent No. 5,061,319, issued October 29, 1991, and entitled The Process for Producing Cement Building Material.
5. U.S. Letters Patent No. 5,232,496, issued August 3, 1993, and entitled Process for Producing Improved Building Material and Product Thereof.
6. U.S. Patent No. 5,356,579, issued October 18, 1994, and entitled Methods of Manufacture and Use for Low Density Hydraulically Bonded Cement Compositions.
7. U.S. Patent No. 5,358,676, issued October 25, 1994, and entitled Hydraulically Bonded Cement Compositions and Their Methods of Manufacture and Use.
Hot and/or cold beverage, Beverage Container Lids All types, Bowls All shapes, sizes, Cutlery (including – knife, fork, spoon) Food Containers tubs used for (popcorn, deli salads, takeout anything, ice cream, chicken buckets), Portion cups (souffle cups), Boxes as used for (fry scoops, popcorn, Chinese takeout, kid's fun meal, candy (vending), pie wedges, bulky meals, pies, single compartment, multi-compartment meals, Hinged Lid Containers Clamshells type boxes for specialty or general food portion or meal carryout, Plates/Platters – All shapes, including round, etc.
IPSCIO Record ID: 2209
Issued United States Letters Patents:
1. U.S. Letters Patent No. 4,225,247, issued September 30, 1980, and entitled
Mixing and Agitating Device.
2. U.S. Patent No. 4,552,463, issued November 12, 1985, and entitled Methods
and Apparatus for Producing a Colloidal Mixture.
3. U.S. Letters Patent No. 4,944,595, issued July 31, 1990, and entitled
Apparatus for Producing Cement Building Material.
4. U.S. Letters Patent No. 5,061,319, issued October 29, 1991, and entitled
The Process for Producing Cement Building Material.
5. U.S. Letters Patent No. 5,232,496, issued August 3, 1993, and entitled
Process for Producing Improved Building Material and Product Thereof.
6. U.S. Patent No. 5,356,579, issued October 18, 1994, and entitled Methods
of Manufacture and Use for Low Density Hydraulically Bonded Cement
7. U.S. Patent No. 5,358,676, issued October 25, 1994, and entitled
Hydraulically Bonded Cement Compositions and Their Methods of Manufacture
IPSCIO Record ID: 440
U.S. Patent No.
Molded Inorganically Filled Food or Beverage Containers
Methods for Dispersing Fibers in Aqueous Starch-Based
Hinged Molded Inorganically Filled Containers
Systems For Molding Inorganically Filled Containers
Molded Foam Starch Containers With Inorganic Filler
Molded Foam Starch Containers Reinforced With Fibers
Starch-Based Compositions With Fibers and Optional Inorganic Filler
Coated Inorganically Filled Containers
Molded Inorganically Filled Containers
Apparatus for Making Molded Foam Starch Containers
Molded Inorganically Filled Containers
Coated Inorganically Filled Food or Beverage Containers
Method of Making Molded Hinged Inorganically Filled Containers
Method of Making Foam Starch Containers With Fibers/Optional
Method of Treating Foam Starch Containers with Coating Materials
Method of Making Inorganically Filled Food or Beverage Container
Method of Making Molded Foam Starch Containers
Method of Making Molded Foam Starch Containers With Inorganic
Method of Making Inorganically Filled Containers
Hinged Molded Foam Starch Containers
Aqueous Starch-Based Compositions With Inorganic Filler
Foam Starch Containers With Laminate and/or Biodegradable Coat
Aqueous Inorganically Filled Compositions
U.S. Serial No.
Coated Fiber-Reinforced Starch Foam Containers
Planar Mold Press Apparatus
Fiber Dispersion Methods
System for Metering and Delivering Molding Composition
Flash Removal System
IPSCIO Record ID: 29057
Examples of Items within the Definition of 'Food Service Disposables':
Bags o for carry out of food purchased in
food service disposable packages,
with or without handles
Beverage containers o Hot and/or cold beverage
o May or may not be insulating
o With or without handles. Includes
collectables that are disposable/
o Malt mixing collars
o Single service milk-containing cartons (16 oz. or
Beverage Container Lid All types, including
o no spill
Bowls All shapes, sizes
Cutlery (including o knife, fork, spoon
Sticks/Skewers) o large serving utensils
o hors d'ouvers picks
o popsicle sticks
o corndog sticks
o shish-kabob skewers
o tooth picks
o steak markers
Food Containers tubs used for:
o deli salads
o takeout anything
o ice cream
o chicken buckets
Portion cups (souffle cups)
o side orders
o pills, medications
IPSCIO Record ID: 2863
IPSCIO Record ID: 26822
IPSCIO Record ID: 27903
The Licensor custom blending dual dispensing head provides consumer packaged goods manufacturers with a dispensing technique permitting precision measured blending by the consumer of lotions, gels, creams, and liquids. Licensorâ€™s dispensers are used in personal care, over the counter, medications, household, pharmaceutical, automotive, industrial, home improvement, and food packaging industries.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27420
The Licensor and Licensee will terminate the existing sublicense dated October 7, 1994 and will enter into a new sublicense agreement dated October 16, 1997. In the new sublicense. the Licensor will sublicense to the right to utilize such patents and trade secrets to manufacture and sell in all fifty states of the United States of America, Canada and any territories or possessions of the United States or Canada certain hinged sandwich container products for McDonald's Corporation. The Licensor and Licensee will terminate the existing sublicense dated October 7 1994 and will enter into a new sublicense agreement under which ECC will sublicense to Licensee.
1. The compositions, including the variable and preferred parameters for each component, used in the Products or the Technology based on hydraulically reacting materials.
2. The processing steps, including the variable and preferred parameters for each step, used in the Technology.
3. The equipment and apparatus used in the manufacture of the Products.
4. Quality control, testing and research and development data, reports, and information, including patent applications in preparation as they relate to the Technology.
5. Customers and suppliers of the components and equipment of the Technology, including any agreements.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29779
IPSCIO Record ID: 3269
IPSCIO Record ID: 2864
IPSCIO Record ID: 4037
The Company entered into a SubLicense Agreement with the Sublicensee, an entity majority owned by the stockholders and officers of the Company. The SubLicense Agreement grants the exclusive right to exploit and market the Dispensers through direct response marketing and non-exclusively through other selected channels of distribution. The minimum order quantities to maintain exclusivity are 40,000 dispensers for the period of inception through December 31, 2006, 75,000, and 115,000 for the calendar years 2007 and 2008 respectively and a 5% increase annually thereafter for the term of the SubLicense Agreement. The SubLicense Agreement has a term which is identical to the term of that certain Amended and Restated License Agreement dated as of January 1, 2003 between Gerhard Brugger and SCG which was subsequently subLicensed to the Company. The term of the License will be in effect for the next twenty two years.
The Company is engaged in the manufacture of a dispenser that enables the user to blend two liquids in varying proportions. Substantially all of the Company's revenues are derived from wholesale customers located in both the continental United States and Europe.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29225
The Dispenser means any dispenser or device which is constructed or manufactured incorporating claims of patent number PCT/DE 99/02,568 Germany, and patent number 6/464/107B1 issued in the United States and any and all patents or other intellectual property which is based upon, or used with such patents.
The dual dispenser enables the user to blend two liquids in varying proportions. The manufacture of the dual dispensers are currently outsourced to third party subcontractors in the United States for 40mm and 49mm size dispensers and in Germany for 20mm size dispenser which are currently being utilized in the food, sun care, skincare, and cosmetic industries.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5685
The ability to chill a beverage is based on the theory of the latent heat of evaporation of liquefied gasses and the cooling of those gasses due to rapid expansion. The basic principles of evaporation and heat transfer dictate that as liquid coolant is vaporized it draws heat from the surrounding area, lowering the temperature of nearby materials. The proposed product consists of a cartridge of liquid carbon dioxide (CO2) that is held in place by a cartridge holder. The unit is then placed in a can, the can subsequently is filled and sealed. The cooling device will displace approximately 3.0 ounces of the fluid, so a 12 ounce can will contain 9.0 ounces of beverage with the cooling device installed. When the tab on the lid of the can is pulled a valve mechanism within the can triggers the CO2 capsule causing the gas to be discharged through diffusers of porous plastic into the beverage. The escaping CO2 forms into small particles of frozen snow at extremely cold temperatures and rapidly imparts a chilling action to the beverage, while carbonating the beverage. The amount of chilling and carbonation are adjustable depending on the requirements of the manufacturer. Greater chilling may be obtained by increasing the amount of liquid CO2. The amount of carbonation may be adjusted from no carbonation to several levels greater than now used in manufactured soft drinks.
IPSCIO Record ID: 380