Royalty Report: Construction, Environmental Control, Material Composite – Collection: 27480

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 3

Description

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3

Primary Industries

  • Construction
  • Environmental Control
  • Material Composite
  • Recycling
  • Plastics & Rubber
  • Energy & Environment
  • Chemicals
  • Waste Treatment

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 27480

License Grant
The University hereby grants to Licensee an exclusive license in the Licensed Field. The University also grants to Licensee the right to grant sublicenses to third parties under the licenses granted.
License Property
Patent Rights' means U.S. Patent Application Number 08/704,889
Certain inventions disclosed under Rutgers' Case No. 96-0404-1, generally characterized as 'Composite Building Material From Recycled Waste.
Field of Use
'Licensed Field' shall mean the use of the Invention for plastic railroad ties, marine pilings, highway spacer blocks, highway guard rails, and building materials.

'Second Field' shall mean the use of the Invention for sports equipment, and other non-building products, but excluding telephone poles and light poles.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29171

License Grant
University hereby grants to Licensee a royalty-bearing, exclusive license, in the Territory to make, have made, use, offer for sale, sell, modify, develop, import, export or otherwise exploit Licensed Products.  Also University grants to Licensee the right to grant sublicenses. The Licensee acquired an exclusive, royalty-bearing License in specific but broad global territories to make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale, modify, develop, import, export products made using patent applications owned by the Licensor.
License Property
We believe these technologies can transform recycled consumer and industrial plastics into structural products which are more durable and have a substantially greater useful life than traditional products made from wood, steel and concrete.  In addition, we believe our recycled composite products will result in substantial reduction in greenhouse gases and also offer flexible design features not available in standard wood, steel or concrete products.

1. RU Docket 90-1126, U.S. Patent No. 5,298,214 entitled “Method of Deriving Polystyrene and Polyolefin Plastics Composite from Recycled Plastics”.

2. RU Docket 96-0404, U.S. Patent No. 5,789,477 entitled “Composite Building Materials from Recyclable Waste”.

3. RU Docket 96-0404D, U.S. Patent No. 5,916,932 entitled “Composite Building Materials from Recyclable Waste”.

4. RU Docket 03-096 entitled “Structural Plastic I-Beams” Patent Pending.
5. RU Docket 05-033 entitled “Structural Material Composed of PMMA with HDPE”, Patent Pending.

6. RU Docket 05-064 entitled “Processing Technology to Increase Toughness”, Patent Pending.

7. RU Docket 06-042 entitled “Railroad Tie Not Needing a Tie Plate”, Patent Pending.

8. RU Docket 06-094 entitled “Damage Resistant Fire Retardant and Intumescent Coatings for the Protection of Substrates from Heat Flux” “, Patent Pending.

9. RU Docket 07-005 entitled “Emissivity Based Silicone/Glass Fiber Composites for the Protection of Substrates from Heat Flux “, Patent Pending.

10. RU Docket 06-131 entitled “Method of Producing Long I-beams with Capability of Variable Tapers from Structural Polymer Based Materials”, Patent Pending.

1. RU Docket 90-1126, U.S. Patent No. 5,298,214 entitled “Method of Deriving Polystyrene and Polyolefin Plastics Composite from Recycled Plastics”.
2. RU Docket 96-0404, U.S. Patent No. 5,789,477 entitled “Composite Building Materials from Recyclable Waste”.
3. RU Docket 96-0404D, U.S. Patent No. 5,916,932 entitled “Composite Building Materials from Recyclable Waste”.
4. RU Docket 03-096 entitled “Structural Plastic I-Beams” Patent Pending.
5. RU Docket 05-033 entitled “Structural Material Composed of PMMA with HDPE”, Patent Pending.
6. RU Docket 05-064 entitled “Processing Technology to Increase Toughness”, Patent Pending.
7. RU Docket 06-042 entitled “Railroad Tie Not Needing a Tie Plate”, Patent Pending.
8. RU Docket 06-094 entitled “Damage Resistant Fire Retardant and Intumescent Coatings for the Protection of Substrates from Heat Flux” “, Patent Pending.
9. RU Docket 07-005 entitled “Emissivity Based Silicone/Glass Fiber Composites for the Protection of Substrates from Heat Flux “, Patent Pending.
10. RU Docket 06-131 entitled “Method of Producing Long I-beams with Capability of Variable Tapers from Structural Polymer Based Materials”, Patent Pending.

Field of Use
The Licensee plans to use these revolutionary patented technologies in the production of structural plastic products such as railroad crossties, bridge infrastructure, utility poles, marine pilings, and bulk heading.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28332

License Grant
The Licensor hereby grants to the Licensee and related companies, the exclusive right and license to manufacture and distribute the products presently manufactured and/or developed by the Licensor within the geographical boundaries of Canada.
License Property
The Licensor has as the result of the expenditure of time, effort and money, developed a new plastic using recycled material and together with the utilization of this new plastic, developed building materials in particular, mouldings, casings and other related trim products utilized in the construction industry.
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