Royalty Report: Energy & Environment, Environmental Control, Remediation – Collection: 28306

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 20

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 20

Primary Industries

  • Energy & Environment
  • Environmental Control
  • Remediation
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Water Treatment
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Transportation
  • Automotive
  • Air Pollution
  • Engines
  • Waste Treatment
  • Machinery
  • Recycling
  • Flash Gas / Evaporator

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: 28306

License Grant
This licensing agreement grants exclusive world-wide rights for use of the Licensor's patented technologies in the fields of air conditioning compressors, refrigerant gases, and air conditioning fuel applications.
License Property
The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27696

License Grant
The Company entered into a sub-license agreement based upon processing soil.
License Property
The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28308

License Grant
This licensing agreement covers the treatment of soil.
License Property
The Licensor has patented technology for remediating water and soil.

The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28307

License Grant
The Licensor  entered into a licensing agreement for use of the Ion Collider technology.
License Property
The patents and know-how relate to Ion Collider technology.

The Licensor has patented technology for the fields of air conditioning compressors, refrigerant gases, and air conditioning fuel applications and for water and soil remediation.

The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26345

License Grant
The Company entered into a license agreement with Licensee of Sweden. This licensing agreement covers the use of the Company's patented technology in Germany.
License Property
This agreement covers treated soil and treated water.

The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28305

License Grant
The Licensor entered into a sub-license agreement with Licensee for treated soil and water processed.
License Property
Technology relates to the the remediation of soil and water.

The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28301

License Grant
The Company' entered into a license agreement with Licensee. This licensing agreement covers the remediation of dredged materials in the New York/New Jersey area, and throughout the world on a project by project basis.
License Property
The Licensor has patented technologies for treating soil and treating water.

The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26000

License Grant
The Company entered into a license agreement with Licensee of Sweden. This licensing agreement grants the exclusive use of the Company's patented technologies for the remediation of hydrocarbon contaminated soil and water in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark.
License Property
The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

IPSCIO Record ID: 25772

License Grant
Company A granted Company B a non-exclusive license in the state of California to use the Company's patent rights and technology for environmental remediation and hydrocarbon enhancement purposes.
License Property
The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the environment industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28304

License Grant
This sub-licensing agreement is for the use of the licensed technology associated with the job of soil remediation and water remediation.
License Property
The Licensor utilizes the Ion Collider technology for environmental remediation and enhancement of natural resource recovery.

Collider is a device/technology that permanently affects the molecular structure of all organic fluids, gases and liquids. In its simplest form, the Ion Collider exists as a coaxial tube, in which liquids or gas flow into the inner tube and exits into the outer tube via perforations. The perforations in the inner tube cause jets of the liquid or gas to impact the outer tube via perforations. The jets impact a copper catalyst (lining the interior of the outer tube) while simultaneously reaching a point of minimal pressure, thereby inducing vaporization of the media. As the bubbles move toward the area of higher pressure, they collapse and induce areas of locally high temperatures and pressures. This rapid creation and collapse of bubbles, or cavitation, coupled with the copper catalyst cause the medium to undergo thermal, electrical and sonochemical reactions within the device.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26842

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants the non-exclusive right and license to manufacture, sell, rent, lease, and hire Products.

The parties entered into a licensing agreement for the right to manufacture and sell basin aeration technology and related equipment—this is applicable to technology that adds air bubbles to water in a process called aeration and is used for wastewater treatment.

License Property
'Technology' means the technology that is described in U.S. Patents 5,460,731 and 5,601,724 relate to proprietary physical technology in the aeration of gases into liquids, which is useful in the treatment of wastewater and other water-based pollution, as well as other industrial applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2531

License Grant
The Company, having no resources available for the international commercial exploitation of its technology rights, and having no business plan for such exploitation of rights outside of the US, agreed to license to an officer of the Company, the European rights to the technology for application to gasoline engines and for world-wide rights for diesel engines.
License Property
The NOxMaster is an electro-mechanical device which substantially reduces the oxides of nitrogen (Nox) from the exhaust gases of cars and trucks (mobile sources) fueled by either gasoline, diesel or natural gas.

Patent US # 6,446,940 & # 6,499,463 B1

Field of Use
The purpose of the NOxMaster is to reduce the Nox to a level substantially lower than the minimum requirements of even the most restrictive state – California.  The NOxMaster is a one-of-a-kind device, that can effectively accomplish this task and consists of 1) an ammonia injector located on the engine exhaust system upstream of the catalytic converter 2) a tank of minimally pressurized ammonia with solenoid operated valves 3) tubing, wiring and an electronic controller which senses engine parameters.  The ammonia injection is programmed to occur only when the engine is operating at a specific load and performance conditions.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2868

License Grant
The Company entered into an agreement to grant the Company’s president an exclusive license for the worldwide rights to manufacture, market, distribute, sell, etc. the NoxMaster™’s application to diesel engines.  In addition, the agreement granted the same rights for the NoxMaster™’s application to gasoline engines in Europe, the former Soviet Union, the Middle East, and Africa.  In exchange for this transfer, the Company’s president has agreed to establish a publicly held entity.
License Property
The NoxMaster is an electro-mechanical device which substantially reduces the oxides of nitrogen (Nox) from the exhaust gases of cars and trucks (mobile sources) fueled by either gasoline, diesel or natural gas.  The purpose of the NoxMaster is to reduce the Nox to a level substantially lower than the minimum requirements of even the most restrictive state – California.  The NoxMaster is a one-of-a-kind device, that can effectively accomplish this task and consists of 1) an ammonia injector located on the engine exhaust system upstream of the catalytic converter 2) a tank of minimally pressurized ammonia with solenoid operated valves 3) tubing, wiring and an electronic controller which senses engine parameters.  The ammonia injection is programmed to occur only when the engine is operating at a specific load and performance conditions. Patent US # 6,446,940 & # 6,499,463 B1.

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: 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: 6752

License Grant
Licensee has entered into Patent Assignment Agreements with both our President and our CEO where certain devices and methods involved in the hydrodynamic cavitation processes invented by the President and CEO have been assigned to the Company.
License Property
Hydrodynamic cavitation describes the process of vaporisation, bubble generation and bubble implosion which occurs in a flowing liquid as a result of a decrease and subsequent increase in pressure. Hydrodynamic cavitation can improve industrial processes.  These systems have potential commercial applications in markets such as vegetable oil refining, renewable fuels, water purification, alcoholic beverage enhancement, algae oil extraction, water-oil emulsions and crude oil yield enhancement.

IPSCIO Record ID: 141740

License Grant
Licensor grants a world-wide exclusive sub-license to make, use, market and sell and otherwise exploit, in perpetuity, the UOB-TM-Technology, and the Tradenames and Trademarks, provided, however, that this Sub-License is limited to the Field of Use.

Pursuant to a license agreement between a third party and the Licensee, the Original License, on March 28, 1996 Licensee was granted a world-wide exclusive license to make, use and sell the UOB-TM- Technology with respect to a specific field of use.

That same third party entered into an agreement with this Licensor pursuant to which Licensor was granted, in perpetuity, an exclusive irrevocable worldwide license to make, use, offer for sale, sell, sub-license and otherwise exploit the Licensed UOB-TM- Patents, the UOB-TM- Technology, the Trade Names and Trademarks for all uses.  The third party has assigned the Original License to the Licensor. The parties here are restating and amending the terms and conditions of the original License in this Sub-license Agreement.

License Property
UOB-TM- Technology shall mean all inventions, technology and information presently known or hereafter developed or acquired by or licensed to HBT relating to the UOB-TM-, including, but not limited to, the UOB-TM- Reactor, Water Vaporization System, Water and/or Gas Shift Reactor, Air and Fuel Injectors, Control System Software, all technology where hydrogen is used as a fuel for fuel cell systems and combustion systems, or where hydrogen is used as a feed stock, and any other fields of use (whether known or unknown) for the UOB-TM- Technology, Licensed UOB-TM- Patents, UOB-TM- System.
Field of Use
The Sub-License granted pursuant to this Agreement shall be limited and confined to a Field of Use identified as all conventional hydrogen markets, including but not limited to chemical, refinery, metals, food, hydrogen peroxide, glass, electronics, and all other uses where Hydrogen is not used as a fuel but instead as a feed stock to industrial products and processes.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4113

License Grant
Licensor agrees to grant to license the exclusive worldwide marketing rights for the Natural Cool system product as described in the United States Patent attached hereto and made a part hereof.
License Property
The NaturalCool system is a patented, energy-saving air circulation system, designed to supplement existing refrigeration systems for commercial refrigeration units such as walk-in and reach-in coolers. The systems (environmentally friendly products) operate by taking in relatively cold ambient air from outside, filtering the air to remove particulates, and introducing the cooler air into an operating cooler, and exhausting mild air from within the cooler back out to the outdoors. Each system consists of a modular unit fabricated of non-corrosive stainless steel, operates totally independently of the cooler's existing compressor, operates without Freon or other environmental pollutants, meets all applicable electrical codes, and has received UL (Underwriters' Laboratories) approval.
Field of Use
For the use with commercial refrigeration units such as walk-in and reach-in coolers.

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: 28317

License Grant
Under the terms of the Patent License Agreement, the Company has been granted the worldwide rights to a patented system that extracts water from the air and sterilizes it to create potable water.
License Property
The License Agreement includes the following  patents

  Patent Number  Application Date  Issue Date
  ————-  —————-  ———-
  5,106,512  August 16, 1992   April 21, 1992
  5,149,446  January 30, 1991  September 22, 1992
  5,203,989  January 30, 1992  April 20, 1993
  5,366,705  June 8, 1993  November 22, 1994

These patents are good for 20 years from the date of filing.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the environment industry.
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