Royalty Report: Material Composite, Construction, Plastics & Rubber – Collection: 29171

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 13

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 13

Primary Industries

  • Material Composite
  • Construction
  • Plastics & Rubber
  • Recycling
  • Chemicals
  • Environmental Control
  • Energy & Environment
  • Waste Treatment
  • Transportation
  • Building Mtls & Construction
  • Railroads
  • Coating
  • Automotive
  • Coating surface

IPSCIO Report Record List

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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: 568

License Grant
The Company entered into a Royalty Agreement with the owners of the TieTek technology which obtains from the Royalty Holders, an officer and director of the Company, a license for the use by the Company of the technology developed by the Royalty Holders.
License Property
'Technology' shall mean (a) United States Patent Number 5,886,078 – Polymeric compositions and methods for making construction materials from them.
Field of Use
Our main product is a composite railroad crosstie made from recycled composite materials. The composite tie is a direct substitute for a wood crosstie, has a longer expected life and several environmental advantages. We are the leading provider of composite railroad crossties to the railroad industry. The TieTek crosstie has been successfully tested by a number of U.S. railroads and independent laboratories.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4602

License Grant
The University granted a License under patent rights to make, use, sell, offer for sale, import Licensed products, to practice Licensed methods, and to use certain technology.
License Property
The technology material/composite systems fall into the following main categories 1) Composite Overlays for structural retrofits and 2) the Carbon Shell System (CSS) for new construction and infrastructure renewal. The Composite Overlay is a “structural skin” which may be continuous or segmented. The former is created by saturating fabric woven out of carbon, aramid (e.g., kevlar) or other aerospace-quality fiber with an epoxy-type resin. The latter takes the form of pre-manufactured FRP strips. The specific composition and application of these overlays is engineered by the Licensee to specific strength, stiffness, and ductility specifications based on the characteristics of the subject structure and use loads. The specified composite solution is then bonded (“wallpapered”) to a structural surface to provide significantly increased ductility and/or strength. The overlay technique has been found to be extremely effective for seismic retrofits, structural upgrades, structural repairs, and blast hardening. Typically only a few layers of a 1mm overlay are needed for such applications.

The CSS is a lightweight, high-strength plant-manufactured advanced carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) shell (tube) of circular or non-circular cross-section. In new construction of buildings, bridges and other structures, the shell is typically filled with concrete; in this application it serves both as a stay-in-place form and reinforcement. As a result, this system substantially reduces the need for reinforcing steel and the use of heavy lifting equipment, which constitutes a significant part of system building costs. The CSS can be used for structural elements such as columns, beams and girders for buildings and bridges and for pilings for harbors and docks. In new construction of infrastructure systems, the CSS can be used for oil, gas, and water pipelines.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5151

License Grant
The Licensor grants to the Licensee the exclusive, nontransferable right and license to manufacture, use, market, sell and otherwise to commercialize the patents, potential patents, technology, information and processes, and the improvements (the Technology) throughout the world related to residential housing units.
License Property
The polymer composite system is licensed to the Company.  The polymer composite structural system consists of panels fabricated from recycled polyolefins, compounded with various additives designed to increase performance parameters and the typical attributes of composites such as strength, flexibility, durability, and permanence.

The technology of the composite housing system consists of four principal components composites, structural panels, structures, and production technologies.

Field of Use
The rights granted relate to residential housing units.

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: 916

License Grant
Licensor grants to an exclusive, non-transferable right and license to the know-how and processes to make, have made, use, sell or otherwise dispose of products and services incorporating the intellectual property rights within the territory.
License Property
The intellectual property refers to polymer recycling technology and any other agreed upon technology, including the know-how, materials, processes, trademarks, and trade secrets.

Polymer Recycling Technology. A method for continuous conversion of polyolefinic plastics wastes (such as polyethylene or polypropylene) to a liquid mixture of non-saturated and saturated hydrocarbons, constituting high quality paraffin, and a device to realize said method, including, without limitation, certain rights to the patents, patent applications, know-how and related intellectual property.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28647

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to German Licensee a non-exclusive license under the Licensed Patents to practice the processes and to make, use and sell products covered by the claims of the Licensed Patents.
License Property
The Licensor develops clean tech, EcoBloc-enabled, ultra-violet (UV) curable coatings. The Company's markets include electronics, steel, construction, automotive and trucking, paper products and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

A U.S. company, specializing in the discovery and development of nanotechnology-enabled, ultraviolet-curable advanced coatings, announced it has entered into a license agreement with German-based chemical company.

Under the terms of the license agreement, licensor is providing licensee with a non-exclusive license for use of its patents, EP 1 723 180, US 7,323,248, US 7,153,892 and US 7,498,362.

* Patent EP 1 723 180 pertains to a coating for metal objects and can be used on automotive parts and many other industrial articles. The coating is especially useful for metal objects with rubber or plastic parts that would be damaged by heat.

* Patent US 7,323,248 pertains to a coating for fiberglass panels. It applies to a wide variety of panels, especially those used in shopping malls, as it is resistant to sunlight and graffiti can be easily removed.

* Patent US 7,153,892 pertains to a coating for olefin plastics, such as car bumpers. A major benefit of the coating is its ability to adhere without a primer.

* Patent US 7,498,362 pertains to a coating for metal objects. It is very similar to the European patent, but for use in the United States.

A variety of consumer, scientific, and industrial products utilize composite materials, such as fiberglass, in a variety of shapes and forms. Coating such composite surfaces with solvent based coating can be problematic due solvent incompatibility and environmental issues stemming from evaporation of the volatile solvent. Also, such coatings can require thermal curing, resulting in the need for curing ovens, and the associated energy expenditure to operate them. U.S. Pat. No. 4,721,734 describes the use of one-part UV curable compositions incorporating aliphatic urethane acrylates and acrylate monomers to produce non-yellowing coatings. U.S. Pat. No. 5,733,607 describes the use of UV curable coating on fiberglass.

Field of Use
The Licensee develops, produces and markets a high-quality range of innovative automotive OEM coatings, automotive refinishes, industrial coatings and decorative paints.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28289

License Grant
UNIVERSITY hereby grants to LICENSEE, and LICENSEE hereby accepts a license under Patent Rights to make =, use, sell, offer for sale, and import Licensed Products and to practice Licensed Methods and to use Technology, in the Field within the Territory and using the Term.
License Property
The Licensor has developed certain proprietary technology for the Carbon Shell System.

WHEREAS, the inventions disclosed in UCSD Case Docket No. SD96-040 and titled 'Modular Carbon Shell Concrete Structures' ('Invention').

'Patent Rights' means any of the following the US patent application (serial number 08/597,010, titled 'Modular Fiber Reinforced Composite Structural Member') disclosing and claiming the Invention.

Field of Use
'Field' mean the modular structures including bridges and buildings involving carbon or carbon/hybrid tubes filled or unfilled with concrete, including the means (joints, connectors, and related assembly) for joining two or more such tubes together to form multi-tubular structures.

The Licensee's primary business focus is toward composite overlay technology solutions, which can be applied to the retrofit and rehabilitation/repair of structures that are subject to seismic or blast loads as well as the upgrade of aging bridges, buildings and other structures for increased service loads.

IPSCIO Record ID: 192398

License Grant
The Company  granted  tire  recycling license  rights, known as TRTM, for Europe,  Australia,  New Zealand,  and South Africa to an undisclosed company.
License Property
The TRTM recycling  technology involves shredding the feed waste using conventional equipment.  The Titan technology utilizes pyrolysis to recycle tires and other scrap material.

The TRTM process is a closed system and the only emissions are exhaust gases from clean-burning fuels (most of which are generated by the process itself) and a small amount of dirt and ash which is environmentally suitable for normal landfill. In fact, non-condensable gases recovered using TRTM technology provide the fuel to generate required process heat for pyrolysis.

The technology used to recover hydrocarbons, carbon and metals from electronic scrap and automobile fluff also utilizes pyrolysis to recover the hydrocarbons and carbon followed by other conventional processes to recover the metals.

The carbon black produced through TRTM pyrolysis consists of the various grades which went into manufacture of the tire. Because of the very fine physical composition of the material, it is not realistically practicable to separate the product by grade. In addition, carbon black produced through pyrolysis contains varying amounts of ash attributable to other minor materials used in manufacturing the tire.

The present invention relates to destructive distillation apparatus. More particularly, the present invention relates to discharge systems for apparatus useful in the destructive distillation of waste automobile tires.

Field of Use
This agreement is for the recycling industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 141167

License Grant
Pursuant to the agreement between the Licensor and a South Korean Licensee, three plants in Asia have been constructed and the Licensors tire recycling technology known as TRTM.
License Property
The TRTM recycling  technology involves shredding the feed waste using conventional equipment.  The Titan technology utilizes pyrolysis to recycle tires and other scrap material.

The TRTM process is a closed system and the only emissions are exhaust gases from clean-burning fuels (most of which are generated by the process itself) and a small amount of dirt and ash which is environmentally suitable for normal landfill. In fact, non-condensable gases recovered using TRTM technology provide the fuel to generate required process heat for pyrolysis.

The technology used to recover hydrocarbons, carbon and metals from electronic scrap and automobile fluff also utilizes pyrolysis to recover the hydrocarbons and carbon followed by other conventional processes to recover the metals.

The carbon black produced through TRTM pyrolysis consists of the various grades which went into manufacture of the tire. Because of the very fine physical composition of the material, it is not realistically practicable to separate the product by grade. In addition, carbon black produced through pyrolysis contains varying amounts of ash attributable to other minor materials used in manufacturing the tire.

The present invention relates to destructive distillation apparatus. More particularly, the present invention relates to discharge systems for apparatus useful in the destructive distillation of waste automobile tires.

Field of Use
This agreement is for the recycling industry.

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.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6289

License Grant
The Licensor granted the Licensee, who owns and operates a fiber reinforcement producing, packaging, marketing, distribution and sales organization, an exclusive, worldwide license to use the developed technology for making and using a fiber reinforcement material from waste carpet materials which Technology and Product are the subject of the patent and patent application. Patent number 6,971,784; 11/18,522.
License Property
Technology refers to the developed technology for making and using a fiber reinforcement material from waste carpet materials.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7211

License Grant
The Licensor grants to the Licensee, with executive offices in Canada, for the consideration and on the terms and conditions contained in this agreement, an exclusive (with the exception of Licensor’s continuing right to sell to the Licensor’s Existing Customers and any customers not generated by Licensee, the “License Exception”) assignable, transferable, and sub-licensable license to and sell the License Products.
License Property
The Licensor is a manufacturer and distributor of commercial and industrial fluoropolymer and protective coating products. The fluoropolymer coatings invented, developed and manufactured by the Licensor are designed to provide 20-30 year protection to metals, wood, fiberglass and concrete. These proven coatings have specific application in the industries of space technology, oil exploration and production, commercial ship maintenance, amusement parks, construction, and building preservation.

Fluoropolymers are polymer materials containing fluorine atoms in their chemical structure.  The unique electronic structure of the fluorine atom gives the coatings excellent chemical resistance, weather stability, low surface energy, and extreme flexibility.  In addition, the fluoropolymers have the following properties  chemically inert; non-wetting; low coefficient of friction; low dielectric constant, nontoxic; non-stick; highly fire resistant; and high temperature ratings.  Originally developed to protect teak surfaces on boats, now the coatings can preserve brass, copper, stainless steel, silver and other metals from tarnish, rust or corrosion.  Coatings are produced for all types of substrates, including concrete and fiberglass.  Uses are in medicine, environmental conservation, energy solutions, space exploration, and civilian/military safety.

LICENSED PRODUCTS
The following products available in gallons, 5 gallons, drums and totes
20043
Super Shield

20059VCF
Superior Shield (0 VOC)

20062VC
Super Shield (water base)

20050R20
Superior Shield Radiant Barrier

66070
Fluoroblend (water base)

66071
Fluoroblend (solvent base)

40081
Teak Shield (wood coating)

50804
Mastishield (mastic clear)

50809
Mastishield (white-color available)

20900
Epoxy (clear)

20200
Epoxy (white-color available)

40003
Metal Prep (most metals-rust proofing)

50800
Super Cleaner (anti microbial)

50801
Tile Prep (required for most tile)

50803
Adhesion Promoter

50806
Primer (fluoroseal solvent base)

50802
Primer (fluoroseal water base)

20076
Super Shield High Heat 800F

20077
Super Shield High Heat 1400F

20071
Microshield Plus (antimicrobial)

The following are available in aerosols
20063
Fluoropolymer VOC solvent base 120Z

20071
Microshield Plus 12 & 160Z (antimicrobial)

Available in #.5 OZ tubes
20066
Polish (non silicone)

20068
Silver Polish (non silicone)

Available in Qts & gallons
ATS101
Flattner (solvent or water base)

Available by the pound
20041
Whisper grit (non slip in white or dark)  Colors available with charges for standard

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