Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 10
- Material Composite
- Plastics & Rubber
- Environmental Control
- Fire Protection
- Electrical & Electronics
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IPSCIO Record ID: 5035
IPSCIO Record ID: 5034
reissue of 4,291,129 12/4/84
IPSCIO Record ID: 4781
IPSCIO Record ID: 3264
IPSCIO Record ID: 28647
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.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29402
IPSCIO Record ID: 6504
After acquiring the patents and the technology, the Licensor developed three fire retardant products, 1. Flamex, a textile FR treatment. 2. Ultra Flamex, a fire extinguishing product and 3. Impex. Flamex is applied as a liquid compound to textiles, this produces a carbon membrane which is activated when heat is applied to produce the fire retardant properties, and this protection is called a carbon barrier shield. [Fire barrier].
IPSCIO Record ID: 5755
Licensor's acceptance into nuclear waste management has been slower than anticipated. Significant technical issues remain, including those arising from the residue from production of nuclear weapons and the disposal of nuclear fuel being discharged from nuclear power plants. With respect to residue from the production of nuclear weapons, the technical issues relate to the fact that the residue could take a number of forms (liquid, wet slurry, partially dried sludge, calcined salts, etc.) and have a variety of ph factors. The amount of waste that EKOR can effectively encapsulate differs depending on the form and ph factor of the waste. Thus, each project must be addressed separately, and the appropriate form of EKOR must be developed on a project-by-project basis. We intend to market EKOR for use in nuclear waste encapsulation and nuclear debris fixation for nuclear cleanup projects, nuclear facility decontamination and decommissionings, and nuclear waste transportation and disposal. As part of this strategy, we intend to seek affiliations and joint ventures with large prime contractors in the nuclear industry on a project by project basis. While we see opportunities for EKOR, we can offer no assurance that our efforts will be successful.
Hybrid Nonisocyanate Polyurethane is a hybrid polyurethane that does not involve the toxic isocyanates utilized in the production of conventional polyurethane, has lower permeability and greater chemical resistance qualities as compared to conventional polyurethane. We believe that these characteristics, in addition to the potential reduced risk from the elimination of isocyanates in its production, make Hybrid Nonisocyanate Polyurethane superior to conventional polyurethanes in a number of industrial applications. For example: (i) manufacturing automotive components, paints, foams, plastics and truck bed liners; (ii) aerospace sealants, industrial adhesives, coatings, flooring, glues; industrial equipment and machinery; and (iii) consumer goods such as appliances, footwear, furniture and plastic products. We believe that industrial paints and coatings are a potential target market for Hybrid Nonisocyanate Polyurethane because of its lower permeability and improved chemical resistance.
Licensor licenses certain rights to Acoustic Core and Electromagnetic Radiography for specific markets, consisting of (i) illicit material detection, (ii) above surface or subsurface nuclear or other hazardous material remediation, (iii) marine dredging sites (inland and ocean) and (iv) oil exploration, from Trylon Metrics, Inc. Licensor licenses the illicit materials detection application to another company and licenses the remaining three applications to us. These technologies use a non-contact inspection methodology that creates signals that are then interpreted by a digital analyzer that allows identification of elemental or compound materials from their empirically determined properties. Acoustic Core is used in applications that are predominately wet (i.e., riverbeds, wetlands) and Electromagnetic Radiography is used in dry environments. Research has verified that Acoustic Core and Electromagnetic Radiography can identify materials by their acoustic or electromagnetic signatures, but the feature of these technologies that we believe is unique is their ability to map in three dimensions the existence of target materials at extremely low concentrations at depths of up to 300 feet. The capabilities of these technologies complement the EKOR product line by, for example, allowing tanks of waste to be monitored for leaks and the leaks, when discovered, targeted for repair. Acoustic Core and Electromagnetic Radiography may have applications in markets that involve subsurface evaluation, from contamination discovery and monitoring, to resource discovery. In conjunction with the marketing of EKOR, we intend to market Electromagnetic Radiography and Acoustic Core to a variety of facilities requiring detection of nuclear waste contaminants and other environmentally hazardous substances in subsurface soil and ground water resulting from leaking storage tanks or toxic chemical spills. We are currently seeking a manufacturing partner for Electromagnetic Radiography and Acoustic Core, and we are waiting until we find such a partner to pursue our marketing strategy for Electromagnetic Radiography and Acoustic Core.
Rad-X is a technology intended for use as an interior fire-resistant fixative for equipment or facilities with contaminated surfaces. Rad-X differs from EKOR Sealer Plus in that it is not weather-resistant and does not have the chemical, radiation and aging resistance needed for long-term protection. Rad-X provides a low-cost fixative for surfaces that are scheduled for disassembly or dismantlement and need strong adhesion (glue-down of contaminated particles that could become airborne) and fire-resistance properties. Rad-X was first marketed in 2001. We believe that there is a large number of potential applications for Rapidly Biodegradable Hydrophobic. Because Rapidly Biodegradable Hydrophobic can be applied on sheets, films and fibers, it is suitable for a range of single-use products, including, among others, grocery and waste bags, the top, and back sheets of disposable diapers, and disposable eating utensils.
Liquid Ebonite Material is a synthetic liquid rubber with enhanced mechanical, permeability and anti-corrosive qualities as compared to conventional sheet rubber coverings. In laboratory testings, coverings made with liquid ebonite material, as compared to conventional sheet rubber coverings, have displayed greater resistance to harsh chemicals such as acids, alkalis and benzene, and have been successfully applied to intricate and complex surfaces such as sieve meshing. Based on the physical and chemical properties of liquid ebonite material, and on the basis of such tests, we believe that liquid ebonite material coverings are capable of providing superior protection to small-diameter piping and to the intricate parts of pumps, fans, and centrifuge rotors. Liquid ebonite material can be applied to form surface coverings using standard coating techniques, including spraying and dipping.
Firesil is an environmentally compatible fire-stop material with good adhesion properties to hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces. It exhibits strong fire resistance, thermostability, and water resistance characteristics.
Press reports are that the licensor hopes the deal will accelerate the delivery to market of environmental technologies and advanced materials for use in industrial products such as its hybrid non-isocyanate polyurethane (HNIPU) for coatings and paints, and its radiation-resistant EKOR nuclear encapsulant. EKOR is a family of materials designed for long-term isolation of hazardous and radioactive materials. As a silicon-based elastomer, EKOR's adhesive properties allow it to stick to a wide variety of wet or dry surfaces and materials.
The Electromagnetic Radiography (EMR) was invented by Daniel F. Stanfill of Detection Sciences, Inc., with exclusive rights to worldwide nuclear remediation assigned to Trylon Metrics, Inc. (Trylon) in February 2001. Acoustic Core (AC).
HNIPU network polymers and composites formed.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4812
The Armored Conduit is lighter than standard concrete conduit, yet it has a high strength to weight ratio that exceeds the physical property requirements of standard conduit.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4864
Products shall mean Supplier's total line of antimicrobial products which uses Supplier's Property, or at any time during the Term of this Agreement, formulated, conceived, processed, sold, offered for sale, treated, promoted, blended, manufactured or otherwise handled by Supplier for the designated end use in accordance with the Attachments hereto and such additions or deletions thereto as the parties may hereafter mutually agree.
Property shall mean the Supplier's antimicrobial technology disclosed in any of its U.S. Patent Applications and related foreign patent applications, together with Supplier's antimicrobial technology being developed for which no patent application has been filed or for which no patent has issued, and all of Supplier's technical know-how and all enhancements, improvements and modifications to such antimicrobial technology that are developed or otherwise acquired by the Supplier before and during the Term of this Agreement for the exclusive end use application in accordance with the Attachments hereto and such additions or deletions thereto as the parties may hereafter mutually agree.