Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 7
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IPSCIO Record ID: 5607
The Licensor owns the patented Ring-tube Seawater Desalinization. The ring-tube method is used to filter solid substance in liquid and quickly separate the solid and liquid. This equipment can not only separate solid and liquid, but also has an extremely effective dewatering capability with lower cost than conventional equipment, such as a conventional screw decanter, centrifugal separator and filter press equipment. The high-pressure pump can control the water content.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4641
The 'SIP' in the SIP Technology stands for 'Solar Irrigation Pump'. The pump uses solar energy to pump water. In SIP, a MECH expander is used as the engine that is driven by high-pressure refrigerant vapor. The expander directly drives a MECH pump that pumps water. The amount of pressure of the effluent water from the pump can be determined by the ratio of the volume of the MECH expander to the volume of the MECH pump and the pressure of the refrigerant vapor.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4642
(a) technology to economically produce desalinated water from seawater or brackish water using solar energy (herein referred to as the 'H2ONOW Technology'), for which there is a patent pending';
(b) technology similar to the H2ONOW Technology that uses off the shelf solar collectors (herein referred to as the 'H2ONOW Modified Technology');
(c) technology related to the use of a solar dish with a MECH recuperator (herein referred to as the 'SDWATER Technology'); and
(d) technology relating to the collection of solar energy during the day and storage thereof for night time use (herein referred to as the 'SOLAWATT Technology'), as further particularized in U.S. Patent No. 6,223,743.
'Licensed Technology' means the following
(a) the H2ONOW Technology, the H2ONOW Modified Technology, the SDWATER technology, and the SOLAWATT Technology;
The Modified H2ONOW technology system is the same as the H2ONOW Technology except that it uses standard off-the-shelf solar thermal collectors to produce the hot water rather than the SOLAWATT collector. As the energy storage capacity of such standard collectors is small, a storage tank is used to store the hot water overnight.
The SDWATER Technology is a system that uses a parabolic reflecting mirror (dish) to concentrate sunlight on a boiler that produces high-pressure steam, which turns a turbine. The turbine drives a pump that pumps seawater or brackish water into a reverse-osmosis unit to produce fresh water. A MECH recuperator is used to recover the energy of the brine effluent from the reverse-osmosis unit. The MECH recuperator consists of a MECH hydraulic motor connected to a MECH pump. The motor is driven by the high-pressure brine, and it drives the pump, which pumps additional seawater into the reverse-osmosis unit.
IPSCIO Record ID: 2760
IPSCIO Record ID: 28317
Patent Number Application Date Issue Date
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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.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26889
IPSCIO Record ID: 26455