Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 20
- Environmental Control
- Water Treatment
- Energy & Environment
- Waste Treatment
- Consumer Household Goods
- Household Appliances
IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 6236
IPSCIO Record ID: 6851
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: 27412
IPSCIO Record ID: 26021
The Licensee will have exclusive rights to sub-License, establish joint ventures and to commercialize products through the methods of the Water Conversion Technology.
(1) removal of dirt, sludge and other un-dissolved solids to less than one micron particle size,
(2) ozone is injected into the water to kill the bacteria and viruses and to coagulate the solids,
(3) water then goes through a carbon filtration system, whereby all the pesticides, herbicides, chlorine and other organic chemicals ( carcinogenic) are removed,
(4) water is subjected to UV lighting, enabling all pollutants to be destroyed,
(5) water then passes through a reverse osmosis system, enabling all chlorine and sodium and over 98% of all total dissolved solids (TDS) to be removed.
(6) water is processed through the Water Conversion Technology, where the water is pH balanced to a 8.3 state, without the addition of any substances,
(7) water is processed through the Water Conversion Technology, and oxygen molecules are bonded with the water molecules, making the water oxygen enriched for long periods of time.
The final product produced will be water that is in a pH balanced state ( 8.3 pH ), oxygen enriched, bacteria free, fluoride free, chlorine free, and sodium free with less than 2 parts per million (ppm) of total dissolved solids.
The water will be piped into sterilized non-Âleaching plastic and capped with sterile caps.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5792
IPSCIO Record ID: 5888
The Random Metering System (RMS) expands the application of ionization disinfection systems by creating a separate water source to create ions outside of the treated water stream. RMS is the only known ionization water disinfection system which can treat large volumes of drinking water. By controlling the off-line water flow, ions can be concentrated and injected into the treated water based on actual demand and flow rates.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5724
Hazardous Wastes. Wastes that are hazardous or otherwise harmful to human and animal health and the environment, including medical or other biologically active wastes;
Brownfield Wastes. Wastes that derive from environmentally impaired real property, including fixtures on or any appurtenances to such property;
Municipal Solid Wastes. Wastes that derive from the centralized processing, storage, disposal and/or incineration of by-products, garbage, trash or other discarded materials;
Human Waste. Wastes that derive from the centralized processing of sewage at municipal or other sewage treatment plants;
Agricultural Waste. Wastes that derive from farming activities, including the production of crops and raising livestock, and including septic wastes and other wastewaters deriving from livestock and meat processing;
Food Service Waste. Wastes that derive from the preparation of food and other related activity at establishments that prepare and/or serve food;
Mining Wastes. Wastes that are or derive from mining activity, mining tailings and/or acid mine drainage.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27026
IPSCIO Record ID: 66607
The object of the present agreement of technology transfer is a) the license to manufacture the products; b) all know-how and technical assistance necessary for the exploitation of the said patents and the manufacture of the aforementioned products; c) the use of the trademarks. The license is granted in a non â€” exclusively agreement for the applications & technologies.
Plasma Converter system Powered by electricity that causes the dissociation (breaking apart) of the molecular bonds of solid, liquid and gaseous compounds or materials of both hazardous and nonhazardous wastes (feedstock) organic and inorganic. The operationâ€™s daily output, could be hundreds of thousands Kilowatt hours, millions of gallons drinking water and millions of cubic feet of valuable hydrogen gas for sustainable power generation. In that typical 1000 tons-per-day operation. The PCS is safetly managed by computer and customized as per Project needs assessment.
Solar Power Water Purification system A high volume water purification solution utilizing solar, photovoltaic energy and, when applicable, a mini-windmill or an alternate source of renewable energy. From the sea, lake, river or stagnant, water is passed through several stages of purification and treatment until it is rendered drinkable as per World Health Organization standards. Its innovative design allows its implementation in a challenging geographical locations.
Atmosphere Water Generator Powered by a renewable energy solutions the AWG produces pure potable water from the airâ€™s humidity. The system produces sufficient quantities even at very dry and hot climate conditions. AWG plants can be scaled to almost any size community and/or population.
The machines employed suck in large volumes of air, cool it down to the dew point and collect the resulting condensing water, which is then filtered and mineralized. Through this process, pure drinking water is obtained that meets the quality standards of the WHO.
Seawater, lake water, river water or stagnant water is passed through several stages of purification and treatment until it is rendered drinkable as per World Health Organization standards. In the case of sea or stagnant water, we recommend a treatment via reverse osmosis membranes, which permits the retention of dissolved solids and results in obtaining water of drinking quality. If the water being treated emanates from lakes or rivers, we recommend treatment via an ultrafiltration membrane which functions by retaining suspended materials such as colloids, viruses and bacteria.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28369
The Company designs, develops, manufactures, and markets unique consumer water filtration and treatment products. These products have been historically of the portable nature and generally consist of a container serving as a water reservoir incorporating highly efficient water filtering and treatment technology.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5983
Licensed Applications shall mean Licensed Products utilizing the ECA technology in the following water purification applications (a) recreational water purification units producing small volumes per hour of potable water; (b) residential water purification units; and (c) water purification units for use by small businesses such as offices, motels and restaurants, and state and local government facilities, not including municipal water systems; provided, however, that other applications may, in Licensor's sole discretion, be considered on a case-by- case basis for inclusion in this Agreement on terms and conditions to be mutually agreed upon by Licensor and Licensee.
Patents shall mean U.S. Patent Nos
5,628,888 [Apparatus For Electrochemical Treatment of Water And/Or Water Solutions (Case #2)], dated May 13, 1997;
5,635,040 [Electrochemical Cell (FEM-3)], dated June 3, 1997;
5,783,052 [Electrochemical Cell (FEM-3) (Case #1A)], dated July 21, 1998;
5,871,623 [Apparatus for Electrochemical Treatment of Water And/Or Water Solutions (Case #2A)], dated February 16, 1999;
5,985,110 [Apparatus for Electro-Chemical Treatment of Water And/Or Solutions (Case#2B)], dated November 16, 1999;
6,004,439 [Apparatus for Obtaining Products by Anode Oxidation of Dissolved Chlorides Of Alkaline or Alkaline-Earth Metals (Case #3)], dated December 21, 1999;
and any and all continuations, continuations-in-part, divisions and reissues based upon such Patents.
The process that IET employs is a patented technology that uses an electrolytic cell to temporarily alter the properties of water.
IPSCIO Record ID: 164183
The License Agreement grants to Licensee exclusive rights to license the Licensee Process in the following territory comprising the states of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, California, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and the District of Columbia.
The six U.S. patents relating to the Licensee Process
4,487,699 Sewage Biosolids Treatment Sewage Biosolids Treatment
4,582,612 Improved Sewage Biosolids Treatment Apparatus
4,659,464 Apparatus for Dispersing Biosolids With Gas Impingement
4,695,388 Apparatus and Process for Rapid Sewage Biosolids Separation
4,936,983 Sewage Biosolids Treatment with Gas Injection
5,147,563 Improved Sewage Sludge Treatment With Gas Injection
Licensee Process installation which begins with a storage unit for thickened biosolids and ends with biosolids thickening and chemical contact.
IPSCIO Record ID: 30248
IPSCIO Record ID: 153722
Biocatalysis is the use of natural catalysts, such as protein enzymes, to perform chemical transformations on organic compounds.
Licensee acquired the rights to distribute and produce Biocatalyst, an oxygen-enriched water product, for remediation of sewage and waste water, whether in septic tanks or waste water treatment facilities. Licensee believes that Biocatalyst can be used in the remediation of sewage and waste water. A constant supply of oxygen-enriched water to a treatment system can theoretically supply enough oxygen to sustain aerobic microbe/bacterial growth. By using an aerobic process, as opposed to an anaerobic process, the noxious odor sometimes associated with sewage processing should be substantially reduced.
IPSCIO Record ID: 162117
IPSCIO Record ID: 4171
IPSCIO Record ID: 26889
IPSCIO Record ID: 293067
As per the SR Agreement Licensee are able to use of U.S. Patent No. 8,900,459 B2, an invention entitled â€œVersatile Water Purification Systems and Methods,â€. Licensee will use the Patent process to purify contaminated water through a multimedia filter to produce filtered water, into a plurality of reverse osmosis columns to produce osmosis water, and into a buffer tank.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26469
Certain copyrightable works and inventions, characterized as capacitive deionization process using carbon aerogel electrodes and software to automate the deionization and regeneration process.
The Licensed Patents
5,425,858 Method and Apparatus for Capacitive Deionization, Electrochemical Purification, and Regeneration of Electrodes
5,260,855 Supercapacitors Based on Carbon Foams
5,420,168 Method of Low Pressure and/or Evaporative Drying of Aerogel
The Companyâ€™s capacitive deionization technology, or CDT, uses deionization to convert a contaminated water supply into a clean water stream and a waste stream. As implemented by the Company, the technology involves coating pairs of electrodes with a carbon coating known as carbon aerogel. The carbon aerogel is porous and has an extremely high ratio of ion collection area to surface area, due to the structure of the areogel. The carbon aerogel is porous and has an extremely high ratio of ion collection area to surface area, due to the structure of the aerogel. The ion collection area presented by carbon aerogel is greater than 60,000 times the surface area of the electrode. In the Company's system, a salt water or impure water stream is passed through an electrostatic field established between pairs of electrodes coated with carbon aerogel. The negative electrode attracts positively charged ions such as chloride or nitrate. Those ions are pulled out of suspension of the water stream and held by the electrodes in the carbon aerogel, until either the power is turned off or the electrode charge is reversed. As a result, with a relatively low application of energy, the Company's technology is able to remove a wide variety of contaminants or other molecules from a water stream through the creation and holding of charged particles.