Royalty Report: Chemicals, Material Composite, Coating – Collection: 7105

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Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 4

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Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 4

Primary Industries

  • Chemicals
  • Material Composite
  • Coating
  • Textiles
  • Apparel
  • Medical
  • Transportation
  • Supply
  • Automotive

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 7105

License Grant
English Licensor hereby sells, assigns and transfers to Licensee all of Licensor's rights, title and interests in and to the Assigned Property to Licensee.
License Property
Licensor has an ownership interest in certain patent applications relating to temperature regulation in nonwovens within the field of footwear, comprising PCT/GB01/03453 filed August 1st, 2001 and U.S. application nos. 09/750,212 filed on December 28th, 2000 and US01/41497 filed on July 31, 2001 each claiming priority from its U.K. counterpart, patent application numbered 0019142.9 filed August 5th, 2000.

Protected Product shall mean (i) any nonwoven footwear component material sold by Licensee or its Affiliates covered by at least one Valid Claim, and (ii) any MicroPCM materials sold by Frisby and its Affiliates used to create a nonwoven footwear component material covered by at least one Valid Claim, provided, however, that Frisby shall only be required to pay royalties with respect to any materials used to create such a nonwoven footwear component material covered by at least one Valid Claim.

Field of Use
The invention relates to a shoe insole and lining materials, principally but not exclusively to materials for maintaining the thermal climate in an enclosed shoe in hot, active or cold situations, and methods of making the same.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7040

License Grant
The Company entered into an amended agreement for thermal management products utilizing a proprietary and patented MicroPCM technology.
License Property
MicroPCM technology is a thermal additive material that the Company markets under the trade name Thermasorb®; specialized chemical additives for use in temperature resistant paints and coatings; and liquid coolants for use in aerospace, automotive and computer/electronics cooling systems; automotive components, including seating systems, heat shields, interior and exterior trim, foams and foam laminates, engine cooling systems, thermal grease, epoxies, lubricants and oils, and adhesives; products for climbing/mountaineering, cycling, hiking/backpacking, racquet sports, canoeing/kayaking, running, cross training, sailing, skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hunting, walking and racing; ComforTemp® foams and Thermasorb® additives can enhance the thermal characteristics of a multitude of end-products in the apparel industry.  People working in extreme hot or cold conditions or who are required to wear protective garments, including firefighters, utility workers, construction workers, police officers or individuals who spend significant amounts of time outdoors, will benefit from apparel manufacturers’ use of Thermasorb® additives and ComforTemp® foams in their products; The Company’s Thermasorb® and ComforTemp® products may be incorporated into many products useful in the healthcare industry, including hot and cold packs.  Cold packs containing the Company’s Thermasorb® additives are being developed to maintain temperatures as low as -30oF, while hot packs containing the Company’s Thermasorb® additives are being developed to maintain temperatures as high as 190oF and can be heated using a microwave oven.  Other healthcare applications include wraps, braces and blankets – 1991.  Footwear MarketsComforTemp® foam is well suited for use as an insulating or temperature management material in boots and shoes.

This License includes, but is not limited to U.S. Patent numbers:
US Patent No. 4,807,696     MicroPCM Thermal Energy Storage
US Patent No. 4,911,232     Heat Transfer Using MicroPCM Slurries
US Patent No. 5,141,079     Two Component Cutting and Cooling Fluids
US Patent No. 5,224,356     Thermal Energy Absorbing and Conducting Potting Materials
US Patent No. 5,415,222     Microclimate Cooling Garments
US Patent (pending)     Moldable Foams with Reversible Enhanced Thermal Storage
US Patent (pending)     Thermal Insulating Coatings Using MicroPCMs
*US Patent No. 5,366,801     Coated Fabric With Reversible Enhanced Properties
*US Patent No.5,290,904      Thermally Enhanced Heat Shields

IPSCIO Record ID: 4792

License Grant
The license agreements gives the Licensee the exclusive worldwide right to develop and commercialize for thermal management products utilizing a proprietary and patented MicroPCM technology.
License Property
MicroPCM technology is a thermal additive material that the Company markets under the trade name Thermasorb®; specialized chemical additives for use in temperature resistant paints and coatings; and liquid coolants for use in aerospace, automotive and computer/electronics cooling systems; automotive components, including seating systems, heat shields, interior and exterior trim, foams and foam laminates, engine cooling systems, thermal grease, epoxies, lubricants and oils, and adhesives; products for climbing/mountaineering, cycling, hiking/backpacking, racquet sports, canoeing/kayaking, running, cross training, sailing, skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hunting, walking and racing; ComforTemp® foams and Thermasorb® additives can enhance the thermal characteristics of a multitude of end-products in the apparel industry.

This License includes, but is not limited to U.S. Patent numbers:
US Patent No. 4,807,696             MicroPCM Thermal Energy Storage
US Patent No. 4,911,232             Heat Transfer Using MicroPCM Slurries
US Patent No. 5,141,079             Two Component Cutting and Cooling Fluids
US Patent No. 5,224,356             Thermal Energy Absorbing and Conducting Potting Materials
US Patent No. 5,415,222             Microclimate Cooling Garments
US Patent (pending)                     Moldable Foams with Reversible Enhanced Thermal Storage
US Patent (pending)                     Thermal Insulating Coatings Using MicroPCMs
*US Patent No. 5,366,801             Coated Fabric With Reversible Enhanced Properties
*US Patent No.5,290,904              Thermally Enhanced Heat Shields

Field of Use
Licensee will market to people working in extreme hot or cold conditions or who are required to wear protective garments, including firefighters, utility workers, construction workers, police officers or individuals who spend significant amounts of time outdoors, will benefit from apparel manufacturers’ use of Thermasorb® additives and ComforTemp® foams in their products; The Company’s Thermasorb® and ComforTemp® products may be incorporated into many products useful in the healthcare industry, including hot and cold packs.  Cold packs containing the Company’s Thermasorb® additives are being developed to maintain temperatures as low as -30oF, while hot packs containing the Company’s Thermasorb® additives are being developed to maintain temperatures as high as 190oF and can be heated using a microwave oven.  Other healthcare applications include wraps, braces and blankets – 1991.  Footwear MarketsComforTemp® foam is well suited for use as an insulating or temperature management material in boots and shoes.

IPSCIO Record ID: 194532

License Grant
Israelis University hereby grants to Israelis Licensee an exclusive, worldwide, non-transferrable, royalty-bearing, license under Licensors interest in the Patent Rights for the sole purpose of developing, manufacturing, using, offering for sale and selling Licensed Products; provided that Licensor reserve the right, for itself, Licensor and other not-for-profit research organizations to practice and use the Patent Rights within the scope of the license set forth above solely for research, teaching and other educational purposes.
License Property
Patent Applications:
Title: Sonochemical coating of textiles with Metal Oxide Nanoparticles for Antimicrobial Fabrics
PCT no.: PCT/IL2009/000645
National Phase:
IL – appl. no. 209908, filed 29-06-2009
US – appl. no. 12/997,276, filed on 10-Dec-2010
EU – appl. no. 09773041.0, 06-01-2011
Title: Doped Metal Oxide Nanoparticles of and uses thereof
PCT/IL2014/050406, filed on 05-May-2014

Patent Rights means, in each case to the extent owned and controlled by Licensor: (a) the patent applications listed in Exhibit B; (b) any patent or patent application that claims priority to and is a divisional, continuation, reissue, renewal, reexamination, substitution or extension of any patent application identified in (a); (c) any patents issuing on any patent application identified in (a) or (b), including any reissues, renewals, reexaminations, substitutions or extensions thereof; (d) any claim of a continuation-in-part application or patent (including any reissues, renewals, reexaminations, substitutions or extensions thereof) that is entitled to the priority date of, and is directed specifically to subject matter specifically described in, at least one of the patents or patent applications identified in (a), (b) or (c); (e) any foreign counterpart (including PCTs) of any patent or patent application identified in (a), (b) or (c) or of the claims identified in (d); and (f) any supplementary protection certificates, pediatric exclusivity periods, any other patent term extensions and exclusivity periods and the like of any patents and patent applications identified in (a) through (e).

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the chemical coatings and textile industry.

Licensed Product means any bed linen, drapery, upholstery, home textile and/or clothing that contains Covered Textile.

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