Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 14
- Energy & Environment
- Environmental Control
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Waste Treatment
- Water Treatment
- Air Pollution
- Petroleum Refining
- Business Method
- Oil & Gas Extraction
- Electrical & Electronics
IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 7423
This technology may be sublicensed.
CoronaLux System or Technology means the combination of pyrolytic and plasma unit as described in US Patent (and/or Provisional) Application 61/648377, and all subsequent additions, improvements, CIPâ€™s and other affiliated patents.
The term cold plasma refers to a low energy ionized gas that is generated by electrical discharges between two electrodes.
IPSCIO Record ID: 215768
This process involves gasification of the solid waste and then a cold plasma oxidation process that makes possible the destruction of hazardous chemical and biological waste via a low temperature and low oxygen pyrolytic process. The patent application is currently under review by the US Patent Office.
Licensor is a provider of next-generation clean-technologies, waste management innovations and related services. The Licensor provide technology solutions and services to companies primarily in the oil and gas, refining, landfill, food, beverage & agriculture and renewable fuel industries.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26119
IPSCIO Record ID: 5129
The Licensor hereby grants to the Licensee the exclusive world-wide right and license to use, commercialize, and exploit the PCE and/or GWE Technology, including the right to sublicense.
Pyrolytic Carbon Extraction, or 'PCE' is a liquid and solid waste treatment processes, respectively, that produce combustible gases. Pyrolytic carbon extraction technology, which is a technology used to convert solid hydrocarbon-based waste into a multi-use fuel in the form of a combustible gas while significantly reducing the waste volume.
Our Green Waste to Energy pyrolysis processor, or GWE, is a promising development project to process solid hydrocarbon-based waste and produces a multi-use fuel in the form of a combustible gas. The by-products we obtain through our GWE process may then be sold commercially. We believe that, because this process runs on its own by-products, there are no emissions and, therefore, no residue from combustion. In addition, the GWE is modular in its design and can handle a number of different waste streams simultaneously.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27357
IPSCIO Record ID: 3658
The MagneGas(TM) technology permits fuel production with a sufficient energy density to be used as a combustible fuel in a compressed form. The Company believes that MagneGas(TM) can be cost competitive to other liquid fuels when produced in large quantities.
The Company expects that revenues can also be generated from both the elimination and processing of liquid waste. It is intended that MagneGas(TM) be sold for any fuel application including metal cutting, automotive, electric generators, cooking and heating. MagneGas(TM) is produced by processing liquid wastes of fossil or biomass origin utilizing PlasmaArcFlow(TM) reactors. These reactors flow liquids through a submerged electric arc. The arc essentially decomposes the liquid molecules into a plasma at 7,000 to 10,000 degrees Farenheit ('F') composed of ionized hydrogen (H), oxygen (O) and carbon (C) atoms, plus solid precipitates. The technology then controls the recombination of H, O and C into clusters of molecules under new internal bonds.
Patent Application #1 NEW CHEMICAL SPECIES FOR GASES AND THEIR NEW TECHNOLOGIES Serial Number 09/133,348 dealing with the new chemical structure of all gases produced under an electric arc, known as 'Santilli's Magnecules', which is inclusive of, but not limited to 'Santilli's Magnegas'.
Patent Application #2 DURABLE AND EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A COMBUSTIBLE AND NON-POLLUTANT GAS FROM UNDERWATER ARCS AND METHODS THEREOF by R. M. Santilli Serial number 09/372.277
Patent Application #3 MAGNEGAS, A novel, HIGHLY EFFICIENT, NONPOLLUTANT, OXYGEN RICH AND COST COMPETITIVE, COMBUSTIBLE GAS, AND ASSOCIATED METHOD Serial Number 09/372,278
Patent Application #4 ELECROMAGNETION Serial Number 09/106.170 Filed on 06/29/98 which deals with the new chemical species of 'Santilli's Magnecules' for liquids used in the production of 'Santilli's Magnegas'.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3638
IPSCIO Record ID: 173
Gasification is a process that converts carbonaceous materials, such as coal, petroleum, or biomass, into carbon monoxide and hydrogen by reacting the raw material at high temperatures with a controlled amount of oxygen and/or steam. The resulting gas mixture is called synthesis gas or syngas and is itself a fuel. Gasification is a very efficient method for extracting energy from many different types of organic materials, and also has applications as a clean waste disposal technique.
A new innovative hydrogen generation technology referred to as the PyStR process. PyStR, pronounced 'Pie Star,' is an acronym derived from 'Pyrolitic Steam Reforming.' This process can directly produce high purity hydrogen from biomass and other carbonaceous feed-stocks such as oil sands, coal and petroleum coke.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29326
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: 26738
IPSCIO Record ID: 6109
IPSCIO Record ID: 6016
USP# 4,599,870 (RECENTLY EXPIRED) A thermosyphonic heat recovery unit for thermosyphonic heat transfer of heat from a hotter first fluid to a cooler second fluid comprising a heat exchanger including a first fluid conduit and a second fluid conduit, means for connecting fluids to the two conduits, a pressurized cold fluid input and hot fluid output and a mixing valve interconnected between said cold fluid input and said hot fluid output, whereby the second fluid thermosyphonically flows through said second conduit as the first fluid flows through said first conduit.
USP# 5,970,728 Utilization of multiple staged common circuit compressors to provide for higher heat output from a heat pump at low outside ambient conditions. Heat output is maintained, or even increased, as outside temperatures fall.
USP# 6,070,423 A system to provide first, liquid refrigerant subcooling by means of evaporative cooling utilizing the condensate water, and second, a system for providing hot gas; discharge refrigerant precooling by means of evaporative cooling. Both combining to give greater capacity without requiring an increase in input power, and even possibly decreasing the required input power.
USP# 6,116,048 An evaporator design that provides counterflow temperature conditions to the direction of air flow by sectionalizing the various temperature gradients found in evaporators and arranging the sections to provide a temperature gradient that places the warmest section in front of colder and subsequently colder sections. Provides for optimized heat exchange as well as improved dehumidification.
USP# 6,167,715 B1 A direct refrigerant to ground (geothermal) heat exchange system for subcooling and desuperheating (or postheating in the heat mode of a heat pump) the refrigerant of an air-cooled air conditioner, refrigeration system or heat pump. No secondary fluid or pumping system required. Provides near full geothermal system efficiency.
USP# 6,237,359 B1 Provides liquid refrigerant subcooling by utilizing the cold harvest water and/or meltwater discharging from the ice machine to increase ice production capacity of the ice machine.
USP# 6,000,170 (RELEASED BACK TO INVENTOR) A system consisting of multiple parallel reflectively coated tubes whose inflation is controlled by a controller that provides for controlled shading in a greenhouse system during times of high solar loading of the greenhouse, and provides for minimized heat loss at night, especially in cold climates.
USP# 6,442,903 B1 The structural construction methodology for a greenhouse inflatable insulative covering to be used to reduce heat losses and overheating of greenhouses.
USP# 6,460,358 B1 A heat exchanger that reduces an evaporator's flash gas loss region and reduces the superheat region, allowing for improved heat exchange by the evaporator itself, thereby allowing for increased refrigeration mass flow and therefore increased system refrigeration capacity.
IPSCIO Record ID: 227274
6,232,723 – Direct current energy discharge system
This type of plasma, a fog of positively and negatively charged ions known as cold plasma, has demonstrated the ability to rapidly kill deadly microbes.
Cold plasmas allow for rapid decontamination of clothing, equipment and personal gear in military settings and for sterilization of medical equipment, food and packaging in commercial settings. Present methods of decontamination and sterilization often require hours and some generate damaging heat and undesirable or toxic side effects; cold plasma offers the potential to sanitize often in mere minutes without lasting hazardous byproducts.