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  • A DEVICE AND METHOD FOR ALTERING THE SHAPE OF STRING CABLE CORD OR  SIMILAR MATERIALA DEVICE AND METHOD FOR ALTERING THE SHAPE OF...
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      Headphones have become ubiquitous within the modern world; and for good reason, people love their music. Understandably, people hate when something comes between them and their music. Unfortunately, headphones often become a vexing obstacle between the user and their music. Anybody who uses headphones will tell you that one of the most aggravating situations is when their all set to listen to their music, they get their media device out only to find the cables in a tangled mess.
      Although untangling the headphones only takes a few minutes this is an inconvenience the user would rather not deal with. Enthusiasts and headphone producers have long recognized the problems associated with tangled cables, spending millions of dollars in research and development. Unfortunately, the result of this research has created subpar products that are either too inconvenient to use or are ineffective at improving the users experience. It has been proven many times that users are unhappy with the current headphones design and their poor tangle resistance. Moreover, there is a proven market for solutions. For example, one of many market proven products includes the Kickstarter Project CordCruncher, the project raised over $66,000 in just 30 days (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1587181400/cordcruncher-earbud-headphones). There are many other Kickstarter Projects that have raised over $600,000 for cable solutions.
      Our solution has the same functionality as the Cord Cruncher Headphones, and more. The product would be cheaper, more versatile, and convenient to use; solving the annoying problems associated with tangled, damaged, strained, or knotted headphone cables while opening up possibilities for more creative uses of headphones. The solutions functions by using a special wire integrated into the headphone cable, the wire is commonly known as memory metal and has riveting properties. The memory metal allows the user to use the headphones, as they normally would, however in order to conveniently wrap the cables up for storage the user may press a button that causes the memory metal to return to a predefined shape. Useful predefined shapes may be a tidy coil, compact winding that contours to an electronic device, or even an Apple Logo! The possible shapes, sizes, and configurations are endless; any shape that cables can be wound into can be achieved automatically by using integrated memory metal. Custom designs may include the user name, a word, or customer design.

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    • A Modular Screwless Furniture Assembly Indian Patent No 226078A Modular Screwless Furniture Assembly Indian...
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        OUR CONCEPT IS UNIQUE , IT IS MULTIPURPOSE, IT CAN BE USED IN TILING FORM AND INSERTING ALSO, IT CAN BE USED FOR WALL PANELING, FULL HEIGHT PARTITIONS,THE RANGES OF PRODUCT AVAILABLE IN THE MARKET ARE MUCH INFERIOR TO THE PRODUCT INVENTED BY US AND ARE ALSO TOO COSTLY THOUGH OUR ENTIRE FRAME WORK (SKELETON) IS OF ALUMINIUM. WE CAN OFFER OUR PRODUCT IN THE OPEN MARKET AT MUCH LESSER PRICE THEN THE PRESENT RATES PREVAILING IN THE MARKET AND IN THAT EVENT STILL WE CAN HAVE THE HANDSOME PROFITS. THIS MODULAR SCREW LESS FURNITURE ASSEMBLY CAN BE DISMENTLED AT ANY POINT OF TIME WITH OUT CHANGING ITS QUALITY, LOOK AND CAN BE TRANSPORTED AT ANY OTHER PLACE RE-ERRECTION AND RE-USE, AND THIS CAN BE DONE ANY NUMBER OF TIME, A SYSTEM WHICH MANIPULATE YOUR CREATIVE MIND.


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      • A NEW TECHNOLOGY IN THE FIELD OF PASSIVE BUILDINGS CONSISTING OF A NEW THERMAL-INSULATING MATERIAL MADE FROM ORGANIC RAW MATERIALS  A NEW BUILDING SYSTEM ALLOWING FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ANY KIND OF PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY PASSIVE BUILDINGSA NEW TECHNOLOGY IN THE FIELD OF PASSIVE...
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          This new technology has a construction concept clearly delimited from all the existing building systems in that:

          1) For constructing, it uses a single building material obtained from organic raw materials, in the form of blocks or panels;
          2) The building is closed with same blocks or panels on all its six sides, floor slab included. It is not tied up to foundations or independent columns of resistance.
          3) The building does not require an independent structure of resistance made of concrete, metal or wood.
          4) Building resistance is distributed per each square centimetre of it, whether it be external walls, partitioning walls, ceiling, slab floor, or roof, and is being obtained by post-compressing the elements making up the building with hidden post-compressing rods.
          5) The building made in this way may be permanent or temporary, as appropriate.
          6) The building achieved has the best parameters in terms of thermal transfer, does not support combustion and does not absorb water (see attached PDF file).

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        • Bamboo-plastic composite pipe Patent200510089165Bamboo-plastic composite pipe Patent200510089165
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            As is known to all, China has rich bamboo resources and bamboo has excellent material performance and cheap price. When it recombines with all sorts of plastics, the made composite (also named bamboo-plastic composites) possesses much better performances, like than general plastics like UPVC, HDPE, PP, etc. or engineering plastics like PA, ABS, etc. The composite is characterized by high-strength, light-weight, anti-abrasion, anti-corrosion, temperature resistance and anti-aging, and of great value in engineering.
            The bamboo-plastic composite pipe is produced by coiling molding technique. The available specifications are: diameters range from 300mm to 3000mm, lengths range from 6000mm to 9000mm.
            The composite pipe can be used in high, medium and low pressure transport of all sorts of liquid and solid slurry. It also has great market in municipal engineering, water conservancy irrigation, petrochemicals, metallurgical mining, thermal power, building construction, and other industries.
            Technical innovations:
            Using bamboo as reinforcing material:
            The bamboo resources are rich and the prices are cheap, only 7% that of HDPE. The performance is excellent, and its tensile strength is 7~20 times that of HDPE. So the made bamboo-plastic composite pipe is more competitive.
            Coiling molding: wide fabic (bamboo mat) coiling and reactive molding
            First coat matrix material on the mat. Then coil into pipe over internal model. And both the inside and outside surface of pipe can use other fabrics to improve appearances. During the process of coiling molding, matrix material begins to polymerize or solidify, which is synchronized with the molding and is handled without pressure. Besides, this molding process is high efficient and the size of products is more easier to extend.
            Long fiber reinforcement:
            The bamboo-plastic composite pipe is a type of long fiber reinforced composite, and its performance is far better than the existing short fiber reinforced composite pipe made by centrifugal casting.
            Multiple composite pipes can be produced in the same production system:
            Different composite pipes can be produced by adjusting matrix material and the content of bamboo in accordance with different product requirements. And each processing parameter is set up on the basis of types of the composite. After setting, it can be automatically controlled.
            Broad market prospect in the following industries:
            Municipal Engineering: urban diversion, supply and drainage pipeline.
            Diversion pipeline: from water sources to waterworks.
            Supply pipeline: from waterworks to users.
            Drainage pipeline: from users to sewage treatment plants or rivers.
            Water Conservancy Irrigation.

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          • Bio-functional clothing greatly helping eczema sufferersBio-functional clothing greatly helping eczema...
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              The skintoskin project was launched in collaboration with EU member states to explore alternate methods and natural substances, using knowledge and expertise from many sources in an effort to find new and effective treatments.

              The funding for the skintoskin® project came from the Portuguese government via O Novo Norte - North Portugal Regional Operational Programme 2007/2013. This is a financial instrument which supports regional development in the north of Portugal. It forms part of the National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF) 2007/2013 for research and development.

              The technology and expertise used in skintoskin has been developed through collaboration with many centres of excellence.

              Universities
              Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (USA)
              Cambridge University material sciences. (UK)
              University of Minho. (Portugal)

              Medical institutions
              Hospital De Sao Marco Braga. Leading dermatologist Dr A. Sousa Basto. (Portugal)
              The National Health Service. (UK)
              Clinical evidence and medical studies
              Invivo and Invitro studies. Department of Dermatology, Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, (Germany)
              Clinical trial. JAS Farma® (Portugal)
              Clinical trial. Servico De Dermatologica e Venereologica Hospital De Sao Marco Braga Portugal.

              Private sector
              Smartfiber AG (Germany)
              New Textiles Lda (Portugal)
              Effjey Group Ltd (UK)

              Regulatory affairs and conformity/safety.
              Phagecon – Pharmaceutical Services and Consulting, Ltd. (Portugal).
              Infarmed Lda. EU Regulation Notification body (Europe)
              Regulatory Affairs department National Health Service (UK)
              Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency MHRA (UK)
              Okeo Tex (Standard 100) accreditation. (Europe)

              Skintoskin fabric is made from 3 naturally occurring ingredients,
              70% cotton, 20% Seaweed extract and 10% Silver ions.

              As our clothing and textiles in general are in contact with our skin on a daily basis there is no doubt textiles can have an adverse effect on chronic skin conditions. Applications to the skin tends to wear away or be removed by our clothing as well as our busy day to day lives and routines. This began a train of thought, if our clothing, the very thing we all have in direct contact with our skin on a daily basis could deliver therapeutic effects it would allow that effect to be in place for a far greater time, with excellent therapeutic effect and with great ease in our daily lives.

              The concept of Bio-functional clothing was born.

              Cotton was chosen as the basis for skintoskin as it is generally regarded as being one of the most tolerable fabrics when placed next to eczematous skin. Cotton is readily available; it is durable, renewable, natural and widely accepted. Cotton is also suited due to its structure to modern manufacturing techniques.

              Seaweed extract is already widely used in health organisations. The natural anti-inflammatory effects are well documented. Dressings and creams containing seaweed extract have given excellent results when used on burns victims for example giving good irritation relief and assisting in the healing process. The seaweed extract used in skintoskin is derived from Aschophyluum Nodosum seaweed.

              Why silver? Bacteria infection is a serious problem with a condition like eczema which can present with an open wound. The irritation caused by the condition leads to an itch scratch cycle with the sufferer causing further opening the skin. The infection level if needed can be controlled by the application of anti-biotic creams or oral anti-biotic dosing. Silver is fast acting and highly effective against Gram + and Gram – bacteria, as well as for several fungal infections, especially those of the Candida strain,

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            • Biocide-free antifouling coating consisting of a fabric based on basalt fibresBiocide-free antifouling coating consisting of a...
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                The invention relates to the use of mineral fibres or filaments and E- glass fibres having a SiO2 part of more than 50 wt. % in the form of a textile fabric, as a biocide-free antifouling agent for protecting submerged structures from damage by adhesion and multiplication of aquatic pests in the sea or in industrial water systems. The surface of the antifouling agent predominantly consists of fine basalt fibres and the fabric is woven, knitted or braided, a fabric formed according to multiaxial technology, or a nonwoven.

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              • Bopp filmBopp film
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                  Biaxially oriented polypropylene film (BOPP) has been developed over the last 35 years and is now widely used in place of cellophane, waxed paper, and aluminum foil. The polymer used in its manufacture, polypropylene, is derived from petroleum and consists only of carbon and hydrogen atoms. The production of polypropylene is safe and energy efficient, and the product is easily and cleanly handled.
                  "Biaxially oriented" means that the film is stretched in two different directions. Orientation brings about several changes in the film, such as lower elongation (harder to stretch), higher tensile strength for a given thickness, greater stiffness, improved optical properties, and improved barrier to water/gases. When barrier and sealing properties are required, they can be obtained by using either of two methods: coating the film, or co-extruding layers of different materials. We use the co-extrusion process because it makes the film totally recyclable. It is also a more efficient process.
                  There are four general steps that are taken to produce ready-to-ship BOPP film.
                  • Co-extrusion process
                  • Orientation of the film in two directions
                  • Primary slitting of the BOPP film
                  • Secondary slitting or Metallization
                  Plastic waste, including BOPP film, can be recycled and reprocessed into products for many different applications. When incinerated, only carbon dioxide and water vapor are produced, with no pollution. The resulting energy released is twice the heat of coal. However, unlike paper and cellulose products, co-extruded BOPP is not biodegradable. But when used in landfill sites, plastics waste has the positive benefit of stabilizing the ground without producing unpleasant or harmful by-products.
                  BOPP film demonstrates excellent use of the Earth's resources. It has effective moisture barrier properties that are achieved without coatings. Because of its superior strength at low gauges, flatness, clarity, light weight and excellent printability, it has become an indispensable packaging material for a wide variety of consumer products including foods, garments, textiles, and stationary. The co-extrusion process also provides superb sealing characteristics for secure packs and good shelf life, avoiding product spoilage and waste.

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                • CARBON NANOPARTICLES SYNTHESIS BY FLAME DEPOSITON ON GRAPHITE ANODE FOR MICROBIAL FUEL CELLCARBON NANOPARTICLES SYNTHESIS BY FLAME DEPOSITON...
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                    Carbon nanoparticles are obtained by burning mustard oil with the aid of wick and collected on graphite. The wick used is made of cotton mixed with synthetic fibres. This carbon nanoparticles coated graphite is then used as anode in microbial fuel cell.

                    [PCT International Patent Application No. WO/2014/080419 - CARBON NANOPARTICLES SYNTHESIS BY FLAME DEPOSITON ON GRAPHITE ANODE FOR MICROBIAL FUEL CELL]

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