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Automatic temperature and humidity regulation January USPTO class patent listing 01/07Below are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 01/25/2007 > 4 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories. USPTO class patent listing
20070018005 - Building humidity control process: A process for reducing the relative humidity in a living area comprising application of three circuits of air flow to the living area, the first circuit being for the purpose of cooling the air, the second circuit being for the purpose of drying the air and the third circuit includes... Agent: Friederichs Law Firm
20070018007 - Heating/cooling systems: A fluid-based heating/cooling system includes valve means (C) for controlling the rate of flow of fluid through the system and operating means (A, D) for effecting operation of the valve means (C) in response to the difference in temperature of the fluid at two points in the system.... Agent: Melvin I. Stoltz, Esq.
20070018006 - Return manifold with self-regulating valve: A return manifold includes a self-regulating valve that operates to control the free flow of fluidic medium in such a way that greater cooling/heating is directed to those paths requiring more or less heat removal. The return manifold can be configured to be operational solely by the temperature of the... Agent: Hamre, Schumann, Mueller & Larson, P.C.
20070018008 - Variable orifice valve: A variable orifice valve provides a changing orifice dimension based solely upon the temperature or other property of the fluidic medium, such as flow-rate of the fluidic medium passing through the valve, and is actuated via a thermally active wire or flow-rate activated spring, for example, immersed in the fluidic... Agent: Hamre, Schumann, Mueller & Larson, P.C.01/18/2007 > 3 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories. USPTO class patent listing
20070012791 - Control assembly for thermostatic mixing: A mixing valve has a valve housing, a thermostatic valve in the housing having a collar extending outward along an axis from the housing, and a stem axially shiftable in the collar. A sleeve surrounds the collar. A retaining part and interengaging screwthread formations between the part and the housing... Agent: The Firm Of Karl F Ross
20070012792 - Temperature adjustment handle autorotation prevention device of automatic water mixing valve: To provide a restraint member 23 that is prevented from moving in the circumferential direction of a body A and that is pressed in the radial direction by a spring against the periphery of an adjusting screw receiver 13 forming the rotation shaft of the temperature adjustment handle B incorporated... Agent: Smith Patent Office
20070012793 - Thermostat with handicap access mode: An innovative thermostat having a handicap access mode is described. When the handicap access mode is triggered, the thermostat accepts voice commands to control thermostat settings. This innovative thermostat is a particularly convenient feature for the visually impaired, and individuals with limited mobility. In one exemplary embodiment, the thermostat includes... Agent: Werner & Axenfeld, LLP01/11/2007 > 3 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories. USPTO class patent listing
01/04/2007 > 3 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories. USPTO class patent listing
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