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Fire extinguishers July cataloged by category listing 07/08Below 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. 07/31/2008 > patent applications in patent subcategories. cataloged by category listing
20080179066 - Mounted fire suppression system: This invention is intended to be a mounted fire extinguishing system for all types of vehicles, but generally in areas such as brake shoe/wheel seal, engine compartment or other areas of high heat and friction. The system has a metal tank (1) mounted to the vehicle's chassis, a “T” valve... Agent: Randy L. Bradwell
20080179067 - Central control chemical fire extinguishing system: A central control chemical fire extinguishing system, comprises a main control end; at least one fire alarm control panel which is connected to the main control end or to another fire alarm control panel through a network; at least one monitor module for monitoring different areas and machines; at least... Agent: Chia-chun Ho07/24/2008 > patent applications in patent subcategories. cataloged by category listing
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20080164038 - Flame arrester: The flame arrester comprises a flow passage in which are disposed a plurality of generally aligned rods such that fluids flowing in the passage must pass between the rods. Rows of rods are used to construct the flame arrester element, ideally closely spaced and these present a natural surface over... Agent: Lahive & Cockfield, LLP
20080164039 - Fire suppression gel delivery and truck cab protection systems: A system for providing a fire suppression gel spray, including: a water tank; a water pump in fluid communication with the water tank; a gel tank; a gel pump in fluid communication with the gel tank; a spray nozzle in fluid communication with the water pump and the gel pump;... Agent: Gordon & Rees LLP07/03/2008 > patent applications in patent subcategories. cataloged by category listing
20080156506 - Inertization device with nitrogen generator: The invention relates to an inertization device for establishing and maintaining an inertization level in a protective room. The inertization device has a controllable inert gas system for providing inert gas, a first supply pipe system connected to the inert gas system and the protective room to supply the inert... Agent: Fraser Clemens Martin & Miller Llc
20080156505 - Inertization device with safety device: The invention relates to an inertization device for establishing and maintaining a presettable inertization level in a protective room. The inertization device has an inert gas system for providing inert gas, a supply pipe system connected to the inert gas system for supplying the inert gas to the protective room,... Agent: Fraser Clemens Martin & Miller LlcPrevious industry: Farriery
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