Shear wall panel

File for Quick & Easy Patent Protection with PowerPatent.

The Shear Force Systems Inc. patent solves the following problem:

Shear walls or shear wall panel used to resist lateral forces on a structure made, for example, by wind loads used in the side of a building or earthquakes. Conventional shear walls often fall into three categories: (a) prepared frames, (b) time frames and (c) to devise structural sheathing.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Shear Force Systems Inc.’s patent US 6308469 B1 deals with Shear wall panel.
A shear wall panel for a building with a rectangular frame with vertical and horizontal members. Inside the rectangular frame, at least four diagonal members participated at some point make a multi-part assembly with at least three vertices and first and second ends and the best build a polygon, one of at least three vertices of each of the vertical surface and a horizontal member, the first and second ends to a lower horizontal member. The members are the best in the wood and connected with toothed plates. A lower horizontal member of the shear connected to a foundation or lapta on the wall or the floor below the shear wall panel. Upper cord connectors attach the horizontal surface covered with a roof, floor or wall. The upper band of connectors made of metal chains, a first portion of the tooth bent from metal cords, a second part of which have holes in nailing through the metal band on the roof, floor or wall house.

The revolutionary TRAN&ASSOCIATES provides patent creation and management tools to help inventors protect their inventions using the patent system. Full lawyer support to complete and file the application is available.

6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase

You’ve invested time, talent, and energy into making a dent in the universe with your invention and ideas. Now it’s time to make sure it’s protected with PowerPatent’s Utility, Provisional or Design Patent Filing Software

The Smithkline Beecham Corporation patent solves the following problem:

The streptococci make a medically important species of bacteria known to cause several diseases in humans, including, for example, otitis media, conjunctivitis, pneumonia, bacteremia, meningitis, sinusitis, pleural empyema and endocarditis, and most particularly meningitis, such as for example infection of cerebrospinal fluid. Since its isolation more than 100 years ago, Streptococcus pneumoniae is one of the more intensively studied bacteria. For example, many of our early understanding that DNA is, in fact, the genetic material that is based on the work of Griffith and of Avery, Macleod and McCarty using this microbe. Despite the vast amount of research on streptococcus pneumoniae, many questions about the virus germs remain. It is especially preferred to use Streptococcal genes and gene products as targets for the development of antibiotics.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Smithkline Beecham Corporation’s patent US 6309866 B1 deals with 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase.
invention provides 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase polypeptides and polynucleotides encoding 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase polypeptides and methods for the production of such polypeptides by artificial means. Also provides methods for using 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase polypeptides to screen for antibacterial compounds.

The revolutionary TRAN&ASSOCIATES provides patent creation and management tools to help inventors protect their inventions using the patent system. Full lawyer support to complete and file the application is available.

Catheter head for subcutaneous administration of an substance

Use PowerPatent’s Online Patent Filing Service to get quick patent protection for your great idea.

The Disetronic Licensing Ag patent solves the following problem:

The invention relates to a catheter head subcutaneous administration of things, including the medically active substances, such as insulin and the like.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Disetronic Licensing Ag’s patent US 6302866 B1 deals with Catheter head for subcutaneous administration of an substance.
The present invention provides a catheter head including a cannula housing, a needle holder connectable to the cannula housing and a guiding arm associated with needle holders for positioning and guiding a links needle, and for almost slide-guided over a portion of said cannula housing.

The revolutionary TRAN&ASSOCIATES provides patent creation and management tools to help inventors protect their inventions using the patent system. Full lawyer support to complete and file the application is available.