Patent CEO Samples:
The following patents are examples of various types of technologies that Patent CEO Phillip Vales and other personnel have been involved with over the years. These include exemplary patents in diverse subject matter and technical complexity ranging from basic to extremely complex. Amongst the subject matter that the team has been involved with in some capacity during their career are: mechanical, electrical, medical, software, telecommunications, chemical compositions of matter, simple devices and more. Also, here are some relevant reviews describing some of the experiences with Patent CEO Phillip Vales and the team at Patent CEO: Phillip Vales Review or Philip Vales Review or Patent CEO Review or PatentCEO Review.
1- US Patent No. 9,793,665 : Bar Juice Electronic Device Connection System by Eric Hernandez. The inventor wanted a user to be able to easily access a cell phone, music player or similar device power port at an restaurant or bar where space is at a premium. His solution provides for a mult-stage cascading power strip that feeds off of a previous stage. Additionally, the strips are situated unobtrusively under the countertop so as to minimize impact upon the user's consumption of food and drink.
2- US Patent No. 9,700,029 : Dynamic Fishing Lure System and Method by Robert Mann. The avid fisherman, and marketing manager created a fishing device having novelties in software, simple electronics, software, recharging devices and processes. The invention is subject of three continuation cases regarding various aspects of the aforementioned. In this particular application a simple recharging port is presented.
3- US Patent No. 8,303,300 : Intermaxillary Fixation Bonded Bracket Assembly by Lewis Pitnick et al. Mr. Pitnick noticed that when surgeons went to operate of persons having jaw fractures of various sorts they used various painful processes. In particular, it was necessary to drill through the various bones to immobilize the mandible (the lower jaw) using various wires and other mountable devices. This was an extremely dolorous, bloody and in the long term unsanitary solution as food and liquids ingested would tend to cling to the wires and devices thereby causing a maintenance problem during the wait for the bones to heal. His solution included having a easy to mount and remove system using strong dental adhesives that would 1) forbid the need for bloody painful surgery; 2) permit the cleaning of the mouth; and 3) provide for an easily maintained system.
4- US Patent No. 9,138,617 Divers Propulsion System by Gustavo Duboy. This is a personal favorite as Mr. Duboy actually has another patent on another type of Divers Propulsion System that was featured in the James Bond action adventure "Thunderball." The device permits a user to easily insert and remove his or her battery replacements within the confines of a battery compartment contained about the body of the electric motor providing the propulsion. Read more here about this patent authored by Phillip Vales .... coming soon.
5- US Patent No. 9,440,490 : Trailer Axle Repair Kit Having Spare Spindle and Flange Axle Assembly by Earland M. Crockett, Jr. Mr. Crockett created a novel Spare Spindle Repair Kit and Assembly for when the regular one is broken on a vehicle.
6- US Patent No. 9,965,978 : Air Conditioner Educational Demonstration System and Method of Operation by Dr. Michael E. Afanasiev. Dr. "Michaels" created a system for permitting users to measure the amount of pressure throughout an air conditioner demonstration system at various points therein. Thus, students are able to learn about the appropriate pressures expected at nodes associated with the compressor, evaporator, condenser and so forth. Various valves are disposed through the Air Conditioning circuit along with appropriate gauges proximal thereto. Finally, and most importantly, the system used compressed nitrogen instead of Freon or Puron so as to avoid freeze burn injuries of students and so as to prevent permanent damage to the environment.
7- US Patent No. 8,701,311 : Top of the Boot by Laurel Barnhart. This invention should be particularly pleasing to the fashion conscious amongst you. Ms. Barnhart developed a line of decorative accessories that were simply attachable quite literally to the "Top of the Boot." Thus, various chains, ornaments and so forth could be deployed in unison with natural or synthetic furs to improve the appearance of a boot.
8- US Patent No. 9,162,848 : Vacuum Brake by Carlos Ascua et al. A typical elevator cabin moves through the use of a pulley by cabling about the pulley attached to the top of the elevator cabin that has been suspended within a primary elevator shaft. The other side of the cabling is attached to a counterweight suspended so that motors attached to the system can actuate motion of the elevator cabin thereby translating it within the primary elevator shaft. This motion is of course directed by cabin passengers using the electronic controls present within the cabin to gain access to whatever floor they wish to go to. In a Vacuum Elevator, however, the elevator cabin does NOT use a counterweight system to effect stability of the cabin. Instead a Vacuum Elevator uses air pressure to translate a cabin within a thoroughfare cylinder and is similar to the suction devices used by tellers at banks and similar locales. Thus, the Vacuum Elevator presents unique challenges to the entire system including: controls, electronics, lifting, pumps, valves and braking systems. This patent presents a novel Vacuum Brake designed to resolve various problems unique to this architecture.
9- US Patent No. 9,254,951 : Advanced Condiment Dispensing Device by Alyse N. Merritt. Believe it or not condiment dispensers are big business. They can contain anything from ketchup, mustard, relish and mayonnaise to fragrances, lotions or deodorant. This particular patent discusses having nozzle flug pairs that are formed opposite one another in a dual dispenser arrangement so that you can get both ketchup and mustard in one container body.
10- US Patent No. 9079806 : Eco-Plant Aid by Kenneth W. Hall. Various types of environmental factors impact citrus and other types of fruit plants such as wind, rain and living transmitters of disease. Chief among these are viruses, pathogens, bacteria and fungi that can engender diseases and cause damaging effects on the tree or plant. Further, there are many insects that consume vegetation additionally weakening the plant system or even facilitating the transmission of the aforementioned viruses, pathogens, bacteria and fungi. In particular the Canker and the Greening diseases have impacted Asia and America which has resulted in the application of copper sprays with little positive impact. The inventor created a unique powdered solution that has both nutritional benefit and pathogenic elimination properties; thus, the plant or tree receiving application is strengthened so that when the disease or organism is destroyed it continues to live.