“HVAC SYSTEM”

IP Approach LLC is pleased to present the exclusive patents for sale “Self-modulating HVAC system” which includes U.S. Granted Patent US10408486B2, Published Patent Applications WO2019157111A1, US20200056804A1, US20190346417A1, US20190346170A1 and Unpublished Applications PCT/US19/32201, PCT/US19/32304, 16/183473, 16/282184 assigned to Scientific Environmental Design Inc. The IP relates to a method, a self-modulating HVAC system for improved energy efficiency and performance.

The technology disclosed provides the following  advantages:

  1. HVAC system can achieve more Sensible BTU output with less power consumed for the same given amount of airflow across the indoor coil at 400 CFM/Ton.
  2. HVAC System increases the SEER rating of the unit.
  3. Present Invention doesn’t cause various structural issues, such as peeling paint, soggy drywall, frame and trim rot from condensation on windows, and mold or mildew growth in carpets.
  4. HVAC system is capable of cooling and dehumidifying the air in a home, while maintaining sufficient airflow and energy-efficiency.
  5. Self-modulating HVAC system have a cooling coil bypass to maintain an appropriate calculated airflow through the conditioned space while limiting the air that passes over the cooling coil to achieve an optimal sensible BTU rate for energy efficiency without adversely affecting the latent moisture removal side of air conditioning.

The global HVAC systems market size was valued at USD 130.5 billion in 2019 and is projected to register a CAGR of 6.1% from 2020 to 2027. The global net zero energy buildings (NZEB) market stood at $896.6 million in 2018, and it is expected to reach $2,106.6 million by 2024, demonstrating a CAGR of 15.6% during the forecast period.

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“UTILIZATION OF IRRIGATION WATER SAVER”

IPApproach LLC is pleased to present the exclusive patent for sale “IRRIGATION WATER SAVER” which includes U.S. Patent US 10334795 B2, GCC patents GC 0004596, GC 0008852, Australian application AU 2017258934 A1 and Egyptian application 1866/2017 assigned to Mubarak Abdulla Mubarak Albuainain. The IP relates to a method of reducing the amount of water used in irrigation of a tree/plant.

The technology disclosed provides the following advantages,

  • The device has ability to absorb and store irrigation water in high capacity up to 300% in higher quantity than soil ground.
  • The device is the sustainable source of water which supplies the roots of a tree or plant in areas which suffer from shortfall of rain, with poor type of soil and depletion of underground water reservoir.
  • The device absorbs more water and make the surrounding soil constantly moisture and wet by allowing diffusion of water from device.
  • The device will help reduce the amount of irrigation water consumption between 20% to 30%.
  • The device have greater water absorbing ability than the sandy soil thereby limiting the loss of water into the ground and maintaining a degree of moisture to the surrounding area under in proximity to said tree/plant especially in poor sandy soil.

The device will be inserted under large trees vertically within the range of depth of 50cm to 100cm; medium trees (i.e. cotton; corn, pomegranate, banana, appte, orange, grape...etc) within the range of depth of 25cm to 50cm; plants (i.e. lettuce, cabbage, tobacco, beans, peas, egg plant, chili, tomato ...etc.) within the range of 10cm to 25cm. The size/length is according to the size and age of tree/plant. Large trees, the size /length of the device is within the range of 25cm or longer, medium trees within the range of 15cm to 25cm and plants within the range of 5cm to 10cm. The number of device required is according to size and age of tree/plant and the season. Large tree at rate of 2 devices in winter and a minimum rate of 4 devices in summer; medium trees at rate of 1 device in winter and a minimum rate of 2 devices in summer; plants at a minimum rate of 1 device in season.

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“METHOD OF HEAT TREATING MAGNESIUM ALLOYS & MAGNESIUM GRAIN REFINING USING VANADIUM”

IPApproach LLC, is pleased to present the attached exclusive patents for sale “METHOD OF HEAT TREATING MAGNESIUM ALLOYS” which include U.S. Patent US 8,414,717 B2 and “MAGNESIUM GRAIN REFINING USING VANADIUM which include U.S. Patent US 8,784,579 B2 assigned to Joka Buha. 

The patent US 8,414,717 B2 relates to the method for low temperature heat treatment of an age-hardenable magnesium based alloys.  The technology disclosed provides the following advantages,

  • Age hardening of magnesium based alloys can be effected at significantly lower temperatures than are typically used during conventional T6 ageing,  
  • The tensile properties of most heat treatable magnesium alloys are limited compared to those of the currently used aluminum alloys, which is one of the main limitations for the wider application of magnesium alloys but the present invention includes a method to improve the tensile strength of magnesium alloys.
  • The enhanced ageing response typically comprises at least an improvement in both tensile strength and ductility. 
  • The low temperature heat treatment is accelerated, resulting in improved mechanical properties, such as ductility, strength and hardness levels, comparable to or better than those in the T6 condition.
  • Fracture toughness of alloys can be also significantly improved through age hardening.
  • An increase in the heat treatment temperature and the change of GP zone type, size, morphology and density in general results in increase in tensile strength and hardness while the ductility and fracture toughness remain improved compared to the T6 condition.

The patent US 8,784,579 B2 relates to process of grain refining magnesium metal or magnesium based alloy which includes the step of providing a melt of magnesium alloy wherein melting includes grain refining agent like vanadium.  The technology disclosed provides the following advantages,

  • The inventive vanadium grain refiner is applicable to all magnesium-based alloys and to both cast and wrought magnesium based alloys, particularly those where magnesium comprises more than 75 wt % (weight percent).
  • Presence of a trace amount of grain refiner like vanadium in the magnesium solid solution significantly improves the magnitude and kinetics of hardening during ageing. 
  • Refining Agent like Vanadium used in this invention has a multiple beneficial effect on some alloys, which is not observed with grain refiners such as zirconium or carbon and carbon-bearing compounds. This makes vanadium a highly suitable and preferred choice as grain refiner even for magnesium alloys that have traditionally been grain refined by zirconium.
  • By using a grain refiner comprised of vanadium metal alone or vanadium metal in the combination with one or more alloying elements intended to be present in the magnesium alloy, it is possible to produce uniform grain size of cast alloys which is at least two times smaller than when the said grain refiner is not used, thereby significantly improving the mechanical properties of cast alloys and wrought products, particularly the tensile properties in the as-cast state.

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“Energy Harvesting System”

IPApproach LLC is pleased to present the exclusive patents for sale “ENERGY HARVESTING SYSTEM” which include U.S. Patent US 10170960 B2 assigned to GIANFRANCO GUERCIO. The IP relates to Energy Harvesting System for effectively harvesting kinetic energy from exhaust air and converting the kinetic energy to electricity.

The technology disclosed provides the following advantages:

  • The system utilizes the energy of exhaust air and converts to produce electrical power.
  • The energy harvesting system solves the problem of high electric bills and harnesses the wasted energy making a better efficient operation for the power plant (i.e. maximizes efficiency of existing power generation plants).
  • Any type of manufacturing plant can adopt this energy harvesting system (Ease of Implementation)
  • The energy harvesting system provides electrical power feed back into an electrical network using any existing system of compressed air or vacuum air for industrial applications.

Energy harvesting system market is estimated to grow from USD 311.2 Million in 2016 to USD 645.8 Million by 2023, at a CAGR of 10.62% during the forecast period. The major factors driving the growth of this market include growing demand for safe, power-efficient, and durable systems that require minimum or no maintenance, extensive implementation of IOT devices in automation and energy harvesting technology in building and home automation, and increasing trend for green energy and favorable initiatives by the governments.

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