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The R&D Dept.: Local patents for 8.28.13

Michael Schwartz August 28, 2013 0

Weight with handles
Patent D688,759
Claims the ornamental design for weight with handles.
Inventors: David Robert Davies, III (North Chesterfield)
Assignee: Atlas Barbell, LLC (North Chesterfield)
August 27, 2013

Circle X weight
Patent D688,758
Claims the ornamental design for circle X weight.
Inventors: David Robert Davies, III (North Chesterfield)
Assignee: Atlas Barbell, LLC (North Chesterfield)
August 27, 2013

Weight
Patent D688,757
Claims the ornamental design for weight.
Inventors: David Robert Davies, III (North Chesterfield)
Assignee: Atlas Barbell, LLC (North Chesterfield)
August 27, 2013

Coffeemaker
Patent D688,506
Claims the ornamental design for a coffeemaker.
Inventors: Mark C. Steiner (Midlothian)
Assignee: Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc. (Glen Allen)
August 27, 2013

Toaster
Patent D688,509
Claims the ornamental design for a toaster.
Inventors: Drew Carlson (Henrico)
Assignee: Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc. (Glen Allen)
August 27, 2013

Composite filter media
Patent 8,512,432
A composite filter media structure includes, in an exemplary embodiment, a base substrate that includes a nonwoven synthetic fabric formed from a plurality of fibers with a spunbond process. The base substrate has a filtration efficiency of about 35% to less than 50%, measured in accordance with EN 1822 (1998) test procedure A nanofiber layer is deposited on one side of the base substrate. The composite filter media structure has a minimum filtration efficiency of about 70%, measured in accordance with EN 1822 (1998) test procedure.
Inventors: David Charles Jones (Midlothian); Hyun Sung Lim (Midlothian)
August 20, 2013

Monoaxial and polyaxial pedicle screw
Patent 8,512,382
The present invention relates to an alternatively monoaxial and polyaxial pedicle or other similar surgical screw that can be used in a polyaxial manner and then locked or otherwise secured at a desired angle or orientation, i.e. used in a monoaxial manner, prior to engaging a rod or other similar stabilization member with the pedicle or other similar surgical screw. In other words, the present invention provides a pedicle or other similar surgical screw that can be selectively used in either a monoaxial or polyaxial configuration, as is desirable in a particular application or at a particular point of a given surgical procedure.
Inventors: Trace Cawley (Boca Raton, Fla.); Chester Sharps (Manakin-Sabot); Hans Robert Tuten (Richmond)
Assignee: US Spine, Inc. (Salt Lake City)
August 20, 2013

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