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Subject: China to Change Trademark Law
(Posted on Jan 2, 2013 at 09:14AM by Media Manager) Tags:

Chinese legislature debates
trademark law draft amendment




China's top legislature on Monday began deliberating a draft amendment to the Trademark Law that would prevent the malicious registration of trademarks that are already in use.

"Applications should not be accepted if the applicants know beforehand that the trademarks to be registered are already in use by other companies," says the draft, which was submitted to the bimonthly session of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) for review.

The draft is intended to curb the malicious registration of trademarks by individuals who have insider knowledge of other companies using said trademarks.

The amendment also offers protection for renowned trademarks, giving their owners the right to ban others from registering the trademarks or using similar ones -- even if such trademarks are not registered.

In such a case, the trademark in question must be determined to be well-known, with results to be valid only for that specific case, the amendment states.

Subject: Blueprint Nanotechnology
(Posted on Sep 18, 2012 at 11:53AM by Media Manager) Tags:

Cealtec Products Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of it's Blueprint Nanotechnology™ Program to repair and heal reciprocating fossil fueled engines and power plants of all sizes. From small engines to ships and locomotive applications we can deliver positive results in every industry sector.

Blueprint Nanotechnology™ has its core in nano particles that can seamlessly locate and fill micro pours, damaged and worn areas in the cylinder housing, walls and piston rings to create a more efficient and tighter nano-on-nano tolerance. The result is improved engine performance, lower fuel consumption, emissions and maintenance costs. Blueprint Nanotechnology ™is delivered with a revolutionary and advanced  nanotechnology called CealDoctor Self-healing Treatments and will extend the life cycle of an engine and/or power plant.

Unlike the snake oils and PTFE lubricants and additives of the world, our nano particles contained within the CealDoctor™ product are like DNA sized ball bearings that align themselves in the worn and damaged areas, micro pores and machined areas of the cylinders and piston rings using self-aligning +/- charge, pressure and heat to form a polished nano-on-nano tolerance. This revolutionary process creates a permanent heal on the metal surface of the cylinder sleeves and piston rings and significantly improves the overall performance of an engine.

Blueprint Nanotechnology is an advanced engine repair technology that is delivered to an engine via oil (the carrier) but it is the nanotechnology that is important, not the oil. Blueprint Nanotechnology™ is delivered to an engine using any approved SAE, OEM, API, ACEA, ASTM, JASO, ILSAC motor oil.

Visit our website at www.blueprintnanotechnology.com

 

 

 

Scientists Solve Hydrogen Storage Problems Using Advanced Nanotechnology


 

Scientists have developed a safe and practical method of storing hydrogen in nanoparticles,
opening the way for its wide spread use as a fuel source.

Hydrogen has long been touted as a fuel of the future with applications ranging from powering buildings and cars, to portable electronic devices such as computers.

However, developing a useful means of storage has been a major stumbling block.

Existing methods involve cryogenic storage at extremely high pressures.

Meganne Christian and Dr Kondo-Francois Aguey-Zinsou of the University of New South Wales have successfully used a core-shell nanostructure to store, release and reabsorb hydrogen at practical temperatures and pressures.

The research, reported in the journal ACS Nano, uses tiny particles of synthesised sodium borohydride encased in nickel shells.

Aguey-Zinsou says the compound, which includes lithium and sodium, was known to be an effective storage material because it could bond large amounts of hydrogen.

"Hydrogen is a gas of very low density, so if you want to power a car with it you need big volumes," says Aguey-Zinsou. "[You would need] a five metre diameter tank to drive 400 kilometres."

"But sodium borohydride acts like a sponge, allowing you to store the same amount of hydrogen in something the size of a normal car fuel tank."

Initial hurdles

Normally the compound could only be used once because it requires temperatures above 550° Celsius to release hydrogen, causing it to break apart. It can be recombined, but only under extremely high temperatures and pressures.

"Encasing the compound in tiny nanoshells lets us fine tune their properties, making them reversible at lower pressures and temperatures, allowing them to continually reabsorb and release hydrogen," says Aguey-Zinsou.

"Initial hydrogen release is now happening at just 50°C with significant release at 350°C."

Ongoing research

Aguey-Zinsou and colleagues are currently working to better understand the features of the nanostructure, and are building a demonstration project showcasing the technology.

"It will use electricity from solar and wind energy to extract hydrogen out of water using an electrolyser," says Aguey-Zinsou. "This is then stored in a tank of sodium borohydride and used to drive a fuel cell to generate electricity at night or when there's no wind."

"The first commercial applications could be just three or four years away."



 

Subject: CealDoctor Nanotechnology Video
(Posted on Aug 21, 2012 at 02:27PM by Media Manager) Tags:

Cealtec's President & CEO , Barry Good

Video Presentation



 

Revolutionary Advanced Permanent Engine Treatment
for all types of fossil fueled engines

Subject: Desk Top Nano Powder Production Now a Reality
(Posted on Aug 2, 2012 at 08:52AM by Media Manager) Tags:


PULSE WIRE EVAPORATION TECHNOLOGY


Nano Powder Canada was established in September 2010 with a mission to become a leading distributor and manufacturer of high quality Nano Metal Powders & Ceramic Fibres as well as supplying advanced Pulsed Wire Evaporation (PWE) manufacturing and Compaction Plants for the production of Nano materials. Various R&D projects and industries related to this Nano Technology have been developed and production of several new Advanced Leading Edge products has evolved as result;

- Pulsed Wire Evaporation (PWE) System to produce Nano Powder
- Magnetic Pulsed Compaction (MPC) System to compact Nano Powder
- Metal/Ceramic Nano Powders : Al, Cu, Fe, Ag, Sn, W, Zn, Cu-Ni Alloy, CuO, ZnO, SnO2
- Nano Fibers : Al2O3, Fe2O3
 

The Portable Desktop Nano Particle Collid Maker is now available to educational and reasearch centre around the globe.


 

Subject: NANO KOREA 2012
(Posted on Aug 2, 2012 at 08:26AM by Media Manager) Tags:



 

NANO KOREA, co-hosted by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology with the objectives of providing technological foundations in the age of the convergence industry and promoting the industrialization of nanotechnology as well as facilitating the production of nanotechnology-based products, is the largest international nanotechnology event in Korea that has been held every year since 2003.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, NANO KOREA, comprising an Exhibition (business) and a Symposium (academic), will be held under the theme “Nanotechnology, The Frontiers of Innovation” on the largest scale ever.
Subject: New Nanotechnology Product
(Posted on Aug 1, 2012 at 10:05AM by Media Manager) Tags:
          

CealDoctor Self-healing Engine Treatments going to market

CealDoctor™ products are self-healing engine treatments designed at the nano technology level and formulated for most types of fossil fueled engines and mechanical devices that require internal cures for damaged surfaces due to wear or foreign particle damage.

CealDoctor™ Self-healing Engine Treatment can be used in almost any type of fossil fueled, combustion engine in motorcycle, vehicle, industrial equipment and marine applications. Metal nano powder is used to recover the damaged parts of the engine because the parts of the engine being targeted are metal.

Conventional engine treatments are made with Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2), graphite and Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)—ingredients that easily degrade in high temperature environments, leading to frequent applications. CealDoctor™ Copper-Nickel (Cu-Ni) alloy particles bond with blemishes and do not oxidize under the high temperatures This means that frequent re-application is not necessary. CealDoctor™ can improve engine performance in the following areas:

• Reduces harmful CO2 Emissions
• Contributes to passing government emissions testing
• Reduces oil consumption
• Extends the life cycle of many engines
• Reduces smoke by up to 30-40%
• Improves engine power by up to 15%
• Improves fuel economy by up to 15%
• Reduces noise and vibration
• Reduces oil consumption
• Reduces maintenance costs

Distributed by Cealtec Products Inc. Richmond, British Columbia Canada



 

Subject: CealDoctor Nano BLOG
(Posted on Jul 31, 2012 at 10:56PM by Media Manager) Tags:

 

CealDoctor Nanotechnology BLOG Launched


Cealtec Products Inc. has now launched a CealDoctor NANO BLOG to help expand your understanding of this revolutionary and advanced new technology. The world is changing rapidly and industry is racing to gain entry into this field of science. New products are now available that will change the way we exist. Almost every industrial sector is being impacted in exciting and positive ways that will dramatically improve the quality and footprint of new products and technology. More productivity with less work and better opportunities for our future generations.

" I want to build a billion tiny factories, models of each other, which are manufacturing simultaneously. . . The principles of physics, as far as I can see, do not speak against the possibility of maneuvering things atom by atom. It is not an attempt to violate any laws; it is something, in principle, that can be done; but in practice, it has not been done because we are too big.":— Richard Feynman, Nobel Prize winner in physics

Your contribution to this BLOG will be appreciated.