(PRWEB) July 08, 2012
Premiere patent search portal, StrutPatent.com, launched late last year with an impressive database of more than 1.1 million patents that dated back to 2007. Since then they’ve been adding to the database each week as new patents have been issued. The site has become a major resource of information on the latest activity within the United States Patent and Trade Office and patent trends in general.
Recently, StrutPatent.com turned their attention to the past rather than the present by expanding their patent database to include patents dating as far back as 1990. Users can now search more than 3.6 million patents issued over the last 22 years. It is the latest effort by StrutPatent.com to offer users the most robust patent search experience on the web.
This addition of patents comes after StrutPatent.com amped up its site design and enhanced its patent search features to improve the user experience and display of the information. Users can find the newly added patents using a number of specific search options including:
StrutPatent.com has maintained the basic search functionality for users that prefer to use a more broad approach or do not have detailed information on a patent. Users can also choose to search for patents by date based on year, month and/or week. However, users should keep in mind that patents older than 17-20 years old may be expired, though the status of the patent doesn’t affect the relevance of the information found on the site.
To search for patents or learn more about Strut Patent, LLC., please visit: StrutPatent.com
StrutPatent.com, a patent search portal powered by Strut Patent, LLC., uses high quality data to provide inventors and businesses with the ability to quickly and easily research patents to find information on inventors and application specifics, obtain summaries of inventions and view drawings associated with a particular patent . StrutPatent.com features comprehensive, yet user-friendly patent search tools, weekly updates on newly issued patents, patent directories, information about patent applications, inventors, assignees, patent numbers, patents grants, patents issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office and other like services and resources.