Dynamic Anti-vibration and Balancing Technology Patents for Sale on the Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask™ Market

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Auction of extensively tested and industry verified viscoelastic gel technology used to resolve balancing issues across a wide variety of sectors disclosed in a collection of 51 patents issued by 14 jurisdictions including US, Europe, Canada, China, India, South Africa, among others on the Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask™ Market.

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Applicable to virtually any mechanism that rotates around an axle, the Dynamic Force Compensation technology is a novel and environmentally favorable approach to dynamically resolve balancing issues in rotating devices and machinery.

Ocean Tomo Transactions, LLC will auction a portfolio 51 patents issued by 14 jurisdictions including US, Europe, Canada, China, India, South Africa, among others for extensively tested and industry verified viscoelastic gel technology used to resolve balance issues. Available as Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask™ Market patent auction lot 104, the patented technology rectifies balance issues in a wide variety of industries. “Applicable to virtually any mechanism that rotates around an axle, the Dynamic Force Compensation or DFC technology is a novel and environmentally favorable approach to dynamically resolve balancing issues in rotating devices and machinery,” according to Dr. Bertil Carnehammar.

There are many causes of vibrations, and virtually any rotating device that is left uncorrected will have imbalances. These imbalances result in many technical challenges, added costs and premature wear of components, and may also harm the environment. The Dynamic Force Compensation technology was developed to alleviate problems associated with vibrations in objects rotating around an axle. The technology would be of interest across a wide variety of industries where rotating devices such as tires/wheels, helicopter rotors, high-speed centrifuges, propellers, camshafts, turbines, fan flywheels, virtually any mechanism that rotates around an axle. The patents in this lot have a priority date of June 24, 1999.

Further details on the Dynamic Force Compensation gel, including the years of R&D investment, market testing and product advantages of the proprietary and patented DFC technology, including, improved functionality, cost reduction, safety and environmental benefits for manufacturers as well as end-users are detailed further in this Dynamic Anti-vibration and Balancing Technology Overview presentation.

To request bidder credentials or for further information on this auction or other auctions on the Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask™ Market, contact Layna Guo at Layna@OTI.com or 1-312-327-8179.

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