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Patent For Roof Protection Product Recently Approved
A patent for a roof protection product from TriCord Hurricane Products has been approved. The product developed by TriCord can be placed over homeowner’s roof before the storm and can be removed after the storm. A simple and inexpensive product TriCord is anticipated to be workable on any home. The hurricane product has been tested at Florida International University’s “Wall of Wind” and Clemson University’s Wind Research Laboratory. According to an article in www.hurricanesafetysystems.com the product has been found to endure Category 3 winds (125mph) and is expected to resist winds of higher velocity. TriCord completed its product development and testing phase for hurricane safety system on October 19, 2006. The system is delicately designed with the help of tubular plastic modules. The modules are
Hurricane Safety Product Patent Awarded to Storm-Busters
As a Florida patent attorney practicing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, I have seen my fair share of hurricanes in the past couple of years run through South Florida as well as my fair share of hurricane patents for a wide variety of safety products. In this regard, a hurricane Safety product patent has been awarded to Storm-Busters, which offers a new concept of storm protection. According to an article published in www.floridatoday.com it is essentially a 16mm polypropylene vertical fluted panel bolted by one of 4 different Florida Building Code approved systems. The patented Storm-Busters is sold through Lowe’s, which provides the panels throughout the stores in Florida. The Storm-Busters come as a better alternative for Plywood or hurricane shutters usually applied to avoid devastating storms. Althoug
The Auger Buddy Fishing Equipment Patent Is Still Pending
If you’re an ice fisherman, the patent pending Auger Buddy may make your fishing trips easier. The inventors of the Auger Buddy have recently reached the patent pending stage for their lightweight, hand-operated sled, which transports the power auger and other ice fishing equipment across ice and snow. An article at www.pr.com touts the Auger Buddy as a hassle-free solution for carrying equipment and tackle to and from fishing holes. It’s convenient, and it also gives fisherman more time to fish and less time lugging. You’ll see that many new inventions capitalize on convenience and work to give people more time. In this time-pressed culture, we need all the extra moments we can get.