Biogas Purifier System

Biogas Purifier System Canadian Trademark Information

The core unit of the Carbon Capture and Infusion System was tested at the College Communitaire de Nouveau Brunswick's Biotechnology Scaleup Center for its ability to possibly separate methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) from anaerobic digester and landfill biogas under the principle that the CO2 and H2S would dissolve in water, and the methane would pass through as it is non-soluble. The results were positive in that nearly 90% methane concentration was achieved from biogas that has typically 60% methane concentration, whilst infusing into water the CO2 which typically makes up over 39% of the biogas and the H2S which is less than 1%. The system's use in separating biogas by dissolving CO2 and H2S in water, and having a higher concentration of methane offgas, led to the development of the "Integrated Biogas Refinery" platform. The core unit of the Carbon Capture and Infusion System was tested at the College Communitaire de Nouveau Brunswick's Biotechnology Scaleup Center for its ability to possibly separate methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) from anaerobic digester and landfill biogas under the principle that the CO2 and ...

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On Wednesday, October 10, 2012, a canadian trademark registration was filed for Biogas Purifier System by Solutions4CO2 Inc. 120 Adelaide Street West, Suite 2400, Toronto, ONTARIO, CANADA M5H1T1. The Canadian IP office has given the trademark application number of 1597642. The current status of this trademark filing is Interruption of proceeding. The Biogas Purifier System trademark is filed in the description of The core unit of the Carbon Capture and Infusion System was tested at the College Communitaire de Nouveau Brunswick's Biotechnology Scaleup Center for its ability to possibly separate methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) from anaerobic digester and landfill biogas under the principle that the CO2 and H2S would dissolve in water, and the methane would pass through as it is non-soluble. The results were positive in that nearly 90% methane concentration was achieved from biogas that has typically 60% methane concentration, whilst infusing into water the CO2 which typically makes up over 39% of the biogas and the H2S which is less than 1%. The system's use in separating biogas by dissolving CO2 and H2S in water, and having a higher concentration of methane offgas, led to the development of the "Integrated Biogas Refinery" platform. , The core unit of the Carbon Capture and Infusion System was tested at the College Communitaire de Nouveau Brunswick's Biotechnology Scaleup Center for its ability to possibly separate methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) from anaerobic digester and landfill biogas under the principle that the CO2 and H2S would dissolve in water, and the methane would pass through as it is non-soluble. The results were positive in that nearly 90% methane concentration was achieved from biogas that has typically 60% methane concentration, whilst infusing into water the CO2 which typically makes up over 39% of the biogas and the H2S which is less than 1%. The system's use in separating biogas by dissolving CO2 and H2S in water, and having a higher concentration of methane offgas, led to the development of the "Integrated Biogas Refinery" platform. .
Word Mark: Biogas Purifier System
Current Status:
Interruption of proceeding
LIVE Mark!
3/4/2014
Application Number: 1597642
Filing Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Filing Place: Canada
Registration Date: Not Available
Register Type: Primary
Type Of Mark: Trademark
Mark Feature: Word
Use In Commerce: Yes
Last Applicant/Owner: 120 Adelaide Street West, Suite 2400
Toronto
ONTARIO
CANADA M5H1T1
Correspondent: Not provided
Goods and Services Information
Description:
(1) - The core unit of the Carbon Capture and Infusion System was tested at the College Communitaire de Nouveau Brunswick's Biotechnology Scaleup Center for its ability to possibly separate methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) from anaerobic digester and landfill biogas under the principle that the CO2 and H2S would dissolve in water, and the methane would pass through as it is non-soluble. The results were positive in that nearly 90% methane concentration was achieved from biogas that has typically 60% methane concentration, whilst infusing into water the CO2 which typically makes up over 39% of the biogas and the H2S which is less than 1%. The system's use in separating biogas by dissolving CO2 and H2S in water, and having a higher concentration of methane offgas, led to the development of the "Integrated Biogas Refinery" platform.
(2) - The core unit of the Carbon Capture and Infusion System was tested at the College Communitaire de Nouveau Brunswick's Biotechnology Scaleup Center for its ability to possibly separate methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) from anaerobic digester and landfill biogas under the principle that the CO2 and H2S would dissolve in water, and the methane would pass through as it is non-soluble. The results were positive in that nearly 90% methane concentration was achieved from biogas that has typically 60% methane concentration, whilst infusing into water the CO2 which typically makes up over 39% of the biogas and the H2S which is less than 1%. The system's use in separating biogas by dissolving CO2 and H2S in water, and having a higher concentration of methane offgas, led to the development of the "Integrated Biogas Refinery" platform.

Classification Information

Class Code: 011 - Environmental Control Instrument Products (lighting, heating, cooling, cooking)
Description: Appliances, lighting, heating, sanitary installations

Matter History Events

Status Date: Record Status Description
2014-03-04 National prosecution history entry - abandoned - Section 36
2013-12-10 National prosecution history entry - default notice sent
2013-05-21 Filing date accorded - Search Recorded
2013-05-21 National prosecution history entry - Examiner's First Report
2012-10-16 Filing date accorded - formalized
2012-10-11 National prosecution history entry - created
2012-10-10 Application filed - filed
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