Private Companies 14

SWITZ

October 17, 2017: Honeywell Technologies SARL issued new U.S. patent [9,790,670]

NEWS BITES - PRIVATE COMPANIES

Honeywell Technologies SARL has been issued a new U.S. patent titled "Arrangement for handling a liquid medium" by the US Patent and Trademark Office.

ABSTRACT

An arrangement for managing a liquid medium, such as water, combines a pressure-reducing valve with two backflow prevention valves. Both the pressure-reducing valve and the two backflow prevention valves may be integrated into a common housing, specifically with both backflow prevention valves in an inlet chamber of the housing, wherein the inlet chamber and an outlet chamber of the housing are either fluidly coupled or isolated from one another by the pressure-reducing valve depending on the outlet chamber pressure prevailing in the outlet chamber. In some instances, a manually actuatable shut-off valve may be integrated into the housing. The manually actuatable shut-off valve may selectively keep the pressure-reducing valve in a closed position or allow the automatic opening and closing of the pressure-reducing valve depending on the outlet chamber pressure prevailing in the outlet chamber.

Appl. No.14/125,037
PCT FiledMay 7, 2012
PCT No.PCT/EP2012/001949

INDEX

SECTION 1 HONEYWELL TECHNOLOGIES SARL PROFILE

SECTION 2 PRESS RELEASES: 2014

SECTION 3 HONEYWELL TECHNOLOGIES SARL PATENTS

SECTION 1 HONEYWELL TECHNOLOGIES SARL PROFILE

1.1 ACTIVITIES

Honeywell Technologies SARL operates as a subsidiary of Honeywell International Inc.

1.2 SUMMARY

PermID: 4298433613

Website: http://www.honeywell.com/turbo

Industry: Aerospace and Defense

SECTION 2 PRESS RELEASES: 2014

April 25: Honeywell Transportation Systems Appoints Senior Leader for Aftermarket Business in North America

TROY, Mich. - April 24, 2014 - Honeywell Transportation Systems has named Dan Yaung general manager of the company's turbocharger and friction materials aftermarket business in North America.

Yaung will be in co-located in Troy, Mich. and Plymouth, Mich., splitting his time with both the Friction Materials and Turbo Technologies teams. Yaung will report to Olivier Rabiller, vice president and general manager for Honeywell Transportation Systems Aftermarket who is located in Rolle, Switzerland at Transportation Systems' global headquarters.

"Dan will be responsible for leading the North American aftermarket cross-functional team in developing and implementing initiatives that deliver growth and customer value," said Rabiller. "This move will help strengthen and focus our aftermarket business, which includes our Bendix(Registered) by Honeywell and Garrett(Registered) by Honeywell brands. We will continue to evolve the organization to meet the needs of our customers and our ability to appropriately serve them."

In this new role, Yaung will be using the experience and knowledge of the Honeywell Friction Materials team and an industry leading product portfolio to meet the needs of the industry's growing customer base in North America. On the Honeywell Turbo Technologies side of the business, he will work closely with the existing OEM team in Plymouth, Mich. to ensure the aftermarket portfolio continues to evolve from a heavily commercial vehicle focus to include an increased number of passenger vehicle turbochargers given the rapid increase of adoption in the North American new vehicle market.

Prior to this position, Yaung was the director of market and business development for Honeywell Transportation Systems in Rolle, Switzerland. He also served as director of global projects for Honeywell Friction Materials in Glinde, Germany, and was director of strategic supplier relationships for Human Resources Strategy and Transformation in Morristown, N.J.

SECTION 3 HONEYWELL TECHNOLOGIES SARL PATENTS

PREVIOUS PATENT STORY:

June 20, 2017 Honeywell Technologies SARL issued new U.S. patent [9,683,674]

ABSTRACT

A regulating device may include a housing that defines an inlet chamber and an outlet chamber, with a flow restriction seat between the inlet chamber and the outlet chamber. A flow restriction valve is movable relative to the flow restriction seat to adjust the flow between the inlet chamber and the outlet chamber of the regulating device. A servo valve having a servo chamber may be used to adjust the position of the flow restriction valve. The servo chamber may be fluidly coupled to the inlet chamber though a fixed flow restriction and to the outlet chamber though an adjustable flow restriction. A stepper motor may be used to adjust the servo valve to adjust the adjustable flow restriction between the servo chamber and the outlet chamber. This causes a change of the servo pressure, which moves the flow restriction valve and adjusts the flow of the regulating device.

PermID: 4298433613

Created by www.buysellsignals.com for News Bites Finance