Interchangeable Centre for Ring – USA and Canadian patents for Sale

US Ring patent

canadian ring patent     

We are selling a unique item with it’s patented designs.

Our ring design features an interchangeable centre by screwing in the designed centre. Therefore, the ring can have a number of designs just by interchanging the centre.  The ring prototype with 2 interchangeable centres is made of 14kt gold and the centres have a number of gemstones and diamonds that provide a pleasing and beautiful ring.

We have added the value and the description of each ring plus the USA and Canadian patents.  We are offering both the ring with 2 centres and the patents for $5000.00 Canadian.

For inquiries please go to our Enviroquest Ltd. website www.enviroquestltd.com or call us at our office at 1-519-659-0573.  Please ask for Sherrene.ring appraisals (ignore page 3 of ring appraisal which no longer exist).

 

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The Microencapsulation of botanicals, like menthol for treating honeybee mites.

Honeybee colonies are subjected to two mites, the tracheal mite (Acarapis woodi)and the varroa mite (Varroa jacobsoni). Both mites suck the haemolymph (i.e., blood) of the host. The tracheal mite inhabits the trachea while the varroa mite affects the larval and adult stages of the honeybee.  Both mites require intensive management and use of chemicals to control them, and both mites are found in North America and Europe. Many of the chemicals used to treat the mites, such as synthetic miticides have limited use in controlling the mites, and many are difficult to handle for the beekeeper. Botanicals, such as raw menthol have been somewhat effective, but again are volatile and not easy to handle, and the bees do not tend to tolerate it in the hive.

Enviroquest Ltd. has developed a way to administer botanicals, such as menthol, in a microencapsulated form, where the encapsulated menthol is easy to ingest by the bees, and therefore, are able to get the menthol into the hemolymph to change the biochemistry where the mites find it difficult to feed on the bee blood, and cannot increase in numbers.  Microencapsulated menthol has been extensively tested for the control of tracheal mites, and has been shown to be effective.  Limited testing has been done on the varroa mite due to time and financial constraints.

Enviroquest Ltd. has three patents on the method of microencapsulation of menthol, and other botanicals and can be found on the US and Canadian patent office websites (patent number and titles provided below):

PAT. NO. Title
1 8,959,161 Full-Text Method and apparatus for electronic messaging for managing and communicating availability of a user
2 8,727,849 Full-Text Board games and methods of playing
3 D640,583 Full-Text Ring
4 D593,796 Full-Text Container for holding a flexible coffee bag
5 7,162,362 Full-Text Method and system for provisioning electronic field guides
6 6,333,052 Full-Text Medicaments for beneficial insects and method
7 5,631,024 Full-Text Medicaments for beneficial insects and method

 

 

 

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About Enviroquest Ltd. blog

Enviroquest Ltd. is dedicated to providing information on our latest research, educational opportunities (i.e., new courses available) and product development and innovation.

Our main areas of interest are:

Avian conservation, Bird problems in buildings

Honeybee health, conservation, pollination

software innovation

Education: providing courses on ornithology and apiculture

 

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