VUOTOTECNICA VT



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Parts and accessories for vacuum and suction systems for industrial use, namely, suction cups operated by vacuum seal and used for gripping and handling items comprised of flat, curved, smooth, crude or rough surfaces, namely, for gripping and handling packed and unpacked food products, paper sheets, cardboard sheets, paper bags, plastic bags, labels, CDs, ceramic tiles, baked clay tiles, glass slabs, marble plates, marble slabs, granite plates, plastic and wood panels used for furniture, cylindrical bodies in the nature of pipes, bottles, grinding wheels, small metal parts, namely, steel plates, smooth plates, corrugated sheet-iron, sheet-steel, galvanized sheet-iron, sawn-, bush-hammered, or flamed marble, buckle plates, tread plates or plates with frets, striated sheets of solid transparent, resinous material to be used as a glass substitute, raw cement and garden tiles with grit, in order to move, place, or stack the aforesaid items for storage or transport; suction cups operated by a vacuum-seal created by a bellow and used for gripping and handling items comprised of flat, curved, smooth, crude or rough surfaces, namely, for gripping and handling packed and unpacked food products, paper sheets, cardboard sheets, paper bags, plastic bags, labels, CDs, ceramic tiles, baked clay tiles, glass slabs, marble plates, marble slabs, granite plates, plastic and wood panels used for furniture, cylindrical bodies such as pipes, bottles, grinding wheels, small metal parts, namely, steel plates, smooth plate, corrugated sheet-iron, sheet-steel, galvanized sheet-iron and buckle plates, sawn-, bush-hammered, or flamed marble, buckle plates, tread plates or plates with frets, striated sheets of solid transparent, resinous material to be used as a glass substitute, raw cement and garden tiles with grit, in order to move, place, or stack the aforesaid items for storage or transport; valves as parts of vacuums, namely, manually operated valves and machine-operated self-closing valves for use in opening and closing the vacuum bag aperture to enable vacuum bag evacuation, and for use in opening and closing the aperture of a fluid reservoir to control fluid level and fluid flow, for use in interrupting a vacuum seal, and for regulating, adjusting and controlling the vacuum level; Vacuum-operated thermowelders, namely, vacuum-operated heat sealers which enable suction to be controlled separately from the inlet of air into the circuit, and for use on feeders, namely, hand-operated or machine-operated devices that enable the insertion of an item into another machine or apparatus, cup stackers, namely, machines that lift and stack cups, and switchgears, namely, switching equipment used in an electric power station, and to test the sealing of cellophane wrappings on food products; suction filters in the form of filtering cartridges placed and used on the suction inlet of a vacuum pump or on the suction inlet of a vacuum hose to filter impurities and prevent them from reaching the vacuum pump valves; oil bath suction filters, namely, filters which utilize an oil bath as the filtering medium to maximize suctioning capabilities when filtering thin or impalpable powders; siphon filters, namely, pneumatic suction units comprised of suction cups used to draw liquids via siphon action through a tube and then though through filters which extract the impurities; non-metal flexible hoses for vacuums and non-metal hose fittings; vacuum pumps; oil bath vacuum pumps; small vacuum pump sets comprised of lubricated and dry rotary vane vacuum pumps and drives for vacuum pumps that use compressed air to produce a vacuum; Pneumatic single-stage and multi-stage vacuum pump sets, namely, vacuum pump sets comprised of pneumatically operated drives for vacuum pumps which produce a vacuum using compressed air; vacuum generators, in the nature of vacuum pumps, namely, machines that use compressed air to produce a vacuum; vacuum jets, in the nature of pumps as parts of machines that blow or eject compressed air to produce a vacuum, comprised of pneumatic suction pumps, pneumatic blowing pumps and vacuum cylinders; Vacuum flow generators, in the nature of vacuum pumps, namely, pneumatic single-stage and multi-stage vacuum generators, air-blowing pumps as parts of machines that blow or eject compressed air to produce a vacuum, used to direct the flow of and transfer of powders, granulated products, sawdust, corn, metal chips, liquid or dry foodstuffs into containers; air-blowing pumps as parts of machines that blow or eject compressed air to produce a vacuum, used for extracting fumes via vacuum suction; and air-blowing pumps as parts of machines that blow or eject compressed air to produce a vacuum to extract water or oil condensates from surfaces via vacuum suction; Vacuum-operated lifting systems comprised of robotics, in the nature of robotic arms for industrial purposes, suction cups and suction plates, used for lifting items via a vacuum-sealed suction in order to move, place, and stack goods on pallets for storage or transport

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  • Mar 03
    2013
    Final Decision Transaction Processed By IB
  • Jan 06
    2012
    Final Disposition Notice Sent To IB
  • Jan 05
    2012
    Final Disposition Processed
  • Oct 12
    2011
    Final Disposition Notice Created, To Be Sent To IB
  • Jul 12
    2011
    Registered Principal Register
  • Apr 26
    2011
    Official Gazette Publication Confirmation E Mailed
  • Apr 26
    2011
    Published For Opposition
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    2011
    Notification Of Possible Opposition Processed By IB
  • Apr 06
    2011
    Notification Of Possible Opposition Sent To IB
  • Apr 06
    2011
    Notice Of Start Of Opposition Period Created, To Be Sent To IB
  • Mar 21
    2011
    Law Office Publication Review Completed
  • Mar 21
    2011
    Assigned To LIE
  • Mar 04
    2011
    Exparte Appeal Terminated
  • Mar 03
    2011
    Approved For PUB Principal Register
  • Feb 23
    2011
    TEAS/Email Correspondence Entered
  • Feb 23
    2011
    Correspondence Received In Law Office
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    2011
    TEAS Request For Reconsideration Received
  • Nov 09
    2010
    Notification Of Possible Opposition Processed By IB
  • Oct 21
    2010
    Notification Of Possible Opposition Sent To IB
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    2010
    Notification Of Possible Opposition Created, To Be Sent To IB
  • Sep 01
    2010
    Notification Of Subsequent Final Emailed
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    2010
    Continuation Of Final Refusal E Mailed
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    2010
    Action Continuing A Final Completed
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    2010
    Ex Parte Appeal Instituted
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    2010
    Jurisdiction Restored To Examining Attorney
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    2010
    Exparte Appeal Received At TTAB
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    2010
    TEAS/Email Correspondence Entered
  • Jun 11
    2010
    Correspondence Received In Law Office
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    2010
    TEAS Request For Reconsideration Received
  • Jan 04
    2010
    Notification Of Final Refusal Emailed
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    2010
    Final Refusal E Mailed
  • Jan 04
    2010
    Final Refusal Written
  • Dec 10
    2009
    TEAS/Email Correspondence Entered
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    2009
    Correspondence Received In Law Office
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    2009
    Assigned To LIE
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    2009
    TEAS Response To Office Action Received
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    2009
    Attorney Revoked And/Or Appointed
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    2009
    TEAS Revoke/Appoint Attorney Received
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    2009
    Refusal Processed By IB
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    2009
    Non Final Action Mailed Refusal Sent To IB
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    2009
    Refusal Processed By MPU
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    2009
    Non Final Action (IB Refusal) Prepared For Review
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    2009
    Non Final Action Written
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    2009
    Application Filing Receipt Mailed
  • May 22
    2009
    Assigned To Examiner
  • May 22
    2009
    New Application Office Supplied Data Entered In TRAM
  • May 21
    2009
    Limitation Of Goods/Services From IB Entered
  • May 21
    2009
    SN Assigned For SECT 66 A APPL From IB