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A sample of Community-owned patents

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A sample of Community-owned
patents
Heat pipe furnace (Licence Heraeus — Patent family member
GB-No 1 510 673)
Luxembourg
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A sample of Community-owned
patents
Directorate-General
Telecommunications, Information Industries an
1986 Published by the
COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
Directorate-General
Telecommunications, Information Industries and Innovation
Bâtiment Jean Monnet
LUXEMBOURG
LEGAL NOTICE
Neither the Commission of the European Communities nor any person acting on behalf
of then is responsible for the use which might be made of the following
information
This publication is also available in the following languages:
ES ISBN 92-825-6890-3
DA ISBN 92-825-6891-1
DE ISBN 92-825-6892-X
GR ISBN 92-825-6893-8
92-825-6895-4 FR ISBN
IT ISBN 92-825-6896-2
92-825-6897-0 NL ISBN
92-825-6898-9 PT ISBN
Cataloguing data can be found at the end of this publication
Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1987
ISBN 92-825-6894-6 Catalogue number: CD-NA-10815-EN-C
©ECSC-EEC-EAEC, Brussels · Luxembourg, 1987
Printed in Luxembourg Luxembourg, August 1986
COMMISSION
OF THE EUROPEAN
COMMUNITIES
Directorate­General
Telecommunications. Information Industries and Innovation
Technological Information
and Patents
NOTICE TO THE READER
Since its establishment in 1960, the patents division of the
Commission has handled more than 2200 inventions, issued from
the research and development programs, contracts and agree­
ments of the Commission of the European Communities. Up to the
end of 1985, more than 800 first filings of patent appli­
cations have been effected by the Commission, in the name of
EURATOM, within the Member States and within various other
countries of the world. Nearly 70% of the first filings stem
from the Joint Research Centre (with establishments at Ispra,
Karlsruhe, Geel and Petten).
At the end of 1985, a total of about 4500 patents have been
granted to EURATOM, about 500 of which are in force at the
present time.
We thought it would be interesting for those who are in any
form concerned with the European Communities and esp. with its
work in the scientific and technical field, to learn about our
patents activities and to see some of our patents granted
through the years in various countries and relating to various
technical fields.
To ensure that the best possible use is made of the inven­
tions, the Commission has granted licenses on many of the
patents obtained.
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PATENT SPECIFICATIONS FROM THE COUNTRIES LISTED BELOW
European Community countries 1
- Belgium 3
- Denmark 19
- France 31
- Germany (Federal Republic) 43
- Greece 5
- Ireland 6
- Italy 7
- Luxembourg 103,115
- Netherlands 127
- Portugal 13
- Spain 14
- United Kingdom 155,163
Other western European countries 19
- Austria 199
- Finland 20
- Norway 217
- Sweden 23
- Switzerland 241
Combinations of countries under the European Patent
Convention (Munich Convention) 247,259,26
Overseas countries 27
- Argentina9
- Australia 29
- Canada 30
- Israel 337
- Japan 341
- South Africa
- United States of America 353
Eastern European countries 36
- German Democratic Republic
- U.S.S.R. 369 EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
COUNTRIES