WIPO publishes R.J. Reynolds Tobacco patent for 'apparatus and method for winding a substantially continuous heating element about a substantially continuous wick'; patent filed on Nov. 26, 2013
June 16, 2014
(U.S. Fed News)
– Publication No. WO/2014/088889 was published on June 12.
Title of the invention: "APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR WINDING A SUBSTANTIALLY CONTINUOUS HEATING ELEMENT ABOUT A SUBSTANTIALLY CONTINUOUS WICK."
Applicants: R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY (US).
Inventors: Reeder N. Ward (US), Kenneth D. White (US) and James Dean Davis (US).
According to the abstract* posted by the World Intellectual Property Organization: "The present disclosure relates to apparatuses configured to pre-form atomizers. The apparatus may include wick and heating element supplies configured to respectively provide a substantially continuous wick and a substantially continuous heating element. A winding mechanism is configured to wind the heating element about the wick. An adjustment mechanism is configured to adjust a position at which the winding mechanism winds the heating element about the wick. Additionally a synchronization mechanism synchronizes winding the heating element about the wick with adjustment of the position at which the heating element is wound about the wick such that the heating element defines a coiled heating element segment wound about the wick. This process may be repeated to produce multiple coiled heating element segments wound about the wick. A related method is also provided."
The patent was filed on Nov. 26, 2013 under Application No. PCT/US2013/071995.
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