Patents by Inventor Jaime Harris

Jaime Harris has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20200115333
    Abstract: The application discloses pharmaceutical compounds of formula I useful for treating CNS diseases wherein m, s, R1 R5, R6 and R7 are as defined herein.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 5, 2019
    Publication date: April 16, 2020
    Applicant: Roche Palo Alto LLC
    Inventors: Robert Greenhouse, Ralph New Harris, III, Saul Jaime-Figueroa, James M. Kress, David Bruce Repke, Russell Stephen Stabler
  • Patent number: 8500042
    Abstract: A configurable rotary spray nozzle having lower manufacturing and maintenance costs through the use of an external shell providing strength and resistance to damage such that molded internal components can be utilized to provide the desired spray characteristics. The molded internal wet components can comprise molded polymeric structures that allow for the formation of complex flow geometries and structures that are either impossible or economically impractical to achieve with conventional tooling and machining operations. The use of an external shell provides for use of replacement kits to maintain or otherwise replace worn and/or damaged internal wet components while reusing the external housing. The use of the external shell also allows a user to customize and change spray performance of the configurable rotary spray nozzle by swapping internal wet components having selected flow geometries and characteristics so as to provide a desired spray performance.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 26, 2009
    Date of Patent: August 6, 2013
    Assignee: Hydra-Flex Inc.
    Inventors: Gary Brown, Jaime Harris, Dave Kennsinger, Chris Molitor
  • Publication number: 20090188993
    Abstract: A configurable rotary spray nozzle having lower manufacturing and maintenance costs through the use of an external shell providing strength and resistance to damage such that molded internal components can be utilized to provide the desired spray characteristics. The molded internal wet components can comprise molded polymeric structures that allow for the formation of complex flow geometries and structures that are either impossible or economically impractical to achieve with conventional tooling and machining operations. The use of an external shell provides for use of replacement kits to maintain or otherwise replace worn and/or damaged internal wet components while reusing the external housing. The use of the external shell also allows a user to customize and change spray performance of the configurable rotary spray nozzle by swapping internal wet components having selected flow geometries and characteristics so as to provide a desired spray performance.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 26, 2009
    Publication date: July 30, 2009
    Inventors: Gary Brown, Jaime Harris, Dave Kennsinger, Chris Molitor
  • Publication number: 20060157131
    Abstract: An improved venturi-style eductor apparatus for dispensing chemicals into a motive fluid stream where an eductor body FIG. 3 is manufactured by molding a chemically inert polymer material FIG. 2 around and inside a metallic insert FIG. 1. Opposing ends of the metallic insert may be threaded, flanged, or machined for push-in connection to facilitate mating with a motive fluid source and a dispensing device. By manufacturing an eductor assembly using a single-piece metal insert over-molded with an inert polymer provides improved chemical resistance for aggressive applications and allows improvements in venturi geometry not achievable using traditional machined components. This apparatus reduces manufacturing cost over current state-of-the-art eductor assemblies by using a single molding step to create flow-path geometry in the eductor body while retaining mechanical strength with the metallic insert FIG. 1.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 19, 2006
    Publication date: July 20, 2006
    Inventors: Jaime Harris, Gary Brown
  • Publication number: 20050161394
    Abstract: A freeze resistant filter cartridge assembly and methods for fabrication include a filter cartridge including a filter housing and a filter media and having at least one component selected from a list of components consisting of: the filter housing being formed of an increased elasticity polyolefin polymer having elongation and glass transition properties that allow for stretching of the housing during a freezing event rather than rupturing; a sleeve having a volume of air entrapped therein within and being disposed in the interior of the filter cartridge; and the filter housing formed of a conventional polyolefin having a wall thickness great enough to resist freeze induced expansion stresses. A disassemble cartridge filter includes a filter cap, a filter housing and a filter element. The filter cap and filter housing are rotatably attached wherein cap and housing engagement members prevent rotatable disengagement of the filer cap and filter housing.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 4, 2005
    Publication date: July 28, 2005
    Inventors: Karl Fritze, Jaime Harris
  • Patent number: 6528748
    Abstract: A flow switch for a high pressure washing system or other flow-related system is disclosed. The flow switch switches from an open to a closed position in the presence of adequate flow in a water or other fluid-carrying pipe. The flow switch includes a housing with a tubular bore, an inlet port and an outlet port which allow fluid to flow through the housing. Within the housing is a plunger with an attached plunger magnet. The plunger is responsive to fluid flow. A sensor is situated proximate to the housing. A sensor magnet is placed in position near the sensor and opposes the plunger magnet. A third magnet (the alignment magnet) is placed proximate to the housing. When there is no flow within the housing, the plunger is at its rest position as the alignment magnet attracts the plunger magnet to correctly align and position the plunger within the housing.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 5, 2001
    Date of Patent: March 4, 2003
    Assignee: GP Companies, Inc.
    Inventors: Jaime Harris, Gary Brown, Steven Christensen
  • Publication number: 20020185363
    Abstract: A flow switch for a high pressure washing system or other flow-related system is disclosed. The flow switch switches from an open to a closed position in the presence of adequate flow in a water or other fluid-carrying pipe. The flow switch includes a housing with an inlet port and an outlet port which allows fluid to flow through the housing. Within the housing is a plunger with an attached magnet. The plunger is responsive to fluid flow. A retainer ensures that the plunger remains within the housing. A sensor is situated proximate to the housing. A sensor magnet is placed in position near the sensor and opposes the plunger magnet. When there is no flow within the housing, the plunger is at its rest position as it is repelled by the sensor magnet. When a threshold rate of flow is present, the pressure from the flow overcomes the repellant force of the magnets and the plunger is moved to its secondary position. In this position, the plunger magnet trips the sensor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 5, 2001
    Publication date: December 12, 2002
    Inventors: Jaime Harris, Gary Brown, Steven Christensen
  • Patent number: 6472624
    Abstract: A flow switch for a high pressure washing system or other flow-related system is disclosed. The flow switch switches from an open to a closed position in the presence of adequate flow in a water or other fluid-carrying pipe. The flow switch includes a cartridge body, a sensor, a plunger, a magnet, and a spring. The cartridge body has an inlet port and an outlet port which allows fluid to flow into the cartridge body, through a flow chamber, and out of the cartridge body. The cartridge body also has a sensor chamber for accommodating the sensor. The sensor is positioned within the sensor chamber and is used to determine whether fluid is flowing through the flow chamber. A plunger is positioned within the flow chamber, and is responsive to fluid flow. Between the plunger and the sensor is a spring. The spring prevents the plunger from coming in close proximity to the sensor absent fluid flow.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 26, 2000
    Date of Patent: October 29, 2002
    Assignee: GP Companies, Inc.
    Inventors: Jaime Harris, Gary Brown, Joel Fisher