Patents by Inventor Jason Wasserman

Jason Wasserman 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: 20180184705
    Abstract: Methods for creating concentrated plant material solution, including combining ethanol-soluble, water-insoluble concentrated plant material with ethanol to define mixtures and reducing the amount of ethanol in the mixtures until the mixtures have viscosities compatible for use with electronic cigarettes. Some examples include combining ethanol-soluble, water-insoluble concentrated plant material, hydrocarbon bases, and liquid solutions containing ethanol to define mixtures, removing the hydrocarbon bases from the mixtures, and reducing the ethanol content of the mixtures until the mixtures define viscosities compatible for use with electronic cigarettes. Some examples include extracting solute from source materials and including the extracted solute in the ethanol-soluble, water-insoluble concentrated plant material.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 2, 2018
    Publication date: July 5, 2018
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samuel Decker
  • Patent number: 9926513
    Abstract: Methods for creating concentrated plant material solution, including combining ethanol-soluble, water-insoluble concentrated plant material with ethanol to define mixtures and reducing the amount of ethanol in the mixtures until the mixtures have viscosities compatible for use with electronic cigarettes. Some examples include combining ethanol-soluble, water-insoluble concentrated plant material, hydrocarbon bases, and liquid solutions containing ethanol to define mixtures, removing the hydrocarbon bases from the mixtures, and reducing the ethanol content of the mixtures until the mixtures define viscosities compatible for use with electronic cigarettes. Some examples include extracting solute from source materials and including the extracted solute in the ethanol-soluble, water-insoluble concentrated plant material.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 16, 2014
    Date of Patent: March 27, 2018
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker
  • Patent number: 9682333
    Abstract: Systems for extracting solute from a source material are shown and described. Each of the systems includes: a solvent source container configured to store a cooled solvent, a canister configured to contain the source material and receive solvent to produce an extract solution, and one or more extract containers in communication configured to receive and distill the extract solution, the solvent source container being configured to receive a post-extraction portion of the solvent. In some examples, the one or more extract containers are first and second extract containers that are each selectively coupleable to the canister and are selectively removable for storage of the extract mixture or the solute. In some other examples, the system further includes a cooling mechanism coupled to the solvent source container for cooling the recycled solvent within the solvent collection container.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 25, 2015
    Date of Patent: June 20, 2017
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker
  • Patent number: 9587203
    Abstract: Methods for extracting solute from a source material are shown and described. The methods each include: depositing the source material in a canister, introducing a solvent, exposing the source material to the solvent to create an extract mixture, communicating the extract mixture to one or more extract containers, separating the solute from the extract mixture by heating the extract containers, collecting the recycled solvent in a solvent collection container, and cooling the recycled solvent within the solvent collection container. In some examples, the one or more extract containers are first and second extract containers that are each selectively coupleable to the canister and are selectively removable for storage of the extract mixture. In some other examples, cooling the recycled solvent within the solvent collection container is carried out via a cooling mechanism coupled to the solvent storage container.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 25, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 7, 2017
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker
  • Publication number: 20150360144
    Abstract: Systems for extracting solute from a source material are shown and described. Each of the systems includes: a solvent source container configured to store a cooled solvent, a canister configured to contain the source material and receive solvent to produce an extract solution, and one or more extract containers in communication configured to receive and distill the extract solution, the solvent source container being configured to receive a post-extraction portion of the solvent. In some examples, the one or more extract containers are first and second extract containers that are each selectively coupleable to the canister and are selectively removable for storage of the extract mixture or the solute. In some other examples, the system further includes a cooling mechanism coupled to the solvent source container for cooling the recycled solvent within the solvent collection container.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 25, 2015
    Publication date: December 17, 2015
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker
  • Publication number: 20150361376
    Abstract: Methods for extracting solute from a source material are shown and described. The methods each include: depositing the source material in a canister, introducing a solvent, exposing the source material to the solvent to create an extract mixture, communicating the extract mixture to one or more extract containers, separating the solute from the extract mixture by heating the extract containers, collecting the recycled solvent in a solvent collection container, and cooling the recycled solvent within the solvent collection container. In some examples, the one or more extract containers are first and second extract containers that are each selectively coupleable to the canister and are selectively removable for storage of the extract mixture. In some other examples, cooling the recycled solvent within the solvent collection container is carried out via a cooling mechanism coupled to the solvent storage container.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 25, 2015
    Publication date: December 17, 2015
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker
  • Patent number: 9145532
    Abstract: Methods for extracting solute from source material, including depositing the source material including solute in canisters, introducing solvent into the canisters, exposing the source materials to the solvents for predetermined periods of time to create extract mixtures including extracted solute and recycled solvent, communicating, fluidly, the extract mixtures to an extract container. Some examples include separating recycled solvent, including heating the container to evaporate the recycled solvent, and collecting the recycled solvent in a solvent collection container in fluid communication with the extract container. Some examples include collecting recycled solvent in solvent collection containers in fluid communication with the extract containers, the recycled solvent being stored as a liquid. Some examples include removably attaching canisters in fluid communication with extract containers.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 4, 2013
    Date of Patent: September 29, 2015
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker
  • Patent number: 9144751
    Abstract: Systems for extracting solute from source material, including solvent source containers configured to store solvent, canisters in fluid communication with the solvent source containers and configured to contain the source material, extract containers in fluid communication with the canister and configured to fluidly receive extract solution from the canisters, heating elements thermally coupled with the extract containers. Some examples include solvent collection containers configured to receive post-extraction portions of the solvent from extract containers. In some examples, solvent collection containers are in fluid communication with solvent source containers and are configured to fluidly receive the post-extraction portion of the solvent and direct a portion of the post-extraction solvent to the solvent source containers. Some examples include a plurality of detachable canisters.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 4, 2013
    Date of Patent: September 29, 2015
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker
  • Publication number: 20150125360
    Abstract: Systems for extracting solute from source material, including solvent source containers configured to store solvent, canisters in fluid communication with the solvent source containers and configured to contain the source material, extract containers in fluid communication with the canister and configured to fluidly receive extract solution from the canisters, heating elements thermally coupled with the extract containers. Some examples include solvent collection containers configured to receive post-extraction portions of the solvent from extract containers. In some examples, solvent collection containers are in fluid communication with solvent source containers and are configured to fluidly receive the post-extraction portion of the solvent and direct a portion of the post-extraction solvent to the solvent source containers. Some examples include a plurality of detachable canisters.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 4, 2013
    Publication date: May 7, 2015
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker
  • Publication number: 20150122272
    Abstract: Methods for creating concentrated plant material solution, including combining ethanol-soluble, water-insoluble concentrated plant material with ethanol to define mixtures and reducing the amount of ethanol in the mixtures until the mixtures have viscosities compatible for use with electronic cigarettes. Some examples include combining ethanol-soluble, water-insoluble concentrated plant material, hydrocarbon bases, and liquid solutions containing ethanol to define mixtures, removing the hydrocarbon bases from the mixtures, and reducing the ethanol content of the mixtures until the mixtures define viscosities compatible for use with electronic cigarettes. Some examples include extracting solute from source materials and including the extracted solute in the ethanol-soluble, water-insoluble concentrated plant material.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 16, 2014
    Publication date: May 7, 2015
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker
  • Publication number: 20150126757
    Abstract: Methods for extracting solute from source material, including depositing the source material including solute in canisters, introducing solvent into the canisters, exposing the source materials to the solvents for predetermined periods of time to create extract mixtures including extracted solute and recycled solvent, communicating, fluidly, the extract mixtures to an extract container. Some examples include separating recycled solvent, including heating the container to evaporate the recycled solvent, and collecting the recycled solvent in a solvent collection container in fluid communication with the extract container. Some examples include collecting recycled solvent in solvent collection containers in fluid communication with the extract containers, the recycled solvent being stored as a liquid. Some examples include removably attaching canisters in fluid communication with extract containers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 4, 2013
    Publication date: May 7, 2015
    Inventors: Jason Wasserman, Jess Ordower, Samual Decker