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Osborne Donald: Dispositif didentification. Itw New Zealand, May 3, 1985: FR2554293-A1 (12 worldwide citation)

L'INVENTION CONCERNE LES TECHNIQUES D'IDENTIFICATION AUTOMATIQUE D'ARTICLES.UN DISPOSITIF D'IDENTIFICATION 10 COMPREND NOTAMMENT DES MOYENS COLLECTEURS D'ENERGIE 16 QUI RECOIVENT DE L'ENERGIE EMISE PAR UN APPAREIL D'INTERROGATION, ET DES MOYENS DE GENERATION DE SIGNAL D'INFORMATION 30 COMPRENANT UN ...


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Serge Jacquet: Biodegradable-type gnawable bone for domestic animals. Sarl 3, December 9, 1994: FR2705864-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

Gnawable item for domestic animals, characterized in that it is composed of a biodegradable material, comprising, on the one hand, substances of plant origin of the type such as maize starch and, on the other hand, synthetic substances.


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Bourquard Yves, Bourquard Pierre: Identification marker for poultry or livestock. Biwi, February 23, 1990: FR2635437-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

Marker for poultry or livestock, comprising a tie 1 made of synthetic material whose ends are provided, respectively, with complementary male 2 and female 3 fastening means for allowing fastening of one of the ends to the other, the male fastening means 2 comprising a rod 4, and the female fastening ...


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Reboul Jerome, Nicod Roger, Langlois Pierre Emmanuel: Tamper-proof bracelet for the identification of animals. Chevillot Identification, August 22, 1986: FR2577380-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a tamper-proof bracelet for the identification of animals consisting of a section of a strip comprising at its two ends a closure member of the male type comprising a rod 4 fitted with a transverse groove 5 delimiting a terminal part 6, and a closure member of the female typ ...


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Michot Gerard: Tool for implanting identification transponder chip in an animal. Ordicam, September 24, 1999: FR2776165-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

The implantation tool comprises a needle (4) with an axial passage for the transponder chip (6). A conventional syringe body (1) houses a spring-loaded (12) rod (3) which pushes the chip through the needle when the plunger (2) is operated. The needle is attached to the syringe body by a connector (7 ...


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Langonne Maurice: Method and installation for marking carcasses. Coquil, March 24, 1989: FR2620596-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method and installation for marking carcasses. According to the invention, this marking is carried out by means of ink-jet marking heads t1 of the matrix type. These heads are integral with a marking station 16, consisting of a frame 20 which can position itself automatica ...


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Loop-bar. Hermenault Jean Francois, December 7, 1984: FR2546712-A3 (7 worldwide citation)

The present utility certificate relates to a means of identifying livestock. Its purpose is to extend reading of the metal or plastic loop or bar on which an identification number is printed or engraved to the electronic eye of a machine, combining plain numbering with bar coding, and thus to permit ...


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Michot Gerard: Needle for injecting solid object, e.g. transponder chip, beneath animals skin. Ordicam Rech Et Dev, October 30, 1998: FR2762517-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

The needle, e.g. for injecting an identification chip (3) beneath an animal's skin, consists of a tube (1) of constant cross-section, with a chamfered end (4) for penetrating the tissues. The rear part of the chamfered end is rounded, while its tip (5) is shaped to cut a slit in the skin which is en ...