US Pat. No. 9,114,163

MEDICATION AGAINST BREAST CANCER AND RELATED DISEASES

MaBel GmbH, Erlangen (DE...

1. A method of treating a cancer patient in need of cancer treatment, wherein the method comprises the steps of:
identifying a patient in need of treatment, and having cancer associated with cancer tissue having androgen receptor (AR)
positive target cells or target tissue and estrogen receptor (ER) negative target cells or target tissue; and

administering to the patient in need of treatment an effective amount of a steroid compound specifically binding to the androgen
receptor (AR) but not metabolized by aromatase,

wherein the cancer is selected from the group consisting of breast cancer, endometrial carcinoma, cervix carcinoma, epithelial
ovarian carcinoma, uterine carcinoma, endometrial carcinoma, cervix carcinoma, epithelial ovarian carcinoma, or uterine carcinoma,
fibroadenoma, macromastia, mastopathy, and

wherein the steroid compound is a compound of the formula:
whereina, b and c respectively denote, independently from each other, a single bond or a double bond;R1 is hydrogen or C1 to C6 alkyl;R2 is OR5, wherein R5 is hydrogen or C1 to C6 straight chain or branched alkyl;R3 is, in case of c being a single bond, hydrogen or C1 to C6 alkyl, or in case of c being a double bond, CHR5, wherein R5 is the same as defined before;R4 is hydrogen, C1 to C6 alkyl, unsubstituted or C1 to C6 alkyl-substituted phenyl, COR6 acyl group; andR6 is hydrogen, C1 to C6 straight chain or branched alkyl, phenyl or benzoyl respectively unsubstituted or substituted by C1 to C6 alkyl; or pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof.
US Pat. No. 9,138,477

USES FOR 4,17?-DIHYDROXYANDROST-4-ENE-3-ONE

MaBel GmbH, Erlangen (DE...

1. A method of treatment of breast cancer, the method comprising steps of:
(a) providing 4,17?-dihydroxyandrost-4-ene-3-one, a salt thereof, or an ester thereof in an amount effective for such treatment;
and

(b) administering to females in need of such treatment the effective amount of 4,17?-dihydroxyandrost-4-ene-3-one, a salt
thereof, or an ester thereof,

wherein 4,17?-dihydroxyandrost-4-ene-3-one, a salt thereof, or an ester thereof is an androgen receptor specific compound
that binds to an androgen receptor, and wherein 4,17?-dihydroxyandrost-4-ene-3-one, a salt thereof, or an ester thereof elicits
anabolic/apoptotic properties rather than androgenic properties.

US Pat. No. 9,610,292

USES FOR 4,17?-DIHYDROXYANDROST-4-ENE-3-ONE

MaBel GmbH, Erlangen (DE...

1. A method of treatment of a disease characterized by AR expression selected from endometrial carcinoma, cervix carcinoma,
epithelial ovarian carcinoma, uterine carcinoma, and fallopian carcinoma, the method comprising steps of:
(a) providing 4,17?-dihydroxyandrost-4-ene-3-one, a salt thereof: or an ester thereof in an amount effective for such treatment;
and

(b) administering to females in need of such treatment the effective amount of 4,17?-dihydroxyandrost-4-ene-3-one, a salt
thereof, or an ester thereof,

wherein 4,17?-dihydroxyandrost-4-ene-3-one, a salt thereof, or an ester thereof is an androgen receptor specific compound
that binds to an androgen receptor.

US Pat. No. 9,414,721

SYSTEM FOR DISPENSING NON-INTERTWINED WET WIPES IN A RIGID CONTAINER

GRUPO P.I. MABE, S.A. DE ...

1. A rigid container for non-woven fabric wet wipes, that is substantially parallelepiped-shaped with a top face, a front
face, a rear face, two side faces and a bottom face, the container has a stack of non-intertwined wet wipes inside, and that
has an opening on its top surface covered by a lid attached to the top face of the container by a hinge mechanism; characterized
by:
the lid has at least one fastening device on an inner surface of the lid, the fastening device consists of a bracket “[” shaped
semi-rigid strip conformed by 3 sections: a top section, a middle section and a bottom section; wherein the top section forms
the first end of the fastening device and the bottom section, which is an extension of the middle section, forms the second
end of the fastening device comprising fastening mechanical elements, wherein the fastening device has a first end permanently
attached to, and without an ability to pivot in relation to, the inner surface of the lid and a second end, which has fastening
mechanical elements designed to be attached to the fibers of the non-woven fabric that comprise the wet wipes of the stack;
wherein the fastening mechanical elements are formed by hooks of a hook and loop system.

US Pat. No. 9,328,446

CENTRIFUGE METHOD WITH RINSE

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A rinsing method that occurs after a washing step in a vertical-axis washing machine having a tub, a basket within a tub
for holding textiles, a pump located below the tub, a motor connected to a pulley to rotate the basket, an admission valve,
and a spraying device configured to spray water into an upper part of the tub; having finished the washing phase and being
the coupling system in centrifuge mode, the method comprising the following steps:
a) activating the pump after the washing step and activating the admission valve while the basket is totally stopped;
b) spraying water into the basket;
c) activating the motor and rotating the pulley at least one revolution generating at least a pulse that rotates the basket
at a predetermined angle while the cloth load is sprayed to uniformly hydrate it, therefore soaking textiles contained in
the basket;

d) deactivating the motor and repeating steps b) and c) until the basket rotates at least one revolution to soak the textiles
within the basket;

e) once the basket has rotated at least one revolution, deactivating the admission valve, thus stopping the water flow towards
the textiles;

f) initializing dehydration of the cloth load by activating the motor to initiate a centrifuge ramp until the basket reaches
a medium speed oscillating in a range of 200 to 450 rpm, wherein once the centrifuge force is greater than the gravity force
the fresh water that soaks the textile passes through the rest of the cloth load diluting and dragging the washing liquor
in the textiles towards the basket wall; the diluted washing liquor that passes through the basket wall is collected in the
tub bottom and extracted by the pump, draining said diluted washing liquor to the outside of the tub;

g) deactivating the motor once the medium speed has been reached;
h) sensing the speed of the basket until the speed of the basket reaches a minimum speed of zero rpm or close to zero rpm,
therefore reducing centrifuge force such that gravity force is greater than centrifuge force within the basket thus stopping
cloth dehydration due to the centrifugal force;

i) hydrating and dehydrating the cloth load in order to remove washing liquor contained in the cloth load by repeating steps
b) to f) at least once;

j) initiating a final dehydration step by activating the motor;
k) deactivating the motor after the predetermined time period of step j); until reaching a final speed;
l) waiting until the basket reaches a speed equal to zero; and
m) deactivating the pump.

US Pat. No. 9,086,221

DELTA BURNER

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A polygonal gas burner for household equipment comprising:
a) a body of the burner formed by sides which are formed by at least one crenellated wall, each side with ends;
vertexes which join the crenellated walls on one of the side ends of the side;
a zone for the mixture of combustible gas with primary air to form an air-gas mixture;
an inner chamber with an inner table;
a zone with divergent ports with main ports on an upper face of the crenellated wall, wherein the main ports comprise a base
and an apex, and wherein said base has an angle ? varying from approximately 10° to approximately 60° in relation to the horizontal
on the burner; and

b) a lid which covers the body of the burner enclosing the inner chamber and allows the passage of the mixture through the
main ports;

wherein the lid comprises a lower surface and at least two peripheries, each periphery forming one side;
wherein the lower surface of the lid has a rib per each side of the lid;
wherein the rib and the apex of the main ports have in angle varying from approximately 1° to approximately 60° in relation to the horizontal on the burner;
wherein the lid is formed by a first curved surface on the horizontal plane and a second curved surface on the vertical plane
which cuts on the at least one side of the first curved surface; and

wherein close to, or on the border of the sides of the lid, each side comprises a bevel and an extremity substantially parallel
to the rib.

US Pat. No. 9,359,704

HIGH ENERGY EFFICIENCY WASHING SYSTEM

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. In an improved washing machine containing a tub and a basket, which is concentrically placed within said tub, a bottom
formed in the basket, a motor coupled to a driving shaft, a propeller located partially within the bottom and impelled by
an end of said driving shaft, said propeller containing at least three scrubbers, a center and a support, and a water tower
to re-circulate water from the bottom to an upper part of the basket, wherein:
a) the support forms a conic section over which the scrubbers protrude;
b) the propeller has an outer diameter greater than fifteen centimeters (5.91 in);
c) the at least three scrubbers follow a straight projection over an axis, said axis forming an angle ? with the horizontal,
oscillating between five to twenty five degrees, the length of the scrubbers is demarked by the propeller outer diameter and
the center base diameter;

d) one end of the driving shaft is fitted in the central inferior part of the propeller and the other end of the driving shaft
is coupled to a pulley driven by a belt, wherein said belt is driven by a smaller pulley coupled to the motor;

e) the lower face of the propeller has at least one fin, which along with the bottom, makes the function of a centrifugal
pump to create a current or washing liquor flow; and

f) said current or washing liquor flow is led through said water tower.

US Pat. No. 9,238,887

DRYING METHOD AND PROFILE

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A drying method in a dryer machine comprising a drum, at least one electric control, one pulse generator, at least one
temperature detector, one interface for the operator and at least one heater with a plurality of actuators, at least one driver
per actuator, comprising sending a pulse to the drivers from the electric control, according to a pulse pattern received from
the pulse generator, where a generating of the pulse pattern comprises:
a. energizing each of the plurality of actuators of said at least one heater for a first determined set time;
b. de-energizing one actuator of aid at least one heater for a second determined set time;
c. de-energizing another actuator of said at least one heater for a third determined set time;
d. concurrently with the foregoing steps, comparing an air temperature entering or exiting the drum detected by a first temperature
detector relative to a target value varying between approximately 5° C. to 25° C. above a temperature threshold that varies
between 37.77° C. to 65.55° C.;

e. when the detected temperature is higher than the target value, interrupting a drive signal to the drivers;
f. when the detected temperature is lower than the target value, uninterrupting the drive signal to the drivers; and
g. repeating steps (a) through (d) at least one time.

US Pat. No. 9,101,211

LEVELING SYSTEM

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A leveling system for panels or drawers within a cabinet comprising:
a rail;
a front section having a first pair of lateral interior edges and a second pair of internal edges perpendicular to the lateral
edges, the first and second pairs of interior edges defining an intermediate opening, which is centrally located relative
to the front section, the front section further having at least one opening and at least a first adjustment mechanism;

wherein said rail supports said front section, and wherein said front section, supports at the same time, an inner wall of
the panel or drawer by means of at least one fastening means housed in said front section opening, and said intermediate opening;

a second adjustment mechanism disposed directly over said inner wall housed in said front section intermediate opening, the
second adjustment mechanism mechanically independent from the front section;

an adjusting means;
wherein said first adjustment mechanism and said second adjustment mechanism are linked by way of the adjusting means; and
wherein the front section is adjustably positioned along a vertical axis relative to the inner wall, wherein the second adjustment
mechanism comprises a pair of mutually perpendicular walls, one of said walls positioned in a vertical plane and having a
width sufficient to be received between the pair of lateral interior edges of the intermediate opening and maintain alignment
relative to said vertical axis as the front section, together with a mechanical load comprising the panel or drawer, is adjustably
positioned along the vertical axis.

US Pat. No. 9,328,955

TILTABLE DRAWER

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A refrigerated cabinet comprising a cabinet, thermal insulation, a liner with a flooring, which help it to form a cavity
which may house objects to be refrigerated, with at least one shelf and one door, the refrigerated cabinet comprising a vegetable
drawer with pair of lateral and opposite walls a front wall, a back wall and a flooring, wherein the lateral and opposite
walls comprise an appendage integrated by a head, an upper crossbar, a lower crossbar with a lower face, a skate with a vertical
face and a hump; said appendage running within a rail comprising a channel formed by a barrier, a lower bay with an upper
face, a neck in C, a straight with an inclination, a gulf and a stump; with the peculiarity that when the vegetable drawer
is found in its resting or closed position, the front wall of said vegetable drawer is in close proximity to the vertical;
the head is coupled within the neck in C, the skate is in contact with the upper face of the lower bay, and the barrier is
in contact with a portion of the lower face of the lower crossbar; and when the vegetable drawer is extracted in its final
runner position the vegetable drawer has an ? aperture angle between 10° C. up to 60° C.; wherein the head is coupled to the
gulf of the rail, the barrier is in contact with the vertical face of the skate as well as with a portion of the lower face
of the lower crossbar.

US Pat. No. 9,554,648

SLIDING SYSTEM FOR DRAWER

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A system for sliding a drawer comprising:
a main base which is coupleable to a grill, the main base having a first end, a second end distant from the first end and
lateral walls, each lateral wall forming a rail:

a wire rod base set over the rail in a slideable manner in relation to the main base;
a drawer base which supports the drawer and is fixed according to the system, the drawer base is set over the wire rod base;
at least two bushings set on the wire rod base; and
a magnet set in near proximity of the second end of the main base housed within a recess of a wall Which is perpendicular
to the general orientation of the main base.

US Pat. No. 9,315,935

HIGH EFFICIENCY WASHING METHOD WITH WATER SAVINGS

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. In a washer comprising a cabinet which supports a tub which houses a concentrically rotatable basket within said tub, the
basket being driven by a motor which is mechanically coupled to an agitator and to said basket, a clutch which allows the
coupling and un-coupling between the basket and the agitator, an electric control, a level sensor or pressure switch, a position
sensor of a rotor within the motor, and a spray system, a washing method comprising:
a. checking a water level,
b. performing a load pre-sensing sequence, in which the following steps are performed:
i. coupling the basket and agitator in dehydrating form;
ii. determining water level within the tub by way of the level sensor or the pressure switch;
iii. transmitting a pulse to a motor driver for a determined amount of time in a range from approximately 100 milliseconds
to approximately 700 milliseconds to energize said motor so that in turn said motor drives the agitator and the basket in
unison in a first direction of rotation;

iv. counting a stream of pulses over a determined period of time in a range from approximately 200 milliseconds to approximately
900 milliseconds by means of the electric control, said stream pulses being emitted by the rotor position sensor, when the
first determined time has lapsed in step b, iii; and

v. comparing a number of pulses counted in the determined period of time of step b, iv, against a determined value to determine
if an overload condition exists;

c. performing a reshuffling agitating sequence, in which the following steps are performed:
i. coupling the basket and agitator in dehydrating form;
ii. transmitting a pulse to a pump driver for a determined period of time in a range from approximately 2 seconds to approximately
20 seconds to spray objects to be washed in the basket with washing mixture until the objects are soaked; and

iii. transmitting a pulse to the motor driver for a determined time in a range from approximately 5 seconds to approximately
15 seconds to rotate the basket, agitator and objects within the basket in unison until reaching a determined velocity and
then decelerating the basket until reaching a resting state;

d. performing a load sensing sequence, in which the following steps are performed:
i. determining if in the pre-sensing load sequence an overload condition was detected;
ii. verifying that the clutch is in agitating form;
iii. transmitting a signal to an admission valve driver to allow water ingress into the tub until at least a desired water
level is reached;

iv. agitating the agitator to a determined arc with a determined frequency for a determined time in a range from approximately
30 seconds to approximately 50 seconds or for a determined number of strokes in a range from approximately 10 strokes to approximately
40 strokes;

v. transmitting a signal to the motor driver after step d, iv to energize said motor so that in turn the motor can cause the
agitator to rotate in a first direction through a determined arc;

vi. discontinuing the signal to the motor driver to de-energize the motor, and counting pulses emitted by the rotor position
sensor until the agitator reaches the resting state;

vii. storing in a memory of the electronic control the number of pulses emitted by the rotor position sensor in step d, vi;
viii. transmitting a signal to the motor driver to energize said motor so that the motor causes the agitator to rotate in
a second direction through a determined arc;

ix. discontinuing the signal to the motor driver to de-energize the motor, and counting the pulses emitted by the rotor position
sensor until the agitator has reached the resting position;

x. storing in the memory of the electronic control the number of pulses emitted by the rotor position sensor during step d,
ix; and

xi. averaging and comparing the number of pulses stored against a set determined value to determine a required water level;
e. performing a normal agitating sequence, in which the following steps are performed:
i. verifying that the clutch is in agitating form;
ii. generating a series of strokes in respective clockwise and anti-clockwise directions which cause agitation of the objects
to be washed within the basket for a determined period of time;

iii. monitoring a length of arc of each stroke while the motor is energized; and
iv. comparing the length of arc obtained in each stroke while the motor is energized against a desired normal arc; and
(f) performing a reshuffling of the objects, in which the following steps are performed:
i. verifying that the clutch is in agitating form; and
ii. generating a series of strokes in clockwise and counterclockwise directions with a desired arc which varies in a range
from approximately 400 degrees to approximately 550 degrees with a frequency in a range from approximately 30 swats or strokes
per minute to approximately 60 swats or strokes per minute so that agitation can be performed for a period of time in a range
from approximately 1 minute to approximately 20 minutes and causing agitation of the objects to be washed within the basket.

US Pat. No. 9,845,563

WATER INLET SPRAYER FOR LOW PRESSURE (WILP)

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A method for washing using a vertical washing machine comprising a tub in which a basket is housed which rotates concentrically
within the tub, an agitator or propeller, the agitator or propeller and the basket being driven by a motor and coupled by
a clutch, a pressure switch, filling valves, a spray system, and an electronic control with a memory, the method for washing
comprising:
a) checking the water level within the tub by means of the pressure switch to determine if said water level is greater than
a predetermined level I;

b) sensing that the water level is greater than level I, the pressure switch sends a signal to the electronic control to begin
a load determination sequence to indicate a measurement level corresponding to the water level required for washing the objects
introduced into the basket;

c) after said load determination sequence, comparing by means of the electronic control the water level within the tub reported
by the pressure switch versus the water level required by an agitation sequence considering the volume of the objects to be
washed introduced into the basket;

d) carrying out a volume determination sequence by sending a signal to the filling valves to allow a flow of water towards
the tub to avoid wetting the objects to be washed contained in the basket, counting by means of a timer a filling time between
the level I until the measurement level required by the agitation sequence, wherein once the measurement level has been reached,
the pressure switch sends a signal to the electronic control to stop the timer, registering the filling time and closing the
filling valves;

e) performing the agitation sequence comprising a pattern of slaps or arcs and strokes per minute for a determined time;
f) at the end of the agitation sequence, performing a centrifuge or dehydrating sequence to remove wash liquor contained in
the tub and extracting wash liquid or liquor contained in the textiles or objects introduced into the basket;

g) carrying out a rinsing sequence, wherein the electronic control recovers data related to the water level used in the agitation
sequence or maximum load agitation sequence to determine the number of rinsing blocks and energizes the filling valve, each
rinsing block comprising a fixed amount of water, which is sprayed at an angle ? oscillating between 85° to 114° into the
inner part of the basket by energizing a nozzle from the spraying system to hydrate the objects within the tub, wherein the
nozzle is able to spray water at both low and high pressures emanating from the supply network oscillating from 3 PSI to 120
PSI, determining a pulse width in order to rotate the basket at an angle ? to ensure adequate hydration for the objects to
be washed, wherein the spraying through the nozzle is performed in an intermittent manner,

h) de-energizing the filling valve to stop water or liquid flow through the nozzle and repeating steps a) to g) until the
number of predetermined rinsing blocks have been carried out; and

i) centrifuging the basket using the dehydrating sequence of step f.

US Pat. No. 9,752,812

ICE MAKING DEVICE

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A device for making ice bars set within the freezer of a household refrigerator, the device comprising:
a. a carcass with a lateral face, an opposite lateral face, a neck with a “V” shape on a lower part of an inner face of the
lateral faces and a guiding throat which tops off with a semi-cylinder Which is in connection with a “C” channel set over
the opposite lateral face;

b. a lever set over a runway found on the lateral face of the carcass, wherein said lever is mechanically grasped to a helicoid
spring which returns it to a resting position, the lever comprising a disk and a “U” channel set over the disk and a pair
of cylindrical concentric walls which form a cavity which houses the helicoid spring;

c. a guard set over the lateral face of the carcass which contains the lever, the guard has an inner face; wherein said guard
has a protruded tube in its inner face which is housed within an inner cylindrical wall of the lever;

d. a tray which houses a series of molds for making ice bars, which on its flank sides has set on a central axis portion and
a cam follower; and

e. a drawer for collecting the ice bars produced and extracted from the tray upon turning it and deforming it, when the user
takes the lever from its resting position to the end of the path; and

wherein said tray is introduced into the carcass through a groove, opening or window set over the front face of the carcass,
wherein the tray central axis portion and the cam follower are introduced into the carcass guiding throat so that at the time
the central axis portion be housed within the carcass semi-cylinder and the cam follower run a lower part of the carcass “C”
channel; and

wherein the central axis portion remains housed in a bottom part of the “U” channel of the lever which allows rotating and
deforming said tray.

US Pat. No. 10,087,570

INTELLIGENT ELECTRONIC SYSTEM FOR PREVIOUSLY SENSING THE DRYNESS CONDITION OF A TEXTILE CLOTHES LOAD IN AN AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC CLOTHES DRYER MACHINE

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. An automatic electronic clothes dryer machine, comprising a main body or cabinet; a rotatory drum arranged in the center of the dryer machine; a heating device located on the lower portion of the drum; a first motor located on the lower portion of the dryer machine for rotating said drum; a propeller fan located on the lower portion of the dryer machine; an outlet conduit arranged on the lower portion of the dryer machine; a control panel located on the external upper section of the front wall of the dryer machine; said main body or cabinet shape includes on its front wall an opening with a hinged door arranged thereon, which allows or prevents access to the inside of the drum of said dryer machine, allowing to place objects or textiles inside said drum; wherein the dryer machine further comprises:i. an electronic integrated circuit of the microcontroller type, located within the control panel, said microcontroller further comprises a memory to store preloaded conditions and parameters, in order to make decisions based on a verification;
ii. at least two temperature sensors for sensing temperature and sending signals of said sensed temperature to the microcontroller, located at the drum's air outlet and inlet, wherein, the first sensor is a thermistor located on the propeller fan cover for sensing the air temperature at the drum's outlet and the second sensor is a thermistor located adjacent to the heating device for sensing the air temperature at the drum's inlet;
iii. a humidity sensor for sensing humidity and sending signals of said sensed humidity to the microcontroller, located at the drum's air outlet and comprises rod sensor;wherein the dryer machine;(a) collects information on the air temperature of the drum's outlet and inlet by using at least one of the at least two temperature sensors, which send pulses or signals to the microcontroller, similarly pulses or signals of the humidity condition of the textiles clothes load are sent to the microcontroller by using the humidity sensor; the microcontroller having said signals or pulses received, then determines the initial conditions of the dryer machine prior to starting up the motor of said dryer machine;
(b) determines, with the information obtained in the step a) above, whether the dryer machine is cold or warm and comparing said information with parameters previously programmed;
(c) provides for a first period of time to elapse during which pulses or signals of air temperature conditions of the drum's outlet and inlet will continue being received via at least one of the at least two temperature sensors, as well as the humidity conditions via the humidity sensor of said textile clothes load;
(d) determines whether or not said conduit is obstructed with the collected information by the temperature sensor located in the air inlet the microcontroller, compares said temperature at the air inlet with a reference temperature stored in the RAM memory, wherein a first heating slope is obtained so as to verify if the outlet conduit of the dryer machine is blocked, if the outlet conduit is obstructed then the microcontroller stops the method for previously sensing the dryness condition of a textile clothes load and continues with the normal drying cycle; if the outlet conduit is not obstructed then the microcontroller continues with method for previously sensing the dryness condition of a textile clothes load;
(e) provides for a second period of time to elapse during which measuring of air temperature conditions of the drum's outlet and inlet, as well as humidity conditions of said textile clothes load continues;
(f) determines whether the textile clothes load is large or small by calculating a second heating slope as well as a third heating slope by using incoming data from the outlet and inlet temperature sensors, respectively; the second heating slope is obtained with the outer air temperature of the drum and the third heating slope is obtained with the air inlet temperature of the drum; wherein the absolute value of the arithmetic difference of both slopes are compared with a preset parameter; if said difference between slopes is lower than the preset value, then the load is considered to be small; otherwise the load is considered to be large;
(g) determines humidity conditions of the textile clothes load; if the load is small the load checked for humidity or dryness, this is done via the humidity sensor by comparison of the actual value against a reference preset value; if the load is dry, then the microcontroller instructs to stop the drying cycle, otherwise it instructs to continue with the normal drying cycle;
(h) provides for a third period of time to elapse during which the microcontroller continues to read and store data from both the drum's outlet and inlet temperature sensors, as well as to get readings from the humidity sensor;
(i) determines humidity conditions of the textile clothes load; if said load is large, this is realized by the drum's outlet temperature sensors, which values are compared with a reference preset value; if the load is dry, then the microcontroller instructs to stop the drying cycle, otherwise it instructs to continue with the normal drying cycle; and
(j) reviews humidity by zones, this is performed by the humidity sensor, in order to calculate a humidity condition, once the microcontroller has calculated said data, it compares it with a humidity preset parameter for large loads; if the microcontroller determines the absence of humidity zones, then it instructs to stop the drying cycle, otherwise it instructs to continue with the normal drying cycle.
US Pat. No. 9,873,947

EASY CLEAN COATING APPLIED ON STAINLESS STEEL METALLIC SURFACES USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A method for the application of a coating comprising a silicon base compound reinforced with one or more compounds comprising
tungsten oxide, calcium oxide, and boron oxide to metallic surfaces of a household appliance to provide protection against
staining and yellowing and to facilitate cleaning of said surfaces, the method consisting of:
a) cleaning the metallic surfaces to be coated by washing the surfaces with water and a detergent to degrease the metallic
surfaces;

b) rinsing the metallic surfaces with water;
c) activating the metallic surfaces using an acid;
d) rinsing the metallic surfaces with water;
e) hydroxylating the metallic surfaces using a sodium hydroxide solution having a concentration from approximately 1% to approximately
20% by weight to generate OH groups on the metallic surface;

f) after step e) applying the silicon-based coating directly to the metallic surfaces comprising hydroxyl (“OH”) groups;
g) after step f) curing the coated surfaces in three continuous heating stages, the first heating step has a range from approximately
0° C. to approximately 120° C., with a temperature ascending to a velocity in a range from approximately 1° C. per minute
to approximately 5° C. per minute, followed by an isothermal period ranging from 0 to 60 minutes; starting the second heating
step reaching 320° C. with a temperature ascending to a velocity in a range from approximately 1° C. per minute to approximately
10° C. per minute followed by an isothermal period ranging from 0 to 60 minutes and starting the last heating step up to reaching
420° C. with a temperature ascending to a velocity in a range from approximately 1° C. per minute to 15° C. per minute followed
by an isothermal period ranging from 0 to 60 minutes; and

h) cooling the cured surfaces.

US Pat. No. 10,047,468

INFUSOR WITH FLOATING SYSTEM INTERFACE WASHING MACHINE

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. An infuser for use in an automatic washing machine, comprising:a hollow main body with an integral coupler that interact with a floating clutch, the said hollow main body comprising a shoulder (2), middle section (3) and a rim (4), the middle section extending upwardly from the rim (4) up to the shoulder (2) forming a bell shape, and opened on its shoulder (2), the hollow main body comprises the external phase;
wherein the shoulder is closable by a cap (10) and a seal (8) to close the open shoulder of the main body to form a dry chamber where a screw secures the infuser to a shaft of the transmission system of the washing machine;
wherein the integral coupler (11) is integrally formed and located in the inner portion of the hollow main body comprising a first ring extending downwardly from the shoulder, defining a skirt, defining a first dry sealed chamber in communication with the dry chamber of the infuser shoulder for reception of the upper section or head of the movable body of a float-type clutch system;
wherein the integral coupler comprises a central body (13), with a plurality of U-shaped reinforcing elements located on the inner face of the integral coupler where a central body (13) is integrated to the integral coupler, Wherein the central body allows coupling the infuser to the shaft of the transmission system through a plurality of reinforcing ribs integrated to the integral coupler, wherein the spacing between each of said reinforcing ribs forms chambers to receive the upper portion of the movable body or float of the floating clutch, the reinforcing ribs and the U-shaped reinforcing elements configured to resist and transmit the torque from the shaft of the transmission system;
wherein the integral coupler comprises a second ring integrated to the inner portion of the main body, extending downwardly forming a second skirt, arranged underneath the central body, and spaced apart from the first ring, forming a second sealable and dry cavity to receive the main part of the movable body of the floating clutch system while the upper portion is inserted in the first chamber and allowing its vertical displacement; and
a plurality of integral radially extending blades (5) located on the entire contour of the hollow main body integrally formed with the main body;
wherein each blade (5) extends upward from the outer peripheral edge of rim (4) along the middle section up to the shoulder (2), and extends radially from the edge of the rim (4) and along the middle section up to the shoulder (2);
wherein each blade (5) comprises a triangular shape with a first peripheral face adjacent to the peripheral edge of the rim (4) and two side faces (7) extending from the rim (4), the middle section up to the shoulder (2) forming a closed wall all the way and defining an apex in close proximity to the shoulder and a curved front face (6);
wherein each blade (5) comprises a circumferential dimension at the first peripheral face greater than a second, reduced, circumferential dimension closer to the shoulder (2) at the apex;
wherein each blade (5) comprises a radial dimension at the peripheral face smaller than a second greater, radial dimension closer to the shoulder (2) at the apex, the radial dimension being substantially constant along the middle section;
wherein each blade (5) comprises a concave cavity in each side face (7) which extends from the peripheral edge of the rim (4) up to the shoulder (2) forming a channel of water between opposite side faces (7) of two adjacent blades (5), which extends from the edge of the rim (4) to the shoulder (2) to produce in combination with the curved front face (6), a water stream in an axial manner to create a flow in the load going from the rim (4) to the shoulder (2); and
wherein the shoulder is closable by a cap (10) and a seal (8) to close the open shoulder of the main body to form a dry chamber where a screw secures the infuser to a shaft of the transmission system of the washing machine.

US Pat. No. 9,689,105

AUTOMATIC DISPENSER FOR DETERGENT AND CHLORINE ADDITIVES

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. An additive dispenser for an automatic washing machine, the dispenser having an entrance and an exit, the dispenser comprising:
a) a container with at least one compartment for a wash additive, Wherein the at least one compartment has at least one siphon
system and at least one waterfall on one wall of said at least one compartment;

b) a cover joined to the container;
c) one flow homogenizing system at the entrance of the additive dispenser comprising:
a connection nozzle with an inner part, wherein the connection nozzle allows communication with a wash water supply source,
and wherein the inner part of said connection nozzle has two ends, wherein one end has a greater diameter than the other end
to produce a Venturi effect;

a damping tank having a hydraulic cushion and a cover lid, wherein the hydraulic cushion and the cover lid fit together, and
wherein the homogenizing system allows homogenizing wash water flow which enters into the additive dispenser;

d) a perimeter pathway for the transfer of the wash water wherein the perimeter pathway is formed by the container and the
cover; and

e) at least one deflector to direct the wash water flow which travels through said perimeter pathway.

US Pat. No. 10,214,850

INTELLIGENT ELECTRONIC SYSTEM FOR REMOVING WRINKLES ON TEXTILE CLOTHES AND METHOD FOR CARRYING OUT SAID WRINKLE REMOVAL

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A process to remove wrinkles from textiles disposed within a dryer machine, a user that interacts with the dryer machine, wherein said dryer machine comprises a main body, a rotatory drum arranged in the center of the dryer machine, heating means, a motor that transmits motion to the drum, a propeller fan, a propeller fan motor that transmits motion to said propeller fan, temperature sensing means, a water injection means, a set of control conditions and parameters, a control panel that hosts the intelligent electronic system that includes a main board that contains a microcontroller, said microcontroller integrally comprises a memory for storing the conditions and parameters, wherein said memory can be a Random Access Memory (RAM) or an Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM); furthermore, said microcontroller is programmable in a microcontroller assembly language within a programming environment, having a specific programming frequency and an instruction cycle time; said dryer machine further comprises a user interface located on the control panel allowing communications between the user and the dryer machine, further characterized in that said user interface is of the hardware type, beside it is a touch interface allowing the user to interact with one finger similarly to actuating a physical control; said process to remove wrinkles comprises in the following order the steps of:(a) placing dry textile clothes to be unwrinkled, inside the drum of the dryer machine and determining a quantity of water to be injected for a first predetermined period of time, according to the amount of the textile clothes to be unwrinkled, and a desired predetermined Initial Moisture Content (IMC);
(b) injecting water in the form of droplets, through the water injection means for a first predetermined period of time while the drum and propeller fan remain motionless, said water injection means comprises at least one nozzle, a spray valve, a portion that is activated for a first predetermined period of time allowing to flow a predetermined amount of water in the form of droplets that is sprinkled to the textile clothes to be unwrinkled disposed into the drum in order to reach a predetermined IMC, while the drum remains motionless;
(c) stopping the injection of the water once said first predetermined period of time has lapsed while the drum and propeller fan remain motionless and allowing for a second predetermined period of time to elapse, so that moisture penetrates into the fibers of the textile clothes material and not remaining just on the surface thereof;
(d) rotating the drum by turning on the motor of the dryer machine for a third predetermined period of time, after which the motor of the dryer is turned off;
(e) repeating steps (b), (c), (d) until the predetermined IMC is obtained, in order to ensure that all the textile clothes inside the drum are homogeneously moistened; and
(f) rotating the drum by turning on the motor of the dryer machine and injecting hot air that passes thru the textile clothes by turning on the propeller fan motor and the heating means, thus to allow a total removal of humidity from the textile clothes and allowing the removal of wrinkles.

US Pat. No. 10,119,215

SPIN WASH

MABE, S.A. DE C.V., Quer...

1. A washing process of a textile load, environment-friendly, with substantial savings of water, in a washing machine of the type comprising a tub, a basket, a textile load agitation mechanical element and a water recirculation system, the process comprising the stages of:i) water filling between the basket and tub to a predetermined water level;
ii) while water is recirculated using the water recirculation system, performing an indexing procedure that consists of moving the basket intermittently, by activating the motor for short periods of time and deactivating the motor for a period of time greater than the activating time;
iii) rotating the basket so centrifugal force is applied to the textiles within, the rotation is in gradient or ramps, while water is recirculated;
iv) unclutching the basket agitation mechanical element, so the agitation mechanical elements remain static, while recirculating water intermittently where the shut down recirculating period is longer than the activated recirculating period;
v) commencing an agitation period;
vi) repeating step iv) at least one time;
vii) returning tub to the indexing position and repeating step ii) at least one time;
viii) draining the washing liqueur from the tub;
ix) recirculating wash water by means of the recirculation system, while the basket is rotated intermittently;
x) applying at least one centrifugal force cycle to the basket, while the water recirculation is applied and the textile load agitation's mechanical element is used;
xi) recirculating water intermittently without using the agitation mechanical element; and
xii) agitating the textile load with the agitation mechanical element.

US Pat. No. 10,201,883

AIR TOOL MONITORING APPARATUS, AIR TOOL INCORPORATING SAME, SYSTEM FOR MONITORING MULTIPLE AIR TOOLS EQUIPPED WITH SAME, AND METHODS OF USING SAME

Mabee Engineering Solutio...

1. An air tool monitoring apparatus, comprising:a housing configured for placement in an air supply line for a pneumatic air tool and to receive an air stream passing therethrough during operation of the air tool, the housing having a hollow chamber formed therein, and also having an inlet and an outlet formed therein, each of the inlet and an outlet being in fluid communication with the chamber;
a first sensor for operatively detecting air flow through the housing;
a second sensor operatively attached to the housing for sensing a condition indicative of tool wear;
a battery disposed in the housing;
a microprocessor operatively connected to the housing and comprising a timer, RAM, ROM, and a unique identifier; and
a communication device for sending data from the microprocessor to a data collection device.

US Pat. No. 10,251,794

BAG FOR PACKING DISPOSABLE HYGIENE ITEMS

GRUPO P.I. MABE, S.A. DE ...

1. A flexible packaging for disposable absorbent articles composed of a polyethylene film which can be opened and closed semi-tightly, comprisinga front face (12),
a rear face (14),
a top bellows (16),
a top part (26),
a bottom part (28), and
an opening system (20), wherein
the top part (26) has a distal end located above the top bellows (16);
the front face (12) has a width and first longitudinal edges, the rear face (14) has a width and second longitudinal edges, and wherein the first longitudinal edges are sealed to the second longitudinal edges by a first side seal and a second side seal (42);
the flexible packaging (10) in both an open and closed state has in the distal end of the top part (26) an inverted U-shape member, which is an extension of the front face (12) and is located above the top bellows (16), comprising an upward layer and a downward layer, such that the upward layer extends upwards continuous with the front face (12), above the top bellows (16) of the flexible packaging (10) and subsequently turns downwardly onto itself, thereby forming the downward layer, wherein the downward layer reaches the top bellows (16) of the flexible packaging (10) adjacent to the front face (12) of the flexible packaging (10) and is folded in a V-shape, thereby forming the top bellows (16) of the flexible packaging (10);
and wherein the opening system (20) is located within the inverted U-shape member.