Patent NL-1913-1195

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This patent may or may not be aero-crucial. It has been included because it was found by way of an Espacenet search of "NL"(in the publication number field), 1900-1918(in the publication date field), and IPC or CPC=B64. This is of note in that IPC or CPC=B64 yields very close to purely aero results. IPC B64D17/00 and CPC B64D17/00 (along with a wide array of other IPC and CPC patent classifications) were added a posteriori, by either later Dutch or EPO interest-takers. It may be that this "briquetteing of solid and liquid fuels without further mixtures" may be applied to anything tangenting to fueling, or that it has been deemed relevant specifically to aeronautical fueling. CPC C10L5/22 and CPC F41A15/14 have also already been formalized within our data.

We are interested in the "B64" approach to Espacenet, which yields spectacular results as applied to FR, GB, US, and DE, for instance, with IPC and CPC classification missing altogether in the cases of AT, ES, and CH, among others. In the case of NL, this one result turned up.

Reference is incidentally made herein to Patent DE-1880-11477 and to Patent AT-1911-53540, filed by the same firm. If we follow these up, note will be taken of this patent's citing each of them. This patent is not properly "supplementary to" either of them. It is not properly a "certificate of addition".

Incidentally, the modern BPP eRegister reduces this patent's old Dutch IdT classification(as seems to be normal), in this case reducing "Klasse 10b Groep 3" to a simple "10B". This is another incidence of a patent website being driven by contemporary (to us) proprietary or other interests, with certain protocols not directly prioritizing our areas of antique interest.

In the case of this patent, "registration date" is the same as publication date, as opposed to filing date or date granted. Also, as is seemingly more common in the case of NL, publication date comes between filing and granting dates, with filing date seeming to carry great legal importance.


Year filed 1913
Year granted 1916
Office NL
Patent number 1195
Inventor country NL
Applicant person
Applicant firm Naamloze Vennootschap Briquet Company (Briket Maatschappij)
Applicant type COMPANY
Applicant is inventor? 1
Original title Verbetering der werkwijze tot het briketeren van vaste en vloeibare brandstoffen zonder verder bijmengsels
English title Improvement of the method of briquetteing of solid and liquid fuels without further mixtures
Tech fields Fueling
Filing date 1913-01-20
Full specification filed date
Application number 1952
Grant date 1916-03-03
Granted? 1
Publication date 1914-06-15
Supplementary to patent
Related to aircraft?
Serial number
Patent agent
Assigned to
National tech categories NL 10b.3
IPCs IPC B64D17/00, IPC C10L5/22, IPC F41A15/14, IPC F41A17/48, IPC F41A17/58, IPC F41A19/13, IPC F41A3/38, IPC F41A3/42, IPC F41A5/12, IPC F41A9/52
CPCs CPC B64D17/00, CPC C10L5/22, CPC F41A15/14, CPC F41A17/48, CPC F41A17/58, CPC F41A19/13, CPC F41A3/38, CPC F41A3/42, CPC F41A5/12, CPC F41A9/52
Family year 1913
First filing? 0
Cites these patents
Citations from after 1930
Application ID
Number of text pages 2
Number of diagram pages 0
Number of figures
Number of claims