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R+D DEPARTMENT

As a Research and Development (R&D) based company, Spinlock’s main business relies in the development of technology.

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HOW DOES SPINLOCK R & D DEPARTMENT WORK?

  • The interested party communicates with Spinlock.
  • It detects the needs of the industry.
  • Different possible alternatives based on Magnetic Resonance technology are proposed.
  • It develops the most appropriate option for the satisfaction of the customer’s needs.
  • Our R & D area is also pro-actively developing new functionalities for existing Spinlock products. Guaranteeing in this way that the customers will have a constantly updated equipment.
Joint Development Ventures:

Whereby Spinlock and another company (client) together embark in a technology development project in joint collaboration and sharing contributions. Generally the clients are companies in need for specific development to resolve industry problems or required upgrades. Generally, the client is also a company with strong presence in the respective market. Spinlock’s development of NMR Multiphase Flow Metering technology is an example of this.

“Work for Hire” Developments

whereby Spinlock is hired as an independent contractor for purposes of developing custom-made solutions of a company. Spinlock presents a Project proposal to the prospective client, and if accepted it commences development activities. At the end of the project, the entire Intellectual Property (including know-how) is transferred to the client, and Spinlock may remain as a service and support provider, if so required.

Spinlock Self-funded Developments:

In this case Spinlock has detected the requirement of an industry for certain development (may include upgrades to Spinlock’s current equipment line) and, as sometimes is the case, the industry will only be willing to procure the commercial-ready product, rather than investing in the development of the technology. These projects are self-funded and in the majority of cases are related to upgrades to Spinlock’s analytical instruments for different industries.

RECENT PATENTS AND APPLICATIONS

  1. 7,659,124: Method for the detection and/or analysis of compounds simultaneously exhibiting nuclear quadrupolar resonance and nuclear magnetic resonance, or double nuclear quadrupolar resonance. February 9th 2010
  2. 7,292.033: Sensor assembly and method for the detection of substances by nuclear quadrupolar resonance (NQR) and in presence of environmental interference.
  3. 7,028,557: Method and procedure to measure liquid flow and fluid fraction, and equipment used to that end.
  4. 7,719,267: “Apparatus and method for real time and real flow-rates measurements of oil and water cuts from oil production”. May 18, 2010.
  5. 7,872,474: Magnetic resonance based apparatus and method to analyze and to measure the bi-directional flow regime in a transport or a production conduit of complex fluids, in real time and real flow-rate”. January 18th, 2011

LAST SCIENTIFIC WORKS AND INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. A.S. Peshkovsky, J. Forguez, L. Cerioni, D. J. Pusiol, RF PROBE RECOVERY TIME REDUCTION WITH A NOVEL ACTIVE RINGING SUPPRESSION CIRCUIT, J. Magn. Reson., 177, 67 (2005).
  2. Alexey S. Peshkovsky, Lucas Cerioni, Tristan M Osan, Nikolai I Avdievich and Daniel J Pusiol, THREE-DIMENSIONAL HIGH-INDUCTANCE BIRDCAGE COIL FOR NQR APPLICATIONS, Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, 30, 75-80 (2006).
  3. T.M. Osán, l. Cerioni, J. Forguez, J.M. Ollé y D.J. Pusiol, NQR: FROM IMAGING TO EXPLOSIVES AND DRUGS DETECTORS, Physica B, 389, 45-50 (2006).
  4. A.S. Peshkovsky, C.J. Cattena, L.M. Cerioni, T.M. Osán, J.G. Forguez, W.J. Peresson, D.J. Pusiol. NOISE-RESILIENT MULTI-FREQUENCY SURFACE SENSOR FOR NUCLEAR QUADRUPOLE RESONANCE, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 194, 222-229 (2008).
  5. T. M. Osán, J. M. Ollé y D. J. Pusiol. FAST OVERALL FLOW SPEED MEASUREMENTS BY LOW-RESOLUTION 1H NMR.
  6. Bonin C. J., Amar A. and Pusiol D. J., NQR CHARACTERIZATION OF ANHYDROUS CARBAMAZEPINE POLYMORPHIC PHASES, Submitted Analytica Chimica Acta, (2009).
  7. T. M. Osán, J. M. Ollé, M. Carpinella, L. M. C. Cerioni, D. J. Pusiol, M. Appel, J. Freeman, I. Espejo, FAST MEASUREMENTS OF AVERAGE FLOW VELOCITY BY LOW-FIELD 1H NMR. Submitted for publication to the Journal of Magnetic Resonance (March 29, 2010).