Stephen Rust Releases License Opportunities for Patented EMI/RF Shielded Door Mechanism Upgrade

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Radio frequency (RF) and electromagnetic (EMI) shielded doors are used across multiple industries, yet the basic closing mechanism of the doors has been largely unchanged since the 1970s. Now, one patent-holder is offering a licensing opportunity to the RF and EMI shielded door industry that makes these bulky, difficult doors easy to open and close while providing a myriad of other benefits. Stephen Rust recently developed United States patent #8,925,251, which is entitled “Constant Force Spring Perimeter Seal for an Electromagnetic Shielded Door”. The mechanism design provides a fresh upgrade to the closing apparatus that has been used for over three decades. Current RF and EMI shielded doors still use this old mechanism that has a number of disadvantages. The traditional knife edge mechanism works by scraping between two rows of spring fingers and uses nearly a dozen moving parts, leading to a higher rate of wear and tear and expensive maintenance calls. This complicated design leads to higher manufacturing and freight costs, a high volume of warranty claims and safety liabilities, and customer satisfaction dilemmas. The new design works to reverse cost, convenience, liability, and customer satisfaction issues by implementing a constant force flat torsion spring that gently coils and uncoils when the shielded door is open and closed. This new technology provides constant metal-to-metal contact, which is necessary for effective RF shielding, while offering an operator-friendly experience. The new design eliminates difficult handles and latching mechanisms, as well as the dilemma of latching failures and operators becoming stranded inside shielded rooms. Rust’s new patent provides a way for affected industries to reduce manufacturing and freight costs, warranty claims, arm and shoulder injuries, the need for excessive force when closing heavy shielded doors, and door alignment problems. The design upgrade can easily be applied to new construction or retrofit situations, providing a longer useful life, lighter door options, and secure shielding. Testing proved that the new design effectively eliminates broadband disturbances. Shielding effectiveness of 100 dB at 1 GHz is expected. Stephen Rust is now providing licensing opportunities for the “Constant Force Spring Perimeter Seal for an Electromagnetic Shielded Door” patent. Interested parties can learn more at www.EMIdoor.com or by e-mailing svrust@optonline.net. About Stephen Rust Stephen Rust is the developer of the constant force spring perimeter door seal for an electromagnetic shielded door.

Detroit, Michigan-Singer-Songwriter-Producer Eric Maverick Herron, (aka EMH) releases LP

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Detroit, Michigan-Singer-Songwriter-Producer Eric Maverick Herron, (aka EMH) former Dirty Bunny frontman releases new cutting edge rock LP “Social Apocalypse”The singer and songwriter known as EMH or Eric Maverick Herron is releasing his first Solo LP “Social Apocalypse.” on St.Patricks DayDetroit, Michigan- March 17th, 2015 –The singer and songwriter known as EMH is releasing his first… Read more »

City A.M. Launches UK Equity Crowdfunding Data in Partnership with Crowdnetic

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Crowdnetic, the leading provider of technology and market data solutions to the global crowdfinance industry, has today announced a new partnership with City A.M., London’s first free daily business newspaper. Through this partnership, Crowdnetic’s premier data content suite will be available on CityAM.com. The content features information on private, UK-based companies publicly raising capital online… Read more »

Ed4Online Highlights Corporate Responsibility with Continued Microloans Given through Kiva

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Ed4Online is continuing its commitment to alleviating poverty by helping low-income entrepreneurs with ongoing microloans. The company regularly makes monthly microloans through Kiva, a non-profit organization aimed at connecting lenders with those in need of financial backing to support their strive for success. Since 2009, Ed4Online has been adamant on giving back in the form… Read more »

Payment21® becomes the first fully licensed Bitcoin processor in the world

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Payment21® is now registered as a financial intermediary in Switzerland. The third-party processor is supervised by a semi-governmental regulatory organization for compliance with Anti-Money-Laundering (AML) laws and Know-Your-Customer (KYC) rules. This regulatory body acts on behalf of the Swiss Financial Market Authority. “Obtaining approval from the regulators is a huge milestone for the European digital… Read more »

Dean N. Parker Jr. Joins Ostrato Board of Directors

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Ostrato, the innovative provider of the cloudSM cloud management platform, today announced the appointment of Dean N. Parker Jr. to its Board of Directors. “Dean brings a wealth of entrepreneurial knowledge to the table, and his experience growing and scaling an innovative, cloud-based technology company is very timely given our current growth stage,” said Jay… Read more »

Seasoned Banker Minnie Kibuta Joins Afriwise Consult as Director

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With a successful career as an executive in telecommunications and financial services in Sub Saharan Africa, Minnie Kibuta joins Afriwise consult from Barclays Africa’s Corporate and Investment Banking division in South Africa. Minnie previously also held leadership positions in East Africa at Ecobank, the National Bank of Commerce of Tanzania and the TRI Group. Minnie… Read more »

Household positions to suit you with Beauchamp Partners

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Whether you already have a current position and require a second income, or have other commitments and need a position with fewer hours, Beauchamp Partners can help you find a part time job to suit to you. The household sector offers a variety of roles, which range from chefs and butlers, to housekeepers and nannies,… Read more »

$1.5 million Fine for Employers who Fail to File IRS Affordable Care Act Reporting Requirements

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Corporate benefits firm ExpertQuote Insurance Services Inc., has announced a complimentary expert webinar focusing on ACA employer reporting and IRS requirements by attorney Caitlin Gadel. Separate from the ‘Pay vs. Play’ (Employer Mandate) rule, large employers are required to report certain information to the IRS in 2016 about the 2015 year. Large employers are also… Read more »