submitted by The Inventors on 17.08.2006
MAJOR MEDAL WINNERS
34th INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF INVENTIONS, GENEVA,
5th-9th April 2006
The 2006 Exhibition was a great success for Australian inventors. They won two Gold and one Silver and one Bronze medal. Even more important than these prestigious awards was that all the inventors made valuable business contacts which hopefully will, in time, develop into lucrative licensing agreements.
The Sydney based Notaras brothers, Angelo and John won a Gold Medal with the congratulations of the Jury for their Atom Tiller. It is easy to use, and cultivates garden soil in minutes. It has many patented features. It can be operated by gasoline or electricity. They are available in 4 tine (230mm) and 6 tine (330mm) models, and can be used in any type of soil condition without changing . The tine cover is easy to remove. Eight ball and thrust bearings drive the mechanism. There are no bush bearings. A solid steel drive shaft with worm gear drive and clutch drum powers the unit. A single wheel with a rubber tyre is mounted on a 6 position height adjustment wheel arm. Anti vibration rubbers on the body and handles mean smoother operating conditions. Handles can be removed for storage.
Expressions of interest are being sought from companies interested in manufacture and distribution in all territories.
Atom Industries tiller
Angelo and John Notaras,
P.O. Box 513,
ROZELLE, NSW 2039,
Tel:- +61 2 9810 0194
Fax- +61 2 9810 6691
Email: Atom Industries
What is the Geneva Exhibition?
The International Exhibition of Inventions New Techniques and Products is the largest exhibition of its type in the world.
Established in 1972 and now in its thirty third year, it is held under the patronage of the Swiss Federal Government, the State and City of Geneva.
It is recognized as the leading forum for inventors and innovators to exhibit their new products and technologies with a view to securing manufacturing and distribution licences, or finding investors or partners.
Exhibitors come from five continents representing more than forty countries. Likewise business professionals, and media from all over the world attend to view the inventions on show.
Beverley Gledhill OAM is the official Australian Delegate to the Exhibition, a position she has held since 1979. All bookings for the 2007 Exhibition should be directed through the website.
Gledhill Belfanti Productions Pty. Ltd
Official Australian Delegates to the 35th International Exhibition of Inventions, New Techniques and Products, Geneva, Switzerland.
18th - 22nd April 2007
Producers of quality Corporate, Training, Product Demonstration and Point of Sale videos, CD Roms, and DVDs
Media Promotion of inventions and innovations
Postal: P.O. Box 425,
CROWS NEST, NSW, 1585
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Email: Gledhill Belfanti Productions Pty. Ltd
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