U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Completes Re-Exam Validating ArmorWorks
CHANDLER, ARIZ., April 19 /CNW/ - ArmorWorks Enterprises, LLC, a leading
provider of advanced survivability products, today announced successful
emergence from reexamination of one of its key armor technology patents.
In June of 2002, ArmorWorks was awarded U.S. Patent No. 6,408,733 for a
unique armor constructions used for ArmorWorks' family of Small Arms
Protective Inserts (SAPI) ceramic armor products that are used in the U.S.
Military's Interceptor body armor system.
"We are pleased that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has completed
its reexamination and upheld the validity of our proprietary technology,"
stated Bill Perciballi, CEO and president of ArmorWorks. "We are very pleased
that patent re-examination was completed so quickly. This favorable ruling by
the patent office will allow us to expand and protect our intellectual
ArmorWorks, founded in 1996, provides cutting-edge survivability
technology and products to military and enforcement agencies worldwide.
ArmorWorks develops and produces advanced armor and survivability products
using high-tech materials to provide state-of-the-art protection. ArmorWorks
newest product line, the Shockride(TM) family of energy absorbing seating
systems, are U.S. Government tested and approved to protect against spinal
injuries to troops exposed to mine blasts. For more information, visit
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For further information: ArmorWorks Bob Codney, 480-598-5700