For immediate release:
July 2, 2015 – The recent press release from Cambridge Engineering and RxHeat regarding the settlement with Thermapure is flat wrong; the case settled after Thermapure won two key rulings. The parties settled the patent infringement lawsuit before trial on terms acceptable to all parties which included a confidentiality agreement not to divulge the terms. The settlement which was reached after Thermapure won its motion for reconsideration on a ruling that Cambridge Engineering and RxHeat could be liable for infringing Thermapure’s 6,327,812 patent through the sale of their Z9000 heaters. Please see the attached (162) opinion.
Thermapure also obtained a summary judgement against Cambridge Engineering and RxHeat regarding their frivolous counterclaims. Please see the attached order (188) from the United States District Court for The Northern District of Illinois.
Thermapure’s patents relating to the use of heat to dry or sanitize structures include:
1. Patent 6,327,812 issued December 11, 2001
Method of killing organisms and removing toxins in enclosures.
2. Patent 6,892,491 issued May 17, 2005
System and Method for Removing Harmful Biological and Organic Substances from an Enclosure.
3. Patent 7,690,148 issued April 6, 2010
Method of Treating for Pests
4. Patent 7,837,932 issued November 23, 2010
Method for removing or treating biological organisms and chemical substances.
5. Patent 8,221,678 issued July 17, 2012
System and process for removing or treating harmful biological and organic substances.
6. Patent 8,256,135 issued September 4, 2012
Method for removing or treating harmful biological and chemical substances within structures and enclosures.
7.Patent 8,272,143 issued September 25, 2012
System and process for removing or treating harmful biological and organic substances within structures and enclosures.
8. Patent 8,499,489 issued August 6, 2013
Method of killing organisms and removal of toxins in enclosures.
9. Patent 8,852,501 issued October 7, 2014
Method for removing or treating harmful biological and chemical substances within structures and enclosures