GIT owns and licenses many patents in various jurisdictions. A sample of some of those patents is provided below. For a more comprehensive list, please contact us.
US patent number 9,874,619, “Methods for Performing NMR Measurements on Porous Media
US patent number 61/238,554, “Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Apparatus and Method”.
US patent number 7,352,179, “Methods and apparatus for measuring capillary pressure in a sample”.
Canadian Patent Application number 2,524,993, “Methods and apparatus for measuring capillary pressure in a sample”.
European Patent Application number 05256726.0, “Methods and apparatus for measuring capillary pressure in a sample”.
US patent number 8,224,629, “Method of modelling a saturation dependant property in a sample”.
US patent number 6,415,649, “Method for laboratory measurement of capillary pressure in reservoir rock”.
US patent number 6,178,807, “Method for laboratory measurement of capillary pressure in reservoir rock”.
US patent number 4,868,500, “Method for determining properties of liquid-containing porous media using nuclear magnetic resonance imaging”.
US patent number 7,567,079, “Methods suitable for measuring capillary pressure and relative permeability curves of porous media”
US patent number 8,717,022, “Magnetic field gradient monitor apparatus and method”
Us patent number 9,304,179, “Method of magnetic resonance imaging combining phase and frequency encoding”
Us patent number 8,890,527, “Methods of radiofrequency magnetic field mapping”
Us patent number 9,829,554, “Magnetic field gradient monitor and magnetic field gradient waveform correction apparatus and methods”
Us patent 9,864,033, “Free induction decay based magnetic resonance imaging methods”