NEW YORK--Sulzer Mixpac Ltd. (Sulzer) announced today that it has resolved a case filed during the November 2015 Greater New York Dental Meetings (GNYDM). Sulzer filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York alleging that certain colored dental mixing tips exhibited by DXM CO., LTD. and Dentazon Corp. at the GNYDM infringed Sulzer’s Candy Colors trademark rights.
The court recently entered a Stipulation of Facts, and Consent Judgment and Permanent Injunction that enjoined DXM CO., LTD. and Dentazon Corp. from selling, offering for sale, distributing, or advertising the Accused Mixing Tips exhibited at the 2015 GNYDM or any other mixing tips that infringe the Candy Color Registrations.
Sulzer’s innovative T-Mixer™ that offers superior mixing performance with less waste is becoming the preferred choice for mixing tips.
MIXPAC™ mixing tips are the industry leader for 2-component static mixing solutions for dental applications. The mixing tips have a unique U.S. Registered Trademark Dome shape and Candy Colors (yellow, teal, blue, pink, purple and brown) used with a materials cartridge. The MIXPAC™ system is also protected by U.S. and certain foreign patents. MIXPAC™ dental products are made exclusively by Sulzer at its automated clean room factory in Switzerland where strict quality control, close tolerances and rigid cleanliness standards produce mixing tips of the highest quality, safety and reliability.
Sulzer is committed to protecting its products. Genuine MIXPAC™ tips can be identified by the MIXPAC™ name stamped on the top beveled edge of the tip and the “Look For it” Quality Seal.
Sulzer Mixpac Ltd. is a world leading manufacturer and supplier of cartridge-based metering, mixing and dispensing systems and disposable mixers for reactive multi-component materials.
As part of Sulzer Chemtech Ltd and the Sulzer group, Sulzer Mixpac Ltd. can draw on a strong international network. The head office is located in Switzerland.
MIXPAC™ - is a registered trademark of Sulzer Mixpac Ltd., Switzerland.