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Industrial Nanotech enters Textile Plant Market in Brazil
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Feb '08
Industrial Nanotech Inc announced the expansion of the Company's textile manufacturer customer base from Turkey to textile plants in the region of southern Brazil and plans for an aggressive expansion in this industry sector to China and India.

Dr. Carlos Peiter, the head of Industrial Nanotech's technical team in Brazil, reports, "Last Monday I visited two textile manufacturers in the city of Blumenau and both are very interested... the larger company TEKA shows concrete interest on making a pilot experiment on dyeing equipment."

Francesca Crolley, VP of Operations for Industrial Nanotech, continues: “Led by our very capable representative, Dr. Vedat Bilgin, we have continued to expand the market share for our patented Nansulate energy saving, corrosion protection coatings in the textile market in Turkey over the past two years, including the latest textile mill project with DEBA requiring approximately 14,400 gallons, valued at over $1,000,000 US, and for which we are currently preparing to ship the first of 10 monthly shipments beginning in March."

"The credibility this has established for our technology as an effective method to provide significant energy cost savings and plant and equipment corrosion protection has expedited Dr. Peiter's entry into the Brazilian market. Additionally, we are currently preparing teams to begin an aggressive sales program within both China and India, including producing sales and technical literature and presentations translated into the languages of these regions rich in opportunities for our Company and products."

The unique formulations of the Company's patented Nansulate nanotechnology based coatings have a well documented track record of energy cost savings and production improvement for textile facilities including:

Erenko Textile used Nansulate High Heat throughout their textile dyeing and finishing plant for thermal insulation and corrosion protection of dyeing machines which operate at 130 degrees C. Documented results include a decrease in energy costs of 20%, increased process and dye lot color stability, increased product quality, decreased re-work, increased process reproducibility, increased machine metal parts lifetime due to increased protection against corrosion, increased usable lifetime of cold water and steam valves, decreased dyeing lot process times.

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