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March 23rd, 2004

Sono-Tek Participates in Nanotechnology Applications Development

Sono-Tek Corporation today announced the sale of two ultrasonic spray drying systems. One to the University of Central Florida's Surface Engineering and Nanotechnology Laboratory and a second to NanoBioMagnetics, a developer of nanophase materials for medical applications. Test performed with the SonoDry nozzle installed in the Buchi spray dryer for NanoBioMagnetics have produced a significant level of particles in the 50-100 nm range, and in the 200-600 nm range.


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