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April 19th, 2004

Emergency Filtration Products Invited to Apply

Emergency Filtration Products Inc. announced that it has been invited to apply for participation in a Navy-funded Technology Transfer project and the Office of Technology Transfer and Commercialization which encompasses filter technology products. If selected and approved, EFP will build two filter product prototypes, both of which will employ the company's patented 2H filter technology. One of the prototypes will be built with the additional protection offered by the company's proprietary nanotechnology process in which the filter prototype will be treated with a coating of nano particles.


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