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February 16th, 2006

Mexico Facility Commences NanoMask Filter Production

Emergency Filtration Products Inc. (EFP) (OTCBB: EMFP) today announced that its Nogales, Mexico manufacturing facility has commenced production of the company's NanoMask filters. Following the procedure established in the company's other production facility in Henderson, Nev., EFP is receiving pre-cut filters at its 13,000-square-foot Nogales, Mexico facility, coating them with contaminant-killing nanoparticles before hermetically sealing them prior to shipment to distributors.


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