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Company Offers to Donate 50 Gallons of Nansulate® For Use at the Veterans Facility.
Industrial Nanotech, Inc., (Pink Sheets:INTK), an emerging global leader in nanotechnology that has developed a protective coating to prevent the spread of mold, today offered to donate 50 gallons of Nansulate® to the U.S. Army for use at its Walter Reed facility.
"We believe we have the right solution to solve the mold problem that is plaguing this facility," said Francesca Crolley, VP of Operations and Marketing for Industrial Nanotech. "Mold is a serious problem that Nansulate can remedy. Although there are many mold abatement products in the marketplace, they generally contain potentially hazardous moldicides, while Nansulate does not."
"We are contacting the appropriate individuals at Walter Reed to extend our offer. The commitment of those protecting our country is something we are thankful for, and we feel strongly that we should do what we can in return. We stand ready to help solve what has become an extremely unhealthy situation," continues Francesca Crolley.
Industrial Nanotech's Nansulate® product line is an industrial grade water based low VOC coating, available in clear or white, that provides thermal insulation, protection against mold, and corrosion resistance. The performance qualities of the product are well documented and it has proven itself in both residential and industrial applications worldwide.
About Industrial Nanotech, Inc.
Industrial Nanotech Inc. is quickly emerging as a global nanoscience solutions and research leader. The Company develops and commercializes new and innovative applications for nanotechnology. Additional information about the Company and its products can be found at their websites, ( http://www.industrial-nanotech.com ) and ( http://www.nansulate.com ).
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