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May 22nd, 2007

MFIC Corporation: Wall Street Analyst Forum Presentation Transcript

Abstract:
ust a company overview. As I said we build equipments. We are an equipment engineering company, capital equipment ranges anywhere from under $20000 upwards to $0.5 million. Equipment that allows formulators to find the right formulation. And then from there we guarantee, once they can establish what they are looking for. On a laboratory scale unit, they can scale up to whatever size they need.

Enabling technology, systems have produced nanomaterials for 20 years, so we kind of preceded nanotechnology. We have always been in the particle size reduction technology, working down in the micrometer and nanometer scale. Nanometer is a billionth of the meter. We are starting to approach now, the sizes of molecules and atoms, but these are the particle sizes that you need to get to, in these days, in order to make things stable. And when you come to microemulsion now, emulsion is nanodispersions, which are very important in the things that we do, especially in producing pharmaceuticals.

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