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Sono-Tek Corporation (OTC BB: SOTK), Sono-Tek delivered a key address at the symposium of advanced coating technologies, whose aim is to present a program of cutting edge presentations on coating science and technology. The symposium was attended by a cross section of industry leaders in advancing medical and energy projects and by academia from around the world.
Among the topics discussed were: polymer solar, layered nano structures, and biomedical advancements including the latest in anti-biofouling. Sono-Tek's Director of Engineering, Mr. Robb Engle, presented "Advantages of Ultrasonic Spray Coating of BioMaterials onto Devices and Implantables".
The presentation was well received by major industrial leaders in the use of advanced coating processes. Mr. Engle commented that he was pleased to find so many of these sophisticated end users are already benefiting from the advantages of ultrasonic spray coating. He added that, "During the exchanges we had in the symposium, we found many new opportunities to benefit the specialty coating community. These opportunities can be readily served by Sono-Tek's extensive line of ultrasonic coating systems."
Dr. Christopher L. Coccio, Sono-Tek Chairman and CEO, added: "Sono-Tek's success in the past 12 months can be directly attributed to our recent investments in developing technically superior, state-of-the-art spray coating systems, which provide unparalleled quality advantages and financial benefits".
For further information, contact Dr. Christopher L. Coccio, at 845-795-2020, or visit our website at www.sono-tek.com.
Sono-Tek Corporation is a leading developer and manufacturer of liquid spray products based on its proprietary ultrasonic nozzle technology. Founded in 1975, the Companyís products have long been recognized for their performance, quality, and reliability.
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