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NanoScale Corporation (NanoScale®), a leader in advanced chemistry products, services, and technologies, announces their exclusive distribution agreement with Enware of Australia for FAST-ACT® (First Applied Sorbent Treatment Against Chemical Threats), ChemKlenz®, and OdorKlenz® to HAZMAT and safety teams in Australia and New Zealand.

NanoScale Announces Enware As New Distributor In Australia

Manhattan, KS | Posted on May 11th, 2009

Enware, a leading manufacturer in Quality Specialist Tapware and Safety Deluge Equipment in Australia and Southeast Asia, provides environmentally friendly products and promotes safety to companies like McDonald's, Starbucks, Hewlett Packard of Penang, Unilever of Indonesia, Johnson & Johnson along with other leading companies, hospitals, detention centers and universities.

Enware joins NanoScale to offer new technology and high value solutions to their Customers. FAST-ACT, which was originally developed for the U.S. military, is a hazardous chemical containment and neutralization system capable of destroying chemical warfare agents, toxic industrial chemicals, and toxic industrial materials. FAST-ACT has gained recognition by providing a new level of protection for the public, HAZMAT, and first responder personnel.

The technology behind FAST-ACT is also available in ChemKlenz. ChemKlenz provides the same level of chemical protection and response capabilities to universities, commercial laboratories, and industrial settings that utilize chemicals or may be at risk to chemical threats.

The OdorKlenz family of products traps and eliminates tough odors using unique, environmentally friendly earth minerals that can be delivered in a variety of system solutions. The product family includes both airborne and source odor treatment solutions to Customers.

"It is extremely important that our distribution partners share our goals and have ability to provide Customers with first class service, support, and distribution. Enware clearly fits the criteria we identified to promote our products effectively and to move the business forward in this key strategic market" said Debbie Basco, NanoScale Vice President, International Sales and Distribution.

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About NanoScale
NanoScale Corporation develops and provides high performance advanced chemistry materials and related services to Customers worldwide. The Company holds a substantial intellectual property portfolio which includes its patented NanoActive®, FAST-ACT®, ChemKlenz®, and OdorKlenz® product lines and systems. NanoScale produces and sells a wide variety of NanoActive brand nanocrystalline materials in forms that include dry powders, granules, and liquid suspensions. FAST-ACT, ChemKlenz, and OdorKlenz Systems are sold for the prevention, containment, elimination, and remediation of toxic and noxious chemicals, odors, and biological releases. The Company’s Analytical Services Program offers a wide range of laboratory testing services and characterization methods to Customers. Additional information on the Company and its capabilities is available at www.NanoScaleCorp.com.

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NanoScale Corporation
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