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Preservation Sciences Announces Purchase Order of Its Rust Inhibitor Product

Published on 2005-07-26. Author : SpecialChem

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla -- Preservation Sciences, Inc. (Pink Sheets:PSVI - News), a manufacturer of industrial coatings and preservative technologies, announced that it received a purchase order of its flagship product, MM 818, an environmentally-safe rust inhibitor.

The company is focused on the industrial and marine markets for this product. Mr. Gary Harrison, Chairman and CEO of Preservation Sciences, stated that "we are executing our business plan with the rollout of this product in addition to our existing products. Nevertheless, our main focus is the anti-corrosion market which we believe has the biggest market."

Preservation Sciences, Inc. recently launched this product in the North American market through its distributor. MM 818 is applied to metal surfaces of bridges, ships or tanks after it is blasted to bare metal. The product is environmentally-safe and is free of volatile organic materials (VOCs). The product was developed to replace toxic chemicals such as phosphates, nitrites, nitrates, acids, amines and xylene-based chemicals.

Preservation Sciences, Inc. has applied for a U.S. patent on MM 818, and the company has protected the technology internationally too.

About Preservation Sciences, Inc.

Preservation Sciences, Inc. is a company that researches, manufactures and markets preservative products for the food, beverage and industrial markets.

CAUTIONARY NOTE: Statements contained in this press release that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements as the term is defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results to differ from the forward-looking statements contained in this release and which may affect the Company's prospects in general.

Source: Preservation Sciences, Inc.

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