Dais has had big news every now and again but it seems nothing comes to fruition. There was an agreement with Comfort Air in 2006 to integrate Conserv into their HVAC equipment and in 2007 they sent "N-still" (Nano Clear) to engineers in Singapour with lofty goals of opening up South East Asia for commercialization.
I would like to know where the Comfort Air deal went south. I have been unsuccessful at getting in touch with their IR guy.
If anybody can shed any light on what reasons may be responsible for not following through on these big agreements, please help me understand, because I like this company.
Dais Analytic Signs OEM Agreement With Air Tech Equipment Ltd.
TAMPA, FL, Dec. 18, 2009 (Marketwire) --
TAMPA, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 12/18/09 -- Dais Analytic (OTCBB: DLYT) is pleased to announce it has entered into a an agreement with Air Tech Equipment Ltd of New Brunswick, Canada to deliver 1,000 custom ConsERV® fixed plate high efficiency enthalpy cores over the next year.
The ConsERV high efficiency core when integrated in the Air Tech 107 air purifier and humidity unit is a certified solution for precisely managing residential indoor humidity and air quality better than other known products on the market. Home owners benefit by enjoying vastly improved Indoor Air Quality (for better comfort and health), being eco-friendly saving approximately 12% on energy costs per month at the same time reducing harmful emissions of CO2 gas, and meeting newer building regulations.
Bob Brown, Dais's Vice President of Sales and Marketing, stated, "Collaboratively, using our nanotechnology ConsERV unit, we worked together to construct just the right unit for the Air Tech 107 allowing it to be a high performance, market differentiated product for Air Tech Equipment."
June 19, 2006 01:00 AM US Eastern Timezone Comfort Systems USA and Dais Analytic Corporation Sign National Sales Agreement ODESSA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 19, 2006--Dais Analytic Corporation (Pink Sheets: DLYT) and Comfort Systems USA (NYSE: FIX) (headquartered in Houston, Texas, with over 85 locations nationwide) entered into an agreement in which Comfort Systems is integrating Dais' award winning ConsERV(TM) energy recovery product into the Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) equipment products and services that Comfort System offers to its customers. This relationship affords Dais' ConsERV(TM) product access to an existing, national, HVAC sales channel as it continues its growth in the burgeoning energy recovery marketplace alongside Comfort Systems, USA, a $1 billion dollar conglomerate specializing in the delivery of differentiated HVAC solutions. Tim Tangredi, Dais' CEO commented, "This arrangement with Comfort Systems provides ConsERV(TM) an additional growth platform, with an outstanding channel partner, to more broadly sell this exciting energy saving and low maintenance product into a competitive industry challenged by its customers to continually deliver solutions while lowering energy costs." ConsERV(TM) uses Dais' patented and third party validated nano-structured polymer materials to pre-condition incoming fresh air to HVAC systems allowing these systems to be up to 33% smaller, save up to 30% in operational costs, and reduce peak energy usage. ConsERV(TM) is recognized by Underwriters Laboratory (UL 900) and its performance tested and certified with the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI).