TAMPA, Fla., June 5, 2013 - Dais Analytic Corporation, a nanotechnology materials and process company focused on commercializing its technology in the worldwide energy and water markets, proudly announces the following as part of its strong 'go to market' strategy:
- Dais Analytic has successfully completed two key milestones during Q2 of 2013.
- The Company is excited to announce it received an initial order for its ConsERV cores and systems useful in most forms of HVAC equipment built around its Aqualyte nano-materials from a specialty engineering service company in Beijing, China. The first deployment of the ConsERV technology is at the first building of a 45-building complex. The systems and materials are projected to ship by July of 2013. International expansion in markets outside of the Americas is a key part of Dais's stated long-term strategy.
- The Company exceeded its goal by completing the design, build and production of a pilot wastewater treatment device (based on the Company's "NanoClear " process), located near a Pasco County, Florida municipal wastewater treatment facility, before the end of the second quarter. The NanoClear unit began to produce clean water from contaminated wastewater nearly a month early. The unit will undergo rigorous testing and monitoring. The project was undertaken to showcase the projected superior functionality of Dais's Aqualyte nano-materials and novel process in harsh wastewater uses over existing
products for the cleaning of contaminated water.
Seems to be more of their own BS. For a science based firm to continually toot their own horn with no independent verification of the process or results is a bit of grandstanding. Given management's past record of spinning press releases to hype the stock and suck a few more investors into the fold, this seems to fit the pattern. Continuing science experiment and sale to China (funny how China keeps coming up when they are looking for money).