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EClips Energy Technologies, Inc. To Develop New 'Sterile Air' Product Using PATI Technology
Date:5/1/2009

Technology eliminates biological and chemical contaminants in the air

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., May 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EClips Energy Technologies, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: ECET) announced today the initiation of a project to design and manufacture a domestic air sterilizing system utilizing its proven Pure Air Technology (PATI). The new product will address the increasing demand for 'sterile' air from which all biological and chemical contaminants have been removed. For several years, the Company has been researching and testing this 'Pure Air' technology which had originally been developed for NASA by the University of Florida. The Company acquired the patents for commercial application of this technology in 2007.

In recent University tests of the Company's PATI prototype, all contaminants, biological and chemical were fully decomposed, leaving a small inert residue and some water vapor. Since then the Company has embarked on a series of field-tests using operational passenger coaches to verify PATI's ability to purify air. These tests, monitored by Pure Air Control Systems, Inc. of Largo, Florida, an EPA-accredited testing company, proved that the air quality after treatment transcended current definition of 'pure' and legitimately matched the definition of 'sterile', where air has no impurities or contaminants of any kind. Most importantly, all bacteria, viruses, microbes, spores, yeasts, mold, mildew, hydrocarbons, odors and unwelcome contaminants had been destroyed and totally decomposed.

Mr. Ben Croxton, CEO of EClips Energy Technologies, stated, "We are very satisfied with the practical testing and independent verification we have received so far for the PATI system. Our primary goal now is to design and manufacture a unit that can be used in households, offices and small commercial spaces. Additionally, we foresee the potential for high commercial demand in light of th
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