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BioNeutral Group, Inc. (BONU.OB) Announces Powerful New Industrial Strength Antimicrobial Technology Platform

BioNeutral, – the tech-focused life sciences firm that has developed a sophisticated platform for neutralizing environmental contaminants, toxins and harmful micro-organisms, reported today successful development of a new antimicrobial solution ideally suited for industrial manufacturing applications.

Chief Scientist at BONU, Dr. Andy Kielbania, explained that, unlike current product lines under the Ygiene™ (antimicrobial) and Ogiene™ (toxin eradicator) names, which are water-based, the new technology is readily compatible with hydrocarbon systems and miscible with oil materials.

The new technology fleshes out BONU’s suite of offerings nicely, opening up new opportunities in industrial manufacturing, particularly where hydrocarbons and emulsions thereof are utilized, as in the grinding, metal forming, specialty petrochemical and treatment industries.

The data representing product efficacy couldn’t be any clearer as Staphylococcus aureus and E. coli were eliminated right away. In addition, colony-forming unit levels dropped to zero immediately, with similar residual effects. And even after 5-day residual efficacy testing on treated surfaces challenged with microorganisms, product efficacy is absolutely crystal clear; this stuff works.

With additional microorganism tests (mycobacteria, for instance) underway, this rapid-kill, long residual duration surface decontaminant realizes a hitherto unimagined cost-performance vector for a wide range of industrial applications BONU previously had no product for.

Dr. Kielbania noted the particular attractiveness of “antimicrobial preservation of specialty oils and fluids” as an operating area, and pointed out that new products from this line of technology have tremendous utility in a wide variety of plastics where microorganism protection is required.

Director of Marketing and Technical Service at BP and Advisor to BONU, Dr. Vasu Kulkarni, further illustrated that if bacterial growth in industrial products from lubricating/hydraulic oils to metal working fluids, greases and cooling water could be controlled, the new products should indeed see huge uptake by the aforementioned sectors.

Dr. Kulkarni also pointed out the low environmental impact and low toxicity to humans, which further differentiates the BONU solution from existing competitors.

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