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Dais Analytic Corp. (DLYT) Receives Patent for Prototype of Energy Storage Product with Multiple Potential Infrastructure Applications

Dais Analytic Corp. (OTCQB:DLYT) Receives Patent for Prototype of Energy Storage Product with Multiple Potential Infrastructure Applications

Dais Analytic Corp., a clean technology firm commercializing nanotechnology inventions, announced that the United States Patent Office has awarded the Company U.S. Patent Number 7,990,679 for its “Nanoparticle Ultracapacitor”.

The device, known as “NanoCap,” uses Dais’s commercial family of Aqualyte™ nano-structured materials to create an energy storage mechanism projected to have performance and cost advantages over existing storage technologies. This ultracapacitor has the potential for use in large projects like “smart grid” power and small projects like consumer electronics. With the advent of such an energy storage device, electricity from intermittent electricity generators like solar panels and wind turbines could be stored on an individual, community, or societal level to allow for a steady and predicable release.

“NanoCap – which is made possible by manipulating the attributes of our nano-materials – is truly exciting for Dais. We believe it again demonstrates the power of the Aqualyte™ family of plastics which we continue to project to be able to provide long term solutions to our growing infrastructure needs for cleaner air, energy efficiency, and clean water.” said Scott G. Ehrenberg, Chief Technology Officer of Dais in a press release on Friday.

NanoCap functions differently than a battery because it stores an electrical charge, not chemical energy. Preliminary tests indicate that NanoCap has three times the storage power of today’s best Lithium Ion batteries, exhibiting a storage potential equivalent to the energy density of gasoline. Working with GE’s Global Research and Development Center, Dais demonstrated its polymer materials possess key technical advantages for use in this “super battery” NanoCap application.

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