SAMCO, Electrolytic partner to manufacture on site chlorine production systems

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TONAWANDA, NY, Dec. 5, 2007 -- SAMCO Technologies, a manufacturer of industrial water, wastewater and process treatment solutions, has been selected to manufacture components for North Miami Beach, FL based Electrolytic Technologies on site chlorine production technology. SAMCO will be providing Electrolytic with brine pretreatment, brine softening and waste treatment systems. The system allows for on site manufacture of chlorine, minimizing the cost and safety concerns of transporting and storing chlorine and chlorine based products. Systems are primarily used in small municipal water treatment plants, public pools and where chlorine is used in the manufacturing process.

"We recognized early on that we needed a partner that specializes in manufacture of key components for our system so we could concentrate on development of both our process and market," said Edmund Cudworth, CEO of Electrolytic. Rick Posa, CEO of SAMCO Technologies commented, "SAMCO is well positioned to aid emerging companies like ETL through our expertise in bringing new products and technologies to the marketplace. "Posa added, SAMCO's experience in design, engineering and manufacturing systems allows companies like Electrolytic to focus on what they do best while offering the services required for success.

SAMCO Technologies is a provider of custom, integrated solutions for industrial water, wastewater and process purification & separation equipment.

Electrolytic Technologies is a leading manufacturer of on-site gas generation systems.

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