Biosenta Inc.

Biosenta Inc.

January 22, 2015 16:00 ET

Biosenta Inc. Commissions New Plant to Manufacture "Tri-Filler"

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Jan. 22, 2015) - Biosenta Inc. (Biosenta) (CSE:ZRO) is pleased to announce that it has completed the construction and testing of its plant to manufacture Tri-Filler.

Tri-Filler is used to protect drywall, resins and plastics, paper and textiles from mould, fungi, bacteria and viruses. Tri-Filler is manufactured using advanced nano-encapsulation technology in a reactor. The Tri- Filler compound and the manufacturing process have been patented by Biosenta.

The plant was constructed over an eight month period with a total cost of less than $1 million. The plant has a capacity of 2 tonnes per hour. The laboratory testing of the plant has been conducted using a world renowned institution which has verified the Tri-Filler compound is being manufactured per design specifications.

Mr. Dene Rogers, President and CEO of Biosenta said, "We have achieved a major milestone in the development of our industrial business with the successful completion of the Tri-Filler reactor and plant. Our next milestone is to complete field tests of the Tri-Filler product with potential customers, in a variety of industries, who will test Tri-Filler in their manufacturing processes."

About Biosenta Inc.

Biosenta Inc. develops and manufactures a range of chemical compounds for household and industrial applications using advanced nanotechnology.

Biosenta's household disinfectants and cleaners possess similar levels of efficacy as traditional disinfectants with significantly lower concentrations of active ingredients resulting in lower toxicity. These disinfectants and cleaners will kill 100% of potentially deadly mold, fungi, bacteria and viruses on contact and prevent re-growth. The disinfectants are very safe due to the very low toxicity.

The industrial product, Tri-Filler, is embedded to protect various materials, including drywall, plastics and resins, from microbe formation. These compounds remain active for decades and protect the drywalls of buildings, objects such as furniture, carpet and shoes which contain plastic or resin, from mold, fungi, bacteria and viruses.

Both the household and industrial products are environmentally safe and biodegradable.


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