June 07, 2005 09:00 ET Announces New Featured Profiled Company: Sniffex, Unique Explosives Detection Technology Vastly Expands Range and Effectiveness

Sniffex's Affordable Handheld Device Services High Demand, Untapped Global Market

POINT ROBERTS, WA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 7, 2005 --, an investor news portal for the Homeland Defense sector, reports that Sniffex, Inc. (OTC: SNFX), a provider of affordable handheld explosive detection technologies, is a new featured profiled company.

Sniffex is the manufacturer of a pocket-sized, handheld explosives detection device which operates through its ability to detect the presence of Nitro Oxide ions (free radicals) within its effective range. Typically, most existing and emerging detection systems are excessively expensive and require proximity placement within 2 to 3 feet of the explosives for detection to take place. The Sniffex technology utilizes a unique detection approach: the interference between the magnetic field of the earth, the explosive and the device itself. This unique technology allows the device to penetrate and locate even small amounts of explosives through concrete and metal barriers. Unlike other devices, Sniffex can locate and find explosives from 10-100 feet, depending on the size of the explosive and the weather conditions, even when the explosive is hidden in buildings or in vehicles. is an investor and industry news portal for the Homeland Defense sector. The HDS website does not make recommendations, but offers a unique free information portal to research news, exclusive articles, interviews, investor conferences and a growing list of participating public companies in the defense sector.

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Sniffex, Inc. (OTC: SNFX) was incorporated in Nevada in October 2004, for the express purpose of manufacturing, marketing, and selling of Sniffex, a handheld bomb detection device. Sniffex, Inc. has acquired a license to produce and sell Sniffex in the Americas and in selected locations throughout the rest of the world.

The Company has witnessed a high demand for portable, explosives detection devices, which until now has been relatively untapped. Sniffex aims to provide their explosives detection device to all potential global markets, focusing on market awareness and the creation of proper distribution channels. Sniffex is focused on the development of relationships and sales channel networks with established larger companies who have a strong explosives detection (and related areas) market presence. The development of these new networks will provide additional sales channels for Sniffex's products and services.

Sniffex, Inc. plans to develop their business primarily around the Sniffex product line, but also intends to add additional products and services as market demand dictates. The Company expects that through sales of Sniffex it will reach buyers who have related needs, for which the company can develop new technologies and applications, including new generations of explosives detection products and "for fee" support services to train and assist in the use of such devices. Currently the company is working on improving the sensitivity and life of the Sniffex device.

The Sniffex Device in Use

Sniffex is made up of two components: a signal generator module and a detection module. In operation, the source generator is activated to emit an energy signal of a target material's characteristic frequency. The power level of the energy source will activate the electrons of nitro-based materials that have the characteristic frequency generated. Once the target material is activated, it too will begin to emit a signal having the characteristic frequency of the signal generator.

The detection module is moved through a range between the source module and the target material. When the detection module encounters the highest energy line between the source module and target material, which is the shortest line between the two energy sources, the Sniffex antenna will rotate to designate that the line has been crossed.

As the antenna continues to move through a range it will continue to point in the direction of the source module and the target material. Once a set of co-ordinates for the target material have been generated, then the exact location of the target can be calculated. Two or three measurements from different directions are required for precise location of a target. If a particular location is suspect, as in a suitcase, Sniffex can be used to detect if a target material is in that location.

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