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MagneGas Corporation

August 04, 2009 07:00 ET

MagneGas Introduced to Metal Working World in Welding Journal Feature

Readership of 55,000 Learns of MagneGas Benefits in Independent 4-Page Spread

TAMPA, FL--(Marketwire - August 4, 2009) - MagneGas Corporation ("MagneGas" or the "Company") (OTCBB: MNGA), a producer of a metal cutting fuel and natural gas alternative made from liquid waste, announced today that it has received its most significant independent media attention to date, in the form of a feature article in Welding Journal -- perhaps the metal working industry's most respected publication and one with more than 55,000 loyal subscribers. Even more so than previous MagneGas media mentions, the Welding Journal feature goes into detail on the Company, the technology and the product's tangible benefits to metal working professionals.

Effectively summing up the MagneGas opportunity, the article opens with:

"Wouldn't it be neat if cities across the world could take their own nonhazardous liquid waste to create fuel? 'Green' gas practices could occur on a daily basis, thereby saving the environment, reducing global warming impacts, and revolutionizing how operations run... This reality could happen [with MagneGas]."

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A Serious Publication for Serious Readers

Welding Journal readers have a long-term commitment to welding and metalworking: the average Welding Journal reader has been employed at the same location for 12 years, and 39% have been in the industry for more than 15 years. On average, one individual spends 33 minutes reading an issue of Welding Journal. The average number of readers per copy is 3.2 (2.2 pass-along + 1.0 for the subscriber), comprising a total potential reading audience of more than 142,000. (Source: Welding Journal)

"MagneGas is aggressively pursuing the $680 million metal working market, and to already have received such attention from Welding Journal -- demonstrates that we are firmly on the right path," stated MagneGas President Richard Connelly. "This is certainly a stamp of credibility, and one that we believe could have a measurable impact on our commercial evolution into the entire metal working industry, including brazing, gas welding and all oxy-fuel processes."

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About MagneGas Corporation

Founded in 2007, Tampa-based MagneGas Corporation (OTCBB: MNGA) is the producer of MagneGas™, a natural gas alternative and metal cutting fuel made from liquid waste such as sewage, sludge, manure and certain industrial and oil based liquid wastes. The Company's patented Plasma Arc Flow™ process gasifies liquid waste, creating a clean burning fuel that is essentially interchangeable with natural gas, but with lower green house gas emissions. MagneGas™ can be used for metal working, cooking, heating or powering bi fuel automobiles. To learn more, visit


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