BOCA RATON, FLORIDA--(Marketwire - Jan. 18, 2013) - Poly Shield Technologies Inc. (OTCBB:SHPR) announces completion of the technology rights acquisition for a desalination "bio scrubber" designed to remove alkali metal from fuel in efforts to protect gas turbines from high temperature corrosion. The technology has recently been installed on active ships within the cruise line industry and has displayed excellent results. The technology contains innovative processes that are patent pending in the U.S. and Europe.*
This technology has proven to be extremely economical and cost reducing both operationally and for the interval expense of gas turbine engine service. The technology has a worldwide application that is not limited to the maritime industry and is capable of being installed during normal vessel operation without the need to use expensive dry dock time.
CEO Mitchell Miller commented, "The addition of this technology will open new segments of our current markets and compliment the Poly Shield Technologies Inc. product line in a very significant way."
For more information on the acquisition please refer to Poly Shield Technologies Inc.'s Current Report on Form 8-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 17, 2013.
About Poly Shield Technologies Inc.
Poly Shield Technologies Inc. is a marketing company with a focus on the research and development of state of the art technologies that synergistically compliment or expand the sphere of Poly Shield Technologies' product solutions. Technologies that are commercially viable in a diverse range of industrial sectors capable of delivering environmental solutions with applications worldwide.
For further information about Poly Shield Technologies Inc. please visit the company's website at http://www.polyshieldtechnologies.com.
On behalf of the Board of Directors
Mitchell Miller CEO
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* To wit: U.S. Patent application, patent pending, filed by the Inventor on May 13, 2010. Application No.: 12/779,385, a continuation of Patent application No: PCT/US2008/083713, entitled "IN-LINE SYSTEM FOR DE-SALTING FUEL OIL SUPPLIED TO GAS TURBINE ENGINES", and Europe, to wit: European Patent and/or European Patent application, patent pending, filed by the Inventor on November 16, 2008, Application No.: WO2009065095A1, with a Publication Date of September 1, 2010, and a Publication Number of: EP2222381A1, entitled "SYSTÈME EN LIGNE DE DESSALEMENT DU CARBURANT SERVANT À ALIMENTER DES MOTEURS À TURBINE À GAZ" or in English translation "IN-LINE SYSTEM FOR DE-SALTING FUEL OIL SUPPLIED TO GAS TURBINE ENGINES".