SOURCE: Speedteq-Ti, Inc.

July 08, 2005 12:14 ET

Speedteq Makes Titanium Affordable

PHOENIX, AZ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 8, 2005 -- Speedteq-Ti (OTC: SDTQ) is changing the way Titanium is used and consumed by developing economical processes in production. Titanium has only been in the commercial market for a little more than fifty (50) years and until now has been out of reach for most industrial and commercial uses due to high manufactured cost.

"Titanium has been the flagship material for the Aerospace community," states Bradley Miller, Chairman and CEO of Speedteq-Ti, Inc. "So ask the question, if this material is so terrific why aren't we using this wonder material in more of our consumer products?" The answer has been simple until now: economics and limited strength when compared to steel and stainless steel products. "We are changing this by increasing titanium's strength far beyond that of steel products as well as lowering the actual manufactured cost." Miller continued, "Titanium has a long list of benefits over other traditional structural materials and we now give engineers and designers in the other industries a much greater advantage. These advantages include corrosive chemical use, longer product life, wear and erosion resistance and high flexibility. A major future growth market for this material with its long life and durability is in building construction, and Speedteq intends to address this market with competitive products in the very near future."

About Speedteq-Ti

Speedteq-Ti is a manufacturer of high-strength, affordable titanium fasteners. Speedteq-Ti's fasteners, which include bolts, nuts, socket caps, studs and washers are made in America. The company has offices and a manufacturing facility in the metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona area. For more information on Speedteq products and services, visit their website:

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