SOURCE: Unico, Inc.

April 28, 2008 09:52 ET

Unico, Inc. Announces the Addition of a New Photo Gallery Showing Testing of the Completed Floatation Circuit at the Deer Trail Mill and Processing Facility

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - April 28, 2008) - Unico, Incorporated (OTCBB: UCOI), a natural resource company in the precious metals mining sector, today announced the addition of a new photo gallery to the company's website, www.unicoming.com, which shows the progress of reconstruction work and testing of the floatation circuit at the mill and processing facility at the Deer Trail Mine in Marysvale, Utah. Testing of the completed floatation with screened material from the site is underway.

The new photographs have been added to the "Media" section of the Unico website at www.unicomining.com./news/othermedia.php. Video clips of testing of the floatation circuit are expected to be added to the same section of the website in the next several days.

The gallery contains photographs of the testing of the float cells monitored by Edgar Blanco, senior metallurgist for Unico's wholly owned Deer Trail Mining Company subsidiary. As the testing has proceeded, Mr. Blanco is making additional improvements and adjustments are being made to the floatation circuit as needed.

Also pictured in the gallery is testing of the ball mill with material fed from the feed bin hoppers in the mill. The gallery shows several additional areas of the facility during the testing process.

Prior to beginning testing of the floatation circuit with material from the site, the final electrical connections and piping required were completed. Electrical connections to the thickener were made, and successful testing of the lifting and rake mechanisms was completed. The pump that will be used to transport thickened tailings to the Eimco filter was installed as was the necessary piping. New seals for the lower gearbox of the Eimco filter were also installed.

Eight tons of new grinding balls for the ball mill were delivered and placed into the mill before the testing of the floatation circuit began.

All personnel are currently being trained in safety procedures associated with the mill operations in accordance with Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) regulations and guidelines.

"These photographs provide for shareholders a look at the completed floatation circuit at the mill and processing facility at the Deer Trail Mine," stated Mark A. Lopez, chief executive officer of Unico, Inc. "As we continue to make adjustments and improvements in the mill and begin processing operation at the facility, we anticipate adding additional photographs and video clips to our website."

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About Unico, Inc.

Unico, Inc. (OTCBB: UCOI) is a publicly traded natural resource company in the precious metals mining sector that is focused on the exploration, development and production of gold, silver, lead, zinc, and copper concentrates at its three mine properties: the Deer Trail Mine, the Bromide Basin Mine and the Silver Bell Mine. The company has also announced agreements to acquire over 70 additional mining claims. In August 2007, Unico announced that its wholly owned Deer Trail Mining Company subsidiary had completed the purchase of the Deer Trail Mine from Crown Mines, LLC. For more information, please visit www.unicomining.com.

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