LOS ANGELES, April 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CTi (OTCBB: CVAT; Frankfurt, Berlin & Stuttgart: WTC). CTi, a California based Technology Company, announced today that it has successfully completed the installation of another Nano Neutralization™ system at a major U.S. edible oil refinery.
Working in conjunction with Desmet Ballestra, North America, and after a 45-day trial at a major U.S. edible oil refinery, the parties agreed that the system is a success. As with other CTi installations, the Nano Neutralization™ system has proven to reduce chemical usage and may significantly improve oil yields.
As a result, CTi is in the process of working out the final details of converting this successful pilot agreement into a long term commercial licensing arrangement.
According to Roman Gordon, CTi's CEO, "This is another successful installation and opportunity for CTi to demonstrate the value of the Nano Neutralization™ Technology. We appreciate all that Desmet has done to bring customers to us and know that we are only scratching the surface of this multi-billion dollar industry where there are hundreds of customers that will need our technology."
CTi (OTCBB: CVAT; Frankfurt, Berlin & Stuttgart: WTC) is a technology research, development and technology company engaged primarily in the development of environmentally clean Nano Reactor™ technologies and liquid process applications and solutions in various fields and industries, including vegetable oil processing and refining; renewable fuels; petroleum refining and petrochemicals; water and wastewater treatment; and the food and beverage industries.
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