DFI Nanotechnology Implements First Industrial Nano Coating System In Brazil

Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology), global developer and exclusive licensor of patented hydrophobic nanotechnologies, announced  the implementation of its proprietary nano-surface chemical vapor chamber coating system at BRASVETRO - Vidros de Segurança Ltda.

This industrial implementation at BRASVETRO, DFI's exclusive distributor in Brazil, sets DFI to further develop the MERCOSUR (Regional Trade Agreement among six countries: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile and Bolivia), along with providing positive impact throughout Latin America. BRASVETRO Vidros de Segurança Ltda, and VETROBRAS Vidrios, with their flagship product CURVETRO, are both privately-held and highly reputable companies based in Porto Alegre, BRASIL. Both were established and continue to be managed by João Antonio Magdalena under GRUPO CURVETRO, providing over 30 years of performance in the Brazilian Glass sector. BRASVETRO serves theArchitectural (both Curved & Flat) Glass Sector, in addition to the Transportation, Refrigerationand other diverse markets of highly specialized glass products and venues. Brazil's economy outweighs that of all other South American countries and is the world's 9th largest economy by purchasing power.

João A. Magdalena, Managing Director of BRASVETRO and Vice President of ANDIV, Brazilian Flat Glass Association, stated: "The industrial flexibility that DFI's nano surface chamber coating system offers is unmatched, in both production capabilities and overall efficiency. We are now set to grow the Brazilian market with multiple regional alliances we've established in order to have complete nationwide coverage, through the key partnerships in each respective market segment." Jorge L. Rico, Regional Sales Director of DFI South America, in charge of DFI's patented system certification that took place in Brazil, explained: "The implementation of DFI's first industrial CVD chamber system in Brazil sets an important milestone not only for the vast Brazilian market but throughout South America; our nano-coating surface treatment provides a superlative added-value coupled with an unparalleled production capability of treating large volumes, resulting in a very attractive element in today's economy."

Guillermo Seta, Executive Director of DFI Global Operations, added: "Brazil not only represents the largest market in South America but it also provides a dynamic market in many respects, with its own life and market culture - the ultimate diversification value we always look for."

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Date: 15 August 2008
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