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Irving, TX, United States, 2005/08/03 - Sniffex, Inc. (OTC.PK: SNFX; "Sniffex") producers of Sniffex, an explosives detection device, announced today the first purchase of Sniffex by a branch of the US Military..
The purchase was executed for the purpose of testing Sniffex in a broad range of tests under a variety of circumstances. Testing will be performed at one of the most prestigious military test sites in the country.
Sniffex, Inc. further stated that training of military personnel has already begun and that large scale tests are planned for the near future. Sniffex, Inc. personnel will participate in the test and the Company acknowledged that the testing will add significantly to the body of knowledge about the device and its strengths and limitations.
"Obviously this is an exciting event for us at Sniffex, Inc. We expect this series of tests to be rigorous and thorough. As a result of the test we will have definitive and detailed data that will help us to define more clearly in what situations and with what products Sniffex will be most effective," stated Paul B. Johnson, President & CEO of Sniffex, Inc.
Sniffex, Inc. is the holder of the license to sell Sniffex, an explosives detection device, in most areas of the world. It sells its products through agents, distributors, and its own sales force. The Company was formed in November 2004 and began selling its products in May 2005. The Company has formed a partnership with Yuri Markov, a noted Bulgarian engineer and inventor of Sniffex, to lead the research and development of its next generation products.
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Source: Sniffex, Inc.