NEWS SOURCE: Nano Superlattice Technology Inc.

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TAIPEI, Taiwan – May 4 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Nano Superlattice Technology Inc. (hereinafter as “Nano”) (OTC BB: NSLT), a company engaged in the coating of tools and components with nano structured PVD coatings for the semiconductor, precision machinery and telecommunication industries, announced today the completion of the installation of Nano’s newest set of production machinery. The completion of the design and construction of this nano-coating machine is unique and represents the culmination of years of proprietary technology and scientific breakthrough by Nano’s research and development team led by Professor Dr. Wolf-Dieter Munz.

This machinery will utilize Nano’s sophisticated and exclusive superlattice technology to manufacture highly advanced and superhard nano-scale coatings.

Nano’s research and development team leader, Dr. Munz, is an expert in nano-coating technologies. With a Ph.D. in Experimental Physics and over 40 years of experience in the PVD (physical vapor deposition) and hard-coating industries, Dr. Munz brings to Nano the ABS (Arc Bond Sputtering) technology he created, as well as resource and market expertise.

Currently, Nano believes its “Nano ABS” machine could be the largest machine for deposition of nano scale coatings in the world. The machine will employ ion implantation in combination with magnetron sputtering for the depositing of nitrides of various elements such as titanium, aluminum and vanadium in a high vacuum environment.

Utilizing a special atomistic deposition process, the surface of various products will be bombarded and penetrated with high-speed ions which will effectively achieve a structural change in the targeted product allowing it extremely high adhesion properties such as high hardness, high heat-resistance, high abrasion resistance and extending its normal product lifespan by as much as five or ten times.

“The nano-coating technology I have developed for Nano Superlattice Technology is among the most advanced in the world,” remarked Dr. Wolf-Dieter Munz. “I believe that applied to hi-tech components in the precision electrical engineering industries in Taiwan, China and elsewhere is a significant and previously untapped business opportunity.”

This technology can be used to create multiple nano-scale layers of thin elemental coatings with special crystalline structures on a product. Each thin nano-coating layer is optimized to a size of merely three to four nanometers in thickness with such coatings reaching half the hardness of diamond. Preliminarily, this nanotechnology will be applied to precision cutting tools such as industrial hobs.

The completion of the design and construction of this new production machinery is a milestone for Nano and a significant step in realizing Nano’s business goals.

About Nano Superlattice Technology Inc.

Nano utilizes Arc Bond Sputtering and Superlattice technology to apply multi-layers of super-hard elemental coatings on an array of precision products to achieve a variety of physical properties. The application of the coating on industrial products is designed to change their physical properties, improving an individual product’s durability, resistance, chemical and physical characteristics as well as performance. Nano’s super-hard alloy coating materials were especially developed for printed circuit board drills in response to special market requirements. Nano plans to continue research and development into these techniques due to the vast application range for this type of nanotechnology.

Safe Harbor under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements which are not historical facts contained in this press release are forward-looking statements that involve certain risks and uncertainties including but not limited to risks associated with the uncertainty of future financial results, regulatory approval processes, the impact of competitive products or pricing, technological changes, the effect of economic conditions and other uncertainties as may be detailed in Nano’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Nothing in this press release shall be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities herein.

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Original Story ID: (342) :: 2005-05-0504-005

Original Keywords: Nano Superlattice Technology Inc., OTC BB: NSLT, nanotech, micro coatings, Nano ABS machine, NSLT.OB, Taipei, Taiwan, Nano-coating Mass Production Machinery, Professor Dr. Wolf-Dieter Munz, super lattice, superlattice, ABS, Arc Bond Sputtering, magnetron sputtering, depositing of nitrides, PVD, physical vapor deposition, nano-coatings, OTC Bulletin Board NSLT Nano Superlattice Technology Inc.

NEWS SOURCE: Nano Superlattice Technology Inc. | Published: 2005-05-04 15:28:00

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