21st Century's Trident Receives Congressional Support ProMag and SeaPatch Impress Legislators
Apr 7, 2004 9:00:00 AM
LAS VEGAS, Apr 7, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) --
21st Century Technologies, Inc. (OTC:BB TFCT.OB) today said that the company's efforts to secure federal funding are proceeding as planned. Several Members of Congress and the Senate last week submitted paperwork supporting the purchase of ProMag and SeaPatch for multiple safety and leak prevention applications.
'We are please with the support that we are receiving from officials,'said Kevin Romney, general manager of 21st Century. 'Our efforts to educate decision-makers of the benefits of our magnetic patches are working. Our support base continues to grow.'
Top legislative staff and Members of Congress and the Senate were awed by the simplicity, easy application and sealing power of ProMag and SeaPatch when officials of the Company recently visited Washington, D.C. Mr. Romney and James Branch, president of Trident Technologies, Inc., 21st's wholly-owned subsidiary that manufactures ProMag and SeaPatch, participated in nearly two dozen meetings there in March. They demonstrated the ProMag/SeaPatch sealing devices to elected officials from Nevada and Texas as well as to congressional leaders in the transportation and homeland security sectors.
Decision makers are supportive of purchasing products to mitigate accidental or terrorist-caused environmental spills to protect our homeland through various government procurement processes.
ProMag (for land-based operations) and SeaPatch (for marine use) devices are modular magnetic patches capable of sealing leaks in any ferrous-based vessel, tanker, container or pipeline. The devices have been used successfully on large and small circular puncture, jagged tears--to avert disasters that are natural, accidental or caused by acts of terror.
As a symbol of their reliability and functionality, SeaPatch and ProMag magnetic-powered quick seal devices have been type-approved by the American Bureau of Shipping and are used during emergency response training at the Department of Transportation's Emergency Response School in Pueblo, Colorado, the Louisiana Emergency Response Training Center and the Texas Engineering Extension Service in association with Texas A &M University.
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