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CTI is Pleased to Announce the Receipt of a Patent

September 29, 2010

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire/ — Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (CTI) (OTC Bulletin Board: CVAT & Berlin/Stuttgart: WTC) is pleased to announce the receipt of Patent 7,762,715.

“This patent marks a milestone in building our patent portfolio,” states Roman Gordon, CEO of CTI. This broadened IP is another step towards accelerating business development in the U.S. and around the world.

The current patent relates to a method for processing a fluidic mixture in a multi-stage hydrodynamic cavitation device and is used for processing heterogeneous fluids by the controllable formation of cavitation bubbles.

About Cavitation Technologies, Inc.

Cavitation Technologies, Inc (CTI). is a “Green-Tech” company, established in 2006. CTI designs and engineers NANO Technology based skid systems that are designed to serve growing markets such as edible oil refining, renewable fuels, crude oil yield enhancement, water-fuel emulsions, water purification and algae oil extraction. R&D has led to products including the Green D+Plus NANO Neutralization System - a vegetable oil refining system, and the Bioforce 9000 NANO Reactor System which performs the transeseterification process during the production of biodiesel. Both the Green D+Plus System and the Bioforce 9000 NANO Reactor System employ our proprietary, continuous flow-through, hydrodynamic NANO Technology in the form of our multi-stage NANO Series of reactors. The Green D+ Plus System is currently in commercial operation at Carolina Soya, LLC, a vegetable oil refining facility located in South Carolina. Paul E. Hankey Jr., General Manager of Carolina Soya recently stated: “The operation of the Green D+ Plus NANO Refining System has been straightforward and simple…and will continue to be a significant process improvement for our refinery.” For additional information please visit: www.cavitationtechnologies.com

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SOURCE Cavitation Technologies, Inc.


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