Cavitation Technologies, Inc. designs and engineers NANO technology based systems. The design of these systems is to serve large, growing, global markets such as vegetable oil refining, renewable fuels, alcoholic beverage enhancement, algae oil extraction, water-oil emulsions and crude oil yield enhancement. Cavitation Technologies, Inc.’s shares trade on the OTC Bulletin Board and the Company has their headquarters in Chatsworth, California.

The Company focuses on merchandising their NANO Neutralization System. This vegetable oil refining system employs their proprietary continuous flow-through, hydrodynamic NANO Technology in the form of their multi-stage NANO Series of reactors. The target market for the Company’s systems includes refiners who process vegetable oils. The finished product is used for human consumption as well as animal feed.

The Company’s products include the Green D De-gumming System, a vegetable oil de-gumming system. Their products also include the BioForce 9000 Reactor Skid System. This fully automated system performs complete transesterification by fully converting all mono, di, and tri-glycerides contained in feedstock (such as animal fats and vegetable oils) into methyl esters (biodiesel).

Additional uses for Cavitation Technologies, Inc.’s technology include instant aging effects for alcoholic spirits and wine, water emulsification, and HydorFuel (the ability to blend 15 percent water into diesel and bunker fuel for a cleaner and better burn). Additional uses for their technology include the industrial chemical industry, personal care products (molecular bonding of fluids), as well as food & beverage industry applications.

In April, Cavitation Technologies, Inc. announced that they successfully completed the installation of another Nano Neutralization™ system at a major U.S. edible oil refinery. The Nano Neutralization™ system, as with other Company installations, has proven to reduce chemical usage and may significantly improve oil yields. As a result, the Company is in the process of working out the final details of converting this successful pilot agreement into a long-term commercial licensing arrangement.