Friday, February 10, 2012

Bantix announces revolutionary powerless refrigeration unit

Bantix Worldwide Limited (ASSOB: BTX), an Australian innovation and technology Company, reports that they have developed a powerless refrigeration unit for the portable consumer refrigeration market.

Managing Director Mr Andrew Coventry says the device is targeted at the global consumer market for convenient, portable and affordable refrigeration, such as “eskies” and other cooling boxes. The technology, which is the subject of a provisional patent application, has been perfected after many years of experimentation and is safe, convenient and environmentally friendly.

“The unit is unique in that it can operate at ambient temperatures in excess of 45C whilst maintaining a refrigerating temperature of between 0 and 5 degrees. It can also be used as a freezer and the unit is fully adjustable via an ingenious new control system that requires no electricity or batteries.”

“Consumers will no longer have to lug heavy, ineffective and space robbing ice in their cooling units and put up with soggy perishables and damp unhygienic conditions to store food and other sensitive items. In fact, not only is it a major step forward in technology and convenience for the market, it is more cost effective than ice” says Mr Coventry.

In other news, Mr Coventry has also announced that M-Tech International Pty Ltd, a fully owned subsidiary of Bantix, has been successful in receiving an order to supply Sir Richard Branson’s Make Peace Island with mosquito traps to protect their guests. Furthermore, two resorts in Port Macquarie have also ordered the industry leading traps after successful testing, reports the Company.

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