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  • Tagged Bioforce 9000

    CVAT Alert - BioDiesel & Nano-Technology Company at Attractive Levels

    Posted on March 30, 2011 by Dana Salvo

    CVAT.OB

    CAVITATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC

    CURRENT PRICE - .095

    www.ctinanotech.com

    TheStockWizards.net

    The Stock Wizards newest Alert is Cavitation Technologies, Inc (CVAT.OB). Cavitation designs and engineers environmentally friendly nano-technology-based systems that have potential commercial applications in large, growing, global liquid process application markets such as vegetable oils processing and refining, renewable fuels, water-fuel emulsions, crude oil yield enhancement, alcoholic beverage enhancement, and algae oil extraction.

    CVAT’s mission is to apply their environmentally friendly technology in a way that potentially helps clients reduce operating costs, increase yields, and improve quality in liquid process applications.

    Technical Outlook:

    CVAT looks to be in the accumulation phase. Trading in a nice channel between .09 & .14 cents, the stock is quietly building momentum. With the 200-day moving average in the neighborhood of .1347, technical traders will start to take notice as volume increases. TSW likes trades with a defined channel of support or resistance. Any type of good news could send the stock much higher.

    CVAT has created a reactor, the BioForce 9000, to produce biodiesel at extremely high speeds! This system can produce up to 20 gallons per minute. One of the advantages of this system is that because of its efficiency, CVAT estimates that your production costs can be reduced by up to 10 cents for every gallon of biodiesel that you produce.

    Additional uses for CVAT`s Technology:

    *Instant aging effects for alcoholic spirits and wine‚Ä®*Activation of Biodiesel after storage

    *Water Emulsification‚Ä®*HydorFuel (ability to blend 15% water into diesel for cleaner and better burn)

    *Mixing of the insoluble liquids into distillate water

    *Water and Sewage purification

    *Industrial Chemical Industry

    *Personal Care Products (molecular bonding of fluids)

    *Food & Beverage industry applications

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