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Electronic Sensor Technology Announces the Introduction of the Air Guardian

August 8, 2007

Ultra-fast vapor analyzer can sense explosives, narcotics, and toxic chemicals in ppb concentrations.


NEWBURY PARK, CA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Electronic Sensor Technology (OTCBB:ESNR), a leading manufacturer of ultra-fast vapor analyzers, announced the introduction of a new product: the Air Guardian designated as Model 8100. The Air Guardian provides detection using gas chromatography useful in sensing explosives, narcotics, and toxic chemicals as low as parts-per-billion concentrations. The Air Guardian refreshes the air using filters along with negative ion generation. The resulting air has less bacteria, viruses, dust, and pollutants as well as reduced odors. This combination of security functions combined with environmental improvement is new to the industry and aimed at providing an improved solution to facility monitoring. The plug-n-play design makes it ideal for governmental facility monitoring.

About Electronic Sensor Technology
Founded in 1995, Electronic Sensor Technology has developed a patented chemical vapor analytical process that enables analysis of nearly any odor, fragrance, or chemical vapor within ten seconds. We believe that the company's product line is strategically positioned to address key vulnerabilities in the homeland security market, and is also suited for environmental and quality assurance applications.


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