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I am a retired US Government analyst, currently residing in Germany. I am also a shareholder in the company called Integral Technologies (OTCBB: ITKG), and have a desire to enlighten and share its great and still emerging story. I am well read, focused and appreciate challenging interactions which spark creativity and develop enlightenment. That is why I created the ElectriPlast Blog, and the reason I am here.

May 24, 2006

ElectriPlast - Now appearing on other's Radar

Starting to Get


Report by StreetInvesting.com
Tipped Off by EB Reader: Jen

[ElectriPlast Blog Publisher's Note: I do not normally endorse or encourage others to view such sources due to the fact that some will use what they read at one website as their sole source of information. Due Diligence is much more than that. That said, the following was relayed by one of this Blog's readers. I do not know of this company's track record, but think it would do a dis-service to any reading not to share and allow you to make an informed opinion for yourself . . . Jen -- thank you for pointing this out.

As noted above, StreetInvesting.com is one among many investment research firms presently poised to casts its sights toward Integral Technologies, their IP holdings, various patents (and pending patents), and the surrounding market potential -- PK sends...]

StreetInvesting.com looks to take an indepth look at ElectriPlast Potential

Integral Technologies Inc.
Average Volume: 607,18852-Week High / Low: 2.84 / 0.27Shares Outstanding: 42,524,000

Streetinvesting.com has commenced research on Integral Technologies Inc. (0TCBB:ITKG) after the Company’s share price shot up another 9.62% Monday, with trading volumes exceeding the 428,000 mark.

Monday morning’s success added to the seemingly ever-increasing streak of overall achievement this Company has been on since the start of 2006. In fact, since January 1, 2006 shareholders of this Company have now witnessed returns in excess of 700%. In lieu of both this recent and overall success, in combination with additional exciting news released by the Company this morning, our research panel has decided to take a more in depth look at Integral Technologies, as well as what might be in store for its shareholders in both the near and distant future.

Integral Technologies Inc. is the developer of an innovative electrically conductive resin-based material called "ElectriPlast™," a highly conductive recipe that can be molded into virtually any shape or dimension associated with the range of plastics, rubbers and other polymers. The Company’s IP consists of ElectriPlast™ and over 100 applications of ElectriPlast™ in various industries. At this point in time, Integral has had 16 US patents issued, or allowed and pending issuance, and 90 patents pending on ElectriPlast™ applications. Some examples of industries where ElectriPlast™ can be used are antennas, shielding, lighting, circuitry, switch actuators, resistors, and medical devices. Currently, the Company is working on introducing these new products and ElectriPlast™ technology on a global scale and after the Company’s 2006’s progress in the marketplace, Integral has been catching the eye of more than just investors.

On Monday morning, Integral Technologies Inc. announced that since the beginning of 2006 the Company has had 7 new US patents allowed on applications surrounding its ElectriPlast™ technology. These include; PlastiCap, PlastiProbe, PlasTenna-No. 6, PlastiRFID, PlastiCooler, PlastiShield, and PlastiShrink. This brings the Company's total US patents issued and/or allowed and awaiting issuance to 16. The Company has filed an additional 90 US patent applications surrounding its ElectriPlast™ technology between June 2004 and December 2005.

Historically, from the date of filing to the approval and issuance of a US Patent, it can be anywhere between approximately 18 and 24 months.

Remarking on the additional patents allowed, William Robinson, Integral’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer stated, "The Company is 'batting a thousand' on US patents applied for, and as such it continues to expand and solidify its intellectual property portfolio and expand its asset base surrounding its ElectriPlast™ technology. We continue to focus our R&D efforts on identifying applications where ElectriPlast™ can mirror the characteristics of metals.

Mr. Robinson then added, "Every patent allowed on an application of ElectriPlast™ is a new licensing opportunity. We anticipate securing more licenses for ElectriPlast™ over the remainder of the year."

After reviewing this latest news, in combination with the amazing success shareholders have encountered throughout the past 5 months, Streetinvesting has become very interested in what the remaining months of 2006 might be holding in store for this Company.

The Street Investing Team.


Anonymous Anonymous said...


Hello. Thanks again for the work w/the blog. It looks good!

Do you know if the proposed profile on StreetInvesting is the result of it being a paid promotional spot, or is going to be an unsolicited response to their own research? The latter of those two is obviously the preferred response.


May 25, 2006 1:44 PM  
Blogger PK... said...


Thank you for the good words -- I hope the blog is of help.

As for the proposed profile reported by StreetInvesting.com, I wish I could tell you which was the deal for certain.

I can relay past knowledge and tell you that Integral deals only with IRG for their press releases, and mass advertising/marketing. I can also relay that the management has at times entertained interviews with interested entities, but payment was not part of the deal.

As I noted in a earlier commentary, Integral's management is frugal. They don't go out of their way to spend for advertisment, and won't share words with either the public or their investors until they have something notable with solid promise is ready to share. Thus far, they have been telling the shareholders and the market that they are on the verge of taking it to the next level -- but I do not seriously think they are paying to get the word out.

Some might argue the point, but in my opinion based on past history, I do not see them working like that.

May 25, 2006 9:34 PM  

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