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January 17, 2010

ElectriPlast: Let the Spigot of News Start Flowing...

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By Business Wire
13 January 2010

BELLINGHAM, Wash. - (Business Wire) Integral Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:ITKG) (“Integral”), today announces the results of specialized, third-party independent and certified mechanical and electrical testing of its ElectriPlast™ conductive plastic product.

The testing used specimens doped with Stainless Steel Fiber encapsulated in Nylon 6/6 at a thickness of 3mm (0.12”). The test fixtures used for Electrical and Mechanical testing are manufactured by certified suppliers in accordance with ASTM (D638, D790, D256, D648, D792, D257, D4935), ESD (STM 11.11), FTMS (101C,4046), and UL (94) test methods.

Testing revealed that ElectriPlast’s™ Electromagnetic Shield Effectiveness Capability ranged from 70dB @ 30MHz to 90dB @ 1.5GHz. See www.itkg.net to view all the detailed electrical and mechanical test results per each test method. These superb EMI/RFI shielding properties over a wide frequency spectrum from DC to UHF outperformed the competition by over 40%. The Shield Effectiveness was performed according to ASTM D4935. Integral is proud to both reveal the specimen thickness and provide precise results for the shield effectiveness rather than merely a less-than or greater-than format.

Mo Zeidan, head of Business Development for ElectriPlast™ at Integral, said:

“The independent tests prove conclusively that ElectriPlast™ possesses unique properties that give rise to an efficiency and effectiveness far superior to those of our competitors’ electrically conductive products.”

The unique and exemplary performance characteristics of ElectriPlast™ are primarily the result of ElectriPlast’s™ patented and proprietary pellet design that permits it to be blended at a far higher doping percentage than its competition, thus optimizing its performance for any customer’s specific application.

“These results reveal that the mechanical strength and shield effectiveness of ElectriPlast™ is as efficient as metal, thus enabling our customers to switch from Aluminum and other metals to ElectriPlast,”
explained Mr. Zeidan.

What bodes particularly well for Integral’s future business prospects is that, in addition to the already demonstrated major costs savings and weight reduction ElectriPlast™ offers, ElectriPlast™ is now shown by objective and independent results to exceed the specifications of the hundreds of our customers who wish to incorporate ElectriPlast™ into their products. “Moreover, because all the pellets used for molding of the test specimens are manufactured by production tools at Jasper Rubber Inc., our customers will be confident that the manufacturing of their applications is guaranteed to replicate the test performance,” said Mr. Zeidan.

There is more exciting news to follow, says Mr. Zeidan:

“In Q1 we will begin to expand our testing to ultimately publish data for as many as 4 to 6 of Integral’s ElectriPlast™ proprietary materials. This will
cover various material combinations that will target multi-market sectors. Some of our new applications will be industry-firsts.”

These latest developments are the result of adding industry expertise at Integral and jointly working with the Jasper Rubber Inc. manufacturing team to enhance production for ElectriPlast™ commercialization and proceed with advanced R&D projects.

Intellectual Property and Patent Portfolio:

Patents based on our ElectriPlast™ platform continue to be approved by the US Patent office and now number 45. The Company has elected not to appeal those rejected (52), instead incorporating them into subsequent applications in order to better optimize the different uses arising from our base patent. Please visit our web site www.itkg.net for current approved Patents or visit www.usgov.patent.com.

Integral Technologies

Integral Technologies, Inc. (www.itkg.net) 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. Our IP consists of ElectriPlast™ and multitudes of different applications pertinent to a wide variety of industries. No assurances can be given that all patent applications will be approved; however, to the extent that patents are not granted, we will continue to attempt to commercialize these technologies without the protection of patents. Various examples of industries where ElectriPlast™ can be used are antennas, shielding, lighting, circuitry, switch actuators, resistors, and medical devices, to name just a few. The company is currently introducing these new products and ElectriPlast™ technology on a global scale.

This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the 1933 Securities Act and Section 21E of the 1934 Securities Exchange Act. Actual results could differ materially, as the result of such factors as (1) competition in the markets for the products and services sold by the company, (2) the ability of the company to execute its plans, and (3) other factors detailed in the company’s public filings with the SEC. By making these forward-looking statements, the Company can give no assurances that the transaction described in this press release will be successfully completed, and undertakes no obligation to update these statements for revisions or changes after the date of this release.

For more detailed information on the company and the technologies described above please visit our web site at www.itkg.net or contact Shareholder Relations at 888-666-8833 or Doug Bathauer, at 812-455-5767 or email at electriplastinfo@aol.com. To review the company’s filings with the SEC, please go to www.sec.gov.

Integral Technologies, Inc.Scott McArthur, 888-666-8833


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Has anyone else heard that Tobin Smith is going to be covering ITKG?

January 19, 2010 6:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Integral had TS's coverage early in 2006. He got in around .80 cents and that helped push the sp up to around 4 bucks. When anticipated events failed to materialize he eventually sold and moved on. If you were to talk to him today I think he would tell you he jumped in way too early. Although it's possible, I cannot imagine him jumping back in.

January 19, 2010 11:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its "spigot" PK.

January 20, 2010 4:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


The ASTMs, dBs and Ghz are all very impressive. But does anyone know what any of it means? We now have some data - can anyone (other than a paid employee of Integral) give us an objective understanding of how this material compares with copper, plastic or any of the other conductive plastics out there?

Its simple. Property A for copper is X. Property A for EP is Y. X is better/worse than Y. Everybody sells products like this - what is the big mystery? Or are we hiding something?

Without such a factual comparison the data sheet does us no good; we're just a bunch of goats looking at a watch. And more unproven pronouncements from Integral or Jasper that "it works" or "its better than the other guy" don't help.

Please show us factual reasons why anyone would buy this stuff.

January 20, 2010 8:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have to hand it to the management at Integral.

By making well-timed press releases, hiring a new face here and there and releasing test results ever so slowly, they are able to buoy the stock price and keep themselves very well paid. And they do it all without a single contract or a dollar of revenue!

They tease the investors with with oh-so-tantalizing promises of replacing all things conductive and "going global" (even though they haven't gotten a single patent allowed outside the US). They could have been strippers - hiking up their skirts ever so little so that the investors can tuck cash into their garters. I would wager that the dance will go on for many more months as the data (which no one understands) is metered out so skillfully.

This is fascinating to watch.

January 21, 2010 7:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"They tease the investors with with oh-so-tantalizing promises"

How could you expect anything different from a couple of former mining speculators.

Different "product", same greedy investors hoping to get rich quick. They brag about all the DD they`ve done but never get around to admitting that every bit of information they`ve uncovered originated from one single source.....which takes us right back to: "They tease the investors with with oh-so-tantalizing promises".

Yep, fascinating to watch.

January 23, 2010 7:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi PK,

Any comments at all? Seems like they are losing momentum... Less cash to Private Placements. Running out of time...


February 04, 2010 4:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, PK. Please give us another pump. We have that sinking feeling (again).

February 05, 2010 3:39 PM  

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