Press Release Summary:
Digital Electromolecular Propulsion Analytical Instrument, Model EMP 15 is rooted in electrochemical process that affects differential movement and analytical separation of molecules. EMP separations are typically completed in 1-3 min, with certain separations being completed in seconds. Refined EMP separations have extremely sharp zones with minimal band-broadening and diffusion aberrations.
Original Press Release:
HABER INTRODUCES NEW ELECTROMOLECULAR PROPULSION INSTRUMENT AT PITTCON 2004
New Fundamental Analytical Technology Offers Greater Speed and Applicability as Compared to Capillary Electrophoresis and Chromatography
BAYONNE, N.J. March. 1, 2004 --Haber, Inc. (OTC: HABE), a New Jersey-based developer of proprietary technologies for analytical instrumentation, announces that it will unveil the world's first digital Electromolecular Propulsion (EMP)(TM) analytical instrument on March 8, 2004, at the Pittsburgh Analytical Conference (PITTCON) being held in Chicago. Company Vice President Dr. Henry Rosenberg also will conduct a presentation at the conference to outline the key features of the technology, which is capable of analyzing complex chemical compounds in seconds.
Developed by company founder Norman Haber, the EMP technology is distinguished from the analytic techniques of electrophoresis and chromatography by its greater scope of applicability and higher speed. It is rooted in an electrochemical process that affects the differential movement and analytic separation of a very wide variety of molecules.
Completion of the company's commercial unit - the EMP 15 D/A - represents a milestone for both the company and its founder. For the first time, Haber, Inc. is able to demonstrate, in a robust and precise, digitally-controlled fashion, EMP's real-time speed and unique capabilities. The instrument actualizes the technology's efficient and reproducible high-resolution chemical analysis.
EMP offers important operational advantages over existing analytical techniques such as chromatography and electrophoresis.
o Ultra Fast - EMP separations are typically completed in 1 to 3 minutes with certain separations being completed in seconds.
o High Resolution - By virtue of speed and minimal separation distances, EMP may set new standards for resolution. Refined EMP separations have extremely sharp zones with minimal band-broadening and diffusion aberrations.
o Broad Applications - EMP can be used to analyze a wide range of molecular species in a broad variety of solvents.
Given its advantages, EMP has the potential to become a favored analytical tool for researchers, theoreticians, clinicians and all of those whose work depends upon collecting advanced information about molecules. Consequently, the practical applications of EMP for scientific domains and the commercial industries they support is expansive.
Albert Conti, president of Haber, stated, "With the development of this instrument, the company is making a strong entry into the multi- billion dollar life-science and analytical instrumentation industry. I believe that EMP technology can have a significant impact on the ways in which research, separation chemistry and medical diagnostics are done today. Indeed, the unique features of the EMP 15 D/A justify our application for new EMP patents."
"We recognize, however, that EMP will be in competition with well-established and mature electrophoresis and chromatography companies and equipment," continued Conti. "I understand that even with a superior product, there is a challenge facing us in this market. But I am convinced that once the scientific community is exposed to the performance and capabilities of the EMP technology, it will be embraced."
Company founder Norman Haber said, "This important new instrument represents a landmark event for the commercialization and practical applicability of our EMP technology. As a novel tool in chemical science, the EMP 15 D/A may be likened to a new set of eyes or new type of telescope for astronomy.
Through its use, scientists will be able to probe deeper into the molecular worlds of life processes and nature in general. The company has been fortunate in its ability to assemble a dynamic team of specialists who have contributed mightily to the completion of this project."
In order to augment and expedite the diversification and adoption of this technology within the industry, Haber, Inc. will continue to assume an open posture toward companies with an established marketing capacity that are interested in embracing the potential of EMP technology.
For more information, visit our website at www.habercorp.com
About Haber, Inc.
Haber, Inc. is a high technology process development company with proprietary technologies in extractive metallurgy and electrochemical separations. These technologies include the company's Haber Gold Process (HGP), a chemical system discovered by Norman Haber, the chairman of the company, for the hydrometallurgical extraction of gold from its ores. The Haber Gold Process is both non-toxic and more efficient than conventional solvents such as cyanide. This technology accelerates the gold extraction rate and may increase gold recovery from its ores by a substantial factor.
The company's Electromolecular Propulsion (EMP) technology is an electrochemical process that enables the electrically controlled movement or positioning of a variety of different molecules. It is distinguished from the techniques of electrophoresis and chromatography by its wide variety of potential applications and the greater speed and control of the results.
For more information, call Peter R. D'Angelo (781) 643-2727, or visit the company's new Web site, currently under construction, at www.habercorp.com.