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For Immediate Release Contact: Ray Rex, President HALOX® Phone: 219-933-1560 www.halox.com

HALOX® RECLASSIFIES SZP-391 and Z-PLEX 111

Products are no longer considered environmentally hazardous January 31, 2007 ­ Hammond, IN ­ Worldwide corrosion inhibitors manufacturer and distributor, HALOX®, will immediately reclassify its anticorrosive pigments sold to Europe. Toxicological testing conducted at LAUS GmbH, Kirrweiler, Germany, concluded that the zinc compounds found in both HALOX SZP-391 and ZPLEX 111 are not a threat to living organisms. HALOX SZP-391 and HALOX Z-PLEX 111 are no longer classified as environmentally hazardous for transportation purposes.

For a copy of the complete toxicological report, please contact us directly at [email protected]

HALOX,® established in 1972, operates its headquarters in Hammond, Indiana, and supports a full-service technical lab. With over 30 years of experience, HALOX® has established itself as the leader in corrosion and tannin stain inhibitors for coatings. For more information about HALOX®, visit their Web site at www.halox.com or call 219933-1560.

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