TechLite, Inc. has agreed to become a major distributor of Frigi-Tech

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TechLite, Inc. (http://www.techlite.com) of Tulsa, Oklahoma has agreed to become a major distributor of Frigi-Tech, a halogenated hydrocarbon compound used to improve mechanical efficiency of refrigeration, air conditioning, chiller, heat pump, and hermetically sealed lubrication systems.

TechLite, Inc. (http://www.techlite.com) of Tulsa, Oklahoma (OTC Bulletin Board: THLT) has agreed to become a major distributor of Frigi-Tech, a halogenated hydrocarbon compound used to improve mechanical efficiency of refrigeration, air conditioning, chiller, heat pump, and hermetically sealed lubrication systems.

The US Department of Energy has mandated that all new A/C units have a 30% energy reduction by 2006. By adding Frigi-Tech and the American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) award winning OAM Oil Purger to its product line TechLite is in a positive position to help its old and new customers save additional energy (money) and comply with government mandates relating to reducing Energy consumption.

When Frigi-Tech is added to compressor refrigerant streams, Frigi-Tech acts immediately to reduce internal friction between refrigerant and metal surfaces and to enhance heat-exchange capability. Frigi-Tech reduces power consumption, provides oxidation and corrosion protection, and extends the useful life of capital equipment. It is compatible with all popular refrigerant compounds.

In a thirty-eight day controlled test at Rockwell Space Operations in Houston, Frigi-Tech was added to the refrigerant stream of one of two 20 ton dual stage compressors. Of the two identical compressors, Frigi-Tech was added to the compressor with normal power consumption 25 percent higher than its companion compressor. Some eight days after treatment with Frigi-Tech, the power consumption of the treated compressor was consistently at or below that of the untreated compressor. The economic payback period to treat all of the facility’s thirty dual-compressor units was projected to be ten months.

TechLite president, J.D. Arvidson states, “We are pleased to add Frigi-Tech to our line of energy conservation products and services. Power costs are a major contributor to every organization’s operating overhead. TechLite‘s products and services help reduce the cost of operating a building by 20% or more: All TechLite upgrades simply pay for themselves by a reduction in the utility bill.”

Frigi-Tech is manufactured by Frigi-Tech International, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas.

About TechLite, Inc. (http://www.techlite.com)

TechLite, Inc. is a national energy services company, providing turnkey design and installation of energy efficient and EPA-compliant lighting upgrades. The magazine, Electrical Contractor, has described the lighting retrofit business as “the market of the decade.” Customers include power utility energy service companies (ESCOs), as well as those in the education, medical, commercial, industrial, military, and governmental sectors. Industry experts estimate the size of the retrofit market at approximately three billion lighting fixtures, creating a potential $100 billion lighting retrofit industry. TechLite also offers a complete line of new energy efficient lighting fixtures for new construction, long term service and maintenance contracts for existing lighting systems, and other state-of-the-art energy conservation products and services for air conditioning systems, including the revolutionary AOM-Purger™ which controls contaminant levels in the refrigerant stream of chillers.

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements contained herein which are not historical are forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements, including, but not limited to, certain delays beyond the company’s control with respect to market acceptance of new technologies or products, delays in testing and evaluation of products, and other risks detailed from time to time in the company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Company Contact: J.D. Arvidson, CEO, (918) 664-1441

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