Nansulate Translucent Chosen by Seattle Museum of Flight to be Used in Restoration of First Jetliner

| Source: Industrial Nanotech, Inc.

NAPLES, Fla., Oct. 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Industrial Nanotech Inc. (Pink Sheets:INTK) is pleased to announce today that Industrial Nanotech's Nansulate(tm) Translucent PT will be used by the Seattle Museum of Flight's Restoration Center as part of the restoration of the de Havilland Comet Mk4C, the very first jetliner.

The Museum Restoration crew will apply the Company's industrial coating to the interior hull of the airliner to help insulate it and protect against condensation and corrosion. On May 2, 1952, the Comet Mk1 became the first jet passenger plane to ever fly a scheduled commercial route. Flying at 460 miles per hour, it left the propeller-driven planes in its dust. In its first year, Comet jetliners carried 28,000 passengers millions of miles. The Museum has been working on a project to restore the last de Havilland Comet in North America to static display standards with a like new appearance.

Bob Hood, Comet Restoration Project Manager emeritus, commented, "We are very excited to use Nansulate(tm) Translucent coating as a part of The de Haviland Comet restoration project. The superior thermal conductivity characteristics and the ability to be applied in a spray make Industrial Nanotech's coatings the perfect solution to protect the 'Comet'. Condensation in the cockpit and cabin of the jetliner could cause drips and leaks that could stain the interior promote corrosion period. Traditional insulation such as fiberglass batting is much more cumbersome and less effective than a superior coating."

About Industrial Nanotech Inc.

Industrial Nanotech Inc. produces and sells Nansulate(tm) Translucent, a line of high performance industrial coatings that insulate and protect against corrosion. The coatings are primarily designed for heavy industry, manufacturing and shipping markets. The Company is currently conducting nanoscience-related research in advanced materials, molecular self-assembly, and industrial applications at facilities in New Mexico, Colorado, and New Jersey. Products are available directly from the company or through a rapidly growing worldwide network of exclusive distributors.

About Seattle Museum of Flight

The independent, non-profit Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, attracting more than 400,000 visitors annually. The Museum's collection includes more than 150 historically significant air- and spacecraft, as well as the Red Barn(r) -- the original manufacturing facility of The Boeing Co. The Museum's aviation and space library and archives are the largest on the West Coast. More than 100,000 individuals are served annually by the Museum's on-site and outreach educational programs.

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