Brief History Of Pure-Light Technologies

Brief History Of Pure-Light Technologies

A. The Discovery in 1967 of the photocatalytic effect of Titanium Dioxide and subsequent
testing since then on a large variety of potential applications were deemed to be a tremendous
opportunity to solve many problems facing and growing in society. Unfortunately, for 30+ years
no company was able to solve the application problems associated with using the TIO2
technology in a commercial application. NASA finally came up with a limited solution in 2000 which is
currently still in use in the International Space Station. The drawbacks to the NASA TIO2 formula
are that the organic adhesive only lasts for 10-12 months, it needs high power Ultraviolet light to
activate the photocatalytic action, which light is harmful to all plant and animal life. To utilize the
formula, NASA then enclosed the system in essentially a sealed “air filter device.” The third
drawback is that the NASA formula is prohibitively expensive.

B. The inventor behind the Pure-Light formulas spent 9 years developing the base formula
which is far superior to the NASA version in at least four different ways.
1. The PLT formula is a non-organic TIO2 formula that can last up to 20 years
depending upon the surface it is sealed to.
2. The PLT formula is activated by regular light. (Does need high-intensity UV
light.
3. Appears to produce a much higher rate of photocatalytic action than the NASA
version.
4. The PLT formulas are considerably less expensive to produce and apply than the
NASA formulas.

C. Roger Young, founder of Pure-Light Technologies, Inc. became involved with the TIO2
formulas in 2012. Subsequently, after six years of testing; obtaining exclusive marketing rights for
use of the formula for light bulbs, light fixtures, and self-application coatings; trademarking
names; consumer testing; inventing different applications; conducting certified lab tests;
developing manufacturing techniques; developing marketing materials; etc. Pure-Light
Technologies are ready to begin full-scale manufacturing and marketing.

D. It is important to note that Mr. Young has a purchase option from his inventor
partner/friend that for a total price of $4 million, with $1.1 down and the balance over the next 8
years, plus a stock position of 5% of Pure-Light Technologies, PLT will control/own all rights to the
all formulas (both current and future).