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SEFE, Inc. (SEFE) Highlights Patent for Strain Reduction System

SEFE, Inc. (OTCBB: SEFE.OB) (“SEFE”) (“The Company”) today offered further details on its pending patent for Strain Reduction On A Balloon System In Extreme Weather Conditions.

SEFE’s breakthrough Harmony III unit is designed to collect atmospheric energy under a wide range of conditions. During inclement weather, of course, the system is subjected to higher forces, and SEFE engineers have developed and are testing a number of mechanisms and innovations to maintain safety and integrity while continuing to generate electricity.

In layman’s terms, the patent-pending strain reduction system is achieved by using an elastic bungee between a balloon and the tether attached to the balloon. As wind pushes on the balloon, immediate pressure caused by the wind is absorbed by the elastic bungee rather than the balloon or the tether, thereby reducing immediate force and tension and protecting the components from damage. The patent for the strain reduction device was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as application #13/103,988 on May 9, 2011.

“We appreciate each piece of intellectual property developed by our team as an additional protection of value for our shareholders,” said Don Johnston, SEFE’s CEO. “One of our goals is to build ownership around our core technology, in order to protect our position within this space. This particular patent is related to our Harmony unit’s ability to withstand the elements while doing its job collecting atmospheric electricity.”

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About SEFE, Inc.

SEFE focuses on pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, embracing innovation and employing the cutting-edge to solve problems, and offering sustainable solutions to a world hungry for invention, direction and leadership. SEFE is technology- and solutions-driven, focusing on developing inventions that provide a real-world impact and true profitability. So, success is measured by both a sustainable return on investment, as well as a project’s sustainability from an environmental perspective.

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Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 Uncategorized
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