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Nitroheat Is Expanding Into the Northwest Region

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - July 22, 2014) - Nitroheat, a wholly owned subsidiary of AUTRIS (OTCQB: AUTR) is expanding into Portland, Oregon with bigger and better facilities and strategic growth in the Pacific Northwest region.

Nitroheat announces the relocation to a 10,000 square foot manufacturing warehouse located in Wilsonville, OR. The facility will accommodate an expanding inventory and order fulfillment. The new larger facility will feature state of the art technology that will increase the amount of orders that can be built and shipped per day.

Nitroheat has a variety of applications in a multitude of industries. In the automotive industry, use heated nitrogen for all your spray-painting requirements to save on paint material, increase productivity, improve transfer efficiency, shorten drying times and minimize VOCs. In the automotive and aeronautical industry you can maintain constant temperatures and tire pressure. Improve economy and increase tire life. Remember compressed air leaks 40% faster than Nitrogen. No moisture in the aircraft tires means no freezing at high altitudes. In aircraft spray painting and fuel tank safety, save on material and time with heated nitrogen for spray painting. Improve fuel tank safety with nitrogen top up to eliminate the presence of oxygen and the possibility of combustion.

Nitrogen can be used to minimize and even remove oxygen from silos for moisture free environment and pest control. Nitrogen is used in a number of medical applications in both liquid and gas formats. Nitrogen can be used to produce synthetic ammonia without using fossil fuels.

Nitrogen heat generators are not just used in the automotive and aeronautical industries. It has been used in wine production and bottling as well. Generating your own nitrogen eliminates the hassles of supplied cylinders, dewars or bulk nitrogen. A nitrogen generator dispels any concerns about lines icing up, running low, or running out of nitrogen. Costly downtime, tank rental fees, Haz Mat fees, delivery fuel surcharges, price increases, evaporation concerns, and multi-year lease agreements will be eliminated. Producing your own nitrogen eliminates reliance on outside vendors, allowing your winery to be more self-sufficient. The Wine Nitrogen Generators typically have a 9-18 month payback, and an operating life of at least 10 years.

Pure nitrogen gas fracking uses nitrogen almost exclusively, with only negligible amount of water present. In this case, the nitrogen is maintained in a gaseous state, meaning it is low density and compressible.

There are a few featured clients all along the West Coast; Riverside, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Las Vegas NV, and Vancouver, BC. Nitroheat is expanding into Portland, Oregon with bigger and better facilities to provide for the expanding heated nitrogen market.

About Autris
Innovative & Efficient Technologies: Science and engineering dominate Autris's approach as its engineers seek innovative solutions and products. Autris's flagship product NITROHEAT™ uses the power of nitrogen in an innovative process to alleviate a variety of common painting issues in industrial applications.

NITROHEAT™ is a manufacturer and distributor of nitrogen generators and compressed gas heaters. This unique solution is currently supplied into the automotive and industrial spray painting markets. Even though NITROHEAT™'s initial focus is in the spray painting of vehicle and industrial applications, there are a variety of other uses for this system in the following areas: Food production and packaging, shielding gases in the industrial and aeronautical sector, fire retardants, wine production and bottling, shielding gas and aluminum extrusion.

In the painting segment, the benefits derived from the utilization of the NITROHEAT™ system are: improved paint transfer efficiency, faster drying / curing time and a higher finish quality.

In the industrial sectors, the Nitrogen generators are used as an alternative to compressed "bottled / tanked" nitrogen. The NITROHEAT™ Nitrogen generators are able to produce "NITROGEN ON DEMAND".

The NITROHEAT™ compressed gas heaters are also used in a variety of industries requiring hot air". NITROHEAT™'s unique thermal process controllers are able to precisely supply compressed air or nitrogen at very specific temperatures.

All manufacturing and assembly is conducted out of our Gardena facility in California.

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For additional information, contact: Email contact

Derek Naidoo
President and CEO
AUTRIS.
Tel: (310) 698 9693
Fax: (866) 437 1405

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