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Dais Analytic Overview


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Dais Analytic Overview

  1. 1. Applied Nanotechnology “Fulfilling 21st Century Energy and Water Market Demands” (OTCBB: DLYT) Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information October 2009-V1.2 Page 1
  2. 2. Introduction/Agenda  Tim Tangredi, CEO of Dais (OTCBB: DLYT)  Safe Harbor  Dais o Business Opportunity/Overview Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 2
  3. 3. Safe Harbor • The materials in this presentation about Dais Analytic Corporation contain various forward-looking statements and include assumptions concerning Dais Analytic's operations, future results and prospects. • These forward-looking statements are based on current expectations and are subject to risk and uncertainties. In connection with the "safe harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, Dais Analytic Corporation provides the following cautionary statement identifying important factors which, among others, could cause the actual results or events to differ materially from those set forth or implied by the forward-looking statements and related assumptions. • Such factors include the following: (1) the current state of development of our planned products; (2) risks associated with international operations and expansion, (3) unproven business plan, and (4) demands of the competitive global economy that may generate new or enhanced competitors. These and other risks are discussed in greater detail in the Dais Analytic Corporation Private Placement Memorandum. Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 3
  4. 4. Objective Share the story of a global Clean-Tech opportunity • Nanotechnology focused on Energy and Water uses • ‘Moving Molecules v. Using Motors & Machines’ “Deep bench” of applications Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 4
  5. 5. The Product  Product’s technical Description: o“Nano-structured High Charge Density electrolyte” “Smart” Saran wrap  Scaled and Selling  Four key attributes o Selectivity: Discriminating o High Flux: Water loving o Hermetic: Solid o Cost: Applications sensitive Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 5
  6. 6. Product Applications Energy & Water Application Focus Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) “The Product” - Applications are created by: Waste Water o Varying the material’s Treatment & Water configuration Desalination o Content on each face of the membrane:  Gas Energy Storage (Ultracapacitor)  Liquid(s)  Combination Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 6
  7. 7. Opportunity Summary • Product: $30M & ten years commercializing the ‘smart plastic’ and its applications • World-wide markets : Growing demand topping billions of dollars • Business Model: (1.) Sell valued added products, (2.) License/Supply materials or value added products (3.) Spin-offs. • Potential: Ability to generate $5B+ in revenues within a decade. Heating, Ventilation, and Water Energy Air Conditioning (HVAC) Treatment & Storage $74 billion US market Desalination $2 trillion market ($189 billion international) $30 billion potential by 2020 market Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 7
  8. 8. Dais Analytic – The Company Industry • Tampa Bay area, started in ’99 Awards • Selling product • HVAC component • 4 prestigious industry awards • NEWS FLASH:  185% increase in Q2 ’09 revenues from Q2 ’08  $200M Genertec Agreement, others coming … • Strong and growing patent position Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 8
  9. 9. The Applications - (Commercial) - (Prototype) - (Prototype) - (Development) Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 9
  10. 10. “Solid State High Efficiency Fixed Plate Enthalpy Energy Recovery Ventilation” Market Value Proposition: A. Energy savings ranges from 5 – 58% B. Commercial Sales – ROI, Residential Sales – “Healthy Air” C. No moving parts, or cross air-flow contamination D. Pre-condition incoming air with energy found in the exhaust air E. Market: $400M US North American growing at 20% annually Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 10
  11. 11. The Next Generation of Refrigeration and Heating/Cooling Equipment Market Value Proposition: A. 50% plus less energy consumed and CO2 produced - ‘Split’ the management of water and heat content in the air B. No fluorocarbons are generated (no CFC/HFC are used; only water) C. $180B plus annual market Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 11
  12. 12. “A simple yet elegant process to clean salt or waste water into clean water” Market Value Proposition A. 25 – 75% less energy consumed B. 5 – 50% less expensive to build/operate C. Simple: Little or no fouling, Little to no ‘pre’ and ‘post’ water treatment Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 12
  13. 13. “A multifaceted, powerful, promising energy saving device” Market Value Proposition A. Projected 3X energy improvement than a Lithium Ion battery A. “Smart Grid”, and improve Wind and Solar renewable energy availability/efficiency C. 3 year development program: GE & Genertec see ‘it’ D. $2T – and growing – global market Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 13
  14. 14. Core Management Team Tim Tangredi, CEO. Strategy, P&L, execution, channel development, & licensing experience, AT&T, Raised $15M for Dais, Foreign joint venture and License experience, founder of Aegis Biosciences (bio-materials licensing), MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Scott Ehrenberg, CTO. IBM R&D, strong background in electrolytes & uses, nanostructure material design and fabrication, manufacturing line start-up and scale, supply chain procurement and management, co-founder Tessera Inc. holder of 15 US patents. BS – Physics from Penn State Bob Brown, VP of Marketing. 10 years as CEO of digital mapping company with revenues of $30M, and 500 people. 30- years experience selling to utilities, and industrial customers. International joint ventures, and technical business marketing distribution chain (procurement and sales) skills. • Judith C. Norstrud, CFO. Ms. Norstrud began her career at Fraser & Company, St. Petersburg, FL moving to PricwaterhouseCoopers, LLC, to Pender Newkirk, LP in Tampa in 1999, and in 2002 to current -Partner at Norco Accounting and Consulting, in Tampa. Skills include SEC filings, compliance laws/regulations, audits, internal control review, and due diligence for acquisition and mergers. Judy is a CPA holding a Masters in Accountancy (’92) and a Bachelor of Sciences – Accounting from the University of S. Florida (‘90). Judy is a member of AICPA – American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 14
  15. 15. Dais’s Board of Directors •Raymond J. Kazyaka, Sr., President/CEO – Wright Malta Corporation. Ray lead the acquisition of a GE spin-off business in 1980 with revenues reaching $55M at its peak . The Company and its shareholders voted to liquidate in 2004 (large property holdings of WM purchased by developer, aged management team, profitable) , Board member since 1998 •Walter J. Robb, PhD. Robb, former SVP and Director of GE Global Research Center in Niskayuna, has invested in 25 start-up companies since 1990. CEO of Vantage Management, Inc. a NY based consulting firm. Robb had a 42-year career at GE that led to the creation of GE’s Medical Imaging business. He invented a membrane that was a precursor to an improved artificial lung, and in September 1993, he received the National Medal of Technology from President Bill Clinton. An investor in Dais since 2005, and a Board member since December 2008. •Robert W. Schwartz, Managing Director, Schwartz , Heslin Group founded in 1985 and serves as one of its Managing Directors. Mr. Schwartz specializes in corporate planning, finance and development. Prior to SHG, he was a Chief Executive Officer of a high tech telecommunications company (Windsource, Inc.), Chief Operating Officer of an AMEX (Coradian Corporation), and he was also the Chief Financial Officer of Troy-Built (a major manufacturer of outdoor power equipment). •Tim Tangredi, Chairman – See “Management Team” page Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 15
  16. 16. Summary • Nanotechnology family of materials & processes - ‘Family’ of smart polymers - Proven in Commercial application - Different configurations address many applications/industries • Energy and water ‘centric’ applications focus having strong , world-wide appeal – Potential $5+ billion business in Year 10 – “Clean-Tech” with a financial upside • Resources – Market awareness, Capital, Leverage Relationships, Team additions … Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 16
  17. 17. Appendix Thank you! “I know not what the future holds, but I know who holds the future. (Anonymous)” Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 17
  18. 18. - Energy Recovery Wish to see a ConsERV system ‘in action’? • First beta sale (November 2002) • Florida Power and Light; Daytona Beach • Login information:   Login: fpl  Password: guest  Select 'ERV' on the left side of the screen • Real-time data • Look at ‘Ton’s Saved’ • Basis for the FP&L Rebate program Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 18
  19. 19. Moisture Transfer Membrane Nano-scale membrane • Organized into “domains” 5 – 20 nm across • Does not allow oxygen, nitrogen, etc. to cross • Charge structure absorbs and transfers individual water molecules • Driven by difference in vapor pressure of water Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 19
  20. 20. ConsERV- Showcase Installations Daytona Beach Campagana Homes, Tampa, Community College Florida • Daytona Beach, FL • 6,600 sq/ft custom home • 6000 ft3/min indoor unit • 300 cfm unit Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 20
  21. 21. - Energy Recovery ConsERV v. Enthalpy Wheels & Other Fixed Plate ERVs ConsERV Other Fixed Plate and Wheel ERVs Anti-microbial polymer membrane with nanotech Fixed plate = dessicant coated paper Technology   transmission of water molecules Wheel = rotating, dessicant coated honeycomb  AHRI 1060 certified effectiveness  AHRI 1060 certified effectiveness Core 69% sensible effectiveness, 60% latent, 65% total  Fixed Plate = 70% sensible, 38% latent, 48% total Performance  (sensible = temperature, latent = moisture)  Wheel = 68% sensible, 60% latent, 64% total No airstream communication/leakage and no moving Air stream communication/leakage ranges from 2%   parts allows a wider range of applications to 12% Enhanced reliability = safely reduce CAPEX costs for Will not run if motor, belt or bearings fail =   HVAC equipment up to 35% engineers will not downsize HVAC equipment Benefits No condensate - no need for drain line, no clogging, Other fixed plate products are paper based (mold,   mold, etc. fungus, structural collapse) Fixed Plate form factor with high performance allows Wheels require larger maintenance area, more   for wider qualification for utility rebate programs frequent repairs to moving parts  Parasitic energy to spin wheel = reduced savings  Aluminum and painted or galvanized steel units  Painted or galvanized steel Box Flexibility Configurations up 50,000 cfm (cubic feet per minute Fixed plates up to 6,000 cfm   of airflow) Wheels up to 100,000 cfm  10 year core warranty  5 year warranty for wheels standard Maintenance  Vacuum twice a year if needed  Need regular maintenance on moving parts System Price  $1.90 - $5.25 (5,000 CFM)/0 - 7 yr payback  $1.30 - 6.25 (5,000 CFM)/0 - 7 yr payback Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 21
  22. 22. NanoAir v. Conventional HVAC Systems Confidential - Not for Disclosure NanoAir Conventional HVAC Evaporative cooling raises efficiency Mature technology, improvements are expensive 28 EER peak, 20-24 ave as a Energy   Highest AHRI certified EER = 15.0, Ave 12-13 stand-alone unit Usage 48 EER in 100% outside air unit 13.5 EER for core/wheel hybrid 100% OA unit   w/ConsERV (SEMCO REV-6000 tested at Oak Ridge NL) Displace traditional HVAC, establish Reached efficiency plateau in a variety of systems Current systems cool OA to 55 F, reheat to space-  Ultra-efficient 100% OA system  neutral 72 F, and cool again to 55F Chilled water dehumidifier External condensation with drains not practical in  partners well with high efficiency  preferred ceiling installations Application radiant cooling systems  Stand-alone dehumidifier  Current dehumidifiers increase sensible heat load Evaporative cooling tower with Exposed water limits cooling towers to large systems  low maintenance, increased safety  Missing maintenance causes health risk = use in small systems (Legionaire's Disease, mold growth)  Stand-alone chiller More sophisticated control is Sophisticated controls are needed just to compensate for Decoupled temperature &   Stop cooling and you stop dehumidifying humidity control Control More efficient part-load operation Fixed-speed compressors dump heat to reduce  (raise air temperature instead of  capacity instead of slowing down cycling off) No HCFC or HFC fluids needed Transitioning from HCFC to HFC fluids  Water is the working fluid  Global Warming Potential = 1300 to 1900 times CO 2 Refrigerant Inexpensive, low pressure plastic Copper tubing needed to withstand pressure   tubing and limit refrigerant leakage 5 Ton System  $2,300 - 24 EER  $2550 (Average: Trane, Carrier, & Rheem - 15 EER) MFG Cost Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 22
  23. 23. NanoClear v. Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment/Clean-Up NanoClear Reverse Osmossis 3 Distinct Low Pressure Membrane Processes Single High Pressure Membrane Process  Multi-Staged Vapor Compression  Multi-stage Process  Parallel Stage Direct Impingement [1] Solar Pond  [2] By Process (Independent of plant size) RO (Dependant on Plant Size) 3 Electrical  Vapor Comp 3.0-4.0 kWh/m  2.5 to 3 kWh/m 3 @ >104 m 3 per day Usage  Direct Impingement .1 to .3 kWh/m 3  Solar Pond: .1 to .3 kWh/m 3 Simple 20 um particle pre-filtration Complex Multi-Stage Pre-filtration/treatment  No regeneration required  Regen timing dependant on water quality Lifetime dependant on water quality - 2 Membrane Characteristics  No fouling or scaling  yrs  No chemicals required  Chemicals required to protect membrane  Extremely long lifttime - unknown limit Water Quality Independent Water Quality Dependant  Vapor Compression ~75%  45-65% Capture Percentage  Direct Impingement = ~75%  Solar Pond >95% Low Pressure Plastic Piping High Pressure Stainless Steel  Vapor Comp - Serially Staged Trains  Serially staged trains Plant Construction  Direct Impingement - Parallel Multi-Pass  Batch Processing Cost  $.25 to $.33 (projected) M3, desalination  $.50 to $1 (actual) M3 - desalination [1] Can be powered by ocean thermocline or geothermal strata temperature differences [2] Vapor Capture closed heat cycle Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 23
  24. 24. Ultracapacitor NanoCap v. EDLC Capacitors & Lithium Batteries Confidential - Not for Disclosure NanoCap EDLC Lithium Ion Redox battery/ Electrostatic Electrochemical electrostatic capacitor capacitor ion-exchange battery 397 @ 48 V Wh/kg 4 to 8 150 3800 @ 150 V Energy Metrics >1500 continuous >1500 continuous 200-400 continuous W/kg 8000 pulse 8000 pulse 3500 pulse 715 @ 48 V Wh/L 15 400 7000 @ 150 V Cell Voltage 48 to 500 3 4.2 I2R losses, I2R losses, Heat I2R losses ion transport losses electrolyte polarization ESR 70- 100 mW 65 mW 11 mW Parameters Self-Discharge 2% per month 50% per month 2% per month Cycles 10,000 to 100,000 1,000,000 3,000 Temp Range -40 to +85 C -40 to +65 C -30 to +60 C Charge Cycle .90 to .95 .80 to .90 .70 to .85 Efficiency Prismatic, Spiral wound, Spiral or prismatic, Cell Type in parallel in series in series Packaging Cell Size 10 x 10 x .0025 cm 17 x 8 cm 14 x 7 cm Cell Volume 1 L ~ 800 cells 1.7 L ~ 144 cells 1.4 L ~ 170 Cells Cost $/Wh $70 - $91 (low - high) $180 - $410 $150 - $300 (GM) Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 24
  25. 25. Dais Analytic Corporation 11552 Prosperous Drive Odessa, FL 33556 727-375-8484 Dais Analytic Confidential & Proprietary Information Page 25