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DG-T2 Digital Electronic Speed Regulator in 2012, Sales Revenue of USD31 Million

WEIFANG, China, April 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — With China constantly increasing its investment in agriculture and power supply becoming more of an issue with each passing day, Xinde Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (OTCBB: WTFS) independently developed the DG-T2 digital electronic speed regulator, which realizes closed-loop control of the engine speed according to the different service requirements of diesel engines. This system characterizes a flexible control method, higher precision and response ability, and a number of powerful functions. This product is characterized by: (1) product performance. Due to its low regulating ratio, the product can realize automatic transfer and be remotely controlled to the satisfaction of higher user’s requirements; (2) advantage in price. The unit price of a electronic regulator with similar specifications sells for about RMB2,000/set. Our product is an assembly of electronic speed-regulating injection pump equipped with DG-T2 digital electronic speed regulators which sells for RMB1,500-2,000/set only; (3) easy to install and use; and (4) significant regional advantage. Weifang is an important diesel generator production base in China, where about 20 diesel engine manufacturers are situated. It is estimated that the production volume of diesel generators will reach 1,000,000 sets in 2012. 100,000 sets of DG-T2 digital electronic speed regulators that have been independently developed by us have been locally ordered and will realize sales revenue of USD31 million. Moreover, the market demand is far greater than our production capacity. In addition, our auxiliary products have also been used by some major engine enterprises listed in China, such as Weichai Power, Emei Engine and Jianghuai Engine.

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Dianjun Liu
President and CEO
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