RST Introduces Demron™-W Bomb Shield For Nuclear/Ballistic Protection

Miami-based Radiation Shield Technologies (RST) reports its Demron™-W High Energy Nuclear/Ballistic
IED RDD RED Shield offers complete protection against ballistics, improvised explosive devices
(IEDs), radiological dispersive devices (RDDs), radiological emission devices (REDs), fragmentation
bombs and nuclear spills.

“RST’s new Demron-W Nuclear/Ballistic Shield is the only device that enables our first
responders and military to combat all threats faced today, including traditional ballistics and
bombs as well as IEDs, RDDs, REDs and the ever-increasing nuclear and radiological threats,
roadside bombs that are triggered by cell phones,” said Dr. Ronald F. DeMeo, president, RST. “No
other ballistic blanket currently provides significant protection against nuclear or radiological
threats. Demron Shield provides unsurpassed nuclear suppression and outperforms all current
soft-body armor in anti-frangment and ballistic protection.”

Demron comprises a radiopaque nanopolymeric compound fused between layers of fabric and is
offered in two product lines including Demron-W into full-body suits, vests and blankets for
first-responder and military applications; and Demron-M X-ray vests, aprons and other products for
medical applications
(See ”
Fabric Of The Month: Shielded By Fabric

,” www., March 20, 2009)
. Its effectiveness in blocking gamma rays,
X-rays and nuclear emissions has been proven by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Georgia
Institute of Technology and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Demron-W
fabrics are flame- and acid-resistant and have received National Fire Protection Association Class
2 Certification for the 1994-2007 Standard on Protective Ensembles for First Responders to CBRN
(chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear) Terrorism Incidents. In tests conducted by H.P.
White Laboratory Inc., the Demron-W Nuclear/Ballistic Shield also has been proven to provide
National Institute of Justice Level IIIA ballistic protection and unmatched protection against

June 2, 2009