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Sales of Flexpoint Sensors Increases Substantially in January
Date:1/25/2013

DRAPER, Utah, Jan. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Flexpoint Sensor Systems, Inc. (OTCBB:FLXT) today announced that it has received a number of repeat orders from long-term clients, and attracted business from new clients in January.

Flexpoint received an order for 100 complete systems including control panels, monitors and 400 sensors which will be used in Interteks' Protek Passenger Awareness System for ambulances.  This is the largest order to date from Intertek and represents a continuing relationship between the two companies.  Intertek and its innovative product were recently featured in Business World magazine, and the company is preparing for a breakthrough year in 2013.

Additional orders from Flexpoint's long-term clients have also come in over this past month, coinciding with a host of strengthening economic indicators.

Flexpoint continues to work with universities in their research and development of new products and recently received a first-time order from Virginia Tech University for bidirectional sensors. 

Significant progress continues on PPT's bus tracking system and on the development of the previously announced colonoscope. Several key milestones have been reached for Flexpoint's largest projects, which the company expects to be able to disclose in more detail soon.

"We have been gratified to see orders come in from our valued clients, and from exciting new institutions and companies," said Flexpoint CEO Clark Mower . "We have had a strong January in terms of orders and made progress on a number of different projects. With early sales trending upward, I am optimistic about the progress being made on these and other Flexpoint projects.  The Company continues to diligently work toward completion of large automotive and nonautomotive projects an
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