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Equitech International manufactures robust process analyzers that measure and control color and chemical applications. Equitech’s rugged and compact UV-vis spectrophotometer complements a wide variety of fiber optic probes to allow a practical measurement solution (in process and real-time) for many manufacturing processes. With unique and exclusive contact measurement solutions, Equitech can measure a variety of liquid, slurry, powder and gas applications.

The spectrophotometer design uses a dual-beam technology that delivers lab instrument quality for use directly in industrial processes. Applications include polymer compounding; paint and ink mixing and milling; chemical consistency, concentration and contamination analysis; film thickness, and much more.

This measurement allows for early detection of off-spec product, aiding correction and enhancing process control — thus reducing scrap, saving energy and lowering material cost. Enhanced quality control ensures our customer’s customer receives the right product every time.

When you make the product right the first time, you reduce production costs and you send good product out the door.

The industry leader in inline
color management systems.

  • Successful measurements that Equitech is currently providing to valued customers

    Augusta, GA
    October 10, 2015

    Turning our customers’ manufacturing lines into Smart Machines is Equitech’s vision. We believe that we offer a unique value proposition that can impact multiple production operations enhancing quality control, helping with waste reduction and energy savings.  The potential for labor savings and information sharing augmenting existing lab operations may provide added benefits.

    We not only provide color measurements, but also have many applications where we are monitoring yellowness, turbidity, and chemical concentrations. Cases of successful measurements are listed below.

    • Extrusion of PVC, vinyl siding and profiles.
    • Engineering plastics like FEP, PEEK, polysulfones and polycarbonate.
    • Recycled materials such as PET, PS, PE, and PP.
    • Polyester and polyamide fiber manufacturing.
    • Resin production – DDDA, PTA, MCB, HCN
    • Decorative paint – wet measurement of color
    • Chemical products or intermediates measured in the pipeline, by-pass, or reaction chamber.

    In a number of cases the optical appearance varies when there is a change or unwanted deviation in the manufacturing process. Examples include yellowing and turbidity, which often show up when optimal production is not reached.

    For more information about our capabilities, please call our office at (706) 364-6060.


    (the “Corporation”)



    A. The Directors have determined that the Corporation’s operations require additional capital in order for the Corporation to meet its obligations and in order for the Corporation to continue in its business and to pursue opportunities available to the Corporation;

     B. Because of the Corporation’s current financial status and the uncertainty that may exist in respect of the Corporation’s Shareholders, the Corporation is unable to obtain conventional financing and the Directors have determined that a form of cash call upon the Shareholders is in the best interests of the Corporation;

    C. Registered shareholders have a personal interest in any cash call or share issuance to the existing Shareholders of the Corporation by virtue of being shareholders, directors and officers of Shareholders of the Corporation and by receipt of this resolution have received notice of their material interest in these proceedings to the Corporation and to the satisfaction of the Board of Directors.



    1. The Corporation issue a share offering to the existing Shareholders of the Corporation at such price and on such terms as the Board of the Corporation may determine pursuant to that offering proposed by the cover letter and Private Placement Memorandum to shareholders of the Corporation as attached hereto and marked as Schedule “A”.

    2. The President of the Corporation be and is hereby authorized to sign and execute such documents and certificates as may be necessary or desirable on behalf of the Corporation to issue shares for cash or payment of indebtedness as the Board may deem appropriate for the Corporation and the President’s signature on any such document, certificate or otherwise shall be deemed to be conclusive proof of the Corporation’s acceptance and adoption of the same as a true and binding document and obligation of the Corporation, and the President be and is hereby authorized to execute such deeds, documents and certificates as may be necessary in order to give effect to these resolutions.

    3. The Corporation request approve of a one for ten (1x10) stock split reducing the issued and outstanding shares of the corporation to enable the Corporation to secure added equity capital as needed to support future operations. Reverse split description provided in attached Schedule “B”.


    DATED at Bonita Springs, Florida this 1st day of March, 2016.

    The undersigned being all of the directors of the Corporation, hereby adopt the foregoing resolutions pursuant to the provisions of the Articles of Incorporation on file with the State of Nevada.


    Ronald Floyd, Director


    Donald Skelton, Director