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Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) May 14, 2014

The Inhalater vaporizer, a product of the Montreal-based company Pharmacor, is a portable herbal vaporizer or “vape pen” that allows people to easily and safely inhale herbal vapors without the dangerous combustion involved that causes smoking to be harmful to one’s health.

In addition, the Inhalater technology, which has been on the market for the past two years, produces better tasting vapors due to its dual conduction convection technology.

The creators of the Inhalater are seeking funding through the Indiegogo crowdfunding website http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/inhalater-inh05-portable-herbal-vaporizer.

Under development for the last six years and on the market for two, the Inhalater is now on its third generation, called the INH05. The previous two generations were the INH04 and INHXP. The Inhalater is unique in its ability to produce greater tasting vapors due to its dual conduction convection technology.

Vaporization is the act of heating until compounds boil and turn into vapors. In the vaporization process, molecules of a compound become gaseous but do not change composition. Some plants contain medicine which can be vaporized. The patented vaporization chamber of the Inhalater permits quick and uniform heating of the substrate placed into it. These vapors can be absorbed for their medicinal properties.

Pharmacor is pursuing all avenues of funding in order to supply their constant demand, with an objective to produce 20,000 units for the next year. The campaign, which will run through May 4, will allow patrons to purchase the Inhalator vape pen system at a lower price in addition to enjoying other perks.

Support levels range from the basic $ 170 “Barebone edition,” $ 80 off the market retail price and exclusive for the Indiegogo campaign, all the way up to the “Ultimate box set edition,” which comes with an assortment of inhalater accessories.

An additional top-level option is available to anyone willing to contribute $ 3,200 USD in exchange for the Inhalater Corporate kit, which comes with 25 standard box sets of Inhalater INH05 of the colors of the sponsor’s choice.

All Inhalater perks will be shipped to sponsors by the end of June. Pharmacor includes a 2-year warranty on all INH05 purchases.

“It is with great pleasure that we are unveiling the result of our research and customer feedback in the form of our latest product, the Inhalater INH05, available in several colors,” said Greg Boki, creator of Inhalator Vaporizers. “The Inhalater device allows anyone to enjoy the medicating qualities of herbs like marijuana without the dangers of combustion. Folks are already funding our Indiegogo campaign because they recognize the transformative power of a product like the Inhalater.”

In addition to crowdfunding through Indiegogo, Pharmacor is actively seeking potential distributors of their products.

Website: http://www.inhalater.com

Crowdfunding: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/inhalater-inh05-portable-herbal-vaporizer

Twitter: twitter.com/inhalatervape

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Inhalater





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According to a new NanoMarkets report, the total market for building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is expected to grow from $ 2.4 billion this year to nearly $ 6 billion by 2017 and nearly $ 23 billion by 2021. Details of the report titled, “BIPV Markets Analysis and Forecasts 2014-2021” including a downloadable excerpt are available at: http://nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/bipv-markets-analysis-and-forecasts-2014-2021

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This report provides coverage of the markets for all the materials listed above with granular eight-year forecasts in both megawatt (MW) and dollar terms for BIPV products, with breakouts by end user, type of product, and type of PV technology. The report also provides in-depth analysis of the all the leading firms involved in the BIPV space.

Companies discussed in this report include Acomet Solar, AGC Glass, ArcelorMittal, Avancis, Belectric, CertainTeed, Derbigum, Deutsche Amphibolin-Werke (DAW), Dow Solar, Dyesol, Exeger, Flexcell, Folienwerk Wolfen, G24, G2e, H+S Solar, Hanergy, Heliatek, HyET Solar, Manz, Meyer Burger, Onyx Solar, Oxford Photovoltaics, Pilkington, PolySolar, Rofin-Baasel Lasertech, SABIC, Sekisiu Heim, Smartenergy Renewables, Solar Frontier, Solon Solitaire, Soluxtec, Skyco Shadings, Solaronix, and SwissInso.

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Standardization will help reduce the complexity (and thus costs) of BIPV installations; this already has made headway into products such as roof tiles and shingles in UK.

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InfoDesk has introduced premium infographics, a new way for clients to analyze and visualize the emerging news and business trends. Download complimentary sample infographic.

Information graphics or infographics are visual representations of information, data or knowledge that present complex information quickly and clearly. Infographics make it easier for people to see and understand patterns and trends that may not be otherwise readily apparent.

“A picture, or in this case, an infographic is worth a thousand words,” said Sterling Stites, InfoDesk CEO. “Particularly, when it comes to identifying and communicating emerging news and business trends for decision makers.” Infographics, he added, allow stakeholders to identify these trends, “often long before competitors and even the press.”

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On April 16, The New York Times published a breaking news alert and article about the alarming rise in e-cigarette usage by U.S. teens. The alert was based on newly published federal data that found that e-cigarettes may actually increase tobacco consumption. According to the alert, the numbers came as a surprise and seemed to pitch policy makers into uncharted territory.

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