Mitchell Saranow, Chairman of SureTint Systems, LLC, announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office approved issuance of a patent covering important features of SureTint’s new hair color software formulation system.
“All of the claims we submitted were approved. Since this is the first of [five] patent applications we filed, it bodes well that we will successfully obtain the broad patent protection we seek. In field trials, the SureTint System has significantly reduced the consumption of hair colorant materials by 30 percent or more, producing significant savings. Given the system’s moderate price, it will pay for itself in nine months, or less depending on volumes,” commented Saranow.
SureTint Systems, LLC was organized in 2008 to commercialize a series of inventions in the field of hair color formulation. The new SureTint hair color system is a substantial improvement over the current methods used in professional salons.
The system was developed by the same team that built the largest, most successful company serving more than 60% of color formulation needs for paint and ink applications worldwide. Three years ago, this team began applying its extensive color formulation expertise to the challenges of the hair color category within the professional salon industry.
For more information on SureTint, please visit www.suretint.com or call 847-509-3625 today
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