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SHEARSON LEHMAN BROTHERS CONFIRMS HELIONETICS TEST RESULTS

 SHEARSON LEHMAN BROTHERS CONFIRMS HELIONETICS TEST RESULTS
 IRVINE, Calif., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Helionetics Inc. (AMEX: ZAP) announced that it successfully passed its initial field tests for its newest product the AIM Filter. The test was conducted at the Shearson Lehman Brothers test facility in New York in order to verify first hand the claims that Helionetics is making for its AIM Filter. These tests were performed under the supervision of Raymond Dixson & Associates Inc. of Mission Viejo, Calif.
 Helionetics claims the AIM Filter will reduce high levels of harmonic currents in commercial and industrial structures to normal levels, thereby reducing or eliminating the possibility of electrical fires caused by overheated power cables, conductors and transformers. In doing this, the AIM Filter increases the quality of the power, allowing correct and more efficient operation of electrical devices, e.g., computers, monitors, printers, medical equipment, etc. A further benefit of the AIM Filter is that by reducing the non-usable harmonic currents, the facility can add additional electrical and electronic devices, increasing the utilization factor of the electrical system.
 Thousands of commercial and industrial facilities, and especially multi-storied buildings having hundreds and even thousands of computers and associated equipment, suffer from high levels of harmonic current. This condition exists on a worldwide basis and most of these buildings have what the power industry calls "smoking neutrals."
 Evidence already exists that these overheated neutral wires can reach temperatures that can cause fires. Indeed, many questionable high-rise structure fires have been attributed to the "smoking neutral" phenomena. The Helionetics AIM Filter presently is the only easy-to-install, relatively inexpensive solution to "high-rise burnout."
 Personnel from JWP Forest Electric (NYSE: JWP) were at the initial AIM tests at the Shearson Lehman facility on Dec. 5, 1991. JWP has signed an exclusive agreement with Helionetics for distribution and installation of the AIM Filter in the New England and Mid-Atlantic States. Raymond Dixson & Associates is a well known engineering firm that specializes in solving electrical power problems, such as excessive harmonics, in critical facilities world-wide.
 The AIM Filter will be manufactured by Helionetics in their Irvine facility. Several models will be available at various power levels, in both single and three-phase configurations, allowing the customer to purchase a unit, or units, that solve specific installation requirements.
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 /CONTACT: Stan Boyle of Helionetics, 714-261-8313/
 (ZAP JWP) CO: Helionetics Inc. ST: California IN: CPR SU:


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