Agentix Corp   (FWDR)
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 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 40
 Employees 2
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Agentix Corp

FairWind Energy was incorporated on April 18, 2013. Through its proprietary use of materials and manufacturing technique, FairWind Energy is developing power sources drawing from renewable energy supply. We also use our trade secrets and composite industry know-how to cross-market products into the oil & gas extraction industry. Providing a reliable power source based on renewable energies required us to address shortcomings of existing technologies ranging from availability of supply (e.g., solar power at night) to quality of componentry available (blades, stanchions, magnets). The hybridization of power sources (solar and wind) and manufacturing with next generation composite materials is our solution. Our fiscal year end is August 31, and we have no subsidiaries. Our business offices are currently located at 32932 Pacific Coast Highway, #14-254, Dana Point, California 92629.

Through proprietary use of materials and manufacturing technique, FairWind Energy is developing power sources drawing from renewable energy supply. We also use trade secrets and composite industry know-how to cross-market products into the oil & gas extraction industry.

We are a development stage corporation and have not yet generated or realized any revenues from our business. We are involved in the design, engineering and manufacturing of composite products. The initial thrust of our business will be to supply products to the oil and gas industry. These products will include upstream production products such as sucker rods, fracking plugs, casings and other products where high temperature resistance, chemical resistance and a low weight to strength ratio products offer advantages to traditional materials (e.g., steel). If we are able to supply products to the oil and gas industry, then we plan to continue the development and sales of wind and solar hybrid energy systems. These systems also benefit from the use of higher performance materials (composites) and we will intend to incorporate them in product design and development.

Providing a reliable power source based on renewable energies required us to address shortcomings of existing technologies ranging from availability of supply (i.e., solar at night) to quality of componentry available (blades, stanchions, magnets). The hybridization of power sources (solar and wind) and manufacturing with next generation composite materials was the obvious solution.

From years of experience in the composite industry, our principals have refined the use of toughened resin systems ideal for the manufacture of structural and exposed components. An example would be the turbine blade. A leading cause of failure in wind turbines is the damage caused to the blades (even atop 100 meter towers) from blowing debris and rocks. We use toughened resin systems and reinforcements to eliminate this problem. The stanchion that supports the turbine and solar panels is typically galvanized steel. Again, using composites materials, our composite pole is stronger, lighter and non-conductive. Equally important, the composite needs no galvanization to protect against corrosion, eliminating hazardous waste products spent to the land, water and air.

A by-product of the use of toughened high-strength composites was the development of high-tensile products for infrastructure. Our composite products can prove good alternatives to steel and lower strength fiberglass/resin parts used in down-well drilling and pumping. An investment in superior materials and manufacturing technology allows for cross-marketing of these energy related products and from a business strategy perspective provides some security against fluctuating markets or reliance on single product lines.

The importance of the use of high quality material in the construction of composite parts cannot be overstated. Of equal importance (with respect to wind power) is the quality and design of the generator itself. Currently China supplies 95% of rare earth magnets – the key component of turbine generators. We have already established relationships and have tested generator prototypes of high quality from China. We are positioned to benefit from superior supply lines of essential materials almost exclusively available offshore. This supply challenge is now a Company asset.

We are an early stage company developing composite products for use in industries that require higher material properties than might be had from typical composite parts. Additionally, we are designing a small scale hybrid power source for low energy use.

In a priority project, we are currently near developmental completion of a high strength, high Tg (high temperature use) composite designed and intended to be used in the oil & gas industry. Intended for use in the exploration and production sector, we have manufactured nearly 5,000 feet of “sucker rod” used to be use in connection with the extraction of oil and gas from underground. The employed design uses proprietary resin systems that exceed typical temperature use limits of competing thermosetting systems. Additionally, utilizing higher tensile strength reinforcements, our parts can achieve higher operating loads, allowing for superior performance. New designs for mechanical joints in the rod string have also been completed. Significant testing has been completed on the final design (and will be continuing). We believe that the testing marks we have achieved to date are a result of the high performance materials and architecture of the product.

Our intended business operations will be to make use of our proprietary resin systems and unique composite architecture and apply that to other areas. With proof of concept via physical and field trial testing in hand, we will proceed to apply the proven benefits (see above) in other infrastructure projects. Two examples that are currently in the examination stage, include pultruded power poles suitable for supporting high voltage electrical transmission lines. Another early stage endeavor is second generation composite strength members for cable and conductor. As a replacement to more typical construction materials(e.g., steel, aluminum, concrete and even lower performing FRP) – we believe that our composite parts mix the benefits of strength, weight, corrosion resistance, non-conductivity and high temperature operation.

Another project in current development is a hybrid power generating system, incorporating both solar and wind power. Initially, we have purchased wind turbines and are in the process of combining them with solar panels. The first planned demonstration project will be to power street/parking lot lighting. The potential to independently operate off battery stored power, or to back-feed into the grid is possible. After vetting the POC prototypes, we intend to combine already-established supply chain lines for componentry with in-house manufactured composite elements (e.g., see power poles above). This hybrid power project gives us some business diversity, as well as a secondary market for our composite metrics.

A streamlined operation will initially support R&D and final development of both product lines (hybrid solar/wind power generation products & oil and gas pumping products and tooling). It is anticipated a facility of less than 10,000 SF for initial years’ development, production and assembly will adequately suffice. Composite blade prototyping and production and then assembly with imported generators and solar panels would occupy approximately 4,000 SF of space. The method of manufacturing high strength lineal strength members (sucker rods and down-well tubes) is referred to as “pultrusion”. This automated continuous process requires relatively little manpower, produces little waste and is considered the most efficient process in composite manufacturing. The initial machinery requirement would occupy a similar 4,000 SF. Within 2 years and upon completion of prototyping and early sales of both product lines, it will be our goal to expand domestically, as well as to consider foreign markets and lower cost manufacturing sites.

   Company Address: 32932 Pacific Coast Highway Dana Point 92629 CA
   Company Phone Number: 299-2041   Stock Exchange / Ticker: FWDR


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Agentix Corp Stuns Analysts with Alarming Operating Shortfall in Q3 2024: Uncertain Future Looms

The recent financial results of the Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals industry consultants have raised eyebrows and sparked curiosity among analysts and investors. The third quarter of 2024 earnings revealed an operating shortfall of $-0.015846 million, a concerning figure that indicates a possible struggle in managing day-to-day operations within the company.
What is particularly fascinating is that, despite not disclosing any top-line figures for the reporting period of October to December 31, 2023, the company managed to achieve a net earnings of $0.006 million in the third quarter of 2024. This unexpected turn of events has left many wondering how this will impact the company going forward.

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Article Title: FWDR Announces Second Quarter 2024 Performance, Exhibiting Growth Potential in Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals Sector

In the fast-paced world of Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals, where industry leaders often dominate the headlines, it is crucial to keep an eye on lesser-known businesses that may harbor potential for growth and success. One such company, FWDR, recently announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2024, providing some encouraging news and offering investors assurance about its future prospects.
Operating Shortfall Improvement:
FWDR disclosed an operating shortfall of $-0.353155 million for Q2 2024. Although it cannot be considered a significant financial achievement on its own, the fact that it represents an improvement compared to the same period in the previous year is noteworthy. In Q2 2023, FWDR had reported a larger operating shortfall of $-0.42433 million. This improvement indicates the company's commitment to enhancing its financial performance and marks a step in the right direction.

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Agentix Corp: Shaking Up Revenue Generation, Disappointing Q2 Results for Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Company

Date: July 2, 2023
As the financial reporting season for the period between April to June 2023 draws to a close, shareholders of FWDR have been disappointed to find no improvements in revenue growth. However, attention has shifted towards the company's operating shortfall, which has shown a concerning trend during this period. Analysts are eagerly waiting for signs of revenue generation from Agentix Corp, prompting the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to explore various business models in order to establish consistent revenue sources.
The operating shortfall for FWDR during April to June 2023 was recorded at $-0.401135 million, a substantial increase from the preceding quarter's $-0.164654 million. This steep decline is certainly a cause for concern, as it indicates that the company's financial performance did not meet market expectations.

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Agentix Corp Showcases Significant Improvement in Q4 2023, Narrowing Operating Deficit to $-2.017349 Million

Agentix Corp, a Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber company, recently reported an operating deficit of $-0.429134 million during the period of January to March 31, 2023. This unexpected outcome has left investors puzzled, as they did not anticipate any changes at the company during this reporting cycle.
Comparing the current operating deficit to the same period a year ago, it is clear that the present course of action on the operational front has overshadowed the company's performance in the comparable span. This signifies a significant development period for Agentix Corp.



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