Harleysville, PA.- Met-Pro Corporation (NYSE:MPR) announced today that the Company's Environmental Air Solutions business unit has received an order in excess of $500,000 to supply a Duall brand air pollution control system to a global electronics manufacturer. This order is expected to ship in the first quarter of the Company's next fiscal year, which begins February 1, 2013.
The system, which consists of several chemical scrubbers, thermoplastic ducting, and exhaust fans, is designed to remove acid mists and fumes generated during the anodizing of electrical components. The chemical scrubbers utilize Fybroc® brand recirculation pumps from the Company's Global Pump Solutions business unit. The equipment will be manufactured at the Environmental Air Solutions facility in Owosso, Michigan.
"This order demonstrates Environmental Air Solutions' unique ability to combine the required engineering, project management, and manufacturing resources needed to provide customers with a single source, total solution to their air emissions challenges," said Raymond J. De Hont, Met-Pro's Chief Executive Officer and President. "It reinforces our Duall brand's reputation as a leader in this field and gives us continued optimism for future orders of this type."
Met-Pro Corporation, with headquarters at 160 Cassell Road, Harleysville, Pennsylvania, is a leading niche-oriented global provider of product recovery, pollution control, fluid handling and filtration solutions. The Company's diverse and synergistic solutions and products address the world's growing need for clean air and water, reduced energy consumption and improved operating efficiencies. Through its global sales organization, internationally recognized brands, and operations in North America, South America, Europe and The People's Republic of China, Met-Pro's solutions, products and systems are sold to a well-diversified cross-section of customers and markets around the world. For more information, please visit www.metpro.com.
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