Plasma Treatment System processes flexible PCB materials.

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Addressing need for processing of flex materials such as polyimide, LCP, and others, Model FP64 System is used for surface activation of coverlay material in flex panels to promote adhesion and prevent delamination. It is capable of running up to sixteen 18 x 24 in. panels per run for throughput performance of 64 panels/hr. All major components required for system operation such as vacuum pump are built into system to minimize required floor space.

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March Plasma Systems to Exhibit New Product at JPCA Tokyo, Japan May 30 -June 1, 2007

CONCORD, Calif., May 18 - March Plasma Systems, a subsidiary of Nordson Corporation (NASDAQ:NDSN) announced today that it will be exhibiting a new product at this year's JPCA trade show, located at the Tokyo Big Sight in Tokyo, Japan from Wednesday May 30 through Friday June 1. March will be co-exhibiting with March's Japan sales and service representative, Nippo Electronics in booth number 5A-16.

"March participates in all key industry trade shows world-wide. We want to give our customers the chance to see our newest products in person, understand our leading-edge technology, and interact with our plasma experts and scientists," said Frank Huysmans, Vice President of Sales at March Plasma Systems.

March will be showing a new plasma system at this year's show: The FP64 System, which is a high-throughput plasma treatment system for processing Flexible Printed Circuit Board Materials. The FP64 is designed to address the growing need for processing of Flex Materials such as Polyimide, LCP and others. The FP64 is used for surface activation of the coverlay material in Flex Panels to promote adhesion and prevent delamination.

The FP64 system is capable of running up to sixteen 18" x 24" panels per run for a remarkable throughput performance of 64 panels per hour. The FP64 offer superior efficiency with an "all in system" design. All of the major components required for system operation such as the vacuum pump are built into the system to minimize required floor space.

March Plasma Systems cordially invites you to visit us at the Nippo Electronics booth during the JPCA show to discuss how our advanced plasma processing can improve your production yield, reduce defects, and increase reliability.

About March Plasma Systems:

March Plasma Systems is the global leader in plasma processing technology for the PCB, semiconductor, and microelectronics industries. March has offices and applications laboratories worldwide, including California, Florida, Europe, Singapore, China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. With over 20 years of continuous innovation, March designs and manufactures a complete line of award-winning and patented plasma processing systems. An expert staff of scientists and engineers is available to assist in the development of plasma processes that improve both product reliability and increase production yields.

March Plasma Systems, Inc. (International Headquarters)
Dr. James Getty
2470-A Bates Avenue
Concord, CA USA 94520
TEL: 925.827.1240

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