Shower System features modular components.

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Genesis(TM) modular shower system is comprised of base module with single tube shower pipe and spray nozzles, which can be upgraded with internal stainless steel brushes, oscillation, and second (outer) tube, as application needs change. System features slide bearing design with alignment keys, split polyethylene bushing, and shower pipe rotation to optimize nozzle spray angle. Using EMO III or Genesis oscillators, system can be upgraded to oscillating shower system.



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Kadant Introduces New Modular Shower System



QUEENSBURY, New York, August 28, 2009 - Kadant AES, a division of Kadant Inc. (NYSE:KAI), has extended its line of cleaning and conditioning products with the introduction of its Genesis(TM) modular shower system. The new shower system offers cost-effective modular components that can be added to the single-tube shower system as application needs change. The base module includes a single tube shower pipe and spray nozzles, and can be upgraded with internal stainless steel brushes, oscillation, and a second (outer) tube for optimal performance.

The Genesis modular shower system also features a slide bearing design with alignment keys, split polyethylene bushing, and shower pipe rotation to optimize nozzle spray angle. The stationary shower systems are upgradeable to oscillating shower systems using the EMO III or Genesis oscillators available from Kadant AES.

Kadant AES, based in Queensbury, New York, is a leading provider of products and technologies primarily focused on forming equipment applied to the wet end of the paper machine, the cleaning of forming, press, and dryer fabrics, and filtration of process water throughout the papermaking process.

Kadant Inc. is a leading supplier to the global pulp and paper industry, with a range of products and services for improving efficiency and quality in pulp and paper production, including paper machine accessories and systems for stock preparation, fluid handling, and water management. Our fluid-handling products are also used to optimize production in the steel, rubber, plastics, food, and textile industries. In addition, we produce granules from papermaking byproducts for agricultural and lawn and garden applications. Kadant is based in Westford, Massachusetts, with revenues of $329 million in 2008 and 1,600 employees in 16 countries worldwide. For more information, visit www.kadant.com.

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