Pima County, Ariz., makes second equipment order for 2-phase municipal odor control project

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HARLEYSVILLE, Pa., April 20, 2001 — William L. Kacin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Met-Pro Corporation , announced today that the Company's Duall Division has received a second order from Pima County, Arizona for a two phase project at the INA Road Wastewater Treatment Plant. The value of this order is in excess of $400,000 and brings total orders for Duall for this project to more than $840,000.

This second order is for four PT-510 Odor Control Systems designed to treat H2S emissions. In September 2000, Duall completed shipment of three other odor control systems for Phase 1 of the same project. Phase 2 is expected to be installed by December 2001.

The size of these orders demonstrates Duall's significant presence in the municipal odor control market. A steady level of customer interest and quotation activity for similar applications emphasizes Duall's position as a leader in the field and provides encouragement for the possibility of future orders.

Met-Pro Corporation, with headquarters at 160 Cassell Road, Harleysville, Pennsylvania, is a manufacturer of air and water pollution control systems; fume scrubbers and odor control equipment; fluid handling equipment for corrosive, abrasive and high temperature liquids; filter products for drinking water, industrial and custom applications; wet and dry particulate dust collectors; specialty chemicals for controlling corrosion and reducing lead/copper in public drinking water; and state-of-the-art fans for laboratory and clean room applications.

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