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September 25th, 2003

Emergency Filtration Products Progress Report

EFP today announced that it has received a purchase order in the amount of $228,000 for its products to supply the United States' armed forces. The company expects to ship the order within the next one to two weeks. The company (also) announced that it is increasing the production capacity of its Taiwanese NanoMask filters by approximately one-third in anticipation of increased demand for its products. At present, the company's Taiwanese manufacturing facility is capable of producing 8,000 to 12,000 filters per day. On average, three filters are produced for every NanoMask that is produced.


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