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June 21st, 2010

Met-Pro subsidiary receives $600,000 equipment order

Abstract:
Raymond J. De Hont, chairman and CEO of Met-Pro Corp. (NYSE:MPR), announced that the company's Strobic Air subsidiary in Harleysville received an order totaling approximately $600,000 from a nanotechnology laboratory in Western Europe.

For this project, Strobic Air will supply for10 Tri-Stack fans to be used for laboratory exhaust

"This order is another excellent example of Strobic Air's diverse portfolio of energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly solutions and products," De Hont said. "Together with a steady level of customer interest and quotation activity for similar type projects, it allows us to remain optimistic about our prospects for future orders of this type at Strobic Air."

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