Sono-Tek Announces the Sale of New Glass Coating System - IMPACT

Sono-Tek Corporation announced that it has received a $258,000 order for its new "IMPACT" glass coating system. The order was received from a major international glass manufacturer.

The IMPACT system is based on Sono-Tek's unique ultrasonic spray nozzles and Widetrack coating systems. It is designed to spray a different protective polymer coating onto the glass than our previous glass systems in place here and overseas.

Dr. Christopher L. Coccio, President and CEO of Sono-Tek stated, "The sale of this first system is a significant achievement for Sono-Tek. IMPACT is a sophisticated engineered system, and it expands our offerings for the glass coating market, while providing the benefits of reduced material consumption and reduced requirements for environmental control equipment to our customers in the glass industry."

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Date: 22 August 2005
Source: Yahoo

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