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6/6/2007

DELTA MACHINERY ELIMINATES WORKSHOP CONCERNS


DELTA MACHINERY ELIMINATES WORKSHOP CONCERNS
New Air Purifier Provides Woodworkers a Clean and Safe Environment
10/7/2003

JACKSON, Tenn. (Oct. 7, 2003) – Delta Machinery has armed woodworkers with the ultimate tool for managing workshop wood dust with its new AP100 Delta ShopMaster™ air purifier. The AP100 is designed to provide a clean work environment and reduce health issues related to wood dust while maximizing workshop space with fluorescent lighting.

“Woodworkers have depended on Delta for the industry’s leading dust management equipment for years,” said Angie Shelton, Delta Machinery senior product manager. “The AP100 enables woodworkers to focus on their projects in the comfort of a clean and safe work area. It hangs out of the way and projects light to make detail work on projects more accurate and efficient, especially in workshop finishing areas. The AP100 is perfect for the home workshop, but also makes a great compliment to dust management systems in a professional facility.”

The AP100 air purifier utilizes a 120 volt induction motor, two-stage air filtration, standard 18-inch by 1-inch fluorescent bulbs, and hanging capabilities. With 450 CFM (cubic feet per minute) capacity, a coarse pre-filter and five micron inner filter, the AP100 significantly reduces wood dust to eliminate health and cleaning concerns. In addition, the AP100 features fluorescent lighting for dedicated light on finishing applications and eye bolts for hanging the air purifier out of workshop space.

Constructed in the shape of a triangle, the AP100 strongly reflects the Delta brand and will be available in November 2003 for approximately $179.00.

DELTA MACHINERY

Headquartered in Jackson, Tenn., Delta Machinery, a subsidiary of Pentair Inc. (NYSE: PNR), is the leading manufacturer of the world’s most complete line of woodworking machinery, stationary equipment, and related accessories for use in home workshops, building and construction trades, industry and schools. With its manufacturing operation centralized in Tupelo, Miss., Delta Machinery owns and operates a subsidiary, Biesemeyer, located in Mesa, Ariz.