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4/20/2004

Industrial Instruments, Inc.

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706&707 The company will  introduce the Improved Kushner Stressometer.

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706&707

The company will  introduce the Improved Kushner Stressometer. The product is said to be accurate to about 300 psi and deflection is displayed on a digitial LCD. The sensor disks are disposable and do not have to be stripped and reused. Calibration coefficients are included with replacement disks.

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