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6/1/2007

Process Electronics Corp.

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Process Electronics will exhibit MACC rectifiers, designed to be easily operable because of microprocessor-based controls that can be placed at a distance from the plating line and can also be interfaced with plant computer systems.

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Process Electronics will exhibit MACC rectifiers, designed to be easily operable because of microprocessor-based controls that can be placed at a distance from the plating line and can also be interfaced with plant computer systems. Also displayed will be SASSC liquid-cooled D.C. power conversion systems, designed for a broad range of surface finishing applications. These include electroplating, anodizing and galvanizing.

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