Pump Solutions Group to Exhibit at ACHEMA

17.03.2009

Wilden, Blackmer, Griswold, Almatec, Mouvex-Blackmer and Neptune products on display, provide attendees diverse CPI pump technologies

Pump Solutions Group (PSG) announces that it will participate at the upcoming ACHEMA 2009: 29th International Exhibition Congress in Chemical Engineering, Environmental Protection and Biotechnology in Frankfurt, Germany, on May 11-15, 2009.

“We are looking forward to meeting with customers and channel partners at ACHEMA to provide them with a glimpse of the newest products available,” said John D. Allen, President of PSG. “Today, the process industry is under a tremendous amount of pressure to continually improve environmental protection, energy efficiencies and overall processes in order to strengthen the bottom line. We will be debuting several technologies that will assist chemical process companies to meet these enormous challenges. ACHEMA serves as a great venue to listen to our customers’ needs in order to better serve them in the future.”

Formed by its parent company Dover Corporation (DOV: NYSE) in 2008, PSG combines the following operating companies into a cohesive pump organization with a broad array of pump technologies: Wilden, the world’s largest manufacturer of air-operated double-diaphragm pumps; Blackmer, the largest global manufacturer of sliding vane pumps; Mouvex-Blackmer, a manufacturer of eccentric disc pumps; Griswold, an ANSI centrifugal pump manufacturer; Almatec, a provider of premium pumps for semiconductor and electronics markets; and Neptune, a producer of chemical metering pumps and chemical feed systems.

PSG will be displaying its latest products for the chemical industry in hall 8.0, booths M27-M29 and B5-B10.

About PSG

The Pump Solutions Group (PSG) features Wilden, the world’s largest manufacturer of air-operated double-diaphragm pumps; Blackmer, the largest manufacturer of sliding vane pumps; Mouvex-Blackmer, a manufacturer of eccentric disc pumps; Griswold, an ANSI centrifugal pump manufacturer; Almatec, a premier manufacturer of air-operated diaphragm pumps specializing in plastic pumps with solid housings; and Neptune®, a producer of chemical metering pumps and chemical feed systems. PSG has plants in California and Michigan as well as international facilities in Germany, China, India and France. PSG is part of the Fluid Management segment within Dover Corporation (DOV: NYSE).

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