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Graham wins orders worth $10 million

By ANDREA DECKERT - 11/19/2013 4:10:55 PM

Graham Corp. has been awarded five orders totaling roughly $10 million for the U.S chemical and petrochemical and power generation markets.

The projects are expected to ship in the next nine to 15 months, the Batavia, Genesee County, firm said.

Three orders are for a total of nine surface condensers for use in U.S. ammonia production facilities serving domestic fertilizer markets, including one upgrade and two plant capacity expansions. The remaining two orders are for the U.S. nuclear power generation market.

Graham will provide upgraded filtration components for an existing nuclear facility and ejector systems for four new nuclear operations, the company said.

“Low-cost natural gas continues to drive the growth of the U.S. chemical and petrochemical industry, which I believe is demonstrated by the number of orders we have secured over the past several months,” said James Lines, president and CEO, in a statement. “The industry expansion continues to create opportunities for Graham to capitalize on its engineering and manufacturing expertise.”

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