U.S. Army submits $3.2 million order for O.I. Corporation's air-monitoring equipment

COLLEGE STATION, Texas, 19 May 2006. O.I. Corporation's wholly owned subsidiary, CMS Field Products, has received an order totaling $3.2 million from the U.S. Army for multiple units of its MiniCams continuous air-monitoring system. The MiniCams will be used to support chemical-defense testing at a U.S. Army chemical-defense testing site. The equipment will be delivered in multiple shipments, with the final shipment scheduled to be delivered no later than March 31, 2007.

May 19th, 2006

COLLEGE STATION, Texas, 19 May 2006. O.I. Corporation's wholly owned subsidiary, CMS Field Products, has received an order totaling $3.2 million from the U.S. Army for multiple units of its MiniCams continuous air-monitoring system. The MiniCams will be used to support chemical-defense testing at a U.S. Army chemical-defense testing site. The equipment will be delivered in multiple shipments, with the final shipment scheduled to be delivered no later than March 31, 2007.

O.I. Corporation provides products for chemical analysis. The Company develops, manufactures, sells, and services analytical instrumentation that detects, measures, analyzes, and monitors chemicals in liquids, solids, and gases. The Company also provides products used to digest, extract, and separate components of chemical mixtures.

The company provides application-specific solutions for the environmental, defense, pharmaceutical, food, beverage, petrochemical, chemical, semiconductor, power generation, and HVAC industries.

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