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FLOW INTERNATIONAL AWARDED $2.2 MILLION CONTRACT

 KENT, Wash., Oct. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Flow International Corp. (NASDAQ: FLOW) today announced a contract valued at $2.2 million from the Department of Energy (DOE). The contract represents one of the largest sales of FLOW's ultrahigh-pressure waterjet equipment in the company's history.
 Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, a DOE laboratory located in Idaho Falls, Idaho, will utilize the waterjet equipment in a cleaning application involving nuclear materials. The order includes ultrahigh- pressure waterjet systems and closed-loop water recirculation systems used in conjunction with a custom robotic cleaning cell. FLOW will furnish and install this system by April 1994.
 "Nuclear applications have excellent growth potential for our ultrahigh-pressure waterjet cutting and cleaning products," said Ronald W. Tarrant, president and chief executive officer. "We intend to continue aggressively pursuing business opportunities of this nature in nuclear and demilitarizaiton applications."
 Flow International Corp. is the world's leading manufacturer of ultrahigh-pressure waterjets and related products and services for the industrial cutting, cleaning and construction services markets.
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 /CONTACT: Ronald W. Tarrant of Flow International, 800-645-6992 or 206-813-3286/
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