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ICC TECHNOLOGIES RECEIVES ORDERS FOR TWO MORE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS FOR UNITED STATES MILITARY COMMISSARIES

 PHILADELPHIA, April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- ICC Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: ICGN), a leading developer of air conditioning and climate control systems for supermarkets, department stores and other commercial and industrial buildings, announced today contracts to supply its DESI/AIR air conditioning equipment to U.S. military commissaries at Fort Campbell, Kentucky and Fort Leslie McNair, Washington, D.C. with the promise of additional installations at more commissaries at military bases in the United States and abroad. This contract follows the installation of a unit, in December 1992, in the commissary at Patrick AFB, Florida, which was ICC's first sale to the U.S. Government.
 Irwin L. Gross, chairman, said, "We are pleased to receive these important re-orders from the U.S. Government and can reasonably expect additional business from this source as our DESI/AIR system is the only standard unit, of which we are aware, that meets the current specifications for new commissary installations. We have been advised that ICC's patented air delivery system, which combines low-energy cooling with maximum dehumidification, is being specified in all HVAC systems in the bid and design stages for many military commissaries."
 Fort Campbell's DESI/AIR will augment the existing air conditioning system to accommodate increased space. At Fort McNair, the DESI/AIR reduces humidity to acceptable levels and provides auxiliary heating.
 ICC is currently field testing a new gas-powered air conditioning system which has no compressor, is completely free of ozone layer destructive refrigerants such as CFCs and operates with more fresh air to eliminate the effects of the `sick building' syndrome.
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 /CONTACT: Albert Resnick, director of ICC Technologies, Inc., 215-625-0700/
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