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IMPCO Ready to Release New LPG Fuel Systems for Industrial Applications.

CERRITOS, Calif., Feb. 28 /PRNewswire/ --

IMPCO Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: IMCO) today announced that it would release three new fuel systems in March at the Hannover Fair in Germany under the company's Spectrum program.

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Dennis Hartman, Vice President and General Manager said, "We are steadfast to helping our customers achieve their emission reduction goals while satisfying performance needs and cost reductions. IMPCO has a long history of introducing new technologies to meet the ever-higher performance standards of OEM clients globally. IMPCO is energized about these new fuel system technologies, which meet and exceed the California Air Resources Board proposed 2001-2004 emission standard regulations for off-road equipment."

IMPCO's Spectrum program has developed the OMNI fuel systems which offer several levels of technology and sophistication that allow the OEM to match the fuel system to both the need for performance and for reduced emission output.

"The Spectrum program is based on proven automotive technology drawn from our Advanced Technology Center in Irvine, California. We are the only global company to have complete systems integration: from service parts to fully engineered fuel systems and exhaust gas after-treatment components to completely dressed and certified engine packages. The Spectrum program offers tremendous value-added service and offers the customer a variety of options to shift their traditional bolt-on fuel components into a strategic fuel system with comprehensive engine interface capability," said Mr. Hartman. IMPCO will be introducing the new range of fuel systems and technologies at the Hannover Fair in Hannover, Germany in March 2000 (for more information about the show:

For more information contact James Mitchell at 1-562-860-6666 ext.116 or email us at

IMPCO is the world leader to the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) market and aftermarket in supplying gaseous fuel management and storage systems and components that allow internal combustion engines and other propulsion systems to operate on alternative fuels such as natural gas, propane, ethanol, methanol and hydrogen used in fuel cells.

IMPCO produces OEM systems for motor vehicles, buses, trucks, forklifts, and other material handling equipment and small portable to large stationary engines. Headquartered in Cerritos, California, the company has additional facilities in: the United States, Australia, Japan and Mexico. It operates in the Netherlands, France, Germany and the United Kingdom as IMPCO-BERU Technologies, B.V. (
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