STATORDYNE ANNOUNCES SUCCESSFUL INSTALLATION OF DEMONSTRATION UNIT AT AT&T SYSTEMS LEASING CORP.
DETROIT, Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Bradford P. Roberts, president and chief operating officer of Statordyne Corp. announced today the successful installation of its first demonstration unit (unit name) at AT&T System Leasing Corp.'s facilities in Detroit. The Statordyne CP 125 KVA system is operating in conjunction with a $4 million IBM ES 9000 mainframe computer. The purpose of the installation is to demonstrate to prospective AT&T System Leasing and Statordyne customers, its sophisticated "no-break" power protection qualities during utility outage as well as power factor correction and harmonic filtering. Roberts commented on the installation saying, "We are pleased to note that the successful installation of the AT&T System Leasing/Statordyne demonstration system is meeting all of our expectations. We believe that this will be an important part of our marketing strategy in which we will tangibly demonstrate to prospective customers the broad spectrum of power conditioning and `no-break' protection capabilities of our systems. The potential customer interest in Statordyne's power protection systems is sufficiently significant to keep this demonstration unit rather active into the foreseeable future." Roberts noted that the unit was manufactured through the company's manufacturing agreement with Reliance Electric Industrial Co. at Mankato, Minn. This relationship is part of Statordyne's approach to manufacturing and marketing through strategic partnerships. Statordyne Corp., headquartered in Anaheim, Calif., is engaged in the design, manufacture and marketing of a line of proprietary products for the power quality, standby and no-break power service industries. Statordyne has an exclusive license on a patented power quality enhancement and generation technology that will protect power sensitive facilities such as hospitals, telecommunications centers, automated factories and data processing sites against short duration electrical power disturbances and long-term outages of utility power. -0- 8/18/93 /CONTACT: James M. Moore, chairman of Statordyne, 714-704-1000; or William F. Coffin, president of Coffin Communications Group, 818-578-0500, for Statordyne/
CO: Statordyne Corp. ST: Michigan, California IN: SU:
BP-MF -- LA008 -- 3922 08/18/93 12:54 EDT
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