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Environmental Tectonics Corporation's Sterilization Systems Group Announces New Contracts
Date:9/8/2008

SOUTHAMPTON, Pa., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Environmental Tectonics Corporation's (Amex: ETC) ("ETC" or the "Company") Sterilization Systems Group (SSG) announced today the award of two new contracts. The contracts include a new Portable Field Sterilization System (M-138) and a new cGMP Pharmaceutical Sterilization System to a new customer.

The M138 portable field steam sterilizer (NSN 6530 00 926 2151), also known as "Big Bertha", is designed to provide steam sterilization capability to mobile military field personnel. The self-contained systems meet the field medical requirements of the US Armed Services and international organizations. ETC has built over 2,000 of these systems in the last 20+ years.

The cGMP unit is a large, industrial system being constructed for a large multi-national European organization for installation within the United States. ETC provides a comprehensive range of standard and customized cGMP sterilizer. cGMP sterilizers are precision engineered and manufactured for regulatory compliance, high performance, ease of use, reliability in service, extended life and maximum value.

John Fay, Technical Director of the Pharmaceutical Division for ETC Sterilization Systems, commented, "This business acquisition is key to ETC's continued growth in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology markets. Earning our client's trust and delivering on our commitments, demonstrate our abilities and allows us to be more widely recognized as a leading cGMP equipment provider."

ETC's Sterilization Systems Group (SSG) offers steam and Ethylene Oxide Sterilizer Systems, Professional Services, Consulting and Software Systems to the Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Healthcare industries. ETC's
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