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T-3 Energy Services, Inc. engages in the manufacture, remanufacture, and distribution of oilfield products and services to the oil and gas industry primarily in the Gulf Coast region and Canada. It operates through two segments, Pressure Control and Distribution. The Pressure Control segment manufactures, remanufactures, and repairs high pressure service products, including valves, chokes, actuators, blow out preventors, manifolds, and wellhead equipment; manufactures accumulators and rubber goods; and applies custom coatings to customers' products. This segment sells its products and services to companies engaged in the exploration, production, and pipeline transportation of oil and gas; companies in the petrochemical, chemical, and petroleum refining industries; and onshore and offshore contract drilling and well servicing companies. The Distribution segment distributes pipes, valves, stud bolts, gaskets, and other ancillary products. This segment sells its products primarily to the upstream and downstream oil and gas industry, offshore fabrication companies, and shipyards. The company distributes its products through a network of distribution centers along the Louisiana and Texas Gulf Coast. T-3 Energy Services is based in Houston, Texas.


Sun Hydraulics Corporation engages in the design and manufacture of high-performance screw-in hydraulic cartridge valves and manifolds worldwide. Its products are suitable for flows from 1 to 400 gallons per minute and continuous operating pressures up to 5,000 pounds per square inch. The company also manufactures manifolds, which is machined to create threaded cavities and channels into which screw-in cartridge valves can be installed and through which the hydraulic fluid flows. Sun Hydraulics sells its products through a network of independent fluid power distributors to various end users for use in a range of mobile applications, such as construction, agricultural, and utility equipment; and an array of industrial applications, including machine tools and material handling equipment. Sun Hydraulics was founded in 1970 and is headquartered in Sarasota, Florida.


Chase Corporation provides various products and services to the specialty chemical, converting, and electronic manufacturing industries worldwide. The company offers insulating and conducting materials for the manufacture of electrical and telephone wire and cable, and electrical splicing, and terminating and repair tapes that are marketed to wire and cable manufacturers; protective pipe coating tapes and other protectants for valves, regulators, casings, joints, metals, concrete, and wood, which are sold to oil companies, gas utilities, and pipeline companies; protectants for highway bridge deck metal supported surfaces that are sold to municipal transportation authorities; moisture protective coatings, which are sold to the electronics industry; laminated, durable papers, which are produced and sold primarily to the envelope converting and commercial printing industries; and expansion and control joint systems designed for roads, bridges, stadiums, and airport runways. In addition, it provides electronic manufacturing services, including assembly and contract manufacturing services to the electronics industry. Chase Corporation was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. The company acquired Concoat Holdings Limited and its subsidiaries in October 2005.


Barnes Group, Inc. engages in the manufacture of precision metal components and assemblies; and distribution of industrial supplies. It operates through three segments: Barnes Distribution, Associated Spring, and Barnes Aerospace. Barnes Distribution segment is an international distributor of maintenance, repair, operating, and production supplies; and offers an array of service options. It also supplies die and nitrogen gas springs; mechanical struts; and standard parts, such as coil and flat springs. Barnes Distribution's customer base range from small repair shops to the largest railroads, utilities, food processors, chemical producers, and vehicle fleet operators. Associated Spring segment manufactures precision mechanical and nitrogen gas springs, manifold systems, retaining rings, reed valves, shock discs, injection-molded plastic components, and other close-tolerance engineered metal components that are used in various industries, including electronics, medical devices, telecommunications, consumer goods, and transportation markets. Barnes Aerospace segment produces precision machined and fabricated components and assemblies for commercial and military aircraft, and industrial gas turbines. In addition, it provides jet engine components overhaul and repair services for commercial airlines and the United States military. Barnes Aerospace supplies designated aftermarket parts for the life of the related aircraft engine program. The company operates and markets its products primarily in the United States and Canada; and through distribution/sales centers located in Europe and Asia. Barnes Group was founded in 1857 and is headquartered in Bristol, Connecticut.


Ceradyne, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of advanced technical ceramic products and components for defense, industrial, automotive/diesel, and commercial applications. Its primary products include lightweight ceramic armor for soldiers and military helicopters; ceramic powders, including boron carbide, boron nitride, silicon nitride, and silicon carbide; functional and frictional coatings primarily for automotive and textile applications; ceramic diesel engine components; ceramic orthodontic brackets; ceramic-impregnated dispenser cathodes for microwave tubes, lasers, and cathode ray tubes; and ceramic industrial components for erosion and corrosion resistant applications. The company's customers include the U.S. government, prime government contractors, and industrial and commercial manufacturers. Ceradyne was founded in 1967 and based in Costa Mesa, California.


CIRCOR International, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of valves and fluid control products for the instrumentation, fluid regulation, and petrochemical markets worldwide. It operates through two groups, Instrumentation and Thermal Fluid Controls Products and Energy Products. Instrumentation And Thermal Fluid Controls Products group designs, manufactures, and distributes include precision valves, compression tube fittings, control valves, relief valves, butterfly valves, couplers, regulators, strainers, and samplers for military and commercial aerospace, chemical processing, marine, power generation, HVAC systems, food and beverage processing, and other general industrial markets. The Energy Products group designs, manufactures, and distributes flanged-end and threaded-end floating and trunnion ball valves, needle valves, check valves, butterfly valves, large forged steel ball valves, gate valves, and pipeline closures for oil, gas, and chemical processing and industrial applications. The company sells its products to distributors and end-users through commissioned representatives and direct sales forces. CIRCOR is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.


North American Galvanizing & Coatings, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary, North American Galvanizing Company (NAG), engages in the hot dip galvanizing of metal products and components. It galvanizes iron and steel products by immersing them in molten zinc. NAG's additional coating services, such as sandblasting, quenching, metalizing, and centrifuge spinner galvanizing. It serves various industries including petrochemical, highway and transportation, energy, utilities, communications, irrigation, pulp and paper, waste water treatment, food processing, recreation, and original equipment manufacturing. North American Galvanizing & Coatings was incorporated under the name Kinark Corporation in 1955. It and changed its name to North American Galvanizing & Coatings in 2003. The company is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


Roper Industries, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of energy systems and controls, scientific and industrial imaging products and software, industrial technology products, and instrumentation products and services. It operates in five segments: Instrumentation, Industrial Technology, Energy Systems and Controls, Scientific and Industrial Imaging, and RF Technology. The Instrumentation segment manufactures and sells materials analysis, fluid properties testing, and industrial leak testing equipment. The Industrial Technology segment produces industrial pumps, flow measurement and metering equipment, industrial valves and controls, and water meter and automatic meter reading products and systems. The Energy Systems and Controls segment manufactures control systems, machinery vibration, and nondestructive inspection and measurement products and solutions. The Scientific and Industrial Imaging segment offers digital imaging products and software, and handheld computers and software. The RF Technology segment provides radio frequency identification and satellite-based communication technologies that are used in toll and traffic systems, security and access control, freight movement services, and mobile asset tracking. Roper markets its products and services to radio frequency applications, water and wastewater, oil and gas, research, power generation, general industry, and other niche markets. The company was incorporated in 1981 and is based in Duluth, Georgia.


Parker-Hannifin Corporation manufactures fluid power systems, electromechanical controls, and related components. It operates through four segments: Industrial, Aerospace, Climate and Industrial Controls, and Others. The Industrial segment manufactures various connectors; hydraulic components and systems; pneumatic and electromechanical components and systems. This segment also electromechanical products, industrial PCs, single and bus-based controllers, rotary and linear servo motors, rotary and linear stepper motors, analog and digital stepper and servo drives, and gantry robots. In addition, it manufactures sealing devices, gaskets and packings, rubber and plastic boots and bellows, electromagnetic interference shielding, and thermal management products; filters, systems, and instruments to monitor and to remove contaminants from fuel, air, oil, water, and other fluids and gases; process, chemical, and microfiltration filters; compressed air and gas purification filters; lube oil and fuel filters; fuel conditioning filters; fuel filters/water separators; cabin air filters; intake air filters; and nitrogen and hydrogen generators, and condition monitoring devices; and flow components for process instrumentation and purity applications. The Aerospace segment offers hydraulic and primary flight control systems that include hydraulic, electrohydraulic, and electromechanical components used for control of aircraft rudders, elevators, ailerons, and other aerodynamic control surfaces and utility hydraulic components. The Climate and Industrial Controls segment offers refrigeration and air conditioning systems and components, and fluid control process systems and components for use primarily in the mobile and stationary refrigeration and air conditioning industry. The Others segment designs and manufactures custom-engineered buildings. The company was founded in 1918 and is based in Cleveland, Ohio.


American Science and Engineering, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, marketing, and sale of X-ray inspection and other inspection solutions for the homeland security and other defense applications. It offers the CargoSearch family, Z Backscatter Systems, and the ParcelSearch family of X-ray inspection systems. The CargoSearch family of systems includes high-energy and medium-energy nonintrusive inspection and screening devices. These systems are primarily used for the X-ray scanning of trucks, cars, cargo containers, pallets, and air cargo at border crossings, seaports, military bases, railroad centers, airports, and cargo and transportation hubs. The CargoSearch systems are designed to combat trade fraud, drug trafficking, weapons smuggling, and terrorism. Z Backscatter Systems are implemented without the use of boom-mounted receptors, for the screening of containers and vehicles in a various applications. The ParcelSearch systems are designed for the nonintrusive X-ray scanning of parcels, baggage, and mail in government facilities, airports, commercial office buildings, federal facilities, and convention centers. In addition, the company manufactures the BodySearch Personnel Inspection System to screen individuals for weapons, drugs, and illegal contraband concealed under clothing. Further, American Science and Engineering provides maintenance, research, engineering, and training services related to its products. The company sells its products worldwide through direct sales personnel and independent representatives. American Science and Engineering was formed in 1958 and is headquartered in Billerica, Massachusetts.


Emerson Electric Co. engages in the design and supply of product technology, as well as in the delivery of engineering services for various industrial, commercial, and consumer markets worldwide. The company operates in five segments: Process Management, Industrial Automation, Network Power, Climate Technologies, and Appliance and Tools. The Process Management segment provides measurement, control, and diagnostic capabilities for automated industrial processes producing items, such as oil, natural gas, and petrochemicals; food and beverages; pulp and paper; pharmaceuticals; and municipal water supplies. The Industrial Automation segment provides integrated manufacturing solutions to various industries producing products, such as motors, transmissions, alternators, fluid controls, and materials joining equipment. The Network Power segment designs, manufactures, installs, and maintains products that provide power, and environmental control and connectivity for telecommunications networks, data centers, and other applications. These products include power systems, embedded power supplies, precision cooling, inbound power systems, and connectivity with 24-hour service. The Climate Technologies segment offers products and services for residential, commercial, industrial heating and air conditioning, and commercial refrigeration. This segment also digitally controls and remotely monitors refrigeration units in grocery stores and other food distribution outlets. The Appliance and Tools segment provides a range of products and solutions, such as motors, appliances and integrated appliance solutions, and tools for home owners and professionals, as well as home and commercial storage systems. Emerson Electric distributes its products through direct sales force, a network of independent sales representatives, and independent distributors. The company was incorporated in 1890 and is based in St. Louis, Missouri.


EnPro Industries, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of engineered industrial products. It operates through three segments: Sealing Products, Engineered Products, and Engine Products and Services. The Sealing Products segment provides sheet gaskets, metallic gaskets, resilient metal seals, compression packing, rotary lip seals, elastomeric seals, hydraulic components, expansion joints, and polytetrafluorethylene products. These products are used in various industries, including chemical and petrochemical processing, petroleum extraction and refining, pulp and paper processing, heavy-duty trucking, power generation, food and pharmaceutical processing, primary metal manufacturing, mining, water and waste treatment, and semiconductor fabrication. The Engineered Products segment offers self-lubricating, nonrolling, metal polymer, and filament wound bearing products for use in the automotive, pump and compressor, construction, power generation, and machine tool markets; rotary screw and reciprocating air compressors, and vacuum pumps for the pharmaceutical, pulp and paper, gas transmission, health, construction, petrochemical, and automotive industries; and components for reciprocating compressors for use in the refining, petrochemical, natural gas transmission, and general industrial markets. The Engine Products and Services segment offers heavy-duty, medium-speed diesel and natural gas engines for marine propulsion, power generation, and pump and compressor applications. As of December 31, 2004, the company had 29 primary manufacturing facilities located in the United States and 8 countries outside the United States. EnPro Industries was incorporated in 2002 and is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Pentair, Inc. operates as a diversified industrial manufacturing company in the United States. It operates in two segments, Water and Enclosures. Water segment manufactures and markets products and systems used in the movement, treatment, storage, and enjoyment of water. Its products include water and wastewater pumps; filtration and purification components and systems; storage tanks and pressure vessels; and pool and spa equipment and accessories. Enclosures segment designs, manufactures, and markets standard, modified, and custom enclosures that protect sensitive controls components and accessories. Its products include metallic and composite enclosures, cabinets, cases, subracks, backplanes, and associated thermal management systems. This segment serve industrial machinery, data communications, networking, telecommunications, test and measurement, automotive, medical, security, defense, and general electronics sectors. The company sells its products through various distribution channels, including wholesale and retail distributors, original equipment manufacturers, and home centers. It has operations in Canada, Europe, and Asia. Pentair was founded in 1966 and is headquartered in Golden Valley, Minnesota.


Material Sciences Corporation (MSC) provides material-based solutions for electronic, acoustical/thermal, and coated metal applications. The company operates in two segments, MSC Engineered Materials and Solutions Group (EMS) and MSC Electronic Materials and Devices Group (EMD). EMS provides material-based solutions for acoustical/thermal, coated metal, and electronic applications. Its acoustical/thermal material-based solutions include multilayer composites consisting of metals, polymeric coatings, and other materials used to manage noise and thermal energy. The coated metal material-based solutions include coil coated, and EG protective and decorative coatings applied to coils of metal. The electronic material-based solutions primarily include coated and laminated noise reducing materials used in electronic applications. The company offers material-based solutions to the automotive, building and construction, electronics, lighting, and appliance markets. EMD offers field-effect technology for sensors, switches, and interface solutions in the consumer electronics and transportation markets. These products are used in interface control panels for fluid-level sensing devices of recreational vehicles and marine markets. The company markets its products and services primarily through its in-house sales and marketing organization, as well as through independent distributors, agents, and licensees. It sells its products principally in North and South America, Europe, and Asia. The company has a strategic alliance with Arcelor SA for the marketing, sale, and manufacture of its materials to European automobile manufacturers. Material Sciences Corporation was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.


United Capital Corp. engages in the investment and management of real estate properties, as well as in the manufacture and sale of engineered products. It owns properties that it manages, which are operated by the City of New York as day-care centers and offices, and other properties leased as department stores, hotels, and shopping centers around the country, as well as properties available for sale and lease. As of March 1, 2005, the company owned 162 properties in the United States. It also invests in marketable securities and other financial instruments. In addition, the company offers engineered products, including knitted wire products and components, and transformer products. Its principal areas of application include high temperature gaskets; seals; components for use in airbags; shock and vibration isolators; noise reduction elements; and air, liquid, and solid filtering devices. The company distributes its products directly, as well as through distributors to industrial consumers and original equipment manufacturers. It sells its products in the United States and Mexico, as well as in Europe, South America, and Asia. The company was incorporated in 1980 and is based in Great Neck, New York.


Mueller Water Products, Inc. manufactures and sells various water infrastructure and flow control products for use in water distribution networks, water and wastewater treatment facilities, and gas distribution and piping systems in the United States and Canada. It has three segments: Mueller, U.S. Pipe, and Anvil. The Mueller segment manufactures dry-barrel fire hydrants; gate, tapping, check, butterfly, ball, and plug valves; iron valves, meter bars, and line stopper fittings; pipe repair products, such as repair clamps and couplings used to repair leaks in water and gas distribution systems; municipal castings, such as manhole covers and street drain grates; and patterns used by the foundry and automotive industries. It also provides machines and tools for tapping, drilling, extraction, installation, and stopping-off. This segment markets its products under Mueller, Mueller Canada, James Jones, and Viking Johnson brand names to various end-users, including municipalities, publicly and privately owned water and wastewater utilities, gas utilities, and construction contractors through distributors. The U.S. Pipe segment manufactures and sells a line of ductile iron pressure pipe, restraint joints, fittings, and other cast iron products. Its ductile iron pressure pipe is used primarily for potable drinking water distribution systems, small water system grids, water and wastewater transmission and collection systems, and reinforcing distribution systems, including looping grids and supply lines. This segment offers its products to water works distributors, contractors, municipalities, private utilities, and other governmental agencies. The Anvil segment provides various pipe fittings and couplings, pipe hangers, pipe nipples, and related products. It sells its products to commercial construction contractors through distributors. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


Watts Water Technologies, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of water safety and flow control products for the water quality, water safety, water flow control and water conservation markets in North America, Europe, and China. Its products include backflow preventers for preventing contamination of potable water caused by reverse flow within water supply lines and fire protection systems; water pressure regulators; water supply and drainage products; temperature and pressure relief valves for water heaters, boilers, and associated systems; point of use water filtration and reverse osmosis systems; thermostatic mixing valves for tempering water; and pumping systems for under-floor radiant applications. The company sells its products to wholesale distributors, do-it-yourself chains, and original equipment manufacturers in the commercial, residential, and light industrial markets. Watts Water Technologies was founded by Joseph E. Watts in 1874 as Watts Regulator Co. It changed its name to Watts Industries, Inc. in 1985 and subsequently to Watts Water Technologies, Inc. in 2003. The company is headquartered in North Andover, Massachusetts.


Photronics, Inc. engages in the manufacture and supply of photomask-based imaging solutions for the electronics and display industries. The company offers reticles and photomasks for semiconductor and microelectronic applications. Its photomasks are used in the manufacture of semiconductors, as well as used as masters to transfer circuit patterns onto semiconductor wafers and flat panel substrates during the fabrication of integrated circuits and other types of electrical components. The company also conducts research and development in modeling and simulation for integration of the advanced mask-based optical lithography solutions. Photronics sells its photomasks to semiconductor designers, manufacturers, foundries, and other high performance electronics manufacturers through its sales personnel and customer service representatives in the United States, Europe, and Asia. The company was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Brookfield, Connecticut.


Omega Flex, Inc. engages in the manufacture and sale of flexible metal hose in the United States. It offers metal hose for applications in conveying various liquids and gases in various industries, including construction, transportation, steel, pharmaceutical, and petrochemical. The company offers corrugated metal hoses in a range of sizes and alloys, including three grades of stainless steel, bronze, Inconel, and Hastelloy, as well as manufactures a range of pressure reinforcing braids for its hoses in metallic and synthetic constructions. It also offers its products to the processing industries, semiconductor markets, and aerospace or automotive markets, as well as for instrumentation. Omega Flex sells its products primarily through independent sales representatives, distributors, original equipment manufacturers, and direct sales force, as well as through its Website. The company was incorporated as Tofle America, Inc. in 1976 and later changed its name to Omega Flex, Inc. The company is based in Exton, Pennsylvania.


H&E Equipment Services, Inc., an equipment services company, provides heavy construction and industrial equipment in the United States. It rents, sells, and provides parts and service support for four categories of specialized equipment: hi-lift or aerial platform equipment, cranes, earthmoving equipment, and industrial lift trucks. The company also sells new and used equipment and parts, as well as provides maintenance and repair services for the customers' equipment. Its customers include industrial and commercial companies, construction contractors, manufacturers, public utilities, municipalities, maintenance contractors, and various other large industrial accounts. As of March 21, 2007, H&E Equipment Services served approximately 27,700 customers through 48 full-service facilities in the West Coast, Intermountain, southwest, Gulf Coast, and southeast regions of the United States. The company was founded in 1961. It was formerly known as H&E Equipment Services L.L.C. and changed its name to H&E Equipment Services, Inc. in 2006. H&E Equipment Services is headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.


Standex International Corporation operates as a diversified manufacturing and service company primarily in the United States and Europe. Its Food Service Equipment segment offers refrigerated cabinets, cases, display units, modular structures, coolers, and freezers; refrigerated walk-in coolers, refrigeration systems, and cases; commercial cook and hold units, rotisseries, pressure fryers, ovens, and baking equipment; bakery and deli heated and refrigerated display cases; patient feeding systems; and rotary vane pumps to restaurants, convenience stores, quick-service restaurants, supermarkets, bakeries, and healthcare and other institutional users. The company's Air Distribution Products segment manufactures metal ducting and fittings for residential heating, ventilating, and air conditioning applications. Its Engraving segment offers emboss rolls and plates, texturizing molds, and converting and finishing machinery to automotive, plastics, building products, synthetic materials, converting, textile and paper industry, computer, houseware, and construction industries. Standex International's Engineered Products segment provides power metal spinning and custom fabricated components; reed switches, electrical connectors, sensors, toroids and relays, fixed and variable inductors and electronic assemblies, fluid sensors, tunable inductors, transformers, and magnetic components; and single and double acting telescopic and piston rod hydraulic cylinders for aerospace, aircraft, energy, automobile, truck body manufacturer, and other industries. Its Consumer Products segment publishes religious periodicals, curricula, Vacation Bible School materials, Sunday school literature, and children's books and supplies, as well as sells grapefruit packages, grapefruit juice, grapefruit sections, onions, melons, and other related food products. Standex International was founded in 1955 and is headquartered in Salem, New Hampshire.