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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 26, 2010
Contact:  Jaclyn Deter
864-331-1265

Nason Partners with FIRST®, Donates 1,875 Switches

Walhalla, S.C. — Nason, a manufacturer of custom engineered switches, and pneumatic and hydraulic automation products, has received NSF/ANSI Standard 169 Certification for its complete line of SM model pressure switches and VM model vacuum switches.

NSF International, a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, is the world leader in standards development, product certification, education, and risk-management for public health and safety. NSF/ANSI Standard 169 is a certification established for special purpose food equipment and devices, which have special, complex, or multiple functions.

"Nason is focused on delivering quality, customized solutions for our customers," stated Steve Mihaly, president of Nason. "The NSF certification is a direct result of Nason going above and beyond to deliver the right switch for the particular application we were challenged with."

The high-quality, snap-action switches are ideal for foodservice applications where NSF certification is required. The low-pressure SM switch line is made for pneumatic and hydraulic applications. Both the pressure and vacuum switches are economical and are available in a wide range of configurations. For more information on Nason or its products, please visit www.nasonptc.com or contact Jaclyn Deter at 864.331.1265.

About Nason: For more than six decades, Nason has provided pneumatic and hydraulic pressure devices to the industrial, military, marine, and mobile hydraulics fields. Providing new thinking, Nason delivers custom engineered switches and compact, stronger cylinders and actuators to match the exact needs of the given application. Nason offers the widest range of switch options, including set points, fluid and electrical connections, switch circuitry, current ratings, severe service, and more. Privately owned and operated, Nason's 50,000 square foot manufacturing facility is located on a 40 acre campus in Upstate South Carolina. For more information, visit www.nasonptc.com.