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CALENDAR/NPD/EXCHANGE RATES New Product Developments Financial Calendar 14 July 2011 Hamworthy AGM 15 July 2011 SKF Half-Year Report 18 July 2011 At...

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New Product Developments

Financial Calendar 14 July 2011 Hamworthy AGM 15 July 2011 SKF Half-Year Report 18 July 2011 Atlas Copco Q2 2011 Results 19 July 2011 Alfa Laval Interim Report Q2 21 July 2011 Sulzer Midyear Results 2011 28 July 2011 Metso Interim Review January–June 2011 Siemens Q3 2011 Financial Report 29 July 2011 GEA Half-Year Report 2011 August 2011 Ebara Q1 2012 Operating Results and Annual Report Published Torishima Pump Q1 2012 Results 2 August 2011 Gévelot Q2 2011 Results 3 August 2011 Indutrade Interim Report January–June 2011 9 August 2011 Andritz Half Year 2011 Results 12 August 2011 Aker Solutions Q2 2011 Results 18 August 2011 FLSmidth Q2 2011 Report 30 September 2011 Specialist Energy Group Interim Results 2011 13 October 2011 Hamworthy Trading Update

• Cosworth Group and ClydeUnion Pumps have been awarded funding by the UK’s Technology Strategy Board to perform a feasibility study to improve the operational monitoring of nuclear pumping equipment. Using technology originally developed for Cosworth Group’s activities in the Formula One motor racing industry and ClydeUnion Pumps’ nuclear pumping equipment, parameters such as speed, temperature, flow rate and vibration will be monitored in real-time to identify whether a pump is approaching or has exceeded any operational limits of its design or is due for scheduled maintenance. For the study Cosworth Group will employ its high performance electronics technologies as “silent witness” data loggers to monitor the pumps that are responsible for circulating water around a reactor under normal operating and potential fault conditions. ClydeUnion Pumps will provide the necessary equipment and operating expertise as well as access to a typical pump in a test lab environment and, if possible, at a client’s premises for durability testing. The £107 970 project is expected to be completed by November 2011. www.cosworth.com, www.clydeunion.com and www.innovateuk.org • Westinghouse Electric Co has developed and implemented a passive thermal shutdown seal that protects a nuclear plant’s reactor core by preventing loss of reactor coolant system water inventory should an event occur that causes a loss of all reactor coolant

14 October 2011 Sulzer Order Intake January–September 2011

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17 October 2011 Sulzer Capital Market Day 2011 19 October 2011 SKF Q3 2011 Report 21 October 2011 Alfa Laval Interim Report Q3 Atlas Copco Q3 2011 Results 27 October 2011 Metso Interim Review January– September 2011 28 October 2011 Gévelot Q3 2011 Results November 2011 Ebara Q2 2012 Operating Results Torishima Pump Q2 2012 Results 1 November 2011 Indutrade Interim Report January– September 2011

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pump (RCP) seal cooling. The SHIELD passive thermal shutdown seal is a fail-safe protection that requires no operator action, power or control logic. It is activated by heated reactor coolant and provides an extremely tight seal if cooling for the RCP seals is lost. Westinghouse partnered with Southern Nuclear Operating Co (SNC) to install the SHIELD passive thermal shutdown seal in each RCP at the Joseph M Farley Nuclear Power Plant (Unit 1) near Dothan, Alabama, USA, during the plant’s fall 2010 refueling outage. SNC plans to apply the product to Farley Unit 2 during its next refueling outage. The current SHIELD design is applicable to all Model 93A Westinghouse reactor coolant pumps. Westinghouse is currently doing additional testing to demonstrate survival at extended station blackout durations and to test designs for other Westinghouse RCP models. www.westinghousenuclear.com • ABB is launching a new ‘reactive’ method of controlling sludge in sewage treatment plants that could cut pumping demand by up to 90%. The reactive pump control method uses an ABB low voltage AC drive combined with a specially written software algorithm to measure viscosity and achieve the flow control demanded by the sludge pumps. The drive starts pumping on an internally set time delay and stops pumping when sludge viscosity drops to a predetermined value. www.abb.com

Date: 26.6.2011 COUNTRY

RATE

Australia

A$0.95

COUNTRY

RATE

Netherlands

E0.70

Austria

E0.70

Norway

Belgium

E0.70

Philippines

Canada

C$0.99

Singapore

China

Yn6.47

South Africa

R6.90

DKK5.23

South Korea

KWn1080.60

Denmark

NOK5.45 Peso43.30 S$1.24

Finland

E0.70

Spain

France

E0.70

Sweden

SEK6.44

E0.70

Switzerland

CHF0.83

Taiwan

T$28.92

Thailand

Bt30.70

Germany India Italy

Rp45.00 E0.70

Japan

¥80.41

UK

Malaysia

Rt3.05

USA

E0.70

£0.63 US$1.00

June 2011