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Lydall announces price hike

July 26, 2011

The increase is a result of risiing costs of glass fiber, resins, energy and freight.

Lydall Filtration/Separation, Inc. has announced a general price increase effective with orders shipped on or after September 12, 2011. This increase is necessary as a result of industry-wide continuing increases in raw material costs such as glass fiber, resins, energy and freight.

The price increase covers all products and areas of Lydall Filtration / Separation's global business, varying by product line. Microglass products will see increases ranging from 6% to 8%. Synthetic products will see increases of up to 12%, depending upon the structure of pricing agreements currently in place.

The company says customers will be contacted by their account manager to discuss the specifics of this increase and implementation with current pricing agreements.

Lydall, Inc. is headquartered in Manchester, CT, USA. The company, with operations in the U.S., France, the Netherlands and Germany and offices in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, manufactures specialty engineered products for the thermal/acoustical and filtration/separation markets.

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