Statordyne Corp.: The company said Tuesday it...

Statordyne Corp.: The company said Tuesday it has received an order valued at more than $500,000 for a power protection system to be installed at a GTE Corp. facility in late 1994.

Separately, the Anaheim manufacturer of electrical power systems said it will remove an engine-integrated system installed at the American Assn. of Retired Persons' data center in Lakewood because of delays during the start-up testing phase. The company said the removal will have a "minimum financial impact."

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