Telephonics Terminal Approach Radar Successfully Integrates with South Korean Air Traffic Control System

FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK, February 27, 2014 – Telephonics Corporation, a
wholly owned subsidiary of Griffon Corporation (NYSE:GFF), announced today
the successful integration and final Busan Regional Aviation Authority (BRAA)
approval of its terminal approach radar into the Uljin, South Korea Air Traffic
Control system. The new radar system includes an S-band Primary Surveillance
Radar (PSR), a Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR) with mode S
capability, as well as the integration of Uljin radar data with the Pohang Airport
Approach Control Center.

“We are extremely pleased to deliver a fully integrated radar system that
enhances air traffic safety on the South Korean peninsula”, said Kevin
McSweeney, Telephonics’ Chief Operating Officer. “The successful integration of
our radar system into the South Korean Air Traffic Control system reinforces
Telephonics’ proven commitment and ability to provide customers across the
globe with leading-edge technology and complete turnkey solutions.”
The project, which began in 2012, consisted of site survey/planning, civil works,
the furnishing of a 25 meter tower, associated shelter construction as well as the
design, delivery, installation and commissioning of the radar system.
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Telephonics' high-technology engineering and manufacturing capabilities provide
integrated information, communication and sensor system solutions to military
and commercial markets worldwide. Telephonics specializes in aircraft
intercommunication systems, wireless communication systems, radars,
identification friend or foe products, integrated security systems, air traffic
management systems, aerospace electronics, and the performance of threat and
radar system analyses.

About Griffon Corporation
Griffon Corporation, headquartered in New York, N.Y., is a diversified
management and holding company that conducts business through whollyowned
subsidiaries. The Company oversees the operations of its subsidiaries,
allocates resources among them and manages their capital structures. The
Company provides direction and assistance to its subsidiaries in connection with
acquisition and growth opportunities as well as in connection with divestitures.
Griffon also seeks out, evaluates and, when appropriate, will acquire additional
businesses that offer potentially attractive returns on capital to further diversify