Terms & Conditions

DAVIS-STANDARD, LLC TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. GENERAL. Davis-Standard, LLC is hereinafter referred to as “Seller”. Items and related services ordered from Seller in whatever form or quantity
are referred to as “Equipment”. The expression “Buyer” means the person, firm, company or other entity to which Seller undertakes to supply the
Equipment herein. All sales by Seller are subject to all of the following Terms and Conditions unless otherwise agreed in writing by an authorized
representative of Seller. Any offer, acceptance, order, confirmation or other document from Buyer that contains terms and conditions in addition to
or different than those set forth herein are objected to and shall not be binding upon Seller unless acceptance thereof is made in writing by an
authorized representative of Seller. Failure of Seller to object to provisions contained in any purchase order or other communication from Buyer shall
not be construed as a waiver of these conditions nor an acceptance of any such provisions. Seller reserves the right to correct clerical or stenographic
errors at any time. The agreement between Buyer and Seller exclusively includes these Terms and Conditions and the commercial terms and technical
specifications attached hereto in Seller’s quotation (“Agreement”).

2. DELAYS. Unless otherwise specifically agreed by both parties in writing, deliveries shall be FCA Seller’s facility or Seller’s supplier’s facility
(Incoterms 2020). While Seller will use commercially reasonable efforts to ship and/or deliver Equipment or complete services by the dates specified,
quoted or acknowledged by Seller, all such dates are approximate and not guaranteed. If Buyer is, however, unable to receive delivery of the
Equipment or delays its pre-delivery testing, delivery or installation for more than 30 days after the date specified, quoted or acknowledged by Seller,
Seller will upon written notice to Buyer put the Equipment into storage at Buyer’s risk and expense and the Equipment will thereupon be deemed
delivered and any remaining balance of the purchase price will be immediately due and payable. Seller may present a trucking bill of lading/CMR
waybill for payment under any Buyer issued letter of credit if Equipment is placed into storage.
In the event of delays in the issuance of a Buyer’s letter of credit, delays in Buyer’s supply of any technical details required for engineering of
Equipment, or any delays caused by either party in any pre or post-delivery activities, including acceptance testing, the shipment and/or delivery date
and the letter of credit validity shall be extended. Seller shall advise Buyer of the revised date(s).
Neither party will be liable for delayed delivery, non-delivery, or any other failure to perform hereunder that becomes impractical as result of a failure
of a presupposed condition or an extraordinary event or occurrence beyond its control and without its fault or negligence (“Force Majeure Event”). A
Force Majeure Event includes but shall not be limited to epidemics, pandemics, mobilizations, war, revolution, terrorism, piracy, serious breakdowns
in manufacturing, accidents, labor conflicts, natural catastrophes, interruption of data transfer, lack of power, unavailability of or delay in transportation,
delays in or non-delivery by mutually agreed or sole source subcontractors, vendors or suppliers, official actions or omissions by any state authorities
or public bodies, trade embargos or export control and sanctions regulations.

3. WARRANTY. Seller warrants Equipment manufactured by it will be free from defects in workmanship and material under normal use and service.
Equipment manufactured or supplied by others is sold exclusively under such warranty as the manufacturer may give to Seller and to the extent
enforceable by Seller. Seller does not warrant the amount or quality of production unless expressly stated in this Agreement. Seller warrants that
when delivered its Equipment will be designed and manufactured to perform the mechanical functions expressly stated in this Agreement provided
the Equipment is maintained and operated under proper conditions by competent trained personnel using such raw materials as may be specified. If
any part or component of the Equipment is found and reported during any lab trial, inspection, pre-delivery testing, installation, commissioning,
acceptance testing or thereafter within one year from date of delivery (or such earlier date if Buyer refuses to accept or delays delivery) to have been
defective prior to or when delivered (any shortcoming which prevents compliance with design or acceptance criteria contained in this Agreement being
deemed a defect) and provided immediate notification in writing is given to Seller, Seller will, at its discretion, either modify, repair or replace such
component or part (defects caused by normal wear and tear items, such as screws, barrels, filters, rupture discs, die insulation, belts, knives and roll
coverings are excluded from warranty replacement). During repair, risk of loss will remain with Buyer. Seller’s warranty does not cover any labor
charges for the replacement of parts, adjustment, repairs, or any other work done by parties other than Seller without Seller’s prior written approval.
Replacement of parts manufactured or supplied by others is subject to that manufacturer’s or supplier’s consent and to Buyer’s returning the replaced
part DAP Seller’s plant (Incoterms 2010). No parts or components may be returned without Seller’s prior written consent. THE FOREGOING
WARRANTY EXTENDS TO BUYER ONLY AND NOT TO BUYER’S CUSTOMERS AND IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES (WHETHER WRITTEN, ORAL OR IMPLIED) INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND WARRANTY OF
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IN OTHER RESPECTS THAN EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT. Remedies of Buyer
set forth herein are exclusive. Buyer’s sole remedy and Seller’s sole liability with respect to the performance or breach of this Agreement in connection
with the design, manufacture, sale, delivery, installation, commissioning, acceptance trial or repair of the Equipment purchased hereunder, or the
technical direction covered by or furnished under this Agreement, is to make within the time period set forth above such modifications as may be
necessary to achieve any expressly promised performance contained in this Agreement and to modify, repair or replace defects that have been
identified by Buyer. If the Equipment cannot be modified, repaired or replaced as provided above to meet the warranty obligations stated above,
including compliance with any acceptance criteria contained in this Agreement, Buyer’s sole remedy and Seller’s sole liability shall be to mutually
agree to a reduced price reflecting the difference between the value of the Equipment delivered and the value the Equipment would have had if it had
been as warranted. In the event that the parties fail to agree to such price reduction, Seller’s sole liability shall be to repay the purchase price paid
for the Equipment upon Buyer’s returning it to Seller FCA Buyer’s plant (Incoterms 2020).
Buyer will reimburse Seller for the travel expenses and time of any service technician or engineer who travels to Buyer’s plant at Buyer’s request to
troubleshoot problems and who identifies improper maintenance or improper operation as the sole cause(s). Any modification or repair to Equipment
without Seller’s prior written approval, improper use of Equipment, whether intentional or unintentional, operation beyond capacity, failure to report
to Seller within the warranty period, substitution or addition of parts not approved by Seller, failure or damage due to misapplication, lack of proper
maintenance, abuse, improper installation, or abnormal conditions of temperature, moisture, or corrosive matter, or alteration or repair by others in
such manner which in Seller’s judgment affects the Equipment materially and adversely shall void the foregoing warranty. Buyer shall allow the Seller
prompt access to the Equipment if field repairs, modifications or replacements are required and will supply a modem quality line for the equipment if
requested by the Seller. Should the lack of availability of such a line necessitate a field trip that would otherwise not be required, the Buyer will be
charged for travel time and expenses.

4. EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. SELLER’S LIABILITIES AND BUYER’S REMEDIES ARE LIMITED TO THOSE CONTAINED IN THIS AGREEMENT.
SELLER SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT TO ANY OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ARISING OUT OR RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT,
WHETHER BASED ON BREACH OF CONTRACT, BREACH OF WARRANTY, TORT OR ANY OTHER THEORY OF LAW OR EQUITY. SELLER
SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, MULTIPLE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS, DAMAGE, EXPENSE
OR INJURY OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS
OF PROFITS OR REVENUE, COST OF CAPITAL, LOSS OF PRODUCTION, OPPORTUNITY, FINANCING, GOOD WILL, USE, BUSINESS
REPUTATION, COST OF SUBSITUTE FACILITIES OR SERVICES, DOWNTIME COSTS, DELAYS, DEFECTIVE PRODUCT LOSSES, COST OF
TESTING MATERIALS, LABOR COSTS, DEPRECIATION COSTS, INTEREST COSTS, CLAIMS OF BUYER’S CUSTOMERS OR OTHER THIRD
PARTIES, HOWEVER ARISING. THESE LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY WILL APPLY WHETHER OR NOT SELLER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES AND NOTWITHSTANDING ANY FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY(IES).
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5. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement contains the entire agreement between Buyer and Seller and supersedes and cancels all prior agreements,
negotiations, drafts, representations and communications, whether oral or written, with respect to or in connection with the subject matter of this
Agreement. This Agreement can be modified or rescinded only by a writing signed by both parties. The parties acknowledge that they have entered
in this Agreement in reliance upon their own independent investigation and analysis and neither has been induced to enter into this Agreement by
virtue of, and is not relying upon, any representations or warranties not set forth in this Agreement. No waiver of any provisions of this Agreement
shall be binding unless in writing signed by an authorized representative of the party against whom the waiver is asserted and unless expressly made
generally applicable shall only apply to the specific case for which the waiver is given. Failure of either party to insist upon strict performance of this
Agreement shall not be construed as a waiver of any terms or conditions thereof.

6. CHANGES. Changes to the specifications or Equipment description shall be valid only if in writing signed by authorized representatives of Buyer
and Seller. Such changes must provide for any modification in the price or in time of delivery. Minor variations by Seller in the details of design or
construction of the Equipment shall not give rise to any claim of defect or default, and the Seller reserves the right to make such minor changes in
details of design and construction as shall in its judgment constitute an improvement over those set forth and described.

7. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. Seller warrants that none of the Equipment infringes any U.S. patent trademark or copyright provided that Buyer
will (a) forthwith upon receipt forward to Seller any communication charging infringement, (b) forthwith forward to Seller all process, pleadings and
other papers served in any action charging infringement, (c) give Seller the sole right to defend any such actions at Seller’s expense, and (d) give
Seller the option at any time up to or after judgment at Seller’s expense to minimize Buyer’s damage or liability (i) by altering the Equipment to make
it non-infringing, (ii) by exchanging a non-infringing part which will fulfill substantially the same function for the infringing part which in that case
becomes the Seller’s property, (iii) by obtaining a license permitting Buyer’s use of any infringing part, or (iv) by repurchasing the infringing Equipment
at Buyer straight line depreciated cost. Seller’s maximum liability under this warranty shall be (a) to indemnify Buyer for any money judgment recovered
against Buyer in a court of competent jurisdiction plus Buyer’s reasonable counsel fees if Seller does not undertake the defense and (b) to repurchase
at Buyer’s straight line depreciated cost any part held by such a court to be infringing which Buyer cannot use by reason of adverse judgment, all
liability of Seller’s part hereunder subject to due performance by Buyer of the above conditions and the limitations of paragraph 4 hereof. No warranty
is made as to process or product patents unless expressly stated or as to infringement resulting from compliance with specifications supplied by Buyer
or from any combination of Equipment with other equipment not supplied by Seller. As to any Equipment furnished by Seller to Buyer, manufactured
in accordance with specifications supplied by Buyer, Buyer shall indemnify Seller against all claims, demands and suits brought against Seller for any
patent, trademark or copyright infringement.
8. PAYMENTS. Credit terms are as set forth in Seller’s quotation. All delinquent sums due and owing to Seller shall bear interest at the rate of one
and one-half percent (1 1/2%) per month.

9. TERMINATION. Except as provided in Section 6 hereof, this Agreement is not subject to termination or change unless requested by Buyer and
accepted in writing by Seller. In the event of any such termination, Buyer shall pay to Seller within 30 days of such termination, the reasonable costs
and all other expenses incurred by Seller prior to receipt of the request for termination (including but not limited to engineering, manufacturing
expenses and all commitments to its suppliers, subcontractors, and others), plus a reasonable percentage of the total of the foregoing for Seller’s
overhead and profit.

10. EVENTS OF DEFAULT. Seller reserves the right to suspend its performance, to advise Buyer of the revised shipment and/or delivery dates or
any increases in price, to stop delivery of Equipment in transit, to withhold shipments in whole or in part or to suspend its warranty obligations if Buyer
fails to make any payment to Seller when due, delays its issuance of letters of credit, delays Seller’s receipt of required technical information or
otherwise delays or fails to perform its obligations hereunder. Buyer shall be deemed to be in default and delivered goods shall be deemed accepted
and Seller shall be entitled to recover any unpaid balance of the purchase price together with any incidental damages upon the occurrence of any of
the following events, or of any other comparable event (i) Buyer ceases or suspends operation of its manufacturing plant, (ii) Buyer delays the
commencement or continuation of, or refuses to allow Seller to complete, any acceptance testing and the Buyer refuses to agree to a testing start
date within 30 days of such delay or refusal, (iii) Buyer fails to make any payment when due, (iv) insolvency of Buyer, (v) Buyer’s filing of a voluntary
petition in bankruptcy, (vi) the filing of any involuntary petition to have Buyer declared bankrupt provided it is not vacated within 30 days from the date
of filing, (viii) the appointment of a receiver or trustee for Buyer provided such appointment is not vacated within 30 days from the date of such
appointment, (viii) the execution by Buyer of an assignment for benefit of creditors.

11. CHOICE OF LAW. This Agreement, including its formation, performance, termination or enforcement, and the parties relationship in connection
therewith, together with any related claims whether sounding in contract, tort or otherwise, shall be construed, governed and enforced in all respects
in accordance with the laws of the State of New York, including the Uniform Commercial Code as enacted in New York but excluding New York’s
conflict of law principles. The parties exclude the application of the 1980 United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods
if it would otherwise be applicable. Except in regard to actions and proceedings referred to in paragraph 16, the state and federal courts of New York
shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all controversies arising out of or in connection with this Agreement. The parties consent to personal jurisdiction
in the courts of such state.

12. LIMITATIONS. The parties hereto covenant and agree that if either acquires any right or rights to bring any action, suit or proceeding against the
other for or as a result of any breach of this Agreement, except for non-payment of the purchase price, the party acquiring such right or rights shall
be conclusively deemed to have waived and relinquished the same unless such action, suit or proceeding is commenced within one year after such
right or rights arose.

13. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. Any and all specifications, quotations, agreements, contracts, information, samples and other materials of
whatever description, blueprints, drawings, diagrams or price lists, whether disclosed verbally or in written, graphic, photographic, electronic, recorded,
prototype or sample form, that relate to the design, manufacture, sale or production of Equipment or accompanying any quotation are confidential and
proprietary and shall remain the property of Seller and subject to recall at any time, and shall not be disclosed to others nor used for the design or
manufacture of any equipment. If the Equipment purchased by Buyer includes any software and/or firmware, it is acknowledged that such software
and/or firmware, together with all documentation provided by Seller in connection therewith, are proprietary to the Seller, and that the license to use
such software and/or firmware is personal to the Buyer. Therefore, Buyer agrees (a) not to reproduce, distribute or disclose to others such software
and/or firmware and to maintain same in confidence, (b) to use same only in connection with Buyer’s business and not to allow third parties to use it
without Seller’s prior written consent, and (c) not to make any modifications to the software and/or firmware for any reason whatsoever. Buyer will not
allow the design of the Equipment or the Equipment itself or any part of it to be copied, reverse engineered, or otherwise made available to a third
party, including any of Seller’s competitors.

14. ASSIGNMENT. This Agreement is not assignable by Buyer, except with the written consent of the Seller.

15. SECURITY INTEREST. Seller reserves a purchase money security interest in the Equipment, all additions and accessions thereto and all
replacements, products and proceeds thereof to secure payment of the purchase price. Such security interest will be retained until the purchase price
is paid in full. Buyer agrees that Seller will have the right to file this contract or financing statements pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code or
other applicable law to evidence or perfect Seller’s security interest in the Equipment. At Seller’s request Buyer will join with Seller in executing such
financing statements. Buyer also agrees that Seller will have the right to invoice Buyer and Buyer will pay all fees, taxes and assessments associated
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with the filing of this contract or financing statements.

16. STANDARDS AND SAFETY. The Equipment shall comply with the standards, regulations and laws at the place of business of the Seller. Buyer
shall provide Seller with any local standards, regulations and laws applicable to the Equipment and to the health and safety of personnel at the place
of intended installation. Seller will advise Buyer of any change in price relating to compliance with such standards, regulations and local laws. Buyer
will employ and maintain any safety guards, controls, warning signs and other safety devices and features, and provide all warnings and instructions,
which may reasonably be required for the safety of persons according to the location and use of the Equipment by the Buyer. Buyer shall use and
require its employees to use safe operating procedures in operating the Equipment and shall comply with all laws and regulations of any and all
governmental bodies or agencies having jurisdiction, including (without limitation as to operations conducted in the United States) the Occupational
Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHA), as amended, and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto and all amendments thereto with respect to the
installation and use of the Equipment. Buyer will not alter or misuse the Equipment in any manner which may constitute a danger to persons. Buyer
shall indemnify and hold harmless Seller from and against all claims, damages, losses and expenses including attorney’s fees arising out of or resulting
from its failure to comply with its obligations set forth in this paragraph, regardless of whether plaintiff or any other party alleges that Buyer acted
negligently. In addition to contractual indemnification, Seller shall be entitled to seek contribution from Buyer in any action or proceeding brought
against Seller and Buyer consents to being named as a third-party defendant and to the jurisdiction of the court in which the action or proceeding is
pending.

17. EXPORT CONTROL. The Buyer shall not re-export or transfer any Equipment, or authorize or permit any third party to re-export or transfer any
Equipment, to a country that is subject to an applicable trade sanction or embargo or to any customer or end-user that is subject to sanctions or other
export prohibitions or restrictions under any applicable export regulations. Buyer agrees to indemnify Seller against any liability caused by Buyer’s
failure to comply with the foregoing.

18. TAXES. Unless otherwise specified, the Seller’s prices do not include any federal, state, or local or foreign tax, duty or tariff of any kind that may
be applicable to the sale, purchase use, shipment, delivery, import, export or any other disposition of the Equipment.

19. CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICS. Davis-Standard, LLC and its affiliates conduct business in an ethical, safe and socially responsible manner,
in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Our Code of Ethics and Conduct found at https://davis-standard.com/about-us/code-of-ethicsconduct/ sets forth legal and ethical guidelines that support our endeavors to operate and transact business with the highest level of integrity. Buyer
agrees to comply with this Code of Ethics and Conduct while engaging in business transactions with Davis-Standard, LLC