Gerbig Engineering Introduces New Cleanroom Construction Feature

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Cleanroom fabrication and consulting company introduces new feature to its Cleanroom systems.

Many of our clients are subject to facility inspections by their clients or by certification agencies. Exposed wiring and plumbing can make a cleanroom look cluttered or unorganized; eliminating that makes the cleanroom facility look more impressive.

Gerbig Engineering, a company specializing in the design, build, installation and certification of clean rooms, is announcing a new feature for its cleanroom construction. The feature is a raceway that is integrated into the framing system. The raceway allows wiring, cabling and plumbing to be threaded throughout the cleanroom and remain totally hidden.

The interlocking raceway channel can be put anywhere on the framing portion of the cleanroom, giving the user total flexibility in cleanroom layout.

"Most cleanrooms that we build are also showcases for our clients capabilities;" said Fred Gerbig, President of Gerbig Engineering. "Many of our clients are subject to facility inspections by their clients or by certification agencies. Exposed wiring and plumbing can make a cleanroom look cluttered or unorganized; eliminating that makes the cleanroom facility look more impressive."

The system will work for both the hard wall and softwall systems, and for portable or stationary cleanrooms. Existing AireCell Cleanrooms can be retrofitted with this raceway system.

Gerbig Engineering is a privately owned company that designs, fabricates and installs cleanrooms, modular cleanrooms and softwall cleanrooms. Gerbig Engineering also sells cleanroom furniture and cleanroom equipment. They are located in Burnsville Minnesota.

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