Gerbig Engineering Introduces New Beam Extrusion

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Gerbig Engineering, a company that specializes in cleanroom design, manufacturing, installation and validation announces a new product for modular cleanrooms.

Gerbig Engineering, a specialist in cleanroom design, manufacturing, installation and validation announces a new beam extrusion to be added to their modular hardwall and softwall cleanroom systems. The new extrusion is designed to support the 7 ½" joist extrusion and connects to the 10 inch extrusion as well. The new extrusion allows softwall cleanrooms to be built up to 24 ft clear span without an intermediate support post.

"This new beam allows manufacturers to more efficiently use cleanroom space," said Tony Lema, Director of Sales for Gerbig Engineering. "Support posts can create significant space utilization and work flow issues, now modular or softwall cleanrooms can be built with fewer support posts."

Gerbig Engineering continues to introduce new cleanroom products and accessories, most of these are enhancements that reduce cleanroom clutter, improve cleanroom utilization or improve energy consumption. Gerbig Engineering is one of the leading experts in energy efficiency and precision environment controls.

Gerbig Engineering will design and build high efficiency and economical cleanrooms to meet exact contamination control requirements that range from Class 10 to Class 100,000. They work with a variety of industries including Medical, Microelectronics, Pharmaceutical, Semiconductor, Biotechnology and Healthcare.

Gerbig Engineering is located in Burnsville, Minnesota where they manufacture both softwall and hardwall modular cleanrooms. Gerbig has a second facility in North Branch, Minnesota facility they manufacture clean workstations, pass thru units and special doors for cleanrooms. For more information on Gerbig Engineering cleanrooms and cleanroom systems, please call them at 888-628-0056 or go to their website http://www.gerbig.com.

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