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Stainless Steel Hoists, Cranes and Material Handling Equipment for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing to be Displayed by David Round Company at INTERPHEX

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

The David Round Company will exhibit the pharmaceutical industry’s most extensive selection of clean room material handling equipment at the upcoming INTERPHEX 2013 trade show, Booth #1105, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, NY, April 23-25, 2013. Included on display will be knockdown stainless steel portable floor cranes as well as stainless steel strap hoists designed exclusively for pharma use. Additionally, the company will have stainless manual chain hoists, stainless trolleys and stainless lift tables in its booth. All items represent the latest designs in pharmaceutical material handling equipment to minimize contamination potential.

“In the last few years, the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry has increasingly realized that hoists, cranes and other material handling equipment be constructed in stainless steel and entirely paint-free,” said Matt Downing, Director of Sales and Marketing and Stainless Steel Product Line Manager at David Round. “Pharma manufacturers are requiring that this type of equipment be fully cleanable using methods that do not interfere with production schedules. At this year’s INTERPHEX, once again we’ll be showcasing the industry’s most complete offering of stainless material handling products for lifting and transporting within clean rooms and other controlled environments.”

The David Round Company is the leader in design and manufacture of clean room lifting equipment. Its innovations help reduce contamination potential while providing ergonomic benefits for employees. To address the need to provide more hygienic surfaces on material handling equipment, the company maintains a manufacturing facility solely dedicated to improving the surface quality of stainless steel cranes.

Established in 1869, The David Round Company has become the pharmaceutical industry’s supplier of choice for stainless steel hoists. Eight out of ten of the largest pharmaceutical firms rely on David Round hoists in their newest facilities. In addition to its line of specialized clean room grade products, it makes standard floor cranes, wire rope hoists, jib cranes, winches and tractor drives. The company is recognized for its willingness to design and manufacture custom engineered material handling equipment to suit exceptionally demanding environments such as oil and gas production, pulp and paper manufacturing, water treatment and aviation in addition to pharmaceutical processing and food manufacturing.

The David Round Company
10200 Wellman Road, Streetsboro, OH 44241
Telephone: 800-535-2725
Fax: 330-656-1601

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