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Cleanroom Capabilities Introduced at Sustainable Manufacturing Pioneer, Harbec, Inc.

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Harbec Plastics

369 Rte. 104, Ontario, NY, 14519, USA

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Cleanroom Capabilities Introduced at Sustainable Manufacturing Pioneer, Harbec, Inc.

Press release date: January 22, 2014

Harbec, Inc. proudly announces their latest capability for producing tightly toleranced precision parts and within tightly controlled environments. The Harbec ISO class 8 cleanroom capability (https://www.harbec.com/cleanroom-capabilities/) minimizes microbes and bacteria by filtering air through a HEPA filter, which pressurizes the room and removes 99.9% of all particles—an extremely important factor in applications for which cleanliness is integral.

Based in Ontario, NY, Harbec, Inc. is best known as an innovative tooling, machining, prototype development, molding and production company. Harbec provides capabilities and solutions for the consumer product, sporting goods, defense/aerospace, transportation, medical, marine, and energy industries.

Bob Bechtold, President of Harbec states, "Representing our commitment to provide customers with high quality tightly toleranced and sustainable manufacturing solutions, the Harbec cleanroom offers the capability to test molds, develop prototypes, and produce parts in a tightly controlled environment. This is our latest investment to provide customers with superior value and with the backbone of a sustainable manufacturing operation that will achieved Carbon Neutrality at the end of 2013".

Harbec has strong capabilities in the use of innovative materials, problem-solving, and working with R&D and commercial organizations on unique prototypes or engineering and manufacturing groups on high volume production. HARBEC has capabilities for short (1-to-100 parts) or longer run (>1M parts) production. The new Harbec cleanroom can accommodate a range of prototype and production requirements.

Keith Schneider, General Manager of Harbec stated, "Our cleanroom capability is flexible to accommodate a diversity of customer requirements. The Harbec cleanroom is a modular device that can be customized to fit any application and built on to adapt to any project. The cleanroom goes over the molding machine, encompassing the molding area, making it as easy to use and cost efficient as it is effective. Its adaptability to fit molding machine means the possibilities are endless."

For more information on cleanroom molding please contact us, info@harbec.com.

About HARBEC
Founded by Bob Becht old in 1977, HARBEC's mission is to provide tightly toleranced prototypes, tooling, machined componens and quality injection molded parts in a sustainable manner with a social conscience. They pro vide superior customer service, satisfaction and timely delivery of custom engineer d solutions. HARBEC proudly foster an atmosphere of encouragement an d respect for the health and prosperity of their customers, employees, and the global community.

Harbec provides capabilities and solutions for the consumer product, sporting goods, defense/aerospace, transportation, medical, marine, and energy industries. Harbec has capabilities in the use of innovative materials, problemsolving, and working with R&D and commercial organizations on unique prototypes or engineering and manufacturing groups on high volume production. HARBEC has capabilities for short (1-to-100 parts) or longer run (>1M parts) production.

HARBEC is certified as an ITAR, ISO90002008, ISO14001, and ISO15001/SEP Company, demonstrating its use of "ecoeconomic" decisions and policies designed to ensure that its activities are sustainable. HARBEC has developed and implemented a myriad of solutions to offset emissions, utilize waste and conserve resources. HARBEC reached its goal of "no carbon footprint" by the end of 2013. Currently, the facility has a 250kW and 850kW wind turbines and operates a twentyfive microturbine combined heat and power plant which generates electricity and provides thermal energy to meet the heating and cooling requirements of the facility. For more information, please visit: www.HARBEC.com.

Media Contact:
Kate Chamberlain
HARBEC, Inc.
585-265-0010
katec@HARBEC.com

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