Sherman Engineering

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    Sherman Engineering offers the optimum engineered vacuum and compressed gas systems. The Company's customers include medical facilities, power plants, paper mills, petrochemical refineries, educational, and pharmaceutical laboratories, as well as other users of general industry applications.


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    Employees (est.) (Mar 2020)21

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    Sherman Engineering has offices in Monroe and Prattsburgh
    Monroe, US
    68 Elaine Dr
    Prattsburgh, US
    13 Porter St
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    BeaconMedaes Vertical Zone Valve Box

    In the hospital, finding adequate wall space to locate and install medical gas zone valve boxes is difficult, especially within anesthetizing and critical care areas. With the introduction of the new vertical zone valve box, BeaconMedaes removes much of this burden, providing more versatility in loc…

    Edwards New GXS dry vacuum pump

    Our new GXS dry pumps take vacuum performance to the next level. With unique screw technology and world leading high efficiency drives, enabling advanced temperature control and long service intervals, you are guaranteed best-in-class pumping speeds and low running costs for many years to come. Be a…

    Ultima – Gardner Denver’s New Oil-Free Compressor Technology

    This next generation compressor utilizes high efficiency low and high pressure two-stage dry screw airends.

    Sherman Engineering Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Sherman Engineering founded?

      Sherman Engineering was founded in 1920.

    • How many employees does Sherman Engineering have?

      Sherman Engineering has 21 employees.

    • Who are Sherman Engineering competitors?

      Competitors of Sherman Engineering include Bryce Fastener, Habonim Industrial Valves & Actuators and Innovative Machine Solutions.

    • Where are Sherman Engineering offices?

      Sherman Engineering has offices in Monroe and Prattsburgh.

    • How many offices does Sherman Engineering have?

      Sherman Engineering has 4 offices.