North Star Group manufacturers Inert Glove Boxes with low levels of O2. Our hybrid vacuum/purge method is efficient. The designs allow larger parts.
1+701-770-9118Assisted Purge Chamber
The purging process:After part placement and sealing the chamber use the low-vacuum pump to reduce the atmosphere and flush with argon.After flushing, use the vacuum pump and then flush again.Purging starts with a lower O2 atmosphereTurn on the dehumidifier/filter to reduce H2OAllow the weight differential of Argon and O2 to process.Work is commenced at 10 PPM O2 or less.Consumables
Spare parts and consumables on hand help with continuous operations.We recommendSpare glovesTorchGasketsAnd other items specific to your build as needed are held in the supply area as spare parts to make meeting deadlines easier. Factory Acceptance Tests
Moving, opening, and closing all latches and parts that move repetitiously to ensure fit and reliability.Timed Atmosphere testReceive your FAT before final delivery.
North Star Inert Glove Boxes is a division of the North Star Group (est. 2013)Michael Hoffman, CEO
Michael is an inventor with six US Patents granted. He is a serial entrepreneur and enjoys the challenges of making products that work as flawlessly as possible. firstname.lastname@example.org.Dr. Shuping Wang, Ph.D.
`Dr. Wang is our manufacturing partner. Michael and Shuping have worked on projects for years. Shuping and Michael share in patent work and manufacturing. Shuping received his degree from the University of Minnesota. He and his team build the designs (and improve them) that North Star Presents.William Preece, Sales Director USA and GlobalWith more than twenty years of experience growing sales with companies like Lincoln Electric, Bohler Welding Group USA, Inc, and others, William has the knowledge to provide great service to our customers.Graduate of Liberty UniversityJames D. Stewart, Technical Director and SalesAssistant Professor - Metals Fabrication and Welding Technology. James has his own shop, is involved with a large University shop, teaches students, troubleshoot, and is an extraordinary technical advisor.Certified Weld Inspector #14091831Master of Education in Workforce Development, The Pennsylvania State University email@example.comJamesS@nsgia.comMichaelh@nsgia.comFairhope, ALhttps://nsigb.com