Not Shown: Range of Options - Options include ionizing module, port caps, stainless steel ports, trace oxygen controller and nitrogen generator
|Model||Glove Ports||A in. (mm)||D in. (mm)||F in. (mm)||H in. (mm)||I in. (mm)||L in. (mm)||M in. (mm)||N in. (mm)|
|Single, in. (mm)||2||16.56 (421)||24 (610)||28.88 (734)||35 (889)||11.75 (298)||28 (711)||16 (406)||14.75 (375)||14 (356)|
|Twin, in. (mm)||4||16.56 (421)||24 (610)||52.47 (1333)||58.5 (1486)||11.75 (298)||28 (711)||16 (406)||14.75 (375)||14 (356)|
Nitrogen Generators give you a reliable point-of-use supply of up to 99%-pure nitrogen. Eliminate the drawbacks of canisters and 3rd-party suppliers! You control volume, purity and rate; all you need is a clean compressed-air feed. Terra's three sizes of maintenance-free membrane generators meet several capacity requirements are ideal for back-filling or continuous flow into desiccators, glove boxes, vacuum chambers and incubators.
Terra glove boxes are designed as positive-pressure isolation chambers that operate with a continuous inflow of process gas and include bleed valves to relieve overpressures. Unless specified, they are not designed as low-leak or air-tight containment chambers, nor should they be used with hazardous substances that require air-tight seals. In containment applications, a glove box should typically be operated under continuous negative pressure, via a ventilated duct, so that any small leaks do not contaminate the operator or the environment.