Nitrogen enhanced purge system benefits optical component manufacturing

AGM Container is offering its NEPS 1000 nitrogen enhanced purging system – already successfully deployed to remove moisture from sealed optical components for military, industrial, and related applications – for optical communications component and subsystem manufacturing applications.

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AGM Container is offering its NEPS 1000 nitrogen enhanced purging system – already successfully deployed to remove moisture from sealed optical components for military, industrial, and related applications – for optical communications component and subsystem manufacturing applications.

The portable NEPS 1000 creates a dry environment within equipment or a system by measuring the dryness of the purge gas as it leaves the system being dried, thus minimizing the amount of nitrogen needed per purge, AGM Container asserts. The system also can use dry air, argon, and SF6 gases.

A built-in microprocessor controls all functions and can be user-programmed to switch the display from °F to °C. A standard leak test function capability is included as standard. An AC cord power lead, connection tubing, and operator manual are supplied as part of the standard equipment as well.

Other features of the NEPS 1000 include:

  • Simple installation
  • Maximizes nitrogen usage minimizing nitrogen costs
  • Measures the dryness of the purge gas
  • Choice of operating pressures
  • Internal and remote sensing facility for automatic control
  • Suitable for use with containers and enclosures
  • Easy to use single connection purging
  • Dew point and pressure indication.

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