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多年来,客户和合作伙伴一直信赖我们

  • 严格的质量把控—— 所有的部件在出厂前都经过严格的测试把关,以保证产品卓越、可靠的性能.
  • 便捷的服务—— 与客户保持密切交流是我们核心竞争力之一. 我们在全国各地都设立了相应的服务网点并配有专业的服务工程师跟进客户的需求,完成故障排查、系统维护等,他们也是MBRAUN全球服务体系的骨干力量.
  • 备件库存—— 我们有大量核心零部件及易耗品库存,并通过及时供货来确保每一台设备都能够持续无间断地运转.

备件清单

信任是合作的基础,凭借多年来在惰性气体领域积累的技术经验,我们有实力提供从基础研发设备到即用型、大型工业定制化解决方案。原装备件供货以及专业级服务都是我们长期服务战略的重点所在.

实验室

MBRAUN设有独立的实验室,在这里客户有机会和我们的研发人员共同对镀膜材料进行纯度测试.

专享工具包

有些零部件时间久了之后会发生自然老化及磨损,为此MBRAUN专门推出一款“工具包”,包括以下物品:

  • 手套一副
  • 两个灰尘过滤器
  • 真空泵油一升
  • 手套孔盖
  • 更换操作指南

泄漏率测试

泄漏率测试设备一般用于隔离体或手套箱的密封性检测环节中,一般用于质量控制及售后服务阶段。

泄漏率测试设备在ISO 10648-2标准下完成整个全自动检测过程。只需要一部台式机或笔记本电脑即可实现过程控制。系统可提供一份完整的测试报告,包括所有的测量数据。

  • 紧凑型设计,集成大功率净化器(可选配双柱系统以实现7天24小时不间断循环)
  • 12种可选箱体规格 (单面或双面)
  • 模块化箱体设计便于扩展

FAQ

FAQ

What gasses do I need to run my glovebox?

In standard applications an inert gas supply of 6bar (80-90 psi) is required for operation of the system. Acceptable gasses for system use are Argon, Nitrogen and Helium.

The systems will also need a forming gas supply for regeneration of the purifier column. The gas should be 3%-10% hydrogen with the balance being the working gas used in the system. The forming gas should be supplied with a low range regulator (approx: 0-20 psi) so that flow can easily be adjusted when starting the regeneration process.

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

Does my system need to be connected to a facility exhaust? If so what should be connected?

Connection of the facility exhaust is optional and not strictly needed for system operation. For the installation and startup of a system, facility exhaust is not normally required.

While connecting the system to an exhaust is not required for proper operation, it is strongly recommended on systems where potentially hazardous substances are used.

If you choose to connect your system to an exhaust the main things that normally need to be connected are the purge valve, vacuum pump, and regeneration exhaust outlet.

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

What maintenance does my glovebox need and where can I get the required parts?

Typically the recommendations in our maintenance guide are suitable for most systems. If you have questions regarding the maintenance of your specific system please contact us.

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

What will happen to the system if there is a power outage? Should we do anything to prepare for a scheduled outage?

A power outage will not damage the system, when power returns the systems will continue in the same state it was in before the power outage. If an outage is scheduled it is best to stop work, turn off the systems functions and power down the system. In the event of a power surge or power fluctuation the frequency inverter for the circulation blower may experience an error. In this case simply turn circulation off, reset the error at the frequency inverter and turn circulation back on.

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

Do my Oxygen and Moisture probes need to be calibrated?

Frequency of calibration is dependent on the requirements of the user. The sensors have a specified drift of <10%/year at 10ppm. For some research applications it is acceptable to go for several years between calibrations of the analyzers. In production applications the sensors should almost always be calibrated annually.

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

My system displays the alarm 'Clean the H2O-sensor-refer to instruction manual'. What should I do?

This alarm automatically comes on every 2000 hours of sensor use to act as a reminder to service the H2O probe. The H2O sensor needs to be periodically cleaned and coated with phosphoric acid. This should typically be done about every 3-6 months. Refer to the instruction manual for directions on how to clean the probe. The alarm can be reset by navigating to the 'Common Parameters' screen, selecting 'Service H2O Probe', resetting the counter to zero and acknowledging the alarm. It is important to note that cleaning the probe is different than calibrating the sensor.

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

My glovebox displays the message 'Purifier: Filter 1 input main valves not open'. What does this mean and how can I correct it.

This message indicates that the main valves for the purification system are not fully open. These valves are electro-pneumatic and require approximately 80psi (5.5bar) to remain open. This error is almost always caused by the supply pressure being too low.

To correct the problem, check and adjust the supply pressure.

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

My system displays the alarm 'Motor protective switch vacuum pump VPG 1 activated'. What does this mean and how can I remedy it?

This means that the circuit breaker for the vacuum pump has tripped, this is normally due to the vacuum pump drawing too much current, but could also be because of a power surge or other anomaly.

The oil should be checked in the vacuum pump to be sure that it is clean and completely filled. Once this is verified the circuit breaker in the main electrical cabinet can be reset and the pump can be turned back on.

If the breaker continues to trip the current draw of the vacuum pump should be measured. On some systems the vacuum pump circuit breaker will have a variable amperage dial. In this case the allowable amperage can be increased to account for a small increase in current draw as the pump ages.

 

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

Does my glovebox system need cooling water to run efficiently?

Not necessarily, A heat exchanger is integrated into the gas purification system to achieve optimum working temperatures inside the glovebox. In hot climate zones it is recommended to connect the cooling water to the gas purifier to maintain comfortable working environments inside the glovebox. In laboratories equipped with air conditioner units which already maintain constant temperatures it is not needed to hook up cooling water to the gas purification system.

 

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

My system displays the alarm 'Blower GB1 motor protective switch activated or error frequency controller'. What does this mean and how can I remedy it?

This means that there is an error indicated on the frequency controller for the blower or that the breaker for the blower has tripped, this can be caused by excessive load or wear on the blower or by a power surge or fluctuation.

To rectify the issue, open the electrical cabinet and locate the frequency controller, it is typically labeled ‘U1’. Note the error displayed on the controller. Then turn circulation off. Verify the box filters are clean and change if needed. With circulation off reset the controller by pushing the appropriate key on the controller. Once the code is cleared turn circulation back on. 

If the issue persists contact M. Braun Service with the project number of your glovebox and the error code from the controller. 

If the LCD on the controller is off, contact M. Braun Service.

 

Last update on 22.05.2019 by Administrator.

Return Request

Directions for returning goods to The M. Braun Group

  1. Fill-in the downloaded form (see "Form Download" below).
  2. Fax it to M. Braun Inertgas-Systeme GmbH at following number +49 (0)89 32669 235 (Germany) or 603-773-0008 (USA
  3. In due course, our personnel will provide you with a return authorization number and, in case of advanced exchange or repair, a quotation for the service (in case of paid repair, this may follow reception of the failed unit).
    Failure to return goods, that require exchange or repair, within 21 days would cause an invoice for the full purchase price of the replacement product to be sent.
  4. Pack goods appropriately (for exchange please use packing material of replacement unit), ensure shipment documentation and package label clearly shows assigned return aauthorization number. Further it is requested to attach the contamination declaration in- and outside of the package. Please note: MBRAUN cannot accept any return without such reference.  

     

  5. Returns to Germany:
    M. Braun Inertgas-Systeme GmbH
    Dieselstraße 31
    D-85748 Garching
    Germany

    Returns to USA:
    M. Braun, Inc.
    14 Marin Way
    Stratham, NH 03885

    Do not ship contaminated goods at above mentioned address.

      

Form Download

Request of Return – MBRAUN

9_form-contamination_gloveboxes.pdf (88.9 KiB)

Request of Return – Varian

10_form-contamination_varian.pdf (330.1 KiB)

Request of Return – VAT

11_form-contamination_vat.pdf (520.0 KiB)

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