Wagstaff Applied Technologies provides complete glovebox design and fabrication services for any size glovebox project. Our experienced staff includes every discipline necessary for a successful glovebox project including licensed Professional Engineers, experienced project managers, schedulers, purchasers, qualified welders, weld inspectors qualified to ASNT SNT-TC-1A, and quality assurance inspectors. Our skilled staff will make your next glovebox project a success.
Wagstaff AT's ASME NQA-1 2008/2009a Quality Assurance program has been audited and approved by several Department of Energy Prime contractors including Los Alamos National Security, Oak Ridge National Lab, Idaho National Lab, and Bechtel National, Inc. Waste Treatment Plant.
Gloveboxes were originally developed for handling hazardous nuclear materials in support of our national defense mission. Today, gloveboxes are still used by the Department of Energy in support of national defense, but they are also used in the pharmaceutical industry for research and manufacturing, in university and other research facilities, and in specialty manufacturing facilities.
Wagstaff Applied Technologies is a member of the American Glovebox Society (AGS). The AGS promotes the dissemination of knowledge through an annual conference and publications. The AGS produces a bi-annual magazine called The Enclosure, and they publish Guidelines and Standards as developed by the AGS Standards and Practices Committee.