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Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation

Spectroscopy
Volume 28, Issue 12, pp. 78

Company Description



When OEM System manufacturers around the world require precision, well-regulated high voltage power, one name most often comes to mind: Spellman High Voltage.

Over the past 65 years, Spellman has provided innovative system developers with custom designed high voltage DC power supplies to meet their unique application requirements.

Spellman boasts the world's largest and most experienced high voltage engineering staff, with world-class project teams experienced in specific applications and technologies, dedicated not only to new designs but also to sustaining engineering throughout the life of each product.

Markets Served

We offer high voltage power supplies with well-regulated outputs from 62 V to 500 kV, and from 200 mW to 200 kW. High stability, extremely low ripple, and low partial discharge features are available.

Spellman is also a world leader in Monoblock® integrated X-ray sources, CT gantry-mounted generators, telecom sub-marine power feed systems, and a large array of generators and power converters used in critical medical, analytical, scientific, and industrial applications.

Spellman offers the broadest range of products for the mass spectrometry, analytical instrumentation, and biotechnology fields. Specific applications include MS, TOF, MALDI, ICP, chromatography, CZE, SEM, ion sources, and a vast array of other analytical techniques. High stability, fast switching, multiple outputs, and RoHS compliance are a few of the key features of our comprehensive product range.

Facilities

Spellman maintains centers of excellence, manufacturing, and support in key regions around the world.



Our 100,000 sq. ft. main facility and global headquarters in New York includes engineering, service, administration, and manufacturing.

Spellman's low cost manufacturing center in Mexico is a state of-the-art, 205,000 sq. ft. complex devoted to high volume production. The 32,500 sq. ft. production facility in China provides high quality products at competitive prices to Asian and worldwide OEM customers.

Spellman's United Kingdom operation is a 27,500 sq. ft. facility and is our global center of excellence for high-precision analytical power supply design and production. Spellman's ISO9001 and 14001 certified production centers in New York, Mexico, China, the UK, and Germany utilize lean manufacturing techniques such as value stream mapping, focused factories, mixed and single model cells, and visual control systems in order to reduce cost and lead time.

Service centers in New York, Mexico, Germany, United Kingdom, China, Korea, and Japan provide Spellman's global OEM customers local technical expertise and rapid response repair capability.



Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corp.
475 Wireless Blvd.
Hauppauge, NY 11788

TELEPHONE
(631) 630-3000

FAX
(631) 435-1620

E-MAIL

WEB SITE
http://www.spellmanhv.com/

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