Established in 1970 by Dr. Normand C. Hebert after leaving Corning Glass Works. Dr. Hebert received his Ph.D. under Dr. Herbert C. Brown while attending Purdue University. Dr. Brown received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1979.
We've been building custom electrodes, as well as standard probes ever since. Electrodes have been fabricated for use on the Space shuttle, for studying the pH of animal stomachs in Patagonia, and many more custom applications for microelectrodes. We work closely with many in the Bio-pharmaceutical field, as well as research in SIDS. We make esophageal pH probes used to test the under-developed esophagus of neonates. We have also developed both CO2 and O2 trans-cutaneous sensors used for neonates.