Saint-Gobain NorPro has been servicing the petrochemical, chemical, refining, environmental and gas processing industries for well over 100 years. . .an evolving company that started as United States Stoneware Company in 1859, producing chemical stoneware in the design and fabrication of random packing used in chemical processing reactors.
Norton Compay acquired United States Stoneware in 1966, and from there, the company was named Norton Chemical Process Products (Norton CPPC) and grew to include not only ceramic random packing for heat and mass transfer applications, but custom catalyst carriers and catalyst bed support media for refining, gas processing and petrochemical applications.
Saint-Gobain, one of the largest industrial corporations in the world, acquired the Norton Company in 1990. The Norton CPPC name was changed to Saint-Gobain NorPro to reflect the change in ownership and direction. Today, Saint-Gobain NorPro is an international company with an undisputed leadership position in providing an impressive collection of engineered ceramic media and shapes.
Saint-Gobain NorPro is proud of its elaborate research and development facilities, diligently working towards providing customers with the latest technology to improve your overall process and bottom line. Our history shows that we are prepared for the long haul. We will do whatever it takes to imagine, develop and manufacture technology-driven ceramic solutions to meet your next challenge.
Saint-Gobain NorPro operates seven world class manufacturing facilities on three continents. Our strategically located manufacturing facilities in Asia, Europe, and the United States maintain the strictest product and material standards and provide the same consistent high-quality and outstanding service to customers the world over. As part of our ongoing commitment to quality, we continue to track our performance with an eye toward further improvements. Our customers benefit in knowing that our reputation is fueled by our desire to be the best.