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  • MICRO: Critical Materials
    in the semiconductor industry. This trend is particularly apparent in the area of high-purity-chemical analysis. Chemical suppliers have been confronted with the rapidly changing demands of the semiconductor manufacturing process, particularly as codified in the International Technology Roadmap
  • Specializing in Mission-Critical Pumps in Military/Marine Service
    and supporting military-grade, mission critical pumps is not a business for the faint of heart. Demanding an intense commitment to excellence, it is an area of the industry reserved for some of the most qualified, experienced and knowledgeable fluid transfer professionals among us. Blackmer has been
  • ZigBee-based Home Area Networks Enable Smarter Energy Management
    Home Area Networks (HANs) are becoming more prevalent as new wireless home automation and energy management products for controlling entertainment, lighting, climate and security systems hit the mass market. HANs will be instrumental in the success of Smart Grid initiatives to meet energy
  • MICRO: Critical Material
    , understanding and implementing these three will help prevent the corrosion and contamination problems associated with process fluid-distribution systems, an area of great concern to the semiconductor industry as linewidths continue to shrink and new processes are brought on-line. The recently
  • MICRO: Critical Materials
    Mohamed Saleem and Sowmya Krishnan, Ultra Clean Technology ith the advent of 300-mm and single-wafer processing, the semiconductor industry has placed increasing demands on precise process control and repeatability. One area requiring stringent process control to meet the demands of decreasing
  • HEPA Vacuums Play Critical Role in Lead RRP
    Among the EPA's Lead RRP required work practices are the use of a HEPA filter vacuum cleaner to safely collect and contain lead particulate in and around the work area.
  • Sterilizing Filters: Right Flow, Right Size Critical
    . In contrast, an optimized high-flow-rate filter with a flow rate of 6,000 L/hour/14.5 psi would require only 20 minutes, doubling equipment availability. In cases where that speed would be too high, it could be adjusted by reducing the filter s effective filtration area (EFA). Where, in the past
  • Brite Passivation-B
    The customer was experiencing corrosion problems. after brazing the two metals on the inside of the seal (see photo of. critical area). The customer needed to remove the rust while still. maintaining the integrity of the copper brazing material, and increase. the corrosion protection of the part.

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