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Last $13.22 USD
Change Today -0.07 / -0.53%
Volume 577.8K
As of 8:10 PM 05/6/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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129 Concord Road

Billerica, MA 01821

United States

Phone: 978-436-6500

Fax: 978-436-6735

ses. Materials packaged in SDS systems include primarily arsine, phosphine, germanium, and boron trifluoride. The third generation of SDS products, called SDS3, maintains all the inherent safety features of previous generation SDS products, but dramatically increases the gas storage capacity by using a new adsorbent. The company also offers Vacuum Actuated Cylinders, a complementary technology to SDS where select implant gases are stored under high pressure but delivered sub-atmospherically. Deposition Products Several processes for depositing thin films, such as CVD and atomic layer deposition (ALD) processes are enabled by advanced liquid, gaseous and solid precursors. The company is positioned for the incorporation of ALD processes by the semiconductor industry with its ProE-Vap ampoule. This proprietary container allows for the delivery of low volatility solid precursors required for processes that demand ALD, such as high-k gates. The company has also adapted the carbon adsorption technology used in SDS and incorporated it into products for semiconductor deposition processes marketed under the SAGE brand. These applications include low-k plasma-enhanced deposition (PE-CVD) processes using low-k materials, pre-metal dielectric high-density plasma (HDP-CVD), and films using phosphine gases and thermal deposition processes using germane gases. Given the increasing need for new materials used in semiconductor processes, the company is also developing a portfolio of new deposition products to meet the future needs of its customers. Surface Preparation and Copper Integration Products The company provides copper electroplating materials and processes in semiconductor development and manufacturing with its Viaform product, which includes inorganic and proprietary organic molecules that provide the wiring for copper interconnects allowing manufacturers to eliminate processing steps. The company also focuses on the total copper integration scheme with post-CMP cleaning solutions. In 2014, the company acquired ATMI, Inc. (ATMI), a Delaware Corporation based in Danbury, Connecticut. ATMI’s ST and AP photoresist strip and post-CMP cleaning materials are proprietary chemistries used for applications, such as semiconductor post-etch residue removal, wafer etching, organics removal, negative resist removal, edge bead removal, and corrosion prevention. In addition to filters for the purification of CMP liquid chemical slurries, the company offers a line of consumable PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) roller brush products to clean the wafer following the CMP process. The company’s Planarcore PVA roller brush is molded on the core to allow installation that reduces tool downtime and a dimensionally stable product that provides wafer-to-wafer cleaning performance. In addition, its CMP pad conditioners, based on its silicon carbide capabilities, offer preparation solutions for each distinct CMP pad application, with improvement in CMP pad life. Gas Microcontamination Products The company’s Wafergard, Chambergard, and Waferpure particle and molecular filtration products purify the gas entering the process chamber to eliminate system and wafer problems due to particulate, atmospheric and chemical contaminants. These filters are able to retain all particles 0.003 microns and larger. The company’s metal filters, such as stainless steel and nickel filters, reduce out gassing and improve corrosion resistance. The company’s Waferpure and Aeronex Gatekeeper purifiers chemically react with and absorb contaminants, such as oxygen and water, to prevent contamination, and its ChamberGard vent diffusers reduce particle contamination and processing cycle times. The company offers various gas purification products to meet the requirements of semiconductor processing. The company’s Aeronex Gas Purification Systems contain dual-resin beds, providing a continuous supply of purified gas without process interruption. These gas purification systems are capable of handling higher flow rates and longer duty cycles than cartridge purifiers. The company’s product line also includes filter housings and hybrid media chemical air filters, which pu

 

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