Hardly any other industry is as marked by rapid progress and change as the electronic industry. Today's trends are the natural standards of tomorrow. Innovations secure market share and revolutionary achievements characterize a new generation of devices.
In order to meet the demands of this fast moving industry, we put at your disposal our extensive portfolio, with solutions for the different applications and process involved in the electronic industry. These are:
Further down you can see in detail these processes and our specific solutions for each of them.
Nevertheless, we know that standard models not always fulfill your necessities. For it, we count with 5 technical centers, 2 of them in Europe (UK & Germany) that assist in developing customized solutions.
Semiconductor device fabrication is the process used to create the integrated circuits that are present in everyday electrical and electronic devices. It is a multiple-step sequence of photolithographic and chemical processing steps during which electronic circuits are gradually created on a wafer made of pure semiconducting material. Silicon is almost always used, but various compound semiconductors are used for specialized applications.
High vacuum valves are located in the exhaust pipe of the process chamber. In addition, ultra-pure gas valves are used to direct the process gases into the process chamber.
In order to optimise the processes, the temperatures of the individual chambers (especially the process chamber) are precisely controlled. Process valves, flow switches, pressure regulators and pressure switches are used for this purpose.
Cooling and temperature control units are used to precisely control the different chambers.
Exhaust line: Transfer chamber & Load-lock chamber: High vacuum valves are located in the exhaust pipe of the transfer chamber.
Regulators, flow switches, filters and vent valves are used to smoothly ventilate the transfer chamber. This avoids turbulence, which could cause particles to swirl.
Most semiconductor chips are laser marked, providing permanent, reliable and attractive markings in fractions of a second. Before packaging, silicon semiconductor wafers are identified using highly controlled lasers to avoid damaging the properties of the wafer.
In order to achieve optimal and consistent results, the temperature of the laser and the optics is precisely controlled. Process valves, flow switches, pressure regulators and pressure switches are frequently used for this purpose.
Thermo-chiller or thermo-con are used to precisely control the laser and optics. See some of our portfolio products here: