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  • Automated Filter Tester

    3160 - TSI Inc.

    Automated Filter Tester 3160 is the most advanced automated tester available for challenging filters and filter media with submicrometeraerosols. It can be used to test both low- and high-efficiency filters and filter media, up to 99.999999% efficient (eight 9’s),or penetrations down to 0.000001%. The 3160 uses a bank of atomizers and the TSI Electrostatic Classifier to challenge a filter or filter media with known-size, monodisperse particles.

  • Aerosol Neutralizer

    3077A - TSI Inc.

    Aerosol Neutralizer 3077A has five times the activity of the Model 3077. The 3077A is offered for general-purpose applications involving highly charged aerosols and low flow rates. It is supplied with our Model 3034 Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer™ (SMPS) spectrometer.Features and Benefits Radioactivity of 370 MBq Maximum flow rate of 5 L/min Kr-85 source

  • Alpha Beta Radiation Counter

    IPC-650-HP - North American Technical Services

    The IPC-650-HP ultra-low background windowless automatic is a newly redesigned instrument based upon the IPC-650, which was the foundation product of Protean. The ICP-650-HP incorporates a built-in color touch screen Interface and is targeted toward health physics applications. This hemispherical, windowless, gas-flow proportional counter design offers the best efficiencies available for low-energy beta and alpha particles.

  • Alpha Beta Radiation Counter

    IPC-650 - North American Technical Services

    The IPC-650 ultra-low background windowless automatic is a newly redesigned instrument based upon the IPC-650, which was the foundation product of Protean. The IPC-650 is intended to address only the radiochemistry market and does not have a built-in interface, thus is only operated from a PC running the Vista 2000 radiochemistry software. This hemispherical windowless gas-flow proportional counter design offers the best efficiencies available for low-energy beta and alpha particles.

  • Zeta Potential Analyzers

    Brookhaven Instruments Corporation

    Almost all particulate or macroscopic materials in contact with a liquid acquire an electronic charge on their surfaces. Zeta potential is an important and useful indicator of this charge which can be used to predict and control the stability of colloidal suspensions or emulsions, for example. The greater the zeta potential the more likely the suspension is to be stable because the charged particles repel one another and thus overcome the natural tendency to aggregate. The measurement of zeta potential is often the key to understanding dispersion and aggregation processes in applications as diverse as water purification, ceramic slip casting and the formulation of paints, inks and cosmetic

  • Reticle Defect Inspection Systems for Mask Shops

    Teron 600 Series - KLA-Tencor Corp

    The Teron 640e reticle inspection product line advances the development and qualification of leading-edge EUV and 193 patterned reticles in mask shops by detecting critical pattern and particle defects. Using die-to-database or die-to-die modes, these inspection systems are designed to handle the wide range of stack materials and complex OPC structures characteristic of the latest 7nm and 5nm device nodes.

  • Random Number Generation

    ID Quantique SA

    Quantis is a family of hardware random number generators (RNG) which exploit elementary quantum optical processes as a source of true randomness (cf. Wikipedia: physical phenomena with quantum random properties). Photons (light particles) are sent, one by one, onto a semi-transparent mirror and detected. The exclusive events (reflection or transmission) are associated to “0” or “1” bit values. Such quantum processes provide instantaneous and inexhaustible entropy.

  • Next Generation Impactor

    170 - MSP Corporation

    The NGI is a high-performance, precision, particle classifying cascade impactor designed for testing MDIs, DPIs, nebulizers and aerosol and nasal sprays. Calibrations to document the stage cut-off aerodynamic diameters at 15, 30, 60 and 100 L/min were conducted according to pharmaceutical standards. The NGI has seven stages plus a micro-orifice collector (MOC) and its main features include: 1)Designed by and for the pharma industry; 2)Meets and exceeds all USP and EP specifications; 3)State of the art aerodynamic performance; 4)Operates at any flow rate between 15 and 100 L/min;5)Particle size range covered: 0.24 to 11.7 microns (dependent on flow rate);6)7 stages total with 5 stages always in the cut-off range between 0.54 and 6.12 microns; 7)Corrosion resistant construction; 8)Electrically conductive; unaffected by static; 9)Excellent accuracy, reproducibility and stage efficiency: all stages 500 < Re < 3000; 10)Easy drug recovery with low inter-stage losses; 11)Comprised of just 3 main parts to lend itself to practical semi and full automation; 12)Monographs incorporated both into the USP and EP

  • Envelope Density Analyzer

    GeoPyc 1365 - Micromeritis

    The GeoPyc employs a unique displacement measurement technique that uses Dry Flo, a quasi-fluid composed of small, rigid spheres having a high degree of flow-ability. The sample is placed in a bed of Dry Flo which is agitated and gently consolidated about the sample. The GeoPyc collects the displacement data, performs the calculations, and displays or prints the results. The GeoPyc automatically determines the volume and density of a solid object by displacement of Dry Flo, a solid medium. The medium is a narrow distribution of small, rigid spheres that have a high degree of flow ability and achieve close packing around the object under investigation. The particles are sufficiently small that during consolidation they conform closely to the surface of the object, yet do not invade pore space.

  • DEFECT INSPECTION

    Semilab

    "Bulk Micro Defects," (BMD) is a term commonly used to refer to oxygen precipitates in silicon. In fact, many imperfections in the silicon lattice create defects, and BMDs could be any imperfections including oxygen precipitates, voids, inclusions, slip lines, etc. BMDs go by many names, referring to the problems they cause, how they were created, or their physical characteristics. Examples include COPs (Crystal Originated Particles) and Grown-In Defects.Dislocations can be formed during crystal growth but also at thermal processing of wafers, during CMOS device manufacturing like epitaxial layer growth and implant anneal steps.

  • ±2 kV Electrostatic Chuck Supply

    Model 645 - TREK, INC.

    Trek’s Model 645 software-driven Electrostatic Chuck Supply offers an array of features that provide significant benefits while accommodating a variety of demanding applications. Documented use shows that customers have seen increases in efficiency and throughput equal to three times that of other supplies. Additionally, the Model 645 virtually eliminates sticky wafer and wafer popping issues, thus ensuring better control over particle contamination. Given the versatility and performance of the Model 645, it can be used in multiple unique tools/processes, thus eliminating the need to specify a new supply for each unique tool/process in a facility.

  • ±3 kV Electrostatic Chuck Supply

    Model 646 - TREK, INC.

    Trek’s Model 646 software-driven Electrostatic Chuck Supply offers an array of features that provide significant benefits while accommodating a variety of demanding applications. Model 646 incorporates Trek technology which has demonstrated increases in efficiency and throughput equal to three times that of other supplies. Virtual elimination of sticky wafer and wafer popping issues ensures better control over particle contamination. Given the versatility and performance of the Model 646, it can be used in multiple unique tools/processes, thus eliminating the need to specify a new supply for each unique tool/process in a facility.

  • Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy

    Hy-Ternity ® - Indatech

    Standard Visible and Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy performs one single spectrum measurement per sample. Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy (SRS) performs measurements at different distances from the illumination point. This approach provides chemical information but also physical one such as particle size and shape, cell density, uniformity and even weight. As a result, the surface analyzed is also much more important which copes for the recommendation of pharmacopeia. In addition, Several research centers have demonstrated the superiority of Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy and multipoint imaging techniques over standard NIR one.

  • SC-1 Monitor

    CS-131 - HORIBA, Ltd.

    The CS-131 is a high-precision chemical concentration monitor designed for use with SC-1 solutions used in cleaning processes during semiconductor manufacturing. It offers a faster response speed in a more compact size than anything available to date. The CS-131 monitors the concentrations of the individual components of the SC-1 solutions (NH3/H2O2/H2O) which is widely used to remove particles and organic substances. The monitor has a number of outputs which can be utilized to keep the concentrations of the individual elements of the SC-1 solutions within the allowable ranges; this eliminates unnecessary replacement of chemicals potentially increasing bath life time and reducing chemical cost. In addition, a model with an integrated cooling unit is available, allowing accommodation of a broader range of sample temperatures.

  • Far Infrared Systems

    Sciencetech, Inc.

    Far-Infrared and terahertz (THz) radiation is the spectral region at the long wavelength end of the infrared and the short end of the microwave region, also known as the sub-millimeter wavelength spectral region. Recently, there has been an explosion of interest in THz applications as the radiation generated can penetrate various materials. THz light is commonly used in materials science, security, pharmaceutical com- pound analysis, biomedical imaging, superconducting materials, astronomy, and particle physics research.