ENP Newswire -
Release date- 27092013 - SACHEM experts will be available at SEMICON Europa Booth #1441 to discuss recent process challenges and opportunities in semiconductor market.
Specific to the semiconductor industry, SACHEM will highlight the Envure System which offers next generation chemical components to assist manufacturers in meeting increasingly stringent performance and quality goals.
Envure System is a portfolio of high-purity chemicals for formulators developing lithography, selective etching, wafer cleaning and resist stripping solutions. SACHEM's chemical components are tunable with temperature and concentration, highly pure with good organic solubility and increased performance.
Envure ST - low water formulations components for strip applications
Envure SE- chemical components used in developing selective etch solutions
Envure DV - chemicals used by formulators of lithography applications
Envure CL&CM - chemical components for wafer cleaning solutions
TMAH Safety Services are consulting services available from SACHEM, offering instruction and training on the safe use and transport of TMAH.
SEMICON Europa is the leading trade fair of the European semiconductor industry and more than 300 suppliers of technologies, machines, equipment, components, materials and services for semiconductor production from 20 nations will exhibit.
Tel: +1 (512) 421-4900
Fax: +1 (512) 445-5066
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