The requirements and specifications for ultra high purity water in the microelectronics industry are considered to be the most stringent of any industry. Consistent and sustainable high quality water is critical to maintaining high product yields. It is estimated that it takes up to 30 liters of high purity water to make a single microchip. Data centers require huge amounts of purified water for cooling.

  • Cleaning and etching agents
  • Chip fabrication
  • Rinsing
  • Silicon wafer dicing
  • Cooling
  • Clean room humidification

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