Category: Particle knowledge

July 9, 2015 08:43:08 PM

Product focus: NanoID® NPC10 NanoParticle Counter

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Product focus: NanoID® NPC10 NanoParticle Counter

The Nano-ID® NPC10 NanoParticle Counter is the first condensation particle counter specifically developed for ultra-clean manufacturing environments. It provides meaningful data fast with its high flow rate and 10 nm particle detection. By combining a10 nm sensitivity with a high sample flow rate, it gives the lowest zero count specification on the market. The Nano-ID NPC10 NanoParticle Counter provides single particle detection for the cleanest manufacturing and testing applications, and 2.8 LPM flow rate allows for fast and statistically valid measurements.

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July 9, 2015 08:41:43 PM

Application notes: Monitoring ultrapure water systems

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Application notes: Monitoring ultrapure water systems

Through continuous process and equipment advancements, semiconductor manufacturers are approaching 14 nm feature sizes and heading even smaller, while hard-disk drive fly heights are now less than 10 nm. This ever-reducing device feature size requires comparable cleanliness-level improvements in ultrapure water (UPW).

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June 21, 2015 11:20:00 AM

Learn about particle technology from PMS experts.

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Learn about particle technology from PMS experts.

Advance your knowledge of the technology needed to keep your environment free of microcontamination.

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June 11, 2015 10:54:43 AM

Attend our educational event about particle contaminants

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Attend our educational event about particle contaminants

Learn the sources of contamination and how to improve your processes with a trip back to college – Particle College® that is.

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May 26, 2015 01:56:00 PM

How clean is it? Surface particulate contamination and cleanliness testing

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How clean is it? Surface particulate contamination and cleanliness testing

How clean is it? Surface particulate contamination testing provides valuable information about the cleanliness of critical components.

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