We make process equipment for use in Research and Development and pilot production applications in the Semiconductor and Life Science industries.
By reducing the amounts of chemicals required to meet a process need we can reduce cost and make the process equipment smaller, while minimising chemical consumption and waste.
All of our systems have been designed to transport the smallest amount of fluid possible to a reaction zone where the process task is carried out. Whether our machines are making emulsion droplets with a tight dimensional control or depositing a thin uniform film of a metal onto a silicon wafer, we believe that process performance does not need to be compromised.
Our automated systems can lead to accelerated learning cycles, thereby making processes more reproducible, which in turn helps develop new processes. Multi-step recipes and extensive data-logging coupled with simple fluid exchange results in the ability to carry out development activities in a cost effective and timely fashion.