Electronic Fluorocarbons – Driving new electronics materials


Electronic Fluorocarbons (EFC), headquartered in Massachusetts, utilizes the latest technology for the  purification and microanalysis of its legacy fluorinated specialty gases and rare gases for the medical and electronics semiconductor manufacturing industries.

EFC’s quest for higher purity products is an ongoing commitment as it continues to invest in research to establish new product purity specifications for the electronics industry and develops innovative purification methodologies that meet or exceed current industry standards.

This commitment to innovation is evident in EFC’s recent alliance with Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. As part of the Industrial Liaison program, EFC has built and equipped a state-of-the-art fluorination research laboratory in the Chemistry Department at Lehigh, gaining access to the university’s analytical equipment and research infrastructure to support the fundamental science behind its development of new materials for electronics applications. These include rare and fluorinated electronic specialty gases, accessible only through the use of advanced fluorine chemistry and purification techniques.

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