All Specialty Gases articles – Page 6

  • The Linde Group unveils new $20m specialty gases production facility and $15m robot cylinder automation system at its Sydney Operations Centre in Wetherill Park.
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    BOC unveils $35m upgrade to Western Sydney manufacturing site

    2018-02-21T10:39:00Z

    BOC Australia, a member of leading gases and engineering company The Linde Group, has unveiled a new $20m specialty gases production facility and $15m robot cylinder automation system at its Sydney Operations Centre in Wetherill Park.

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    Semiconductor industry grows

    2018-02-13T11:49:00Z

    Toshiba has announced an investment of YEN 1.5 trillion into 3D-NAND flash memory devices, representing the largest capital investment ever made by a single corporation of Japan, The Gas Review revealed.

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    Helium supply tightening again

    2018-02-07T20:15:00Z

    Exclusive: Midway through the second month of 2018, and helium markets are again experiencing tight supply conditions, according to Phil Kornbluth, President of Kornbluth Helium Consulting.

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    Driving new electronics materials

    2018-02-02T10:49:00Z

    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.

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    Dopant gases: Developments in storage and delivery

    2018-02-02T00:00:00Z

    The electronics industry is entering a new period of clarity and confidence, gas world understands, as it converges with conviction on the technology roadmaps of its future. Like most other industries, however, the electronics sector is still under significant pressure to address increased process complexity, performance, and regulatory requirements.

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    Creating a semiconductor

    2018-02-02T00:00:00Z

    Gases have been a key enabler of the electronics industry since the first commercial transistors and integrated circuits were produced in the mid-twentieth century.

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    Created by nature, upgraded by Cryoin

    2018-02-02T00:00:00Z

    Cryoin Engineering is one of the leading global manufacturers of rare gases, as Joanna Sampson learns in an interview with Director Larisa Bondarenko.

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    The electronics gases business in China

    2018-02-02T00:00:00Z

    In 2016, China manufactured 2.1 billion sets of mobile phone, a 13.6% increase from 1.81 billion sets in 2015, and a one billion units increase over five years. This is just a simple example of how the electronics industry in China is booming, at an astounding rate.

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    Electronics gases – The clarity and confidence driving consumption

    2018-02-02T00:00:00Z

    Rewind 3 to 4 years, and much of the conjecture in the electronics business surrounded the next wave of expected technologies and wafer fabrication processes, from 450mm wafers to 14 nanometer (14nm) node transistors to lithographic patterning.

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    Now trending

    2018-02-01T00:00:00Z

    Happy New Year! We begin another 12 months of bringing our readers the very best in business intelligence with a review of the trends impacting the North American industrial gas industry. The writers and editors of gas world US are constantly in touch with industry leaders who work on the ...

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    Ever-growing consumption in electronics gases

    2018-01-04T10:51:00Z

    From perceived to being in something of a demand lull 5+ years ago, the electronics gases business is firmly in vogue right now, as the further expansion of Air Products’ supply to Samsung demonstrates.

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    Electronic specialty gas usage increasing in after-processing

    2018-01-04T10:40:00Z

    According to The Gas Review, dry etching is being used increasingly in manufacturing processes for mounting semiconductors and printed-circuit boards (PCBs) used in electronic devices.

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    $44m China specialty gases investment approved

    2018-01-02T11:04:00Z

    The Board of Directors of China’s Tangshan Sunfar Silicon Industries Co. Ltd has approved an investment plan of production of electronic specialty gases with an overall budget of RMB 287.24m ($44.5m).

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    Beyond UHP gases

    2017-12-15T12:43:00Z

    Driven by industry, the demand for higher purity gases seems to be never ending. It wasn’t that long ago that the packaging of UHP (Ultra High Purity, 99.999%) gases were generally reserved for a small percentage of the most sophisticated independent distributors and maybe not all branches of the major ...

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    Sino-German strategic cooperation creates a new chapter for Pfeiffer Vacuum in China

    2017-12-11T14:32:00Z

    Pfeiffer Vacuum has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Lanzhou Institute of Physics (LIP) in Asslar, Germany.

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    New Air Products plant on-stream in China

    2017-12-05T15:51:00Z

    Air Products’ new plant in eastern China has come on-stream to supply ultra-high purity gases to its customer in the park.

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    Harris Calorific

    2017-12-03T00:00:00Z

    The Harris Products Group, a Lincoln Electric Company,  is one of the largest independent manufacturers of pressure and flow control equipment with over 100 years of tradition.

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    The ever-changing rare gas market

    2017-12-01T11:02:00Z

    As we head in to 2018, we look back on a very interesting changing market for krypton (Kr), xenon (Xe) and neon (Ne) in 2017. Ne supply this year continued to increase as new plants came on-stream while the demand was growing slowly after the big decline of 2016.

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    Less is Moore

    2017-12-01T10:52:00Z

    Electronics manufacturing is a highly complex sequence of adding and subtracting material, with the resulting sum yielding circuits sometimes less than one hundred atoms wide. For over 50 years, Moore’s Law has driven an industry to make smaller devices on larger scales.

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    Securing the lab

    2017-12-01T10:50:00Z

    Our laboratories are vital to research and development, as well as to the production of countless products. For many industrial gas distributors, supplying gases and related equipment to laboratories is an important part of their business.