This library provides access to all the presentations that have been shared as part of the Ultrapure Micro conference since it began in 2015.
Study on particle behavior in ultrapure water
Developed by end users, technology and service providers, manufacturing experts and academics, the articles shared within are the result of collaborative partnerships and extensive research.
The use of EDI technology to recycle HF acid wastes from scrubbers and thermal treatment units
Electrodeionization (EDI) is one of the unit operations used to produce high-purity water. EDI can remove ionic contaminants from selected wastewater streams, so water can be recycled for reuse. This technology combined ion exchange (IX) and electrodialysis in a single cell.
UltrapureMicro community events and webinars bring together topic experts to discuss and debate industry challenges, providing a platform to disseminate their knowledge to a wider audience.
Deconstructing the Challenges of Facility 2.0.: Time-to-market and Supply Chain in the Microelectronics Industry