Combined Technologies of CoorsTek and Former Covalent Materials Featured at SEMICON Japan
CoorsTek recently exhibited its complete line of semiconductor processing components at SEMICON Japan in Tokyo. For the first time at this event, the integrated capabilities of CoorsTek and Covalent Materials (formerly Toshiba Ceramics, now CoorsTek KK) were on display. CoorsTek acquired Covalent Materials in December 2014, shortly after last year’s exhibition.
CoorsTek featured high-purity ceramic materials and durable chamber-critical components including: exceptionally pure semiconductor-grade ceramics such as PureSiC™ CVD silicon carbide, PlasmaPure-UC™ alumina, and StatSafe™ ESD-Safe ceramics; aluminum nitride, graphite, quartz, yttria and other advanced materials; and custom-engineered components for RTP, epi, etch, implant, and other critical processes.
“As semiconductor fabs continue to move to advanced nodes, the need for intrinsic purity and process cleanliness becomes even more critical,” said Jonathan Coors, CEO of CoorsTek Semiconductor and Medical Group. “The addition of sophisticated CoorsTek KK technologies over the past year means we continue to develop new ways to help our customers achieve higher yields, less downtime, and faster throughput.”
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