Silica

In the high purity water processing systems, silica levels are usually the first to increase if there are any glitches during the production.

High purity water systems often measure trace silica as it is a reliable primary indicator of contaminants. Silica is one of the most abundant minerals on the planet and is found in all water supplies. In the chip manufacturing industry, trace silica has the potential to remain on the wafer of microchips as the UPW dries, which can lead to a significant loss in yield.

Analyzer AMI Silitrace Ultra

Colorimetric process analyzer for trace amounts of silica in ultra pure water.

  • Measuring range: 5 ppt (0.005 ppb) to 25 ppb

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Analyzer AMI Silitrace

Colorimetric process analyzer for silica in water steam cycles and high purity water.

  • Measuring range: 0.5 to 1'000 ppb

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