Macquarie Semiconductor and Technology on behalf of Qorvo US, Inc.
Date of Manufacture: 2013
Currently Configured for: 200mm
Current Equipment Status: Available
Location of Equipment: Farmers Branch, United States
Available date: Currently Available
MEI LLC Advancer 150
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Advancer Classic 150
MEI Advancer Series wet processing systems are highly configurable, semi-automated, modular, front-back, side mount robotic wet stations.
Ready High Performance, Low Cost Ownership
• Front-back side mount robot
• Bulk chemical ready
• Chemical spiking and in-tank blending
• Quick dump rinse
• Multiple clean, etch and strip applications
• 3 core platforms with 1–6 tanks
• Acid and solvent process
• Single or dual robot options
• 100mm to 200mm
Performance and Yield with IDX Flexware
• SECS/GEM compliant
• Touch-screen interface
Max Static Tank Size : Single 200mm / Dual 150mm
Max Recirculated Tank Size : Single 150mm
Concurrent Lots Processed : 1
Exhaust : Top
Available Tank Lids : Yes
Available Filter Recirculation : Yes
Available Mega/Ultrasonics : Mega/Ultra
Maintenance Access : Back
Available Chemical Fill Type : Manual, Fill-cup, Bulk
Available Spiking : Yes (Process dependent)
General Specifications :
Shell style: Single shell fully integrated design.
Shell material: Choice of FM4910 (Halar, CPVC, PVDF), polypropylene or stainless steel.
Facilities: Bottom-back mounted plenum drains, top or back exhaust connections available, low exhaust requirements, shared facilities and electronics. UL compliant electrical components.
The information referenced on this page is accurate to the best of our knowledge. We do not warrant the completeness or accuracy of the information contained herein. Interested parties are encouraged to request inspection to verify equipment condition, configuration, and completeness. Any offer to purchase equipment shall be subject to our standard terms and conditions of sale.
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