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High-performance sensors underpin semiconductor growth

21st November 2023
Sensors underpin semiconductor growth. As the semiconductor industry continues to advance in technology and innovation, the focus on safety, environmental responsibility, and community well-being is more critical than ever. The role of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in semiconductor fabrication processes necessitates advanced monitoring solutions to ensure the highest standards of safety for workers and neighbouring communities.
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Understanding Mercury

16th November 2023
Mercury (Hg) is a naturally occurring chemical element found in three forms: elemental mercury, inorganic mercury, and organic mercury.
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MiniPID 2: PID Sensor Lamp Explained

2nd November 2023
In a Photoionisation Detector (PID) sensor, the lamp type and its associated energy level, measured in electron volts (eV), are pivotal factors determining the sensor's sensitivity to various volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and its suitability for specific applications. Three common lamp types—10.0 eV, 10.6 eV, and 11.7 eV—offer distinct capabilities.
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