Semiconductor

Specialty plastics for the semiconductor industry

Choose from advanced plastics with low porosity and dielectrical advantages to accelerate your semiconductor engineering. Count on us to machine the specialty components that will carry you to the next breakthrough.

We machine high-performance dielectric components, seals, liners, trays and more.

Contact us for the most precise, durable plastic parts for semiconductor research, development and manufacturing.

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Materials

Acetal

Acetal is an engineering thermoplastic for precision parts. It offers high stiffness, low friction and excellent dimensional stability.

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• Acetron GP Black
• Acetron MD
• Acetron® GP Natural
• DELRIN 511P (enhanced homopolymer)
• DELRIN AF 100
• DELRIN AF blend (Teflon® fiber filled)
• DELRIN® (acetal homopolymer)
• TECAFORM AD HPV13 (Teflon® powder filled)
• TECAFORM AH SD (static dissipative)
• TECAFORM® AH (acetal copolymer)
• ZL 900 AS (static dissipative acetal copolymer)
• ZL 900 C Black (acetal copolymer)
• ZL 900 C Blue (acetal copolymer)
• ZL 900 H Black (acetal homopolymer)
• ZL 900 H Natural (acetal homopolymer)
• ZL 900 U ELS (conductive acetal copolymer)
• ZL® 900 C Natural (acetal copolymer)

Acrylic/PC

Acrylic polymers provide transparency, durability and elasticity.

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• AC-300™ Acrylic (general purpose grade)
• AC-350™ Acrylic (bending grade)
• PC-300™ Polycarbonate (general purpose grade)
• PC-350™ Polycarbonate (bending grade)
• StatiCon Glazing AC-350™ Acrylic (bending grade)
• StatiCon Glazing PC-300™ Polycarbonate (general purpose grade)
• StatiCon Glazing PC-350™ Polycarbonate (bending grade)
• StatiCon® Glazing AC-300™ Acrylic (general purpose grade)

CPVC

Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride offers excellent corrosion resistance at high temperatures (higher than PVC). It is bendable, shapeable, weldable and is fire-retardant.

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• CPVC-300™ FM 4910 (general purpose grade)
• CPVC-350™ FM 4910 (bending grade)

ECTFE

ECTFE offers excellent corrosion resistance, including resistance to acids at high concentrations and temperatures. It also resists caustic media, oxidizing agents and solvents.

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• Halar® ECTFE
• Symalit® ECTFE (unfilled, extruded)

ESD

ESD plastics reduce static electricity. They are ideal for protecting electrostatic-sensitive devices or containing flammable liquids or gases.

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• AC-300™ Acrylic (general purpose grade)
• AC-350™ Acrylic (bending grade)
• CPVC-300™ FM 4910 (general purpose grade)
• CPVC-350™ FM 4910 (bending grade)
• PC-300™ Polycarbonate (general purpose grade)
• PC-350™ Polycarbonate (bending grade)
• StatiCon Glazing AC-350™ Acrylic (bending grade)
• StatiCon Glazing PC-300™ Polycarbonate (general purpose grade)
• StatiCon Glazing PC-350™ Polycarbonate (bending grade)
• StatiCon® Glazing AC-300™ Acrylic (general purpose grade)

Life Science Grade

Life Science Grade plastics are designed for medical and scientific use. They include plastics that are sterilizable, anti-microbial, implantable and more.

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• Ketron LSG PEEK

PAI

Polyamide-imides have excellent mechanical, thermal and chemical resistant properties.

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• Duratron T4301 PAI (bearing grade, extruded)
• Duratron T4501 PAI (bearing grade, compression molded)
• Duratron T4503 PAI (electrical grade, compression molded)
• Duratron T4540 PAI (bearing grade, compression molded)
• Duratron T5030 PAI (30% glass filled, extruded)
• Duratron T5530 PAI (30% glass filled, compression molded)
• Duratron T7130 PAI (30% carbon fiber filled, extruded)
• Duratron T7530 PAI (carbon fiber filled, compression molded)
• Duratron® T4203 PAI (electrical grade, extruded)
• Semitron® ESd 520HR (static dissipative, compression molded)

PBI

PBI resin parts maintain their tensile properties and compressive strength up to 700 °F (371 °C). PBI resins also offer excellent chemical resistance.

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• Duratron® CU60 PBI
• Duratron® CU60 PBI (unfilled, compression molded)
• Tecapeek CF30
• Tecapeek CMF
• Tecapeek GF30
• Tecapeek ID
• Tecapeek PVX
• Tecapeek ST
• Tecapeek ST
• Tecapeek®

PEEK

PEEK offers excellent mechanical and chemical resistance properties, even under high temperatures. It is compatible with ultra-high vacuum applications.

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• Ketron CA30 PEEK
• Ketron CM CA30 PEEK
• Ketron CM GF30 PEEK
• Ketron CM HPV
• Ketron HPV
• Ketron LSG PEEK
• Ketron® 1000 PEEK
• Semitron ESd 480
• Semitron MP 370
• Semitron® MDS 100
• Tecapeek CF30
• Tecapeek CMF
• Tecapeek GF30
• Tecapeek ID
• Tecapeek PVX
• Tecapeek ST
• Tecapeek ST
• Tecapeek®

PEI

Polyetherimide offers similar characteristics as PEEK, but is less expensive and lower in impact strength and usable temperature.

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• Duratron PEI (30% glass reinforced)
• Duratron® PEI
• TECAPEI glass fiber reinforced 
• TECAPEI™ unfilled Ultem

Phenolic

Phenolics were the first synthetic resins used commercially. They are suitable for a wide range of applications and industrial products.

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• Epoxyglas Cowskin™ Laminate
• Epoxyglas G10 nonFR Laminate
• Epoxyglas HT G11 nonFR Laminate
• Epoxyglas HT™ G11 FR5 Laminate
• Epoxyglas™ G10 FR4 Laminate
• Melaglas™ G5 / G9 Laminate
• Phenolfab L / LE Laminate
• Phenolfab™ C / CE Laminate
• Phenolkraft XXX Laminate
• Phenolkraft™ XX Laminate
• Siliglas™ G7 Laminate

PI

Polyimides have high heat-resistance and ideal for many demanding applications, including high temperature fuel cells, displays and military technology.

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• Duratron D7015G PI
• Duratron D7015G PI (bearing grade, compression molded)
• Duratron® D7000 PI
• Duratron® D7000 PI (unfilled, compression molded)

PPS

Polyphenylene sulfide is an engineering plastic that can be machined to high tolerances. Its maximum service temperature is 424 °F (218 °C), and it resists solvents up to approximately 392 °F (200 °C).

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• TECATRON GF40 (40% glass reinforced Quadrant PPS)
• TECATRON® PPS
• TECHTRON 40% Glass-Reinforced Quadrant PPS
• TECHTRON HPV PPS
• TECHTRON® PPS

PPSU

Polyphenylsulfone is a heat and chemical-resistant moldable plastic. It is often used for rapid prototyping and rapid manufacturing. It has essentially no melting point and shows tensile strength up to 55 MPa (8000 psi).

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• Quadrant® PPSU
• Radel® PPSU
• TECASON™ P polyphenylsulfone

PSU

Polysulfones offer toughness and stability at high temperatures. They are often a superior replacement for polycarbonates.

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• Quadrant® PSU 1000
• TECASON™ S polysulfone

PTFE

PTFE has a high melting temperature, outstanding dielectric properties and low friction.

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• DuPont™ Teflon®
• Fluorosint 207 PTFE
• Fluorosint 500 PTFE
• Fluorosint HPV PTFE
• Fluorosint® MT-01
• PTFE (carbon filled)
• PTFE (glass filled)

PVDF

Polyvinylidene fluoride is a non-reactive and pure thermoplastic fluoropolymer. It is chosen for its high purity, strength and low smoke generation in fire. It resists solvents, acids and bases.

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• Kynar® PVDF
• Symalit® PVDF
• TECAFLON PVDF (semiconductor grade, especially suited for industry applications)

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