09 July 2012
Saint-Gobain Showcases Boron Nitride Solutions for Semiconductor and LED Industry at SEMICON West 2012
Amherst, NY — Saint-Gobain Ceramic Materials, Boron Nitride Products, a pioneer in advanced material solutions, announced today that it is showcasing its array of Boron Nitride solutions designed for semiconductor and LED industry at SEMICON West from July 10th to 12th, 2012. Located in South Hall, Booth 2342, in the Moscone Center San Francisco, Saint-Gobain Boron Nitride Products will exhibit solutions for the semiconductor industry including PDS® Products P-type and N-type planar diffusion sources, Combat® Boron Nitride solid components, and CarboTherm™ thermal management fillers.
CarboTherm™ Boron Nitride thermal management powders have the unique combination of high thermal conductivity and dielectric strength in one material – offering efficient heat management for today’s smaller, hotter, and faster electronic assemblies. Available in many particle sizes and distributions for product thicknesses from sub-micron to over 300 microns, CarboTherm™ offers the widest range of agglomerates and platelets to fit the thermal management needs of a variety of applications.
PDS® Products, P-Type and N-Type planar diffusion sources allow semiconductor fabricators to replace hazardous chemicals with an ease of set up and excellent control of parameters, achieving optimum performance of the fabrication device. With a uniform, defect-free diffused layer when compared to other gas and liquid doping systems, PDS® Products provide consistent high yields and uniform sheet resistance at reduced cost of ownership.
Combat®, a hot-pressed hexagonal Boron Nitride, exhibits a unique combination of chemical, electrical, mechanical and thermal properties, making it suitable for a wide range of high-performance industrial applications. Combat® solids fight off temperatures over 2000°C and, depending on the grade, carry a dielectric strength of nearly 1000 volts/mil. Hot pressed in billet form, Combat Boron Nitride Solids can be easily machined into intricate shapes.