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3/4/2020

Process Technology Offers Compact Inline Heater

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ChemHeat inline chemical heater designed for ultrahigh purity applications, including semiconductor filtration, sterilization and cleaning.  

ChemHeat inline chemical heater

ChemHeat inline chemical heater 

Process Technology’s ChemHeat inline chemical heater is a compact unit designed to provide value for all fluoropolymer wetted surfaces for ultrahigh purity applications, including semiconductor filtration, sterilization and cleaning. According to the company, the unit has a unique fluid path design and purge technology that eliminates high-temperature fluid permeation and detects leaks extending product life. It is said that a low internal volume results in faster heat up, precise and stable heating performance, lower surface temperatures and reduced chemistry costs. The company says the heater is highly adaptable and easily integrates into existing manufacturing systems and new tools with a small overall footprint, and is suitable for use with nonflammable wet chemistries, including water, acids, bases and solvents.

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