Saint Denis, FRANCE - Technic, a leading global provider of semiconductor grade ultrapure chemicals, has announced a new collaboration with Agilent Technologies, a leading distributor of analytical and scientific instrumentation for achieving clean room ppt level metal trace analysis capabilities.
The collaboration will provide ongoing support to Technic utilizing the Agilent 8900 ICP-QQQ multi-element analyzer, and in turn, Technic will provide Agilent access to the company’s new metalfree clean room operation which will open in early 2019 at its Saint Denis facility. The new lab enables both Technic and Agilent to showcase the best-in-class quality control capabilities and instrumentation for semiconductor customers.
"We have worked with Agilent for many years and have a very good understanding of their products and services. We are excited to be adding their specialized, high-caliber equipment to our direct capabilities, such as the latest 8900 ICP/MS and the GC/FID-MS Intuvo for molecular and elemental analysis." Samir SAFI Head of Quality Control Department, Technic France
The new Agilent 8900-QQQ instrument will provide Technic with state-of-the-art sub ppb/ppt level capabilities for measuring 32S, 31P, 28Si, and 37Cl using mass shifting and filtering out interferences. This will enable Technic to control surfactant concentration in formulations at a precision never before seen. The Agilent 8900 ICP-QQQ delivers one of the lowest BEC ever achieved on a quad ICP/MS, providing more robust results and a much higher degree of accuracy.
Technic Inc. is a Rhode Island based corporation with over 950 employees worldwide. For over 75 years, Technic has been a global supplier of specialty chemicals, custom finishing equipment, engineered powders, and analytical control systems to the semiconductor, electronic component, printed circuit board, industrial finishing, and decorative industries. Technic is also a major supplier of engineered metal powders to the solar industry. Learn more at www.technic.com