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20 December 2012

Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride orders P+E PE9000C hydrogen purifier

Power+Energy Inc (P+E) of Ivyland, PA, USA, which provides palladium-membrane-based hydrogen purifiers for the compound semiconductor and energy industries, has received an order for a PE9000C Series purifier from the Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride at the University of Cambridge.  The micro-channel palladium purifier will be used in a new Aixtron MOCVD reactor to purify hydrogen for gallium nitride (GaN) research, says the firm. 

"We require the highest purity gases for our advanced GaN research, which is why we have chosen the palladium membrane technology in the 9000C Series purifier." Professor Sir Colin Humphreys, Director, Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride.

The compact 9000C Series removes oxygen, moisture and carbon contamination to parts-per-trillion levels to assure a stable process regardless of source gas quality or flow rate.

Distributor for Japan appointed

P+E has appointed Fuse Technonet Co. Ltd as its exclusive distributor for Japan.  Fuse was established in 1996 to provide equipment for gas and fluid control to support semiconductor, environmental and energy company manufacturing.  Fuse has offices in Tokyo, Itami-shi and Higashi-Kurume-shi. The firm will provide sales, technical support and service for P+E’s complete line of gas purifiers and other products.

Tags: Power+Energy Hydrogen purifiers MOCVD GaN The Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride




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