In Electronic manufacturing water treatment, pure water and ultrapure water with a very high degree of purity and functional water that dissolve gases into ultrapure water are used to clean silicon wafers and electronic components. Haliant Technologies offers a range of products such as media filtration, ultrafiltration, Reverse Osmosis Systems and Electrodeionization as well as functional water production systems. Haliant Technologies also offers a number of wastewater treatment systems and wastewater reclamation systems that provide an optimal means for treating the organic and inorganic wastewater discharged during the various production processes.
This Electro-Deionization (EDI) system produces ultrapure water for an electronics manufacturer. The EDI system treats reverse osmosis permeate water to produce de-ionized water with resistivity of 15 megohm or more.
A great deal of water, primarily utilized as a rinsing agent, is consumed in the manufacture of microelectronics and semiconductors. Electronic manufacturing water treatment provides a flow of extremely pure process water, or the quality of the end product can suffer. Additionally, with the sheer volume of effluent discharge, manufacturers require robust and consistent electronic wastewater treatment systems. Haliant Technologies manufacturers the equipment and has the experience necessary to tackle and solve these and other issues of this expanding industry.
With the stringent water requirements of the electronics and semi-conductor industry, implementation of electronic manufacturing water treatment systems is often needed to clean incoming water or reclaim and filter previously used process water. With a broad product range and over thirty years of expertise in reuse system design, Haliant Technologies will deliver a solution including all the necessary , to implement an onsite wastewater recycling program that will help conserve water and increase profitability.
This Reverse Osmosis System provides pure water for electronics manufacturing. Dual trains were supplied and each alternates operation automatically as demand dictates. Both trains include color touch-screen control panels with remote monitoring capability.