Solvey Galden HT-200 Heat Transfer Fluid for Etchers CVD PVD 5 Kg Bottle PFPE Fluid Pour point ＜-85
Brand: Solvey Galden
Place Of Origin: Itlay
Bolling Point: 200℃
Pour point: ＜-85
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Solubility of Water
Molecular Weight, average
Dielectric Strength, 2.54 mm gap
Heat of Vaporization, at boiling point
CTE, linear, converted from volumetric expansion of 0.0011 cm3/cm3-°C
Specific Heat Capacity
Maximum Service Temperature, Air, as heat transfer fluid
Minimum Service Temperature, Air, as heat transfer fluid
Fluorinated heat transfer fluids are among the most expensive in the chemical industry. Commonly associated with single phase heat transfer applications in the semiconductor manufacturing industry these materials are well-suited to a variety of semiconductor manufacturing heat transfer applications, such as etchers, ion implanters and teste
Other safe heat transfer media for demanding applications including:
Vapor phase heating
Transformer and super computer cooling
Applications consist of component immersion, wafer etching, ion implantation, radar equipment, transformers, power supplies, UF6production, chillers, cooling towers, and freeze dryers.
Ventilation Requirements: Local Exhaust:
Vent vapors or mists generated by processing away from operating personnel. Local exhaust ventilation at a rate of 50 feet per minute.
Personal Protective Equipment:
No occupational exposure standards have been developed for this material. In situations where exposure to vapors or mists is likely, NIOSH/MSHA approved respirators are recommended. Respirator use limitations made by NIOSH/MSHA or the manufacturer must be observed. Respiratory protection programs must be in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.134.
Eye/Face Protection: ANSI Z87.1 approved safety glasses with side shields or equivalent.
Rubber or latex recommended but not necessary.
3M/Fluorinert and Solvay Galden are the two market leaders. With few suppliers, consumers must be resourceful in how they buy, use and dispose of these valuable materials. The great news is that these materials can be reclaimed to their original state at fraction of the cost of new. Reusing inert heat transfer fluids many times gains greater cost efficiencies. Under most conditions you can expect 90% of the contaminated fluid returned to like new quality resulting in minimal hazardous waste disposal. Using reclaimed heat transfer fluids decreases downtime on equipment & significantly improves your MRO budgett.