How To Improve Energy Efficiency and Reduce CO2 Emissions With Next-generation Purge Systems

Feb. 21, 2024
Semiconductor manufacturers face mounting pressures to reduce their energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. As part of this effort, the use of piezo-based valve technology in nitrogen purge systems can reduce emissions by up to 4 percent.

As semiconductor manufacturers are facing mounting pressures to reduce their energy consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, the push to become carbon neutral is a gargantuan international effort. Using piezo-based valve technology in the design of nitrogen purge systems reaps many benefits — including reducing carbon emissions by up to 4 percent, as demonstrated in a large semiconductor fab.

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