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Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions Ramps Production of NanoCount 30+ Liquid Particle Counters for High Purity Water Applications
Date:12/6/2012

Fremont, CA (PRWEB) December 06, 2012

Lighthouse recently increased volume production of the NanoCount 30+ in response to customer demand. Lighthouse’s manufacturing includes a higher purity water system and NIST traceable particle count standard metrology to deliver performance that is traceable also to existing 50 nanometer particles counters. The NanoCount 25+ and NanoCount 30+ continue to be adopted by top tier semiconductor manufacturers for the most advanced R&D and manufacturing processes.    

Both the NanoCount 30+ and the NanoCount 25+ utilize a short wavelength high power solid state laser and multiple detectors that improve sensitivity more than 50 times over that of previous generation 50 nanometer technology.

The NanoCount 30+ is the preferred device for semiconductor manufacturers upgrading existing facilities to meet objectives for shrinking critical dimensions of new products and processes. At today’s critical dimensions, 50 nanometers no longer meets sensitivity requirements. By replacing 50 nanometer particle counters with the NanoCount 30+, manufacturers can now detect particle contamination at sizes that impact newer product yields.

The NanoCount 30+ comes with a touch screen display, integrated flow meter, USB flash drive and optional LMS Express Software. The LMS Express Software helps simplify operation and supports existing 50 nanometer instruments. Multiple data outputs on the NanoCount 30+ make it convenient for manufacturing control and engineering analysis.

About Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions

Lighthouse is the leading provider of particle counters, particle, microbial, environmental and facility monitoring software, and contamination monitoring systems. The company provides environment monitoring devices such as microbial samplers,

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