In the electronics industry, filtration systems are used to purify and manage air, liquids, and solids to ensure the performance and reliability of electronic equipment and electronic products. Here are some common filtration systems and their applications in the electronics industry:
Used in ventilation systems for electronic equipment and facilities to reduce airborne particles, dust, and microorganisms.
HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) and ULPA (Ultra-Low Penetration Air) filters are used in advanced cleanrooms and laboratories.
Used in liquid processes in electronic circuit board manufacturing, such as etching, plating, and cleaning.
Includes microporous membrane filters, particle filters, and activated carbon media to remove impurities and maintain liquid quality.
Used to remove harmful gases from electronic equipment to protect the equipment and operators.
Includes chemical adsorbents and gas-phase filters.
These filtration systems play a crucial role in the electronics manufacturing, electronic communication, computer equipment, and other electronic fields, ensuring product quality and reliability while reducing equipment failures and maintenance requirements.