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Umicore opens facility for electronic chemicals in Germany

TMGa (trimethylgallium) & TEGa (triethylgallium) are used in semiconductor and LED markets

BS B2B Bureau  |  Brussels, Belgium 

Umicore facility in Germany
Umicore facility in Germany

Umicore’s business unit Precious Metals Chemistry has opened an innovative production unit for advanced metal organic precursor technologies used in the and markets, respectively (trimethylgallium) and (triethylgallium). 

Umicore’s manufacturing process is innovative and unique. It offers a more sustainable and ecological production method by minimising hazardous side streams and material losses and optimising yield to nearly 100 percent. This makes it superior to all existing manufacturing methods in the industry.

“I am proud that this patented innovation has now become a world-class and industrial scale manufacturing plant. It will provide benefits for our customers and the environment and underlines Umicore’s position as a pioneer in sustainable technologies,” said Dr Lothar Mussmann, vice president of Precious Metals Chemistry.

Precious Metals Chemistry is the only European manufacturer of and and supplies customers across the world from its Hanau manufacturing base. Precious Metals Chemistry helps to reduce cost of ownership through its innovative approach to process chemistry and its collaborative approach with customers and end users.

is a colourless liquid with very high vapour pressure, which boils at low temperatures. Umicore’s new production process increases the yield of in comparison with current production technologies. In this way, organic solvents can be completely dispensed with. The is prepared by chemically reacting gallium trichloride with a more efficient methylating agent in molten salt. This reduces the amount of waste per kilogram of by more than 50 percent, with the resulting intermediates being recycled in the process. The finished product is then used in the industry, where it evaporates in closed systems onto a substrate. This creates, for example, environmentally friendly lamps. 

First Published: Thu, June 29 2017. 16:07 IST
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Umicore opens facility for electronic chemicals in Germany

TMGa (trimethylgallium) & TEGa (triethylgallium) are used in semiconductor and LED markets

TMGa (trimethylgallium) & TEGa (triethylgallium) are used in semiconductor and LED markets
Umicore’s business unit Precious Metals Chemistry has opened an innovative production unit for advanced metal organic precursor technologies used in the and markets, respectively (trimethylgallium) and (triethylgallium). 

Umicore’s manufacturing process is innovative and unique. It offers a more sustainable and ecological production method by minimising hazardous side streams and material losses and optimising yield to nearly 100 percent. This makes it superior to all existing manufacturing methods in the industry.

“I am proud that this patented innovation has now become a world-class and industrial scale manufacturing plant. It will provide benefits for our customers and the environment and underlines Umicore’s position as a pioneer in sustainable technologies,” said Dr Lothar Mussmann, vice president of Precious Metals Chemistry.

Precious Metals Chemistry is the only European manufacturer of and and supplies customers across the world from its Hanau manufacturing base. Precious Metals Chemistry helps to reduce cost of ownership through its innovative approach to process chemistry and its collaborative approach with customers and end users.

is a colourless liquid with very high vapour pressure, which boils at low temperatures. Umicore’s new production process increases the yield of in comparison with current production technologies. In this way, organic solvents can be completely dispensed with. The is prepared by chemically reacting gallium trichloride with a more efficient methylating agent in molten salt. This reduces the amount of waste per kilogram of by more than 50 percent, with the resulting intermediates being recycled in the process. The finished product is then used in the industry, where it evaporates in closed systems onto a substrate. This creates, for example, environmentally friendly lamps. 

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Umicore opens facility for electronic chemicals in Germany

TMGa (trimethylgallium) & TEGa (triethylgallium) are used in semiconductor and LED markets

Umicore’s business unit Precious Metals Chemistry has opened an innovative production unit for advanced metal organic precursor technologies used in the and markets, respectively (trimethylgallium) and (triethylgallium). 

Umicore’s manufacturing process is innovative and unique. It offers a more sustainable and ecological production method by minimising hazardous side streams and material losses and optimising yield to nearly 100 percent. This makes it superior to all existing manufacturing methods in the industry.

“I am proud that this patented innovation has now become a world-class and industrial scale manufacturing plant. It will provide benefits for our customers and the environment and underlines Umicore’s position as a pioneer in sustainable technologies,” said Dr Lothar Mussmann, vice president of Precious Metals Chemistry.

Precious Metals Chemistry is the only European manufacturer of and and supplies customers across the world from its Hanau manufacturing base. Precious Metals Chemistry helps to reduce cost of ownership through its innovative approach to process chemistry and its collaborative approach with customers and end users.

is a colourless liquid with very high vapour pressure, which boils at low temperatures. Umicore’s new production process increases the yield of in comparison with current production technologies. In this way, organic solvents can be completely dispensed with. The is prepared by chemically reacting gallium trichloride with a more efficient methylating agent in molten salt. This reduces the amount of waste per kilogram of by more than 50 percent, with the resulting intermediates being recycled in the process. The finished product is then used in the industry, where it evaporates in closed systems onto a substrate. This creates, for example, environmentally friendly lamps. 

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