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Dynaloy Unveils New Products to Address Demand in the Semiconductor Industry for Safer Cleaners

November 19, 2014

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., November 19, 2014—In response to evolving industry trends and customer preferences for products with better environmental, health, and safety (EHS) profiles, Dynaloy™ LLC is launching three new formulated products that offer exceptional performance without the use of certain chemicals, while continuing to offer its line of traditional cleaners.

“We understand concerns in the industry about some formulations. That’s why we’ve developed products that have the same or better functional capability but none of the chemicals that raise EHS concerns. For customers who prefer conventional cleaners, we still provide a robust selection of those products as well,” said Diane Scheele, Dynaloy business manager.

The newly released Dynastrip™ DL9150 is a non-TMAH containing multi-purpose photoresist and post-etch residue remover. With outstanding cleaning and metal compatibility, this product raises the bar for achieving environmental, health, and safety compliance while also performing as well as comparable products that contain TMAH.

With the release of Dynastrip™ DL9240, it’s possible to remove tough photoresists and residue materials without the use of N-methylpyrrolidinone (NMP), a solvent. Dynastrip® DL9240 shows excellent compatibility with dielectric materials while cleaning hard-to-remove photoresist in advanced packaging applications.

The third product is Dynastrip™ DL9005. Used for high density solder cleaning applications, this product is formulated for customers who have concerns about meeting improved waste-related guidelines. It does not contain a common photoresist stripping solvent, dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO). DMSO is a solvent that may cause nuisance odors in waste stream abatement systems.

These new Dynaloy products combine superior performance with EHS-advantaged profiles to allow companies around the world to address existing and emerging EHS concerns and regulations.

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