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Quartz Boat

For Laboratory & Industrial Purpose

Quartz Boat is Designed to hold the substance (i.e. tube, Crucible). These Stands can be available in Milky and Translucent Form.  Quartz Boat is used in experiments, chemical analysis, tests, etc. Boats are available in size 72mm, 88mm, etc. depending upon the user's applications.

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Quartz Boat

A quartz boat is a small vessel made from high-purity fused quartz or fused silica glass that is used in high-temperature applications, particularly in the manufacturing of electronic components such as semiconductors.

Quartz boats are typically long, thin, and boat-shaped, which makes them ideal for holding and transporting small semiconductor wafers during high-temperature processing. They are designed to withstand extreme temperatures and thermal shock, making them ideal for use in high-temperature applications.

Quartz boats are commonly used in the production of semiconductor wafers, where they are used to hold and transport the wafers during high-temperature processing steps such as thermal annealing, oxidation, and chemical vapor deposition. They are also used in the production of solar cells, LEDs, and other electronic components that require high-purity materials.

Quartz boats are known for their excellent thermal stability and resistance to thermal shock, which allows them to be used in applications that require high temperatures and rapid temperature changes. They are also highly resistant to chemical attack, which makes them ideal for use in corrosive environments.

Quartz boats can be manufactured in a variety of sizes and shapes to meet the needs of different applications. They can be used in both batch and continuous processes and can be reused multiple times with proper cleaning and maintenance.

Overall, quartz boats are an essential tool in the production of high-purity materials used in electronic and semiconductor applications. Their unique properties make them ideal for use in applications that require high-temperature stability, thermal shock resistance, and chemical resistance.

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