Managing overall environmental control is essential for electronics manufacturing processes and operations as well as facilities like battery dry rooms that provide mission critical low dew point conditions.
Room temperature must be kept low in order to keep hard working IT equipment from overheating. However, lowering the temperature can cause condensation, which can be dangerous in an electronic environment.
Electronics manufacturing generally requires strictly controlled levels of humidity in order to ensure process consistency and product quality. Some electronic components, such as lithium batteries, require extremely low levels of humidity, in order to remove the risk of explosion. In these extreme applications, air with a dew point as low as -70 degrees C is supplied to the process.
Munters’ solutions provide the optimal environment through desiccant dehumidification, evaporative cooling and air-to-air energy recovery, while using less energy than conventional systems. Munters’ desiccant dehumidifiers can effectively maintain the most stringent humidity conditions protecting equipment from condensation and corrosion. Munters’ innovative cooling technology manages thermal loads and reduces energy consumption.
In addition to creating ideal air conditions, Munters also offers Zeolite adsorption technology to clean Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) laden air, while minimizing operational costs.
Munters’ customers have a sense of security, knowing that Munters technology provides precisely controlled conditions whilst reducing running costs.
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Protection of Electronics
Many semi-conductor and electronics operations require closely controlled dry conditions. The presence of excessive humidity / moisture causes corrosion of 'circuit points', condensation on a microchip's circuit surface and improper adhesion of photoresists causing operational failure of the semi-conductor.Read more
R&D Labs and Clean Rooms
Munters dehumidification solutions in laboratories, clean rooms and laminar flow cabinets ensure that the relative humidity is kept constant, regardless the ambient conditions.Read more
When water evaporates it becomes water vapour. When this comes into contact with cool surfaces, condensation drips onto walls, ceilings and productsRead more
Corrosion, or the oxidation of metal, is heavily influenced by the presence of moisture in the air.Read more
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