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Expand your ceramic capacitor capabilities.

3M products for ceramic capacitor manufacturing.


Ceramic Capacitors

Ceramic capacitors are a critical component in microelectronic devices. The filtration is used to remove unwanted particles during manufacturing of ceramic capacitors otherwise, their performance will be effected.

3M filtration solutions can help ensure the removal of large particles in your ceramic capacitor manufacturing process.

the process for filtration of a ceramic capacitor with UltraPure water/binder fluid

Applications for Ceramic Capacitors

We’re here to help. For more than 100 years, 3M has partnered with our customers to develop innovative filtration and purification products to help in their manufacturing processes.

UltraPure Water

Removing contaminants from your source water can help ensure quality finished products. Unwanted contaminants can lead to poor performance and reliability.

3M’s filtration solutions for ceramic capacitor applications are designed to help ensure long-lasting high-performance components.

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Conductive Ink

Conductive ink applications require filtration to help ensure uniformity of the conductive metal particles used in the process, allowing the desired particle size through the filter while filtering out the larger ones.

3M has conductive ink filtration solutions to help improve the performance of finished components.

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Almost all manufacturing generates some amount of wastewater that needs to be filtered to remove or neutralize chemicals and metals before it leaves the facility.

3M has filtration solutions designed to help you filter your wastewater to protect the environment and meet increasingly stringent discharge requirements.

3M™ Liqui-Cel™ Membrane Contactors are used in a variety of gas transfer applications to strip dissolved gases from aqueous fluids. In one specific use, ammonia gas is stripped from wastewater streams with a high concentration of ammonia, diffuses across the wall of a hollow fiber membrane, and is directly absorbed into a reactive acid solution.

This simultaneous removal and recovery of ammonia is possible in a single device. This process is called TMCS (Transmembrane Chemisorption).

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Key Resources

Find more information for reliable and cost-effective filtration solutions for your microelectronics manufacturing operation.
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