FEATURED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

New AMC and Epi Monitors for Semiconductor Manufacturers

Three New Products Showcased at SEMICON West

With the shift to lower deposition temperatures and pressures, moisture has become the main culprit in oxide defects. The HALO QRP, developed for manufacturers using Low-temperature Epitaxy (LT-Epi), can monitor each process step and report real-time moisture concentration to the tool control system.

Tiger Optics also has specialized in addressing the demanding challenges of continuous AMC monitoring for semiconductor fabrication. Based on Tiger's new global platform, the T-I Max line excels in detecting ppt levels of the three most damaging contaminants in cleanrooms: HCl, HF, and NH3.

At SEMICON West, Tiger Optics also unveiled its redesigned mobile cart to package its analyzers for cleanroom environments. The GO-cart can easily accommodate up to four T-I Max analyzers. Small, light, yet sturdy, the cart also provides great convenience and control with the top-mounted central touchscreen.

Improved Formaldehyde Detection

HALO 3 CH2O now with 2.5 ppb MDL

Detecting low-ppb levels of formaldehyde is extremely important for ensuring quality of hydrogen for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). Recognizing the stringent requirements for this application, Tiger Optics now offers improved detection limits for CH2O in N2 and H2, helping to ensure SAE J2719 or ISO 14687 compliance.

Get connected with Serani

Seamless Analyzer Communication

The Serani™ software from Tiger Optics allows remote monitoring of your HALO, Spark, ALOHA H2O, or Tiger-i analyzer. Use any Microsoft Windows® PC for real-time streaming of concentration and other key parameters.  Access the power of your analyzer via your network or serial connection!

We Support Our Friends Afflicted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

In support of our friends and customers facing the devastation of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, sister companies Tiger Optics and MEECO are matching our employees' contributions 2:1. We encourage you to join us by contributing to Habitat or the charity of your choice. You will be in good company!

As one sage put it:
"Faith is the bird that feels the light when the dawn is still dark."

The New Spark Methane

Trace CH4 Detection at a Popular Price

The Spark CH4 extends Tiger’s cost-efficient CRDS platform to the detection of trace methane for a host of applications, from process control to quality and safety assurance in air separation plants. With sensitivity as low as 6 ppb, the Spark CH4 replaces cumbersome mid-20th-century technology. 

FEATURED APPLICATIONS

 GASES & CHEMICALS 

Tiger’s CRDS Garners CGA Approval!

The Compressed Gas Association Standard, CGA G-10.1, Commodity Specification for Nitrogen, now cites Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy as an approved method for moisture measurement. Based on a unanimous decision by the members of the Atmospheric Gases and Equipment Committee in August 2016, this change is welcome news to our many users in the industrial gas community. Specializing in CRDS since 2001, Tiger offers a proven range of moisture analyzers for N2. Contact us for more information or to request a quote today!


 GASES & CHEMICALS 

Explore Applications Featured in Tiger's Quarterly Newsletter

Measuring H2O and HF Impurities in NF3 Gas

Measuring Ammonia and Moisture in Nitrous Oxide



 LABORATORY & LIFE SCIENCE 

Leading Labs Turn to Tiger

Tiger Optics is a standard bearer in a growing number of national metrology institutes around the globe. Since its first sale to the Dutch VSL in May, 2001, Tiger has gained acceptance at 21 national metrology institutes. Many of the institutes use Tiger instruments as a transfer standard to calibrate their own gas standards for research and industrial use. Some institutes also employ Tiger analyzers in their research of such problems as acid rain and global warming. Prized for their proven precision, excellent repeatability, and rapid throughput, as well as their extraordinary dynamic range (four+ orders of magnitude), Tiger’s CW-CRDS analyzers serve foremost institutes in these nations.