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VALVED CRACKER SOURCE FOR ARSENIC VAC SERIES


▝ High reliable design


▝ Warranty of reliability of the valve insured by applying patented PROSAFE® factory test


▝ Easy refilling and maintenance operations


▝ Excellent flux uniformity


▝ Optimized As consumption leading to longer growth campaigns


▝ Highly reproducible and precise control of arsenic flux (PROSAFE® proven)


▝ Very large range of loading capacity : from 500cc to 20000cc


LARGEST RANGE OF MODELS AVAILABLE FOR :


RIBER, VEECO, DCA, VG AND OTHERS.


Provided with PROSAFE®, the new patented high quality test for RIBER Valved Sources*. PROSAFE®, demand the best.


*(available for Riber VCOR/VAC/VHG/KPC)


Contact info@riber.com for more information 31 Rue Casimir Perier 95873 BEZONS – FRANCE www.riber.com / Tel : + 33(0) 1 39 96 65 00 / Fax : +33(0) 1 39 47 45 62


INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY RABOUTET S.A.


250 Av Louis Armand Z.I Des Grand Prés F-74300 Cluses France Tél : 33 (0)4 50 98 15 18 Fax : 33 (0)4 50 98 92 57 E-mail : info@raboutet.fr http://www.raboutet.fr


RABOUTET S.A.


Manufacturer of Molybdenum. Components for MBE. Specialized Cleaning & Degassing available.


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