The Sievers UPW Boron Analyzer was designed for parts-per-trillion measurement of boron in semiconductor and display applications.

Sievers Boron Analyzer Overview

The Sievers UPW (Ultra pure water) Boron Analyzer offers a limit of detection of 15 parts-per-trillion boron and up to 10 samples per hour, making continuous boron monitoring in ultrapure water very affordable and convenient for semiconductor and microelectronics applications. The Sievers UPW Boron Analyzer also exceeds ICP-MS performance (see Progress Report on New On-line Boron Analyzer Research), and does it at a fraction of the cost. A true "plug-and-play" boron measurement instrument, the Sievers Boron Analyzer can be installed in less than an hour, requires no skilled or trained operator, and provides the sensitivity and accuracy of ICP-MS or on-line Ion Chromatography. A built-in multiplexor even allows for monitoring of up to four sample streams with customizable settings for each stream.