Semicon West 2024

CoorsTek Semiconductor Processing Components at Semicon West 2024

July 9-11, 2024 | Booth #544 | San Francisco, CA USA | Moscone Center 

Discounted Passes  ·  Technology Showcase  ·  Brochures & Guides  ·  Material Properties Chart  ·  CoorsTek Center for Advanced Materials Video

CoorsTek semiconductor processing components help improve fabrication yields and throughput — combining ultra-pure, particle- and contaminant-free materials with extreme thermal, chemical, mechanical, and electrical performance.

Our engineered ceramics help enable the production of ever faster, smarter devices. We work with our customers to provide custom, application-specific solutions for semiconductor processing and packaging.

Visit CoorsTek at the upcoming Semicon West 2024 show in booth #544 to learn more about how our engineered ceramic components can enhance your processing equipment including: 

Register here for a complimentary Expo Pass (single day), or the lowest rates available for the Expo Plus Pass ($100), Thought Leadership Pass ($780), or the All-In Pass ($1,120).

Semicon West 2024 graphic

Your partner for enabling innovations in semiconductor processing

Collaborating with customers to develop semiconductor processing components that: 

  • Last longer
  • Increase throughput
  • Improve yields

Let us show you how at Semicon West.

Technology Showcase

Increase yields & throughput in semi processing equipment. 

CoorsTek ceramic components are engineered to provide cleaner processing with lower defect rates, delivering higher uniformity and reliability through the toughest chamber environments.

Technical Ceramic vacuum wafer chuck.

Enable next-generation technology. 

ALD, ALE, 3D NAND, DRAM, and beyond - CoorsTek collaborates with OEM partners to help meet your toughest challenges. As the ceramic materials experts, CoorsTek works with you from concept through scalable production.

Silicon carbide semiconductor wafer boat.

Brochures & Guides

Material Property Chart & Video

Video: CoorsTek Center for Advanced Materials