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June 30, 2015

SEMI-GAS® to Highlight Its Semiconductor Manufacturing Gas Delivery Equipment and Expertise at SEMICON West 2015

Show Visitors Can Learn How SEMI-GAS® Centurion™ Gas Cabinets Uphold Stringent Precision and Purity Demands for Specialized Semiconductor Applications

MALVERN, PA, June 30, 2015 – SEMI-GAS®, the industry-leading line of ultra high purity gas source and distribution systems with robust control technology, will be highlighting its gas delivery innovations for semiconductor manufacturing at the 2015 SEMICON West show, running July 14 through 16 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. As part of its booth presence, SEMI-GAS® will be showcasing information on its premier line of Centurion™ Gas Cabinets—which are ideal for specialized, advanced semiconductor fabrication facilities. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about the engineering quality behind these production-ready, SEMI S2 compliant systems, which include premium features such as fully redundant switchover system designs, double melt stainless steel components for microcleanliness, UL labeled color touchscreen controllers for intuitive operation, and more.

Boasting a 35 year track record of successfully supporting the semiconductor industry’s rapidly evolving and ever-stringent requirements for ultra high purity gas applications, SEMI-GAS® has long been recognized as the go-to leader for world-class semiconductor manufacturing gas delivery equipment solutions. That track record continues today, with the brand now a mainstay at events like SEMICON, where the latest in microelectronics technology and product innovation is on display. “SEMICON West represents a perfect opportunity for us to update our semiconductor customers and the industry at large on the latest engineering advancements we’ve made on our UHP systems and equipment,” said Jim Murphy, General Manager of Applied Energy Systems. “It also gives us a chance to discuss with them the changes they are seeing in semiconductor manufacturing, and new challenges they may face. We know continual innovation is key to success in the semiconductor business; that’s why we’re committed to continually evolving our SEMI-GAS® systems to optimally support those efforts.”

Visitors attending SEMICON West can discover how SEMI-GAS®’ Centurion™ Gas Cabinets (available in semi- and fully automatic models, and a range of cylinder enclosure sizes) address the rigorous quality and performance demands of semiconductor manufacturers by visiting SEMI-GAS® at Booth #909.

SEMI-GAS® supplies ultra high purity gas source systems, distribution systems and control technology to leaders in the Semiconductor industry, as well as customers in related industries that seek world-class designs for safety, quality and performance. SEMI-GAS® gas handling systems and equipment are engineered to support manufacturing of the most advanced electronic devices, delivering the highest process purity to improve product performance and reduce overall costs. As the first supplier of micro-processor based automated gas source systems, SEMI-GAS® brings 35 years of gas distribution systems innovation to its customers—and boasts one of the largest installed bases of gas handling equipment today. For more information on SEMI-GAS®, visit

SEMI-GAS® is a division of Applied Energy Systems, Inc., which designs, manufactures, and installs ultra high purity gas delivery systems in addition to providing precision welding services and field services for high purity piping installations, testing and technical consulting.

About SEMICON West
SEMICON West is the annual tradeshow for the micro- and nano-electronics manufacturing industries. Since 1971, the show has been the standard-bearer for the technological revolution spawning a worldwide group of tradeshows organized by SEMI. Featuring more than 650 international exhibitors, and over 65 hours of programs, SEMICON West 2015 is a must attend event for those looking to learn what is new and next in microelectronics innovation. For more information, visit

Media Contact:
Megan Kasper
Applied Energy Systems