A no-cost seminar, “Introduction to High-Purity Water Standards Seminar,” is intended to help attendees understand the different high-purity water quality standards and their implications on water treatment system designs as well as how they affect the planning, development and operation of nanotechnology research and other semiconductor-related facilities.
Evoqua Water Technologies will join the Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (GT-IEN) to present the seminar on February 23 at the Marcus Nanotechnology Building in Atlanta.
A team from Evoqua, using IEN’s cleanroom as a case study, will discuss the implications of high purity water. The seminar will also cover the varied high purity water treatment standards, sampling techniques and their implications on water treatment system designs.
Click here to register for the seminar.