KCTech Co., Ltd.

Anseong, 
Korea (South)
http://www.kctech.com
  • Booth: A304

KCTech founded in 1987, is a professional Semiconductor and Display Equipment & Material manufacturer.
And responding  to unpredictable market situation we have created varying product line from polishing powder to CMP equipment. Now we KCTech have a goal named a global leading company with value creating through  seamless innovation and dedicated R&D. 

Semiconductor
-. CMP : Chemical Mechanical Polishing Semiconductor Equipment
-. Wet Cleaning System : Etching, Delamination, Particle removal Eequipment
-. Gas / Chemical Supply System : Gas / Chemical Supply Eqipment
-. Slurry : Semiconductor planarization polishing consumable materials used in the process

Display
-. Wet Station : Wet chemical process equipment(Etcher, Developer, Stripper, Cleaner)

-. APP : Atmospheric plasma cleaning device

-. Coater : PR(Photo Resist) Coating equipmemt before exposure process

-. Materials : Display material used for optical characteristics control functions

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