Experience the difference with Brewer Science's revolutionizing technologies. We offer an extensive range of products, from lithography materials to equipment, that impact our everyday lives.
Directed self-assembly (DSA) is an exciting new technology that uses specially designed block copolymers to form IC patterns on a molecular scale.
BrewerBOND® 220 temporary wafer bonding material is an organic coating that enables back-end-of-line (BEOL) processing of ultrathin wafers using standard semiconductor equipment.
OptiStack® multilayer systems are our flagship lithography technology, and are used for leading-edge high volume IC manufacturing.
ProTEK® PSB coating is a spin-on replacement for silicon nitride or silicon oxide wet etch masks
ProTEK® B3 coatings thin films are spin-applied polymeric coating systems that provide temporary wet-etch protection for CMOS MEMS circuitry during alkaline or acid etches.
ARC® anti-reflective coatings are the industry benchmark for reflection control and light absorption during photolithography.
Temporary wafer bonding release material for mechanical debonding applications
BrewerBOND® 701 material is suitable for all production environments due to its high throughput and no-stress separation.
WaferBOND® HT-10.10 temporary bonding material enables back-end-of-line (BEOL) processing of ultrathin wafers with standard semiconductor equipment
WaferBOND® CR-200 temporary bonding material enables back-end- of-line processing of ultrathin wafers with standard semiconductor equipment
BrewerBOND® 305 temporary wafer bonding material is an organic coating that enables back-end-of-line (BEOL) processing of ultrathin wafers using standard semiconductor equipment.
InFlect™ flex sensors utilize our revolutionary carbon-based nanotechnology to deliver a highly sensitive and real-time response to varying angles of deflection.
With its revolutionary carbon-based sensor design, our InFlect™ moisture sensor enables detection of small changes in relative humidity at millisecond speeds.
InFlect™ thermistors are among the fastest on the market, are highly accurate, and can operate at extremely low power, due to a revolutionary carbon-based nanotechnology.