Companies partner with Valin for results.  Read these case studies to learn how we achieve more together.

Submitted by Mott Corporation
on Wed, 10/09/2019

With Mott Precision High Purity Flow Restrictors you can reduce the flow of a catastrophic gas leak in minutes, not hours, meet SEMI S2 and SEMI S6 Guidelines, and reduce air vent requirements to save millions on your vent system construction.

Submitted by Tyler Kee || Valin Corporation
on Mon, 06/18/2018

A high-purity silicon material manufacturer was looking for a solution to ensure a positive shutoff of gas flows. The company produces 500 tons of high-purity silane gas, 1,000 tons of electronic grade polysilicon, and 18,000 tons of granular polysilicon annually.

Submitted on Fri, 03/23/2018

To comply with the Clean Air Act, a coal-fired power plant needed to heat flue gas to 455°C (850°F). Watlow engineered a customized design that would meet the customer's needs.

Submitted by Cory Calderon || Valin Corporation
on Tue, 09/05/2017

A large semiconductor chip manufacturer approached our customer with a unique challenge and opportunity in cooling the highly concentrated acids and caustic chemicals used in production. Click on the 'Read more' button below to learn about the solution that not only helped increase the semiconductor chip manufacturer's throughput, but also helped ensure the safety of their staff.

Submitted by Josh Shearer || Valin Corporation
on Sat, 08/05/2017

A leading supplier of semiconductor-based solutions was looking for ways to improve the efficiency of routine maintenance change outs for their clean room tools. The technicians, many times, were left to carry tools into the clean-room by hand. Occasionally they would use simple clean room approved work carts that were more or less a bench with wheels. They were searching for something that would allow the technicians to be more efficient and organized while they were working in the clean room.

Submitted by Brian Sullivan || Valin Corporation
on Wed, 07/05/2017

A leading manufacturer of semiconductor wafer fabrication equipment was in need of a filter manifold (skid) for their new N2 on-site generation unit.  The manufacturing company develops innovative solutions that help their customers build smaller, faster, more powerful, and more power-efficient electronic devices.  They use these tools to produce tiny, complex chips for cell phones, computing devices, and entertainment gadgets. The manufacturer of those tools requires them to house on-site nitrogen generators and canisters to store the gas produced from these generators.

Submitted by Paul Lyman, Valin Corporation
on Wed, 01/11/2017

A semiconductor company was given a large government contract to manufacture a special chip for a night vision application. Learn how they were able to increase wafer production by using a custom heating blanket.

Submitted by Corey Foster & Bosch Rexroth
on Wed, 04/27/2016

An Industry 4.0 Workstation is a semi-automated workstation that provides a link between the real world and the virtual world. It is a versatile solution that enables a highly efficient use of resources, great planning, reliability and short throughput times. With unique RFID tags embedded and semi-automated tasks, different operators can effectively produce a large number of different products with consistent quality.

Submitted by Corey Foster & Omron
on Wed, 04/27/2016

Omron’s new NJ501-1340 CPU unit integrates both machine control and communication functionality, meaning the NJ controller can be directly connected with the existing host to establish SECS/GEM communications, eliminating the need of a separate computer or special communications unit. Unlike previous CPU units, the NJ series uses variables for programming and is free from complicated address setting and management.

Submitted by IAI
on Fri, 04/22/2016

Motorizing the feed process increased production, and significantly lowered electricity and labor costs.

Submitted on Thu, 04/21/2016

Applying a liquid solution to a copper twisting machine – CT-Effects Application Example

Submitted by Ray Marquiss || Valin Corp.
on Mon, 02/08/2016

A customer that designs cost effective chemical dispense systems contacted Valin for automation assistance. The customer was finding it challenging to integrate control components from different suppliers, especially when it came to the automated systems. Valin's application engineering and sales team showed the engineers at the company how we could save them money and speed up their delivery time by offering components that we could provide extensive support and training on.

Submitted by Cory Calderon
on Wed, 11/25/2015

A semiconductor manufacturer of wafer handling machines and wet benches was looking for a way to reduce the engineering hours spent on writing code. Semiconductor companies are commonly required by their customers to be SECS/GEM compliant and this can be a laborious and costly task.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

Valin® Solves Multiple Problems for Major Communications Testing Equipment Manufacturer.

Submitted by Michelle Fischer
on Mon, 02/03/2014

A large electronic test & measurement instruments manufacturing company was using a legacy production tool for “Mesh Cutting” gold for electrical circuit connections that was developed over 20 years ago.

Submitted by Corey Foster
on Mon, 09/23/2013

Over the last few years a leading manufacturer of waste (linen/trash) disposal systems have relied on a well-known brand PLC and their HMI software as the backbone of their controls systems.