plant will be dedicated to the production of high purity fused silica ceramic crucibles used in the manufacture of polycrystalline silicon in the production of photovoltaic solar cells.
What does HPFS stand for?
HPFS stands for High Purity Fused Silica (glass material)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) today announced that it will consolidate the manufacturing operations of its high purity fused silica (HPFS(R)) and fluoride crystal materials production into its Canton, N.
The high purity fused silica material that we created to make huge telescope mirrors later evolved to help us form lenses that write microscopic circuit paths on computer microchips.
Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) today broke ground for its new High Purity Fused Silica (HPFS) plant located outside Charleston, South Carolina.
The plant will manufacture High Purity Fused Silica, an ultra-pure glass for high-performance optical applications, including lens assemblies used in the manufacture of microprocessors.