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Saint-Gobain micron diamond is available in a full range of types, strengths, particle sizes, shapes and surface chemistries. For more than 50 years, the industry-leading Warren Superabrasives, brand has delivered the highest quality micron diamond specifically engineered to customer needs. In addition to our standard products, we make a large number of specialty products to customer specifications for dicing, slicing, sawing, cutting, grinding, lapping and polishing applications including nickel- and copper-coated micron products.
Saint-Gobain’s NanoSoft Alumina Slurry is an aqueous slurry of transitional phase alumina particles. The soft round alumina particles are a mixture of delta (δ) and theta (Θ) phases manufactured in a tightly controlled environment to ensure product consistency from batch to batch. Our soft alumina slurry has shown that when used in select chemistry packages, it can provide good rates and selectivity
for alumina dielectric, Cu and Co Alloys, and NiFe CMP applications
with superior defectivity performance.
Saint-Gobain’s 9246 Polycrystalline Alumina Slurry is an aqueous slurry of alpha alumina crystals in which the fundamental crystal size ranges from 50 to 100 nanometers. The unique composition of extremely small and high agglomerated strength crystals enable very
cost-effective polishing processes to be established while achieving very fine finishes on most materials.
Polycrystalline Micron Diamond (PC) is formed by the explosive shock synthesis process as opposed to the cubic or belt press technology utilized in monocrystalline diamond synthesis. This more costly technique results in polycrystalline crystals which have more aggressive cutting properties than monocrystalline diamond. PC diamond is primarily used in engineered slurries for optical/electro-optical applications and in electronic materials lapping and polishing for productivity gains. It is often mixed with other abrasive materials to improve cut rate and/or finish.