The dust-free and controlled environment of a cleanroom is vital to prevent product failure in semiconductor manufacturing but controlling particulates in cleanrooms is not nearly sufficient to protect semiconductor devices that feature structural sizes on a molecular level. Micro-particles are the main source of physical contamination, but modern filtration systems for air supply, cleanroom attire and specialized surface materials have been successful in keeping particle contamination under control.
There are, however, molecular contaminants, which can range from small inorganic molecules like acids and bases, to more complex organic species like VOCs. These molecules are known to cause chemical contamination, i.e., they react with the materials and surfaces of the semiconductor devices to cause oxidation, unintended doping, dislocations, and more. This class of contaminants is collectively known as Airborne Molecular Contaminants (AMCs). Air Molecular Contamination (AMC) Monitors are used to monitor AMCs produced in the environment.
The Airborne Molecular Contamination (AMC) Monitors market is fast growing and highly concentrated presently. Key players include Teledyne API, Horiba, Particle Measuring Systems, Pfeiffer Vacuum, Picarro, Syft Technologies, Ametek Mocon, Process Insights, IONICON and Tofwerk. Teledyne API and Horiba lead global Airborne Molecular Contamination (AMC) Monitors market. And in 2021, the top five manufacturers account about 63.21% revenue share globally.
Asia Pacific Airborne Molecular Contamination (AMC) Monitors market size is valued at US$ 121.59 million in 2021, while the North America and Europe Airborne Molecular Contamination (AMC) Monitors are US$ 21.98 million and US$ 10.01 million, severally. The proportion of the Asia Pacific is 76.88% in 2021, while North Ameica and Europe are 13.90% and 6.33% respectively, and it is predicted that China proportion will reach 19.27% in 2028, trailing a CAGR of 10.41% through the analysis period.
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