About SEMI StandardsSEMI（Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International）is a self-regulatory industry standard widely used around the world in areas including semiconductors, FPD manufacturing, and solar power.
This standard recommends the use of Handles conforming to the Supplier Ergonomic Success Criteria (SESC) standard, in order to create a safe, comfortable, and convenient working environment.
NBK has SEMI standard compliant products.Click here for our full lineup
|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Part Name||U-shaped Pull||U-shaped Pull - with Washer|
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Captive Series Service
NBK has captive series services best suited for CE markings.
Screws will be treated with relief cut and given a captive function.
Best suited for use on panels that frequently open/close for maintenance, etc.
Cleanroom Wash / Cleanroom Packing ServiceCleanroom washing and cleanroom packing can be performed so that items can be used directly in a vacuum chamber or a cleanroom.
Problem Solution Examples by Semiconductor Manufacturing ProcessProblem solution examples are introduced by semiconductor manufacturing process.
"The Semiconductor Industry and NBK" back numbersList here
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