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Swansea University’s CISM – Project Update

The Centre for Integrative Semiconductor Materials (CISM) is a new facility being built at Swansea University’s Bay Campus and is aiming to deliver new technologies and materials in the semiconductor industry with prototyping and process development technology being explored.

CMB have been working on this project since June 2021 handling the Mechanical, Electrical and Process Systems installations for the project and the site is progressing quickly and on schedule.

Some of the works our team have so far carried out, include:

  • Process Gases Installation with Toxic and Inert Systems

  • Acid Wet Scrubber System

  • Wastewater Treatment Facility

  • Process Vacuum

  • RO/DI Water Generation Plant

  • Hydrogen Generation Plant

  • Nitrogen Generation Plant

  • Process Cooling Water

  • Sensible Cooling Systems

  • Gas Abatement and Cleansorb Systems

  • Toxic Gas Monitoring

  • LV Distribution

  • Lighting and Power

  • Data

  • PV System

  • Cleanroom Supply and Extract System

  • Chilled Water

  • LTHW and Domestic H&C Water Systems

CMB have installed and managed the specialist installation of the above systems.

Within this highly advanced CISM facility, there is a manufacturing grade ISO-qualified cleanroom, advanced NNG research laboratories, MOVCD growth facility, and customer bays. Quality on this project has been at the forefront of all of our works and the comments from the end user has reflected this with positive and promising feedback.

CMB are currently approaching the completion of final fix works and setting to work and commissioning these systems with an anticipated completion date of October 2022.

Published August 26th 2022


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