ACM Research adds metal peel capability to the Ultra C pr tool to support wafer-level power semiconductor manufacturing and packaging applications

ACM Research, Inc.

First qualified system at a power semiconductor manufacturer in China

FREMONT, Calif., Nov. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ACM Research, Inc. (ACM) (NASDAQ:ACMR), a leading provider of wafer processing solutions for semiconductor and advanced Wafer Level Packaging (WLP), today announced that it has expanded its Ultra C pr product offering to include Metal Lifting (MLO) capabilities for power semiconductor fabrication and wafer level packaging applications. of the wafer (WLP). MLO can be used to save an etching process step, reduce costs, optimize cycle times and significantly reduce chemical demand at high temperatures. The company also announced that the first MLO-compatible Ultra C pr tool has been qualified and put into mass production at a power semiconductor manufacturer in China.

“ACM is committed to strengthening its position as a multi-product company, and we continue to expand our product offering into new opportunities beyond cleaning,” said Dr. David Wang, President and CEO of ACM. “Our Ultra C pr tool has already been widely adopted by customers due to its photoresist stripping capabilities. With MLO, our Ultra C pr tool now supports removing metals from photoresist and removing any excess metals or residue. We are excited about the successful qualification of ACM’s first Ultra pr tool with MLO capabilities, as an initial validation of the technology in a production environment.

ACM addresses the complexities of the MLO application by leveraging the Ultra C pr’s unique combination of wet bench and unique wafer manufacturing technology to deliver the high throughput of a batch tool along with the performance of a superior removal of a single chamber tool. It also has a double filter system ensuring optimal cleanliness during manufacture. Additionally, Megasonic ACM SAPS technology can be configured for MLO to improve cleaning performance of patterned or structured pads.

About ACM Research, Inc.
ACM develops, manufactures and sells semiconductor processing equipment for wet or batch cleaning, electroplating, stressless polishing and vertical oven processes, which are essential for advanced semiconductor device manufacturing. conductors and packaging at the wafer level. The company is committed to providing customized, high-performance, and cost-effective process solutions that semiconductor manufacturers can use across many manufacturing stages to improve productivity and product yield. For more information, visit

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