Plasma-Therm

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    Plasma-Therm is a manufacturer of plasma-processing equipment. It offers plasma etch, deposition, and plasma dicing technologies that are used in semiconductor packaging, solid-state lighting, renewable energy, nanotechnology, wireless communication, and other markets.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1974
    HQSt. Petersburg, FL, US
    Websiteplasmatherm.com
    Employee Ratings3.1

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    Employees (est.) (Jun 2022)165(+3%)
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore
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    Key People/Management at Plasma-Therm

    Jim Garstka

    Jim Garstka

    Vice President of Sales and Business Development
    Russ Westerman

    Russ Westerman

    Executive Vice President of Technology
    Bob Conte

    Bob Conte

    Director of Operations
    Grace Smoker

    Grace Smoker

    Director of Human Resources
    Abdul Lateef

    Abdul Lateef

    Chief Executive Officer
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    Plasma-Therm Office Locations

    Plasma-Therm has offices in St. Petersburg, Gilbert and Bernin
    St. Petersburg, FL, US (HQ)
    10050 16th St N
    Gilbert, AZ, US
    1051 N Fiesta Blvd Suite 3
    Bernin, FR
    266 Chem. des Franques
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    Plasma-Therm Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1974

    Plasma-Therm Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

    Company NameDateDeal Size
    JLS Designs LtdDecember 31, 2020
    KobusDecember 31, 2018
    CORIALJune 12, 2018
    Nano Etch Systems IncDecember 31, 2016
    Advanced VacuumMarch 14, 2011
    Plasma-Therm, Inc.
    PLASMA-THERM UK LTD

    Plasma-Therm Cybersecurity Score

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    Plasma-Therm Blogs

    Plasma-Therm's Top 5 Blogs of 2021

    Keeping your finger on the pulse of industry-specific news, trends, insights, and best practices are key to building a successful foundation in the semiconductor and nanotechnology markets. Over the past year, we’ve shared product spotlights and information related to plasma etching, …

    Product Spotlight: Tegal Diode RIE Systems

    Plasma-Therm now offers the Tegal Diode Reactive Ion Etching (RIE) systems. The Tegal Diode RIE systems are industry-leading systems for non-critical etching of dielectrics and photoresist trimming operations.

    IBE – When to Use Ion Beam Etching

    During the processing of nearly all solid-state electronics, there is an etching step utilizing plasma technology. The two most often used approaches are parallel plate reactive ion etching (usually simply referred to as RIE) or inductively coupled plasma reactive ion etching (usually…

    Why QuaZar Systems Beats Out Other IBE Systems

    Plasma-Therm now offers QuaZar Ion Beam Etch (IBE) and Ion Beam Deposition (IBD) systems with best-in-class uniformity and a low operational cost. The QuaZar is one of the most versatile IBE/IBD systems on the market today. With four years in development by Nano Etch Systems engineers…

    Wafer Singulation FAQ

    What is wafer singulation?   Wafer singulation is the process of cutting or dicing a finished wafer into individual chips. Integrated circuits are typically built on a thin, round wafer of silicon used as the substrate for wafer processing for semiconductor manufacturing. The slic…

    Etching the Future with the Cornell NanoScale Facility: Interview with Ron Olson and Vince Genova

    Plasma-Therm had the pleasure of interviewing Ron Olson, Director of Operations at the Cornell Nanoscale Facility (CNF), as well as Vince Genova, CNF research staff scientist focused on Etch & Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD).  Before his current role, Olson was Manager of the SiC …
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    Plasma-Therm Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Plasma-Therm founded?

      Plasma-Therm was founded in 1974.

    • Who are Plasma-Therm key executives?

      Plasma-Therm's key executives are Jim Garstka, Russ Westerman and Bob Conte.

    • How many employees does Plasma-Therm have?

      Plasma-Therm has 165 employees.

    • Who are Plasma-Therm competitors?

      Competitors of Plasma-Therm include Zhuzhou CRRC Times Electric, GK Power Expertise and Micron Electricals.

    • Where is Plasma-Therm headquarters?

      Plasma-Therm headquarters is located at 10050 16th St N, St. Petersburg.

    • Where are Plasma-Therm offices?

      Plasma-Therm has offices in St. Petersburg, Gilbert and Bernin.

    • How many offices does Plasma-Therm have?

      Plasma-Therm has 3 offices.