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Vaporization Products

Advanced vaporization technology enables purer and more efficient vapor production.

Many industrial and semiconductor processes need to convert liquids including both water and other liquid precursors into highly controlled and pure vapors. 

Vaporization is a phase transition from the liquid phase to gas phase. A vaporizer therefore, is any system that converts a liquid material to a gaseous state. While vaporization is achieved in a number of different ways, all modern vaporizers - such as water vaporizers - have several common characteristics::

  • Increase temperature and/or reduce ambient pressure of the liquid
  • Enclosed systems to capture and control vapor flow
  • Utilize feedback & control loop system to regulate vaporization rate


  • Water vaporization/humidification
  • Chemical vapor deposition
  • Depositing thin films for enhanced thermal, optical or hardness characteristics
  • Vaporizing monomers for vacuum polymer film disposition
  • Generating calibration vapor
  • Vaporizing liquid hydrocarbons
Brooks vapor products illustration
Enthalpy of System -
  • Plasma etch and photoresist strip equipment vapor delivery
  • UHP DI water vapor applications
  • Sub atmospheric process chambers only
Product Type
DI Water Vapor Delivery Module

High Purity DIW Vapor Delivery

Highest Flow Accuracy

Compact Design

EtherCAT Digital Communications

Enhance User Interface

Vaporization Method
Vapor Draw
Fluid Type
DI Water
Max Vapor Capacity

3000 sccm (DI Water) 

Max Pressure
200 Torr
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