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Matheson Tri-Gas gains rights to Gelest‚??s high purity germane product

06 January 2010 | By Mark Osborne | News > Materials and Gases

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Matheson Tri-Gas has secured exclusive rights to the global sales and marketing of high purity germane (GeH4) from Gelest to be offered to the electronics and photovoltaic industries. Billed as a joint venture, the partners also plan to expand manufacturing of germane to meet future demand.

Matheson believes that its capabilities in high-purity specialty gases applications, R&D purification, and analysis for the electronics sector are best suited to offer Gelest production capabilities to both markets on a global basis.

Matheson Tri-Gas is the largest subsidiary of the Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation Group.

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