Precious metal recovery for high volume manufacturers
The presence of metal contamination can result in impurities but also effect performance.
An example of this is LCD. In one example, 1-100 ppm 23 different metals, Gp1 to transitions metals. Use of PEP-13 removes all metals to less than 0,1 ppm. Electroresistance of the material decreases by 300%.
At PhosphonicS, our scientists relish the challenge presented by high volume manufacturing companies in the electronics industry to recover value from their waste streams. We specialise in designing simple solutions to complex metal recovery problems using the smartest silica technology to optimise results.
Optimum value recovery
- Best return on investment
- Simple solution to a complex problem
- Smartest technology
Introducing PhosphonicS Precious Metal Recovery Products
The Phos series of silica products are designed to recover precious metals from your process and waste streams.
|Product code||Product name|
|Phos-02||Aminoalkyl 3 functionalised silica|
|Phos-03||Aminoalkyl 1 functionalised silica|
|Phos-04||Mercaptoalkyl 1 functionalised silica|
|Phos-05||Mercaptoalkyl 4 functionalised silica|
|Phos-06||Alkyl thiourea functionalised silica|
You can order your Phos Screening Kit in a convenient 10g size. Please refer to Phos-Kit 10 when ordering.
What Makes PhosphonicS Unique?
PhosphonicS uses patented technology for attaching powerful ligands to a silica backbone. The ability to incorporate multiple chelating sites enables our silica products to outperform other solid supported products, at every concentration of precious metal in your stream.
Advantages of the Phos series
- More powerful than standard solid adsorbents
- Designed to only recover precious metals
- Superior recovery performance
Advantages of silica as a support
- Highly porous for optimised stream flow
- Stable in both aqueous and organic media
- Larger surface area for higher loading
Recovering precious metals in the electronics industry
Precious metals are widely used in the electronics industry due to their unique physical properties.
In particular, their ease of use in manufacturing operations involving soldering and bonding processes make them the materials of choice for high quality, high precision operations. In addition, the high abrasion and corrosion resistance of precious metals make them ideal for forming thin films and for use in semiconductor wafer manufacture.
To meet the ever growing global demand for high volumes of electronics components and to remain competitive, it is imperative that companies operating in this industry maximise their returns by recovering value from traces of precious metals in their waste streams.
PhosphonicS: With you all the way
We work closely with you to design the right solution for your problem, from initial testing to full scale manufacturing implementation. Dovetailing into your process development and operations, we follow a step by step analysis to deliver simple solutions to optimise value recovery from your low ppm concentration waste streams.