Honeywell hikes titanium mill output

July 12, 2006 – Honeywell Electronic Materials said it has increased production of high-purity titanium mill by 45% this year, to meet rising demand from the semiconductor industry. The metal — titanium that has been purified to exact levels and formed into specific shapes and sizes — is used in Honeywell’s own production of physical vapor deposition (PVD) products, and is sold to other semiconductor materials suppliers. Last year Honeywell also boosted output of titanium sponges, the basic form of the metal, to meet demand from other industries such as aerospace.


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