Wafer World, Inc. is your premier supplier for Silicon, Gallium Arsenide, Germanium, Indium Phosphide, Sapphire, and Quartz semiconductor products.
P R O D U C T F O R M
Who We Are
Established in 1997 by CEO Sean Quinn, Wafer World Inc. has since become a leader in silicon wafer manufacturing, serving customers in over 45 countries. In nearly two decades, Wafer World’s state-of-the-art facility has evolved to offer a broader range of products, create new sales offers, and achieve advanced certifications.
These expansions have led to various supplier opportunities and higher qualifications that demonstrate Wafer World’s commitment to quality wafer products and superior customer services.
We offer a variety of different kinds of semiconductors, including:
Although there are dozens of materials used to manufacture semiconductors, silicon is by far the most common. Silicon is not only easy to work with, but it is also so abundant that it presents the most cost-effective option.
GaAs and InP Reclaim
Wafers can be processed and repurposed more than once for additional savings. As the demand for wafers continues to rise, companies are finding new ways to recycle and minimize overhead. Wafer World recycles wafers up to 150mm diameter with a three-step polishing process for a high-quality finished product.
Germanium is a chemical metalloid element with semiconducting properties; although it was discovered in 1886, it was not used commercially until 1945. Germanium is uniquely effective in photo-related applications like photodetectors.
Wafer World is proud to offer an extensive catalog of products suited for a wide range of applications. Beyond our biggest sellers like silicon or germanium, we also manufacture products made from specialized materials perfect for optics or semiconductor purposes. Our wafer selection includes:
Indium antimonide is a semiconductor compound made from indium (In) and antimony (Sb). This material is most often used in infrared detectors.
InAs wafers are a semiconductor compound made from indium (In) and arsenide (As). These wafers are especially suited for high-power applications in infrared detectors and can operate in extreme temperatures.
ZnO wafers are made by combining zinc (Zn) and oxygen (O). These wafers offer good transparency and a wide bandgap, making them excellent for liquid crystal displays or thin-fil transistors.
ZnSe wafers combine zinc and selenide (Se). These semiconductors are ideal for making lenses, output couplers, and beam expanders.
Cadmium Sulfide wafers demonstrate excellent thermal stability and chemical resistance, making them effective demanding applications that require oxidation resistance.
Made from cadmium (Cd) and telluride (Te), CdTe wafers are commonly used in X-rays and infrared optical devices.
Optic wafers are made from materials that exhibit either a low luminous efficiency needed for photodetectors or high luminous efficiency for applications like LEDs and lasers. Some of our optic wafers include:
Superconductor wafers are built to withstand the extreme demands of the superconductor industry. These materials work under extreme temperature and demonstrate superior electron transfer capabilities. We offer the following superconductor wafers:
Wafer World, Inc. is a Proud Member of Palm Beach County’s Engineering and Technical Design Industry
The engineering and technical design industry in Palm Beach County encompasses hundreds of companies and thousands of engineers, drafters, technical designers, and architects. As a premier silicon wafer manufacturer, we are proud to represent Palm Beach County's semiconductor industry.
Top companies in Palm Beach include several businesses focused on propulsion systems, advanced engineering design, and applied research. Palm Beach County engineers have been leading the way for significant projects worldwide in almost every industry, including electronics, aviation, chemical, biotech, energy, infrastructure, and aerospace.