Gas Purifier Regeneration Services

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To help keep contamination from reaching your process, we offer easy access to our gas purifier regeneration services. Regeneration is the process of removing impurities from a saturated gas purifier. The regeneration process eliminates all contamination, and the lifetime after regeneration is identical to a new gas purifier. Simply let us know the process in which the purifier was used, purge your used purifier, and return it to one of our regeneration centers in the package we provide. It’s that easy.

Did you know that regenerating your purifier can save you between 30% and 70% of the cost of a new purifier, contributing to lower cost of ownership? In addition to that, recycling your purifiers is an environmentally friendly approach.

If you would like to know the regeneration interval of your gas purifier, please contact Entegris and provide the following: gas purifier part number, gas quality/impurity levels, and average flow rate.

With our service, you benefit from:

  •  Cost savings vs. purchasing new

  •  Restored purifier performance

  •  No hazardous material disposal costs

  •  An extended purifier warranty

  •  Three regeneration locations

  1.  San Luis Obispo, USA      + 1 800 394 4083
  2.  Dresden, Germany          + 49 351 795 97250
  3.  Kulim, Malaysia                + 65 6745 2422

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The Regeneration Process

Step 1: Is your purifier regenerable?

Consult the chart below to determine if your purifier is regenerable. The media code is located within your purifier part number.

Example media codes: GPUS500FIX04R00CA, GPUS2500FNX08R00CA, MC3000-902F, MC9000-202F, MC9000-202F, CE2500KHI8R

Media Regenerable? Dangerous Goods?
GateKeeper® GPU Gas Purifiers
NX, OP, TX, WX, WY Yes No
DX, DZ, EX, HX, IX, SX, YX* Yes Yes
AP, BX, CR, CO, CX, DO, FX, KX, LG No -
Legacy GateKeeper Gas Purifiers
N, O Yes No
H, I, SK* Yes Yes
C, LK No -
Legacy MicroTorr® Gas Purifiers
202, 203, 206, 404, 408, 906 Yes No
702*, 703, 804, 902, 903, 904, 905, 909 Yes Yes
302, 402, 403, 502, 602, 802 No -
*Only restricted regeneration. Please contact Entegris technical support.

Step 2: Is Your Purifier Dangerous Goods

Understanding if your purifier is Dangerous Goods (DG) is important because DG items must be shipped by someone certified to ship DG. This person will have attended DG classes and has a Dangerous Goods Certification.

Step 3: Complete the PRUS (Purifier Return Usage Statement) Form

All product returned to Entegris requires a PRUS. All regenerations are processed through Entegris' gas purifier field support services department. Contact Entegris to receive a copy of the PRUS form.

Step 4: Receive Service Return Number

Upon receipt of the completed PRUS form a service return number will be emailed to you. Include this service number with your purifier return.

Step 5: Send to Entegris

Send the purifier, PRUS, and service return number to Entegris for regneration.

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