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Semiconductor Equipment Engineering Services
$1,350,000
Semiconductor Equipment Engineering Services

Mesa, AZ

Opportunity to purchase a highly profitable business with real estate. This confidential listing is a well-established semiconductor equipment engineering services company providing engineering & design, component remanufacturing, field service support, parts and spares, and machining work. They specialize in Lam Research, Matrix Strip Systems, Tegal Systems, and Plasma Therm Systems. Listing includes real estate (2,240 SF class B industrial condominium), $620,000 in inventory, systems, and personnel. Tremendous potential for growth. Company is currently run by a manager and manager is willing to stay and continue operations for new owner. Portion of condo is subleased, bringing in additional income. Owner is willing to train.

Medical Device Manufacturing
$1,800,000Seller Financing
Medical Device Manufacturing

Maricopa County, AZ

Niche market for manufacturing and supply of a patented product to a very diverse customer set including a wide range of specialty distributors, retailers, military, hospitals, contractors and original equipment manufacturers ("OEMs"). Virtually all products are sold to customers located in the U.S. and Canada.

Thermal Variable Nucleated Plating Process/company
Thermal Variable Nucleated Plating Process/company

Maricopa County, AZ

The owners of a patent-pending Thermal Variable Nucleated Plating Process wish to facilitate the sale of the company or licensing of the company’s technology to a strategic investor to support strong anticipated growth. The owners plan to establish and negotiate the pricing of this business as a part of this transaction. This unique thermal variable process was developed for use in the nuclear power generation industry. It is currently in use in equipment manufacturing and is outperforming all other metal processes. In addition, this process is being used by a large integrated circuit manufacture. Extensive independent laboratory testing has proven the performance of the process. The Thermal Variable process is unmatched by conventional hard anodizing (i.e. MIL-A-8625F) or by any other aluminum coating process currently on the market. Anodizing is an electrolytic passivation process that increases the thickness of the surface oxide layer on metal. The process is called anodizing because the part to be treated forms the anode electrode of an electrical circuit. By manipulating the surface oxide layer, anodizing increases corrosion and wear resistance. Anodization changes both the microscopic texture of the surface and the crystal structure of the surface metal. This unique process comes out of the simple idea of putting an incorruptible coating on aluminum, magnesium, and titanium. This creates a final product that is acid resistant, impact resistant, abrasion resistant, corrosion resistant, and malleable, but still retains the superior heat-dissipation qualities of the metals listed above. Under testing, this process has been proven to be vastly superior to anything else on the market today. It allows companies to replace exotic metals with aluminum treated with this unique coating process, resulting in reduced weight, improved durability, lower costs, and better protection from caustic elements. One of the thermal variable processes can be applied to virtually any metal.


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