Advanced Radiation Corp is a "lamp" company. Our expertise is based on many years of design and fabrication of advanced light sources for the semiconductor, electro-optical, laser, and printed circuit board industries. Since its inception in 1971, ARC has been a "leader" in developing and manufacturing high quality, high reliability, and fairly priced lamps and ultraviolet radiation sources.
Founded in Campbell, California, ARC moved to Santa Clara in 1977. Today Advanced Radiation Corporation manufactures high intensity mercury, xenon, mercury-xenon, short arc lamps, mercury capillary, krypton and xenon flashlamps. With a reputation for integrity and an understanding of light and lamp performance, ARC has been instrumental in new and improved UV radiation sources for most of the US semiconductor equipment manufacturers.
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