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High Demands on Purity and Quality

While experimentation in the microelectronics industry knew no bounds in the 1970s to 1990s, the industry today shows us what high quality and stability can be achieved with standardization and consistency: Ventilation systems and cleanroom interior design are now state of the art.

The potential for development in cleanroom technology lies in automation, in digital measurement technology with variable infrastructure control, and in handling the complex flow technology in the immediate production environment.

Ideal Cleanroom Conditions for Precise Manufacturing Processes

For certain manufacturing processes, especially in semiconductor production, clean rooms or ultra clean rooms- are indispensable.

The reason for this is that the structure and function of the required circuits would be massively disrupted by particles found in the ordinary ambient air.

"Mini- Environment" from Microelectronics as Philosophy of the Future

Energy, Flexibility, Security and Information.

These four focal points are shaping the cleanroom technology of the future and offer great innovation potential and the basis for further research and development work.

„Mini-Environment“ aus der Mikroelektronik als Philosophie der Zukunft

Vier Elemente prägen die Reinraumtechnik der Zukunft: Energie, Flexibilität, Sicherheit und Informationen.

Diese vier Schwerpunkte bieten ein großes Innovationspotential und die Grundlage für weitere Forschungs- und Entwicklungsarbeit.

Die „Mini-Environment“-Philosophie aus der Mikroelektronik - sichere Reinheit in kleinsten Bereichen - prägt die Reinraumtechnik für alle Branchen und Anwendungen.

Cleanroom Solutions from Ortner as Pioneers in the Electronics Industry

Over the past 35 years, we at Ortner have developed innovative systems and technologies for a wide variety of industries and cleanroom requirements. However, our origin lies in the planning and execution of plants in microelectronics.

And it is precisely in this sector that we now have know-how and experience like no other supplier.

We are at your disposal with many proven, but also innovative cleanroom technologies and processes. Our specialists are in constant readiness to support you in the planning, execution, implementation of projects.


Get in touch with us, 
our experienced team will be happy to advise you. 

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