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PDc Wardrobe System

Conventional wardrobe systems for cleanroom or hygienic clothing are designed exclusively for the storage of clothing. Execution, design and technology usually differ insignificantly. The PDc wardrobe system from Ortner, on the other hand, is a completely new process for flexible and safe disinfection of clothing.

The technology: photodynamic disinfection is based on lighting technology in the lockers and specially manufactured and dyed clothing. In addition, the wardrobe cabinets are standard cleanroom cabinets with mechanical ventilation and HEPA filters, which protect the clothes from contamination. A sophisticated technology guarantees not only an energy-optimized function, but also a safe surface disinfection of the textile. The PDc wardrobe system is designed for small businesses with single occupancy as well as for large wardrobes with a high flow of personnel.

The lockers are made of special HPL panels and are available as single lockers or lines of lockers. Built-in tube lighting technology and electrical engineering with occupancy monitoring, process control and safety system are included. The operating status is indicated by LED signal lights. Occupancy monitoring guarantees that no operation occurs when the cabinet is empty.

 A white wardrobe with four opened narrow wardrobe doors. The front closet compartment is empty, the other three compartments show parts of blue clothes. The upper part of the cabinet is a white surface. On this surface, in the lower right part, there is a blue stripe that says "ortner cleanrooms unlimited". In front of the upper left corner is a drawn blue square. From the upper right corner, white rays go towards the lower left corner and also up and down. The square also says "PDcT" and "Photodynamic Disinfection certified Technology".
 A cabinet with six narrow cabinet doors that are open. All cabinet compartments are empty. In the first one, a glass panel can be seen on the right side of the cabinet. To the left of the cabinet, directly attached, is another cabinet with a closed door that extends to about half the height of the cabinet. Above it are four horizontal compartments, all of which are empty.
Sophisticated technology guarantees safe surface disinfection of the textile
The inside of a locker. On the ceiling of the cabinet compartment is a handle from which hangs a hanger. On the left wall of the cabinet is a glass plate, behind which are switched on light tubes.
Specially developed light technology for photodynamic disinfection of clothing
 An open narrow closet. In the closet compartment hangs on a handle coming from the ceiling a blue jacket. On the left and right of the cabinet walls are glass panels.
Built-in electrical engineering with occupancy monitoring, intelligent process control and safety system


"The PDc technology is an innovative clothing system which, based on sustainable technology, can specifically reduce any germ contamination of the textile surface. The jury for the Fraunhofer Cleanliness Technology Award consider this system suitable for use in biological laboratories, C- and D- classified pharmaceutical cleanrooms, and clinical environments, as well as in packaging for convenience food industries."

Fraunhofer IPA
Dipl.Biol. Markus Keller

 Along the left wall is a floor-to-ceiling cabinet with narrow cabinet doors. The leftmost closet door is open. A blue garment hangs inside. The upper part of the cabinet consists of two separate closed cabinet doors that can be opened upwards.
Separate units
The interior of a narrow box. On the left and right walls, light tubes are visible behind a glass pane.
PDc fluorescent tubes
 A large built-in cabinet, which consists of six narrow closed doors. Above is attached a closed box. On the right side is attached a box, also closed, which has a yellow-red, a green, a red and a black button halfway up. The green one lights up, and next to it is a closed glass door with a black handle.
Attractive design
Ortner Plus Symbolgrafik

Ortner PLUS

  • Innovative cleanroom technology also in the checkroom
  • Very high disinfection performance
  • Tested and validatable processes
  • Attractive and practical design
  • High flexibility due to module technology

Technical Data

HPL Panel- FM Compact similar to RAL 9016
Electrical connection data
230 VAC / 7,5 A / 3,5 KW - 4 compartment
fully automatic
occupancy control
sensor technology
Air performance
max. 400 m³h
Filter technology
Process time
approx. 15 min (performance increase time increase)
Disinfection efficiency
75% - 99% var. bottom-top (average 90%)
PDc fluorescent tubes
< 61 dB(A) Standby < 45 dB(A)


The PDc wardrobe system can be customized according to the customer's needs. The special solutions can be adapted among others for

"In the research area at the German Heart Center Munich, we have relied on Ortner's photodynamic decontamination technology for several years. By using PDc clothing in combination with the PDc personal air shower, personnel can be effectively decontaminated while clothed. After work, the clothing is placed in the PDc wardrobe, decontaminated and ready for repeated use. This system eliminates the need for disposable clothing and constant changes of clothing. The added benefit is that the special PDc garments are more comfortable to wear than other RR protective suits."

Clinic at the Technical University of Munich
Susanne Neumann

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