Our cleanroom is a seperate area with a monitored humidity and temperature. Thus, there are consistent conditions for the production of thick-film components. The aim of a cleanroom is to have the lowest possible amount of particles inside because of the small thickness of the printed layers.
Currently, there are 3 screen printers, 2 drying furnaces, 1 conveyor furnace and 1 inert gas furnace inside of the cleanroom.
Günther's cleanroom matches the requirements of the ISO-class 7. This cleanroom class corresponds to the following example: Imagine, you are looking for 27 golf balls in the Lake Constance. This relation approximately shows the existing particles in our cleanroom.
It is mandatory to produce thick-film components in a cleanroom, because each printed layer exhibits a thickness of only 20 µm. If there was a human hair with a thickness of 70 µm on the printed conductor track, it would be interrupted and the component would not work properly.
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