Semiconductor Clean Rooms
The semiconductor sector is a key part of the entire electronics industry. The term refers to the materials used to make electronic circuits, but is often used as a broader synonym for microchips. This sector is known for its cyclical nature, due to the rapid development of technology and high competition.
In order to produce high-quality products, the processes involved should take place in Clean Rooms to prevent the components or delicate machinery used from being contaminated.
Galvini is an expert in the manufacturing of Clean Rooms for the Semiconductor sector.
Our training service supports the client after the sale is complete: instructions and best practices are provided for the client so that they can maintain the Clean Room parameters and are able to use the room properly by themself.
Maintenance and Remote Assistance
The Scheduled-Maintenance service, which we offer from the planning and design stage onwards, ensures that the Clean Room and auxiliary equipment continue to function properly and prevents unforeseen issues such as costly production stops.
Our specialist technicians carry out regular work, which includes operational tests, replacements of any worn components and maintenance of air-conditioning and heating systems.
As well as the Maintenance service, we offer a Remote-Assistance service that, with the aid of a basic internet or telephone connection, enables our employees to view, modify and log parameters directly from our offices. The speed at which we can assist the client and efficiency are major advantages of this service.
This is a tool that assesses the level of Comfort in a contamination-free environment: the focus of this system, introduced by Galvani, is on the operators themselves, setting the company apart from many other Clean Room manufacturers.
Ranging from 1 to 6, the Comfort Rate classes relate to the quality of the ventilation systems and air distribution within the Clean Room. Parameters assessed include the temperature of the air supplied, the ambient temperature desired and the coverage factor.
A Clean Room is a closed, controlled-contamination environment: air cleanliness, temperature, humidity and pressure levels are kept under constant control, so that processes and operations that require a clean and well-monitored environment can be carried out inside.Discover our Clean Rooms