Our switchgear systems must meet the highest standards of reliability, stability and cleanliness, as even the smallest electrical faults can affect the sensitive processes in semiconductor production.

Power quality and filtering:
The quality of electrical energy is of crucial importance in semiconductor production. The power distribution systems must therefore be equipped with filters and stabilisers to minimise voltage fluctuations, interference and electrical noise.

Cleanliness and EMC aspects:
Semiconductor production facilities require a clean environment with minimal electromagnetic interference (EMI). Our focus here is on appropriate components for controlling energy quality.


The planning, installation and maintenance of power distribution systems in the semiconductor industry requires expertise in electrical engineering, power supply engineering and semiconductor technology. Our engineers and technicians working in this field need to understand both the basic electrical principles and the specific requirements of semiconductor production in order to ensure a reliable and efficient power supply.