Semiconductor industry

From bipolar junction transistors to Zener diodes - semiconductors are used in numerous essential components for technical devices. Their versatility and efficiency make them invaluable to many different areas of application, including the automotive industry, artificial intelligence development or even communication infrastructure and Internet of Things enhancements. And with the ever-growing demand for more digitalization and automation across the board, semiconductors will only become more important as time goes on. However, there are various dangerous aspects to the manufacturing process of semiconductors and the workers’ safety must of course always be the highest priority. That’s why we designed safety solutions that will put your mind at ease about these concerns and let you focus on the task at hand.

Gas monitoring in semiconductor production

A multitude of hazardous materials is required to produce semiconductors. In addition to the inherent dangers acids and caustics as well as cryogens and cyanides pose, one of the most dangerous threats are the vapors and gases they may emit. Our autonomous D-ReX safety system was specifically designed to meet the gas monitoring requirements of the semiconductor manufacturing process: It can be flexibly adjusted to monitor the exact gases that might be a danger in each production step.

Potential dangers

» Corrosive gases

» Explosive gases

» Toxic gases

such as arsine, boron trifluoride, diborane, hydrogen chloride, phosphine, and silane.

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