Chip plants produce Microchips from Energy Cells, Silicon Wafers and Food.
Chip plants produce microchips, essential components in all computers. They are usually to be found near to a computer plant with a steady stream of transport ships travelling between the two locations.
The chips are manufactured from silicon wafers that are especially treated with various coatings to create the required conductivity. In some special chips, Majaglit is used to provide a special super conductive coating. Once complete the chips are then sent onto the computer plant for installation into the computers.