Around 700 exhibitors from Germany and abroad are expected at POWTECH, Europe's exhibition for mechanical processing technologies and instrumentation in Nürnberg from 27-29 March 2007. The TechnoPharm exhibition and the PARTEC Congress and ESMG Symposium take place at the same time as POWTECH.
Powder, granules or bulk solids are components of countless products in our daily life. Mechanical processing technology is a key technology whenever solid source and raw materials are used or solid, powder or bulk solid products or granules are manufactured and processed. POWTECH offers a concentrated and comprehensive survey of the latest state of the art of all mechanical processes.
The range of products on display covers Basic processing technologies for powder and bulk material; Plant engineering and processing components; Particle analysis and characterization; Nanoparticle technology; Measurement and control; Safety and environmental technology; Services (e.g. plant construction/planning, analysis).
POWTECH offers three days of concentrated information for visitors from industries such as chemicals, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, quarrying and earthworks, ceramics, food, machinery and plant engineering, packaging, nanotechnology, explosion protection and industrial safety.
80 per cent of all industrially processed dusts are explosive. Safety and explosion protection in industrial plants are therefore key topics at the POWTECH exhibition. The European Safety Management Group provides information about process safety and industrial explosion protection at its international ESMG Symposium. The symposium presentations deal with the analysis of industrial damage incidents, new methods from safety research, new findings on risk assessment, safety engineering and new techniques for preventive and design measures for explosion protection. The daily demonstrations of dust and gas explosions in the exhibition centre park are especially impressive in this connection and show the enormous potential hazard.
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