Leading companies on hand for Cleanzone’s debut in Frankfurt

Everything looks great for Cleanzone on 24 and 25 October 2012 in Frankfurt am Main, as numerous leading companies have already confirmed their participation in the new international cleanroom technology trade fair.

Exhibitors who have already signed on include companies such as Colandis, Kelvin, Kimberly-Clark, Profi-con and WISAG. In all, Messe Frankfurt is expecting some 50 exhibitors for Cleanzone's debut, which will be showcasing innovations and products concerning all aspects of cleanroom systems, technology, construction components and consumables, as well as selected projects from universities and other higher education institutes.

As a new platform, Cleanzone is aimed not only at the international market, but is also responding to the growing range of cross-industry applications for cleanroom technology. This makes Cleanzone an attractive event to visit for decision-makers from the fields of chemicals, medicine, and pharmaceuticals, the food sector, nanotechnology, optics, laser technology, microelectronics, and the automotive and aerospace sectors, fostering a cross-industry exchange of expertise.

The trade fair's hands-on and interactive concept sets the event apart: not only are companies invited to bring cleanrooms to life right at their stands, but trade visitors are also given the opportunity to take part, free of charge, in lectures, presentations and workshops on issues of importance to the cleanroom industry as part of an integrated forum.

The Cleanzone Congress will be held alongside the trade fair, offering the latest know-how on key topics in the field of cleanroom technology. The experts speaking on 24 and 25 October 2012 will include Dr. Udo Gommel (Fraunhofer IPA), Conor Murray (3dimension Cleanroom and Chairman of the Irish Cleanroom Society), and Florian Dittel (Dittel Engineering).

In addition to the transfer of highly specialised knowledge, this new industry meeting place will be helping to integrate the worlds of science and business while promoting networking across industry and national boundaries. As part of three panel discussions focusing on "Fundamentals", "Technology" and "Operation", leading international specialists will be offering an in-depth look at the latest research findings, technological trends and the outlook for the industry, as well as practical aspects of operation including efficiency, cleaning, apparel and training.

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