Access control, monitoring and traceable products – safety first!
Cleanrooms = Safety in its purest form! This includes rules governing personal access and the items taken into cleanrooms, as well as the prevention of counterfeit products. A key principle underlies all such efforts: Tracking. Current possibilities in this field will be on display for visitors to the cleanroom trade fair Cleanzone on Tuesday and Wednesday, 23 and 24 October 2018, in Frankfurt am Main.
Cleanzone Conference presents a line-up of top speakers and trending topics
How will cleanrooms be planned, built and operated in future? What role will be played by digital twins? What demands do new therapies employing highly active substances place on production in the medical field, and what can be done to ensure that products and personnel enjoy optimum protection? Answers to these and other questions will be on offer at the Cleanzone Conference accompanying the Cleanzone trade fair on 23 and 24 October 2018.
‘Cleanzone Campus’ – expanding cleanroom knowledge through research
Universities and research institutes are drivers of innovation for industry – particularly in the highly dynamic field of cleanroom technology. Their findings give rise to new approaches, offer solutions to current problems and lay the foundation for future products and processes. With Cleanzone Campus at the Cleanzone trade fair on 23 and 24 October 2018 in Frankfurt am Main, Messe Frankfurt has created a platform where research institutes in the field of cleanroom technology can present their projects.
Micro-biological contamination poses the biggest challenge for manufacturing processes in the life sciences. Bioluminescence-based processes offer the potential to identify airborne micro-organisms faster in future – including real-time monitoring. Yet particulate contamination is also becoming increasingly important. The Cleanzone cleanroom trade fair will offer an overview on Tuesday and Wednesday, 23 and 24 October 2018, in Frankfurt am Main.
BIM: The formula for outstanding cleanroom planning using a virtual roundtable
Building Information Modelling (BIM) comprises a virtual roundtable for architects, engineers, laboratory planners and cleanroom specialists, airflow simulations, and much, much more. Superficially, these fields may appear to have very little in common, but that is not the case. Digital technology brings all of this together, and the VDI Association of German Engineers is already issuing new guidelines for its practical use. Current and future possibilities for the use of BIM in cleanrooms will be on display at the Cleanzone trade fair on 23 and 24 October 2018 in Frankfurt am Main.
Cleanzone 2018: Safety, security and modern medicine in the spotlight – Offshoot makes its debut in Dubai
The requirements for purity in production processes continue to grow stricter, regardless of whether it is in the field of medical technology, the food industry, microtechnology or the automotive industry.
Cleanzone 2018 is gathering momentum: Numerous companies have already registered
On 23 and 24 October 2018 in Frankfurt am Main, the spotlight will once again be on new developments and innovations in the field of cleanroom technology. Be it pharmaceuticals, food or microtechnology, innovative high-tech industries can find new solutions for planning, constructing and operating cleanrooms at Cleanzone.
Cleanzone 2017: Large increase in visitors strengthens the trade fair's international and interdisciplinary position
When Cleanzone closed its doors on 18 October 2017, it had drawn approx. 1,200 participants from 40 countries and an increase of visitors of 16 percent.