New date and new product groups for Cleanzone 2020
Cleanzone 2020 will be held on a new date. The international trade fair for contamination control and cleanroom technology is taking place on 18 and 19 November 2020. Also new: product groups will be presented in accordance with the logic of cleanroom production processes.
Cleanzone 2019 – a wealth of innovations for high-tech industries
Digitalisation, production efficiency and the use of robot technology: On 19 and 20 November in Frankfurt am Main, Cleanzone 2019 showcased innovations for controlling contamination hazards in high-tech production. From airlock entry to packing, 80 providers were on hand to present pioneering solutions for the full scope of complex material flows in cleanrooms.
Innovations reveal the future of cleanroom technology
Be it innovative Li-Fi (light fidelity) technology based on light waves, online shops with AR functionality, convenient cleanroom hood systems or safe and secure ‘Emergency and Danger Response Systems’, on 19 and 20 November 2019 the Cleanzone trade fair will be looking into the future of contamination control. 80 companies will be showcasing solutions that make the manufacture of high-tech products safer, more reliable and more efficient. Eight nominees for the Cleanzone Award 2019 will be presenting pioneering innovations.
When the sky is not the limit: ‘The first female astronaut’ at Cleanzone
On 19 and 20 November 2019 in Frankfurt am Main, Cleanzone will be opening its doors to the providers and users of contamination control and cleanroom technology. The international trade fair also boasts a high-quality supporting programme that is full of valuable ideas, and one of this year’s highlights will be a presentation by Claudia Kessler, founder of the start-up ‘Die Astronautin GmbH’. She will be giving her presentation on 20 November 2019 at 2:00 p.m. as part of the Cleanzone Conference.
Symbols for user industries show visitors the way
Cleanroom technology is an interdisciplinary technology that is relevant for a wide range of high-tech industries that control contamination in their production processes. To guide visitors to the right exhibitors, Messe Frankfurt has developed symbols for different user industries for Cleanzone 2019. Now manufacturers of cleanroom technology can use these symbols to identify the industries for which they supply solutions.
Messe Frankfurt and Wiley present the Cleanzone Award
The industry’s prestigious Cleanroom Award has a new name: the Cleanzone Award. Frank Duvernell, a close and long-standing partner of Cleanzone and founder of the Cleanroom Award, has handed over the award to Messe Frankfurt, which will be continuing it under a new name: the Cleanzone Award. The new partner is Wiley-Verlag, publisher of the trade journal ReinRaumTechnik. A total of eight finalists for the award will be presenting their latest innovations at Cleanzone on 19 and 20 November in Frankfurt.
Cleanroom technology should focus on product requirements – not on the length, width and height of a facility.
Cleanroom technology is applied interdisciplinary technology at a very high level. Even so, costs can still be kept within reason – if the right preliminary measures are taken. On 19 and 20 November 2019 in Frankfurt am Main, the Cleanzone trade fair offers companies a chance to get the information they need.
Cleanzone has the power to initiate and promote new technologies
On 19 and 20 November, Cleanzone – the international trade fair for contamination control and cleanroom technology – will be bringing manufacturers and users together in Frankfurt am Main. As the event draws closer, Josef Ortner from Ortner Reinraumtechnik, who is also a member of the Cleanzone strategy commission, explains the trade fair’s importance and offers insight into the biggest challenges facing the industry.
Automated contamination control is more reliable – and it can breathe
It appears to be a new law of nature: anything that can be digitalised, will be. Including in cleanroom production facilities. On 19 and 20 November 2019 in Frankfurt am Main, the Cleanzone trade fair will demonstrate how this can be put into practice in individual companies.
Cleanzone 2019 offers more in the field of plant engineering
One of the focal points of this year's Cleanzone is the design, planning and construction of modern production facilities in which contamination – be it micro-organisms, particulate or molecular contamination – is rigorously controlled.
Cleanzone trade fair experience enriched by numerous events
Be it the compact presentation programme at the Cleanzone Conference, the DRRI Research Award or the Cleanroom Future Award – Cleanzone is once again offering a wide range of events in 2019 that enrich the trade fair experience, promote knowledge transfer and support innovations and new talent.
Focused on business: International decision-makers get together at Cleanzone
Numerous national and international market leaders have already signed up for Cleanzone 2019 and will be presenting their product innovations on 19 and 20 November. Visitors’ high level of decision-making authority, international make-up and readiness to invest highlight this platform’s status as a place where business deals are struck and new contacts made.
A new addition: Ulrich Rothgerber joins the Cleanzone team
Ulrich Rothgerber, an expert and highly influential figure in the German cleanroom industry, has joined Messe Frankfurt as a consultant with effect from 1 January 2019. He will be using his experience and network to continue strengthening Cleanzone’s position as the leading platform for high-tech cleanroom production.
New conference and exhibition dedicated to cleanroom technology launches in Dubai
Cleanzone Middle East 2018 to showcase latest innovations and science targeting UAE’s US$75 billion manufacturing sector.
Mission accomplished: Cleanzone 2018 draws more international visitors to Frankfurt
With over 38 percent of its visitors coming from outside Germany, Cleanzone demonstrated once again this year that it is Europe’s platform for cleanroom technology (2017: 35 percent). The number of participants also increased compared to the previous event, with nearly 1,300 cleanroom technology experts from 39 countries discussing the latest innovations and trends over two days in Frankfurt.* The trade fair for cleanroom technology had even more on offer this year with over 30 percent more exhibition space than in 2017.