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Be it the very latest information or dialogue with experts, Cleanzone's array of events and top themes offers you the opportunity to broaden and deepen your cleanroom expertise.

+++ Cleanzone paused in 2021 +++

Messe Frankfurt has decided to pause Cleanzone for this year. The reasons for this are manifold: on the one hand, business in the clean-room sector is booming due to the pandemic; on the other hand, full order books are leading to capacity bottlenecks for potential exhibitors, which means that numerous companies cannot manage a trade-fair presentation this year.

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Cleanzone Award

The innovation award for clean technologies

Since 2012, this award has been recognising people and their entrepreneurial courage in pioneering new approaches. The award honours pioneering advances in the field of cleanroom technology for their innovation, sustainability and efficiency. The Cleanzone Award is open to companies, organisations, scientific and academic institutions and individuals worldwide.

Since 2019 the Cleanzone Award has been presented by Messe Frankfurt in partnership with the publisher Wiley-Verlag and its ReinRaumTechnik trade journal. The 2021 award will be presented on 24 November 2021 at the international Cleanzone trade fair in Frankfurt am Main.

A five-person panel drawn from the fields of research, instruction and actual practice is responsible for selecting the five most pioneering concepts amongst all submissions.

Visitors can vote for their favourites during the trade fair, and the Cleanzone Award will be presented on 24 November 2021 at Cleanzone.

The closing date for entries is 16. August 2021.

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Cleanzone Award Winner 2020 ...

Cleanzone Award Gewinner

Functional finishing of textiles to inactivate microorganisms through light and oxygen.

A project submitted by the Textilforschungsinstitut Thüringen-Vogtland e.V. (TITV Greiz), the Ortner Reinraumtechnik GmbH and the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin AG Photobiophysik.  

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Interview with Dr. Roy Fox

Dr. Roy Fox  journal, has been part of the award’s panel of judges since the very beginning. In our interview, he tells us what he likes most about the award and his role in the process.

To the interview
Egon Buchta

Egon Buchta
Ingenieurbüro & Reinraumservice Egon Buchta GmbH
www.reinraumservice.de

Anja Diete

Anja Diete
Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH
www.cleanzone.messefrankfurt.com

Dr.-Ing. Roy T. Fox

Dr.-Ing. Roy T. Fox
Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
www.gitverlag.com

Josef Ortner

Josef Ortner
Ortner Reinraumtechnik GmbH
www.ortner-group.at

Prof. Dr. Andreas Schmid

Prof. Dr. Andreas Schmid
Hochschule Albstadt-Sigmaringen
www.hs-albsig.de

Cleanzone Award winner

2020
Textilforschungsinstitut Thüringen-Vogtland e.V. (TITV Greiz), Ortner Reinraumtechnik GmbH and Humboldt- Universität zu Berlin AG Photobiophysik: Textiles that is only 100 nanometres thick. This coating shields them against things such as cyanobacteria and moulds.

2019
Friedrich Sailer: Hygienic Design Magnet – Magnetic Mounting Solution for Cleanrooms

Cleanroom Award winner

2018
KEK: Besonders leicht faltbarer Inspektionswagen für Reinräume

2017
Berendsen: Innovation „Connected Cleanroom Application“

2016
Adriatic Institute of Technology: Mobile Reinraumeinheit „Shellbe“

2015
InfraSolution: RobotScanFlex, einen automatisierten Filterintegritätstest

2014
Intial Textil: Reinraumanzug „CleanVision“

2013
Laborial: Blautouch, interaktiver Werktisch für Labore, Reinräume und kritische Bereiche des Krankenhauses

2012
Technology of Sense: APMON - Erweiterter Echtzeit-Partikel-Monitor

Cleanzone Conference: Learning from experts

Visitors at Cleanzone Conference

The conference is included in the admission price for all trade fair visitors. Deepen your expertise and benefit form the parctical know-how of renowned experts on 24. + 25. November 2021.  

Cleanzone Conference Expert Advisory Board

Koos Agricola

Koos Agricola

Dr. Gernod Dittel

Dr. Gernod Dittel

Anke Geipel-Kern

Anke Geipel-Kern

Conor Murray

Conor Murray

Thomas Wollstein

Thomas Wollstein

Top Themes Cleanzone

Robotics: achieving a clean future quickly and safely

Robotics

The robotics and artificial intelligence megatrends are having a major impact in the life sciences industries in particular. The examples are numerous: Bayer, for instance, is building a robot-controlled packaging plant in Berlin. Automated PCR tests deliver faster results – a major step towards combating the coronavirus pandemic. And the future of medicine lies in personal therapies for patients: automation is the only way to manage the wealth of data being collected in the lab. Thorsten Schmitt, Vertical Account Manager Life Science & Critical Environment Technology Smart Infrastructure at Siemens: “Be it digital twins or Building Information Modelling (BIM), digital experience and simulation are without a doubt amongst the most important trends in the industry for increasing quality and safety while reducing the time to market.”

Living in the pandemic: everyday solutions offered by cleanroom technology

Cleanroom products

One of the things the coronavirus pandemic has done is show us the importance of controlling contamination – not only in industry, but also in everyday life. The practical solutions that cleanroom technology offers for doctors’ surgeries, supermarkets and public buildings, for example, were already the major theme of Cleanzone Digital Edition. Now manufacturers will be using Cleanzone 2021 to showcase their latest products and innovations that can not only help to combat the coronavirus pandemic, but also help stop the spread of other pathogens and prevent new pandemics. Josef Ortner, Managing Director, Ortner Reinraumtechnik GmbH: “We want to more thoroughly network our interdisciplinary expertise in order to raise public awareness – so that we can serve as skilled professionals in the fight against the pandemic.”

Combating climate change: energy efficiency in cleanrooms

Cleanzone Business

Operating clean production environments is extremely energy-intensive. A large proportion of this power consumption is accounted for by the ventilation and air-conditioning systems that are necessary to keep particle concentrations to a minimum. As a result, energy efficiency is important for costs, as well as for the environment. Karl Goll, Managing Director, ASYS Prozess- und Reinraumtechnik GmbH, demonstrates possible solutions while addressing another key theme of Cleanzone 2021: “That is why we observe a key maxim whenever we design a cleanroom: ‘As big as necessary – as small as possible’. In fact, it is frequently the case that enclosing a single machine is sufficient to create the mini-environment or sterile zone necessary.”