Registration Is Now Open
On 27 and 28 October 2015, Cleanzone will be taking place for the fourth time. Providers of cleanroom technology and hygienic engineering have been able to register for the international trade fair since the beginning of February. Ruth Lorenz, Vice President Technology & Production at Messe Frankfurt, sums up expectations for Cleanzone 2015: “With its interdisciplinary and international approach, Cleanzone has firmly established itself in the market. This is also clear from the fact that many companies have already announced their interest in taking part in Cleanzone 2015, and a number have even registered. As a result, we have every expectation that Cleanzone will continue its growth.” Since the first event in 2012, the number of exhibitors has climbed every year, reaching 61 companies from nine countries in 2014. Cleanzone 2015 will be taking place in Hall 4.0. Lorenz: “Hall 4.0 is the ideal venue thanks to the proximity of the congress rooms to the exhibition area.”
The Full Range of Cleanroom Technology
The products and services presented at the trade fair cover the entire life cycle of a cleanroom, from design and planning to construction, operation and monitoring. This also includes training and further education programmes, which are increasing in importance as a result of a shortage of specialists. Ruth Lorenz adds that: “For Cleanzone 2015 we will be strengthening the product and service range for the construction and planning of a cleanroom by even more efficiently leveraging the synergies with our leading international trade fairs in the field of architecture and building technology, ISH and Light+Building.”
As an interdisciplinary gathering, Cleanzone is aimed at all sectors where production or other work is carried out under controlled conditions, including the pharmaceuticals, food, hospital, medical technology, microtechnology, micro-electronics, semiconductor, photonics and automotive sectors. The number of cleanroom applications continues to increase, something that is also confirmed by Thomas Wollstein, technical staff member at VDI and responsible for cleanroom technology regulations. He explains: “The number of cleanrooms will continue to increase. Many of today’s products have only been made possible by cleanroom technology, while other products could not be produced to the quality modern consumers demand without cleanroom technology.”
Messe Frankfurt will once again be holding the Cleanzone Congress alongside Cleanzone.
The congress programme is compiled by Messe Frankfurt and its content partner ReinraumAkademie in collaboration with a group of distinguished experts. Frank Duvernell, Managing Director of ReinraumAkademie, explains: “We will definitely be maintaining the division of the congress into basic and advanced modules, as the response to this concept in 2014 was overwhelming.” The top themes of the 2015 congress will include the planning, layout and construction of a cleanroom, cleanroom classification and the ongoing operation of cleanrooms. Cleanzone Plaza, located right at the heart of the trade fair, will also be part of the supporting programme.