Cleanzone: standalone trade fair and congress for cleanroom technology
There is a new date on the industry's calendar to remember: on 24 and 25 October 2012, the very first Cleanzone will be taking place in Frankfurt/Main. This specialist trade fair and congress for cleanroom technology offer a comprehensive overview of every step in the process, from planning and constructing a cleanroom to the operation of these controlled, contamination-free workplaces.
"Cleanroom technology is increasingly important not only in international research and development, but for countless industrial applications as well. With the establishment of Cleanzone, we have responded to the growing demand by providing this key technology with its first standalone platform," states Klaus Reinke, member of the management board of Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH.
The event's objective is to offer the industry an ideal venue for establishing new collaborations, increasing expertise and presenting the latest technological developments, which is why Cleanzone will be bringing the relevant sectors and interdisciplinary operations together for two days in Frankfurt.
Exhibitors at the trade fair include the manufacturers of cleanroom facilities, technology, construction components and associated consumables, for example, as well as the universities and technical colleges whose achievements are helping to shape the future development of cleanroom technology. A congress taking place alongside the trade fair will foster the communication of independent scientific knowledge.
Cleanzone visitors are decision-makers from the fields of chemicals, medicine, and pharmaceuticals, the food sector, nanotechnology, optics, laser technology, microelectronics, and the automotive and aerospace industries.
The future of cleanrooms
Before Cleanzone, cleanrooms were dealt with almost exclusively as part of related industry events, yet the number of fields in which this technology is applied is increasing markedly. Cleanrooms are now being used ever more frequently in the production of high-tech goods and foods, life science applications and many other specialized industrial sectors. Standards for product quality and hygiene are rising around the globe, driving the demand for controlled production environments.
Ever since innovations made it possible to create miniaturized cleanrooms and complex cleanroom technical facilities, more and more small- and medium-sized enterprises have been making profitable use of these pioneering technologies.
As a result of this positive development, Messe Frankfurt was called upon to create an independent platform for the industry, so it is no surprise that Cleanzone's debut in October 2012 enjoys the support of renowned experts in the field: Reinraum-Akademie, as a marketing and content partner for content consultation and the development of the congress programme, VDI-Gesellschaft Bauen und Gebäudetechnik (Association of German Engineers - Construction and Building Technology Division), the International Confederation of Contamination Control Societies (ICCCS) and the German Cleanroom Institute (DRRI).
Media partners include the trade journals ReinRaum Technik, Contamination Control Report and Reinraum Online among others.
More information is available online: www.cleanzone.messefrankfurt.com