Cleanrooms Europe 2002
Quality standards increase in line with product development and improvement and good quality is obtained by extending the reach of cleanroom production into an increasing number of industries. The 5th Cleanrooms Europe, to be held at the Frankfurt fairgrounds from 18-21 June 2002, addresses these new requirements. Approximately 160 international companies from 12 countries will show how contamination control gives rise to significant quality improvements in ever more manufacturing areas. Since the recent anthrax scare there is a growing demand for ever more comprehensive measures to protect both people and products. From a simple clean area in a production hall to a maximum-security area in a lab, a sterile operating theatre or a dust free semiconductor (chip) production environment, the show hopes to offers solutions for the most recent developments in the field of contamination control. This trade show is directed at technicians, engineers and executives from such industries as semiconductor manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, space engineering, car manufacturing, biomedicine, biotechnology, electronics and microtechnology, which require the cleanest conditions during manufacturing. A visit to Cleanrooms Europe will benefit expert visitors working in food production or the manufacturing of medical devices and pharmaceuticals. The organisers, P.E. Schall GmbH in Frickenhausen (Germany) and the Cleanrooms Group of PennWell, expect 200 exhibitors to show their products and services at the shop. Running concurrently with the trade fair, this year's conferences will be held in German for the first time, appealing to local attendance. The conference will supplement the trade show with highly topical lectures from all fields of cleanroom technology, turning it into a valuable communication medium. Session topics to be presented this year include: validating a cleanroom, AMC techniques and particle counting in pharmaceutical cleanrooms. CleanRooms Europe 2002 will be co-located with Optatec, the International Trade Fair for Optics and Optoelectronics – Application and Technology. Every single day people use products made under clean conditions, such as headlights, car paints, glasses, medical implants, life-saving dialysis systems, computer hard disks and much more. These few examples show the wide range of industries involved, such as microelectronics, optics, optoelectronics, microsystems, automotive, medical and food technology. All of them share a fear of contamination, be it in the form of dust, bacteria, electrostatic discharges, wear, etc.
For registering and German exhibit sales, contact:
Tel. : +49 72 61 68 91 20
Fax : +49 72 61 68 92 20
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