Users of industrial cleaning technology are facing major changes and new challenges. This applies to a variety of sectors, including the automotive industry, mechanical engineering, medical technology, aviation, electronics, precision engineering and micromechanics, optics and semiconductor suppliers. The 17th International Trade Fair for Industrial Parts and Surface Cleaning parts2clean 2019 shows how these challenges can be met. The exhibition comes back from 22 to 24 October 2019 at the Stuttgart Exhibition Center.
Manufacturers are looking for ways to remove not only particulate residues, but also surface films. At the same time, new materials and manufacturing technologies, such as additive manufacturing, as well as ever-smaller production runs, and not least the move towards electric power in the automotive industry, are all driving the need for specialized cleaning solutions.
"The exhibitors at parts2clean will be showing how industrial users can solve new problems and meet the changing needs of their customers," says Olaf Daebler, Global Director of parts2clean at Deutsche Messe. "They will be showcasing solutions for improved energy and resource efficiency, increased cost-effectiveness and flexibility, as well as the automation of parts cleaning and its integration into networked processes."
Key topics for the present and future of industrial parts and surface cleaning will be addressed in an informative supporting program consisting of dedicated displays and forums. Automated robotic solutions are highlighted at the special presentation "Parts Cleaning 4.0 in practice". Live demonstrations will show how easily process and equipment data can be made available, and how these data can be defined and edited for specific requirements and purposes.
The special "QSREIN 4.0" display staged by the German Industrial Parts Cleaning Association (FiT) in Hall 7 serves as a hub for exploring the future of industrial parts cleaning. The special "Process flow in parts cleaning, including cleanliness checks" display staged in conjunction with the CEC (Cleaning Excellence Center) enables visitors to track the various stages of the parts-cleaning operation.
One of this year’s highlights will again be the three-day parts2clean Industry Forum. Top experts from industry and the R&D community will be sharing knowledge and expertise in talks on the following topics: cleaning processes, upstream and downstream processes, analytics and metrology, digitization and automation, field reports and examples of best practice from various sectors, as well as future scenarios.
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