Cleanzone Conference: Knowledge straight from the source

Published: 12-Nov-2019

This year's Cleanzone Conference is taking place alongside the international Cleanzone trade fair on 19-20 November in Frankfurt am Main

Quo vadis cleanroom technology? The challenges for contamination control are increasing incessantly in many industrial sectors. This is being driven by the ever-decreasing size and growing complexity of components, as well as by extremely sensitive biopharmaceuticals.

How can contamination be controlled throughout the entire production process as efficiently as possible? What are the latest guidelines available for helping companies and getting them fit for the future? Participants will be able to find out more about these topics at this year’s Cleanzone Conference, which is taking place alongside the international Cleanzone trade fair on 19 and 20 November in Frankfurt am Main.

Whether it be selecting the best cleanroom-compatible materials, working with nanoparticles and particle counters, cleanroom design or energy-efficient ventilation and air-conditioning technology – at the Cleanzone Conference, the crème de la crème of the international cleanroom technology industry will be showing companies how they can improve the quality and safety of their products. Participants will be given at first hand recommendations that have just been published in the latest national and international standards or that are currently being formulated as standards.

Among the experts who will be on hand are Dr. Udo Gommel (Fraunhofer IPA), Dr. Berthold Düthorn (Robert Bosch Packaging Technology), Michael Kuhn (STZ Euro), Dr. Timo Krebsbach (HHAC Labor Dr. Heusler), Frans Saurwalt (Kropman Contamination Control) and Hasim Solmaz (Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions / Cleanroom Technologies Society of Turkey).

The quality of the Cleanzone Conference is guaranteed by three strong partners who have been directly involved in designing the programme for the first time this year: the International Confederation of Contamination Control Societies (ICCCS), the German Cleanroom Institute (DRRI) and the Association of German Engineers (VDI). Each of these partners designed one conference module.

The up-to-date programme can be found online at

Tickets to the Cleanzone Conference are available here:

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