From the automotive industry and its suppliers to plant and mechanical engineering, medical and sensor technology, aerospace, energy technology, and the semiconductor supply industry - new, modified products and production technologies in the field of industrial parts and surface cleaning require adapted solutions everywhere. This is also the case with the recycling of raw materials and the remanufacturing of products, which is becoming increasingly important due to the shortage of raw materials and the conservation of resources. Added to this are trends such as digitalization and AI, as well as stricter regulatory requirements and climate protection targets. "Parts2clean addresses these challenges," says Hendrik Engelking, Global Director at Deutsche Messe AG. "All segments of industrial cleaning technology and all relevant suppliers are represented at the leading trade fair. It offers a comprehensive overview of development trends, technologies, procedures and processes." The 19th Parts2clean will be organiser from 11 to 13 October 2022 at the Stuttgart Exhibition Centre. With its cross-industry and cross-material offerings, Parts2clean enables users from all manufacturing sectors as well as remanufacturing and recycling to find out about future-proof solutions from industrial cleaning technology and directly compare different technologies. Regardless of whether they are wet chemical processes, energy-efficient drying solutions, cleaning containers and workpiece carriers or technologies for dry cleaning such as CO2 snow blasting, plasma, laser, vibration and compressed air processes. Other areas include the control, monitoring and inspection of cleaning, rinsing and drying processes and the achieved cleanliness. Innovative solutions can also be found in the segments of automation of cleaning including parts handling, developments for the intelligent integration of cleaning processes into networked manufacturing environments, and cloud solutions. There is also a focus on cleanliness-compliant manufacturing environments such as cleanrooms. "Parts2clean thus offers an optimal basis for designing future-proof component cleaning adapted to the respective requirements," reports Engelking.
Added value: knowledge transfer in the bilingual technical forum
The simultaneously translated (German <> English) lectures by renowned speakers from science, research and industry at the three-day specialist forum will also make a contribution. "Parts2clean thus offers national and international visitors one of the most sought-after sources of knowledge and valuable information on trends, innovations, benchmark applications and field reports," adds Engelking. Organized jointly with the Fraunhofer Cleaning Business Unit and the German Industrial Parts Cleaning Association (FiT), the knowledge meeting point is integrated into the leading trade fair and participation is free of charge for visitors and exhibitors. In addition, this year's lectures will again be streamed live on the event website.