The cleaning of components is one of the critical steps in modern production processes. Whether it comes to ensuring the required cleanliness for subsequent steps in the process, or guaranteeing the quality and functionality of the component to be cleaned, the cleaning of components is a crucial step in many industries, such as metal working and processing, automotive, medical technology, and aerospace.
A component or surface is clean when the number of particles or the degree of molecular contamination no longer affects the system’s functioning.
The overall trend is for the size of the particles interfering with functionality and the maximum number of permissible particles per surface area to decrease, while the impact of molecular contamination continuously increases.
Speakers from industry, science, and research will present new developments, process and cost optimization, and quality control, and will share best-practice applications with you.
Everyone involved in clean design, production, assembly, and packaging of products.
If you are looking for more knowledge, new products, and innovative processes for the cleaning of industrial components and surfaces, don’t miss CLEAN 2021!
Suppliers of cleaning services, cleaning systems, and cleaning products for:
Participating in Clean 2021 gives you the opportunity to bring your innovations, expertise and brand to the attention of a specific target group: specialists from the entire chain within High Tech, aviation, automotive and medical technology. Interested in becoming an exhibitor or sponsor?
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We look back on a successful 2nd edition of the CLEAN event. Click on the link below for more information.
We regularly hear stories from our exhibitors about so-called international “publishers” who use forms they have been sent to suggest that they are affiliated with a trade fair that they are taking or have taken part in. Some examples of these so-called “publishers” are:
To be clear, there is no cooperation or affiliation whatsoever between Mikrocentrum and these organizations. Please be vigilant and do not sign any forms, as these documents often turn out to be unwanted multi-year contracts. If you have any questions, you can contact Mikrocentrum by phoning Hans Houdijk at +31 40 296 99 22.