International Technical Cleanliness Forum is organized for the second time in Poland on May 14-15, 2020 in G2Arena Rzeszów-Jasionka/Poland.
During our forum, specialists from the manufacturing industry, process engineers, department managers and production directors will meet with suppliers of machines, services and technologies to ensure technical cleanliness in accordance with the requirements of VDA 19 and ISO 16232 in the production and assembly process. Meetings during the two days of the forum will take place in the form of presentations of the latest technologies and innovative solutions within thematic panels that are run by industry forum partners, experts in their fields. The forum is above all an opportunity to acquire know-how from experts on the basis of already completed projects.
Technical cleanliness of components in accordance with the requirements of VDA 19 and ISO 16232 is currently one of the most important topics in companies producing parts for the automotive and aviation industry. Its mplementation and maintenance in the production process is quite a challenge. How to do it?
Not only the processes of deburring and cleaning have a big impact on the final level of technical cleanliness of the components that are delivered to the final assembly. The level of cleanliness of the room in which the production of these components takes place as well as the packaging and protective measures against re-contaminantion are of key importance.
The laboratory and all the issues around technical cleanliness control in accordance with VDA 19 and ISO 16232 complete the whole, giving the opportunity to get answers for practically every question in one place during the two days of our forum.
Subscribe today and take advantage of the opportunities offered by the meeting during the I International Technical Cleanliness Forum & EXPO PARTS4CLEANING.
May 14-15, 2020r. in G2Arena Rzeszów-Jasionka/Poland.
Technical Cleanliness Forum & EXPO
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Technical Cleanliness Forum & EXPO
is dedicated especially for:
- managers and directors of production, quality and maintenance departments
- specialists, technologists and process engineers involved in the process of implementation and maintenance of clean production for parts and components
- quality specialists and engineers, SQE, managers responsible for quality management and maintenance of quality management systems
- companies from the automotive and aviation industry that manufacture or assemble components and perform the deburring and cleaning process to achieve high cleanliness requirements in accordance with ISO standards 16232 and VDA 19
- companies that provide surface treatment services based on the requirements of ISO 16232 and VDA 19
- producers of cleaning machines basing on water, alcohols and hydrocarbons
- producers of high pressure deburring machines HP
- producers of termal deburring machines TEM
- producers of electrochemical deburring machines ECM
- producers of vibrating deburring machines GL
- producers of dry ice blasting machines
- producers of etching machines
- producers of equipment for technological liquids maintenance
- producers of chemical cleaning agents
- manufacturers of equipment for the preparation of process water
- manufacturers of clean rooms, laboratories and laboratory equipment
- manufacturers of laboratory equipment for testing according to VDA 19 and ISO 16232
- manufacturers of microscopes and software for residual dirtiness in accordance with VDA 19 and ISO 16232
- manufacturers of cabinets in accordance with VDA 19 and ISO 16232
- producers of filtration systems
- producers of components for the construction of cleaning and deburring machines
- service companies specializing in outsourcing of cleaning and deburring processes in accordance with VDA 19 and ISO 16232
- packaging manufacturers for clean production
- technical universities (mechanical departments, machine building and machining)
- research institutes
- professional magazines
- training companies providing training about the requirements of VDA 19 and ISO 16232