Detailed program of the I International Technical Cleanliness Forum & EXPO

Wednesday 15.05.2019
8:30-9:00

Opening of the I International Technical Cleanliness Forum & EXPO PARTS4CLEANING
Greeting of participants and presentation of the Forum’s patrons and industry partners

The importance of technical cleanliness for the automotive industry. Presentation of VDA 19.1 and 19.2 standards.
Hubert Prochera, TEAM PREVENT
Daniel Kowalski, TEAM PREVENT

9:00-10:20 I thematic panel – deburring technologies to meet the highest technical cleanliness requirements in accordance with VDA 19 / ISO 16232.

Deburring with high pressure water and brash deburring, final machining or the first cleaning process?
Golo Meissner, MTM CEE

Presentation of the Thermal Deburring Technology TEM concerning to the metal and plastic parts.
Zbigniew Lewiński, LTT

ECM as an individual production process for deburring, shaping and polishing requirements.
Robert Schnitzler, STOBA

Vibrofinishing for edge deburring, degreasing and homogeneous surface, using Rösler Surf Finishing and Drag Finishing technology.
Filip Kapela, RÖSLER

30 min

II thematic panel – cleaning technologies to achieve the highest technical cleanliness requirements in accordance with VDA 19 / ISO 16232

Precision cleaning technologies, to achieve the highest technical cleanliness level, particles size max. 15-200 microns.

Adrian Lisowski, MTM CEE

The optimal wet cleaning medium, high cleanliness and high throughput-the strengths of standardized full vacuum systems for parts cleaning

Sebastian-Günter Hodrea, PERO

Ecological-economical steam cleaning technology using the new generation solvents.

Jiri Valdauf, LUBRICANT

The best available industrial cleaning technologies in solvents.

Ruwen Denzinger, HÖCKH
10:50-12:10 II thematic panel – cleaning technologies to achieve the highest technical cleanliness requirements in accordance with VDA 19 / ISO 16232.

Precision cleaning technologies, to achieve the highest technical cleanliness level, particles size max. 15-200 microns.
Adrian Lisowski, MTM CEE

The optimal wet cleaning medium, high cleanliness and high throughput-the strengths of standardized full vacuum systems for parts cleaning
Sebastian-Günter Hodrea, PERO

Ecological-economical steam cleaning technology using the new generation solvents.
Jiri Valdauf, LUBRICANT

The best available industrial cleaning technologies in solvents.
Ruwen Denzinger, HÖCKH

30 min Coffee break, time for discussions with speakers at EXPO
12:40-14:00 III thematic panel – clean production zone to achieve the highest cleanliness requirements in accordance with VDA 19 / ISO 16232.

Concept and design of contamination sensitive assembly equipment according VDA 19.2.
Frank Wissler, CLEAN CONTROLLING

How to design optimally a clean production zone in an existing automotive plant?
Marcin Pala, MULTIPROJEKT STUDIO

Maintaining of the cleanliness class in the context of the requirements of part 5 of ISO 14644 for clean rooms.
Patrycja Sitek, CR KONSULTING

14:00-15:00 Lunch break
15:00-16:20 IV thematic panel – control of technical cleanliness of components in accordance with VDA 19 / ISO 16232.

BioTectum cleanliness chambers as an element of clean room and technical cleanliness laboratory equipment.
Krzysztof Solich, ALCHEM

Different Extraction methods following VDA 19, including Air Blow Extraction. Operator safety (chapter 11, new in VDA 19.1) Solutions in HYDAC Extraction units: CTU 1xxx, CTM1xxx, CTM3xxx
Detlef Meurer, HYDAC

Modern methods for measuring of the cleanliness of components for the presence of residual oil and quantitative and qualitative pollution analysis on filters in accordance with VDA 19.
Wojciech Jaszczuk, PIK INSTRUMENTS

Introduction to VDA-19.1 and ISO-16232, Standardized Component Cleanliness Testing by means of the “MicroQuick Particle Scanner” from RJL Micro & Analytic GmbH
Dr. Sebastian Wex, RJL

20 min Coffee break, time for discussions with partners at EXPO
16:40-17:30 Discussion panel: Global trends and their impact on the requirements of VDA 19 and ISO 16232 – what awaits us?
Luk Palmen, SILESIA AUTOMOTIVE CLUSTER (panel moderator)
Bożena Oleksy, POLISH AUTOMOTIVE CHAMBER
Anna Timofiejczuk, Dsc, Phd, Eng, SILESIAN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Detlef Meurer, HYDAC
Hubert Prochera, TEAM PREVENT
Daniel Kowalski, TEAM PREVENT
Tomasz Romanik, DEKRA
Maciej Płonka, PARTS4CLEANING
19:00-23:00 Dinner and time for networking
Thursday 16.05.2019
9:00-10:20 V thematic panel – filtration systems, maintenance of cleaning liquids to meet high technical cleanliness requirements in accordance with VDA 19 / ISO 16232.

EATON filtration systems for industrial cleaning machines.
Sławomir Zgóra, EATON

The impact of additional technical solutions on the quality of the washing process.
Mirosław Kania, HOUGHTON

Water in automotive industry.
Paweł Romer, EUROWATER

The use of Hammelmann plunger pumps in the automotive industry.
Michał Komorowski, HAMMELMANN

30 min Coffee break time for discussion with speakers at EXPO
10:50–12:10 VI thematic panel – preparation and maintenance of cleaning liquids to achieve a high level of technical cleanliness in accordance with VDA 19 / ISO 16232.

Washing in heat treatment.
Tomasz Marczyński, HOUGHTON

Selected chemical agents and processes to achieve clean and ultra-clean components.
Krzysztof Piszczek, CHEMMET

Dosing systems in industrial cleaning machines.
Michał Miśkiewicz, PROMINENT

Cleaning agents for cleaning and deburring processes with high demands to technical cleanliness.
Dr. Steffen Henkel, PETROFER

30 min Coffee break time for discussion with speakers at EXPO
12:40-14:00 VII thematic panel – Outsourcing of deburring and industrial cleaning services in accordance with VDA 19 / ISO 16232.

Destilation of cleaning liquid from H2O as a way to production without waste water, advantages of own installation vs utilization in outsourcing.
Henryk Koik, H2O

Outsourcing of PER-degreasing and vibro-abrasive deburring of metal parts – a temporary solution or real benefits of permanent cooperation?
Cezary Brzozowski, VIA

Better cleaning by choosing the right chemistry and services. Legal aspects of cleaning in solvents.
Maciej Chmielewski, SAFECHEM

Outsourcing of washing, degreasing, deburring and industrial etching services in accordance with VDA 19 / ISO 16232 – best practices.
Ewelina Cieniecka, MTM CEE

14:00-15:30 Lunch and closing of the Forum

The organizers reserve the right to make changes in the detailed forum plan.
Participants registration via the registration form on the forum homepage: https://technical-cleanliness-forum.com/en/rejestracja/