Stuttgart / Hannover. The changes taking place in numerous industrial sectors and markets are constantly presenting companies with new tasks. As a result, users from virtually all industries are looking for specific products and services at parts2clean, as well as for partners to adapt existing processes and find new solutions to new challenges.

"Despite the adverse conditions we faced last year, we were able to stage a successful event. We are extremely grateful for the trust that attendees and exhibitors have placed in our organization and, consequently, in the implementation of parts2clean, which has given us added optimism for the upcoming events – especially parts2clean 2022 in October," reports Hendrik Engelking, Global Director at Deutsche Messe.

The key topics at parts2clean consist of cleaning systems and alternative cleaning processes, systems and components for cleaning systems, quality inspection and assurance, cleaning media, services such as contract cleaning, cleanliness analysis, training and better corrosion protection, preservation, packaging and logistics, handling systems and automation solutions, cleaning baskets and workpiece carriers, cleanroom technology, research and development, and digitization.

Supporting program

The Expert Forum, organized by Deutsche Messe in cooperation with the Fraunhofer Cleaning Business Area (FRei) and the Industrial Parts Cleaning Association (Fachverband Industrielle Teilereinigung, FiT), will run over all three days of the event. As in the past, the forum will be devoted to the latest topics in cleaning technology, featuring expert discussions on a series of industrial parts and surface cleaning topics. In addition to current subjects like "Challenges in Electromobility and the Energy Industry" and "Precision Cleaning for Extreme Requirements", topics such as: Basics of Industrial Cleaning Processes; Digitization / Automation / Process Monitoring; Challenge from Contaminating Films; Analytics / Technical Cleanliness / Rules and Regulations as well as Environmental Relevance and Recycling Management will be on the agenda. Attendance at the forum is free of charge and, as last year, will be streamed live on the event website.