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parts2clean slated for Oct. in Germany

The 11th session of the "parts2clean" international trade fair for cleaning of industrial components and surfaces will take place Oct. 22-24, 2013 in Stuttgart, Germany. The list of exhibitors currently includes more than 200 companies from 14 countries.

The exhibitors at parts2clean 2013 provide answers and solutions for economical and process-safe deburring and cleaning processes, according to show organizer Deutsche Messe, Hannover, Germany.

Billed as the only international trade fair with an exclusive focus on cleaning of industrial components and surfaces, parts2clean also offers comprehensive know-how via its 3-day technical forum, with simultaneous translation from German to English and English to German, of the lectures on the various topics involved, including deburring.

According to Deutsche Messe, clean production relies on parts free of burrs and chips, and various deburring methods will be compared at parts2clean 2013.

Burrs and chips occur at almost every stage in the manufacture or processing of components. These sharp-edged fragments of material pose an injury hazard, and such production waste can also affect the quality and function of the product.

Also, parts with burrs and chips cannot meet modern expectations and the often stringent cleanliness requirements in such sectors as the automotive, aviation and medical industries, precision engineering, electrical and mechanical engineering.

There is no way to side-step the need for deburring, according to Deutsche Messe. What procedure to use to carry out this task efficiently and without endangering processes? Does de-burring pose special requirements on cleaning the parts?

“If specific cleanliness requirements have to be met with regard to the residual particulate contamination, then deburring of the components is a basic essential,”said Olaf Daebler, head of surface technology at Deutsche Messe, in a statement. “That’s why this year’s parts2clean will focus the spotlight for the first time on deburring, including a dedicated theme park.”

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