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International Specialized Exhibition CleanTechExpo - technology «clean rooms»

15 Oct 2013 - 17 Oct 2013 - Kyiv, Ukraine



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     International Specialized Exhibition

     CleanTechExpo –  technology «clean rooms»

                                                                   Sections:
PHARM CleanTech technology
«clean rooms» for the pharmaceutical industry
MED CleanTech – technology
«clean rooms» for health
FOOD CleanTech – technology
«clean rooms»for the food industry
LAB CleanTech  technology
«clean rooms» for laboratories
SCIENCE CleanTech  technology
«clean rooms» for research
ELECTRONIC CleanTech technology
«clean rooms» for microelectronics

 Topics:

Integrated solutions for «clean rooms»
Design of «clean rooms»

Engineering solutions and validation of «clean rooms»

Equipment:
  • air handling systems
  • air conditioning for «clean rooms»
  • filters and diffusers
  • control and automation systems for «clean rooms»
  • electrical equipment for «clean rooms»
  • equipment for local clean areas
Individual protection items
Disinfection and cleaning

«Pure» water


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