Please be aware that the Cleanroom Tuesdays 2022 will be held in German language only.
The world is developing fast, and so are the challenges in the cleanroom. Digitalization does not stop at Industry 4.0, and so it is that we in the cleanroom have to keep finding new ways and possibilities to become more efficient, more transparent and more competent. What keeps you busy? Which topics strike your chord and where is there an urgent need for action? Our CleanroomNet partner discusses these questions over and over again. We would like to invite you to join in the discussion. Join us in exciting discussion rounds with experts from the industry on the topics of Cleanroom 4.0 - the future of your cleanroom; From practice for practice with individual approaches to the topics of pressure control, filter testing and flow visualization; Locking in and out - what do you have to consider with regard to material and personnel, Quick In/Quick Out, pressure maintenance, etc.
The future of your cleanroom 4.0 | October 11, 2022 | 3:00pm CET
Industry 4.0" reflects the model of intelligent and self-organizing production. The fourth industrial revolution offers a multitude of new opportunities - digitalization will not only change value creation processes, it will also create new business models and perspectives for employees. So what does "cleanroom technology 4.0" mean ? The CleanRoomNet cleanroom network first tackled this topic 2 years ago under the title "Die Reine 4.0": we develop solutions for the digitalization of cleanroom technology from planning to construction and operation.
Follow exciting aspects of cleanroom technology 4.0 in our panel discussion:
Cleanroom 4.0 - just an abstract term or is there already more to it ? What is the current status?
What is the benefit for me as a customer and what added value can the data deliver?
What are the prerequisites for Cleanroom 4.0 and are there also limits and obstacles?
What innovations can we expect in the next few years?
Meet our discussion partners:
Ruven Brandes has been working in the pharmaceutical industry for more than 15 years. As an expert, he combines technical expertise with a strong sense of quality. In 2020, he was named one of the top 100 IIoT Influencers. As an engineer, it is of great concern to him to combine technical concerns and GMP requirements. The different professional stations enabled him to have a deep understanding of different points of view in a pharmaceutical company.
Ludwig Kuhn is managing director a EUROKEY Software GmbH with the professional focus areas: Mobile solutions, eLearning, logistics, facility management software development especially web applications and mobile solutions research and development (AR / VR / BIM / UX). He studied Information Science and Computer Science at Saarland University and is a certified EU Data Protection Officer since 2018.
Daniel Reichen has been a team member in ELPRO Key Account Management since 2016. He is responsible for global partnerships with dedicated multinational pharmaceutical companies. Daniel understands the daily challenges of life science organizations in operating temperature-controlled storage facilities and managing products in transit. Daniel holds a degree in Systems Engineering from the Interstate University of Applied Sciences Buchs NTB, Switzerland.
Dirk Steil is managing director BECKER Reinraumtechnik GmbH based in Saarbrücken. After graduating as an industrial engineer, he studied in England and France. In 2000, he joined the BECKER Group and founded the cleanroom technology division, for which he has been responsible as a GmbH since 2002. The Klima Becker Group has over 400 employees and locations in Germany, France and Luxembourg. Becker Reinraumtechnik designs and builds turnkey cleanrooms for a wide range of industries, with a focus on the health care sector.
Meet our moderator:
Isabell Dittmar took over the clean room sales area in 2018 and has been in charge of all sales at WZB - Werkstattzentrum für behinderte Menschen der Lebenshilfe gGmbH since April 2020. Ms. Dittmar is a trained wholesale and export merchant with a focus on wholesale and studied financial services at the University of Applied Sciences in Zweibrücken. The employees of WZB gGmbH, and thus also Ms. Dittmar, have set themselves the task of providing people with disabilities with professional qualifications, further developing their personalities and thus enabling them to live a life that is largely normal.
From practice for practice| October 18, 2022 | 3:00pm CET
From practice for practice. Do you know how to check the filters in your cleanroom and what requirements are placed on them? How can the pressure in your cleanroom be optimally maintained and what does a flow visualization actually look like exactly? Learn a lot of new things from our experts Mr. Heinz, Giga Industrie- und Gebäudeautomation; Mr. Michael Heuchert, Master Refrigeration Engineer at Klima Becker Full Service GmbH; Mr. Walter Ritz, Senior Consultant Cleanroom Technology at TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH.
In this 50-minute digital discussion session, you'll get answers to many questions, including:
Room pressure control
Choice of filter grade
Meet our discussion partners:
Stefan Heintz has been active in cleanroom technology since the late 1990s - at that time for Klima Becker. After founding the company GIGA, he actively supported the specialization of I&C technology in laboratories and manufacturing facilities. For many customers, he and his team are the technical contacts for individual and efficient control engineering solutions.
Michael Heuchert has been working for Klima Becker Full Service GmbH in the clean room division since 2008. He successfully passed the examination for master craftsman in refrigeration technology in 2006 and, as group leader, assumes responsibility for maintenance calculations, customer acquisition, customer support as well as for the technical processing of qualification measures and their documentation. A team of experienced clean room technicians supports Michael Heuchert in the implementation of qualification measurements, maintenance and fault analysis at the customer's site.
Walter Ritz studied at the University of Applied Sciences Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel in the field of supply engineering. Since 1992, he has been active in the field of cleanroom technology in the areas of technical planning, execution, product development, certification and consulting. Since 2009, he has been employed by TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH as a senior consultant. His tasks at TÜV SÜD are: Cleanroom Technology Expert, High Security Laboratory Expert, GMP Qualification Engineer, GMP Auditor, GDP Auditor, Occupational Safety Specialist.
Meet our moderator:
Severin Littmann ist seit 2016 im Reinraumbereich tätig. Bei pure11 GmbH, einem Lieferanten für benötigtes Verbrauchsmaterial, übernimmt er die Verantwortung für das Produktportfolio und die Beschaffung. Gemeinsam mit seinem Team ermöglicht Severin Littmann großen und kleinen Kunden den dauerhaften Betrieb der Reinräume. Durch seinen Fokus auf den Kunden und seine Erfahrung in der Beratung, können die hohen Kundenanforderungen mit dem breiten Angebot an Lösungsmöglichkeiten verknüpft werden und der optimale Weg eingeschlagen werden.
Airlocks in the clean room | October 25, 2022 | 3:00pm CET
Cleanrooms are usually divided into different cleanliness classes. Cleanroom airlocks represent the boundary between the individual areas and are used for the controlled entry and exit of material and personnel between the rooms of different cleanroom classes.
In this 60-minute live session, the topic will be highlighted by our network partners and current problems and their solutions will be discussed:
What special attention should be paid to when bringing in personnel ?
What role does the packaging of the material play and what concepts are there ?
Are there concepts to improve the efficiency of airlocking ?
Meet our discussion partners:
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Gerhard Winter studied chemistry & biology in Munich. From 1994 to 1997 he successfully participated in the graduate program Toxicology and Environmental Hygiene at the University of Düsseldorf. Since 2000 he has been a sworn and publicly appointed expert of the Munich Chamber of Industry and Commerce for the decontamination of pesticides and pest control. He is a member of the VDI Committee 2083 for Cleanroom Technology, Düsseldorf, and has been a scientific advisory board member of DEUTSCHES REINRAUMINSTITUT e.V. since 2014. In addition, he has been a consultant for the Dorfner Group since 2018.
Dirk Steil is the managing director of BECKER Reinraumtechnik GmbH, based in Saarbrücken. After graduating as an industrial engineer, he studied in England and France. In 2000, he joined the BECKER Group and founded the cleanroom technology division, for which he has been responsible as a GmbH since 2002. The Klima Becker Group has over 400 employees and locations in Germany, France and Luxembourg. Becker Reinraumtechnik designs and builds turnkey cleanrooms for a wide range of industries, with a focus on the health care sector.
Dr. Christoph Strubl has been managing the medium-sized company Strubl GmbH & Co. KG in the third generation since 1995. He is a member of the board of the Industrievereinigung Kunststoffverpackungen (IK) e.V. and spokesman for the board of the pharmaceutical packaging working group in the IK. The company was founded in 1949 and operates in three business areas: Cleanroom Packaging for Pharmaceuticals and Medical Technology, Automated Packaging Systems and Film Packaging for Industrial and Consumer Goods.
Meet our presenter:
Severin Littmann has been working in the cleanroom sector since 2016. At pure11 GmbH, a supplier of required consumables, he takes responsibility for the product portfolio and procurement. Together with his team, Severin Littmann enables large and small customers to operate cleanrooms on a permanent basis. Due to his focus on the customer and his experience in consulting, the high customer requirements can be linked with the wide range of possible solutions and the optimal path can be taken.
Strong partners for your cleanroom project
You want to use time and money as efficiently as possible in your cleanroom project? Do you want to concentrate on your core tasks and be able to rely fully on the know-how of experienced partners? Do you want to be on the safe side when it comes to cleanroom planning and costs? You are in good hands with CleanRoomNet. This is where the services and expertise of experienced cleanroom suppliers and service providers come together to form a unique network. From planning to consumables, we offer you a full range of cleanroom services. Contact us today at cleanroomnet.de and get to know all network partners and their services here.