6 EXHIBITION EXHIBITION GROUPS The interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and experience between manufacturers, users, developers and scientists has always been a key concern of ACHEMA. Some 3,800 exhibitors are set to present a wide range of new developments, innovative products and cross-sectoral system solutions distributed over 16 hall levels covering around 140,000 m² of exhibition space. Visitors to ACHEMA have a unique advantage: at no other event can a comparable concentration of cuttingedge technologies and solutions from all sectors of the process industry be experienced fi rst-hand. The vast spectrum of products and services of the ACHEMA exhibition is organised into exhibition groups, with the different branches allocated to individual hall levels, enabling visitors to pinpoint areas of interest at a glance. Environmental Protection and Biotechnology together with the Focal Themes (see pages 8 and 9) are integral, general themes and are, therefore, represented in all the halls. Literature, Information, Learning and Teaching Aids Passage 5.1 – 6.1; Foyer 4.1 International publishers of scientifi c and technical literature specialising in: industrial chemistry, process engineering, biotechnology, measurement and control, materials sciences, environmental protection, information systems and databases; manufacturers of learning and teaching aids for universities and vocational training as well as for continuing education at all levels. Engineering Halls 9.1, 9.2, outdoor area Development, planning and execution of complete production units for all sectors of chemical engineering and biotechnology; catalysts, reactors, microtechnology; CAE – computer-aided engineering; process simulation and software; plants for water and wastewater treatment, waste gas treatment, waste disposal and recycling; services from the areas of logistics, production and fi nancing; supply chain management; chemical parks. Mechanical Processes Halls 5.0, 5.1, 6.0, outdoor area Plant, apparatus, machines, equipment for mechanical processes, such as mixing, kneading, stirring, screening, fi ltering (including fi lter fabrics), centrifuging, crushing, grinding, agglomerating, homogenising, conveying, weighing; drive units and cleaning technology. Laboratory and Analytical Techniques Halls 4.1, 4.2, Foyer 4.1, outdoor area Equipment, facilities, chemicals and services for research and industrial laboratories; laboratory planning and equipment; apparatus for physical and chemical analysis, including sample preparation: weighing and dosing techniques, spectroscopy, chromatography and all related areas, surface analysis, environmental analysis, laboratory diagnostics and laboratory automation; services and contract analysis. Industrial and Labour Safety Hall 9.1 Safety concepts for chemical plants; equipment and measures for the protection of human life and the environment, such as breathing apparatus, oxygen apparatus, protective clothing, monitoring systems, explosion protection, sound insulation, anti-electrostatic techniques, transport of hazardous substances. Instrumentation, Control and Automation Techniques Halls 11.0, 11.1 Industrial measurement and control equipment, systems for automatic control and monitoring of operations and processes; data processing systems and programmes for chemical science and engineering, process computers and microprocessors; analytical apparatus for continuous concentration measuring and production control, sensors; electrical engineering systems, equipment and components.
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