Big Apple Hosts The 50th Chem Show
More than 800 exhibitors will showcase hundreds of new products, services and emerging technologies for the chemical process industries' biennial Chem Show, to be held at Javits Convention Center, New York City, November 18-20.
Show management reports at least 14,000 visitors from around the world will attend the show and conference to see the latest process equipment, instruments, controls, engineered materials and equipment for safety environments and liquid and solids handling.
The three-day exhibition will include three product pavilions: powder processing, process control and automation, and maintenance. The powder processing showcase will house products to help optimize process operations for powder and bulk solids. Among the products expected to be exhibited are processing, handling and storage equipment, including separation and filtration equipment, dryers, extractor systems, centrifuges, vacuum and cleaning systems, particle analyzers and controls. The process control and automation center will showcase products that help systems run more efficiently, including instruments, controls, data collection, scanning, hardware and software to networking and integration products, and automation systems. The maintenance showcase offers products to help extend plant and equipment life. Products and services to help maintain and retrofit operations, including predictive software and measurement equipment, will be on display as well as gaskets, seals and flexible hose.
This year's conference program includes more than 50 presentations derived from seven tracks. Attendees can create a customized program to meet their specific needs. The seven tracks include:
- Bulk solids handling.
- Instrumentation, automation and control.
- Operations, maintenance, safety and environmental protection.
- Fluid handling and sealing.
- Advances in process technology.
- Get the most out of consultants.
- Energy efficiency through air-pollution control.
For information on attending or exhibiting at the Chem Show, contact Mark Stevens at (203) 221-9232, fax (203) 221-9260 or visit www.chemshow.com.