With nearly 600 exhibitors from around the world and more than 10,000 chemical process industry visitors, the 52nd edition of the Chem Show will be arriving in New York City's Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on Tuesday, October 30.
Between October 30 and November 1, equipment, technologies, trends and materials for the chemical process industries will be displayed on the show floor. Technical, management and operations topics mark the conference program, which includes sessions, management forums, operations workshops, tutorials and short courses.
Expanded product pavilions will be prominent at the 2007 Chem Show. The Process Control and Automation Center will show products from more than three dozen suppliers from four countries. Products include advanced software systems, software for process control, plant integration devices, measurement tools and analytical equipment.
With a special focus on powder-related products from 35 companies, the Powder Processing Showcase will include products such as dryers, filtration equipment, heat exchangers, explosion-protection equipment, mixers, controls, particle size analyzers, scales and checkweighers, material-handling equipment and control software.
The Facilities and Maintenance Showcase will highlight products and services from 22 suppliers to provide visitors with a peek at new equipment that can help reduce downtime, meet regulatory requirements, improve performance and increase reliability.
For information on the Chem Show 2007, visit the trade show's web site or call (203) 221-9232.