BASEL – The 5th trade show for granules, powder and bulk solids technologies in Basel will present the whole range of mechanical process engineering on 16th and 17th November 2016.
«The right technologies for every process»: That is the motto of this years’ SOLIDS Basel, which will take place on 16th and 17th November 2016 at Messe Basel. The main industry event for decision makers and users from various industries will provide an efficient mix of exhibition and knowledge transfer at the InnovationCenter stage.
At Switzerland’s top event for bulk solids and process technology, everything revolves again around the processing and handling of granules, powders and bulk solids of all kinds. “Bulk solids are part of the production process in many industries and are therefore in the focus of an efficient and cost-conscious strategy”, says Easyfairs event director Daniel Eisele. “SOLIDS Basel is an essential marketplace for Switzerland as well as a wide knowledge platform.”
Highly innovative exhibitors show their ideas for the future
Key players of the industry will attend SOLIDS Basel 2016 again such as ALPIQ Prozessautomation AG, Brabender Technologie GmbH & Co. KG, Emde Industrie-Technik GmbH, Endress+Hauser (Switzerland) AG, IEP Technologies GmbH, KREISEL GmbH & Co. KG, REMA TIP TOP Vulc-Material AG, REMBE GmbH Safety + Control, Schrage Rohrkettensystem GmbH, Siemens Schweiz AG, Swissfilter AG, TEAG Textil-Emballagen AG and VEGA Messtechnik AG. For the first time companies such as Erwin Telle GmbH, NORO Gesellschaft für Rohrsysteme mbH, Recyclix and Rubitec AG will be at the fair.
The trade show focuses on diverse processing and process steps – from crushing and grinding of coarse and fine-grained materials to filtering and separating, mixing, agglomerating and shaping. On display are machinery and procedures for incoming materials, handling and processing, internal processes as well as storing and internal & external transport.
Experience the technology of the future live
The topics of great importance to powder, bulk solids and production experts are safety and sanitariness, energy and resource-efficient production as well as measurement and automation. To this end, visitors will find a wide variety of products, solutions and services. Competent interlocutors also provide information on current trends like the new 3D printing production processes or specific solutions for the food, pharmaceutical, plastics and chemical industries as well as for the metal, logistics, agriculture, construction and mining industries.
Flexibility is an important keyword when talking about bulk solids handling. How does it work nowadays as efficiently as possible? Answers are for example given by Schrage Rohrkettensystem GmbH Conveying Systems at SOLIDS Basel – with the new BULKup. The system transports bulk solids as needed: Out of big bags or sacks – into wagons, trucks or containers. Visitors can experience in real life how the BULKup works as the conveyor system of Schrage Conveying Systems will be placed in front of the entrance of SOLIDS Basel together with a bulk solids transporter. “Flexible handling solutions are very important at the production site in Switzerland”, says Ralf Schrage, CEO Schrage Rohrkettensystem GmbH, Conveying Systems. “At SOLIDS Basel trade visitors find everything needed for an efficient and cost-conscious business practice. In addition, users and decision makers can profit from expert presentations regarding the topic of bulk solids and process technology.”
Also, according to estimates by Endress+Hauser (Switzerland) AG, SOLIDS Basel is a “must-attend” event in the annual calendar, which displays important innovations. The company presents the latest developments in the bulk solids industry – with Solimotion FTR20, a bulk solids motion sensor based on microwave technology and with Soliwave FQR56/FDR56, a microwave barrier for non-contact level detection. Lukas Hablützel, Head of Marketing, Endress+Hauser (Switzerland) AG says: “SOLIDS Basel has established itself as a national trade show for innovations in industrial process engineering for bulk solids. For Endress+Hauser this event provides the right platform in the local vicinity to showcase innovative solutions for process measurement technology in the industry and to speak to the audience about the right technology for each measurement and monitoring task.”
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The regular two-day ticket for SOLIDS Basel costs 30 CHF. However, visitors can attend the exhibition for free when signing up online in advance.