Processing Magazine

Enhanced pavilions highlight the 2005 Chem Show

September 28, 2005

CPI professionals seeking the latest innovations and products impacting the Maintenance, Process Control & Automation, and Powder Processing segments of the industry will be interested in three expanded and enhanced Pavilions at the 51st CPI Exposition – the CHEM SHOWNovember 1-3, 2005 at the Javits Convention Center in New York. Long considered key features of North America’s largest biennial industry event, the three Pavilions have been enhanced to provide the following offerings from many new exhibitors:

§ The Maintenance Showcase: This pavilion, which debuted to rave reviews at the 1999 CHEM SHOW, continues to grow in popularity. It is designed to provide a broad cross section of CPI professionals with a comprehensive overview of the products and services they need to reduce downtime, meet stringent regulatory requirements, improve performance and increase reliability. More than 22 leading suppliers of maintenance solutions from around the country will be displaying hundreds of products never seen before at any other event. Special products featured in the pavilion include outsourced services and such products as: • couplings • filters • cleaning equipment • test & measurement equipment • corrosion-resistant materials • detectors • storage tanks & pressure vessels • hoses • gauges & meters • seals • gaskets • packing • replacement parts • tubing • inspection instruments • alloys and much more.

§ Process Control & Automation Center (PC&A): Will showcase hundreds of new products from more than three-dozen leading suppliers from 4 countries. Products featured at the Center range from advanced software systems for a variety of applications to process control, plant integration, measurement and analytical equipment.

  • The Powder Processing Showcase: With a special focus on powder-related products from 35 companies, including 5 first-time exhibitors, special products featured here include • filtration equipment • mixers • controls • particle size analyzers • heat exchangers • explosion protection • scales/checkweighers • dryers • material handling equipment • control software • sieving & screening equipment • powder transfer systems • pumps • valves and mills.

The Show is also adding nanotechnology to the show’s educational program for the first time. Show Management reports that they expect upwards of 9,000 visitors from around the world to visit more than 600 exhibitors showcasing thousands of new products, services and emerging technologies for the Chemical Process Industries.