IVF gives this training in collaboration with Fraunhofer IPA with Dr.-Ing. Markus Rochowicz, Fraunhofer IPA as lecturer. The training is for 1.5 days and the lectures will be held in English. The number of participants is limited to 20.
This training enables the participant to understand cleanliness analyses according to VDA 19.1. The background to the technical necessity of cleanliness inspections and cleanly behavior is explained. It also qualifies the participant to determine and evaluate action to prevent re-contamination, based on the cleanliness specification of parts and systems.
For VDA-19.2, this training divides the extensive cleanliness planning and optimization process into compact and manageable individual parts. The separate but overarching treatment of the influences of environment, logistics, personnel and assembly equipment as well as methods for measuring cleanliness influences enables the participant to address technical cleanliness in assembly independently and systematically.
This training aims for anyone confronted with the quality factor technical cleanliness in their daily work in the automotive sector and suppliers, such as construction, quality assurance, technical purchasing and sales personnel. It aims at personnel dealing with planning and optimizing production, especially assembly planners and process owners of existing assemblies, logistics experts or facility managers. Due to the similar cleanliness requirements in the sectors aerospace, hydraulics and precision engineering, this training is also suitable for personnel from these backgrounds.
Markus Rochowicz, Fraunhofer IPA
09.00 Welcome and introduction of participants
09.15 Introduction to Technical Cleanliness. Background, damage mechanisms, standards
09.45 Approach for cleanliness compatible design of parts and components particle sources,
part design and cleaning technology
10.30 Coffee break
10.45 Inspection of Technical Cleanliness VDA 19.1 extraction, analysis, qualification,
documentation and specification of Technical Cleanliness.
13.00 Technical Cleanliness in assembly VDA 19.2, part 1 environment, logistics
14.00 Technical Cleanliness in assembly VDA 19.2, part 2 personnel, assembly equipment
15.00 Coffee break
15.15 Cleanliness inspection in production environment, surfaces, processes
15.45 Final discussion
16.30 End of education day 1
18.30 Dinner at a restaurant near Gothia Towers
08.30 Planning example according to VDA 19.2
09.00 Work on planning examples group work with participants
10.30 Coffee break
10.45 Presentation and discussion of planning examples by the working groups
18 nov 2020, 09:00 - 19 nov 2020, 12:00
Argongatan 30, Mölndal, Sweden
The fee includes lunch both days and dinner on November 18.
Delegates book their own accommodation. Rooms are reserved at Hotel Gothia Towers until November 2, 2020. To book your accommodation, click on the link below, send an e-mail or call Hotel Gothia Towers. Please state booking code RIS090920.
Price: 1 241 SEK, breakfast and VAT incl.
11 400 SEK
10 200 SEK for CFR-members.
The fee includes lunch both days, dinner on November 18 and documentation.
All fees are excl VAT.
If your company requires you to send a purchase order, please send it to RISE IVF AB (org. No. 556053-1526), Box 104, SE-431 22 Mölndal, Sweden
16 okt 2020
The registration is binding but may be transferred to another person within the organisation. A cancellation must be made by Oktober 16, 2020. If canceled after the date, the entire fee will be charged.
In the event that the number of participants is too small for a qualitative implementation of the event, RISE reserves the right to cancel the course by Oktober 17 at the latest. In the event of an acute illness of the teacher and in the event no substitute can be found, RISE reserves the right to cancel the course. RISE is responsible for informing all registered participants of the change as soon as possible. RISE is not responsible for costs incurred by the participant in canceling the course.Register here