Cleanliness for the Electric Vehicle Revolution

Cleanliness for the Electric Vehicle Revolution

 

 

 

• Description

Technical cleanliness has established itself as a constant in the area of functional systems. Even the technological change in the direction of e-mobility, characterized by the lower complexity of system components, opens new fields of application. In this respect, we will look at the characteristics and best practices in technical cleanliness, how to achieve existing and future quality requirements and reduce operating costs.


Component cleanliness is no longer an option. It's an obligation!


Measure component cleanliness against industry codes for manufactured parts and components in accordance to ISO 16232 and VDA 19 standards.


Join our Cleanliness and Filtration experts to gain a comprehensive understanding of how to:


1. Get your production process under control to meet the cleanliness specifications
2. Implement best practices into your plant to measure component cleanliness.
3. Implement and create cleanliness standards.
4. Trust your component cleanliness measurement results for battery, electric drive and bearings



Speakers

 

 

Tony Green

Principal Technical Specialist

Pall Corporation


Tony Green is Principal Innovation Technology Specialist for Pall’s Fluid technology and Asset Protection division working across wide range of industries with the focus in the automotive sector. He is responsible for the EMEA region and for automotive in-plant worldwide. His role encompasses technical support, project management and product development. He joined Pall 32 years ago and has been responsible for a range of technical roles within the company. Before joining Pall Corp, he was a design engineer responsible for the design of electro hydraulic systems. Tony has an HND in Mechanical engineering from Southampton Solent University.

 

 

Christian Matala De Mazza

Product Champion PCC

Pall Corporation


Christian Matala de Mazza is a Product Champion for Pall Cleanliness Cabinets and the subject of component cleanliness within Pall Corporation and looks after direct customers in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. He is supporting customers and colleagues globally and coordinates cross-border PCC projects. He started to work for Pall in 1999, initially in technical support for the sales team in Germany. In 2000 he took over the Component Cleanliness Audit department and gradually grew into the role of specialist and product manager. As part of his activities, he worked in the standardization committees for the preparation of VDA 19 / ISO 162323. Before joining Pall, he worked for 2 years in the development department of a mineral oil company based in the Ruhr area. Christian studied process engineering and graduated with a degree in engineering.Christian Matala De Mazza

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