Be part of a guided tour of selected exhibitors and gain exclusive insights into innovations and trends. We have two different tours on offer - which one would you prefer?
With a minimum of five and a maximum of 25 participants per tour, our industry experts from ECTS will accompany you on a themed tour of heavy clay ceramics in Hall A4. You will visit up to 5 selected stands, where you will be presented with new ideas and specific solutions relating to the key themes of "digitalisation", "energy efficiency" and "innovations". The guided tours last approx. 45 minutes and take place once a day from Tuesday to Thursday in German, English or Italian.
The meeting point is ten minutes before the start of each tour. Please register in advance for your chosen tour using the links below.
Tip: Due to the high level of interest, we recommend booking early.
Location: Hall A4 (heavy clay ceramics)
Meeting point: ten minutes before the tour starts at the ECTS stand, A4.426
Duration: 45 minutes
Frequency: 1 time per day, from Tuesday to Thursday
Languages: German, English and Italian
Sought - found: This tour is aimed in particular at visitors from application industries such as electrical engineering and electro-heat engineering, aerospace, analytical technology and sensor technology, semiconductor production, the automotive industry, medical technology and many other branches of industry. Technical ceramics can always be a solution when other materials reach their limits due to environmental conditions (temperature, corrosive media, etc.) or mechanical requirements (rigidity, weight, etc.).
After a brief introduction to the topic of "Technical Ceramics", you will head for the stands that will give you a better understanding of the range of technical ceramics and ceramic components. Gain an optimum overview of the solutions that technical ceramics offer for your applications with our partners from Göller Verlag.
The minimum number of participants per tour is 3 persons, maximum 15 persons.Register now
For visitors to ceramitec, participation in the guided tours is free of charge!