Exhibitors will be vendors and suppliers of plant and maintenance equipment and related products/services. The exhibition would be split into three primary categories:
Core maintenance products/services
These include but are not limited to: condition monitoring and predictive maintenance hardware and software; maintenance and asset management consultancy services; asset management, and maintenance information systems; contract maintenance and management services; buildings and property maintenance; industrial cooling: seals, pumps and valves; bearings, lubrication and oil analysis; and providers of technical training services.
The exhibition will provide an area offering ancillary services such as: access and handling and storage equipment (including forklift truck maintenance and related equipment) alignment systems; bearing maintenance equipment; cleaning equipment and materials (industrial sweepers/ scrubbers and dryers, and component cleaning equipment) and related services; flooring, door providers and general premises and facilities management; generators; health and safety products, services, and information sources; leak detection equipment; specialist engineering services (such as pump and valves/ water management/ waste management); security and fire prevention; and sensors, probes and tools.
Energy conservation has become an important topic in recent years – especially since the introduction of the Climate Change Levy. Good energy management could be a matter of survival for companies that are high energy consumers. Visitors to the Plant and Asset Managment exhibition can learn how maintenance can make a significant contribution to the reduction of energy consumption. This aspect of the show is dedicated to making a difference to energy efficiency and offers information and advice on metering, monitoring and targeting, deciding on the right boilers and burners, drives, motors, controls and contract management.