Münster, January 28, 2022. From industrial plants to fuel cells, from vacuum cleaners to water treatment systems: Highly effective filtration creates the conditions for efficient and long-term operation in diverse applications. Solutions from Hengst Filtration meet these requirements even in demanding environments. The company will offer a look at the diverse world of filtration systems and filter elements at Filtech from March 8-10, 2022 in Cologne (Hall 7, Booth K13).
Innovative filtration concepts
According to the guiding principle “We lead the world in filtration making our planet a purer place” Hengst will be represented at Filtech with the entire product range for private households, trade & industry, machine and plant engineering, as well as all industrial applications. In addition to convincing filtration performance, the focus will be on intelligent function integration and intelligent filter concepts. One example is EASE, an innovative filter system for vacuum cleaners. The filter system uses very low differential pressure to achieve maximum vacuum power in combination with a much longer battery life. Other trade show highlights will include an innovative two-stage water filter for treatment of drinking water in recreational vehicles. The filter, which removes heavy metals, odors, turbidity and bacteria, is food compliant and meets the requirements of virtually all drinking water standards. Constantly high water quality is achieved without a membrane, which enables a high flow rate even at low pumping power. The innovative filter concept will also be explained in a presentation during the Filtech trade show.
Constantly growing product portfolio
Visitors to the Hengst booth can expect many other examples of efficient, pioneering filtration technology. In recent years the company has successively expanded its portfolio to include new product groups for air purifiers and living space ventilation systems. This is achieved through continuous in-house research and development activities as well as acquisitions of well-known companies specializing in filtration, including most recently the hydraulic filtration division of Bosch Rexroth AG.
The comprehensive presentation of new technologies and filtration systems at the Hengst booth will also include the future issue of smart filtration. Today, RFID technology can already be used for transmitting information and supporting predictive maintenance. Another example is the invisible marker, which enables easy and reliable identification for preventing plagiarism.
[Product page EASE]
[Product page Grünbeck water filtration]