Our hashtag #filtrationforfuture isn’t a marketing slogan but rather a common practice: we develop filtration solutions to meet the needs of the future, always in the interests of living and doing business in the most sustainable way possible.
More than 200 engineers work at Hengst Filtration in a broad variety of occupational fields, ranging from product development, design and testing to quality, production technology, simulation, and patenting.
They also possess various qualifications: filtration, engineering, chemical engineering, process engineering, automotive engineering, and quality control and assurance.
All this expertise lets us work in tandem to achieve our grand vision: purifying our planet.
Hengst offers engineers many opportunities to further their skills beyond just the field of technology and to pursue work with a greater purpose.
Dr. Lars Petersen
Team Leader in Product Predevelopment in Particle and Droplet Filtration
Tech Center Filtration: the heart of our predevelopment
In 2023, we’ll also be opening our new Tech Center Filtration in Münster – our headquarters for everything having to do with filtration. The Tech Center Filtration is positioned upstream of all divisions and development units, for example, to innovatively address problems in the field of fuel cell technology or microplastic filtration. This is where we develop new areas of expertise and solve problems facing society.
All job vacancies in the Research and Development unit at Hengst
All of our current job vacancies can be found on our job board. You can filter the vacancies according to your preferences by checking off the “Research & Development” box under “Business unit.”