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Filtrex highlights bright future of nonwoven filter media

21
May '19
Pic: EDANA
Pic: EDANA
At the Filtrex 2019 conference organised by EDANA in Berlin recently, delegates had the chance to hear leading spokespersons from the industry discuss future of filtration for vehicles in age of e-mobility, new developments in nonwoven media, media design and filter converting, modelling and testing for high performance requirements expected by the market.

The second edition of the Filtrex Innovation Award, the only award recognising innovation in the filtration industry, was also organised during the conference. Math2Market was rewarded by the industry for their GeoDict software. Votes were submitted confidentially by industry professionals attending Filtrex Europe. Delegates could also benefit from multiple opportunities to meet and connect, according to a press release by EDANA.

“In today’s time of growing transparency and availability of data through sensors and IT technologies, the whole supply chain can more than ever benefit from such forums like Filtrex conferences to help building closer partnerships able to deliver the expected performance,” said Pierre Wiertz, general manager of EDANA.

“Filtrex remains the place for filter makers to hear the latest development from nonwoven media suppliers, and it will be EDANA’s continued mission to communicate this,” said Dr Joerg Sievert, COO Freudenberg Filtration and chair of the Filtration Working Group.

EDANA serves more than 250 companies across 36 countries in the nonwovens and related industries, helping its members to design their future. The Association’s mission is to create the foundation for sustainable growth of the nonwovens and related industries through active promotion, education and dialogue. (PC)

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