CARY – INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, has announced that C-suite leaders and product developers gathered from October 10-12 in Chicago for the third edition of FiltXPO.
FiltXPO is an exhibition and technical conference dedicated exclusively to filtration and separation products and processes. Leading-edge exhibitors displayed their products and services to technology scouts and business developers.
The technical conference highlighted key topics affecting the filtration industry today and for the future and was co-organised by the Waterloo Filtration Institute.
The conference featured sessions on filter media technologies, advancements and opportunities in filtration machinery and equipment, innovations in clean air for homes and urban areas, standards and testing, industry trends and new developments, and filtration challenges and opportunities.
The two-day Filter Media Course, conducted by Behnam Pourdeyhimi, professor and executive director, The Nonwovens Institute; Hechmi Hamouda, professor textile engineering, NC State University (ret.); and Hooman Tafreshi, associate professor mechanical and aerospace engineering, NC State University, allowed participants to develop an overall understanding of nonwovens and their applications in air, liquid, and aerosol filtration, technologies, unmet needs, and trends for future development.
The next edition of FiltXPO and the Filter Media Course will be co-located with IDEA, taking place April 29-May 1, 2025, Miami Beach, Florida.
More information will be available January 2024 on www.filtxpo.com.