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FTC technology wins award

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Filtration Technology Corp.’s (FTC) Invicta® technology has been awarded 2020 New Product of the Year by the American Filtration and Separations Society (AFS) during its annual conference, FiltCon 2o21.

As described in the conference, Invicta technology is a novel trapezoidal-shaped cartridge filter element design that leverages increased effective surface area inside a filter vessel resulting in increased capacity and extend filter life. Then unique design is an advancement of the 60-year-old cylindrical filter model that the industry has been stuck on for decades.

“Our whole team at FTC is deeply honoured that AFS has recognised our Invicta technology with this award. We think very highly of AFS, and it really means something special to be recognised considering their efforts to spotlight those that contribute to the industry. AFS members contribute exciting new innovations to filtration and separations every year,” said Chris Wallace, FTC Vice President of Technology. “Since its release in 2019, Invicta has changed industry thinking and the industrial filtration market with it.”

AFS members collaborate and innovate to ensure clean air and water, safe foods and beverages, pure and effective drug therapies and medical devices, smaller and more powerful personal electronic devices, as well as reliable and efficient transportation platforms, such as trains, boats, and planes.

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