ONTARIO, Calif. – February 11, 2020 – Wallner Expac, the developer and manufacturer of its patented X-Mesh® – the industry standard in filter media backing is excited to announce that it will exhibit at the inaugural FiltXPO™ International Filtration/Separation Exhibition & Technical Conference. To help kick off the inaugural FiltXPO, Wallner Expac has made available a limited amount of complimentary expo passes.
Formerly known as Filtration Conference and Expo, FiltXPO™ will be held February 26-28 at the Navy Pier in Chicago. Exhibiting in booth #319, Wallner Expac will showcase its expanded metals that offer optimal quality and performance for various filtration applications.
As the first manufacturer to develop expanded metal for use in pleated filters as a replacement for welded wire, Wallner Expac is committed to delivering sustainable and environmental solutions that ensure optimal air quality. As such, many leading filter companies partner with Wallner Expac as it continues to develop and introduce innovative products and solutions for the filtration industry.
Also featured by Wallner Expac will be its new MicroForm® expanded metal foils. Manufactured in its dedicated climate-controlled environment, MicroForm® is engineered for use in microfiltration, advanced battery technologies, speaker grilles, EMI/RFI shielding, and more.
Wallner Expac representatives will be on site to share its industry products and knowledge with attendees and demonstrate how their organizations can benefit from its comprehensive products and services– design, engineering, and manufacturing. Furthermore, attendees can learn how expanded metal has many uses beyond filtration including automotive, construction, architecture, and more.
Be sure to be a part of FiltXPO as it will not return until October 2021. This event is expected to draw over 2,000 filtration industry professionals and 200 exhibitors from around the world. Those interested in obtaining a complimentary expo pass should contact Manuel Menchaca, Sr. Marketing Manager, Wallner Expac.back to all news