As a pioneer in filtration, we have always been particularly motivated to bring groundbreaking innovations to market. Numerous patents are good evidence of this, and intensive research work bears witness to our ongoing striving. The area of digitalization in general and sensor technology in particular offer great opportunities to exploit the optimization potential in filtration even more in the future.
In 2020, we were able to launch the first intelligent filter element on the market: The LENSER i-Plate.
Our sensor technology makes it possible seeing inside the filtration process to strengthen a better understanding.
Have a look at our product finder to find some more information about the LENSER i-Plate.
"Innovative" does not necessarily mean "unprecedented. Even well-tried products can mature into innovations again with the help of modern tweaks. This is also the case with the LENSER Membrane Control System (MCS) – a typical case of "smart technology in an existing product":Our revised leakage detector with new LED light signals from afar that there is a malfunction in your membrane filter element.
You can find more information about the LENSER MCS in our product finder.
Our tireless striving for innovation is particularly evident in our approach to existing products. In the end, our aim is to integrate smart, future-oriented technology into classic filter presses.
For us, "Passion for Innovation" also means constantly questioning what already exists – even if it has proven successful for a long time. We once revolutionized the filtration world by introducing the first filter element made of polypropylene. We remain true to this pioneering spirit and live it out with passion.
What would the world of filtration look like if a more sustainable material than polypropylene were used? This is just one of many questions we deal with every day. After all, we are not meeting the ecological challenges of the future with paralyzing skepticism – but with a great thirst for research and the greatest enthusiasm.
How can technological progress become ecological progress at the same time? This question has already driven us to make numerous improvements – and our product development team is working flat out to find more convincing answers.