Over the last year, Ahlstrom has been investing in testing and processing equipment at the Global Filtration Technical Center in Turin. As a result, testing can be carried out as finished filters or flat sheet configuration.
The centre also provides access to pleaters and processing equipment in order to build prototypes and simulate real life filtration conditions.
The Ahlstrom testing facility focuses on research and development for all transportation, air and liquid filtration applications.
“Our investment to the testing and development facility is yet another example of our commitment to the filtration market. We are now better equipped to collaborate with our customers and work together to develop the next generation filtration ideas,” said Tommi Björnman, executive vice president of Filtration at Ahlstrom.