More than eighteen months after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Freudenberg Filtration Technologies will participate in its first on-site trade show again: at this year’s EIMA, the International Agricultural and Gardening Machinery Exhibition held in Bologna, Italy, from 19 to 23 October, the filtration specialist will showcase its portfolio of micronAir agricultural filtration solutions at booth D46 in hall 20 and inform on the importance of pure air for agricultural vehicle operators.
“We are pleased to exhibit at this year’s EIMA in Bologna, a key stage to put our solutions on display and engage in dialogue with experts and customers from around the globe,” says Giacomo Menzio, responsible for the agricultural filter product and service portfolio at Freudenberg Filtration Technologies. “We are excited to participate and share our contribution to a critical subject, both on an equipment and educational level for higher operator safety.”
Meeting a strict norm
With its micronAir cabin air filters for categories 2, 3 and 4, Freudenberg Filtration Technologies aims at increasing operator safety and well-being with products that fulfil the latest EU regulations: since the EU standard EN 15695 identifies cabin air filtration as a cornerstone of operator safety, it defines four cabin categories, each with different filtration requirements that Freudenberg can meet. “Our range of micronAir cabin air filters effectively protect operators from dust, aerosols, gases and vapors, protecting their health during spraying operations,” Giacomo Menzio points out. To this effect, Freudenberg has devised a multi-stage structure that is capable of reliably separating the full spectrum of different dusts, aerosols, gaseous and vaporous contaminants, and can fully replace personal protective equipment (PPE) inside the cabin.
The secrets of effective filtration
Other than the solutions themselves, the filtration specialists will present a deep dive into the underlying technology. On October 20, from noon to 1 pm, trade show visitors can get the latest on „Operator protection inside vehicle cabins: air purification requirements from EN 15695“ in the „Concerto Hall” of the Services Centre (block D). The presentation will be held by Maik Sieh, Manager Application Engineering Special Applications at Freudenberg. For those unable to attend, it will be broadcasted live on EIMA’s website: www.eima.it
Freudenberg Filtration Technologies will be present at booth D46, hall 20 of Bologna Fiere.