Frost & Sullivan is extremely impressed with Vortisand®’s ability to achieve four to five times higher filtration than traditional micro-meter filters, while reducing the system’s footprint by up to 50%.
Coventry, RI (PRWEB) September 15, 2015
Neptune Benson is pleased to announce that its Vortisand® H2F Cross-Flow Submicron Filtration System has been selected for the New Product Innovation Award by research company Frost & Sullivan.
The Vortisand H2F is a high-capacity, high-flow, automatic back washable media filter that combines cross-flow dynamics with microsand media to achieve submicron filtration at speeds up to five times faster than traditional multimedia filters. The patented filter is uniquely positioned to solve filtration challenges on applications with higher flow rates, while substantially reducing equipment footprint and providing significant water savings versus traditional filters.
“We’re really excited to be receiving this award,” said Marco Bosisio, Vice President & General Manager of Industrial Products at Neptune Benson. “It reinforces the hard work and dedication we have put into the Vortisand technology, and highlights its strengths and benefits within the industry.”
Each year, Frost & Sullivan, through its extensive research, identifies cutting-edge technologies within the water and wastewater industries. The New Product Innovation Award is presented to a company with an innovative element in a product by leveraging leading-edge technologies. The award recognizes the value-added features/benefits of the product and the increased ROI it offers customers, which, in turn, increases customer acquisition and overall market penetration potential.
“The Vortisand® earned Frost & Sullivan’s New Product Innovation award due to its advanced filtration power created from the combination of microsand media and cross-flow effect generated by the innovative Vortijet injector. Frost & Sullivan is extremely impressed with Vortisand®’s ability to achieve four to five times higher filtration than traditional micro-media filters, while reducing the system’s footprint by up to 50%. The Vortisand system has proven to be a disruptive technology throughout a variety of applications in the water filtration industry since its inception in 2013,” said Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst Seth Cutler.
The award will be officially presented at the Frost & Sullivan Growth, Innovation & Leadership Awards Gala being held in the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, Santa Clara, Calif., on September 17.
Neptune Benson will also be exhibiting at Process Expo 2015 in Chicago September 15th – 18th and at WEFTEC 2015 September 28th – 30th; visitors can learn more about the Vortisand H2F at these shows or visit Neptune Benson’s website at http://www.neptunebenson.com