H&V Wins Product of the Year Award from Waterloo Filtration Institute
Hollingsworth & Vose (H&V), a global manufacturer of advanced materials used in products that provide clean air, clean liquids and energy storage, has won Waterloo Filtration Institute’s Product of the Year Award for its standards-setting NanoWave® XT filtration media.
With NanoWave® XT, H&V has introduced a new filtration media for use in HVAC systems that outperforms all other media – reducing exposure to hazardous fine particulates while lowering energy consumption.
The product reflects H&V’s commitment to sustainability and is beneficial for people, the planet and business performance. H&V’s NanoWave® XT is used to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) in numerous public facilities, including hospitals, schools, airports, hotels and more.
“We are thrilled to receive this award from WFI. At H&V we are committed to developing and producing advanced materials for a cleaner world. In a year when clean air has become so essential in all public spaces, we’re especially pleased to introduce this superior filtration media,” said Mike Clark, Division President, High Efficiency and Specialty Filtration.
The Product of the Year award is given out annually to one new product to signal excellence in the industry. As an organization, WFI is dedicated to developing advanced filtration and separation solutions for a clean and sustainable world. WFI connects the filtration industry and academia.
NanoWave® XT has the highest performance and protection against PM1 particles. It offers the best possible cost-efficiency and significant energy savings due to up to 40% lower pressure drop, which reduces CO2 emissions by 30%.
In addition to producing filtration media for HVAC systems, H&V is a leading producer of critical healthcare related materials, including filtration media for face masks, N95 respirators, materials used in the production of ventilators, surgical hoods, and consumables for COVID-19 test systems.
About Hollingsworth & Vose
H&V is global manufacturer of advanced materials used in filtration, battery and industrial applications. H&V’s advanced materials contribute to a cleaner world through their use in products that provide clean air, clean liquids and energy storage. H&V’s materials can be found in filters for clean rooms, hospitals, computers, commercial buildings, homes, cars, trucks and heavy duty equipment, and also in batteries used in telecom, reserve power and automotive applications. Family-owned for seven generations, the company is headquartered in East Walpole, Massachusetts. H&V operates manufacturing and research & development facilities in the Americas, Europe, China, and India. Learn more at https://www.hollingsworth-vose.com.