The functionality of the fabric, which is specially produced for filters, is scientifically defined and has been tested many times. It is commonly used for the filtration of food and drinking water and in the technical laboratories of many large industries, e.g., for particle separation.
Our major challenge for this high-tech fabric was to define the appropriate mesh size for our needs. We wanted to filter as effectively as possible without waiting too long for the liquids to be strained or to "seep through."
The German Textile Research Centre North-West (DTNW), which analyses particles and compiles statistics on materials commonly found in private and commercial environments, supports us wholeheartedly. The DTNW's microscopic analysis of dust samples from various households showed that our filter material is highly suitable for sorting out house dust from cleaning and rinsing water. Hier geht’s zum Test.
We regularly supplement the test series with dust samples to support our results.