The industrial experience of the inventor and developer, which spans over several decades, has taught him innovative and progressive thinking.
Over the course of the years, he noticed the filtration processes were maintenance-, time-, and material-intensive. Furthermore, it was virtually impossible to carry out a fully automated production process. He refused to accept the substantial environmental burden and saw it as his duty to the future generations to find a resolution.
His main priority was to present a solution, which enabled the production operations to work mostly or completely automated and could work completely independent from the maintenance intervals.
This way of thinking led him to the development and subsequent patent application of the simplest self-cleaning filter system worldwide.
Successful ideas always follow a simple concept.