A cornerstone of Monteco is its product development capability. From its 23,000 square foot in-house facility in Mississauga, Canada it develops, tests, and verifies technology that is either internally generated or sourced from university labs across North America. Monteco uses its network of academics and research scientists to source, innovate, and discover emerging technologies. Staffing the facility required not only research scientists, but those with extensive contacts into academia, which offer Monteco broad access into the esoteric scientific community and the innovation therein. Since its founding in 2005, Monteco’s R&D Centre has developed a number of products, including Imbrium Systems’ JellyFish fine sediment filtration system, Green Turtle’s Retroceptor and Microceptor products, and is currently developing Imtex Membranes olefin separation technology and Optomem’s gas detection products, among others.
Monteco is currently executing on a program of new generation products that have either been developed internally or sourced from university labs across North America. Over the past several years, Monteco has developed a number of technologies, which has significantly increased its product offering in the water, air, and energy sector. Monteco has issued over 40 patents and have 15 active applications globally.