On basis of most modern polymers and their special material properties we develop procedures, constructions and devices.
PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene), also known by the brand names, Teflon® and Dyneon™ is our most important basic material. The structural components, semi-finished goods, and finished parts manufactured from PTFE are used for a wide spectrum of industrial applications. PTFE is also the major material in our digestion and reactor systems used in the laboratory and technical facilities.
We utilize the isostatic molding procedure – which we have further refined and perfected ourselves – as a processing technique. The products manufactured with this procedure are characterized by the highest quality standard.
Openness to innovation, knowledge, and more than 35 years of experience are the guarantees for reliable and functional “High tech” products from BERGHOF. Users throughout the world and in the most diverse fields have come to rely on this.
The BERGHOF Products + Instruments GmbH quality management system has been certified in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001:2000.
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Highpreactor - More flexibility and diversity! - High Pressure Reactors, Customized Reactors and Test Autoclaves. Berghof reactors in volumes fro...
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Speedwave®two Microwave Digestion Systems - Light-weight, compact digestion system for routine jobs.
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