Product News: New temperature control solutions at analytica

Huber Kältemaschinenbau presents new temperature control solutions for research and laboratories in Munich

26 Feb 2020

At analytica 2020, Huber will be showcasing new solutions and further developments in temperature control from -125 °C to +425 °C for research laboratories and process industry.

Visitors can expect an interesting cross-section of the Huber product range at the 140 m² booth, including Unistats, Unichillers and classic bath circulators.

A focal point of the presentation will be the compact Chili heating circulation thermostat. The hydraulically sealed temperature control circuit prevents the formation of oil vapors and oxidation.  The device has a working temperature range of 65 to 300 °C and achieves a temperature stability of +/-0.02 K. Measuring just 240 x 427 x 393 mm (W x D x H).

Another highlight will be the new cold trap models: With the CT50 and CT50 Twin, evaporation tasks in the laboratory should be easier and less expensive to implement. The cold trap has been especially developed for highly efficient solvent recovery in the laboratory.

Discover a new solution for cooling without refrigerant. Ultra-compact, easy to handle and versatile – the new Piccolo chiller convinces entirely with state-of-the-art thermoelectric Peltier technology. This technology can enable accurate and rapid heating or cooling, entirely without refrigerant, which is a clear benefit for the environment. 

In addition, the bestsellers Ministats and Minichiller as well as various Unistat process thermostats are shown. Other exhibition focuses include environmentally friendly cooling units with natural refrigerants as well as software solutions for process development and Industry 4.0.

In addition, Huber’s subsidiary Van der Heijden Labortechnik GmbH will present various temperature control solutions at its booth. Its experts will advise you on all aspects of temperature control technology.

The Huber booth is located in Hall B2, Booth 315.

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