Temperature control solutions at ANALYTICA virtual

Huber Kältemaschinenbau is taking part of the digital extension of the world’s leading trade fair for laboratory technology and analysis

At ANALYTICA virtual, Huber will be showcasing new solutions and further developments in temperature control technologies. The virtual visitors can expect an interesting cross-section of the Huber product range with a special focus on four product novelties. The exhibition will take place from 19 to 23 October in a purely virtual form.

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 vapours 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 are now even easier and less expensive to implement. The cold trap has been especially developed for highly efficient solvent recovery in the laboratory.

Precise temperature control has a significant impact on performance and quality in chemical process engineering. In two lectures, Dr. Paddy Delaney will explain what needs to be considered when designing temperature control systems for reactor applications and how to optimise distillation results with chiller technology.

Discover the 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 enables accurate and rapid heating or cooling, entirely without refrigerant, which is a clear benefit for the environment.

Our sales team will be pleased to welcome you at our virtual booth and present our new products via text, audio or video chat. Receive comprehensive information in the form of brochures, presentations, pictures and videos. Visitors can register free of charge for our webinar presentations on temperature control technology and our interactive booth at the Analytica virtual.

Click here to find out more.

Featured Companies

Huber (more information, website)