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New Temperature Control Catalogue 2013/2014 Available Now!

Published: Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, December 05, 2012
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New catalogue presents high precision thermoregulation solutions for laboratories, pilot plants and production processes.

The new catalogue from Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau presents high precision thermoregulation solutions for laboratories, pilot plants and production processes.

In the new 2013/2014 catalogue a range of new innovations are shown. Highlight is the new touchscreen controller Pilot ONE®!

Huber’s temperature control catalogue 2013/2014 features many new products with the new PilotHuber_catalogue.gif ONE® controller integrated into: dynamic temperature control systems, chillers and classic circulators for use in research, pilot plant and production.

The product range offers temperature control solutions for applications from -120 to +425 °C.

The newly developed Pilot ONE® controller offers the latest touchscreen technology.

Thanks to a unique Plug and Play technology the introduction of the Pilot ONE® allows easy expansion of functions and features. The controller provides comfortable navigation and advanced control technology.

Ease of use is facilitated with USB/LAN connections and full text menu guidance in 11 languages.

New in the product range are the air cooled Unistats® 510 and 610 as well as the BFT®5, a beer force-ageing-test bath for quality control in beer production.

In addition, the catalogue contains information on post sale services such as service agreements, certificates and IQ / OQ documentation.

Many case studies are also available in the catalogue presenting empirical performance data. Showing various cooling circulators used in conjunction with different reactor systems.

They are a useful source of information and provide a real basis for performance comparison.

The new catalogue is available in 8 languages as PDF download or can be requested free at www.huber-online.com or by calling +49 781 9603-123.


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