"CAL 700, flexible solutions for reliable and accurate calibration. Custom manufactured stainless steel calibration baths can be designed to accommodate multiple temperature sensors, thermometers and other temperature sensitive measuring devices to accurately measure readings from -100 to +400°C. Varifiable, comparable results and procedures require traceable calibrated instruments. The quality of measurements is defined in terms of tolerance and repeatability and is only achievable with the use of calibrated instruments. Huber calibration baths are designed specifically to provide an environment of close temperature uniformity and high stability for calibration applications. The modular concept consists of a combination of calibration bath and a Huber Unistat®. The Unistat® controls the temperature within the bath and different Unistats® can be matched with different baths for varying temperatures or the volume of the required calibration bath. Huber calibration baths have the option of a heat exchanger which can be installed to separate the bath fluid from the circulator fluid. Special calibration software in the circulator and the self-optimising controller with TAC-Technology mean short times between the different calibration temperatures and highly stable conditions at the calibration set point."
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