JULABO’s PRESTO® A80 was selected for an Innovation Award as one of the three best innovations in the 'Thermal Processes' category.
During ACHEMA 2012 the internationally recognized laboratory trade media LABORPRAXIS, PROCESS, and PharmaTEC presented Innovation Awards for the fifth time. The evaluation scheme for the 11 categories focused especially on the degree of innovation, user’s profitability, existing applications, and presentation. JULABO participated in this year’s award with its newly developed, highly dynamic temperature control system PRESTO® A80.
The new PRESTO® series convinces with its modern design, highly efficient components, innovative operation via an integrated 5,7’’ color industry touch screen, and numerous interfaces. No matter the requirements: temperature control of reactors, material stress tests or temperature simulation – the new PRESTO® regulate temperatures with high precision and guarantee extremely fast temperature changes.
The PRESTO® A80 made the short list in the category 'Thermal processes'. This designation makes it one of the three best innovations in this category. At the Award Ceremony on Tuesday 19 June 2012 JULABO’s managing director Markus Juchheim was delighted to receive the certificate. This award acknowledges clearly that JULABO is an innovative company with employees who have a high creative potential.JULABO Labortechnik GmbH
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