With the motto "Superior Temperature Technology for a Better Life" JULABO presented its new and fresh “open stand” concept at this year’s ACHEMA.
The many visitors of the JULABO booth made intensive use of the opportunity to learn about all the innovations: the first instruments of the newest laboratory circulator generation, new highly dynamic temperature control systems of the PRESTO® series, and the family of new F series recirculating coolers.
In addition to many novelties JULABO featured a special kind of cooking show. Sascha Lenz, chef of the "Keidenzeller Hof", presented his culinary skills in Sous Vide cooking. Chef Lenz prepared many delicacies with special temperature control devices for gastronomy which JULABO produces under the brand ‚fusionchef‘.
Delicious samples were available to interested visitors.The JULABO team enjoyed a strong response with many high-quality discussions. The daily raffle for an iPod was received with great enthusiasm by the visitors.
JUALABO‘s extremely successful appearance at Achema 2012 has proven once more that JULABO is one of the leading companies for professional temperature control solutions in science, research and industry.
Thomas Pohl | JULABO
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