This year's Analytica was another resounding success for JULABO. Visitors to the JULABO booth were drawn particularly to the new CORIO™ units. The World of Temperature presentation and its impressive imagery was also met with enthusiasm by attendees of the trade fair.
Temperature professionals from JULABO have several reasons to look back with satisfaction at their exhibition at Analytica (April 1 to 4, 2014 in Munich).
As the highlight of the show, JULABO introduced CORIO™, a completely new generation of laboratory circulators with several new features. These units are characterized by their new, modern design in addition to their extraordinarily low noise in operation.
Visitors were particularly impressed by the bright, easily readable display, the centrally placed mains switch, and the easy-to-operate pump switch.
The new CORIO™ units will replace the existing Economy series of circulators. JULABO's World of Temperature presentation was a special surprise at Analytica, with its impressive imagery. It gave visitors to the trade fair an entertaining way to learn about temperature-related phenomena throughout the world.
This highly elaborate audio-visual presentation was shown on four oversize screens in a light tunnel that was specially constructed for this purpose.
Of course, visitors to the JULABO booth were also interested in learning as much as possible about the company's entire line of professional temperature-control solutions for science, research, and industry.
JULABO exhibited selected solutions for several difference fields of use, such as heating and cooling circulators, highly dynamic temperature-control systems, recirculating coolers, and water baths.
Many visitors used the opportunity at the JULABO booth to discuss technical issues with the company's temperature professionals.
The JULABO team was roundly excited about the strong feedback and the many high-value contacts. The pair of "real life" frogs and the iPad raffle were also very popular.
Thomas Pohl | JULABO GmbH
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