Starting on 15 June 2015 JULABO will be presenting a comprehensive and innovative 'World of Temperature' to its guests at the ACHEMA exhibition in Frankfurt.
As one of the leading manufacturers of temperature control technology, JULABO will provide an extensive overview of a variety of temperature control solutions for special applications in laboratories and industry as well as daily applications.
At the JULABO booth, visitors will have the one-time opportunity to become acquainted with the complex JULABO portfolio of heating and refrigerated circulators, highly dynamic process circulators, recirculating coolers and water baths.
The special highlights will be the newly developed immersion, bath and recirculating and refrigerated circulators in the innovative CORIO™ series as well as the new units in the PRESTO® series.
An inspiring 'World of Temperature' will unfold for each visitor. The almost 200 square meter JULABO booth will be exhibiting ample variations of standard solutions, creative ideas for applications and future-oriented novelties for temperature control.
Each of the five days at the fair will provide plenty of opportunities for sharing professional experiences and discussing matters with the temperature control experts.
The icing on the cake of this unique presentation is a very special, interactive game and a raffle. JULABO will also be providing chilled beverages and snacks in the generous lounge and bar area.
Get the latest information on the status and the future of temperature control technology in the 'World of Temperature' by JULABO in Hall 4.2, Booth J38.
Thomas Pohl | JULABO GmbH | Marketing Communications Manager
Phone: +49 7823 51-21 | Fax: +49 7823 2491
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | Website: www.julabo.com
Thomas Pohl | JULABO GmbH
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