The Huber product range offers solutions for all temperature control tasks from -125 °C to +425 °C. The range includes high-performance temperature control systems with cooling capacities up to 240 kW as well as circulators and classic heating and cooling thermostats.
from Küssnacht am Rigi, Switzerland
26. July 2021
The Huber CT50 cold trap offers direct, rapid cooling to temperatures as low as -50°C as well as low operating costs. Its compact design takes up minimal space on the laboratory bench. Thanks to the natural refrigerant, the cold trap works in an environmentally friendly manner.
Ultra-compact, easy to handle and versatile – the new Piccolo chiller convinces entirely with state-of-the-art thermoelectric Peltier technology. This technology enables accurate and rapid heating or cooling, entirely without refrigerant, which is a clear benefit for the environment. Furthermore thi
Latest Temperature Control Highlights from Huber at a glance: The new Piccolo peltier chiller, the CT50 cold trap and the new Chili heating circulation thermostat. Watch for more information.
Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau AG is one of the leading suppliers of high-precision temperature control solutions for research and industry. More than 350 employees work at the production site in Offenburg, Germany. Our products ensure precise temperature control in laboratories, pilot plants and production processes worldwide. Our product range offers solutions for all temperature control tasks from -125 to +425°C.
As a strong group of companies, we are present worldwide with our own subsidiaries. In Switzerland, our Swiss subsidiary Huber Swiss Services GmbH, located in Küssnacht am Rigi / Sz, is at your disposal for advice, sales and service.
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