JULABO, the temperature control technology professional from Seelbach, continues to grow. With acquisition of GAF from Saxony, the medium-sized company brings additional expertise in electronics and automation to the company.
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The W56 power pack offers a cooling capacity of 25.8 kW at 20 °C and, at 27 kW, has the greatest heating capacity among the 1-stage, highly dynamic temperature control systems of the PRESTO series. With a temperature range of -56 °C … +250 °C at temperature stability of down to +- 0.05 °C, the PRESTO W56 convinces with faster cool-down and heat-up times.
Circulators are an important part of daily work in many laboratories of research institutions and industrial companies worldwide. The JULABO CORIO circulators have been developed with pioneering technologies for these laboratories and are manufactured to the highest quality standards in Germany. With the new CP models, the CORIO family has added powerful heating immersion circulators, refrigerated circulators, and heating circulators.
JULABO has been on a strong growth path for several years. To be able to keep pace with this growth organizationally and structurally, the company is relying on the strategic expansion of its location in Seelbach. When JULABO started with the construction of the new sustainable administrative building in its anniversary year 2017, the medium-sized family business invested in a modern working environment of the future. After a construction period of around one and a half years, a large part of the commercial workforce was able to move to their new workplaces in December 2018.