New KISS Circulators : Safe and Simple Operation

Low-Cost Cooling and Heating Circulators for Laboratory Applications from -30 to +200 °C

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  • heating thermostats
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    New KISS Circulators : Safe and Simple Operation

    The new KISS circulators are ideally suited for routine laboratory applications such as sample temperature control, analyses and material testing as well as the external temperature control of measuring devices and test setups. You can choose from over 50 models for heating and cooling. Thi ... more

  • Catalogs

    Temperature Control Catalogue 2019/2020

    The catalogue gives details of the complete range of high precision temperature control: dynamic temperature control systems, chillers and classic circulators more

  • News

    Huber again invests in the future

    At the beginning of December, Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau AG marks the official start of construction for another expansion of its headquarters in Offenburg-Elgersweier with a ground-breaking ceremony. Having recently completed the new administration building, the family business is now i ... more

    HUBER expands and acquires Van der Heijden Labortechnik GmbH

    The 2016 financial year was outstandingly successful for Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau AG. As well as recording double-digit growth rates the company was exceptionally successful by any other measure. For instance Huber was acclaimed as best employer and a top 100 innovator and received the ... more

    Huber UK reports strong business development in 2007

    Huber UK, supplier of water baths, circulators and chillers for precisely controlling the temperature of applications and processes, has reported strong development of its UK business in 2007. Benefiting from increased sales / marketing activity as well as investment in high quality service ... more

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