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These integrated process thermostats are future-proof

By Chemical Engineering |

Lauda

The fully redeveloped Integral product line of process thermostats is used for many applications, such as the temperature control of reactors in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, temperature tests at test stations in the automotive industry, or space simulations in mechanical and electrical engineering. As a result of further development of the models in the T and XT series, the new generation of Integral process thermostats have a variety of new features, including a brand-new, intuitive control concept using mobile devices (photo), increased pump output and a modular, expandable interface concept. — Lauda GmbH & Co. KG, Lauda-Königshofen, Germany

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