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  • New Device Design and Temperature Control Technology Connectivity Focuses Visitor Interest at ACHEMA 2018
    Lauda temperature control equipment in the new design language
  • Lauda Ultracool chillers are the first in the history of LAUDA to connect to the cloud. Important key figures can be controlled at any time in a decentralised manner.
  • Eye catcher at the fair: The Integral process thermostat in the new Lauda product design.
  • The Lauda team at ACHEMA 2018

New Device Design and Temperature Control Technology Connectivity Focuses Visitor Interest at ACHEMA 2018

Jun 20 2018 Read 456 Times

Lauda Dr R Wobser GmbH & Co KG presented several world premieres at ACHEMA 2018. In addition to new Integral and Ultracool equipment lines, the premieres included the new appearance of all Lauda temperature control units. “At ACHEMA 2018, we show all our devices in a new design for the first time,” explained the President and CEO, Dr Gunther Wobser, to an international press audience. On the Lauda stand numerous visitors were able to experience the new design language of the devices themselves. A cross section of the extensive company portfolio was exhibited, ranging from Alpha cooling thermostats, the ECO range of heating thermostats, to the compact PRO circulation thermostats for professional temperature control as well as customised heating and cooling systems.

“Our most important trade fair is ACHEMA,” said Dr Gunther Wobser. Lauda had two booths to meet the growing demand for future-proof industrial temperature control systems with its own presence in the Heating and Cooling Systems division.

The new products presented by Lauda at ACHEMA included the newly developed process thermostats from the Integral device line. “The Integral is the first device that has its own web server as standard,” explained COO Dr Marc Stricker. Site and operation are decoupled from each other and allow decentralised access via mobile devices, even across continents. The Lauda Ultracool circulation chillers have been completely redesigned and optimised with regard to energy efficiency and increasingly digital work processes. Access to key device parameters via cloud connectivity drives digital transformation in process and laboratory technology. “This is where the worlds of digitalisation in Lauda devices are opening up,” said Dr Marc Stricker on the new equipment lines Integral and Ultracool.

Lauda was very satisfied with the course of the fair. “The introduction of the new product design is a significant moment in the history of our company, with many employees and departments participating. They all have invested a lot of expertise and passion to complete the new look on time for ACHEMA. Therefore, I am all the more pleased that we have received an overwhelming, positive response to our devices on the five days of the fair,” said Michael Dickescheid, Director Marketing Communication at Lauda.

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