In everyday life, hydrocarbon gases are used in many ways, including in kitchen stoves, as environmentally friendly LPG, or in the propane cylinders of camping cars and barbecues. Natural hydrocarbons are also making a comeback as climate-friendly refrigerants in temperature control technology - but not without user skepticism. Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau SE from Offenburg shows why reservations about hydrocarbon refrigerants in temperature control units are unfounded.
Stress and load tests are essential in developing alternative drive solutions, batteries and other vehicle components. An important factor in many test procedures is the appropriate temperature. The Unimotive model series expands Huber's portfolio with new temperature control systems for direct operation with water-glycol mixtures.
Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau AG keeps delighting its customers all over the world with innovative temperature control technology for more than 50 years. The company is a leader in the high-precision thermoregulation of research plants and industrial processes from -125 to +425 °C. The company has established a reputation as a technology leader in the industry, above all through its numerous innovations. Huber has now been honoured for this innovative capacity in the TOP 100 innovation…
After a journey of almost seven months and more than 470 million kilometers, the rover "Perseverance" landed on the surface of Mars on February 18, 2021. On board is a research instrument in whose development the Unistat P825 played an important role.
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