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Completely redesigned product design, new models of the Integral T and XT series, cloud-capable Ultracool circulation chillers: These are the latest news from LAUDA at the ACHEMA 2018.
LAUDA launched its brand new, award-winning brand image in early 2018, and is now taking the next logical step – making an appearance at this year's ACHEMA. All of the world market leader's temperature control technology product lines have been upgraded to reflect the new styling and unified into a single strong, logical and consistent system.
The new stylistic idiom of LAUDA's portfolio is more than just a matter of design. Factors such as ease of service access, intuitive operation and simplified installation were some of the strategic objectives during the design process.
The high-performance process thermostats in the Integral product line have been technically revamped and brought into the digital age for the product presentation at ACHEMA. For instance, the models in the T and XT series have an intuitive operating concept that allows monitoring and control via a smartphone or tablet.
LAUDA's Integral T process thermostats ensure effective control of external temperature control processes in the temperature range from -30 to 120 °C.
LAUDA's extremely dynamic, high-performance Integral XT process thermostats, on the other hand, operate with a cold oil blanket according to the flow principle and make it possible to use just one temperature control medium across the entire temperature range from -90 to 220 °C.
Thanks to the greater focus it has been placing on increasingly digitized work processes, LAUDA will be introducing new devices in its Ultracool line at ACHEMA. Newly developed from scratch and with a clear emphasis on energy efficiency, the new Ultracool devices reduce operating costs by as much as 50 percent. In future, remote monitoring will allow diagnostics and preventive maintenance of chillers. This is made possible for the first time ever in LAUDA's history by connection to the LAUDA cloud or an internal web server.
LAUDA's Heating and Cooling Systems Division presents the "Modular Engineering" principle in Hall 5.1, Booth B76, according to which LAUDA has been planning and building process cooling units, heat transfer systems and secondary circuit units to meet its customer's precise requirements on a process-oriented, tailor-made, and fully compliant basis for more than 50 years.
LAUDA's comprehensive heating and cooling system product portfolio ranges from monofluid systems down to -150°C with liquid nitrogen, through to molten salt systems for operating temperatures up to 550 °C, from refrigerating machines to fired heaters for services in the MW range, and from single devices through to extensive temperature control concepts for entire production plants.
LAUDA heating and cooling systems are certified according to DIN EN 378 and, thanks to comprehensive compliance with the European F-gas Regulation, ensure the smooth operation of any refrigeration system. LAUDA service engineers will be advising specifically interested trade visitors to ACHEMA on issues such as sustainable retrofitting, the modification of old systems or future-proof planning and implementation of new refrigeration projects.