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Glass-lined, 3D printed components for chemical engineering

Tradition meets modernity

Glass linings are an excellent solution for protecting metallic surfaces against chemical corrosion and achieving high surface quality and good cleanability......

Sight glasses made of borosilicate glass

Viewing extreme conditions safely

Sight glasses make it possible to observe chemical processes in reactors directly or check fill levels inside pipes and storage tanks. These glasses are often......


For the toughest applications

The Tecline electrodes from Jumo are high-quality sensors for professional applications in process and industrial measurement technology. They are designed as......

The link between fluoropolymer and the mechanically load-bearing structure

Fabric backings make the difference

Bonded fluoropolymer linings for protection against corrosion require a sufficiently strong bond between the fluoropolymer and the mechanically load-bearing......


Energy-efficient LED beacons

In addition to tried-and-tested models with halogen and xenon flash lamps, R. Stahl’s 6162 line of signal beacons now also includes energy-saving......


Women in science

Today, women are actively participating in science, while the number of women among the world’s top scientists is growing. In fact, the face of modern......


Efficient quality assurance

The Dyxim series from Sartorius enables users to check packed and unpacked products for the presence of various contaminants such as glass, metal, rock, bones......

Stress-free assembly of glass pipes with flexible pipe joints

Relieving tension

Glass pipes and plants are characterised by outstanding reliability and performance with low maintenance costs. The mechanical stability of glass is limited......


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