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analytica 2018

We were very pleased to welcome you to our booth in Munich during the analytica 2018.

If you have further questions about our Portfolio or if you have questions about specific applications - please contact us!

We look forward to your inquiry!

 

 

2018 by Simone Schwichtenberg (comments: 0)

Product News: Natural Refrigerant as standard

We offer our products with natural, environmentally friendly refrigerant propane R290. Our small chillers (up to 1kW) are now supplied with natural refrigerant R290 as standard. This concerns the units up to model 002-RB400 and VDH1000.

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2018 by Van der Heijden

New Distributor in Norway

Nerliens Meszansky working with Van der Heijden in Norway. 100 years ago, Nerliens Meszansky began supplying laboratory chemicals, equipment and instrument technology in Norway. Adapting to customer requirements such as delivering accredited instrument training courses, meeting ISO standards both for quality as well as environmental management and providing a wide range of technical service has kept them as the oldest family owned laboratory equipment supplier in Norway.

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2017 by Van der Heijden

New Distributor in Portugal

Van der Heijden are pleased to announce a new distributor  Specanalítica for this region.   A young and dynamic company specialising in analytical instrumentation including Analytik Jena AG, Specanalítica's CEO Luisa Monteiro Moura believes that the Van der Heijden range of chillers are a natural fit with the analytical instrumentation as well as a solution for general laboratory cooling for their customers.

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2017 by Van der Heijden

COOL-CARE® chiller preventing chocolate meltdown

Dijkstra Vereenigde have helped the company Martinez Chocolade using the COOL-CARE® chiller as part of the process packaging of chocolate. The transporter of the flowpack machine is chilled with cooled water channelled from a Van der Heijden unit into the sealing process for the foil packaging, without this cooling solution, the chocolate would melt.

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2017 by Van der Heijden