Lab Innovations is an annual laboratory equipment show at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) Birmingham. The show is held over 2 days, 1st to 2nd November 2017 and we are delighted to be part of this UK exhibition for laboratory professionals.

Applied Thermal Control have previously exhibited at Lab Innovations. Building on the success of previous years we have taken a larger more prominent stand this year and will be showcasing a range of high quality cooling systems including the KTD, K1, K3 and K4 recirculating chillers.

The ATC chillers on display are space effective units offering high temperature precision and accuracy.  The KT range are ultra-compact 480W – 1kW units with variable temperature control display and alarm options, the K1 is a robust and reliable chiller, the K3 has an exceptionally high 3.2kW of cooling capacity for its size and the K4 has a versatile design.  These recirculating chillers can be supplied as standard models or customised to suit specific cooling needs.

As precision chiller experts we are looking forward to meeting our UK and international customers, understanding their business applications, discussing their requirements and advising on effective cooling strategies.

Whilst visiting Lab innovations 2017 science professionals can also experience new technological advancements and meet over 130 suppliers. You can discover brand new content in the CPD accredited seminars, including Keynote speaker’s science writer and BBC broadcaster Adam Rutherford and Design Engineer from the BBC’s series Big Life Fix Jude Pullen. Or explore the topics challenging the scientific industry today along with the opportunity to research new innovative products and build relationships with peers, suppliers and manufacturers.

Attend this event to network and gain valuable contacts at the only UK annual event dedicated to lab professionals.

Register to visit Lab Innovations and visit us on stand D8 this year to speak to our knowledgeable and experienced chiller experts. Or contact us to discuss your cooling requirements.

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