LABVOLUTION 2019, 21 - 23 May
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JUCHHEIM Laborgeräte

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Hall 19, Stand B82
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Co-exhibitor with
HiTec Zang

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JUCHHEIM Laborgeräte GmbH

Handwerkstr. 3-7
54470 Bernkastel-Kues
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Fax: +49 6531 9644 15


Mr. Dipl.-Ing Christoph Zang
Managing director
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Fax: +49 6531 964 415


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JUCHHEIM Laborgeräte GmbH was founded on the 01.09.2016 by Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Zang and is a medium-sized, globally oriented company. The fundamental knowledge base was acquired from the former Juchheim Laborgeräte GmbH, founded in 1927 by Karl Kurt Juchheim. Thus, by including former employees, the young company retains a wealth of specialized knowledge and expertise in the construction of laboratory equipment and pressure reactors.

Numerous innovations in the laboratory environment are associated with the name JUCHHEIM. This is based on the fact, that JUCHHEIM always maintained an open-minded approach to their customers needs and desires. We are committed and feel obligated to continue this tradition.

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LabJack - Lifting stages

Lifting stages are height-adjustable platforms used in experimental setups, in which some parts of it require a variable working height. JUCHHEIM lifting stages, renowned for their precision and robustness, are an established standard in chemical and pharmaceutical laboratories for decades. Our product more

HiClave-High Pressure Stirred Autoclaves

HiClave high-pressure reactor systems are a proven solution for high-pressure reactions, especially on multi-phase systems. They are available in the volume range of 10 to 250 ml, with a maximum pressure of up to 400 bar and a maximum temperature of up to 400 °C. Thanks to the pure metallic pressure more

cocoon reactors

cocoon reactors are resistant to sulphuric acid in concentrations up to 99% below 150°C and they are used at temperatures up to 260°C. The corrosion below 205°C is insignificant. The reactors are far superior to any other available material in H2SO4 concentrations of 0 to 90% and temperatures of 0 to more

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