Rotronic :: HygroGen

 

  HygroGen2 - Fast & Stable Humidity and Temperature Chamber

HygroGen2 - Fast & Stable Humidity and Temperature Chamber

  AW-Therm - The Next Generation in Water Activity Measurements

AW-Therm - The Next Generation in Water Activity Measurements

  HygroGen2-XL - Size Matters

HygroGen2-XL - Size Matters

HygroGen

Rotronic HygroGen products utilise the latest modelling and design processes to develop and produce instruments capable of generating some of the most stable humidity and temperature environments on the planet.


LATEST NEWS - Wednesday 29th April

London, UK  -  HygroGen2-XL is here!

HG2-XL - 20L calibration chamber and generator

Our UKAS lab here in the UK has a new resident - the latest prototype of our upcoming HG2-XL. The 20L temperature and humidity chamber was carried in and simply plugged into the mains before springing to life no additional services required. Using the remote connection via LAN we have been able test and control the prototype from anywhere in the world! Initial analysis of gradients, stability and response times using MBW chilled mirror and MBW T12 (precision 12 input thermometer) shows the unit is performing equal to or better than the existing HG2-S. 

The new HG2-XL is one of two new products in the HygroGen range being launched this year. More news on the AwTherm launch due very soon!!


Latest News - Tuesday 17th September 2014

 Rotronic International Sales Meeting 2014

Rotronic International Sales Meeting 2014

Grindelwald, Switzerland  -  "Off to new summits!"

All the Rotronic family are here; headquarters, subsidiaries and distributors for the 2014 International Sales Meeting.

AwTherm workshops and HygroGen2-XL demonstrations will soon be under way.

 


Latest News - Tuesday 7th January 2014

Seamless integration with MBW chilled mirror reference instruments

London, UK  -  Autocal+ support for MBW 473 

The Rotronic HygroGen2 now supports direct integration of reference values from MBW 473 chilled mirrors into AutoCal software. Achieve outstanding uncertainties by combining these two instruments.