BINDER Avantgarde.Line drying chambers with advanced functionsNovember 2015
Avantgarde.Line drying and heating chambers with new functions, innovative technology, and unique performance.
Following extensive technical development, Tuttlingen-based BINDER GmbH is relaunching its Avantgarde.Line drying and heating chambers with new functions, innovative technology, and unique performance.
Tuttlingen – BINDER GmbH, the world's largest specialist in simulation chambers for scientific and industrial laboratories, has overhauled its product portfolio of drying and heating chambers with extensive technical development work in order to perfect performance levels. To distinguish between the products, the previous units are now referred to as the Classic.Line while the new units come under the Avantgarde.Line . With 250,000 Classic.Line units sold around the world, customers have already been won over by the high quality of the products. Thanks to the further development of the Avantgarde.Line technology, the units are now even more firmly focused on addressing the requirements of scientific and industrial laboratories. The new APT.line™ air circulation system ensures absolute precision when it comes to the temporal and spatial temperature accuracy of the chambers. The unit insulation, measuring 60 mm in thickness, lowers energy consumption while increasing performance. This low level of heat dissipation means that the units offer outstanding energy efficiency. They provide a unique level of performance and fulfill the individual requirements of a wide range of different tests for scientific and industrial applications.
As well as its excellent efficiency, the new Avantgarde.Line also boasts an innovative unit design and extremely convenient operation. The modern controller features an LCD display and provides a diverse range of functions with intuitive, user-friendly operation. The chambers are equipped with a standard USB connection, enabling operating data to be logged easily and transferred via the USB interface. The Avantgarde.Line drying and heating chambers have been available since October with an increased interior volume of 56 liters or 115 liters. January 1, 2016 will see the launch of additional units featuring the new Avantgarde.Line technology with an increased interior volume of 260 liters.