Temperature control in archives, chemistry and medicine

When air cools down, it gives off humidity. Organic materials such as screens, books, wooden artefacts and files are extremely sensitive to humidity. Precision air-conditioning systems are highly reliable in keeping the temperature in archives and museums at a stable level. An auxiliary heater provides backup when the outside temperature is low.

In chemical and pharmaceutical laboratories, too, precision air-conditioning systems regulate the temperature precisely to the last degree. They maintain a controlled environment for chemical reactions and cell cultures.

MiniSpace – Compact precision for computer rooms

The MiniSpace precision air-conditioning system from STULZ cools small servers and equipment rooms with a heat load of up to 28 kilowatts.Product information