The importance of climate control in science

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Science

University technology

Reftech ensures that all climatic parameters are manageable and controllable, and has been doing so for many years. Customers include various universities and research institutes. State-of-the-art technology combined with scientific developments and advances provide the best natural conditions for creating products or conducting research. Our technology benefits scientific research, and that’s something we’re proud of.

Custom climatic chambers

In principle, anything is possible in a custom climatic chamber, so we like to set out your wishes and requirements, and find out which climate situation best suits them. Our professionals then construct it until everything is correct down to the smallest detail, creating the right conditions for research, development and progress.

Climate change

Natural influences play a part in current climate changes, but over the last century humankind has also been playing a major role because of greenhouse gas emissions and the use of fossil fuels. Research is being conducted around the world into how our complex climate system works, and humankind’s influence on it. It is very important to understand the climate so that measures can be taken to keep climate change within limits.

Managing processes

The cultivation and growth processes of various university departments and private companies have benefitted from Reftech’s technology, knowledge and expertise. Genetic modification, molecular genetics and entomology applied to cultivation and growing are all well suited to modern climatic chambers. All climatic parameters can be monitored and adjusted either in the climatic chamber itself or remotely.

Calibration and validation of processes

If desired, we can carry out a comprehensive test to verify that the required output and design brief values are still correct. These calibration values are recorded in a calibration report. This test is also recommended for assessing the service life of equipment such as evaporators, compressors, light sources, sensors, etc., and their possible replacement.