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2017

  1. 01.09.2017

    Air humidity and temperature under control

    The largest archaeological museum in Switzerland – the Laténium in Neuchâtel – stores more than half a million artefacts from the Neanderthal era to the Renaissance. The worst enemy of all these ancient relics: variations in air humidity and temperature! The museum, which is not air-conditioned, has used probes to monitor the climate on its premises since 2001. Since they were outdated, they were replaced with Rotronic probes – ultra-precise “high-tech spies” that are connected to special software to enable control of all glass cabinets, exhibition rooms and storage areas. In other words, perfectly monitored energy efficiency.

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  2. 01.07.2017

    Exhibition “Ladies Only” in Perfectly Monitored Climate

    The Hohenzollern family came to Brandenburg 600 years ago, in 1415. Twelve Prince-Electors, seven Kings and three Emperors made Prussian, German and European history for almost 500 years.

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  3. 01.05.2017

    Better air means better performance

    We all know the situation: meetings where individuals‘ performance drops sharply. In most cases, this is a direct result of the poor quality of the air in the room.

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  4. 01.04.2017

    Perfect climate in duty-free warehouse

    Switzerland has around a dozen duty-free warehouses. These warehouses are transit zones for the storage of goods, whose main advantages are the temporary suspension of customs law and taxes. They benefit not only from a location in the heart of Europe, but also from legal and political stability. The company Ports Francs et Entrepôts de Genève SA, in which the Canton of Geneva holds an 87% interest, is domiciled in La Praille, where it manages a floor space of 150 000 m² , half of which under the Swiss customs regime (duty-free). The company also maintains storage space (10 000 m²) in the cargo hangar at the international airport in Geneva.

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  5. 01.02.2017

    Perfect pasta with Rotronic

    JOWA AG Pasta Buchs has been the largest manufacturer of pasta products in Switzerland since it was founded. It is important for the company that its production operations run smoothly and meet strict quality standards. Probes from Rotronic measure the climates in the factory’s six production lines, which to a large part manufacture dried pasta for the retailers Migros. Some of the almost indestructible probes have been in use for more than 15 years. To ensure that these instruments return correct data, they need to be calibrated and checked from time to time. 

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