News | 10/27/2017 Liebherr in attendance at Medica 2017 – the world's largest trade fair for medical technology

At the world's largest trade fair for medical technology being held from 13 to 16 November 2017 in Düsseldorf, Liebherr will be exhibiting its refrigeration and freezer units which are specially designed for use in laboratories and in the medical sector.

Refrigeration and freezer units which are used in the medical sector are subject to specific requirements: sensitive substances, liquids and cultures have to be stored safely and reliably. Precise and constant cooling temperatures and uninterrupted operation of the equipment are essential requirements. Laboratory equipment from Liebherr incorporates innovative cooling technologies and precise control systems to ensure constant interior temperatures. The profile electronics of the large-volume units enable precise adjustment of the units and provide convenient alarm and safety functions. Alongside their high quality design and sturdy construction, Liebherr refrigeration and freezer units are a powerful partner in any laboratory thanks to their precise electronics, dynamic refrigeration system and highly effective insulation. Some of the company's innovative highlights include the new LKv 5710 laboratory refrigerator unit and the new LGv 5010 laboratory freezer unit, which fulfil the toughest reliability and safety requirements thanks to their smart monitoring systems.

Intelligent networking solutions are creating new possibilities for professional users in the area of monitoring and maintaining commercial refrigeration and freezer units. Liebherr will be presenting SmartMonitoring to the trade fair visitors as a key innovation topic in the area of digitalisation. Intelligent solutions for monitoring professional refrigeration and freezer units offer additional safety and convenience. For example, customers have access to the equipment data at any time and from anywhere. Thanks to system functions such as "SmartAlarm" and "RemoteSupport", the equipment is much more resistant to failure. SmartAlarm works by analysing performance data and registering any irregularities. Automatic evaluation of the data makes it possible to detect temperature variations in the equipment at an early stage. RemoteSupport allows access to this data, which helps the on-site servicing staff to get the customer's equipment back into operation quickly.