Shortly after founding his company for the manufacture of medical instruments in 1904, Andreas Hettich began to develop, manufacture and market centrifuges. Since this time, the company has been a continuous driving force for innovation, resulting in developments such as the world’s first microprocessor-controlled centrifuge in 1976 and a centrifuge capable of operation by robot at the end of the eighties. Today, Hettich is a world leader in the manufacture of laboratory centrifuges. Its seamless product range encompasses every conceivable user application requirement from the fields of medicine, chemistry and technology. From the manual centrifuge through to the state-of-the-art robot-operated centrifuge, the company’s product portfolio covers a complete range of standard and special-purpose models. A wide selection of available accessories ensures outstanding adaptability and operating economy.
- Focus : Manufacturer
- Employees: 201-500
- Industry : Laboratory equipment / supplies