JULABO USA, Inc. is taking temperature control to the next level with the introduction of the MAGIO – a line of bridge-mounted, refrigerated, and heating circulators that further enhance JULABO’s existing portfolio of high-quality temperature control units.

The powerful MAGIO circulators are available in various combinations and sizes with a working temperature range of -50°C to +300°C, offering up to 3kW of heating power as a heating circulator and cooling capacities up to 1kW as a refrigerated/heating combination. MAGIO circulators include a powerful pressure/suction pump with up to 31 liters/minute of flow and 13.3 psi flow pressure.

Ralph Juchheim, President, JULABO USA, said: “We see the ever-increasing pressure and demands of precise and immediate results in the laboratory. We are listening to our customers’ needs and constantly striving for ways to offer them more powerful temperature control solutions.”


  • Powerful, Adjustable Pump – Adjust the pump speed from 30% to 100% to achieve higher flow rates, pressure, and faster exchange of bath fluids, shortening your time-to-temperature and providing immediate responses based on your reactions.
  • Exceptional External Temperature Control – Experience highly communicative, remote control capabilities and a range of data options to automate and streamline external temperature control.
  • Touchscreen Displays with Different Data Views – Enjoy easy-to-read, multilingual, personalized high-resolution views.
  • Multiple Interfaces – Extend your capabilities with included RS232 ports, external Pt100 port, Stakei integration, USB slots, Ethernet, RS485, and Modbus TCP/IP (Analog optional).

MAGIO circulators can be used to heat and cool a variety of chemical, biochemical, and biological applications. Typical applications include distillation, environmental simulation, material & component testing, decarboxylation, solvent-based extraction & recovery, and temperature control for rotary evaporators, jacketed reactors, fermenters, viscometers, rheometers, photometers, refractometers, chromatography columns, and more. They could also be used for internal tasks such as warming reagents, warming & thawing samples, and sample incubation.

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