Hahnemühle invites six photographers for Artist Signing sessions on each photokina day.
We are very honored. Princess Reem Al Faisal, granddaughter of the late King Faisal, visited Hahnemühles’ headquarter in Dassel on May 26, 2014.
Last Tuesday the sixth semester from the degree program “process engineering paper and packaging” at the Munich University of Applied Science visited our headquarter in Dassel, Germany.
We are proud of the collaboration with Leica Camera. Leica presents at the official opening of the new company building and it’s new gallery the project “10 x 10”. Ten Leica photographers get in a creative dialogue with ten of the great masters of photographic history, resulting in ten pictures. All images are printed on…more
‘Increased numbers of visitors, promising talks, cumulative expertise in one place’ is the positive balance Hahnemühle draws of Analytica 2014.The fresh and colourful booth design caused great attention. Colourful eye catching product images presented the range of filter papers, membranes, syringe filters and filtration pumps of the worldwide operating paper manufacturer based in Dassel, Germany.
At Analytica 2014 in Munich – the leading trade fair for instrumental analytics, laboratory technology and biotechnology Hahnemühle presents a filtration unit for microbiology. The compact unit replaced three classical filtration components for a high sample throughput achieved on a small working area. Take a look at the application in the video.
For the first time Hahnemühle FineArt will present at analytica 2014 a new filtration unit for microbiology . The 3 -in-1 system replaces the traditional components : vacuum pump with silencer, vacuum bottle and suction bar. The super flat housing features three positions for the filter units as well as a quiet extremely powerful low-noise…more
Visitors to Hahnemühle’s Analytica booth will enjoy a colorful package of new products and activities. One highlight will be the presentation of the new filtration unit.
Marc Robitzky, freelance illustrator will create exclusive caricatures of visitors at the Hahnemühle booth.
Invisible danger lurks in many domestic bathrooms. Legionella, rod-shaped bacteria colonise in hot water pipes of large houses. The long tubes, in which some water is left, provide ideal breeding grounds. With temperatures around 50 degrees, the bacteria multiply rapidly. In the steam hundreds of bacteria’s can romp around and cause dangerous diseases by inhaling,…more