At this year’s Achema 2015 in Frankfurt Hahnemühle invited visitors to take part in a puzzle! Visitors had to estimate how many syringe filters are filled in the large glass cylinder. Different methods took place, some estimated, counted and used a variety of mathematical calculations.more
Hahnemühle presented strikingly different at this year’s Achema 2015. The well-known quality products where the eyecatcher and hung as large pictures on the walls.
Visitors had a lot of fun during their visit at the Hahnemühle booth. Marc Robitzky, Illustrator caused this with his cartoons, laughter and joy. Temporarily, people had to wait in long queues, but this opened the opportunity to watch the artist creating the artworks. The enclosed gallery presents a selection of the sketches on Hahnemühle filter paper. …more
An open stand concept welcomed Hahnemühle visitors at this year Filtech. In a briliant light and in a pleasent way presented the paper company itself. Pure filter paper reels on the wall invited visitors to receive an visually and hapticimpressions of the quality papers. Many hands touched and felt the papers made from cellulose, cotton…more
The Hahnemühle 2015 year planner comes with a clear and efficient design. It will keep you on top of all upcoming meetings, events or other important dates throughout the upcoming year.more
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 pump are integrated. The compact system allows a much faster sample throughput , is space-saving and easy to clean.
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.more
Marc Robitzky, freelance illustrator will create exclusive caricatures of visitors at the Hahnemühle booth.more