Gutenbergstr 20
Fellbach 70736
Germany

Tel: +49 711 51822-0
Fax: +49 711 51822-41
Email: info@lufft.de
Web: http://www.lufft.com

Company Profile

G. Lufft Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH, located in Fellbach near Stuttgart, has been Developing and producing professional components and systems for climate and environment measurement for more than 130 years.

The precision workmanship of highly skilled specialists has enabled the LUFFT label to be known and the products to be purchased worldwide. Intelligent meteorological sensors form the basis of highly available measuring networks along roads, rail and at airports all over the world. Meteorological services and environmental bodies appreciate the precise and longlasting Lufft quality as do building equipment manufacturers and energy suppliers as well.

Lufft underlines its claims to high quality by operating its own calibrating laboratory. This laboratory contains an accredited wind tunnel in which all wind sensors are tested thoroughly before delivery.

LUFFT products and equipment are to be found wherever atmospheric pressure, temperature, relative humidity and other environmental factors require to be measured or recorded.

We are certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001.

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Products

  • Ultrasonic Anemometer Ventus-UMB

    Extremely precise and maintenancefree measurement of wind speed, wind direction and air pressure as well as calculation of acoustic virtual temperature. The ultra
  • WS501-UMB Compact Weather Station

    WS501-UMB Compact Weather Station for measuring of air temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, air pressure, wind direction and wind speed. Relative humi
  • Non Invasive Road Sensor NIRS31-UMB

    Non invasive road sensor with optical principle. Measurement of surface conditions such as wetness, ice, snow, or frost; measurement of water film height; meas
  • Lufft OPUS 20 TCO Data logger

    The amount of carbon dioxide had been virtually constant at 280 ppm (particles per million) – i.e 280 gas molecules per million air molecules – the last ten t