The Top 3 Lufft Blog Posts of 2016

At the start of the New Year we would like to take a look at the blog highlights of the last year: Here you find the Top 3 blog entries of 2016…

 

At the start of the New Year we would like to take a look at the blog highlights of the last year:

 

On a Personal Note

After the acquisition of Lufft by a new owner in December 2015, our former Managing Director Klaus Hirzel announced the first major change for Lufft last year: The change of management. On 1st of August Klaus Hirzel handed over the reins to Dr. Martin Nicklas. Since then Klaus Hirzel has been on tour for Lufft worldwide as a sales consultant. In our blog post he emphasizes that Human Capital, Intellectual Capital and User First are most important for a successful company.

» Here you get to the article “On a Personal Note”

 

Wind of Change – Meet the new Managing Director

The interest in our article about the new Lufft Managing Director Dr. Martin Nicklas in August was great: Shortly after his start in Fellbach he introduced himself, thanked his predecessors for their performance and explained why Lufft fits perfectly to him in our company blog.

» Here you get to the article “Wind of Change – Meet the new Managing Director”

Mechanical vs. Ultrasonic Wind Sensors – a Cost Benefit Analysis

Ultrasonic wind sensors such as the Lufft VENTUS-UMB might be more expensive to purchase than mechanical systems but pay in the long run. In the related blog post Abraham Aguilar from Lufft USA gives evidence to this fact by comparing the total costs of different sensor models over five years, twenty years and the whole lifetime. An additional webinar record gives further insights.

» Here you get to the blog post “Mechanical vs. Ultrasonic Wind Sensors – a Cost Benefit Analysis”

 

Many other exciting contributions about Lufft employees, partners, projects and products are waiting for you – so it’s worth to browse through our Blog.

You have ideas for your own Lufft blog post and would like to contribute something? We are looking forward to your suggestions!

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