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The German company STIEBEL ELTRON has a long tradition, which began in 1924, when originally dedicated to the sale of hot water, Theodor Stiebel made his first circular submersible stove in a small Berlin workshop. Another important achievement was a small instantaneous water heater with two-stage technology, which was at the time literally a revolutionary solution and aroused great customer interest.
In 1937, the great interest in STIEBEL ELTRON products meant a successful start to the South American and North American markets, when reliable German products were already traveling to other countries on all five continents. The company has always paid sufficient attention to the development, so that both German and foreign patents have increased.
Convection ovens for direct domestic heating are still popular today, although their production dates back to 1964! The introduction of storage heaters came with low tariffs of night current, in the 1970s STIEBEL ELTRON was one of the first to introduce heat pumps for renewable energy systems. The solar energy was dedicated to a program of plate collectors, hot water storage tanks and complete installations. The first fully electronic instantaneous water heater in 1987 was a breakthrough in reduced consumption and user comfort. The program also included air-conditioners and modern low-consumption ventilation systems.
After purchasing the plumbing division from Electrolux, STIEBEL ELTRON also takes over AEG and Zanker with the production of heating systems, air conditioning and ventilation. This merger meant the expansion of the company by one third. Subsequently, the company acquired the TATRAMAT company with production in Poprad, focused on both hanging and upright containers. In 2006, another Asian subsidiary near Bangkok was put into operation, while Holzminden is also launching the most modern and largest heat pump plant in Central Europe. An investment of over EUR 10 million has made it possible to produce over 25,000 heat pumps per year on an area of 2,000 square meters. Two years later, another production plant is opened in Holzminden, the demand for heat pumps is increasing.
Saving energy is not just a modern world trend, it is indeed the way we should go in the pursuit of the most economical and efficient energy management of all kinds. This is what STIEBEL ELTRON products bring to the table.
In our offer you will find especially Stiebel Eltron heat pumps, which are characterized by outstanding quality and precision design.