History

History

We have been setting trends for more than 280 years.

The Bosch Thermotechnology division is responsible for all activities involving heating technology and hot-water solutions. The division has a number of major international and regional thermotechnology brands and supplies people with state-of-the-art technologies worldwide. In times of scarce energy resources, the topic of efficient heat generation is of existential importance. Innovations from Bosch Thermotechnology have been setting trends for centuries.

2016 - Junkers Cerapur 9000i
Junkers Cerapur 9000i

Simply revolutionary: Contemporary design and high-quality materials house innovative technology.

2016 - HomeCom Pro
HomeCom Pro

Giving installers an immediate overview of all heating systems – HomeCom Pro integrates customers’ heating systems into an efficient planning tool for service calls.

2016 - Buderus Logamax plus GB 192iT
Buderus Logamax plus GB 192iT

Ready for the future: The compact gas condensing heating centre combines modern design with modular flexibility.

2013 - Fuel cell
Fuel cell

Start of a field test in the context of the European demonstration project “ene.field”. Bosch Thermotechnology participates with 70 fuel cells in four countries.

2011 - Energy Plus Home
Energy Plus Home

This trend-setting building was constructed in Wetzlar using Bosch technology. In the course of a year, the house supplies more energy than consumed by its inhabitants.

1981 - Condensing boiler
Condensing boiler

Nefit and Buderus presented it at the ISH fair; the “Nefit Turbo” boiler was launched in the same year.

1975 - Water/water heat pump
Water/water heat pump

Its prototype was presented by Junkers at the ISH fair. It used well water as a heat source.

1896 - First wall-mounted gas-fired bath boiler
First wall-mounted gas-fired bath boiler

The bath boiler was produced by Hugo Junkers. It was connected only to the gas pipe, which made it so special.

1731 - Foundation of Buderus
Foundation of Buderus

Johann Wilhelm Buderus leases the Friedrichshütte ironworks in Laubach. Cast-iron stove plates form part of the product range right from the start.