About Bosch Industriekessel

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For over 150 years

Bosch Industriekessel has developed and manufactured customer-specific system solutions for thermal and process heat. Pioneering innovations, such as the digital efficiency assistant and consistent optimisation of the products form the basis for outstanding efficiency and sustainability. To date, more than 120,000 steam, hot water and heating boiler systems have been commissioned in over 140 countries. Industrial and commercial companies in particular, but also energy suppliers and operators of complex buildings and public facilities rely on Bosch industrial boilers from Germany and Austria.

Company history from 1865 until the 21st century:

  • 1865

    Company is founded by Philipp Loos in Neustadt (Palatinate region, Germany).

  • 1917

    New production site in Gunzenhausen (Bavaria, Germany). Development of new series production for floor-standing three-pass boilers.

  • 1952

    Patent for horizontal three-pass flame-tube smoke-tube boiler with internal, water-cooled flue gas reversing chamber.

  • 1958/1959

    New, additional sites in Schlungenhof (Germany) and Bischofshofen (Austria).

  • 1964

    30,000th boiler

  • 1975

    Start of the development and manufacture of the company's own boiler control and safety systems.

  • 1977

    Expansion of the Schlungenhof site (Germany).

  • 1987

    50,000th boiler

  • 2005

    100,000th boiler and 140th company anniversary.

  • 2007

    New production line for shell boilers in the Schlungenhof plant (Germany).

  • 2009

    Loos becomes a subsidiary of Bosch Thermotechnik GmbH.

  • 2011

    Renaming: Loos is renamed and operates under the name Bosch Industriekessel.

  • 2012

    Rebranding: Bosch Industriekessel sells their products under the brand name Bosch.

  • 2015

    A special company anniversary: 150 years of industrial boilers.

  • 2017

    Development and launch of the first digital efficiency assistant “MEC Optimize” on the shell boiler market.