Welcome to Buderus.

A history of innovation.

From the founding of the company in 1731 to the present day: Buderus started by manufacturing hobs and stove plates. This was followed by sophisticated ovens. The company then incorporated the use of new technologies during the 20th century. Today, Buderus is a system expert and is dedicated to the development of innovative heating technology.

1731 – 1977
1731

The company is founded by Johann Wilhelm Buderus

1895

The company starts casting sectional boilers in Lollar, a town in central Germany

1898

The first patents for sectional boilers are registered and the company transitions to manufacturing cast-iron radiators

1913

Buderus becomes a full-service supplier in the heating technology sector

1915

Buderus delivers commercial boilers with oil burners and develops the first German special boiler with an oil burner during the 1920s

1927

The manufacture of steel radiators begins

1936

A new design of commercial coal boilers is launched

1946

The manufacture of boilers and cast-iron radiators is resumed

1952

The first major investment after the Second World War is made in Lollar

1958

“Loganatherm” is launched, combining a cast-iron boiler with an integrated domestic hot water cylinder and the manufacture of control devices also begins

1964

The Buderus Information Centre is opened in Lollar

1969

The “Loganagas” floor standing conventional gas boiler is launched

1977

A technological advance is made in the form of the low-temperature boiler by Buderus

1977 – 2004
1981

The “Ecomatic-Plus” cast-iron boiler emerges as a future gas condensing technology

1987

Buderus Heiztechnik GmbH, the largest subsidiary of Buderus AG, is formed

1990

Domestic sales are restructured and a network of subsidiaries is developed in former East Germany

1991

Radiator manufacturing starts to be concentrated in the eastern German state of Saxony and the first info mobiles are put into service

1992

The wall-mounted condensing boiler is included in the supply range

1993

A new product design is unveiled and a boiler with Thermostream technology is launched

1994

The first Ecomatic HS4021 digital control systems are brought on the market

1997

Solar technology is integrated into the Buderus heating systems

1998

A double anniversary – marking 100 years since the patent for the cast-iron boiler was registered and also reaching five million heating boilers manufactured at the modernised Lollar site

2001

Buderus presents the innovative Loganova GWP gas heat pump in a field test status and concludes a cooperation agreement with UTC Fuel Cells concerning the use of fuel cells

2002

The solar programme is completed and a prototype of a fuel cell boiler opens a window into the future of heating technology

2003

The company develops oil boilers into compact, wall-mounted constructions in low-temperature and condensing versions

2004

Buderus Heiztechnik and Bosch Thermotechnik merge to form BBT Thermotechnik GmbH

2004 – present
2005

The Logamax plus GB162 gas condensing boiler is showcased at the ISH 2005

2006

The company celebrates a special anniversary – 275 years of Buderus

2008

The company name changes to Bosch Thermotechnik GmbH as of 1st January 2008

2009

Buderus establishes itself as a system provider

2010

The Buderus Academy is opened in Lollar

2011

The first condensing boiler with an Internet connection is unveiled

2011

MyDevice – the Buderus EasyControl app allows you to control your heating on the move.

2013

Buderus presents at the ISH 2013

2014

The Logatherm WPL AR is launched

2015

Ready for the future. New heating systems in the Titanium design are launched

2016

TV commercial – Willkommen daheim in der Zukunft (“Welcome home in the future”)

2017

Buderus at the ISH 2017 – Ich installiere die Zukunft (“I can install the future”) brand image is presented

2019

The Logano plus KBH192i hybrid appliance is presented

2021

Logatherm WLW196i AR S+ with “Silent plus” technology

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+49 (0) 6441 4180

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Contact

info@buderus.com