History

At Buderus, the tradition of innovation spans centuries

  • 1731

    Johann Wilhelm Buderus establishes the company that bears his name to this day. This charcoal blast furnace plant supplies hobs and stove plates, among other products.

  • 1898

    Buderus obtains patents for two newly developed sectional boilers. Buderus also becomes the first European manufacturer to begin manufacturing cast-iron radiators.

  • 1913

    Buderus sells heating accessories for the first time, becoming a full-service provider in the process.

  • 1958

    The Loganatherm is launched: A cast-iron boiler with an integrated domestic hot water cylinder. This innovation takes comfort to new levels in single-family homes and apartment buildings.

  • 1977

    Buderus sets a new benchmark in heating technology with the first low-temperature boiler. This is aided by an innovative control system that allows the operating temperature to be controlled depending on the outside temperature.

  • 1981

    Buderus launches the Ecomatic-Plus. This cast-iron boiler is the first wall-mounted condensing boiler. In the process, Buderus marks a new era of efficient heating.

  • 1993

    The first boiler with Thermostream technology is a Buderus boiler. This Buderus innovation ensures that boilers last longer and work more efficiently.

  • 2001

    The Loganova GWP gas heat pump launched by Buderus is a highlight at the ISH. It combines condensing and heat pump technology and achieves a seasonal efficiency of approximately 130%.

  • 2002

    Buderus puts the prototype for a fuel cell boiler into operation. This system supplies electricity in addition to heating energy, opening new perspectives in heating technology.

  • 2015

    The Titanium line is launched on the market. This new generation of wall-mounted boilers combines efficient, system-optimised technology with intelligent design.