At Buderus, the tradition of innovation spans centuries
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.
Buderus obtains patents for two newly developed sectional boilers. Buderus also becomes the first European manufacturer to begin manufacturing cast-iron radiators.
Buderus sells heating accessories for the first time, becoming a full-service provider in the process.
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.
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.
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.
The first boiler with Thermostream technology is a Buderus boiler. This Buderus innovation ensures that boilers last longer and work more efficiently.
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%.
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.
The Titanium line is launched on the market. This new generation of wall-mounted boilers combines efficient, system-optimised technology with intelligent design.