Bosch, Schneider-Kessel Berlin and Viessmann are a few companies that manufacture German boilers. Many of these models feature innovative technology and high efficiency ratings that add reliability and cost effectiveness.
Since the late 1800s, Bosch has been delivering quality appliances with German engineering. The Bosch brand manufactures Buderus and Bosch Greenstar boilers for residential use, and options include oil, gas and condensing boilers. While the Buderus conventional oil boilers offer environmentally friendly innovations and 93 percent energy efficiency, the Buderus conventional gas boilers are built for reliable operation. Buderus gas condensing boilers are built to recover discharged heat energy and return it to the exchanger for maximum efficiency.
Schneider-Kessel Berlin is a family-owned enterprise that delivers state-of-the-art German steam and hot water boilers worldwide. The company produces small, medium and large capacity boilers in a number of styles including the Eckrohrkessel, the HPB, the iNOOK, the AHK waste heat recovery boiler and the HDO three-pass boiler. Viessmann produces high-efficiency gas condensing boilers that adjust to all gas types and boast a 98 percent efficiency. These boilers may be combined with the company's solar energy systems. Viessmann also manufactures the Vitovalor 300-P, the first fuel-cell boiler on the market for detached and dualfamily homes as of 2015.