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Heat with Vision since 1921
For more than 90 years, Windhager has represented reliable, technical solutions that make heating convenient, secure, and cost-effective. The large demand for our products allows us to constantly grow and develop numerous innovations on the heating market. Today we are one of Europe's leading manufacturers for boilers with renewable energy, and provide the appropriate heating system for each fuel, as well as for solar energy.
World firsts from Salzburg
Windhager is continually working on innovations to make pellet heating as simple and economical as possible. Amongst other things, the business with a history rich in tradition developed the first suction system to very gently and reliably transport pellets from the store to the boiler. This innovative technology has since been copied numerous times. Likewise the first pellet heater for minimum energy and passive buildings, the first wear-free ignition element and a flexible eight-probe suction system for pellet stores were all invented by Windhager.
"Made in Austria" quality heaters
Since it was founded in 1921, all the wood heating solutions produced by the family-run business have come from its headquarters in Seekirchen am Wallersee. Windhager is one of a handful of manufacturers to deliver 100 percent Austrian premium quality. Only high-quality raw materials, such as steel from voestalpine, are used for boiler production.
Tested more than 150 times
Pellet boilers from Windhager are possibly the best-tested boilers in the world. To ensure constantly high quality levels, each unit passes through at least 150 separate stages of testing before being supplied. Another reason why Windhager pellet heating solutions are guaranteed for up to 5 years. The high quality of Windhager pellet boilers is regularly confirmed by external test institutes such as TÜV, Blauer Engel and the Austrian Ecolabel. Customers appreciate this. Over 60 000 homes and businesses around the world are already heated with Windhager pellet systems.
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