A modern home cannot be imagined without "smart" household appliances - the invention of modern mankind, designed to make life easier. In this field, there are many companies that are popular to one degree or another. But among those that have proven themselves in the world market is the Bosch Gruppe company, with a long history that inspires great confidence in thousands of consumers around the world. The name of the company is associated with the name of Hugo Junkers, a German research engineer and industrialist who at the end of the 19th century was the most famous inventor in the field of thermal and aviation technology and had more than 180 patents for inventions - an absolute world record of that time.
Back in 1895, H. Junkers opened a factory for the production of hot water equipment "Junkers & Co". in the city of Dessau, and already in 1903 the assortment of his factory consisted of 19 models. By 1929, Junkers columns had become the safest in the world thanks to Hugo Junkers' invention of a thermoelectric gas switch that worked when the flame went out. Over time, the concept of "Junkers gas column" becomes one of the symbols of pre-war Europe. But the global economic crisis that began soon affected the empire of Junkers. And in 1932, he had to sell his enterprises for the production of thermotechnics to another giant of the German economy - the Robert Bosch concern, completely devoting himself to aircraft construction. Thus began the second stage of the development of the company, but already under the roof of the Robert Bosch company.
The development of JUNKERS after the Second World War is primarily characterized by the opening of new factories and the further improvement of product quality control, which brought Junkers / Bosch Thermotechnik to the forefront in post-war Germany. So, in 1968, the equipment of gas water heaters with piezo ignition of the flame began. The next step of the JUNKERS company is a geyser with ignition of a flame from two batteries. After 10 years, the world's first mounted combined heating boilers with continuous power control were launched into production. And in 1985, mass production of boilers with an environmentally friendly combustion burner began. One of the few, this company produces geysers with a closed combustion chamber, which do not require a flue and take combustion air not from the room, but from outside the building. Today, Junkers / Bosch Thermotechnik is the largest manufacturer of heating equipment in Europe, and among the manufacturers of gas water heaters, the largest manufacturer in the world.
But it is not only history that makes up the excellent reputation of the Bosch Group. Thanks to the recognition of consumers and their boundless trust, the company has undeniable authority in the field of household appliances. After all, only those who use products every day are able to appreciate their quality and convenience, which is why the opinion of the end user is so important for Bosch Gruppe, because all new products are created based on their needs.