We have nine subsidiaries and 60 sales partners worldwide, and although our roots and base are in Mainburg, WOLF is also positioned internationally. WOLF heating and air handling equipment can be found in locations ranging from the Red Town Hall in Berlin right through to the Kremlin in Moscow. WOLF supports design engineers, installers and end customers throughout the entire engineering process and the coordination of components for heating systems and air handling units within the areas of heating, solar, air handling and ventilation. In other words, WOLF ensures an optimum indoor environment – for detached houses and apartment blocks right through to office buildings and industrial plants.
Since 2016, WOLF Power Systems has been the WOLF business unit for CHP modules and power systems.
The early seventies onwards saw the development of ventilation and air handling units (an area in which we remain the market leader today) and this was followed a decade later by the company's entry into heating technology. Today, WOLF is the leading expert in indoor environments, i.e. places where people feel good. As a subsidiary of Centrotec Sustainable AG, we consider ourselves an innovative company that contributes to sustainability and the conservation of resources with efficient heating, ventilation and air handling equipment. We are also represented in the CHP sector through our subsidiaries Kuntschar + Schlüter and Dreyer & Bosse.
1963 Anton Wolf founded WOLF GmbH in 1963
1964 80 employees work across 4000 m2 to manufacture parts for hop drying equipment and air heaters
1967 First TÜV certification for air heaters
1974 At the Hannover Messe, WOLF is the first manufacturer to exhibit an energy saving cross-flow heat exchanger
1984 The first low temperature cast iron oil boilers and stainless steel boilers come from WOLF GmbH
1989 ISO 9001: WOLF is the first company in the industry to be certified to this strict quality standard
1994 WOLF commences manufacturing wall mounted gas boilers. They are considered the most straightforward appliances on the market to service.
1998 WOLF begins relaunching its complete heating equipment product range for oil and gas boilers
2004 The company begins working with biomass technology. WOLF is ranked third in Germany for gas and oil boilers.
2011 Wolf produces its 1.5 millionth heat generator – a CGB wall mounted gas condensing boiler. WOLF is named Factory of the Year by AT Kearney in the "Outstanding Installation" category.