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Combined sensors - energy-efficient, demand-oriented, economical

 High-performance sensor technology is a key requirement for the energy-efficient climate control of buildings. Compared to separate models for each individual measured value, combi-sensors offer significant economical...[more]

ISO Certificate
Re-certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015

In June, the re-certification according to the new DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 was carried out in-house. We were able to fully meet the requirements and are thus TÜV-certified until 2023. Special thanks go to our employees, whose...[more]

We are there for you

We are following the dramatic developments around the Corona virus very closely and can say, that there has been no case of COVID-19 in our workforce to date.[more]

Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is becoming the digital standard in the construction industry. The intention is to plan and construct a building jointly and across all trades involved in a new construction. The increasing...[more]

thanos EVO – The evolution of a classic

Elegant, valuable, innovative: thanos EVO – The new room operating unit by Thermokon convinces with its modern design consisting of clear lines and a high-resolution 4.8" touch screen with a glass surface (available in black and...[more]

Flextherm M20: New sealing insert for USE devices

The new Flextherm M20 sealing insert is now available and will replace the previous M20 sealing insert of all devices of the USE family in the current production process (except types with relay/BUS). In addition to the optimized...[more]

Discontinued: STC04-FTT LON

The bidirectional EasySens® Gateway "STC04-FTT LON" has been discontinued. From now on only the limited available stock will be distributed. A replacement type ("STC65-FTT LON") is of course available for...[more]

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