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Seeing energy-saving hall heating with new eyes

July 1, 2018

The digital age is changing industry and commerce. Right down to the heating processes. KÜBLER is opening up this path with its innovative heating strategy. The name WÄRME 4.0 stands for a new, holistic view of heat supply in industrial buildings. A program with which the innovation leader creates networks. Digitizing heating processes. And thus offers completely new possibilities. For a future-oriented plus in energy efficiency in the hall sector.

WÄRME 4.0 is the way in which you accompany hall operators into the future of heating technology. What do you mean by that, Mr. KÜBLER? "Digitalization is triggering a similar landslide in industrial production processes as it has already done in our communication behavior. The German government has gone so far as to speak of a 4th industrial revolution and is basing its Industry 4.0 high-tech strategy on this. This development is taking place more slowly for some and more quickly for others. But it cannot be stopped. WÄRME 4.0 is our consistent response to this." Incidentally, the Managing Partner of the Ludwigshafen-based hall heating company of the same name, KÜBLER GmbH, was recently awarded the Rhineland-Palatinate Innovation Prize for this response.

Efficiency is networked today

But what exactly is behind HEAT 4.0? KÜBLER's answer is that efficiency is now networked. The new generation of heating systems can be connected to production processes and machines. Energy flows in halls and offices are thus interlinked and at the same time integrated into intelligent services. The result is that completely new synergy effects and savings potential can be uncovered and exploited with HEAT 4.0.

The digital hall heating system

When it comes to the digitalization of heating processes, the innovation leader goes far beyond system control. The new appliance ranges such as OPTIMA plus, MAXIMA and PRIMA are smart high-tech developments that communicate with users. The information flows together in a heat management system. The data streams from a wide range of components are bundled here. The heat management system offers comprehensive analysis tools and ensures transparency and documentation across the entire heating process - key requirements, for example for certification in accordance with ISO 50001 or DIN EN 16247.

The KÜBLER Group

KÜBLER GmbH is an internationally active group of companies. Our core business is the development and production of highly efficient premium technologies for energy-saving hall heating. With an exceptionally wide range of products for almost all types of halls and room environments. KÜBLER is regarded as a pioneer and innovation leader in modern infrared heating technology. Our products and development achievements regularly win awards. Our national and international awards include the Federal Prize for Outstanding Innovative Achievements from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Bavarian State Prize and the German Sustainability Award. KÜBLER received the highest German award for sustainable entrepreneurship in the category "Germany's most sustainable product" for the special energy efficiency of the H.Y.B.R.I.D. system. In 2018, KÜBLER was honored for the third time with the Innovation Award of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Awarded for the innovative WÄRME 4.0 strategy - the digital hall heating system. Founded in 1989, the group of companies employs over 120 people and is one of the leading companies in the industry in Europe with locations in Ludwigshafen, Dresden, Hagen, Hamburg, Prague (Czech Republic), Fegyvernek (Hungary), numerous foreign agencies and a nationwide service network.

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