• KÜBLER hall heating systems
    We are involved in the DGNB as experts for hall heating systems. Because sustainability in large buildings needs both: the best building concept and the best heating technology.
  • KÜBLER hall heating systems


    Our advanced systems are not only designed to reduce CO2-footprint, but also to reduce operating costs for our customers in the long term.
KÜBLER Sustainability

Sustainability - what the DGNB and KÜBLER have in common

Sustainability is staying true to your goal. For 35 years, we at KÜBLER have been working to continuously reduce energy consumption when heating halls. Down to an absolute minimum, which we now replace with renewable energies. However, sustainability also means pulling together. That is why we are involved in Europe's largest network for sustainable building: the DGNB.
KÜBLER hall heating systems

KÜBLER leading innovations for sustainable hall heating

Since 1989, it has been KÜBLER's innovative achievements that have set the benchmarks for environmentally friendly and economical heat supply for halls and continue to play a decisive role in progress to this day. The milestones on the way to climate-neutral hall heating count:
  • Closed collective gas flue systems

  • 1996

  • R.O.S.S.Y®

  • 2004

  • RayLab

  • 2006

  • TorOff & ParkOff

  • 2009
    O.P.U.S. X

  • H.Y.B.R.I.D.

  • 2011
    OPTIMA plus

  • Helio.B.R.I.D.

  • 2016
    Heating plant


  • 2017

  • HEAT 4.0

  • 2018

  • HeatManagement E.M.M.A.

  • 2019


  • 2023
    MAXIMA E-Hybrid

  • FUTURA cool
KÜBLER Sustainability

DGNB - Europe's largest network for sustainable building

Since 2007, the German Sustainable Building Council has been committed to changing the status quo in the construction and real estate industry. As Europe's largest network for sustainable building, the non-profit association supports all those who want to develop sustainability and climate protection into the new standard in construction.
The DGNB certification system evaluates various aspects such as the life cycle assessment of buildings or the risks to the local environment. Not least due to its transparency, it sets the global benchmark for sustainability for sustainable buildings and neighborhoods. The DGNB certification system is used throughout Europe and is one of the three most important building assessment systems worldwide, alongside the British BREEAM sustainability certificate and its American/Canadian equivalent LEED.

"The economical and responsible use of resources is our corporate goal. Long before energy efficiency became a megatrend."

The responsible use of energy, water and raw materials is a matter of course for a company whose core business is the development of resource and environmentally friendly products. At KÜBLER, we have always attached great importance to efficiency and environmental compatibility. Along our entire value chain. As a result, for 35 years we have not only been particularly energy-saving technologies and system solutions, but we also measure our entire processes, including transportation and distribution, against the high standards of economic and ecological reasonableness.
Zwei Geschäftsmänner blicken nach oben.

"This sentence is the highest maxim for KÜBLER: Only when our customers are satisfied, are we satisfied."

Our customers are at the center of everything we do. After all, their satisfaction is the basis of our company's success. Our entire value chain, from development, production and sales to services, is geared towards this. Customer orientation and an open dialog are core elements of our corporate strategy. We see ourselves as a partner who takes on the heating and energy challenges of our customers. And fulfills them better than they expect.

"Anyone like KÜBLER who develops energy-saving hall heating systems that work for twenty years or more is inevitably thinking sustainably."

Sustainability is not part of a strategy at KÜBLER. Sustainability is an expression of our self-image as an owner-managed family business that is committed to safeguarding the continued existence and the future of our company. Workplaces for its employees in the long term. In addition to our core business, taking responsibility for our employees and customers, the environment and society is a central concern of our company.
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Außenansicht einer großen von innen beleuchteten Halle. Das kalte blaue Licht, lässt ansprechende Design der roten MAXIMA Dunkelstrahler hervorstechen.
Drei Mitarbeiter im Lager mit blauen Kisten.

"Without the identification of our employees with the company's goals and values, and without their commitment, KÜBLER's success would be inconceivable."

KÜBLER owes its success to very special people. Its employees, who make the successful development of the company possible through their commitment and motivation. The satisfaction, health and safety of the workforce is therefore a central concern of our corporate responsibility. The numerous employee development measures range from family-friendly working time models to the KÜBLER Lounge and team events.
Karte mit markierten Standorten.

"An our locations we enjoy great social trust. We want to keep it that way."

KÜBLER sees itself as part of society. Locally, regionally and internationally. This view is essential to our corporate ethics and our guiding principles. At KÜBLER, we attach great importance to ensuring that our activities are always in line with the applicable values and legal systems. And it is important to us to pass on part of our success to society. That is why we are committed to sustainability. In social areas as well as in education and science, sport and culture.
KÜBLER hall heating systems
Let's take the next step together
Every hall is different. With more than 30 years of company history, there is hardly a requirement that is foreign to us. Together with our customers, we have implemented the right solutions. If you are ready to implement economically proven heating concepts for your hall, then you have come to the right place.
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