Our home in Munich has seen our team become the global experts in heat exchange solutions, making us critical to a wide variety of industries. We power everything from keeping food fresh to providing comfortable air conditioning in office buildings and enabling renewable energy production.

As refrigeration manufacturer we have been serving the world for nearly a century and we see our heritage as a springboard for new ideas, innovation and bold ambitions.

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We are united in the desire to find ways to progress as a society – unified in our search for well-being, prosperity for future generations, and the protection and preservation of our shared home.

From the very beginnings of new product development to the operation of our cooling systems on site, we always keep this commitment in mind.

Our manufacturing plants are designed with respect for nature: we use green energy and sustainable water treatments, and our unique ‘planted plant’ concept is a breakthrough in healthy work environments. Not only this, but all our air coolers, dry coolers and condensers operate with the lowest water and energy consumption possible, protecting the world’s valuable resources.

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With nearly a century of technological and engineering excellence, you can be sure that we've got you covered. Find out more about the industry’s widest range of cooling systems & heat exchange solutions.
EXPERT ARTICLE Adiabatic Cooling Water and energy use are increasingly a concern for organisations for both financial and environmental reasons. Adiabatic cooling, twinned with intelligent controls, can play a significant role in reducing the consumption of both. Adiabatic technology also extends the range of cooling and refrigeration systems that use natural refrigerants and can help to future-proof cooling systems as global temperatures rise.
CASE STUDY District Heating, Denmark But there’s a problem. Around a third of the energy used to create district heating currently comes from fossil fuels. And much of the rest comes from burning biomass: a greener solution but one that still produces carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Denmark takes its environmental responsibilities seriously and has pledged to make its energy and utilities sector nearly carbon neutral by 2030. But how will it do it? Part of the answer lies in one of the country’s richest natural resources: the wind. The arrays of wind turbines that line Denmark’s shallow Baltic and North Sea shorelines are testament to the country’s wind power resources. On some days, when the wind is blowing hard, the whirling blades produce more electricity than the country needs, with the surplus exported to surrounding nations. This is the kind of clean energy that’s needed in a fossil-free world. And together with solar energy it can be used to power an increasingly popular form of district heating that depends on heat pumps.
NEWS Güntner Sets Sustainability In Stone With Six Industry-Leading Pledges After an extensive period of consultation across the organisation, Güntner is committing to six sustainability pledges to achieve by 2030. In support of its al-ready strong sustainability mission, the new pledges focus and accelerate efforts to significantly reduce the impact Güntner has on the environment. The pledges also demonstrate the company’s leadership to the wider industry, galvanising action globally that will improve prospects for the planet and for future genera-tions.


We’re playing an essential role in industries all around the world with our know-how and the specialist heat exchange systems we manufacture. Always providing our customers a truly customized experience, wherever they need us.

With our expert teams across more than 50 office locations and 6 manufacturing plants, we thrive on a diversity of ideas as well as on our determination and ability to meet and exceed our partners’ needs. Together we're designing the future of cooling solutions and heat transfer systems.

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