The energy transition poses major challenges for energy efficiency in buildings - from single-family homes to hotels, public buildings and industrial companies. While comfort and cost savings are at the top of the list of priorities in the house building and hotel sector, public institutions are also interested in safety as well as climate and environmental protection. For entrepreneurs, lower operating costs, e.g. by using the heat or cold generated during production, are an important argument. All in all, those who think and act energy-efficiently can increase profitability, save costs and reduce CO2 emissions. Sailer systems offer maximum energy and cost savings, thus protecting the environment and climate.
Sailer is constantly coming up with new ideas and has been rewarded, for example, with the award for Germany's most innovative medium-sized company! You might be interested in reading more about this and other topics.
Energy efficiency and energy savings, hygiene and health protection, cost-effectiveness, cost reduction, as well as maximum comfort, performance and process reliability are the most important categories in technical building equipment and building services. With our intelligent solutions for the energy-saving generation and distribution of hygienically clean hot water, we offer our business partners future-proof and reliable technology for new builds as well as for modernization and building renovation projects.
Sailer offers perfect technologies both for the central generation of hot water - innovative stratified storage tanks that really deserve this name because they actually separate the hot, warm and cold water layers so perfectly that the layers do not mix - and for decentralized hot water generation based on the flow-through principle: fresh water stations and our special hybrid storage tanks with hot water generation only heat the water when it is needed in the kitchen, at the sink or in the shower.
Which system is better, more efficient and more economical? There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. It all depends on the individual case - above all on the individual user habits, but also on the size of the building and the type of heat generation.