Stainless steel heat exchangers from Viesel

Quality made in Baden Württemberg

Many years of experience in the construction of heat exchangers made of stainless steel

We are a family company based in Bad Urach near Stuttgart. With the famous Swabian art of engineering, we have been building heat exchangers for over 40 years for customers from various branches of industry throughout Germany.

Our modern heat exchangers are not available in series but only as special productions – 100% matched to your specifications. We make no compromises when it comes to efficiency and accuracy of fit. And the same applies to the material – We have specialised in the processing of stainless steel for particularly durable heat exchangers right from the start. Naturally we are certified according to DIN EN ISO 3834-3:2005.

Our company history started with the production of plastering machines, rotors and stators. Over 40 years ago, we started producing heat exchangers made of stainless steel. We started with small devices particularly for swimming pool construction. From there, we also established ourselves as plant manufacturers in the brewing industry and food processing industry due to our vast experience and modern computer technology.

Over the years we were able to expand our range products and services, e.g. the production of complete components for various manufacturers of combined heat and power plants as well as the further development of heat exchanger technology in the waste gas sector and condensing boiler technology. Today we are an efficient company that can quickly and flexibly respond to individual problems specific to the customer.

In addition to the purely technical further development and innovation of our products, the environmental aspect is becoming more important. As resources become ever scarcer and energy costs increase, the use of existing resources is becoming more important.

At Viesel, you can rely on personal and competent advice, professional and timely execution and a high level of flexibility. The only heat exchangers that we do not build are inefficient ones.