Thanks to a consistent system concept, wherever you are in the world, we can meet your requirements professionally and reliably, all from a single source. Our product range includes floorstanding boilers, wall mounted gas condensing and conventional boilers, heat pumps and DHW cylinders, solar thermal systems, cylinders, air handling and ventilation systems, control systems and CHP units. Here you'll find a few examples from Wolf's extensive, international reference list.

As a result of thinking about systems holistically, customers, architects and design engineers can be sure of getting everything they need, reliably from a single source – Wolf! Our range includes fl oorstanding boilers, gas condensing as well as conventional boilers, biomass heating technology, heat pumps and DHW cylinders, solar thermal systems, cylinders air handling and ventilation systems, as well as control systems and CHP units. In the air handling unit sector, Wolf is European market leader.

Agrana corn starch

In October 2017, the company AGRANA opened a new corn starch plant at its site at Schach an der Donau, Austria. AGRANA invested around 80 million euros to increase its processing capacity by a third to 540,000 tonnes of corn per year. 

Hermann Fleischlos

Advertisements for Hermann’s meat-free products are all over Austria. They follow the trend of sustainable food production and focus on short transport routes, cutting out waste and minimising water and energy consumption.

Theater Vienna

Theater AKZENT is part of the Educational Centre of the Vienna Chamber for Workers and Employees. The theatre was thoroughly renovated recently to bring it up to date.

Domodedovo Airport

The largest airport of Russia is equipped with 50 modern air ventilation systems by Wolf.

Allianz Arena

Wolf air handling units provide pleasant temperatures and an excellent ambience at the Allianz Arena in Munich.

Austria Campus Vienna

WOLF has been awarded a contract to provide air handling/ventilation systems for AUSTRIA CAMPUS, Austria’s largest construction project. 

Warehouse & cold storage

WOLF air handling units are designed strictly in line with DIN Directive 1946 – Part 4 and installed with the greatest of care. 

Deutsche Flugsicherung

The German Air Traffic Control Center is equipped with high-tech facilities, resulting in above average electrical energy consumption.

Nationalstadion Warschau

Wolf delivers fresh air to the national stadium in Warsaw. As part of the European championship, five games were held there.

Arena Nationala

The Arena Nationala is a UEFA stadium category 4 – the highest classification of the European Football Association.

O2 World

With 17 000 seats, the “O2 World” is the second largest and most advanced arena in Germany.

Maritim Hotel

For its 37 hotels, the internationally renowned German hotel chain, Maritim, banks exclusively on combined heat and power generation.

Schlosshotel Lerbach

The Schlosshotel Lerbach cossets it’s demanding guests with environmentally sound heat and power delivered by a Wolf CHP unit. The Schlosshotel Lerbach cossets it’s demanding guests with environmentally sound heat and power delivered by a Wolf CHP unit.


The Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre is one of the most modern trade fair centers and equipped with an solar installation by Wolf.

System Gastronomy

Wolf has a history of working in successful partnership with gastronomic establishments.

Europlaza Wien

The Euro Plaza is a business park in Meidling with the highest air condition aspirations. Wolf air handling units ensure the air here.

Viertel Zwei

The building complex is one of the largest inner-city developments in Vienna. The employment of Wolf technology was essential.

Tour First

Tour First has been the highest building in France. Sixteen Wolf air handling units were an essential component of this concept.

Werner & Mertz GmbH

The Werner & Mertz GmbH meets the highest international standards for sustainable and environmentally responsible construction.


The Riverside is not the first shopping centre in Austria that banks on air handling and ventilation technology made in Mainburg.

Volvo Zentrum

The Wolf CHP unit at the Volvo Center St. Petersburg provides a reliable, affordable and viable provision of electric power.


One of the largest international mail-order companies is relying on air handling technology from Mainburg.

Diesel Power Station

Wolf even assumes projects with highest demands. The diesel power station lies in a hurricane-prone area.

Netzaberg Housing Area

In the immediate vicinity of this troop training ground, the “Netzaberg” housing area was part of the largest housing development in Europe.

Project China

China intends to initiate major development projects to counteract high rental prices and the increasing migration of its people.


The Academy of Art and Design is the largest art college in the Netherlands with the integration of several air handling units from Wolf Mainburg.

Student housing complex

The student housing complex Düsseldorf is equipped with a Wolf CHP.


Wolf provides air conditioning for the Kremlin. These Wolf air handling units move a volume of no less than 1.6 million m³ of air each hour.

Amalienbad Vienna

The Amalienbad is equipped with Wolf air-conditionings, which meets the stringent requirements expected for modern swimming pools.

Hallenbad Kilchberg

Wolf provide a genuine feel-good atmosphere inside the public indoor pool at Kilchberg on Lake Zürich

Rainbow Park

The Rainbow Park, Wuppertal, is a popular sports and leisure centre with a wide range of activities. It relies on a Wolf CHP.

Sewage plant Mainburg

The sewage plant of Mainburg was generally overhauled and replaced by a modern Wolf CHP unit.

Landesklinikum Amstetten

An Wolf air technology system offers a good indoor climate at the Landesklinikum Amstetten.