Electro boiler

Environmetal friendly
Environmetal friendly
No Emission
No Emission
Zero Carbon Footprint
Zero Carbon Footprint

Electric Boogie

Together with our Sister Company SCHNEIDER ENERGY SYSTEM,  we have developed a raw of model as E-Boiler.
For us, the generic term “electric boiler” defines various products that we supply for the electrical provision of thermal energy. These boiler systems include industrial steam and hot water supplies as well as municipal heating supplies.
The decision in favor of an electrical energy supply instead of a conventional steam or hot water boiler system based on conventional primary energy (natural gas or light heating oil) is often based on very different factors. Reasons such as risk assessments, space conditions, operating hours, or air conditioning aspects can play a role.

Our Electric Boiler Systems:

SKE HDO-E – electric steam boiler in fire-tube boiler design

  • Steam power up to 6 t/h

SKE HWO-E – Electric hot water generator in fire-tube boiler design

  • Thermal output up to 4 MW

SKE HWO-E Modul – electric flow heater for hot water generation

  • Thermal output up to 10 MW

SKE WO-E Modul –electric flow heater for hot water generation 

  • Thermal output up to 10 MW

Electric Boiler – HDO-E und HWO-E

The SCHNEIDER electric boilers of the HDO-E and HWO-E series are electrically heated steam and hot water generators developed for special operating requirements. Their function and mode of operation essentially correspond to those of conventional steam or hot water generators. Because of the lack of flue gas routes and primary energy supply infrastructure as found in gas- and oil-fired boilers, the electric boilers of the HDO-E and HWO-E series require significantly less space for an equivalent thermal output.
The SCHNEIDER electric boilers of the HDO-E and HWO-E series are used in particular where conventional boilers cannot be considered because of structural conditions, legal provisions, hygiene regulations, environmental considerations, or purely economic reasons.


  • Small footprint
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Minimisation of external (investment) costs
  • Clean operating conditions, hygiene benefits
  • Advantageous ATEX classification

Areas of Application

  • Chemical and pharmaceutical industries
  • Hospitals
  • Marine industry (ship classification DNV-GL, LR, BV)
  • Power-to-heat (P2H) applications
  • Standby safety boilers
  • Control energy applications
  • Local and district heating