From Hausruckviertel to the whole world!

ETA specialises in the manufacture of biomass heating, meaning pellet and wood chip boilers. The most modern technologies are combined with naturally growing resources.

 

ETA stands for efficiency

Technicians designate the efficiency of a heating system with the Greek letter η, pronounced "eta". ETA boilers stand for more heat with less fuel consumption, environmental soundness and sustainability.

 

Wood: old, but good

Wood is our oldest fuel - and our most modern: There is a lot of history in-between open fires in front of caves and modern biomass boilers. In the middle of the 20th century, the number of wood heating systems fell briefly. Oil was the new heating hype. A brief interlude in comparison to the consistency of wood. Today, we know that heating with fossil fuel has no future. It contributes to global warming and harms the environment. And supply security is not guaranteed long-term either, as fossil fuels are diminishing, don't regrow, and sometimes come from politically unstable regions. Wood, on the other hand, is a cheaper, domestic, renewable raw material that does not pollute the climate when burnt. No wonder wood heating is booming!

 

Comfort with many components

Since December 1998, the Upper Austrian company ETA has been designing and building a new generation of wood-fired boilers. They are full of patented technologies and the most ­modern control technology – and yet are still easy to use. Comfort and efficiency make ­ETA products so popular around the world. With a production capacity of over 10,000 boilers per year and a global export quota of more than 80%, ETA is one of the leading biomass boiler producers.

 

You get more than just a boiler

Those who decide on a wood or pellet boiler from ETA are choosing sustainability. And not just in terms of fuel. ETA shows responsibility across the board. So sustainable workplaces are created in the region. More than 200 employees in Hofkirchen an der Trattnach have the best working conditions – including an in-house canteen, bright assembly and storage halls, fitness rooms and a sauna. The company's own photovoltaic system covers all power needs of the production hall and thus saves around 230 tons of CO2 per year. In addition, electric filling stations are also supplied with the system, allowing our employees to charge their electric vehicles for free.