In 1979, Dipl.-Ing. Ruppmann Verbrennungsanlagen GmbH, based in Stuttgart, Germany, emerged as one of the successor companies of Wilhelm Ruppmann Industrieofenbau GmbH, founded back in 1892. The company's primary activities are the planning, delivery, installation, commissioning and maintenance of special-purpose incineration systems. Wealth of experience Building on the experience gained in traditional industrial furnace manufacturing around 1900, RUPPMANN ventured into system construction at an early stage and produced the first crematorium for the city of Stuttgart back in 1906. In the period that followed, incineration systems were constructed and put into operation around the world as a hygienic way to treat clinical waste, special waste and slightly nuclear residues. While the objectives of these systems remained in the development of efficient incineration technology at first, there is a wider range of more stringent requirements for environmental protection and efficiency today.

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  • Year established 1892
  • Main activity Main activity Manufacturer/ Producer

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  • Humankremation Ofentechnik
  • Humankremation

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  • Engines, internal combustion
  • cremations
  • hospital and assimilated waste incineration plants
  • waste incinerator design
  • salvaging of precious metals
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