Krinner Drucklufttechnik was founded in 1995 in the city of Hohenbrunn near Munich, Germany. Our team has built up an immense wealth of knowledge and experience in our main business areas of compressors and compressed air technology for trade and industrial uses through our constantly growing customer base. Today Krinner Drucklufttechnik GmbH, under the direction of founder and CEO August Krinner, is a leading partner for compressed air technology and breathing air technology in the industry, and works with a variety of customers from medium-sized companies to international corporations. Krinner Drucklufttechnik stands for the planning and execution of individual solutions tailor-made to the needs and wishes of our customers. Always interested in innovative progress, we are proud to develop products and solutions with energy-saving components upon request.
Krinner Drucklufttechnik’s portfolio of services includes customised solutions from consultation to planning and installation, start-up and maintenance for compressed air systems and compressors. Thanks to our years of experience in our industry and investments in research and development, Krinner Drucklufttechnik GmbH offers customers great deals for energy saving, such as heat recovery and rotation speed control. In these areas, Krinner Drucklufttechnik has established itself as a specialist in Germany. Our headquarters in Hohenbrunn near Munich are also home to the affiliated company Krinner Kompressoren GmbH which focuses on the business areas of compressed air contracting and compressed air rentals and leasing.
Since 2012, Krinner Drucklufttechnik have constantly expanded our range of services to include specialist technologies and state-of-the-art technologies for breathing air preparation for scuba divers and compressed air for breathing apparatus for fire departments. Three of our developments have already been registered for international patents. These include innovations in compressor systems with KrinnAir NITROX technologies and technologies to reduce CO2 in breathing air.