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History

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1954

Bentone was founded by Karl-Erick Johansson in Ljungby in Sweden

1955

Burners in the range of 1400 rpm are introduced

1960

Introduction of burners operating with 2800 rpm

1961

International expansion of Bentone

1967

Bentone moves to a new factory in Ljungby

1968

Bentone acquires burner manufacturers like Suecia and Goldflame

1973

Bentone is acquired by Parca Norrahammar which is part of Coronaverken (CTC)

1974

Coronaverken is acquired by AGA (Linde Group)

1978

Pumps with solenoid valves mounted is introduces on Bentone burners

1979

Controls mounted on the burners are becoming standard on Bentone burners

1980

Pre-purging improves the starting process of all burners

1982

Preheating and self-closing air damper for domestic burners are introduced

1984

Coronaverken is acquired by Saab-Scania

1984

Coronaverken becomes Enertech Group within Saab-Scania
Bentone, CTC and Osby Parca is all part of the new group

1988

Enertech Group is acquired by Trelleborg in Sweden

1993

Enertech Group is acquired by Wolseley plc in the United Kingdom

1998

Bentone, CTC and Osby Parca merge into Enertech AB

2001

Enertech Group is acquired by Roger Hancox from the United Kingdom

2003

New range of Low NOx burners is introduced

2005

The electromechanical relays are being replaced by electronic versions

2008

The launch of a new domestic burner BF1/BFG1 is introduced to the market

2010

More focus on products using alternative oils as a fuel

2011

Turboflame a producer of industrial burners up to 19 MW is acquired by Enertech AB

2013

Multifuel burners for alternative oils such as RME is successfully launched by Bentone

2014

Launch of Siemens LMV for all Bentone burners

2015

Introduction of Ecodesigned approved burners according to the new European standards, ERP and MCP

2016

Enertech Group is acquired by Nibe Group

2017

Enertech AB is part of the business area Nibe Climate Solutions within Nibe Group

2017

All Bentone burners are produced according to the following European standards EN 267, EN 676 and EN 746-2.
All Bentone burners have CE approval and includes a Decleration of Conformity and are tested at TüW in Munich.

2018

All Bentone gas burners are approved according to the new Gas Appliance Regulation (GAR 2016/426) which were implemented the 21 of April 2018

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About us

Our company, our burners, our markets

Environment and quality

Our burners are high-technology equipment – reliable, efficient and with a steadily reduced environmental impact.

Quality ISO-9001:

With the help of our high quality of our products we continuously create confidence for our customers. Quality is part of our whole process from development to production including marketing and sales. Service and support is crucial for our customers and for us as a company. We shall therefore continue to improve
our quality by the following statements:

  • Organisation, quality assurance systems and workflow shall continuously be reconsidered and adapted to present situation and surrounding environment based on experience from the market and information from our customers and employees or by new legislations from governments.
  • Deliver the correct functional product according to the correct specification and performance of our products at the right time and the correct volume.
  • Cater to customers expectation and interest for our products.
Environment and sustainability ISO-14001:

Our product and system solutions aim for a continuous improvement of the environment and to reduce any affects to the environment. Therefore its very
natural for us to consider any environmental aspects in everything we do by the following statements:

  • Continuously be updated regarding environmental laws and by a wide margin always live up to these laws and regulations.
  • Develop, manufacture and market products which are safe, energy efficient and environmental friendly which also can be scrapped or recycled in a safe way.
  • To use processes and work methods which minimises any environmental aspects.  

TÜV

Bentone have tested burners for many years together with TÜV in Munich which ensures accurate information regarding testing procedures and knowhow of Bentone burners. All factors like low emissions, standards and regulations are keystones within the certification procedure which takes a tremendous amount of time and preparation before the actual testing of each burner. Each component are produced according to European standard and has to follow all new regulations and requires testing both at Bentone and at our suppliers test laboratories before testing the complete burner at TÜV. Our product developing team is always focusing on quality to ensure that we always have a reliable burner before we introduce it to the market and our customers.

All Bentone burners are produced according to the following European standards EN 267, EN 676 and EN 746-2. All Bentone burners have CE approval and includes a Decleration of Conformity and are approved according to the new Gas Appliance Regulation (GAR 2016/426) which were implemented the 21 of April 2018.

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Johan Meijer
Product Manager