Enrico Klauer begins developing reliable, highly efficient cryotherapy products for use in medicine. These purely electrical devices reach temperatures down to –125°C.
The first cryochamber goes into operation. Enrico Klauer installs the first electrical two-chamber unit with temperatures down to –110°C in a sanatorium in Bad Saeckingen, southwest Germany.
The company sells 15 cold chambers in one year for the first time, demonstrating the demand for this highly developed technology.
The cryotherapy division, ‘Crio Medical Technology’, is spun off from the company and MECOTEC is incorporated.
A MECOTEC cryochamber goes into operation in Russia – the company’s first cryochamber to be installed outside Germany.
Growth continues. MECOTEC is turned into a limited liability company. An in-house production plant is opened in Pforzheim.
The first industrial applications for MECOTEC refrigeration machines are launched.
MECOTEC GmbH receives the Baden-Württemberg Highlight of the Economy award in the Innovations category.
MECOTEC expands its cryochamber production by opening a new site in Solar Valley near Bitterfeld.
The firm continues to expand in Solar Valley with total investment reaching €3.2 million. From now on, the plant in Pforzheim concentrates on cryoair cryotherapy devices.
The company expands abroad and enters the French market by opening a branch in Montpellier.
For the first time, more than 40 cryochambers with a total volume of €6.5 million are sold in one year.
The 'cryo:one' is launched on the market as a ground-breaking, small-scale cryochamber, making whole-body cryotherapy an option for private users.
MECOTEC Asia opens in Singapore; several cold chambers are immediately installed in Southeast Asia.
MECOTEC Italia opens in Milan.
End of 2018
MECOTEC builds more than 90 cryochambers for the first time in one year, a new record.
MECOTEC opens a sales office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
MECOTEC opens a branch in the USA to handle service and support for North and Central America.
Acquisition of Coolant.
Since early 2021
Production of frozen containers for the transport and storage of vaccine.