2023: Introduction of the RIPPultimate solar absorbers, which can be configured online in nine languages.
2022: The factory injection molds have now produced well over 2 million parts.
2021: SOLAR-RIPP ® swimming pool solar heating systems warm pools in 45 countries around the world.
2020: More and more people are following the slogan "the sun doesn't send a bill"; Not only understand, but act accordingly.
2019: Second logo relaunch in flat design, gray.
2019: Thousands of satisfied customers have been successfully using original systems for over 25 years.
2018: Relocation of production to 56746 Spessart (Eifel) near the legendary Nürburgring race track.
2017: Presentation of the universally usable HPRL design at the aquanale trade fair in Cologne.
2016: Introduction of responsive functionality at www.solarripp.com (in addition to desktop computers, also suitable for tablets and smartphones).
2014: Registration as an approved exporter for facilitated exports at Koblenz customs.
2013: Founding of the SOLAR-RIPP entrepreneurial company in Sinzig (Rhineland).
2011: Logo relaunch in an edgier metal design.
2010: Parts of production move to the "old leather factory" in the Kripp district (Rhineland) south of Remagen.
2009: Winner of the “reddot design award” in Essen.
2009: Award at the “Golden Wave” innovation award for swimming pool technology in Stuttgart.
2009: Nomination for the Design Prize of the Federal Republic of Germany.
2008: Certification of the product according to DIN EN 12975-1.2 as proof of thermal efficiency.
2008: First time participation in the trade fair presence in Great Britain at the Spatex in Brighton.
2007: Integration of a CNC-controlled production machine.
2007: Company logo in a finned tube-like 3D design, red.
2006: First trade fair presence in France at the Eurexpo in Lyon.
2006: Formation of two neologisms for connection variants called “Z-Design” (diagonal absorber) and “U-Design” (reversal absorber).
2005: First SOLAR-RIPP ® trade fair presence ever in Spain at the Piscina in Barcelona.
2005: Registration of the first industrial property rights at the German Patent and Trademark Office in Munich.
1999: Launch of what is probably the first internet presence within the solar absorber industry at www.schwimmbad-solarheiz.de.
1999: Introduction of digital 3D construction methods to increase product quality.
1996: Expansion with a basement workshop and attached garage in Bad Bodendorf in the Ahr Valley.
1994: Company founded as an engineering office for the development, manufacture and distribution of technical products in Munich.