A Completely Refreshed Refrigeration Collection
Thermador launches a new Freedom® Collection featuring customized interiors and introduces its largest capacity culinary preservation columns: 36-inch single-door refrigerator and freezer columns.
Thermador turns 100 years old
A milestone in company history, we celebrate a century of innovation and quality craftsmanship in world-class kitchen appliances.
Culinary preservation centers
Exclusively from Thermador, Culinary Preservation Centers offer kitchen personalization with an amazing array of Refrigerator, Freezer and Wine Column configurations.
Invented Freedom® Induction Cooktop
Thermador introduced the Freedom® Induction Cooktop, with the largest, fully usable cooking surface.
Invented first Pro Grand® Steam Range
The Pro Grand® Steam Range made its debut as the only range with a Built-In Steam Convection Oven.
Invented modular refrigeration
This revolutionary system offers culinary enthusiasts flexibility and optimal food storage solutions, personalized to fit their needs.
Introduced Star® Burner
Thermador introduced the first Professional Ranges and Cooktops with the exclusive, patented Star® Burner.
The first all stainless steel dishwasher
Thermador introduced the first all stainless steel Dishwashers, including first tub Dishwashers with a multi-filter system, dual motor and pump for quieter operation.
Introduced stainless and color kitchen
Thermador introduced “Stainless & Color” Kitchen styling. Stainless was paired with five popular colors.
The “Norris” artifacts & green movement
Thermador Electric Company was acquired by Norris Industries and renamed Norris-Thermador Corporation. During this period, Thermador produced Thermador security badges and other artifacts from leftover metals used in the manufacturing of appliances.
The first wall oven with matching cooktop
Thermador introdced the first “Stainless Kitchen” and produced the world’s first “Bilt-In” Wall Oven with a matching “Bilt-In” Cooktop.
Thermador began manufacturing appliances
William E. Cranston Jr. and H.H. Fogwell merged their independent companies, forming the Thermador Electrical Manufacturing Company.
The man behind the brand and industry
Founded by William E. Cranston Jr., Thermador began as a manufacturer of electric items, most notably portable and “Bilt-In” Heaters.