JUDO has been a pioneer in the field of water treatment for over 80 years. The concept for success of our family business: investing in the future, being dynamic, looking for new ways – while remaining true to our Swabian roots. We regularly bring solutions to the international market that have a major impact on our industry.
As a Swabian family business, values such as reliability, awareness of tradition and partnership are particularly important to us. You are at the centre of all our actions. Our customer. We have made it our business to ensure your satisfaction. As part of the JUDO family, you benefit from our many years of experience, our deep understanding of the HVAC sector and the reliability and know-how of an international, innovative and renowned specialist in water treatment.
Ein weiterer Faktor, der JUDO prägt, ist unser Erfindergeist. Schon nach der Gründung im Jahr 1936 meldete Julius Dopslaff seine ersten Patente an. Heute blicken wir auf zahlreiche Erfindungen zurück, die die Wasseraufbereitung maßgeblich bestimmt haben. Trotz unserer Erfolge in der Vergangenheit haben wir unseren Blick immer auf die Zukunft gerichtet. Unser Bestreben ist es, die Wasseraufbereitung mit neuen Produkten und Technologien immer weiter voranzubringen, echten technischen Mehrwert zu schaffen und in praxisgerechte Lösungen umzusetzen.
Our company follows the highest standards of performance and quality. This also applies to our highly trained employees, who ensure the best service quality with their know-how. As a company, social responsibility is also important to us. Furthermore, openness, reliability and transparency play a decisive role – not only in internal communication but also externally.
Our entire earth’s surface consists of more than 70 percent water. The global water resources together amount to around 1.4 billion cubic kilometres. However, the largest part is salt water – and only about 2.5 percent is fresh water. Only about 213,000 cubic kilometres of this in turn are accessible to humans. This water can be found in lakes or rivers, for example. This makes drinking water one of the most valuable resources of all. For us, this is reason enough to spend a great deal of time on it. Closely linked to this is also the protection of the environment, which is a top priority at every step of JUDO’s business activities.
Our developments have always not only had a significant impact on our company, but have also helped shape the market. We create room for new ideas through sufficient creative freedom, and we see every criticism as an opportunity to do something better. This is an important aspect that distinguishes and drives us as innovators.
Our headquarters with administration and central repair department is located in Winnenden near Stuttgart.
JULIUS DOPSLAFF Campus
Only a stone’s throw away from our headquarters is the JULIUS DOPSLAFF Campus, our seminar centre. The building also houses our customer service, the technical centre and the Baden-Württemberg sales office.
Our products are manufactured in Germany – at our central production site in Backnang-Waldrems. The JUDO Technical Centre is also located there. Our development team has an electronics laboratory, a water-chemical laboratory, numerous test rigs and experimental pre-development test rigs there, which can be converted to the most diverse requirements and measuring methods within a very short time.
In the JUDO Technical Centre at the Backnang-Waldrems site, our development team has an electronics laboratory, a water chemistry laboratory, 15 test rigs and an experimental pre-development test rig, which can be converted to the most diverse requirements and measuring methods within a very short time. We are thus excellently positioned for the future.
Because physical proximity to our customers is important to us, the locations of our headquarters in Germany are supplemented by seven sales offices in Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Leipzig, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Winnenden and Munich. Here you will find an overview of our contact persons in the respective postal code region.
And with our distribution partners we are represented in over 50 countries around the world.
The study “Germany’s innovation leader” was carried out by Prognos on behalf of the F.A.Z. Institute in cooperation with the IMWF Institute for Management and Economic Research.
The study confirms the innovative power and innovative leadership of a company. A total of 33,000 German companies were examined. 3,500 of them received the award.
The DVGW, the German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water, has been setting the technical standards for safe and reliable gas and water supply for more than 150 years. Its quality tests focus on safety, hygiene and environmental safety. With DVGW certification, product manufacturers document to their customers and market partners that “the state of the art” has been maintained. The DVGW certification mark stands for this.
The quality management standard ISO 9001 is nationally and internationally the most widespread and most important standard in quality management. With the certification according to ISO 9001 we document that our quality management meets the high requirements – and is continuously developed further on the basis of these requirements.
The Plus X Award is the world’s largest innovation prize for technology, sport and lifestyle – with an international and independent jury of experts from 25 industries, 23 competent partners and an invested marketing volume of over 25 million euros.
The ZVSHK quality mark: orientation and safety for the SHK trade.
The ZVSHK awards the title “Certified Manufacturer – Quality, Safety, Service” in a transparent procedure to manufacturers who provide the best possible support for the operational processes of the SHK specialist company. The focus of the certification process is, among other things, on high product quality, comprehensive service offers and investment in research and development.
The SVGW, the Swiss Gas and Water Association, tests and certifies products in the gas and water sector, thus ensuring that appliances and materials comply with the current state of the art in terms of quality, safety and usage properties. SVGW certification is granted for system components of drinking water installations, such as fittings, apparatus and piping materials.
The CSA, the Canadian Standards Association, is an independent non-profit organization with offices in 14 countries. CSA develops and maintains more than 3,000 standards and regulations related to safety, design and performance. Various organizations, such as the American National Standards Institute, have recognized the CSA as an official testing and certification institute.
The iF design awards are among the most important international design competitions. The iF logo, with which the winners of the competitions are honored, has become a globally recognized trademark for outstanding design. It serves as an orientation aid for those interested in design in the global marketplaces.
ACS stands for “Attestation de conformité sanitaire”. This set of regulations issued by the French authorities sets precise standards for the use of materials that come into contact with drinking water. With the corresponding certification, manufacturers document that their products meet these strict requirements.
The WaterMark certificate is the seal of approval for products in the drinking water and wastewater sector in Australia and New Zealand. It confirms that a product meets the requirements of the ABCB and is approved for use.
The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) is the standards body responsible for developing and maintaining the so-called National Construction Code – the binding set of rules for construction and installation technology.
PZH is a certification institute for products that do not affect health or the environment when used according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. The PZH Hygiene Certificate is a very important distinction for manufacturers in the field of water treatment.
The GOST certificate is the official confirmation that the products meet the national Russian quality and safety requirements.
With the CE marking, the manufacturer declares, in accordance with EU Regulation 765/2008, that his product meets the requirements laid down in the Community harmonisation legislation concerning its affixing. The CE marking was created to provide the end user with safe products within the European Economic Area, which comprises 30 contracting states.
The Belgaqua certificate is awarded by the Belgian Association of the Water Industry to products and materials that meet the requirements for contact with drinking water.