Junker Timeline:

ONE EYE ON THE FUTURE FROM THE VERY BEGINNING.
THE OTHER ON QUALITY.

Since 2011, built-in appliances from Junker have been exclusively available with Nobilia kitchens, and are synonymous with modern, high-quality kitchen equipment.

Quality right from the start.
Junker Einbauküche

2016

We haven't stopped trying to become even better.
Quality is continuously advanced, as is the range
of our appliances. These are equipped with an
ever-growing array of technological features to
make cooking even easier. The exquisite, purist
design also represents the high calibre of our
built-in appliances. They make cooking a pleasure!

2011

The topic of cooking is now firmly at the heart
of the company. Junker takes heed of the existing
passion for gastronomy by expanding the range to
include modern and innovative technologies –
possibilities that leave almost nothing to be
desired. The high-quality built-in appliances from
Junker are now exclusively available with nobilia kitchens.
Junker 50er
Junker 1904

THE 1990s

Around 130 years after the company was founded,
Junker & Ruh offers a wide and appealing range of
built-in kitchen appliances. Ovens and cookers continue
to take centre stage in the production range of the
long-established German brand.

THE 1950s

As a company driven by innovation, Junker & Ruh
continuously expands its product range further.
It soon includes a fully secured gas stove, extractor
hoods for kitchens, electric cookers and small
electrical appliances.
Junker 1870
Junker 1904

1904

Series production of gas stoves commences.
Gas stoves were a true revelation, enriching and
simplifying domestic life and ever growing in importance.
The gas stove manufactured by Junker & Ruh becomes the
best-selling model in Germany.

1870

It all began in 1870. Karl Junker and August Ruh
make a name for themselves as producers of high-quality
sewing machines and expand their product range to
include slow-burning stoves, which they go on to sell
worldwide. They were already working on the development
of their first gas stove at that time.
Junker 1870