Tradition and innovation

Expertise, quality, ideas and visions – since 1901

Perfection in form and function – this was, and still is, the Hansgrohe standard. Since 1901, bathroom pioneer Hans Grohe and his descendants have traditionally been one step ahead of their time. Whether this has been inventing the first hand shower (1928) or ringing in a new shower era with Raindance (2003). Even 110 years after the company was founded, meticulous work is still the driving force in this company from the Black Forest. Of course, the main focuses here are: benefits and enjoyment for you, the customer.

The late 1930s: Hans Grohe, foresighted visionary of the 20th century, in his element, water.

The story of how clothier Hans Grohe became a pioneer in the sanitation industry – and has been shaping shower culture since 1901.

Hansgrohe's hall-of-fame winning DNA structure

Find out what the company is capable of achieving on our interactive DNA strand.

From the wall bar to the digitally controlled Shower Fun XXL: Hansgrohe keeps on reinventing the bathroom.

The think-tank: products, creations and solutions that have created bathroom history and revolutionised showering.

The Hansgrohe spray research team currently consists of six people.

The quality of hansgrohe products is based on research. And sometimes on ingenious ideas too.

Pirates are ruthlessly making money, but Hansgrohe is fighting back rigorously: by seizing and destroying counterfeit products.

Protection against plagiarism: why this Black Forest brand manufacturer is rigorously clamping down on pirate copies.

Hansgrohe keeps its promise of quality – by means of strict processes and consistent quality management.

Branded products from the Black Forest: Hansgrohe counts on German know-how and top quality form and function.

From foundry to final assembly: mixer production at Hansgrohe in five videos.

Immerse yourself in Hansgrohe's production system. In five short films we show you how one of our quality mixers is manufactured, step by step.

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