Responsibility for an ecological future
Focus on careful use of resources. Right from the start of the product development process, we pay attention to
- the recyclability of the materials used
- reduction of component quantity using state-of-the-art, high-performance materials and digital amplifier technology
- minimal energy consumption of Fohhn electronic devices with intelligent control (Fohhn DSP with Auto Power Save function) and the use of digital amplifier technology with 95% efficiency
- the most compact possible dimensions of the components
- the type of packaging materials (environmentally friendly, recyclable)
Designed for durability and repairability
- Fohhn products are extremely durable due to the use of long-life components, manufactured by specialised quality suppliers.
- All products designed for min. 100,000 hours of operation
- No disposable products: All Fohhn products are serviceable and repairable.
- Warranty: 5 years (extension possible)
- All electronic Fohhn devices ever manufactured can be controlled with the current software version
Effective environmental management and cooperation with Nürtingen University of Applied Sciences and the Centre for Sustainable Development
Fohhn is aware of its own ecological impact and is consciously and actively working towards reducing it. In collaboration with Nürtingen University of Applied Sciences and the Centre for Sustainable Development, we have been working more intensively since September 2021 on a joint sustainability concept with regard to all relevant aspects of development, material purchasing, manufacturing processes, goods dispatch and in-house energy use.
Aiming for climate neutrality
Fohhn strives for CO2 neutrality without purchasing environmental certificates. We are working to achieve this through the following measures:
- in-house PV system
- Reduction of the CO2 footprint in the supplier chain incl. transport management
- Increased focus on sustainable product design
- Analysis of all processes under sustainability aspects by a cross-departmental committee