Every breath exhaled by an average person contains 3-4% CO2. Ours probably contains more because we live and breathe to use CO2 in sustainable cooling and heating systems. We do this because we help make a difference to the climate and our customers’ economic performance.
At Advansor, we place great emphasis on our three core values: Ambitious, Easy to work with & Sustainability. Learn more about each of the three values and what they mean in everyday life at Advansor.
We are ambitious in everything we do and always strive to do better. High quality, high performance and doing our outmost is a matter of course. Good is the enemy to great.
- Optimized product range for fast delivery and easy installation
- Factory programmed and tested
- 100% reliability performance
- R&D and Lab for testing own mechanical and electrical designs, tools, and innovative technologies
- Pressure test chambers and certified to CE-mark our products
Easy to work with
We value diversity and good relationships with customers, suppliers, and colleagues. We are easy to work with, and all initiatives are passionately driven by an open-minded team of more than 20 different nationalities
- Support and documentation in 10 languages
- 20 nationalities
- Online Customer Portal, Free webinars
- Training Centre and online technical trainings
- 24/7 Service
- Flex jobs, flexible hours, apprentices, students
- Technologies and methods developed together with all employees
We see the United Nations’ Global Goals as our guiding star. We’re especially driven by goal number 13 – Climate Action – and it is a natural part of our DNA. The aim is to be CO2 neutral manufacturer and workplace 2025.
- Pure focus on CO2 - broadest portfolio
- ISO 50001 certified
- Member of the Climate Pledge and Racetozero
- Free charging for electrical cars and internal electrical transportation
- CO2 neutral heating
- Sustainable production processes like hydrogen soldering
- Excellent work environment
- Minimize waste + zero food waste
- Organic and cradle-to-cradle certified materials in buildings