- Three generations Cankar
The family company ATMOS was founded in Bohemia in 1936. In the beginning the production was aimed at LCV-generators for autos and ships under the trade mark of DOKOGEN. The same working principle is used in modern boilers for wood and coal. In 1942, ATMOS started development and manufacturing of the ATMOS compressors, exported to all the world until the nationalization in 1951.
Despite German occupation and the following communist dictatorship, the company has maintained the development of boilers for wood, LCV units, and compressors. In 1980, the first boiler for wood and waste wood was presented at the Pragoterm fair. Until today, ATMOS has developed over 70 types of boilers under 13 patents. One of the first boilers was the EKONOMIK. Three generations of the Cankar family are nowdays working in the company, assuring the European market with quality boilers that are saving environment and energy.
The founder of the company Jaroslav Cankar died in 2006 in age 94 years.
- Škoda Superba year 1942
- Wood-powered generator in the DOKOGEN
boat on the Vltava River in Prague in 1943
- ATMOS compressors manufactured since 1948
- Kompressor ATMOS year 1950
- Boilers EKONOMIK
- ARO 240 with L CV - generator,