De Dietrich has always been one step ahead, constantly occupying an avant garde position in creativity and innovations. 

JeandeDietrichFor over 300 years De Dietrich has been at the forefront of life-changing technological advances. Borne from a generation with a passion for excellence, De Dietrich has continually strived to develop solutions for the ever changing world. Initially the business centred in the ironworking trade. Over successive centuries, De Dietrich expanded into the steel sector, decorative ironwork and railway rolling stock, with fine design and innovative solutions always being the driving factor. In 1910, De Dietrich ventured into homeware with the launch of the Mertzwiller Cooker – the founding product of all De Dietrich home appliances. 

Renowned as a supplier of market-leading premium kitchen appliances that are innovative as well as beautiful in their design. De Dietrich has continued to pioneer technological advances in the homeware market, regularly introducing ground-breaking innovations and concepts. BEAUTY The 2013 Collection from De Dietrich continues the tradition of beauty with the creation of a sophisticated and highly refined look by introducing vertical and structured lines coupled with a fusion of glass and stainless steel. With the choice of Black or Stainless Steel colour lines, the De Dietrich Collection bestows an exclusive look and feel to any kitchen. INNOVATION Innovations include the introduction of the revolutionary zoneless induction hob, the Piano as well as the new DOP1180 oven with colour matrix display, which hides extreme intelligence behindsophisticated aesthetics. The new DOS1180 Compact Multifunction Oven with Pyroclean and Steam Functions now completes the range of 45cm appliances offering true versatility to any kitchen. 

De Dietrich Timeline


1684: Johan De Dietrich buys a forge. 
1761: Johan’s grandson, Jean De Dietrich becomes a great industrialist and is nicknamed the “King of Iron”. 
1778: De Dietrich hunting horn logo is introduced as a stamp of quality. 
1806: The business is extended to include mechanical construction and railways. 
1896: A partnership formed with Ettore Bugatti to build the first Bugatti automobile. 
1902: De Dietrich enters the consumer durables market; producing stoves, cookers, wooden furniture and cast iron bath tubs. 
1910: The Mertzwiller Cooker is launched – the first wood and coal cooker. 
1968: De Dietrich launches first ever pyroclean self-cleaning ovens in France. 
1987: De Dietrich brings induction technology to the market. 
1997: De Dietrich launches the steam oven and cool touch doors.
1999: Introduces the 28cm induction zone – the largest on the market.
2000: Launches touch control oven technology. 
2001: Induction hobs launched with (3.6kW) boost system. 
2003: The World’s first ever intelligent fully automatic cooking system is launched. 
2004: Launches a unique double oven with pyroclean and multifunctions in both cavities. 
2005: De Dietrich joins Mondragon Corporation. 
2006: First freestanding cooker with pyroclean oven and induction hob. 
2007: De Dietrich launches the first ever zoneless induction hob. 
2009: De Dietrich launches an intelligent oven with intuitive full colour display and tilting panel. 
2010: De Dietrich launches the new Compact Touch Control Multifunction Pyroclean with Steam Functions. 
2011: De Dietrich unveils the unique and revolutionary Piano: the most advanced zoneless induction hob ever brought to market. 
2015: De Dietrich launch the first of it's kind Dark Grey appliance collection.
2016: De Dietrich launch the new larger capacity ovens with soft closing doors.