The spirit of invention and progress The cornerstone of the company was laid by the founder Julius Dopslaff in 1936 in Düsseldorf. The company name of JUDO was made up of the first two letters of his name.
A senior engineer in the sanitation and heating sector, he involved himself from the very beginning with the treatment of water. His pronounced spirit of invention, together with his processes and patents soon made him an expert much in demand on all questions of water treatment. Through intensive basic research, he set new standards in committees such as the DVGW and VDI.
Company founder Julius Dopslaff with his wife Luise
Always characterised by progress and growth, the history of the company is now being continued with the third generation: Hartmut J. Dopslaff a son of the founder and the grandchild Kathrin Reggi-Dopslaff lead actively and creatively the family company.
The inventor Julius Dopslaff made the breakthrough with the "Impfbiene" (injection bee), which for the first time enabled proportional dosing for the purposes of corrosion protection and hardness stabilisation.
The waterworks supplies hygienically pure drinking water however, on
the way from the waterworks, incrustations become dissolved and get
into the water pipe. It is also unavoidable that a certain level of
contamination occurs to drinking water as a result of work on the
public pipeline system. The results are well-known – brown, rusty
water, problems with shut-off and control fittings, dripping taps ...
To be able to enjoy fresh, sparkling spring water is a very attractive
idea. The drinking water that comes out of our taps complies with all
the legal requirements, but due to its transport through extensive and
sometimes old pipework systems, it has lost many of its original