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Steffes Heating Hydronic

Steffes Heating products: Room Units | Forced Air | Hydronic

The Comfort Plus Hydronic system adds a new dimension to heating by blending hydronic heating with Electric Thermal Storage (ETS) Technology.

During off-peak hours, when electricity costs and energy usage generally are substantially lower, the Comfort Plus Hydronic unit converts electricity into heat and stores that heat in specially designed high-density ceramic bricks located inside the unit.

Through the use of a heat exchanger, this stored heat is transferred as needed from the storage media to a water or glyco solution, which is circulated to areas where the heat is needed.

The Comfort Plus Hydronic system has the ability to utilize off-peak, time of day (or time of use), demand based or other preferential electric rates to generate considerable savings for the consumer while delivering the many benefits associated with hydronic heating.

The Comfort Plus Hydronic can  be used as a supplement to a single or multiple heat pumps and is easy to operate. Just set the room thermostat to the desired comfort level and enjoy the safe, clean, reliable and economical heat this off-peak hydronic system provides.



Steffes Heating Residential Systems

Residential heating is a necessary expenditure, but with an ETS heating solution from Steffes, paying too much is never necessary. Steffes electric thermal storage (ETS) systems are the alternative to high electricity bills and inefficient home heating systems. No matter how big your home or how cold the temperature outside: Steffes has the ideal residential ETS heating solution for your needs.

Steffes Heating Commercial Systems

Steffes Electric Thermal Storage (ETS) units are ideal for many commercial heating applications. These heating systems are designed to satisfy space, water and fresh-air make-up heating requirements while also managing the power demand in commercial and industrial buildings.