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Steffes Heating Room Unit

Steffes Heating products: Room Units | Forced Air | Hydronic

Room units are non-ducted heaters designed to heat the room or area into which they are placed. These heaters can be used in new construction applications but are more ideal for retrofitting baseboard heated homes, supplementing an existing heating system whether it is electric or gas, replacing woodstoves, heating a new addition or a cold spot in the house.

During off-peak hours, ETS heaters convert electricity into heat and store that heat in specially designed high-density ceramic bricks. These bricks are capable of storing vast amounts of heat for extended periods of time. The amount of heat stored in the brick core of the heater is regulated (either manually or automatically) according to seasonal weather conditions.

The heater’s built-in room temperature thermostat is set to your desired comfort level and will control the delivery of heat from the ETS heater. With a heat call to the thermostat, the fan will evenly and quietly circulate the stored heat in the bricks to satisfy comfort requirements. The variable speed fan in the heater allows it to quickly discharge the stored heat if needed.




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.