The Steffes 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 glycol solution, which is circulated to areas where the heat is needed.
The Comfort Plus Hydronic system utilizes low-cost off-peak electricity to generate considerable savings while delivering the many benefits associated with hydronic heating. Heat can be delivered via:
- a radiant floor system
- baseboard radiation
- free standing radiators
- a forced air system
- or almost any combination of zoned delivery systems.
To find out more about ETS heating systems contact Dead River Company.