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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.
ETS commercial heating systems save owners money by using only demand free energy and by minimizing maintenance fees or service contract costs commonly associated with other heating systems.
Steffes commercial heating systems are available in both forced air and hydronic configurations. These units have built-in controls to provide precision demand and energy management. In addition to improving the building’s load factor and reducing the peak billing demand, they also provide stable and predictable heating costs with a quick return on your investment.
Cost Savings of Electric Thermal Storage Units
Wouldn't it be great if you could save 40 to 70 percent on heating bills without forfeiting the comfort that comes with a well-heated building? With an ETS system from Steffes, these significant savings are possible.
The secret to the cost effectiveness of ETS systems is the ability to harness heat during off-peak, demand free, billing hours for use during higher-priced peak billing hours. Thanks to the ETS furnace’s ability to store heat in its high-density ceramic brick during preferential times, your commercial building will experience a greatly improved load factor and a significant cost savings in energy bills.
Load and Energy Management
Its built-in load management system or ability to interface with a third party energy management controller allows its usage to be regulated in accordance to available off-peak power for providing space, water or make-up air heating requirements.
With technologies such as remote control operation, remote access to settings and built-in safety and monitoring devices, the Steffes commercial furnaces can be used successfully by facilities managers to monitor and manage building loads to ensure more affordable energy bills.