Sustainable Heating Solutions

STEP HEAT combined with alternative energy. There is no better alternative. 

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Solar

Solar

Heat your home or property with the power of the sun

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Battery

Battery

Go off-grid and power directly from your AC or DC battery

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Wind

Wind

Harness the power of the wind to heat your home or property 

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The future power grid is coming, are you ready?

How we generate and distribute power for use in our homes, buildings and other properties is undergoing an accelerated new age transformation. Driven by the pursuit of clean energy alternatives and net zero design initiatives, more direct and efficient integration of DC current sources such as solar, wind and other forms of alternative energy are becoming readily available. 

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The Power of Low Voltage Heating

STEP HEAT's innovative carbon polymer element has the capability to draw from either an AC or DC current source. The power is delivered to the heating elements using a variety of STEP HEAT designed power supplies. With this kind of design flexibility, clients pursuing alternative energy based applications frequently utilize STEP HEAT as their optimal heating solution.

    Multiple Powering Options For Any Application

    Whether AC or DC current, line or low voltage, STEP HEAT's design flexibility provides multiple powering options depending upon source availability, application, and total load requirements. Sources include alternative energy power such as wind, solar, and hydro as well as storage batteries, generators, and various grid-provided line voltages. 
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      AC Power Format

      Popular for standard grid power, solar/wind net metering and stand-by generator applications, STEP HEAT’s AC transformer power supplies efficiently convert the incoming line voltage (240VAC, 208VAC, or 120VAC) down to 24VAC to power the heating elements.

      DC Power Format

      Popular for alternative energy applications using a direct DC current source generated by solar, wind, and storage batteries systems, STEP HEAT DC controllers are used to efficiently operate the system.
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      Sustainable Manufacturing

      STEP HEAT is certified by Greener Product who confirms the product complies with the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), LEED for Homes, and National Association of Home Builder (NAHB) standards. LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification system. Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED provides building owners and operators with a framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations, and maintenance solutions. STEP HEAT qualifies for credits in the following LEED categories: 

      • Materials and Resources (MR)
      • Location and Transportation (LT) 
      • Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ)
      • Integrative Process (IP)

      Sustainable Manufacturing

      The STEP HEAT element is made of a homogeneous, semi-conductive polymer and consists of up to 80% recycled material with a scrap rate of less than 1% during manufacturing.  All materials used in the STEP HEAT system are ecologically safe. Polyethylene is an environmentally friendly product; it does not produce hazardous gases and is biodegradable in sunlight.
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      Powering For A Green Future

      The manufacturer of STEP HEAT products, Electro Plastics Inc., is a participating member of the Emerge Alliance (www.EMergealliance.org), an open industry association. Made up of industry leading companies, liaisons, and professionals, the Emerge Alliance works toward establishing DC power micro grids and AC/DC integration with renewable energy sources. 

      Awards & Certifications

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