We spent some time talking Heatizon products in the Northeast with Russell from Comfort Radiant Heating in NY. Learn more about this great company, the services they provide, and take a look at some of their projects in this article.
Remodeling? How about adding some radiant heat? Our Heatwave mats and cables are the perfect DIY solution for warm floors and feet. Available in 120V or 240V these mats and cables pair with one of our thermostats for a simple radiant solution. For larger areas multiple mats and cables can be chained together.
We are celebrating our 20th anniversary this year and have plenty to be excited about! Our teams have been busy developing new products and applications, while our distributors continue to work on innovative and cutting edge projects.
Stay tuned for exciting updates as the year goes on!
Heatizon Systems Hott-Wire is being installed as part of the Chicago Bus Rapid Transit project. This project, consisting of 8 platforms will be the central loop in the cities improved bus system. Each of these 8 platforms is heated with our mineral insulated Hott-Wire system and activated by temperature and moisture sensors to keep these high traffic loading areas clear from snow and ice.
This large project is expected to wrap up by the end of the year. We are looking forward to the ribbon cutting and seeing these heated platforms in action.
Heatizon Systems is pleased to partner with Kalb Corporation in Oneida, Illinois as an authorized distributor. Kalb Corporation supplies Heatizon’s line of snow melting, roof deicing and floor and space heating products to Illinois and the surrounding area.
Radiant heating has been in use for millennia and is constantly evolving. Early evidence indicates that floors heated by channeling smoke from fires through trenches under the stone floor were built in Asia as early as 5,000 BC.
Winter Is On Its Way! Time to Install Radiant Heat
Fall has arrived and winter will be here before we know it. Take advantage of the time left to get your roof deicing and snow melting projects installed before it is too late.
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One of the many selling points of Heatizon’s Hott-Wire MI cable is that it can be installed in hot asphalt with minimal accommodations. This durable cable is capable of withstanding the heat as well as pressure from the tools and equipment used.
Heatizon, pronounced “Heat Is On” began manufacturing its unique line of low voltage radiant heating products nearly 20 years ago in 1996. In the years since then we have added a whole range of products for snow melting, floor and space heating, and roof deicing.
Heatizon’s Hott-Wire MI cable traces its origins back to 1896 when the first patent for Mineral Insulated Cable was issued. The cable was used on ships and other projects in the years leading up to World War Two when it was used in military equipment. MI cable is very durable and used frequently in powering and controlling critical equipment including nuclear reactors, fire alarms, and emergency systems. The 1930s saw the use of MI cable in Heat Tracing with cable designed specifically for this use entering production in the 1950s.
Our ZMesh for floor warming and roof deicing comes in two widths, 9” and 12”. These options are not necessarily for varying the size of coverage, the major difference is actually related to heat output.
Heatizon ZMesh has a long and successful history of floor warming, space heating, and roof deicing. Its unique construction allows the bronze mesh to be nailed or stapled through during installation, making it ideal for heating under carpet, wood floors, or non-conductive shingles. The system is listed to ETL standards for interior floor and space heat, as well as roof deicing beneath non-conductive materials.
At Heatizon Systems, we’ve designed radiant heating products that support green concepts, like sustainability, use of fewer natural resources, and energy-efficiency. So, while you enjoy comfortable, radiant heat and lower home maintenance costs, Heatizon will help you protect the environment.
Ice dams are formed when interior heat escapes and warms the roof. The melting snow then runs to the colder eave, where it refreezes. This process can cause severe damage to your roof, and potentially expose your interior to water damage.
At Heatizon, we don’t believe in a one size fits all approach to snow melting. Along with our distributors, we use data from the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) in the design of each snow melting system we sell.
At Heatizon Systems, we regularly state that all of our products are listed. What does it mean to have a product listed? Why does a listing matter to a customer? And what do acronyms like ETL, UL, CSA, OSHA, and NRTL mean?