Heatizon Cold Leads Are Blue

Heatizon Cold Leads Are Blue

Heatizon Systems Cold Leads are Blue

For Immediate Release

September 19, 2012

HEATIZON SYSTEMS – Salt Lake City, Utah USA

Heatizon Systems, a manufacturer of low and line voltage electric radiant heating and snow melting products announced today that it has changed the color of the Cold Lead Component, used with its CBX6/23, CBX7, and Radiant 8 Control Units, from “Black” to the color “Blue”. Managing Member Steven Bench announced the change and the reasons for it by stating: “The change in the color of our Cold Leads is designed to make it easy for stakeholders in the installation of Heatizon Systems low voltage products, using ZMesh and Tuff Cable heating elements, to verify that all of the components used are official Heatizon Systems. Using official Heatizon Systems components is important for three reasons: First, because our products are listed as a complete radiant panel set so adding components sourced from others jeopardizes the listing; Second, Heatizon Systems’ warranty requires that no third party components be added to its products; and, Third, Heatizon Systems offers real time technical support via telephone and internet chat to all of its customers and troubleshooting can be very difficult if the components connected to its products are not known.”

Heatizon Systems markets its complete line of electric low and line voltage products through stocking distributors across North America.  The company sells its products under the brand names:  Cozy Heat, Floorizwarm, GutterMelt, Heatwave, Hott-Wire, In-Pipe, Out-Pipe, Radiant Trak, Tuff Cable, and ZMesh.  All Heatizon Systems products carry the ETL mark signifying that they are listed to UL Standards and Certified to CSA standards by Intertek.

For additional information please contact Ryan J. Bench at Heatizon Systems – 4137 South 500 West Murray, Utah 84123, 801-293-1232 or info@heatizon.com or visit our website at www.heatizon.com