Heatizon Tuff Cable and Floorizwarm System Design Improvements
For Immediate Release – May 8, 2007
HEATIZON SYSTEMS – Salt Lake City, Utah USA
Murray, Utah – Heatizon Systems Tuff Cable, a 10-gauge copper coated cable heating element, was issued a trademark by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this week. The Tuff Cable heating element is used in conjunction with Heatizon’s low voltage radiant products for snow melting, roof deicing, space heating, and floor warming applications.
In addition, Heatizon Systems recently redesigned Floorizwarm products also received trademark status. The Floorizwarm system is designed to warm smaller areas, such as kitchens, bathrooms, and foyer areas, and delivers from 10 to 15 watts per square foot. The Floorizwarm products were recently redesigned, and now include a more compact Power Unit, making Floorizwarm even more attractive and affordable.
Steve Bench, Heatizon Systems’ Managing Member, believes his products are the best on the market. “We offer state-of-the art solid state components, and combine it with low-voltage technology to provide our customers with products that are easy to operate, virtually maintenance free, safe, and ninety-nine per cent efficient,” Bench said. “Customers can’t get better value than that.”
Bench also noted that the Floorizwarm Kit includes everything the customer needs to complete the install, including the Power Unit, Heating Element, and the Activation Device.
Tuff Cable heating element and the Floorizwarm heating element both come with a 25-year warranty.