The Future of Heating: Thermasi Innovative Heating Solutions
“Nature reminds us that we have much to learn and much further to go, in the universe and within ourselves. We’re excited to be a part of creating a better future.” – Allen Coggins.
When we met Allen Coggins, the inventor of the Thermasi furnace, last year at the AHR Expo, we were amazed at his innovative heating technology which has the potential to truly change the future of the heating industry.
Thermasi furnaces are particularly unique in their exceptional energy efficiency rating. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) recently verified that Thermasi furnaces use up to 41 percent less energy to produce heat.
Thermasi’s innovative designs utilize principles of thermal mass, infrared heat, control algorithms, special proprietary design features, modularity, scalability, and efficient energy usage to create and capture more usable heat while consuming less energy. And, as a bonus, Thermasi heaters reduce the amount of greenhouse gases produced by heating.
As an example, a typical 2,000 square foot home with a traditional conventional electrical furnace, utilizing a 20-25kw heat kit, may show a power consumption of 80 – 100+ amps. In comparison, that same sized home with a Thermasi Furnace would only require 42-45 amps of power to achieve the same amount of heat.
Last year Thermasi installed a two heating chamber furnace for the Arnold Food Pantry, who recently reported that they “couldn’t be more pleased with the functionality of the [Thermasi] system; it has outperformed our expectations and has allowed us to expand our food pantry to better serve our clientele. We are thankful to see that our electric bills have gone down.”
Thermasi furnaces are designed to be installed in either new construction, or as a direct replacement for typical residential furnaces. The flexible installation process allows for numerous traditional and non-traditional configurations.
Thermasi furnaces also offer customizable efficiency to accommodate any climate and heating requirements.
Specifications for the Two Heating Chamber Thermasi Furnace
- Capacity (BTU): 9.5k to 76K BTUs (2784 to 22273 Watts).
- Volts: 208-240/480.
- Phase: 1 or 3 phase.
- Hertz: 60.
- Full-Load Amperes: 42 Amps.
- Furnace Electrical Connection:
Full-Load Amps: 43.
Maximum Overcurrent Protection (Amps): 50.
Minimum Circuit Ampacity: NEC and local codes.
- Unit Dimensions (L x W x H): 18 x 24 x 54 inch (457 x 610 x 1372 mm).
- Blower (L x W x H): 18 x 24 x 18 inch (457 x 610 x 457 mm).
- Heating Chamber (L x W x H): 18 x 24 x 18 inch (457 x 610 x 457 mm).
- Assembled Weight: 180 lbs (82 kg) blower and heating chambers.
Embrace the Future
If you are a HVACR contractor and are interested in providing the Thermasi heating units as the most energy-efficient option to your customers, please ask for them at your local distributors. You can also contact Thermasi directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them at 314-602-7454.
We also encourage distributors to contact Thermasi to boost your business by supplying this innovative heating technology to your contractors, if you are not carrying them already.
To learn more about Thermasi, please visit their website at www.thermasi.com, email them at email@example.com or call them at 314-602-7454.
Thermasi was founded by inventor Allen Coggins. In addition to being an innovative industry leader, Thermasi is a company with a heart – they make service to their community a serious company commitment.
Believing that having a positive impact on the community is a benefit that extends into many aspects of a healthy life, they encourage employees to volunteer through their Heating with a Heart program. This program started as a quarterly initiative to get involved which has grown into a monthly activity. Volunteering connects them to the community. Even helping out with the smallest tasks can make a real difference to the lives of people, animals, and organizations in need. Also volunteering is a two-way street they find that it benefits them and their families as much as the cause they choose to help. Dedicating their time as volunteers has helped them make new friends, expand their network, boost social skills, and construction skills.