Ambient Electric Heating
Forging a Path to Zero Emission Heat
Electric Hydronic Heating
Ambient electric heating products provide options to replace or supplement a boiler in a hydronic or radiant heating system. They can be configured to meet your emissions and budget goals, and having options means you don’t need to sacrifice comfort to reduce emissions. No matter what climate you live in, you can significantly reduce or even eliminate emissions from your home heating system with Ambient electric heating products.
How to Electrify Your Home’s Heating System
You can simply replace fossil fuel appliances with Ambient electric heating products, but you will be more successful reducing emissions and your utility bills when you evaluate your entire home. Click the interest points to learn more about how to prepare your home for electric heating.
Ambient electric boilers are the easiest way to electrify a hydronic heating system. The lightweight, compact design simply drops into existing hydronic systems to replace or supplement the existing boiler. For the most economical way to electrify your home’s heating system choose the Ambient electric boiler.
Hydronic Heat Pump
Ambient hydronic heat pumps represent the most efficient type of electric heat. Designing a hydronic heating system with a heat pump is more challenging as the heat pump’s output changes with the outdoor temperature, but the extreme efficiency of the Ambient hydronic heat pump makes whole home electrification possible, even in cold climates.
Dual Electric System
A dual electric system pairs an electric boiler with a hydronic heat pump to heat the home. This system is designed to heat the home with the highly efficient hydronic heat pump for the majority of the heating season. During the coldest days, the electric boiler is programmed to operate if the heating demand exceeds the heat pump’s output.
Dual Fuel System
A dual fuel system pairs a traditional fossil fuel boiler with a hydronic heat pump. Like the dual electric system, the zero-emission hydronic heat pump is designed to heat the home for the majority of the heating season, while the boiler operates during the coldest days. Unlike electric heating, the boiler can continue to comfortably heat your home during a power outage using common home backup generators.