Snowmelt System Designs


STEP® Snowmelt is designed to melt snow and ice on entrances, walkways, driveways, ramps, patios, etc. The snow melt system eliminates shoveling snow and protects pedestrians from slippery ice or snow covered driveways and sidewalks. Install a snow melting system today and experience the benefits of STEP® Snowmelt.

Snowmelt System Designs


Keep your Driveway and Sidewalk Snow-free

STEP® Snowmelt is designed to melt snow and ice on entrances, walkways, driveways, ramps, patios, etc. The snow melt system eliminates shoveling snow and protects pedestrians from slippery ice or snow covered driveways and sidewalks. Install a snow melting system today and experience the benefits of STEP® Snowmelt.

STEP® Snowmelt can be used for snow and ice removal in a variety of applications:


Snow Melt WalkwayRESIDENTIAL:

  • Driveways
  • Front / back porch
  • Steps and walkways
  • Patios

Commercial

  • Mission critical areas
  • Loading areas
  • Sidewalks / entries
  • Parking areas


Having a heated driveway, heated sidewalks and other outdoor areas gives you many benefits:

  • Avoid shoveling snow
  • Keep pedestrians safe
  • Low operating expenses compared to alternative snow melting systems
  • Maintenance free
  • 10 years Warranty
  • Increase the life of asphalt, concrete and other surfaces
  • Increase the value of your property

 

Design Snow Melt Systems According to Expectations


STEP® Snowmelt can address Class I, Class II, and Class III ASHRAE melting requirements.

When deciding on a snow melt system it is essential to decide on the purpose of the system and how effective the system should be. Do you want the ground completely dry or is it acceptable with some snow slush on the ground shortly after a snowfall?

ASHRAE classifications split snow melt systems into three groups:

  • Class I (snow free ratio 0): Designed not to melt snow while it is falling, but afterwards
  • Class II (snow free ratio 0.5): 50% of snow is melted while falling, the rest afterwards
  • Class III (snow free ratio 1): All snow and ice is melted while falling

When designing a snow melt system it is essential to know the area conditions; snowfall days, temperature, surface type, heat loss to ground, atmospheric loss and perimeter insulations are some of the parameters needed to create a snow melt solutions according to expectations.

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