'Power House' Regulates Voltage, Reclaims Electricity

'Power House' Regulates Voltage, Reclaims Electricity

Energy costs can be a budget buster for businesses and homeowners alike. But a new product offered by Comfort Supply, a Tennessee-based wholesaler of Ruud HVAC products — gives home and business owners an opportunity to reduce energy and maintenance costs by reclaiming electricity normally lost to the ground.

The Power House conditioning system, by Black Hawk Energy Products, installs on a building’s electrical system. The small box boosts, balances and regulates voltage rates during all phases of electrical consumption.

“This is a wildly popular product,” says Wayne Dube, a salesman with Comfort Supply. “It’s a safe, efficient way to cut energy costs for a home or business.”

The Power House captures voltage that would normally go to ground and recycles it into the building’s electrical system.

The voltage of electrical current drawn into a building ebbs and flows, depending on the demand on the grid. When the voltage spikes, appliances will send the excess electricity through a ground wire, dispersing it to the earth. When voltage is low, appliances struggle to pull enough power to do their jobs. The Power House captures voltage that would normally go to ground and recycles it into the building’s electrical system. When voltage fluctuates, the flow into the building remains more level. The result is a reduction in kilowatt consumption, appliances that run at peak efficiency, reduced maintenance costs and reduced peak demand loads. All of which leads to lower energy bills.

The Power House was invented by Jerry Johnson, a 40-year electrician who was inspired to develop it by rising energy costs. It was tested in residential, restaurant, and industrial applications.

“Customers appreciate the lower electricity bills, but they also like the green angle,” Dube says. “Using power more efficiently and not losing so much to a ground wire means your equipment and appliances last longer with lower maintenance costs. It also lowers peak demand on available energy and helps entire communities have a more stable power grid.”

The Power House increases the capacity of a building’s electrical panel by allowing it to run cooler, and protects all equipment from basic electrical surges. The 50-pound unit can be installed virtually anywhere, because it runs cool and requires no special ventilation.

The Power House must be installed by a licensed electrician.

It’s available in both residential and commercial voltages. Learn more at BlackHawkenergysaver.com.

Comfort Supply was founded in 1971 as one of Tennessee’s first HVAC wholesalers. Comfort Supply is a wholesaler of quality Ruud products and a one-stop location for both traditional and geothermal HVAC products, serving the residential and commercial markets from locations in Nashville, Chattanooga, Clarksville, Cookeville, Knoxville and Murfreesboro. ComfortSupplyHVAC.com

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