Minimal energy consumption with the maximum heat dissipation. A pleasant room atmosphere and individual oasis of well-being. Produce warmth exactly where and when you need it. This is what infrared heating systems made by European quality providers offer you.
When it comes to cosiness and comfort, a correctly dimensioned infrared heating system exceeds the mayority of the other heating systems. Via infrared heat radiation, living spaces can be temperatured very equally. Through the deliberate placement of panels in the room, comfort zones can additionally be supplied with warmth.
The areas of application of infrared heating systems reach from local island heating solutions on your workplace to convenient additional heating systems, for example in the bathroom, up to an
innovative overall concept with infrared panels as an integrated main heating systems for restructions and new houses.
Considering the total costs, the advantages of infrared heating systems are the comparatively low investment costs as well as the high durability. The combination of good consumption values and due to the fact that there are no costs of service and maintenance, your household budget will be relieved additionally.
Thanks to the highest modern technic, infrared heating solutions are also suitable for the optimisation of your private consumption by combinating photovoltaics, battery storage and energy management systems .
The infrared heating system is based on the principle of solar radiation. From a physical view, infrared radiation is an electromagnetic wave, which is situated below the end of the red light and which dispreads itself in free rooms with a wavelength of 780 nm until 1mm.
A properly dimensioned electrical infrared heating system surpasses most of the other heating systems because as far as cosiness and comfort is concerned. It is clean, noiseless, and also maintenance-free. Via warmth radiation you can temperature living rooms very equally.
Through the exact positioning of IR-panels other comfort zones can additionally be provided with warmth. This leads to the fact, that the energy that has been fed can be used efficiently
whereever it is needed. However, usual convection heating systems are using the air for the heat transfer.
The disadvantages are well-known. The rising warm air leeds to big temperature differences between the ceiling and the floor. Whilst there is very much energy saved in the warm air layer below the ceiling, which is not accessable to the user, the cold air is situated near the floor. The user will be forced to boost the room thermostat, if he doesn´t want to suffer from cold feet.
Besides, the warm air flow whirls up dust and bacteries in the entire room, so that it is an additional burden for allergy sufferers.
On the contrary, infrared heating systems do not whirl up any dust or bacteries – that´s why they are very suitable for allergy sufferers and asthmatic persons. Due to the higher wall temperature, humidity gets out of the wall and rises up in the air. This lead to a better insulation as well as a better room atmosphere, prevents condensation and the formation of mould. The homogenous temperature distribution in the room increases the comfortable feeling.