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Infrared heaters - how do they work?

One of the alternative methods for space heating is the use of

infrared heaters. This is the answer to the constant search for more

eco-friendly way to heat your home. It enables us to get closer

reducing greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere by at least a few steps.

Its operation is not complicated and we will not hesitate to explain it in this article!

How does an infrared heater work?

When taking electricity, the radiant heat emitter produces radiation

similar to that produced by the sun. The heat generated in this way works in

specific way, first heating the walls and objects in the room,

while not heating the air itself. This allows you to heat the room,

using less energy than traditional forms of heating.

The air in such a heated place is much colder than it seems to us.

So does the sun on a winter day. We are quite warm in its light, however

when we move into the shade, we begin to feel the actual temperature. It's kind of

our body's heat deception.

What is an infrared heater used for?

Its purpose is to heat rooms as efficiently as possible, while at the same time

energy saving and low heat loss. It can be used in both

single-family homes, as well as premises, offices or apartments.

It does not require any special permits or apparatus. It is also very easy to assemble and

a person skilled in minor repairs or housework is great with it

can handle. For more complex problems, it is worth going to a specialist,

which will support you in choosing the right infrared heater. He can help too

in home heating installation.

Some radiant heaters (mainly in the form of light bulbs) also serve as additional ones

heating babies in incubators or chickens reared without a henhouse. from this

For this reason, these bulbs are commonly called clonks.

Does the infrared heater get hot?

Radiant heaters, like all heat sources, also get hot. NO

however, it never exceeds 105°C, which is the maximum level

specified in the EU standards PN-EN60335-2-30. Thanks to a thorough analysis today

radiant heaters are often much safer than, for example, conventional ones

coal or eco-pea coal stoves.

However, it is necessary to maintain a distance of at least 25 cm from the radiator in order to

protect yourself from minor burns. Our company tries to protect its products

so that maintaining such a large distance is not required. This enables production

infrared heaters in a wall-mounted form - convenient and invisible for

untrained eye.

Are infrared heaters harmful?

The only radiation emitted by radiators is infrared. They don't produce

the UV radiation present in the sun. This is why we are able to use it

them in places where people live every day.

In addition, they do not cause air movement. They do not disturb the dust and allergens present in it

air, becoming a heating device ideal for allergy sufferers. For comparison

Radiators cannot work efficiently without this air movement. Not because of it

not only are they dangerous for allergy sufferers, but they also promote recurrent upper infections


How much electricity does an infrared heater consume?

A good estimation of the power consumed by infrared heaters makes it possible to significantly

reducing energy consumption. It is usually lower than the case

characteristic farelki or electric heaters. The power consumed is also

disproportionately lower than in the case of gas stoves or ordinary stoves

combustible materials.

The way radiant heaters work is not complicated. Along with the simple

easy to use and easy to use, they become a desirable tool in everyone

home. We hope that we have brought you closer to their topic and tempted you to continue collecting

information on this.

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