These top quality panels offer great value for your money and come in 4 basic sizes.
Use in between beams in older properties or to heat hallways or landings and smaller rooms This white infrared panel heater has a white frame and comes in variety of sizes. The 30 x 90cm x 2.5cm deep is suitable for most rooms up to 6m². You can use multiple panels for larger areas.
Size 30 x 90 x 2.5cm
Power – 300 watts
Amps – 1.08
Are Heated up to 6m2
Why Use Infrared Panel Heaters
Infrared heating uses Far Infra Red (FIR) technology – natural solar long waves – to create the effects of sunshine, without the harmful ultraviolet rays.
In the winter when you stand in the sunlight you feel warm, when you move out of the the sun then you feel the cold of the surrounding air.
That is the effect of infrared heat. The air temperature is the same but there is a distinct difference in the heat that you feel.
The reason is that, even though the air temperature is the same, the walls and ceiling radiate FIR waves from the outside sunshine during the summer, causing our bodies to be warmer.
With conventional convection heating – like central heating or a gas fire, for example – it is the air in the room that is heated and this is circulated around the room, creating cold spots and dust.
Infrared Panels and Infrastrip Heat Strips are:
Silent in operation
Provide Instant Heat
Controllable – Thermostats and Timers available
Ideal for Poorly Insulated or Draughty Rooms
No Maintenance – No Moving parts – Built for 100,000 hours or more
Easy to Fit – Simply hangs on the wall
Expandable – from single panel to whole home solution
Effective – Prevent Damp Mould Mildew
Efficient – Directional and low cost to run
FAR Infrared Healthy Heat – The warmth of the Sun in your Home
5 Year Guarantee
Where to Use Them
Ideal for –
Home – One room or a Whole House
Warehouses – Delivery bays and work areas
Office – Single or open plan
Mobile Homes – Boats – Caravans
Yoga Studio (Traditional and Hot Yoga Sessions)
Riding Stables – Farm Buildings
Far Infrared heaters can be used anywhere you need heat.
They are ideal for all areas of the house or business.They are great for older properties with poor insulation. As they heat the fabric of the room and not just the air, they can be very effective in hard to heat rooms.
Infrared heaters are 100% efficient and can save up to 70% of your current heating costs
The size of the heater you need depends on the capacity of the room you need to heat. But, because the output of an infrared heater is multiplied by 1.6, you will get a lot more heat from a small heater.
For example, a 1000 watt infrared heater is equivalent to 1600 watt of output.
No moving parts to maintain or service
Because there are absolutely no moving parts to maintain or service, the practical life of an infrared heater is surprisingly long. There is very little that can go wrong, and no risk of overheating or any fire hazard.
Infrared heaters can be hung on walls or ceilings in minutes, using special brackets and you just simply plug into the nearest electric socket.
No building work required – installation is simple
Feeling warm and feeling cold does not actually depend on the air temperature around us. For example climbers and skiers are bathed by the sun’s infrared rays, so they don’t freeze even in very cold air.
This form of infrared heat is experienced directly on our skin and from rays also reflected by other objects that surround us (snow, stones, earth etc). When an infrared wave touches a surface, heat energy is released regardless of the air temperature.
When rays from the sun hit an object they warm it so in the same way, when radiation from an infrared heater hits an object (wall, ceiling, floor, door, ornament etc), it usually warms it. It is in fact either absorbed or reflected but infrared waves continue to radiate through a room until all their energy is absorbed and all objects have warmed up.