Infrared heaters

Similar to the sun, short-wave infrared radiation heats the objects without heating the air. Once objects (or walls) are penetrated with heat, they can also reradiate and heat other objects. Infrared radiation heats through fog or wind. Infrared radiation runs straight, on the contrary hot air fl ows upwards.

Infrared heaters are an excellent solution for:

Heating objects, bodies or walls indoors and outdoors.

Drying plaster walls. Infrared heat penetrates the wall and evaporates the humidity of the wall from inside. On the contrary an airfl ow heater creates a dry surface which traps the humidity into the wall.

Heating objects or limited indoor spaces. On the contrary hot air is quickly disperded in the room.

Saving energy, because less energy is required for achieving the same heating eff ect.