Infrared glass heater with 210 watts
Because the glass radiator is heated with infrared radiant heat, less the air in the room rather the objects that are in the room, the human body included, are heated. All this is made possible by the principle of solar radiation. The area, which has stored the heat gives by and by then the heat back to the room in the air and you get a nice comfortable climate.
Glass heaters have also still the property that the efficiency of heat radiation is very high and the heat will be stored without being in the material released directly into the environment.
The infrared heater is mounted throughout the room, be it on the wall or on the ceiling, it adapts perfectly to your design ideas. Furthermore, the heater has a very elegant design and quality manufacturing of high quality materials, the highest quality, which is particularly noticeable in the art. The life of a glass heating is virtually unlimited and the heating elements are almost free from wear.
Allergic feel comfortable too with the infrared radiator, because the dust is not stirred up or burned.
It can be used not only as a complete heating system or full heating, but also as additional heating, partial heating or transition heating. By applying radiant heat also protect your wallet, because you can thereby save up to 60% in energy costs compared to conventional heating systems, because the devices have a very good energy efficiency.
|Dimensions:||600 x 400 x 15 mm|
|Weight:||ca. 5 kg|
|Power supply:||230 V / 50 Hz|
|Degree of protection:||IPX4 (splashproof)|
|Heated room size:||2 - 3 sqm|
If you can not decide between two heating capacities, we advise you to take the increased heat output. So that you do not necessarily have a higher energy consumption, since the desired temperature is reached faster and the thermostat can downshifts or switch off the heating earlier. If your walls should not be as well insulated as you thought or the outside temperature lie over a long period below freezing you therefore remains also a safety reserve of heating power.