Here is a quick, helpful guide on how you can use the new age of heating products. Using these smart technologies with more aesthetic value than your normal radiators as well as many other benefits you can SAVE 30% on heating your spaces.
1) How does Infrared heating work?
Infrared heaters work by converting electricity into radiant heat. The heat is the same feeling of warmth as the winter sun on your face and the heat from a coal fire. It is even the same form of heat emitted by your own body. It is the most basic form of heating known to man.
Infrared is the direct transfer of heat from the heater to the object (you and the room around you) without heating the air in between. It’s the same heat we feel from an environment warmed by the sun, and the wavelength most efficiently absorbed by the body. It is 100% safe and natural (it’s UV from the sun that is harmful, not infrared).
2) What are the benefits of Infrared Heating?
There are a lot of benefits when you use Infrared Heating. From greater heat retention to a reduced chance of allergy flare-ups, infrared heaters can do an amazing job at heating any space you can imagine.
The most important benefit however is how much less energy is required to heat the same space. Using infrared you would need only 81 Watts per square meter compared to the huge 216 watts by an average radiator. Infrared would cost you under 1.5 per hour to heat your home compared to over 2p per hour.
Another benefit of Infrared heating is that it can reduce the chance of flaring up any allergens that can circulate in the air.
3) Can Infrared Heating be used outdoors?
Yes, infrared heating can be used outdoors. Infrared heaters are commonly used in outdoor settings such as patios, decks, and outdoor dining areas to provide warmth and comfort to people in cooler weather. Outdoor infrared heaters work by emitting infrared radiation that heats objects and people directly, rather than heating the air. This allows for efficient and effective heating of outdoor spaces, even in windy or drafty conditions.
When using infrared heaters outdoors, it is important to choose a heater that is designed for outdoor use and is rated for the conditions in your area. Some outdoor infrared heaters may require a power source, while others may run on propane or natural gas. Additionally, it is important to follow all safety precautions when using outdoor infrared heaters, including keeping them away from flammable materials and ensuring proper ventilation.
4) How easy is it to use?
Infrared Heating is so easy to use. Often using simple smartphone apps and remotes as well as automated thermostats infrared heating is so easy to use for everyone.