What is Infrared Heating?

Convection Heating vs Infrared Heating

Convection

  • Heats air, which circulates upwards, with low heat retention
  • Slow response heat-up times
  • Quick heat loss from draughts
  • Circulates dust (inc. 'organics') which have health drawbacks
  • Encourages Mildew formation
  • Radiators take up valuable space, especially in new-build developments

Infrared Heating

  • Quickly Heat only objects and people in a room
  • No dust circulation which has a number of health benefits, including no mildew or damp
  • Infrared Heating is 16-32% more energy efficient than gas boilers/ electric convection heaters
  • Easy, low-cost install, aesthetically pleasing and space saving
  • Improved comfort factor (~3c) and consistent temperature (no draughts)
100% Natural Heating

Health & Wellbeing Benefits

  • Infrared Heating removes damp from buildings, thus avoiding the formation of mould, fungus and other bacteria that contribute to ill health
  • Because Infrared Heating does not create air flows, the technology does not carry dust, pollen and alllergens around the home which is very beneficial for health
  • Infrared is biologically the most significant (60%) form of heat in our sense of comfort. Convection represents only 15% of our feeling of comfort
The Benefits to Buildings Are Clear

Cost & Space Saving

Alongside the sustainability & health benefits to human beings, Infrared Heating has significant advantages to buildings
  • Damp Homes are a Health Hazard
  • Damp in Buildings damages the material and Decor
  • Damp Homes cost more to heat in the short & long-term
  • Infrared Heating does not cause condensation which damages buildings
  • Infrared Heating Reduces existing Damp in buildings
  • 2DHeat Infrared Heating Panels Need Limited Maintenance & Support

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