Just Like Nature, So It Makes Sense
Infrared is a completely different and more efficient technology than the old forced-air idea. Infrared has been in use for over 60 years. In simple terms, Infrared is a man-made version of the sun without the one UV ray that can damage the skin. Just as the sun heats mass, Infrared does the same, heating objects, surfaces and people.
How Does It Work?
Since Infrared heats anything with a sufficient amount of mass, (floors, vehicles, machinery, tools, tables, benches, people, etc.) it provides and keeps warmth and comfort at the lower level of the room or area where it should be, offering the greatest benefit without affecting humidity. Once mass is heated, it retains that heat for a long period of time. When "heating" with forced-air, it must be done over and over again since warm air rises quickly and is very inefficient and provides little true comfort or lasting benefit to the occupants. Warm air rises, but heat can travel in any direction. Heat will always flow toward the cold to equalize a temperature difference. With forced air wasted energy and warmth are at the ceiling.
Clean, Quiet, Non-Combustible and Maintenance Free
Another advantage with Infrared heat is that there is no blowing air, thus no dust, dirt or air contaminants - clean, quiet and healthy. And humidity is not affected. Plus, you can zone as many rooms or areas as you want with our products. They also take up no mechanical room space and are affordable and easy to install. And they're all UL listed.
Where Can it be Used?
Infrared heat is suitable for residential and commercial appplications.
Here are just a few of the uses >
Residential > Garages - Workshops - Storage Areas - Patios
Commercial > Warehouse - Maintenance - Manufacturing - Assembly - Printing
Auto/Body/Paint Shops - Woodworking - Machine Shops
Wastewater and Water Treatment Plants - Small Aircraft Hangars
Animal Kennels - Agricultural
Loading Docks - Inside Dock Prep Areas
Outdoor Patios / Dining Areas - Open Air Sports Boxes
Martial Arts Studios - Hot Yoga Studios
Hard to Heat - High Heat Loss Areas
Any areas that need to be kept above freezing
What is Infrared Heat?
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