Why Should We Choose Infrared Heating

Infrared Heating Introductions

What is Infrared Heating

New Technology changes your life and makes it better

Sun-like Warmth

Have you ever touched a surface warmed by the sun on an early spring day and felt a pleasant warmth, even when a thermometer indicates cold? The principal behind Infrared heating lies in understanding how the sun rays work.


Heat Like the Sun

Infrared heating works by directly heating walls, floors, things located in a room and a human body, instead of heating the air. Then heated objects release their heat into the environment. It’s just like the Sun warms us.


Infrared Infrared Heating Panel Works

You might remember that infrared light isn’t visible because it’s beyond the spectrum we can see. The heat is a product of light that is invisible to our eyes. The reason we get warm from an infrared heater is because our skin and clothes or other objects absorb the light.


It Heats Friendly

The Infrared heating acts directly and that means it does not require any contact such as air currents to carry the heat. The heat is accumulated by the structure of a building and things in the room and then slowly released in to the air. Give you a comfortable environment.

Advantage of Infrared Heating

Cold feet and hot heads are no longer a problem

Energy Saving

Can convert about 90% of the electricity into the actual heat with minimal energy loss. Saves up to 50% on energy costs, uses less energy than conventional heaters.

Healthy to People

Prevents mould growth, beneficial for people with health such as asthma or bronchial ailments. Improves blood circulation, metabolism and immune system.

Friendly to Environment

Using harmless, clean, healthy and incredibly economical electromagnetic waves. Does not cause air movement that produces dust. No CO2. No materials humful.


Choice of Colours, Finishes and Sizes. Can be design with your favourite pictures. It saves space, modern and good-looking. It combines heating and decoration.

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