Working principle of infrared heating
Infrared heating: warms the walls
The difference between infrared heating and convection heating is in the air. The main thing is that infrared heating does not heat air, but solid bodies. Thus, there is no air circulation and dust whirling is thus avoided.
A mixture of functionality and design
Conventional heaters are yesterday's news because...
- Humid air condenses on the walls, forms mold and destroys the masonry
- Circulating room air swirls up dust
- Temperature differences in the room promote drafts
- Energy and power efficient heat
Health benefits of warm walls
Colder air to breathe is far healthier than warmer air - just think of a relaxing winter walk!
With "thick air" you need to ventilate more often and this also implies a loss of energy - literally not only the money goes out the window here, but also the heat. This is not the case with infrared heat, because here the walls are heated instead of the air. In addition, warm air that condenses on a cold wall (corner) can result in harmful mold growth.
The advantages of Redwell infrared heating
Advantages of Redwell infrared heating
- Objects and walls remain dry and give off heat
- Infrared heat has a positive effect on people
- Inexpensive to purchase and energy-saving in operation
Physiological advantages of infrared heating
- With the heating of the room, inventory and the human body, a heat reservoir is created.
- Energy can be stored longer - great energy saving potential!
- When the desired temperature is reached, the heating element turns off until the storage tank must be refilled again
Infrared heating is radiant heat - so there is no air circulation and dust whirling. The air temperature remains cooler than the wall temperature and this is a great advantage from the health point of view.
From the presentation by Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Claus Mei