Optimised functional principle, maximum efficiency

The latest development is based on an almost indestructible glass fibre plate from aerospace engineering. Hence, the functional principle is optimised in such a way that with only about 850 Watts consumed power at least the same effect is achieved as with about 1200 Watts using conventional technology.

The advantage of an energy-saving infrared heater: unlike convection heating, it does not have to heat up and circulate the air, but warms people, objects and surfaces directly by means of infrared radiant heat. Demandbased temperature control by means of room thermostats enables time-independent heating; therefore electricity is only used when heat is actually required.

Functional principle: the heat distributes itself very evenly through the fi ne conductors on the heating plate.