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Infrared heating panels

Modern heating technology with an appealing design

No matter what the outside temperature: have a good time inside your own four walls by choosing the products of the ComfortTemp series to establish the optimal feel-good temperature in your living spaces – anywhere and anytime.

The infrared heating panels of the TIH series combine the latest heating technology and a sophisticated design. Whether used as additional heating in the hobby room, in the fitness room, in the bedroom or in the living room: no other heating solution heats more efficiently.

With a maximum efficiency of 100 %, the entire energy input is converted into heat output. Unlike alternative heating solutions, which first heat up the air and then distribute it throughout the room, this infrared heating panel works on the principle of the most natural heat source: the sun.

The heat is generated by infrared radiation and transported directly onto the skin via light waves, and thus creates a noticeably agreeable heating effect – without producing any noises or unpleasant smells and without requiring a warm-up phase.

Conspicuous or inconspicuous? That's up to you. Due to its flat design, the TIH heating panel can hide almost invisibly in the background, or it can be individualized and thus become the eye-catcher of any room. At first sight, the heater is not recognizable as such. With appropriately glued-on motifs, the heater becomes a wall-mounted piece of art, with enormous inner values.

Calculation of power requirements for rooms with ceiling heights of up to 2.5 m Insulation quality of the rooms
good to very good medium not insulated/old building
1 outer wall 50 W/m² 70 W/m² 90 W/m²
for each additional outer wall +10 W/m² +10 W/m² +10 W/m²
The required infrared heating power is calculated as follows: room size in m² x W/m² = required heating power in watts. Sample calculation: For a room of 10 m² with very good insulation quality and two outer walls (50 W/m² + 10 W/m²), the recommended power requirements are 10 m² x 60 W/m² = 600 W.

This is how infrared heating works in interior spaces

This is how infrared heating works in interior spaces

Infrared rays cannot heat up the room air directly but they heat up all objects inside the room, which will then permanently emit the stored thermal energy into the room, similar to a tiled stove.

In contrast to classical convection heatings, this indirect heating method thus warms up objects instead of directly warming up the room air. The latter cannot, in principle, store the warmth itself, but can only transport them to objects, which entails high energy losses on the one hand and, on the other hand, causes dust circulation which can be completely avoided when using an infrared heating.