Energy efficiency must not be reduced to a mere saving of energy: every kWh saved brings with it a series of bonuses and for a company to invest in efficiency is a way to increase its competitiveness as well. In industrial environments a large amount of energy is consumed, useful for heating the rooms. Heating is generally on for many hours a day even in spaces where it would not be really necessary.
To reduce waste for some time, integrative technologies have become necessary which, unlike the traditional heating system, allow to maximize the heat in certain spaces.Infrared heating panels are one of these technologies. They are instruments for domestic or industrial use, which allow heating only when it is really needed. This can be achieved because the heating panels use an infrared system which, in effect, is very similar to the sun’s rays.
The sun emits a wide spectrum of electromagnetic radiation that includes visible light, ultraviolet rays and infrared rays, also called heat rays. Infrared rays (IR rays) are perceived as heat by the human body and are not visible to the eyes. Heat the bodies that strike and not the air around them. And exactly this principle is that used by infrared heating panels.
Unlike traditional heating systems that use the principle of convection, ie the transfer of heat from a high-temperature body (the heater) to a low-temperature body (the air), infrared technology acts directly on the bodies that they come into contact with the platform, allowing a pleasant sensation of instantaneous heat.Once installed, the infrared radiant panels do not require any kind of maintenance, they do not require periodical checks or checks by specialized personnel.
They are easy to install and available to everyone: simply place the platform where you prefer connecting it to a power outlet. Infrared heating panels represent the lowest consumption electric heating system that is cheaper than traditional heating systems.