Heat is immediately available. No energy is wasted by heating up the air.

The wallheater is based on infrared heat. This is the heat you feel in the sun and UV is the burn you get in the sun. Infrared heat is invisible light with lots of energy. When the “light” hits an object, heat is created.

When we are near a warm source like a fire, we feel a flood of infrared light as warmth. When we walk into a hot room such as a greenhouse, heat in the warm air is transferred to our bodies, again perceived as warmth. But we don’t directly perceive ultraviolet radiation. It slams into our bodies and sometimes breaks molecules, but very little of it is converted into heat. The heat we feel from sunlight is infrared. So infrared feels hot because we sense it as heat, and because when we feel its heat, there is a lot of radiation, which makes up for its lower energy content. We don’t feel ultraviolet radiation, which is usually less abundant, at least until we get sunburn.

Use the slider to see the difference between infrared and convection heating.

Infrared heatingConvection heating

When the colder months arrive, you may find that your office gets uncomfortably chilly.

InvroHeat worked for the past 5 years to develop a heater with the lowest possible power consumption in the world. Uncompromised we succeeded to develop this unique heater which meets the high safety standards of SGS certifications. Please let us surprise you and your customers and let our product be part of your business.

When the “light” hits an object, heat is created.

Conduction – is the transfer of energy through matter from particle to particle. For example, a spoon in a cup of hot soup becomes warmer because the heat from the soup is conducted along the spoon.

Convection – Convection is the transfer of heat energy in a gas or liquid by movement of currents. (It can also happen is some solids, like sand.) The heat moves through the fluid. An example is an air conditioner heating or cooling the air in a room.

Radiation – Electromagnetic waves that directly transport ENERGY through space. Sunlight is a form of radiation that is radiated through space to our planet without the aid of fluids or solids. The energy travels through 93 million miles of space. Since there are no fluids (like air and water) in space, convection is not responsible for transferring the heat. Thus, radiation brings heat to our planet.
When radiation from Infrared heater hit an object (walls, ceilings, floors, interior objects), the rays cause molecules they strike to oscillate. In other words, all objects in a room become heaters.

Infrared is the heat you feel in the sun and UV is the burn you get in the sun.

Infrared heat is radiated heat

Infrared heat is invisible light with lots of energy. When the “light” hits an object, heat is created.
Instant: heat is immediately available. No pre-heat. No energy is wasted by heating up the air.
Focused: you can focus or direct the heat just as light.
Healthy: does not dry out the air and contains no UV.
Economical: uses less electricity than conventional household heaters.
Infrared energy is transported using radiation. It is the most effective manner in which to transport energy since you don’t lose any of the energy.
The panel bounces infrared rays all around the room, heating the objects they come into contact with, including the walls and people.

Infrared is the heat you feel in the sun and UV is the burn you get in the sun.

When we are near a warm source like a fire, we feel a flood of infrared light as warmth. When we walk into a hot room such as a greenhouse, heat in the warm air is transferred to our bodies, again perceived as warmth. But we don’t directly perceive ultraviolet radiation. It slams into our bodies and sometimes breaks molecules, but very little of it is converted into heat. The heat we feel from sunlight is infrared.
So infrared feels hot because we sense it as heat, and because when we feel its heat, there is a lot of radiation, which makes up for its lower energy content. We don’t feel ultraviolet radiation, which is usually less abundant, at least until we get sunburn.
Our heaters do not emit any UV.

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Infrared Heaters

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