Infrared Electroheating

Most conventional heating systems do emit some infrared waves. For example, if you have ever sat near an open fire, you will have felt the
heat on your face. Then when you put your hand in front of your face, this stops the infrared hitting your face directly; instead you will
feel your hands get warm. This is infrared.

Infrared heating is a fairly recent addition to the domestic and commercial heating scene. It is emitted from the heater, which then
travels unimpeded through the air until it hits an object. The object absorbs the radiation, causing molecules within it to vibrate,
producing heat.

Infrared space heaters work silently since they don't use a fan - they just radiate light! They're great for noise-sensitive environments
such as bedrooms.

Hot coils are wrapped over the heat source so heat is transferred evenly. The heat is reflected by a polished metal so it extends out for
several yards, creating a gentle, comfortable source of warmth.

Infrared heaters are also actually "healthier" than other heaters since they do not reduce humidity or oxygen content in the room. Other
heaters can dry out your sinuses and skin, as well as cause static electricity.

Since these heaters produce the same type of heat as the sun, you can enjoy the benefits of natural sunlight without the dangerous effects
of UV radiation. The infrared heat will even promote healthier blood circulation.