Ceiling infrared heater
Well suited for small spaces, such as bathrooms. They can be used either separately or mounted in a Armstrong-type suspended ceiling, several pieces per cell, or bumped into a square panel. It can be used as, both the main, and additional source of heat.
The heater is a stationary device, attached to the ceiling with chains and carbines, radiating surface parallel to the floor. If necessary, it is possible to place the heater at an angle of 45 ° to the horizon.
Heat radiation from the heater with minimal loss penetrates through the air and heats solid objects, the floor. This scheme of heat transfer allows minimizing heat losses during heating of buildings, especially with high ceilings. Allows you to evenly distribute heat over the entire height of the room, due to secondary convective heat exchange, from heated objects to the environment.
After connecting the heater to the network, the heated heating element transmits the heat of the radiating panel, heating it to a temperature of 200 ÷ 250 ° C (on “TRIO” up to 300 ° C). In this case, 90% of the energy is converted into a stream of heat rays, and only 10% is spent on convective heating of the air in contact with the heater.