THE ADVANTAGES OF INFRARED HEATING
Infrared heaters or the infrared waves have a high effective depth and warm the body gently from the inside out.
SAFE & CERTIFIED
TÜV and CE quality labels are evidence of the high quality, standard processing and safety standards of our infrared heaters.
Infrared heaters provide heat at the push of a button, just when you want it or fully automatically thanks to intelligent control technology.
Infrared heaters work very efficiently - not least because of the simple and precise controllability. 100% lossless.
The use of high-quality and durable materials make the ETHERMA infrared heaters a quality product that accompanies you for a lifetime of heating.
Infrared heaters offer the highest level of comfort. No maintenance, no service, no procurement of heating materials. This saves time and costs.
THE FUTURE HEATING
In combination with PV systems and green electricity tariffs, infrared heating is the heating of the future - with the lowest investment costs.
Our infrared heaters are pioneers in terms of design and diversity - choose from a wide range of colors, outputs and applications.
WHY WE DON'T FREEZE IN THE WINTER SUN.
Have you ever asked yourself why you don't freeze on a sunny winter's day in a ski hut, even in sub-zero temperatures? This is actually the principle of infrared warmth at work. When infrared warmth hits our skin, it instantly releases a pleasant sensation of heat, and it is therefore also called "radiant warmth". ETHERMA infrared heating systems are based on this principle of direct warmth. This technology provides particularly efficient heat, saving on energy costs and reducing the generation of dust.
HOW DOES INFRARED WARMTH WORK?
On a cold, sunny winter's day, you feel cold in the hut - but take a single step into the sunshine and it is suddenly pleasantly warm, even though there has been no change in the air temperature. In a sun-drenched ski hut, the favourite places to be are the walls - why is that? Here, so-called "secondary radiation" from the warm wall increases the sensation of heat even further.
Infrared heating is based on the principle of solar radiation. Thermal radiation does not primarily warm the surrounding air. Instead, ceilings, walls, objects and humans absorb the radiant heat. The environment stores the warmth, and releases this into the room (= secondary radiation). This homogenous warming of the room creates a pleasant climate, in which losses from rising warm air (as in convection heating) are largely avoided.
Comfort does not have to be expensive
Infrared warmth provides not only direct heat, but also warms the walls, which then release the warmth again (so-called secondary radiation or the "warm walls" which you remember). An empirical investigation by Bedford and Liese provided that people feel the same degree of snugness with warm walls even when the room's air temperature drops.
SAVING ENERGY - BUT NOT CHARGEABLE TO YOUR COMFORT
The sensed temperature is even 2-3 degrees higher than the actual room temperature. The room's air temperature can thus be reduced without affecting that sense of snugness. And every degree that the air temperature drops translates to an energy saving of approximately 6%. Thus, radiant heat can save you up to 18% in energy terms.
Infrared is unhealthy?
On the contrary! The sun is the largest supplier of infrared heat
radiation. Without them, there would be no life on earth. The soothing effects of
infrared have long been recognized by medicine and the wellness industry in the
form of red light treatments and heat cabins.
ETHERMA infrared heaters have the same beneficial properties and are particularly gentle. The long infrared C waves of the LAVA® infrared heaters get under the skin and have a high depth of action.
Why pay more voluntarily?
Nautauts are perfectly insulated nowadays. This makes many traditional heating
systems oversized and uneconomic. Even after an energetic refurbishment, the
heating demand drops mostly trastically. It simply does not make sense to install
an investment-intensive "power plant" - heating and heat demand should match.
Investments in alternative systems such as infrared heating are significantly lower.
IT'S WORTH COMPARING.
Consumption cost comparisons which only take operating costs into account often conclude that heating with electricity appears more expensive than with oil and gas, due to the higher price per kWh. But if you take into account the costs associated with capital and operation, infrared heating offers significant economic advantages. If you calculate the overall cost, comprising the investment, operating and maintenance costs over 15-20 years, no heating system comes out a clear winner in terms of price.
IT'S ALL ABOUT LENGTH.
The word "infrared" (infra, lat. = beyond) makes it quite clear that we are referring to a range of electromagnetic radiation which lies beyond the red end of the visible light spectrum and is therefore free from UV radiation.
ETHERMA creates visionary technical devices to make optimum use of the highly efficient infrared radiation as a source of heat. This is why we have the right ingenious warmth solution for every wave range.
WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO HEAT?
AN ENERGY AND TECHNICAL RENOVATION CASE STUDY: HOME RENOVATION
THE INITIAL SITUATION
An 80m² home was brought up-to-date in energy terms by installing new windows. This was exactly the right time to also bring the heating system up to date.
THE ETHERMA SOLUTION
The replacement achieved the following results:
Connected load reduced from 14 kW to 5 kW
New electricity tariff "Day/Night power = 8+14"
Consumption reduced by 1500 kWh - compared to an average of 4800 kWh for the six preceding heating periods. This resulted in a sensational 31% reduction in power consumption.
"I am very pleased with the result! In addition, the reduction in consumption came with a clear increase in comfort - cozy warmth throughout the entire house. A further positive side-effect was the air quality - additional air humidification is no longer necessary", explained the enthusiastic customer.
Electric infrared heating comprises an economical alternative, as it combines a lower investment cost with a reduced heat load.