Operation methods of modern infrared radiation (IR) comparing with traditional heating methods
The task of the heating systems is to ensure people comfort heating condition, adequate to their jobs. There are many situations where the conventional methods are ineffective, uneconomic, non-ecological and expensive and heating does not reach everywhere or dissipates.
The effective solution of the majority of the problems is using TERM 2000 electric heating reflectors. They are the modern heating equipments where the short-wave infrared (IR) are the heating energy carrier of the maximum energy counted at the length of 1,2 μm and issued by the refined Gold HeLeN Philips lamps.
The energy carried by the waves is converted into the heating energy – using the absorption – only at the moment of touching with the surface on which falls. In other words, the energy arising from the heating reflector crosses without a loss the air and warms up
people and objects that are in the field of its dropping. The reflectors do not warm directly the air and the whole emitted energy goes to the receiver, giving the expected heating comfort. The air is heated then derivatively, i.e. as the result of sending energy by the previously heated surfaces.
In conventional heating systems that emit the energy withing the long and medium waves, heat is lost during the transmission for ever. Instead of heating people and objects, energy dissipates and gathers at the ceiling. Besides, such systems need usually the long pre-heating periods to reach the required temperature. Very often it takes even a day and night to heat, which raises the usage costs a lot.