INFRATECH Heaters - Choosing The Right Heater
Infratech has been a pioneer and leader in infrared technology for more than 50 years, offering a wide range of products for comfort heat applications.
Infratech uses the latest in manufacturing technologies to offer you the most efficient infrared systems for the lowest cost in the industry. Infratech can provide the design, engineering, controls and infrared equipment your property or facility requires.
Infratech is committed to providing high quality, innovative products that exceed our customers’ expectations.
ABOUT INFRARED ENERGY
A heated quartz element emits a safe, clean wavelength of light that is only absorbed by solid objects, transferring heat directly to a person, table or floor rather than heating the air. For this reason, infrared heat can be distributed very evenly, and will not simply “blow away” in windy or drafty conditions. Infratech medium wave quartz element heaters emit a barely discernible, pleasing glow that will not affect the ambience of your gathering – unlike competitive short-wave or halogen electric heaters that produce a very harsh glare or bright-colored light.
ENJOY CLEANER, GREENER HEAT
In today’s world, protecting our environment has become a top priority. With Infratech heaters, you can entertain outside without producing the negative environmental effects created by most gas-fired heaters or outdoor fireplaces. Traditional gas burners are often less than 50% efficient and emit carbon monoxide and other hazardous gases as a by-product of combustion and burning fuel. By contrast, our energy-efficient infrared fixtures convert over 90% of input energy directly into radiant heat, and operate for just pennies per hour. Infratech electric infrared heaters are safe for use outdoors or indoors, operate silently, emit no greenhouse gases or unpleasant odors and do not require ventilation. In addition, Infratech comfort heater components and packaging are completely recyclable.
Choosing the right heater for you:
Step 1: Determine your available space and the estimated dimensions of the mounting area you would like to heat.
Step 2: Select the heater(s) that will work both functionally and aesthetically for your space. Consider size, number, of heaters, colors, and mounting options.
Step 3: Choose the control option that works best for your desired control capabilities or budget. Options include value control installations or infinite adjustment with solid-state controls.