What is an infrared heater?

What is an infrared heater?


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Answer: it is a radiator by radiation which heats the air but also the elements of the room and the people who occupy it.

The infrared heater is a radiator, which unlike conventional heaters, does not heat the air in the room, but everything around it: walls, objects, people, etc. The heat is diffused by the emission of long infrared rays. An infrared heater can take many forms, such as mirrors or paintings, making it a design object. From any point of view, the infrared heater is superior to other types of heaters. It is the most effective in diffusing heat, the most economical in terms of consumption, and the most ecological in terms of CO2 emissions. Obviously, it costs more to buy. But this initial investment is quickly offset on the electricity bill. You too, send us your brico question


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