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Infrared Heating Panels Target Improved Energy Efficiency
Saiterm has developed a new infrared heating technology that can to reduce energy consumption by up to 50%. Based in Amsterdam, the “SPRING” infrared heating system will radically change the way occupants will feel warm in the future.
Infrared heating keeps people warm by creating the warmth of the sun on your face. Unlike gas or electric systems that produce air currents, “SPRING” transforms every single watt of energy by heating people directly. When the body absorbs infrared heat, it increases blood circulation and improves the immune system by reducing inflammation and joint pain.
From a technical point of view, there are different types of infrared rays, which are divided into bands of wavelengths from 0.01 mm (long wave) to 0.0008 mm (short wave). Halogen and quartz lamps use "short wave" bands and release intense light that is potentially harmful to the eyes.
Therefore, Saiterm has focused exclusively on long-wave infrared heating products according to the Council Directive 2006/25, and all their infrared panels emit thermal energy in full compliance with European legislation.
Saiterm's panels release heat evenly and gently, making the home environment extremely comfortable. When you install “SPRING” panels, the air temperatures will rise gradually, facilitating better breathing and concentration, and crucially, the perceived room temperature will be 2 or 3 degrees higher than the one detected.
The “SPRING” infrared panels of size 1200 mm x 600 mm require only 460 watts of power to reach over 85 ° C, thus achieving the best ratio between energy consumption and heat emission available. Compared to traditional gas and electric heating, “SPRING” offers substantial homeowners energy savings and is also cheaper than the more efficient rival models, as, even compared to underfloor heating, which is on average 236% more expensive to manage.
Salvatore Morale, CEO of Saiterm, spoke about the eco-benefits of the infrared: “SPRING” is the most efficient heating system in the world, and I believe that infrared technology allows homeowners to reduce energy costs and protect the environment at the same time. Embracing the “SPRING” infrared technology, the world can live and work in maximum comfort respecting the atmosphere of the planet."
Available for domestic and commercial properties, “SPRING” will be sold in different sizes and can be controlled remotely from a smartphone, tablet and thermostat. The owners can easily install the device on a wall or ceiling, as it does not require piping or maintenance, making it an economical and ecological heating solution for homes and businesses, new or to be restored, or to improve the comfort of a single room.