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Infrared heating or the infrared heaters are available in various sizes, wattages and application options. For example, AAA-ECO BV offers you heaters that are available for indoor or indoor and outdoor use in the power range from 1300 to 2600 Watt. If you are looking for sustainable solutions for industrial applications, please feel free to contact us


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AAA-ECO Infraredheater + 1300W

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AAA-ECO Infraredheater 2600W

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 Different types of heaters As

far as an infrared heater is concerned, there are 2 main groups that make a distinction. You have infrared heaters with visible light and without visible light. Because the heating sources used have different properties, the application will also be different in certain situations. Within the 2 main groups there are also mutually distinct properties. You have different types of heating elements, Low-Glare and Ultra-Low-Glare lamps. You also have No-Glare lamps (without light)


No-Glare lamps (without light)

Equipped with ceramic heating elements (so no lamps), these infrared patio heaters emit no light at all. In the dark you can see that the ceramic elements glow a bit, but it cannot be called light. The ceramic element can reach a temperature of up to 600 degrees Celsius. This means that a good heat radiation can be felt up to 5 meters away.

Low-Glare lamp (short wave)

The Low-Glare lamps have several advantages. These infrared heaters have a short wave, which means that it does not heat the room but the objects. You will immediately feel the heat from the heater when you turn it on. The heater emits a low light output, but maximum heat radiation. The heat will hardly blow away with the Low-Glare lamp, because wind has little influence on the heat intensity of the patio heater.

Ultra-Low-Glare lamp

The Ultra-Low-Glare has a short wave which means that it does not heat the room but the objects in the room. The Ultra-Low-Glare lamps have a 90% light reduction. Which means that it will radiate enough. These lamps also give off a nice warmth, so sitting outside is no problem.
 

Advantages of a heater

When spring and summer come again, you want to make use of the nice weather and sit on your terrace for as long as possible. Enjoy the beautiful summer evenings longer and make use of our efficient patio heater, which of course cannot be missed. Such a patio heater on your patio has several advantages, namely:
• A patio heater provides more comfort, so that you can sit in the garden a lot longer in the evening. This way you can enjoy the outside air a little longer even at lower temperatures.
• A patio heater also creates more atmosphere in your garden, our stylish infrared heaters give off a beautiful glow. These heaters will not look out of place in your interior.
• Another advantage of a patio heater is that you can heat more economically. With an electric heater you can heat even more efficiently. That way you don't pay much for electricity:

Optimal use of the heater

Make optimal use of your heater and ensure a good suspension height. Of course you do not want that if you have already hung the heater that you do not feel any heat. The following rules are generally used for this.
• Infrared heater with 1300 to 1500 Watt: hang it at about 2.10 meters from the floor.
• Infrared heater with ± 2000 Watt: to be mounted at about 2.50 meters from the floor.
• Infrared heater with ± 3000 Watt: mount it at about 2.70 to 3 meters from the floor.

Costs for a heater?

How much electricity does an infrared heater still use? That of course depends on the energy label of the device. Each heater consumes a certain number of Watts per hour. Suppose your heater uses 1 kWh per hour and the lamp is switched on for five hours in the evening, the calculation will be as follows:
5 x 0.22 cents = 1.1 euros.
It then costs € 1.10 to switch on the heater for 5 hours.

Which heater do I need?

You wonder which heater you need for where you want to use it. Are you looking for an infrared heater for under a patio cover that can be largely closed off? Then it is best to choose an infrared heater without light (no-glare). This gives slightly less direct heat. If you have a terrace or a roof that cannot be closed, it is better to choose the Low-Glare or Ultra-Low-Glare infrared heater.

Did you also know that we have a Design Theater in our range? This solution by means of infrared heating is extremely suitable for receptions or a lounge, for example. You heat the room in a useful way (local heating, where you want e


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