This new 2-in-1 fan heater and fan TFH 2000 E is in a class by itself. With its clear aesthetic and a design modelled after a high-performance turbine, it provides plenty of heat in winter and cooling to keep hot summers at bay. As a powerful fan heater, its maximum 2,000 watt output and turbo spin technology helps keep your feet warm. And as a turbine powered source of cooling, it blows perceptibly fresher and twice as much room air as a conventional fan. What’s the secret behind this new turbo spin technology?
All the relevant facts about every single infrared heater from Trotec: From the respective heat output in watts, to the answer about which surface areas you can make cosily warm with it, to mounting options and the designated protection class. Because it is, of course, important to know whether or not a heater is waterproof, splashwater proof or absolutely rainproof. And our overview shows you which heaters have which lighting effect – up to those that emit no light at all.
A trend that perfectly suits the still quite cool time of the year. Infrared heating panels for indoor use are an elegant solution because they can be fixed to the wall like a picture to save space. That’s perfect for the ever cold bathroom and other cold corners in your flat or house. Of course, the heaters offer all the typical benefits of an infrared heater – they are thus ideally suited for allergy sufferers as well because of their clean warmth and they don’t whirl up dust.
Trotec makes your dreams come true – for example, for cosy warmth without any bothersome light emission whatsoever. That’s why our high-quality IRD dark radiant heaters are the first choice for every architecturally demanding indoor area. With their minimalistic aluminium design housing and their black radiating surface, the heaters blend in both discreetly and stylishly – whether on your private patio, an office building’s outdoor lounge or in an upscale gastronomical setting.
Together with the heat radiation, infrared heaters generally also emit an orange-red light that many find warm and cosy. However, such a competing light source can become annoying or bothersome to those who value a customised light concept. We are now able to resolve this conflict between an elaborate lighting concept and an unfortunately cold patio: Thanks to the ‘low glare’ heaters you are now able to enjoy cosy infrared heat in a pleasant candlelight atmosphere.
Infrared heaters are trendy. They produce clean warmth, are economical, maintenance-free and – if they’re from Trotec – come at an unbeatable price. Very different devices are also available for different requirements: Do you want to enjoy cosy warmth outside on your patio? Or quickly control the temperature of cool bathrooms and cold corners inside? Are any solutions available if you tend to feel bothered by infrared light? You can find answers to these and more questions in our five-part ‘Practical knowledge concerning infrared heaters’ series.
Now the old felt slippers, extra thick wool socks and scratchy blankets can be put back in the closet: The quick-heater TCH 1 E is finally available – and already on its way to our customers! For example as an additional source of heat for cold days or as a perfect heating solution in rooms that are not used very often. If you would like to have it cosy and warm in your house as well, place your order right away. We can only deliver as long as stocks last.
Hobby workshop, bathroom or caravan – small rooms like these are just right for the compact TCH 1 E rapid heater. This is because the heater impresses as a good looking and thrifty device as an additional source of heat on cold days or as the sole heating solution in rarely used rooms. The convector can also be used unattended as a frost guard. Thanks to its thermostat control, it protects water pipes from freezing up.
Winter is approaching quickly. So it’s high time for our adviser series on the subject of ‘mobile heating’. Discover which type of heater is best suited for which purpose. Under which circumstances you can also set up a heater outside your home. And how to calculate the heat output actually required based on the size of the room. Let’s start with the advantages that an ‘direct oil heater’ offers – in the coming instalments we will compare them with those of indirect oil heaters and electric heaters.