Just in time for the New Year’s Eve celebration on the patio, the IRD 3200 dark radiant heater is back in stock. The radiator delivers pleasant infrared warmth while dispensing with the otherwise visible and brightly shining heating tube used in conventional devices. In its elegant aluminium design housing, this radiator is, as an innovative aesthetically accomplished solution, first choice. Optimally suited for use in every attractively designed outdoor area – be it in an upscale gastronomical setting or for private use.
Which radiant heater is best for you depends on the intended use of the device on your patio. That is why we would like to conclude the last issue of the ‘Infrared radiant heaters for your patio‘ Trotec guide with an overview of Trotec’s extensive range of IR heaters. All the relevant facts about every single infrared heater at a glance: From heat output and area coverage to mounting options, lighting effect and protection class – we have exactly the right device for you!
In the second to last issue of the ‘Infrared radiant heaters for patios’ Trotec guide, the subject of safety is addressed once again. Today, we will be discussing whether you would like to use your patio IR heater under a roof or without a roof. Because if the device is exposed to all kinds of adverse weather conditions, from rain showers and wind to snow and frost, your heater should have an IP protection class that can easily withstand all these weather conditions – and still provide you with reliable heat when needed.
The subject of security is in focus in this and the next issue of the ‘Infrared radiant heaters for your patio’ Trotec guide. Today we are discussing protection against ‘overcurrent’ and how you can avoid a short-circuit. And we are examining which cases are better for you to consult a trusted electrician prior to connecting an IR heater. In the upcoming blog post, we will discuss which IP protection classes an IP heater should be equipped with for the warming kind of outdoor service it provides on your patio.
Today, the fifth issue of our ‘Infrared radiant heaters for your patio’ Trotec guide is all about money. Because if you want to enjoy the cosy warmth on your patio even in the cool evening hours from an IR radiant heater, you will have to keep an eye on – and control of – the incurred electricity costs. Nevertheless, IR heaters work and heat much more economically than many may initially believe. On the basis of an example calculation, you can very easily determine your demand, including the costs, yourself.
Welcome to the third issue of our Trotec guide regarding ‘Infrared radiant heaters for your patio’. Today, we will discuss the other advantages that IR heaters can providebesides as a supplier of cosy heat. By the way, if you missed the first two guide blogs, which were about the basics of IR heaters, no problem: Get smart later – just click on the corresponding links in the overview shown below!
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.