Luminous Infra-red Gas Heaters

  • Above-average energy efficiency due to infrared radiation
  • Long technology service life due to high quality materials
  • Uniform heating generating natural heat
  • High modularity creates the ability to heat specific areas
  • Space-saving and quick installation without production restrictions
  • Short warming up time in a matter of minutes
  • No noise, drafts, or dust swirls

How does it work?


Like all our technologies, heating is also inspired by natural forces. Rays radiating from the Sun penetrate atmosphere without significantly heating the air and supply the heat energy after the impact on the surface of the object. This principle is also used by FAIRAIR heaters. Infrared radiation heats the air indirectly by increasing the radiant temperature. Rays of radiation strike the employees' skin, floor, machines, materials and other objects. Surfaces absorb heat energy that dissipate it into the environment while they heat up. The result is a pleasant air temperature together with an ideal perceived temperature for the highest comfort of employees.

1. Elimination of the stratification effect (Up to 18% savings) - Warm air tends to rise to the ceiling, the physical effect we all know. Because infrared heating heats the surfaces, the amount of heated air is reduced to a minimum as well as heat escaping to the top of the building.

2. Nearly zero heat transfering losses (Up to 30% savings) - The higher is the temperature difference between two media, the more energy consumption is required to even the temperature. Thanks to targeted infrared radiation, irrelevant surfaces, which absorb a significant amount of heat inside the building are not heated. Since these surfaces usually transfer cold temperature from the outside environment (walls, floors, roof, doors, windows), it is cost inefficient to heat them.

3. Short reaction and warm up times (Up to 9% savings) - Central systems use media such as water to transfer heat. Water heating is consuming considerable amount of energy and time while infrared heating works immediately from the start and is fully operational in a few minutes. While operational, the radiators are continuously controlled for a constant level of comfort.

4. Zero distribution losses (Up to 8% savings) - Heat distribution losses of centralized systems are caused by long distribution channels and transfer stations. Decentralized infrared heating converts primary energy into radiant heat directly, without the need of distribution.

5. Zone heating (Up to 13% savings) - Decentralized system allows to heat the whole hall as well as specific zones. The lamps can be individually switched off as needed, resulting in heating areas only where it is necessary.

6. Smart temperature regulation (Up to 14% savings) - Centralized systems usually have a large energy reserve and are therefore inefficient. Modular decentralized system ensures adequate adaptation to real thermal building requirements.

7. Heat loss reduction (Up to 32% savings) - Typically not every part of the building needs to be heated. Heat leakage can be prevented using effective use of isolation. Infrared lamps are perfectly isolated and use heat ray reflectors made of polished stainless steel resulting in radiation of heat only where it is needed.

Independent Comparison of Different Types of Heating

 

Infrared heater DC


The DC model has a double row of ceramic plates where combustion of a mixture of gas and air occurs. Plates are heated to temperatures close to 1000 C. The heated ceramic emits infrared radiation that is directed by the reflector from polished stainless steel. The DC model features reinforced side panels with several possible heat outputs from 22 to 64 kW. High performance guarantees excellent efficiency even when installed at high altitudes and also in windy conditions. Security is ensured by an automatic electronic system regulating ignition and combustion.

USE

Suitable for heating large industrial buildings and warehouses, sports halls and ice rinks or poorly isolated buildings.

Working Gas: Natural Gas or LPG

 

Infrared heater DC ECO


DC eco technology is a smaller variant of the DC model with a single row of ceramic plates. The lightweight technology is easy to install and has a very long service life. The model is suitable for almost all types of objects. As a result, it offers highly efficient infrared heating and high variability for low purchase costs.

USE

Suitable for smaller industrial and non-industrial objects or well isolated buildings.

Working Gas: Natural Gas or LPG

 

Infrared heater DM


This radiant heater is distinguished by the piezoelectric ignition which allows this technology to operate without power supply. The DM model is best for heating specific zones by directing the radiant heat flow with use of elongated dishes of polished stainless steel. Ignition occurs manually using the Thermo-couple safety system.

USE

In industrial buildings for heating specific zones without electricity supply.

Working Gas: Natural Gas or LPG

 

Infrared heaters ST, MD


A compact and highly efficient radiator with a protective net and comfortable handles is an ideal repositionable solution for heating smaller zones such as work stations or rooms. Technological range of ST & MD models can use gas bottles, therefore, it does not need a pipe gas supply nor electric current.

USE

Small industrial buildings, workshops.

Working Gas: Natural Gas

Technical Specifications

Natural HVAC Systems