The technology

The use and development of infrared heating is the innovative idea on which we work always.

The primary goal of technology is marking a turning point in the conception of domestic heating systems using the heat given off by the invisible infrared light, used by classical medicine to treat many physical disorders.

Through the use of our patented, and unlike conventional convection systems, not the surrounding air of the radiator to be heated; are the surfaces within a room to be irradiated and, in turn, spread the warmth.

Radiant wall panels Celsius, heat evenly and homogeneous environments and objects. Control and maintain a constant relative humidity, do not burn oxygen, they are economical and ecological. Also comply with all European standards and are ideal for civil and industrial heating.

The structure of the panel

The infrared radiant panels Celsius were carefully designed and patented; they are composed of two hardened glasses joined together with a thin film made of noble materials, appropriately shaped, assembled and fed. The thin film inserted into Celsius panel can develop utmost safety 8.5 ?m Infrared waves (infrared wavelength-frequency C at low temperature) over the entire surface.

The panel heats up both sides front and behind; for this reason, at the rear are located the air heatsinks in aluminum, which make it possible to exploit the convective motion. We arrive to exploit the heat to 100%.

Each heater is equipped with an electronic control unit that allows an easy and efficient programming.
The technical assembling under vacuum allows a very high degree of mechanical and electrical protection. All panels undergo a treatment of rigid test which tests all the features of the materials used.

Celsius is used successfully as a low-power electric heating in apartments, offices, hospitals, shops, salons, therapeutic thermal cabins, greenhouses etc. It has also been used for equipment of the expeditions in the Himalayas.

How does our radiant infrared panel work?

According to the first law of thermodynamics, heat spreads from areas with higher temperature to areas with lower temperature.

The passage of heat occurs by conduction, convection or radiation.

The force that enables this process is the difference in temperature.

The mechanisms that allow the passage of heat, such as convection and radiation are appropriate to environmental warming.

How to heat a room? In infrared radiation heating, heat is transferred at first, to objects and secondly to the surrounding air; there are two heating mechanisms in action independent of each other:

1. Heating by irradiation

Unlike convection, heat transfer by radiation is direct, there is no other intermediate element.

2. Heating by insulating action of surrounding air

Thanks to the insulating action of heating the surrounding air the spontaneous heat loss of a body is prevented through the surrounding temperature increases. This reduces the temperature difference between the human body and the environment.

In order to evaluate objectively the effectiveness of one method of heating, it is useful to examine what are the effects which it produces on the surrounding environment. Among the different variables, the relative humidity and air flows are two effects produced by heating.

The relative humidity (RH) plays an important role in achieving a pleasant comfort, this sense of well-being depends on being able to more or less easy perspiration that exist within the environment in question, if it increases the relative humidity, the air absorbs less steam. Moreover, the still air (not current) absorbs less moisture than the air moving.

Moisture will remove heat from the body. For water evaporation heat is required. With perspiration the body is subtracted the amount of heat needed to maintain thermal equilibrium.