Infrared heating films
Efficiency and safety
Infrared heating systems operate using appropriate electromagnetic wavelengths. For home heating, infrared heating films emit radiation at temperatures ranging from 5 to 100 degrees Celsius. This radiation is quickly absorbed by water particles, rapidly heating bodies in rooms heated by infrared heating systems. This radiation is safe and healthy– for example infrared lamps are found in physiotherapy and cosmetology facilities.
What is an infrared heating film?
Infrared heating films are becoming increasingly popular due to the many benefits they offer. Infrared heating systems work as compact floor, ceiling or wall heating options in the form of an extremely thin heating film (0.4mm) made of laminated carbon fibres. It’s installation does not raise the floor or interfere with any other structural elements of the house.
Their many high-tech layers mean that the quality and efficiency of the heat provided by infrared heating films cannot be matched by alternative heating systems.
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Catalogue of infrared heating films
HP-APN-410 heating foil
The basic infrared heating foil used in almost every system.
HP-APN-405 heating foil
A narrow heating foil for accurately covering small areas or filling in fragments when the basic foil is too wide.
HP-APN-403 heating foil
The narrowest heating foil used for precise finishing.
Additional products and accessories
(for rooms with high humidity).
Electric multicore cable with a cross-section of 2.5mm used for connecting elements of the heating system with each other.
A special adhesive tape (resistant to temperature) for mounting heating films and other system components.
Tape for insulating the ends of heating foils.
Mounting clips for connecting heating foils to the electric circuit.
Tape for insulating heating foil wires.