Infrared heating – the technology of the future
Infrared rays also form part of the invisible light rays of sunlight, the far infrared rays belong to the range of light rays with a wavelength between 5 and 1000 microns.
There are many uses for infrared radiation today. Among other things, they are used in short-range wireless communication (see TV remote control), military technology, astronomy, infrared photography, and one of the ranges of infrared radiation is used for heating, called far-infrared radiation.
This is the range of radiation that, when penetrated 3-5 cm deep into the human body, increases the vibration of the molecules there (heats up the given area). The complex beneficial effect on the human body is also due to this property.
What are these beneficial effects?
- Because it radiates at the same wavelength as the human body, this heating technology brings natural, well-being to the human body.
- Because it does not primarily heat the air but bodies and objects, it does not dry the air. Proven antibacterial.
- Thanks to this technology, water logging and mold can be avoided.
- Because it does not heat the air, there is no dust, thus avoiding a host of asthma or other respiratory illnesses.
Installation of the JOBBFOLIA system
By being a technology that can be installed almost anywhere inside the property, we can install it very easily and quickly. We can also talk about floor, ceiling or wall heating. The system developed with this technology can be made easily and quickly, and it is extremely economical.
An additional advantage of infrared heating is that it can be used with any cover.
It can be installed either in the wall, above the ceiling or in the floor. Whether parquet, carpet, tile or stone covering the floor, this heating will still provide the maximum.
While the design of any other heating technology can be extremely time consuming and can take up to weeks due to the design of radiators or heating pipes, the installation of JOBBFÓLIA can be solved in 1-2 days for a 100 m2 property.
The investment cost is thus lower, as professionals do not have to be paid for a moment.
Heat distribution for infrared heating and conventional heating systems.
A cooler floor or wall surface or a constant flow of air can further impair our comfort.
In the case of infrared heating, due to its operating mechanism, an even heat distribution is achieved.
It primarily heats solid bodies instead of air and later these bodies transfer heat in the form of heat radiation – without a transmission medium – to the air in the room.
The warmth coming from all directions provides a pleasant feeling of warmth.