When installing:

It does not matter whether a new building, a change of building, or a reconstruction – heating with thermal waves can, in any case, be carried out at a small cost, because it does not require virtually any construction – technical preparatory work. Only pre-prepared 230 V connection – socket, or direct cable connection. Heating units can be installed conventionally in existing spaces (e.g. under a window), up to half the height of the room as decorative wall design, or in a convenient way on the ceiling (no furniture restrictions).

When installing, you will be interested in:

  • installation speed
  • the installation of infrared panels in a standard family house does not take longer than one day
  • the complexity of construction intervention
  • the difficulty of installing the infrared panels is equal to the problem of hanging the luminaire

Room climate:

  • the feeling of „tile stove heat.“
  • without swirling air and dust
  • no loss of oxygen and humidity
  • no heat stratification
  • fast temperature adjusted
  • dry walls, no formation of condensate and mould

At operating costs

The heat is transferred directly to the heated bodies within reach without a mediator. This essential difference compared to convection transfer, where we first heat the heat carrier, i.e. air, saves the energy needed to create a pleasant climate for humans. All bodies then function as a secondary heat source. And since the system does not contain any heat pipes, pipes, boiler rooms or chimneys – there are no heat losses for these reasons. This saves 30-50% of energy compared to conventional heating. Another saving is caused by the fact that at an air temperature lower by 3-4 ° C with infrared heating, we achieve a comparable feeling of warmth than with conventional. Reducing the air temperature by 1 ° C saves 5 – 6% of energy.

The EkoTherm infrared heating system is maintenance-free. It does not contain any moving parts or liquid cartridges. After purchase, you will be given a 5-year warranty against product defects. The service life of conventional heating systems is 15 – 20 years.

The lifespan of our system is more than 30 years.

Lasting values and environmental protection

In the past, on the one hand, humanity has taken more raw materials from the environment than at the same time nature could create (e.g. oil) and, on the other hand, burdened the environment with waste. Heatwave heating, in this sense, embodies an ecological, environmentally friendly and solar-associated form of heating. In this way, everyone can contribute, through personal decision, to the protection of the environment.