Infrarotheizung SchlafzimmerThe annual rising heating costs are increasing the search for cheaper, more effective and, if possible, healthier heating methods. Infrared heating technology, in which electricity is converted into wave heat energy, meets these needs. The right conversion method means that heating with electric infrared heaters can be very cheap!

Buying an infrared heater from Global company, also known as an infrared panel or infrared heater, means inviting miniature sun into your home. Just as the sun warms the earth by emitting heat waves, this type of heating also works: the heat waves emitted by the heating panels reach directly the walls and objects as well as the people in the room, warming and drying the walls and causing people to feel cold pleasant feeling of soothing warmth.

The advantage of this technology compared to classic convection heating is that thermal comfort is achieved at a lower temperature. This fact alone means that heating with infrared panels represents around 5-7% cost savings with a temperature reduction of just 1 degree. In addition, the lower the temperature, the higher the humidity. Therefore, the problem of dry mucous membranes disappears, especially in autumn and winter, which means our body defends itself against infections more effectively. In addition to their affordable price, infrared heaters are also an ideal solution for allergy sufferers. Due to the low proportion of convection heat, dust and other sensitizing substances are not stirred up. A friendly microclimate is naturally created in rooms where infrared electric heaters are installed.

Old tiled stove – the best comparison

The operation of infrared panels can be compared to a device with a very good reputation, namely a good old tiled stove, which was very popular over the centuries and was often used to heat rooms. Not only did it provide warmth, but it also gave the interior a cozy character that is difficult to describe. The effect was warm walls and cool, quiet, dust-free air. The oven was always placed next to the inner wall, which enabled heat waves to be distributed evenly to all walls. The heat was released so strongly that it slightly increased the surface temperature of the interior walls while the air in the room remained cool.

Studies show that when the air temperature in the tested room is increased to 50 degrees Celsius, but the walls remain cool, people who are in the room freeze; while the air temperature is 10 degrees Celsius, but the walls are heated, sweating.


  • There is no need to organize transport of fuel, unloading or provision of storage space
  • There is no need for a chimney, its maintenance and regular cleaning
  • Heating does not require the purchase of an expensive stove, which takes up a lot of space and for which you usually need separate rooms, nor the costs of maintaining it
  • Heating panels do not cause air circulation or stir up dust, making them ideal for allergy sufferers
  • Long service life of infrared heaters
  • Energy efficiency of devices
  • No maintenance costs for the IR panels
  • Unlike heating with radiators, there is no heat loss during transport, i.e. H. no transmission losses
  • No need to maintain or regularly replace transmission lines that can leak over time
  • Easy installation of infrared heaters
  • Space saving
  • Elegance and functionality of infrared panels that can fulfill not only a utilitarian function but also a decorative function

Savings effects

The most important information is that we get the best savings when we use excess (overscaled) power from heating panels – then more powerful IR heaters reach the temperature set on the thermostat faster and turn off faster. The advantage is that a one-time purchase of infrared heaters provides lifelong savings.


  • Save energy
    It consists in the fact that the wall, once dried, remains that way all the time. Therefore, the thermal conductivity through them is lower and therefore the heat requirement is lower. In addition, if the walls are warm and dry, it is possible to reduce the temperature by approx. 2°C without reducing the perceived thermal comfort. Thanks for that:
    • The difference between indoor and outdoor temperatures is smaller, chich reduces the amount of heat transported through the room;
    • Lower heat losses during air exchange, significantly less heat “escapes” through various types of openings, ventilation slots or joints. A 2°C lower temperature saves around 10-14% energy. It is not for nothing that one of the properties of our infrared electric heaters is energy efficiency.


  • Economics
    Nearly 100% efficiency, which comes from the fact that heat is consumed where it is generated. There are also no layers of air created (with conventional heating technology, warm air rises and cold air falls). The ability to adjust the temperature level in each room according to our individual needs (each room can have a different temperature, in addition to being automatically changed by programmable thermostats).
  • Ecology
    Infrared panels do not emit any pollutants and do not consume oxygen. The heat is emitted directly at the installation site of the infrared heater without having to be transferred, which reduces energy consumption.
  • Well-being / wellness
    Health benefits due to the lack of air circulation and dust, resulting in a high level of hygiene that strengthens the immune system. A pleasant feeling of warmth without breathing in swirled pollen and without drying out the air. The humidity remains higher compared to convection heating, which is particularly important in winter.

The problem of mold and fungi

In many houses and apartments there is a problem with cold and damp walls, which represent an ideal environment for the development of fungi and mold. We are often not aware of this phenomenon because mold arises in hard-to-reach places, such as behind furniture. It is worth becoming aware of the negative effects of mold on the health of household members and taking preventive measures. The heat should be distributed evenly throughout the room, including in the corners, which must under no circumstances remain cold and damp.

Convection heating is particularly conducive to the development of mold and fungi. Its principle of operation is to heat the air that accumulates in the upper parts of the room, then cools and returns to the radiator in the circulation process. The warm air under the ceiling is completely useless for us, and it also raises dust when it falls and has a negative effect on both our health and the quality of the walls. The walls closest to the radiators are constantly damp and cold, making them susceptible to mold growth and destroying the masonry. So convection heating means that we have warm and dry air in the apartment, while the walls are cold and exposed to extreme humidity.

Completely different conditions arise from heating with heat waves, i.e. the use of infrared panels. In contrast to the scheme described above, the walls are heated (which remain warm and dry for a long time, releasing the accumulated heat into the interior), as well as people and objects in a particular room. This leads to an even temperature distribution throughout the room and prevents fungal growth. We can also ventilate the apartment without having to worry about heat loss.

No mold or fungus

The use of infrared electric panels means: preventing the formation of fungi and mold in the house or apartment, creating a microclimate that has a positive effect on the immune, respiratory and autoimmune systems, and significantly reducing heating costs. We invite you to take advantage of the offer of infrared heating panels from our Global company.

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