Why IR heaters better?
Body shop benefits:
How to heat a garage very fast, to save money, to dry floor, and to clean mold on the walls?
You can try a couple different ways .
First, you can turn on a kerosene heater, and in 2-3 hours the temperature of the air will be around 25C , meanwhile the temperature of the walls and floor will be around 20C. As a result you will have dry air in the garage. You can resolve this problem by ventilation, and then it is necessary to warm up the garage. Another problem is power. You need to use at least 3.5kW . Some, but not all, garages are designed to use high power.
Second, you can warm up the garage by using a new Bilux infrared heater with an open heating element. Bilux heaters supply heat directly to the floor and walls and make them up to 25-30C warm. Floor, walls and other objects re-radiate energy of the warmth that is felt in the surrounding air.
Bilux has manufactured, marketed and produced its first heater system in August 2012
We can offer next models
There are no need to heat all body shop zones at the same time. By using electrical infrared heaters you can make a comfortable temperature in the working zone, while the other units of the workshop can be kept cold, or by using a termo-regulator the temperature can be adjusted and kept constant. To make micro-climate in the garage / body shop, you can use Far Infrared Heaters. They are Bilux B1350 and Bilux P200. The estimated life span of ceiling mounted heaters is not less than 25 years.
For product details, purchasing and availability call our specialists.
P.S. Our Goal is to make comfortable temperature for working in different areas of the body-shop / garage.
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Author: Olga Smith
How does IR radiation work?
What is Vital Rays?
The infrared long wave radiation sometimes is called Vital rays due to their beneficial effect on the human body.
Infrared long wave radiation – rays of life
The invisible to the eye portion of sunlight spectrum is called infrared light, which often is called the rays of life. That is due to the remarkable quality of rays of life which is physically known as long wave infrared radiation to penetrate deep into the skin and create sense of comfort and warmth. You can bask safely in the rays of long wave infrared radiation for a long time with no harm to the skin. Safety of the infrared heat is confirmed by its use even for newborn babies in maternity clinics.
Vital rays – rays of life. Such a name for the infrared radiation stuck to it due to scientific researches around the World which have reported definite exclusively positive effect on human body. Numbers of publications in USA by Mikkel Aaland, investigations conducted by Dr. Masao Nakamura of the O & P Medical Clinic in Japan have reported the health benefits attributed to infrared rays of life.
Advantages and benefits of the infrared rays’ usage
How does infrared radiation work?
Infrared radiation penetrates the human body up to 1 ½” in depth and heats the skin, muscles, bones, joints and tissue. The application of radiation leads to improvement of blood circulation, metabolism hastening, immune system activation and strengthening. The tissues of the body absorb more oxygen. Infrared waves accomplish full detoxification of the human body. According to physics law, when mercury, lead or dioxins get into water they “are held” by the water molecules. The same occurs with toxins if they get into human body. The build up of toxins in the body can block the normal blood circulation and impair the cellular energy causing health deterioration.
Under the impact of the rays of life the water molecules that encapsulate the toxins get heat up, start to vibrate, and toxic materials are released. The heating leads to expansion of blood vessels, and harmful substances can get out of the body with urine or sweat.
Every single day of life of contemporary individual is filled not only with positive emotions. His life is under the press of the incredible pace of activities and stresses. That can result in body exhaustion. You need to help yourself to increase the total body tone and prevent diseases.
Author: Demetrius Davis
Why should we heat the yachts?
What is the right way to heat the yacht?
Yachts – heating perspectives
Can you see rapid changes going on in the world around us? We travel a lot now and enjoy every new entertainment on holidays. The best are vacation adventures at sea. And we often regret that the boating season is short. But we not only may we have to extend it longer! And it can be realized easily using a flexible heating system, which may be at service even during summer, while nights are cool.
Choosing a heating system for your vessel
Heating equipment for boats or yachts can be divided into two groups: local (suitable for one cabin or location) and zonal (designed to heat two or more locations). As in any other engineering field there are the great number technological solutions: from very simple – the heaters made from the old type kerosene lamps to central heating systems with individual thermostatic control from each cabin or suite on big ships. But the majority of such heating systems burn down a large amounts of the air in cabins during operation and need installation of an air extractor (alcohol and gas-fired heaters). Other types of heating system are very energy consuming (convective ventilation) or very expensive and require the vessel design change. Certainly you may install widely known potbelly stove in your boat if you decide to spend vacation on the water in northern latitudes.
Innovations in heating
Innovative approach to heating should be understood as do it “infrareddish”.
The system under consideration may be called universal. It can be used both as local (for heating of specified cabin or location) and zonal. Anyone can easily install the heater himself. In other systems the air around is heated up and streams of the warm air climb up inside of enclosed space, distribute itself around and warm up the people and other objects inside. Infrared heater does not require “mediator” because it heats not the air but people and the objects which stay under its rays. Infrared waves are in fact the light which can’t be seen by the human eye. It’s very similar to the effect of Sun transmitting its rays. As if you were warming yourself under the Sun. The energy is not wasted on useless heating of the air so the heater consumes much less electric energy compared with other heating systems. Thermostat control is essential part of that type of heating, which is another source of economy.
That is why the infrared heaters may be used not only at mooring but also during sail and boating cruises. It is more so, because modern ships and yachts are equipped with decent onboard generators. The new model Bionic from Ukrainian manufacturer Bilux with beam angle 120 degree, the efficiency 97% and with the lowest energy consumption is a big point in favor of that type of heater. Bionic heating area is up to 130 sq ft. Average energy consumption is close to 0.4 kWh/h.
Taking in account specific hydro-climatic conditions in rivers and sea regions there is special version of the heaters with corrosion resistant stainless steel housing. Heating plates are made of aluminum with heating elements hidden inside which makes the construction waterproofed. We can go further along the way of perfection and install solar panels and use free electric energy. But that is subject for another story.
Extend your boating season and enjoy water vacation journey!
Author: Demetrius Davis
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