How heating with infrared works is quickly explained: With the help of electricity, long-wave infrared C heat rays are emitted into the room. There, they do not primarily heat the room air, but rather all objects and surfaces – including the floor. The heat is stored and released back into the room. This means that the infrared heating does not have to run constantly, but only consumes electricity during the warm-up phases.
The price of the ceiling heater depends on the size you choose. Among other things, this makes the infrared ceiling heaters the perfect additional heating source: small price, big feel-good factor.
If, for example, you have a study at home where you only spend some time, you can generate pleasant warmth quickly and efficiently with an infrared heater for the ceiling. This heating method is also an extremely practical solution for guest rooms that are not used regularly.
If you are now wondering which size of infrared ceiling heating makes the most sense for your needs, you will find help in choosing in the table below. Please note that the heatable room size for normally insulated rooms is given with 2.5 m room height. For better or poorly insulated rooms, the heatable room size may deviate upwards or downwards. Therefore, we generally recommend choosing the larger heater in case of doubt.
*These figures are based on a well-insulated room with a room height of 2.5 m.