580w Solstice Mirrored Infrared Heating Panel

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580w Solstice Mirrored Infrared Heating Panel

Product Description

Go for a massive improvement on your current heating techniques with a stylish infrared heating panel. If you wish to make your heating more attractive, more efficient, and more eco-friendly, then you’ve come to the right place. Measuring approximately 995mm by 595mm, this 580w heater can heat an area that’s around 9-10m2. At just 11mm in depth, this looks stunning when mounted on either a wall or a ceiling, barely sticking out at all.

The surface is made from a mirrored glass, which looks simply superb. Whilst it can reach temperatures of 115˚C, this shouldn’t be a problem because they fit closer to the wall, and can also be installed further out of reach than a radiator. With an IP54 rating, you don’t need to worry about any accidental splashes of water.

Specs Table

Infrared heating is very efficient when compared to conventional radiators, as it provides its heat in a different way. Infrared heating can actually save you up to 60% on your heating bills!

More Information
Wattage 580w
Wi-Fi No
Manufacturer Infrared Group
Surface Material Glass
Surface Temperature 85ºC - 95ºC
Dimensions (mm) 1000mm x 600mm x 11mm
Recommended Fixing Wall
Frame Colour None
IP Rating IP65 - Protected against splashes of water
Voltage 230v
Warranty 5 Years

What’s Infrared Heating All About?

Infrared heating is very efficient when compared to conventional radiators, as it provides its heat in a different way. Infrared heating can actually save you up to 60% on your heating bills!

By heating the objects in the room, rather than just the air around the room, an infrared heater can save energy. The infrared beams that it emits bounce off the objects, leaving them warmed. This is more efficient than a conventional radiator, as they just warm the air around the heater. As the surface area of the objects in the room is a lot less than the volume of air in the room, it requires less energy.

A conventional heater also causes convectional currents, thanks to it warming the air. The warm air rises, cools, and falls again, which can lead to dust circulation, mould growth, and cold spots. This is how infrared heating is better for your health.

Infrared heating is completely safe, as it uses the same kind of technology as your TV remote control, or laser quest. The heat it provides is the same as the sun’s, too, albeit without any harmful UV radiation.

Sleek Appearance

Surya Mirror Infrared Heating Panel

With this stunning glass infrared heating panel, you can really revamp your interior design and modernise it fully.

Take advantage of the brilliant IP54 rating by using this heater in the bathroom, or even the kitchen, as this is protected against splashes of water.

People won’t believe that the mirror in your bathroom is also the heater, as it just looks that good.

One overlooked feature is the fact that when the heater is actually switched on and emitting heat, it is physically impossible for it to steam up, as the water won’t be able to condense on the warm surface.

Elsewhere, why not have it in your bedroom so you can stay warm whilst you get ready.

Slender Design

Surya Mirror Infrared Heating Panel

With the 11mm depth, you can mount the panel so snugly to the wall, that it won’t obstruct anything in the slightest.

Gone are the days of obtrusive radiators or inefficient portable heaters; this heater will save you money and floor space.

With a fantastic infrared panel heater such as this, you can install it snugly against either the wall or on the ceiling for a clean, minimalist look.

Because these heaters heat objects, and not the air around them, there’s no need to worry about their heat rising to the ceiling. That’s why they can be installed so high up.

Easy Installation

Surya Mirror Infrared Heating Panel Back

These panels are extremely easy to install – you won’t need any additional help at all.

That means no carpenters, no plumbers, and no electricians – there simply isn’t the requirement for any complicated work. The panels are fully plug-and-play compatible, so the only work you have to do is to get it on the wall.

Using the included stencil, just draw through the holes onto the wall so you know where to drill the holes.

Once the holes are there, you just put some screws in the wall, and hang the panel from the two brackets on the rear side. Once it’s up, just simply plug the panel in. It just takes a few minutes from start to finish.