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Infratech heaters from Outdoor Concepts

27 March 2008 by

Infratech outdoor heaters use electric quartz heating elements to produce safe infrared energy that is effective over large distances because it is absorbed only by solid objects.

They are claimed to convert more than 90% of the input energy into radiant heat five times stronger than that generated by halogen short-wave technology, with no glare or harmful emissions of carbon monoxide or ultraviolet rays.

The units are made from marine-grade stainless steel and a composite alloy that makes them weather- and corrosion-proof. They are best mounted at 2.5m at a 45° angle and, because they generate no heat from the back, can flush-fit into ceilings, under canvas or timber eaves, and even directly on to glass.

The W Series uses a single element with a choice of 2kW, 2.5kW, 3kW and 4kW power ratings to heat an area of 4-8sq m, while the dual-element WD Series, rated at 4kW, 5kW, 6kW and 8kW, can warm an area of 10-16sq m.

The compact units come in 280mm widths and lengths ranging from 840mm to 156mm.

A range of powder-coated colour finishes is available in addition to stainless steel.

To buy it, call 0870 101 2131Outdoor Concepts Europe

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