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Far Infrared Ray FIR Heating Panels

More Economic, Healthier and Environmental. What is Far Infrared Ray Heating; Far Infrared is a radiant heat.  It is the same feeling of warmth as the winter sun on your face and the heat from a coal fire. It is even the same form of heat emitted by your own body. It is the most basic form of heating known to human being. Far Infrared is the direct transfer of heat from the far infrared heater to the object (you and the room around you) without heating the air in between. It’s the same heat we feel from an environment warmed by the sun, and the wavelength most efficiently absorbed by the body. It is 100% safe and natural. Today, new technology, in the form of our 100% energy efficient, Our Far Infrared heating panels, allows us to use infrared radiant heating in a stylish with custom made images printing on panels, comfortable and highly controllable way. Humans are radiant objects. More than 60% of our sense of comfort or discomfort is governed by our radiant heat gain or loss. Only 15% of our sense of comfort is governed by air temperature and movement. This means we usually feel warm if we’re absorbing heat from our environment and often feel cold if we’re radiating out our own far infrared body heat to the outside world. For most people, if the environment around us is more than 26C or less than 16C, we feel discomfort, because we are either gaining or losing too much body heat. So, if we warm the walls, ceiling and floor (not the air) of the room we are in to at least 17c and ideally to around 22c, our bodies will stop perceiving that we are losing heat and we will feel warm and comfortable. This is the objective of far infrared heating: to build up “thermal mass” in an environment and let it keep you warm. As for traditional heaters that heat the air inside the building, even the best market leading “low consumption” digital electric convection radiators need around 40 watts per m3 in order to support inefficient heat absorption by the air and its poor energy transfer back out again while our far infrared panels do not heat the air and so typically they only need 25 watts per m3. You may be thinking that a kilowatt of energy must possess the same heat transfer properties whether emitted by a convection or far infrared radiant heater, but this is not correct because far infrared radiant heat has a higher rate of heat transfer per kilowatt than convection, so you need less of it ( i.e. less energy consumption). Both our far infrared panels and traditional electric convectors run for around 40% of the required heating period (often referred to as the “effective power”), but the basic difference in heat transfer means that our far infrared heating panels could save up to 37% on electricity costs compared to traditional convection heaters and night storage heaters.

Or our new frameless model

Custom made printed image panels; We can print any image (Landscape, Photos, Writings) on your panels, just send us your image and we will take care of putting it on your home decorated far infrared Heating panels.

NOTE: We also have a photo gallery that you can choose from.

Air treatment machines

Air treatment machines, devices and parts for indoor air purification and disinfection of Homes, Offices, Buildings and Hospitals using dual high voltage electrostatic precipitation “ESP” filters in addition to HEPA filters, Carbon Filters, air ionization and TiO2 Nano catalyst activated by UVc

We have a range of equipment and parts that can clean, purify and disinfect the air. Patent Pending ESP Filter HEPA Filters: We have different sizes including the common standard sizes. Carbon Filters: We have different sizes including the common standard sizes. Two stage dual high voltage power supply 4Kv & 8Kv (Can be regulated)

Ozone Generators

For Air and Buildings Disinfection & Water Disinfection

Silica Aerogel for insulation

What is silica aerogel

Aerogel is a synthetic porous ultralight material derived from a gel, in which the liquid component of the gel has been replaced with a gas.The result is a solid with extremely low density and low thermal conductivity. Nicknames include frozen smoke,solid smoke, solid air, solid cloud, blue smoke owing to its translucent nature and the way light scatters in the material. It feels like fragile expanded polystyrene to the touch. Aerogels can be made from a variety of chemical compounds. Aerogel was first created by Samuel Stephens Kistler in 1931, as a result of a bet with Charles Learned over who could replace the liquid in “jellies” with gas without causing shrinkage. Aerogels are produced by extracting the liquid component of a gel through supercritical drying. This allows the liquid to be slowly dried off without causing the solid matrix in the gel to collapse from capillary action, as would happen with conventional evaporation. The first aerogels were produced from silica gels. Kistler’s later work involved aerogels based on alumina, chromia and tin dioxide. Carbon aerogels were first developed in the late 1980s.

Aerogel Insulation Panels & Rolls

Basalt Fiber and Basalt fiber Re-Bars

When you have a construction business, you need to feel confidence in the performance of the materials you use. Some specific concerns may be about how long the materials you use will last, and how they will be affected by weather and aging. Sustainability, quality, and safety are key.   That’s why we are using leading edge green technology to produce basalt fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) rebar. This polymer rebar is derived from basalt, the most abundant rock on earth and is a compelling alternative to the traditional steel rebar used in concrete reinforcement applications. Here are three major reasons why: Rust-free – No more rusty or failing steel reinforcements, requiring far less replacement. Perfect for areas where corrosion resistant materials are required, such as marine environments or chemical plants. It’s the only product in the marketplace that addresses “alkaline” and “PH”, allowing it to be used with salt water. Weighs Less – Weighs 80% less, yet is 2.5 times stronger than steel with a higher tensile strength, saving you shipping costs, labour and safety on handling. No expensive heavy lifting cranes are required on your job sites, creating even more savings and easier access in remote sites with limited roads. Stable – It’s non-magnetic, non-conductive & UV stable, as well as excellent in high voltage areas. Additionally, it’s naturally resistant to alkali, rust and acids. Moisture penetration from concrete does not spall, and it needs no special coating like steel or fiberglass rods. With its durability, strength and longevity, this superior product can ensure the performance you need, while being economically and environmentally friendly. If you would like more information on how our basalt products can help you build with confidence, please contact us.    
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