The infrared radiant heater IR 2500 S instantly impresses with a top-class comfort function, namely the infinitely variable thermostat. Once set to the individual feel-good temperature, the device heats reliably and precisely to the point, then switches off automatically to save energy and back on when the temperature drops.
The infrared radiant heater is an ideal and convenient solution to quickly provide chilly nooks and crannies in basements and workshops or on food-serving terraces with cosy warmth. The device can be flexibly applied both indoors and outdoors and owing to the inclination angle that is adjustable by 90°, the generated heat can be directed precisely at the workbench or the dining table.
Owing to its length of 870 mm and the heating capacity of 2,500 W this infrared radiant heater features a wide effective heating range. Due to the flexible attachment options, e.g. atop a telescopic tripod, this infrared radiant heater can also be used separately and temporarily for flexible applications at unsheltered locations out in the open.
The functionality of the infrared radiator follows the natural principle of the sun. The heat rays do not heat the air, but instead the solid materials and objects they are directed at. These store the thermal energy which is later released in form of secondary radiation. Infrared radiation generates an agreeable sensation of warmth on the skin immediately upon switch-on.
Robust, yet elegant design
The IR 2500 S converts a great deal of the energy input into direct heat, which in comparison to a hot air blower increases the performance of the quartz radiator in terms of energy-efficiency. Seeing as the device further gets by without fan, it can supply the heat without generating odours, noise or raising dust. Which recommends the radiator as heating solution for allergy sufferers.
The infrared radiant heater can quickly and easily be attached to wall, ceiling or telescopic tripod – for start-up the connection cable of the device is simply plugged into the nearest socket. With its aluminium housing and the robust design the IR 2500 S is also ideally suited for use in larger spaces such as storage facilities, marquees, market halls or sidewalk cafés. Another application would be on your terrace at home, where you can continue to enjoy sitting out of doors on mild summer nights or even in the time between seasons.
A few practical benefits:
- Infrared heat without preheating
- Even and targeted heat distribution
- Clean, non-condensing, odourless and free from noise
- No dust circulation, thus suitable for allergy sufferers
- Heating capacity of 2,500 watts
- 1 quartz element
- Infinitely variable thermostat
- Splash- and water-jet-proof, protection class IP34
- Robust aluminium housing
- Adjustable inclination angle with a wide effective range
- For mounting on walls and ceilings or on the telescopic tripod
- Can be flexibly applied indoors and outdoors
- Wall and ceiling holder included
The IR 2500 S impresses with practice-oriented details:
Overview of the maximum heating range to be covered by an infrared radiant heater of 2,500 W both indoors and outdoors:
|Field of application||Recommended heating capacity per m²||Area that can be covered by an infrared heater
with 2,500 W
(ceiling height 2.5 m)
|Very good insulation:
approx. 100 W/m²
|approx. 25 m²|
|Poor insulation / old building:
approx. 150 W/m²
|approx. 17 m²|
approx. 150 W/m²
|approx. 17 m²|
approx. 250 W/m²
|approx. 10 m²|
You can proceed as follows to calculate the heating capacity (in watts) required for your room size:
Formula: m² x W/m² = W
room size (m²) x recommended heating capacity per square metre (W/m²) = required heating capacity of the infrared radiator (W)
For a well insulated room sized 25 m² we recommend the following heating capacity: 25 m² x 100 W/m² = 2,500 W
Cosy warmth wherever it is needed...