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Infrared


The principle of Dream Heat foil operation is infrared heating. Infrared heats the surfaces directly adjacent to the film and then transfers the heat to the environment. This process reduces the heating time and energy consumption compared to conventional heating, making it a much cheaper solution for later use.

Is it a safe solution?


From a scientific point of view, infrared (infrared IR radiation) means electromagnetic radiation of wavelengths from 780 nm to 1 nm, which is emitted by any body that has a temperature higher than absolute zero. When warm and hot objects radiate heat through radiation, they send out infrared rays. In other words, natural sources of the generation of infrared radiation are all bodies which are heated, emit heat - means Sun, man, all living organisms, and all everyday appliances such as hair dryers or kettles electric. As it turns out, infrared home heating is as safe as possible - it has a positive impact both on the human body and on the condition of buildings in which it is used. In a room heated by an infrared foil, the temperature is about 2-3°C higher than in reality. In this way, we achieve a pleasant indoor climate and save energy. The heat emitted by Dream Heat foil is absorbed by floors, walls and ceilings, which helps to get rid of moisture, mould and fungus problems. The use of infrared heating in rooms does not cause air movement (such as convection heating) and thus prevents dust, pollen, bacteria and other particles from rising, which is very important for sensitive and allergic people. As a result, the mucous membranes, which are responsible for the natural protection of the body against colds, do not dry out. Additionally, emitted heat waves dry the walls, improving their insulation properties (a dry wall insulates better than a damp wall), thus reducing the risk of cold. is the demand for heat.
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Two types of heat obtained by using Dream Heat foil.

Direct heat emitted by the Dream Heat heating foil.

Indirect heat from walls, people and objects

What is the difference between infrared heating and other known methods?

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Guided by the principle of air circulation, we know that heat rises upwards in the room. Warmer air has a lower density and cooler air has a higher density. A lower density gas always goes up and a lower density gas always goes down. During traditional heating, heat rises to the ceiling, so that the higher space is more heated than the lower space. This process makes us uncomfortable because our feet are freezing and our head seems to be hot. In addition, air circulation causes dust, bacteria and pollen to rise. The heated air in the ceiling is then gradually cooled down along the opposite wall to flow to floor level as cooled air. The next step in this process is to direct this cooled air mass back towards the radiator to be heated and circulate from the beginning. When heating rooms in a traditional way, only a small proportion of the energy involved reaches the occupants in the form of the desired heat, which means that in this way heating is inefficient.
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The research shows that people who stay in a room where the walls are cold, but the air temperature is 50oC freeze.
On the other hand, people who are in a room where the walls are warm, but the air temperature is only 10 degrees above zero, sweat.


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With conventional convection heaters, only the air is heated. However, with the innovative Dream Heat foil we can see that all the energy it emits is absorbed without loss by the surface underneath which it is placed and directly heated. By the way, it indirectly heats people and objects in the room providing the desired thermal comfort. Thanks to this, the temperature in the room is about 2 - 3 O C higher than it is in reality, which contributes to saving energy. In addition, the heat waves emitted by the Dream Heat heating foil dry the walls, which leads to improved insulation properties (dry wall insulates better than damp wall) while preventing the growth of mould. and fungus on the walls.
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Comparison of common heating methods

Dream Heat underfloor heating is the twenty-first century in heating technology. Thanks to its reliability, safety and convenience of use, infrared heating is a favorite among other methods of space heating. It is high time to take steps and introduce this innovative method into your home, improve the comfort of living and help the planet.