Built-in Infrared heating panels are flat panels that can be easily mounted on the ceiling or wall. An infrared heating panel looks like a flat screen. It is an electric heater that operates from a wall outlet. The difference with traditional electric heating is that infrared heating are way more efficient and enjoyable in terms of energy consumption and warmth. Infrared panels are relatively new and have been gaining popularity in the last recent years. There are almost only advantages to this new form of heating.

Built-in Infrared heating panels come in different sizes. Each have their own specific characteristics, like power, energy consumption, etc.

Built-in Infrared heating panels

An infrared heating panel can be easily built into the wall or in the ceiling, without using up to much space.
Each space can be operated separately. So you can make the panels work in the spaces when someone is present. If the room is empty then the use of unnecessary energy can be saved by turning the heating panel off.

Another example, a bathroom should always be a little warmer than the rest of your home. For this infrared panels are quite suitable. The warmth of the infralia panels is felt immediately and provides a pleasant feeling of warmth. A heating panel can be operated via a switch or even via a timer. If nobody uses the bathroom, the heating panel does’t need to work.


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Our Built-in Infrared heating panels are the ultimate solution for direct Far Infrared Heat projection with high performance :

■ You don’t need to heat up the whole room air. A 4℃ lower room temperature gives you the same warm feeling compared to a 4℃ higher convection heating or floor heating;

■ With a high level installation, the heat radiation comes from an open overhead space and directly projects on all room objects’ surface, like sofa, walls, floor…etc., which are capable to absorb and stock up the infrared energy. Within hours these objects will slowly and gently release the stocked energy back to the room space, from the floor to the ceiling, and maintain the room warm during a long period.

■ Our technology gives immediate warmth and an even heat energy distribution all over the room. This is a proven advantage, compared to convection heat, which first heats the ceiling and then the floor space.

■ By turning a connected switch, our heating technology works as a lamp: When we need light, we switch on the lamp; when we don’t, we switch off and no energy will be consumed. Same story for our heating panels: When you need warmth, you switch on; when you don’t, you switch off. No energy will be consumed then anymore.

■ This is our mission: Heat when and where ever needed !

■ With a wide radiation angle and a long radiation projecting distance; our space-saving installation allow You to choose the heat radiation’s direction and its covering range.

■ Upon our heating design program, we divide a room into two main kind’s areas: Constant-stay and inconstant-stay areas.

■ Constant-stay areas are the places where people will spend more time daily, such as living room (sofa) , bathroom, kitchen area, study room, bedroom; etc. The inconstant-stay areas are where people seldom stay, such as hallway.
We advice to install our infrared panel heaters on places where the heat is projected in these constant-stay areas. It will give you the maximum benefit of energy-saving when you have a warm home!

■ From a multi- to a simple installation we help you to build a precise and personal heating system for every heating needs.

This is our mission: Heat when and where ever needed !


Range of applications for Built-in Infrared heating panels:

Private heating:Bedrooms, living rooms, kitchen, toilets, garages, basements, foyers
Commercial heating : Offices, warehouses, hotels, hospitals, restaurants, schools, markets, café, yoga, sauna

Our system is the answer to any heating challenge !