Outdoor or Indoor Infra-Red Heater

Outdoor or Indoor Infra-Red Heaters

There is no better place to entertain and spend time with friends and family than outdoors around an open fire. The best way to extend a living space is out onto a deck or patio and it would be awesome to use this area all year round. With these incredible heaters, we can! They provide far-infra-red heat which is the only form of heat which does not blow away. This enables you to enjoy the tranquillity of your patio, deck, caravan, boat or garden throughout the year. The robust aluminium design means that these heaters are also perfectly suited for commercial use in restaurants, clubs and bars. The weatherproof design means that these heaters can be used in rain or snow and are 100% splash proof. The patented carbon fibre heating tubes significantly reduce running costs and cut carbon dioxide emissions by 80% compared to gas patio heaters. You are sure to be very happy with the heat distribution of these warmers with a 130˚ heating angle and a 3.5m heating distance

Healthy and efficient

Infrared heaters release safe and mild heat. Anyone, especially the little kids at home, can freely touch the surface of an infrared heater without getting burned. They are also very fast in terms of heating up again after a period of being shut down. Infrared heaters do not burn carbon like other heaters do, they are safe for the environment. Another notable benefit that we get from infrared heaters is that they are energy efficient, sometimes saving as much as 80% on heating costs. However, the amount of energy conserved varies depending on the type of building or home; considering other factors such as construction type, ceiling height, and insulation.

2 Models are available, the GAEA GPH2000 – on a stand and the Vermount VPH2000 – wall or ceiling mounted infrared heater. Click here for all the technical details and current pricing. or Pop into Metelerkamps at 3 Union Street, Waterfront Drive, Knysna to experience the heat!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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