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If you wish to make the change to clean, efficient heat that looks great, then infrared heating is definitely the best way to do it. This aesthetically pleasing panel measures 295mm by 1195mm, but can heat your room very well. It has a power output of 350W, meaning it can heat an area of roughly 5-6m2.
The panel has a premium FIR Coating surface, so it looks great and is sturdy, too. It can reach temperatures of approximately 75-95˚C, which is roughly the same as a conventional radiator. However, this could be mounted on the wall or ceiling, well out of reach of any accidental touches. It has an IP54 rating, which means it can handle splashes of water with no effort at all.
Please note that the advised heated areas are for guidance only. For a more accurate heated area that is more relevant to your home, please either use our Calculator located at the top of this page, or speak to one of our Customer Services advisors about your room.
By choosing the ceiling mount option when purchasing your panel, a Suspension Kit will also be dispatched with your order. We advise leaving a gap of at least 5cm between the ceiling and panel once installed in order to ensure adequate airflow behind the heater.
This panel will come with a clear film on its front that needs to be peeled off before first use. If you use the heater before peeling the film off, the film may discolour and melt onto the surface of the heater.
One of the best things about infrared heating is how eco-friendly it is, and how it saves you plenty of money on your heating bills. It’s super-efficient, and can save you around 60% on your heating bills! The way it does this is by heating the objects in the room, rather than just the empty spaces in front of it. Infrared waves are beamed around the room, where they bounce off of the objects, leaving them warmed. These infrared waves are the same as those used by TV remote controls, so you know they’re completely safe.
Traditional heating methods just warm the air around them, which cause warm air currents. These force the heaters to work harder, as the warm air rises, cools, and falls again, requiring more heat. These convectional currents also cause dust circulation, mould growth, and cold spots, which is why infrared heating is better for your health.
Our infrared panels come with a brand new, highly advanced premium FIR Coating to help maximise the performance of your heater. It’s heat-resistant – meaning it can withstand temperatures up to 200oC without yellowing over time.
Not only that, but it will also help the carbon crystal heating element inside the panel distribute the IR waves better than ever before, thanks to a higher thermal efficiency, resulting in even more warmth in your home.
To top it all off, the coating is also far more secure than ever before, as it is fire resistant, ensuring your family and your home stay safe and warm.
Our NXTGEN heaters have been specially designed to be compliant with Lot20, so they’re smart and efficient. They have a 39% out of a maximum 40% rating! They have automated temperature control, so they’ll regulate the temperature of the room to one you choose. They also come with a 7-day timer, so you can set different on/off times for the week.
The adaptive start means that it’ll automatically switch on before the time you set, to make sure your room is at the right temperature at the right time. With open window detection, it’ll know if the temperature has dropped 1.5˚C in three minutes, and will switch off. For more information on these NXTGEN heaters, see our NXT Gen IR Panel manual, and see how superb they are.
Every NXTGEN infrared panel is supplied with a remote control, which allows you to control different features of the panel. It’s easy to use, and has a few different features.
The electronic thermostat is much more precise than a mechanical one, so you can always be assured your room is at the right temperature. It’s so simple to change the temperature of the heater, and to set your weekly timers.
You can set the adaptive start feature, too, so you know you’re not wasting energy. Plus, the ability to change your room’s temperature without leaving your seat to change the boiler or thermostat is massively underrated.
You can pair your remote with multiple heaters, too, so you can control entire zones of the house with one button.
With such a slimline profile, you don’t need to worry about it taking up too much room.
These heaters are nothing like clunky radiators or inefficient portable heaters, because they are super-discrete.
They take up much less space than traditional heaters, and can either be installed high up on the wall, or on the ceiling. This is because they heat objects, and so don’t rely on their warmth rising into the room.
With this UltraSlim heater, it’s perfect for smaller gaps on the wall that a normal heater has absolutely no chance of being able to fit into. The clean white finish looks super minimal in both lightly and darkly decorated rooms.
These panels are extremely easy to install, with no professional help necessary at all. That’s right – no electricians or plumbers are needed, because it’s a complete and utter one-person job.
It’s as simple as drilling a couple of holes into the wall, because there’s a stencil included with every panel that means there’s no measuring or struggling to find where the holes go.
Just drill through the holes on the stencil, and slip the screws into the holes. Using the two rear-mounted brackets, rest it onto the screws. They’re plug-and-play compatible, so all you have to do is plug it into the mains. It takes just minutes to do the whole process!
Every one of our white infrared heating panels come with a superb 14-day home trial period, so if you change your mind, you can either return or exchange it, with questions asked.
Mirrorstone also provide you with an incredible 2-year warranty, so you don’t have to worry about purchase protection at all. This is extendable to 5 years at no extra cost.
If you have any queries about this IR heater, or infrared heating in general, then don’t be afraid to get in touch. Call us on 0116 321 4124, email us at email@example.com, or check out our Facebook , Instagram and Twitter pages.
Finance is a fantastic way to spread the cost of your purchase. To make it easy we've partnered with Duologi whose smart technology lets you apply for and then complete the loan application quickly and entirely online.
First add the items you wish to purchase to your basket. When you reach checkout select the best finance option for you and choose 'Pay with Duologi'. The quick application form takes no more than a couple of minutes to complete and then you'll receive an instant decision.
Before you apply please note you will only be considered for finance if you:
We offer a range of interest-free and interest bearing finance options to help you spread the cost of your purchase over 3, 6 or 12 months. The value of the loan needs to be over £300, all you need to do is pay a 20% deposit up front.
All panels come with free delivery within 2-3 days, and next day delivery is available for £5.99.
You can return your panel if you are not happy with it within 14 days of receiving it.
To install your panel or bar heater, drill 4 holes into your wall as per the mounting template provided with your heater.
For panels, insert the wall plugs, followed by the screws, and use the cross-hair bolt insertion hole brackets on the back of the panel to mount it in place.
For bar heaters, use the provided screws to mount the brackets onto your wall, and then onto the back of the heater. Use the provided wing nuts to secure the wall brackets and heater brackets together at an angle best suited for your area.
Plug the heater into your mains, or get a qualified electrician to hardwire it for you.
Infrared heaters use up to 60% less energy than electric convection heaters, because they warm up objects rather than the air.
As they have no moving parts, they require zero maintenance.
At just 22mm thick, and best installed at head height, they can save massive amounts of space, allowing you to use your entire floor space.
Our infrared panels are far better looking than conventional radiators, giving your home a more modern look.
Once they have reached the end of their huge 100,000 hour lifespan, they almost fully recyclable, further helping the environment even after they’re no longer fit for use.
|Surface Material||Premium FIR Coating|
|Dimensions (mm)||295mm x 1195mm x 22mm|
|Frame Colour||White Aluminium|
|IP Rating||IP54 - Protected against splashes of water|
|Warranty||2 Years Upgradable to 5 Years|
|Product Features||Built in Thermostat with Remote Control|
|Requirements||Eco Design Requirements for Electric Local Space Heaters|
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Does the front surface get hot, if it does what sort of temperature are we talking about
Is there a minimum distance that these have to be from a fridge/freezer?
Hi there. I live in a the upper of two flats formed from the conversion of a detached 2 storey house. My flat includes the interior stairwell. I have gas central heating throughout the flat but there is no heating at the bottom of the stairwell and so this area can get very cold and is susceptible to mould forming on (the inside of) the exterior wall. The stairwell is narrow and the best place to locate an IR panel would be the 350w slimline 295 x 1195 mounted directly below the handrail on the interior wall and at an angle to match that of the handrail/rake of the stairs. Would the fixing mounts permit this?
Would this unit be suitable at the bottom of the stairs, for providing warm on the stairs, landing and into two bedrooms?
We want to hang the narrow panel at an angle from a beam. Do you have a fixing to do this?
will be looking to put in a small bathroom which from reading is okay but when siteing the panel vertically does it matter if the rocker switch is at the top or bottom and being a bathroom it would have to be hardwired which our current convector heater is,can the plug be taken off and be hardwired by a qualified electrician and lastly where we are looking at siteing the panel it will be directly facing a glass shower screen approx 1.5 m away,is this okay because i have read not to site them facing windows but not sure if this is because the heat can go outside or because the glass can effect performance,there are no windows in bathroom,thank-you
Would one of these small heaters help to heat the conservatory in winter. It’s 12ft x 12ft? I also want it on feet not wall or ceiling mounted as I have a caravan it will be used in as well. Roughly how much would it cost per hour to run? Thanks
How much plug cables you get on these
What temperature can this keep a room at , it's a room with fish tanks that I heat the room which then heats the water and the room needs to stay at 80f it's a very well insulated room that holds the heat
We just completed complete reservation regretting we didn't install underfloor heating in the kitchen and bathrooms as the ceramic tiles are so cold we have gas central heating but would we benefit having these panels if they are pointing towards the floor would they heat the floor Thankyou
Hi I was wondering if I can these install these into a nursery, this will mean I will need to put wooden guards to cover all surfaces. Will this heater work if covered.
I want to mount this on the side of a kitchen cabinet which is an MFC foil covered board. will it melt the board it is mounted on?
Can the 350W UltraSlim NXT Gen Infrared Heating Panel be fitted 5 feet above the top of a bath, near the ceiling?
I would like to know if one of your infra red panel heaters would be suitable to mount into a laundry room measuring 2.4M x 2.8M. The room also houses a large American style fridge freezer and the panel would be mounted at high level facing away from the fridge freezer. I look forward to your reply. Regards Trevor Billington
Hi, my bathroom ceiling is on a slight slope, would I be able to attach it onto that? Many thanks!
We have a static caravan holiday home and we are looking to replace the current heating for one of these panels; we are wondering if you know if the ceiling suspension will safely connect the panels to a caravan ceiling.
Can you tell me how these work in comparison to storage heaters. How much do they cost to run and when does the heating process happen is it overnight like storage heaters or would they be on during the day?
Hi, Do you have an installation guide that can be downloaded? In particular, i would like to know if "350W UltraSlim NXT Gen Infrared Heating Panel" can be fixed directly to ceiling or if a gap is required? Cheers
Can you use these to replace old dates storage heaters in a flat?
Hi, I live in a modern 2 bedroom flat which it 96 sq mt. I would like to replace my underfloor very costly heating system with NXT Gen panel. I would be most grateful if you could advice on number of units requires, running costs (approx estimates), installation costs and technical requirements. thank you regards
We are possibly going to have a bathroom installed in our bedroom. Can a infrared heater be used in place of a radiator?
Hello, I need to replace a damaged small panel heater in a small room (3m x 3m) that I will be using as a music and computer room. Will the infrared affect or damage such items as an apple desk-top computer, guitars, amplifiers, mobile phones, electric pianos, etc? Many thanks, Anthony
Would the infrared panel suite a log cabin
Un panneau de 350W est-il suffisant pour chauffer 10m2?
Hi I have an area 500mm x 1400mm maximum do you have a heater to fit ? Regards Gordon
Hi my WC is 2 square meters. Can the 180W Classic Infrared Heating Panel 600x300-200W take the chill out if left for five hours please.
Hi, I'm a little confused. In your reply to Dan's question on 28/11/18 you stated that the warranty would still be valid even if he cut the plug off and hard wired the heater. However, in your reply to Karen on the 18/08/18 you said that the warranty would be void if she hard wired the heater as technically it has been modified. Can you confirm which answer is correct? Thanks
Do you have any verified running costs for your IR panels or comparison costs versus dimplex storage heaters?
Would one of these heaters be suitable for a conservatory and how long do they take to heat up? Thank you
Good afternoon Can the 350w heating panel be installed vertically i.e. h1195 w295? Regarding the warranty, in the Q&A in one case, the warranty was void if the plug was cut off and hard wired, and in another the warranty was okay. If the panel is being installed in a shower room, as far as I am aware, the heating panel has to be hard wired. Thank you.
If I chose to hard wire these heaters to stop the tenants taking them are you saying that the warranty would be void just because it’s going through a fused spur??
I hav a room 15 by 15 ft by 11 ft high. What space is only 2.5 ft width available. What power level do I need? It will fit I On an outside wall. Do I need any insulation behind the panel or R do the Rays go outwards 180degrees Rob
Hi there I'm thinking of mounting this on the wall behind my sofa, so it would radiate out into the room from above and behind me. Would this still effectively warm me, as opposed to if it were coming from in front? Thanks! Justin
Can i fit this heater on a wooden panel wall
I currently have to wall mounted fan heaters in my reception area, but the heat just goes straight up the stairs. Would this heat my reception are do you think. It’s about 6x3 meters with single glazing and stone walls.
We have a meditation room approx 4 x 6 metres with artwork on the walls. We would like to heat the space using slimline heaters at low level mounted just above the skirting boards. This would mean we would need to be able to limit the surface temperature so they don't over heat the skirting and in case someone touched them. Would this be possible?
Is there a minimum distance this heater needs to be away from flammable items like curtains. I am thinking about mounting under a window and the curtains would be about 100 mm above. There would be scope to increase this to a max of 200 mm. Just need to find out the safe distance before ordering. Thanks
Do the next generation panels come with a UK plug or do they need to be hard wired?
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