Our stunning 600 x 600 Waterfalls Printed Infrared Heating Panel helps bring you closer to nature – both in its form and its function.
The panel, measuring 595 x 595 x 22mm, features a aluminium surface, reaching temperatures of up to 115°C. Don’t be alarmed however – due to the way the aluminium surface distributes its heat, it is still safe to touch.
Printed on the surface is a beautiful, tranquil image of a gushing waterfall, cascading down a small cliff face – arguably beating anything manmade in the terms of sheer spectacle.
The amazing, nature inspired imagery makes it perfect for use in a living room or a hallway, on a wall where a framed picture would normally go.
After connecting to your 230v mains supply, it fires out 350W of clean and natural infrared energy, heating all the objects in the room in which it’s been placed.
Make sure you have a browse through our discounts and special offers, where you could save some money off the cost of selected items.
Our wider selection of printed image Infrared panels give you far more choice, with a wide range of stunning pictures to choose from, across a series of different sized panels.
Fancy going a bit more personal? Why not look at our Custom Image IR Panels – which let you use your own images on our panels. Choose anything from holiday snaps to family portraits!
Infrared is a type of electromagnetic radiation, existing on the same spectrum as x-rays, visible light and radio waves among others.
Whilst x-rays are used for medical CT scans, and radio waves are used for communication, we feel infrared waves as heat – it’s the same type of heat that the sun emits!
It works by heating objects instead of the air, which is how convection heaters work. The sun itself actually provides a good way of understanding how infrared heat works.
When the sun emits IR heat, it travels unimpeded until it hits our planet and is absorbed by our atmosphere, and re-emitted back out – it only provides heat once an object absorbs the energy and feels the heat. This explains why space is so cold, yet our planet is warm.
Now apply this to a smaller scale, substituting the sun for an infrared heating panel, and the celestial bodies around it for objects and people in a room.
The panel will have marginal effect on the air around it, but heats surface temperature of the objects in the room. This in itself has a number of advantages.
Because IR heaters don’t heat the air, but instead warm up the objects around them, they use less energy than electric convection heaters.
This is because volume of space requires more energy to heat up compared to surface area.
They’ll even use less energy compared to gas powered central heating systems, despite the cheaper price of gas.
This is because when you switch a central heating system on, the boiler provides heat for the entire house, even if no one is occupying the rooms. IR panels are controllable individually, so they only provide heat for the room that you’re in, saving you on unnecessary heating costs.
We’ve already spoken about how infrared heat is natural – it’s the same type of heat emitted by the sun. This has a direct impact on your wellbeing.
Convection heaters cause the air to circulate, spreading dust, mites and germs, causing problems for those with respiratory conditions.
Warm air also absorbs and carries moisture. On a much larger scale, this is actually how storm clouds are formed. In your home however, this can cause dampness on your walls.
Infrared heaters don’t cause these problems, as they don’t affect the air around them.
One particular attribute of infrared panels that our featured item highlights is how well they blend in with their surrounding decor. Mounting the panel onto your wall makes it look as if it’s a printed image framed on a wall.
People who see it who are none the wiser wouldn’t look at it and think it’s a means of providing heat. What this also means is that your entire floor space is free – you don’t have to worry about blocking panels with sofas or book shelves.
If you’re unsure of how many infrared panels you need for any given room, we’ve prepared a guide on how to buy IR heating panels, that tells you how to calculate how many watts you need for any given room.
As standard, all purchases with the exception of custom image panels are covered by our 30 day refunds and exchanges period, during which you’re welcome to return your item if you’re not happy with anything.
All you need to do is send the panel back in condition fit for sale along with all original parts and packaging.
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)||595mm x 595mm x 22mm|
|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|