02 Jul 2012 11:07:30
Feature black glass infrared heating panels for the energy efficient office
Enhance your contemporary offices with a modern heating system showing your commitment to energy efficiency and new technology, a glass infrared heating panel will evoke a feeling of being well organised, efficient and up to the minute.
Feature heating panels made from black glass have a polished mirror like surface, the corners are gently rounded, and the surface is plain and smooth with no lights or switches to spoil the modern clean lines. The glass surface is very slim with a hidden framework on the reverse which holds the panel away from the wall, thus giving the illusion that the heater is floating on the wall, in all it is only 2.5cm deep. This fantastic floating black glass heating panel is highly polished and will reflect light and mirror images from wherever it is fitted. A reflective surface will bring movement and light to any room.
Electric heating panels provide you with an efficient and simple to install solution to heating one room or the entire workplace. Infrared heating panels have a low energy consumption to help reduce your fuel costs and require no maintenance or servicing.
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