07 Oct 2011 03:10:41
Infrared heating works with voltage optimisation device in homes
Homes benefiting from a voltage optimisation device which optimises the incoming voltage to a constant 220V giving householders immediate and significant energy savings for the whole home on items such as fridge freezers, lighting and electronic gadgets can now save on their electrical heating too.
Infrared heating panels use a low amount of energy and can therefore run in conjunction with the device. Infrared heating is energy efficient itself but by using it through the voltage optimisation device will help to save energy even further.
Once infrared heating panels have reached optimum temperature they will simply draw enough energy to maintain temperature, an 850 watt infrared heating panel will warm a room of about 17 square metres, initially drawing full power but then dropping to a much lower rate depending on the properties build and insulation quality. Heating panels should be hardwired into the electrical circuit and with the use of programmers will provide controllable zonal heating.
The voltage optimisation device is simply fitted along side the fuse box, where it will silently be reducing the homes energy useage.