The efficiency of such heating is close to 100%.
Easy application: the coating can be applied in any way.
Temperature range: up to 200 degrees Celsius.
Binder: pure acrylics.
Electrical resistance: 1,0-2,0 Ohm/ Sq.
Voltage range: any voltage, AC / DC, from 1 to 240 volts. Depending on the resistance of the heater layer.
Thickness of single layer coating: 80-100 um
Coverage: 1L / 6 sq m
The dry matter content is less than 25%, which dramatically increases the elasticity of the coatings and their service life.
Application examples: heating layer for walls and ceilings, plasterboard coating, de-icing systems, transport, pipelines, industrial equipment with any curvature of the surface, railway equipment.
Application in the heated coating G-THERM as a conductive component is used Pure Graphene GS, which gives the heated coating the ability of rapid heating with high efficiency.
G THERM is highly reflective in the infrared range. This important property makes it possible to dramatically increase the efficiency of heating a room by reflecting heat and reducing heat loss.
The eco-friendly G-THERM paint is developed in collaboration with Rustins and has a high efficiency, which is confirmed by NPL tests.
Thanks to the PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) effect of the G THERM heating coating, the power consumption decreases as it heats up, thereby dramatically increasing the efficiency of the heating coating while reducing energy consumption.
G THERM heaters are self-regulating SMART coatings.
Self-adhesive copper strips up to one inch wide are parallel to each other and form the contacts of the heater for connecting to the power source.
G-THERM paint is applied in copper strips and on the surface between the copper strips, forming a uniform conductive heating surface of the required dimensions.
After the paint is completely dry, the electrical resistance R of the conductive coating is measured between the copper strips and, according to this resistance value, the parameters of the power source for connection to the conductive heating coating are determined.
We are ready to offer free assistance to our customers in calculating the parameters of the required power supply. We also offer free assistance in determining the actual thermal power of G-THERM infrared heaters, namely the convective and infrared components of the thermal power of the heaters.
The parameters of the circuit breaker and the thermostat are selected depending on the rated power of the heating coating.
We recommend using one-inch-wide copper strips as electrodes for heating coatings.
As a low voltage source, the best high-efficiency solution is a toroidal transformer to ensure quiet operation.
The combined heat transfer of radiation and natural convection is a distinctive feature of infrared heating coatings. This feature makes G THERM's heating coatings highly efficient and economical.
Heating coating temperature: 40 С
Room air temperature: 18 С
Room dimensions: 4m x 5m x 2,5m = 50m3
Heating wall coatings dimensions: 4 x 1m2
Resistance of one heating coating, R: 5 Ohm
Convective heat transfer energy: Qc = 419,2W
Radiation heat transfer energy: Qr = 496,1W
Required total heat energy output of the heaters: Qt = Qc + Qr = 915,3W
Required heat energy of one heater, Qt1: 229 W
Required current value, I: 6,77 A
Required voltage, U: 229 W / 6,77 A = 33.8 V
Required power supply, P: at least 250 VA
We will be happy to help our customers calculate the real values of the thermal power of the convection and infrared components. We can also offer our assistance in calculating the size and power of infrared heated surfaces for a specific room.
Long-wave or far infrared rays are part of the spectrum of solar rays and are invisible to the human eye. Long-wave infrared radiation has waves with a length of 4 to 400 microns, among which 90 % of the waves are 8-14 microns long.
The infrared spectrum with the region of wavelengths of about 8 to 14 microns has a truly unique beneficial effect on the human body. This part of the infrared radiation corresponds to the radiation of the human body itself with a maximum wavelength of about 10 microns.
Several decades ago scientists in the field of aerospace conducted research on the conditions of human existence in space under zero gravity, vacuum, extreme loads and low temperatures. It was then discovered that a necessary condition for the normal functioning of the human body is to receive waves of solar radiation with a length of 8-14 microns (IR rays). Therefore, long-wave infrared rays are called "life-giving sun rays". These rays help the body to maintain temperature and acid-base balance.
By affecting the human body in the long-wave part of the infrared range, a phenomenon called "resonant absorption" can occur, in which case external energy will be actively absorbed by the body. As a result of this effect, the potential energy of the body cell increases, and unbound water leaves it (lymph outflow increases), the activity of specific cell structures increases, the level of immunoglobulins increases, the activity of enzymes and estrogens increases, and other biochemical reactions take place. This applies to all types of body cells and blood.
Due to reflex reactions, IR rays have a resorbing, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic and analgesic effect. IR rays, when exposed to the human body, accelerate the movement of electrons in orbits and cause a thermal effect. The heat of IR rays penetrates deep into the tissues. Under their influence, tissue metabolism increases, the ability of white blood cells to absorb pathogenic microbes increases, calming and analgesic effects are manifested, which helps to stop inflammatory processes.
Famous ancient doctors Hippocrates, Celsus, and Antillus actively used sun baths in the treatment of diseases of the skin, nervous system, rickets, and arthritis. Hippocrates described a method of using infrared rays for the treatment of wounds, ulcers, damage from cold etc.
The human body emits far infrared rays from 3 to 50 micrometers long, most of which correspond to a wavelength approximately equal to 10 microns. Our body, radiating long infrared waves itself, needs constant feeding with long-wave heat. If there is no such recharge taking place, the body quickly weakens, ages, and develops various diseases against the background of deterioration in general health.
Since the constant absorption of infrared rays contributes to the surge of strength and health of our body, people intuitively look for its sources. Special emitters are created for everyday use at work and at home. Their rays pass through the air, almost without heating it, penetrate not only under the human skin, but also deep into the tissues, triggering vital reactions inside the cells. This phenomenon is called "resonant absorption" and applies to all types of cells in the body, including blood.
Far infrared radiation has two types of positive effects on the human body.
The first is associated with a general strengthening effect and is based on strengthening the body's natural resistance to diseases, i.e. increasing immunity.
The second is a direct therapeutic effect for various health problems that can be eliminated with regular use, such as
Heart and vascular diseases
Back pain, etc.