Infrared radiation is economical:
When used for heating, it is more economical. By its very nature all energy is transmitted without loss where it is needed: To objects and to humans. Radiator heating needs from 150wp - 300wp of heating per square meter as it has to warm the air which will cool by contact with the roof, walls and floors before it can warm people up and cool down more if there is a loss of hot air from the room and an influx of cold. Infrared heating does not have such losses, as it is unaffected by the air, the floors, the ceiling, the walls and the temperature will reach directly to the people in the room and warm them up. The range plays a role (how far the radiation can reach), which is regulated by the rated power of the body and ultimately the thermal losses for the feeling of thermal comfort. For this reason they require about 50wp - 150wp infrared heating per square meter.
Can be used directly by the sun: We lift the awning in the morning on the balconies facing the sun, with the balcony doors closed. The infrared coming from the sun will pass through the glazing and fall on the objects, on the floor, on the walls that will heat up. In turn these will heat the air.