Heating with heating foils

Heating foils represent modern, healthy, and cost-saving source of heat that radiates infra waves at any size of area. The source of radiant heat is a layer of carbon paste; with minimum losses it transforms electric energy into heat waves. The wide range of application makes this system suitable for family houses, industrial premises and agricultural structures inclusive of terrariums and aviaries etc.

Main advantages of the MAXECO heating foils

  • Low purchase and operating costs
  • Comfort and high speed of temperature rise in the room
  • Zero maintenance costs
  • 10-year guarantee
  • Service life equals to that of copper cables within the walls of the buildings

Infrared radiation is emitted by any source of heat, the Sun included. Individual sources of heat (stove, radiator, heating coil or carbon tissue) differ in efficiency, in other words in the quantity of losses emerging from the conversion of one type of energy into another. To make gas heating radiators emit a certain amount of infrared radiation, the energy stored in gas has to set in motion the metal electrons in the boiler; subsequently the water molecules are set in motion, water will deliver energy to radiators, and finally the radiators will partly emit infrared radiation to heat a great part of the air in the room; the air then makes the walls and all objects warmer.

This lengthy process of mutual energy transfers does not apply to heating foils. In carbon fibres electric energy converts into infrared waves that heat our bodies. And all this happens with minimum losses. It is like sunbathing in the mountains, on the snow, dressed only in swimsuit, although the surrounding air temperature is only 5°C.

Heating foil is your own sun indoors

In our case these are 3rd generation heating foils with self-regulation that enhances saving. The first generation of foils was produced on the principle of applied carbon layer. Instead of carbon layer the second generation of heating foils used carbon fibre, but it had no self-regulation.