Comparison with Convection Heating

Convection Heating

Conventional central heating boilers heat water by burning  fossil fuels normally (solid fuel, gas or oil). The water moves through the pipes to the radiators losing some heat along the way. The radiator heats the air in the room, with the warm air rising and cold air moving downwards, producing air circulation. These convection systems have significant heat loss and are slower, and less efficient which results in Immediate heat loss whenever the room is opened.

SS Heat Direct irradiation Heating

SS Heat panels do not use the air as a heat transmitter, but produces the direct transmission of heat through Infra Red rays directly heating the objects and people below, avoiding heat loss and minimising thermal inertia, thereby achieving maximum efficiency. SS Heat gives you the warmth when and where it’s needed.