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Get off to a flying start with HALLER Infrarot

An infrared heater from HALLER Infrarot has more than one advantage compared to conventional heating systems: The innovative HALLER heating systems are based on the latest and ecologically oriented technologies. Their installation is significantly more cost-efficient than conventional heating systems. If you not only wish to achieve cosy living comfort, but also extensive energy autonomy in your home, the infrared heating system from HALLER will give you the financial flexibility to invest in photovoltaic or small wind turbine systems for the decentralized generation of renewable energy sources. An infrared heating system from HALLER is not just an energy and cost-efficient heating model for residential buildings, but also for all other premises - business premises and offices, production halls, warehouses, sports centres, listed buildings and churches. 

Why buy a heater from HALLER Infrarot?

Intelligent heating with the HALLER infrared heaters

The most important comfort factor of each heating system arises from the fact whether the chosen technology supports a comfortable indoor climate and of course optimum temperature. The critical aspect is not the actual, but the sensed temperature. When using an infrared heater from HALLER Infrarot, the heat is radiated by the heating elements that are installed on walls or ceilings - the thermal comfort of the heated rooms is based on warm  walls rather than heated air. Users of such facilities perceive the room climate thus produced as very pleasant and "natural."

The energy and associated cost savings of an infrared heating are the result of some basic operating principles of the system. Buildings with low demand for heating - ideally with an energy-efficient realization of new construction or renovation - can do without the much more expensive heat from "water-based heating systems" with high energy losses. The electrically powered heating elements from HALLER Infrarot convert electrical energy to nearly 100 percent into heat and provide optimal heat distribution in the heated rooms - energy losses at the "transport" of heat energy are thereby kept to an absolute minimum. 

Control losses in a HALLER Infrarot heating system are also avoided by using an "intelligent" control unit that manages the interaction of the individual infrared heating elements and ensures that only as much heat energy as is actually needed for a comfortable room temperature is supplied. 

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Complete solutions, sub-systems or mobile infrared heaters

An infrared heating system from HALLER is suitable for all buildings and forms of use in private, business or public areas - regardless of whether it will be used in a new building or as part of a renovation of an old building. Another application area is infrared heat cabins, as an alternative to saunas in gyms and other sports facilities, and also for domestic use. 

The infrared heating elements from HALLER Infrarot can also be used as sub-systems, such as in building extensions or developed rooms, garages or hobby basements. The installation of a HALLER infrared heater is also an optimal solution for complementing existing heating systems in the event of inadequate temperature control by other systems. 

The experts of the HALLER Infrarot distributors are happy to assist clients, designers and architects in the design of a HALLER heating system within their specific construction project. The services of our partners include extensive advisory services, including on-site meetings and a detailed energy assessment. Through their cooperation with experienced master craftsmen and architects they offer a "one-stop service", which ensures the integration of the HALLER Infrarot products into the overall architectural planning process of your home. The HALLER Infrarot distributors employ their own experts for calculating the energy performance of the building in order to comply with legal regulations and calculating the cost of operation.