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Infrared heaters

Infrared heating panel

Make your infrared heater a feature! Why not, the sleek design of our standard infrared heating panels as in the picture above, or one of our white or black glass panels look good enough to be a centre point in your living room, dining room, or elsewhere in the house or home.

Infrared heating panels need to be placed high on the wall or on the ceiling to ensure that your room is basked in the infrared rays, and unlike traditional wet radiators that can be hidden behind sofas they look good enough to stand out!

Check out our full range in our shop today, try one out for 30 days (in the unlikely event that you do not like the infrared heating panel, send it back in its original packaging and you will get a full refund – the only cost to you is the return postage) and see how it can become a feature in your room!

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The back of one of our 350w panels!

What does the back of one of our panels look like? All of our panels look the same on the back (different sizes obviously and the glass panels do not have the aluminium frame border) – the box in the corner is the controller, it has the safety cut-out switches to stop the panel getting too hot – the panel comes with 3 metres of cable – and there are two bars across the back with the cross holes in!

These holes line up with four screw fixings (supplied) and the panel just clicks and slides into place. There is a paper template to assist you in placing the four screw fixings in the right place. The fixings assume that you are going to fit the panel into a solid wall or ceiling and you may well need 4 special plugs if you are fitting into plasterboard or other board or wall. These are available from most hardware or DIY stores!

Take a look at the October Issue of The Art of Design Magazine online to see our infrared heating panel review.

It is a beautiful glossy magazine full of inspirational luxury homes, interiors, lifestyle and fashion.

The magazine is sent out to 47,000 of the world’s leading design and business professionals and can also be found at most 5* international Hotels, boutique /design hotels, and members clubs as well as First & Business class airport lounges in the UK such as Virgin Atlantic Airlines, Singapore, Cathay and American Airlines.

Keep an eye out for the magazine next time you are travelling and see if you can spot our advert!


Have you looked at Real Homes Magazine online lately?

Multiheat have a great competition to win one of our mirror finish infrared heating panels. Just answer a simple question and leave your details to be entered into the draw. Easy, and such a great prize. Heated mirrors are brilliant in the bathroom, lovely toasty warmth on those cold winter mornings, warmth that can be felt directly on the skin, allowing you to spend more time pampering yourself in the mist free mirror! Heating panels can be left on for long periods to maintain comfortable background warmth in the bathroom and help prevent condensation and mould growth.

Infrared heating panel in mirror finish buy me £359.99

Go to Real Homes Magazine online and enter the competition here

mirror finish infrared heating panel

mirror finish infrared heating panel

Small but perfectly formed……. our range of heaters.

Multiheat is an internet based company selling a small range of infrared heating panels, we believe we have selected a perfect range for our customers. Over the years we have trialled a number of heaters from various German and Austrian suppliers and have selected the current range for design appeal, quality, reliability and affordability.

Our customers are looking for an affordable solution to heating their home, office or business, we do not keep a huge range of styles or designs because there really is no need. We do keep panels in stock and ready for a quick delivery.

A small range but perfectly formed.

We have plain matt white heating panels for fixing to the ceiling – most homes have white ceilings and the panel just blends in to free up wall space for pictures or photos. Often one panel per room is required in the domestic situation.

Stunning white or black glass panels make a striking feature on the wall and work well with modern decor and especially with sleek office environments.

Mirror heaters are aesthetically attractive and functional. A mist free mirror and comfortable warmth in the bathroom, whilst also helping reduce condensation.

We can also source high temperature infrared heaters for those “difficult to heat” situations.

Our small range will not detract from your energy savings either. When the heater is fitted to a room thermostat regardless of the wattage of the heater it will still only maintain the set temperature and not waste electricity or over heat the room. In fact a larger panel will heat the room more quickly and the “feel” of infrared is stronger, which many of our customers really like. The “feel” of infrared is the same whatever the panel looks like!

Many thanks Neil for this Multiheat recommendation…

“I tried to find somewhere directly on your website where I could put up some words of recommendation, but I can’t.

I’d like to commend and thank you very much for the truly excellent service that you provided over the course of the last few days.  To relate the story, we bought a single 600W panel in glass to heat the bedroom of our 400 year old cottage.  The panel worked well and gave off a lovely warming glow to both the room and more importantly the occupants of the room.  But on reflection, we came to the conclusion that the panel was a bit too ‘modern’ for the setting that we were going to use it in, (on the vaulted ceiling alongside the oak purlin) and we wished that we had chosen the standard plain white one, as we came to the conclusion that this would ‘disappear’ a bit better into the white emulsion background.

So I phoned Multiheat and talked through my thoughts with Kevin.  At the same time we decided that we would also like to buy some further panels for the other two bedrooms in the house, as we could that the panels would be ideally suited to our heating requirements.  Kevin was happy to refund the glass panel.

Everything worked a dream.  The panels arrived within 24 hours of placing the order. Kevin arranged for the same courier to return and pick up the glass panel that I was sending back the following day, and the same day that Kevin received this panel back, the full refund minus a modest charge for the returning courier was in my bank account.

I am now the proud owner of a range of panels for the three bedrooms.  And a very satisfied customer of Multiheat & Energy Systems Ltd.”

false ceiling with heating panelDid you know we sell a heating panel correctly sized for the suspended ceiling?

Each 600mm square panel is just 350 watts and will heat an area of about 7 square metres.

We have supplied these panels into various different businesses, into large office complexes where they have been distributed evenly across the ceiling, into convenience stores where they have been targeted above the till area and today we have sent out a quote for a sports therapy studio where the panels will be targeted above the reception desk and evenly distributed around the main studio.

Infrared heating creates good air conditions for working in, as there are no fans or ducts to stir dust or harbour germs, the perceived feeling of warmth is found at lower air temperatures and thermostats may be turned down to save on energy costs and prevent the dry stuffy air often associated with hot air heating.

Infrared heating is affordable to install with little disruption to décor and is energy efficient.

Go across to our Office Heating Solutions website for more information about using infrared heating panels fitted into the suspended ceiling.


Infrared heating panels fitted in the ceiling of a gym

Infrared heating panels fitted in the ceiling of a gym

A few years ago Multiheat supplied infrared heating panels into the Dragonfly Spa at the Salty Monk Hotel, near Sidmouth. The Spa is a purpose built garden room with living green roof, built with a low carbon footprint, it includes a yoga/ fitness suite, gym equipment and a therapy room all heated by our infrared panels. What a wonderful place to relax set amongst such beautiful water gardens. Thanks Andy and Annette for the recent picture of our infrared heaters in use at the gym. Read more about the Salty Monk and Spa here.

World Green Building Week. From 16 to 20 September 2013

Green Building Councils in 98 countries representing more than 25,000 organisations will host events, run campaigns and celebrate World Green Building Week under the theme: ‘Greener Buildings, Better Places, Healthier People’. Read more here.

Many of us consider “green” in terms of the environmental impact, energy efficiency and carbon emissions of a building, but this week will also consider the people using the building too, whether that is a home or workplace.

The Metro newspaper states. More productive employees, quicker patient recovery rates and higher attendance rates in schools are just some of the benefits linked to developments built using healthy construction materials which offer more orientation for daylight and greater natural ventilation. A study published at the end of last year, carried out by the University of Salford and architects Nightingale Associates, showed the classroom environment can affect a child’s academic progress over a year by as much as 25 per cent.

Here in the Multiheat office we know this is so true. Working in an office now using infrared heating panels we are fully aware of the difference between the hot stuffy air created by convection heating and the pleasant feel of infrared. Our office is in a large converted barn and the heaters are directed above our desks, it would not be cost effective to try and heat the whole space, however by using infrared energy the warmth can be felt directly on the body even when the air temperature is often lower than one would traditionally like, even with the outside door opening and closing all day or a window open the heat is not lost because infrared warms people and objects rather than the air itself.

The benefits of infrared for healthier people are

  • No hot, dry stuffy air
  • No creation of dust from fans or blowers
  • No movement of air, dust or germs
  • Heating can be targeted to where people sit
  • Warmth can be felt directly on the body
  • Infrared warmth promotes good blood circulation
  • The feeling of warmth even with lower air temperatures

Many of our customers comment that they “like the feel” of infrared heating and the “pleasant background warmth” it creates. If you already have infrared heating in your home or office let us know if you think, does it create more pleasant warmth than traditional heating? We believe it does.

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Heating panel for the hallway.

250 watt infrared heating panel 30 x 90 cm

Infrared heating is ideal in small spaces where radiators would be unsightly and take up valuable space. Panels fit neatly and securely to the wall and can either be hard wired behind the plasterwork to an individual programmer or to a programmer which runs other panels in the same area, or can simply be wired to a nearby socket/switch.

This small heating panel is ideal for heating areas of about 4 square metres, hallway, bathroom, cloakroom, utility or indeed any small space that needs heating. The panel can be fitted vertically or horizontally.

A number of panels can be effective in corridors or unusually shaped entrance areas. Heaters can also be fitted onto the ceiling to free up wall space completely.

The panel is lightweight made from carbon fibre, weighing only 3kgs, so can be fitted to any walling type.