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Clean - Healthy - Comfortable - Efficient - Infrared Heat

Clean - Healthy - Comfortable - Efficient - Infrared Heat

Prestyl's Far-Infrared heating technology promotes a comfortable and regulated room temperature through releasing far-infrared heat energy into the space.

In today's conscientious "green minded" society, most agree that "Zero Emissions Trasportation Technology" is a dream come true. A Zero-Emission vehicle or ZEV emits no tailpipe pollutants from its onboard power-source.  It produces no harmful pollutants, such as particulates (soot), hydorcarbons, carbon monoxide, ozone, lead, and various oxides of nitrogen.  These technologies promote well being for the environment and good health for all life on the planet.
Our systems convert 100% of the consumed energy into the heat-energy, the vast majority is converted into energy-efficient, healthy, radiant energy.

Far-Infrared is by far the most efficient and healthy heating method available on the market today.  Traditional gas-fired forced air and oil-burning heating systems operate through an antiquated combustion processes that emit harmful chimney pollutants and exhaust into the environment. The infrared heat becomes absorbed by the objects and surfaces within the space, and the stored heat energy is released both effective and energy efficient.
  • Carbon-free
  • Zero emissions
  • Low energy consumption
  • Eco-friendly
  • Silent operation
  • Easy installation
  • Contains no hazardous materials
  • Stops and prevents mold
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Maintenance free
  • Tamper proof
  • Fire resistant construction
  • Approved for wall/ceiling mounting
  • Panels operate only in far-infrared spectrum

FAQs about Infrared [click here]The most common questions about infrared heating..
  • What is the difference between radiant and Infrared heat?
  • Does Infrared use a lot of power?
  • Are Infrared heaters more efficient?
  • Do Infrared heaters heat a room?
  • What is the difference between Near Infrared and Far Infrared?
  • How much does it cost to run an Infrared heater per day?