The guests prefer to be outdoors!

Radi­ant hea­ters enable out­door cate­ring even in autumn. More and more city admi­nis­tra­ti­ons in Ger­ma­ny and Euro­pe who ban­ned in the past hea­ters in public are­as, bow to this argu­ment in order to sup­port the hos­pi­ta­li­ty bran­che in autumn and winter .
In addi­ti­on to an exten­si­ve ran­ge of out­door infrared hea­ters in various designs, per­for­mance levels and pri­ce clas­ses, BURDA WTG also offers com­ple­te sys­tem solu­ti­ons inclu­ding light and sound for out­door hos­pi­ta­li­ty and pri­va­te terraces.

Expand the outdoor area with infrared heaters and extend the season

The gas­tro­no­my, bad­ly shaken by the Coro­na cri­sis, is worried about sur­vi­val in the coming autumn / win­ter sea­son. Many guests pre­fer to sit out­side ins­tead of insi­de, becau­se viru­s­es spread less out­doors than in stuffy guest rooms despi­te all hygie­ne and distance rules. One way out offer hea­ted out­door are­as with  radi­ant hea­ters with infrared heat. Com­pared to gas-powered patio hea­ters, they have seve­ral advantages:

  • Infrared radi­ant hea­ters do not requi­re any equip­ment other than elec­tri­ci­ty and are the most envi­ron­men­tal­ly fri­end­ly hea­ting alter­na­ti­ve to CO2-pro­du­cing gas hea­ters – even more so when ope­ra­ted with green electricity.

  • Infrared hea­ters can be used fle­xi­bly. They are sui­ta­ble for wall and cei­ling moun­ting, for umbrel­la or tent instal­la­ti­on or as a free-stan­ding device.

  • IR patio hea­ters heat pre­cis­e­ly with infrared radia­ti­on, which gene­ra­tes heat in the body and is not lost to the sur­roun­ding air, as is the case with con­vec­tion heat.

  • The slight­ly hig­her acqui­si­ti­on cos­ts have alre­a­dy amor­ti­zed within a few months, becau­se an IR hea­ter covers about three times the area of ​​a con­ven­tio­nal gas hea­ter and cau­ses around 70 per­cent less costs.

GAS HEATER INFRARED HEATER
Ope­ra­ti­on wit­hout smell x
Ope­ra­ti­on wit­hout noise x
Ope­ra­ti­on wit­hout rai­sing dust x
No oxy­gen consumption x
Fuel Gas Elec­tri­ci­ty
Main­ten­an­ce-free x
Wall and cei­ling mounting x

Short-wave infrared heaters (IRA) are the most effective patio heaters

Infrared hea­ters with short­wa­ve offer the best heat out­put in out­door are­as due to the high radia­ti­on inten­si­ty. Short wave radia­ti­on pene­tra­tes deeper into the skin and crea­tes a more inten­se fee­ling of warmth than medi­um or long wave emit­ters. Abo­ve all, less heat ener­gy dis­si­pa­tes into the cir­cu­la­ting air, in con­trast to radi­ant hea­ters with medi­um and long wave radia­ti­on or with gas.

Our recommendations for patio heaters with infrared shortwave:

RELAX GLASS SCHOTT Nex­tre­ma® cera­mic-glass heater

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Image: Cei­ling instal­la­ti­on­re­stau­rant ter­race, ©BURDA WTG

TERM2000 IP67 infrared hea­ter series

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Image: TERM2000 para­sol instal­la­ti­on, ©BURDA WTG

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