What is Radiant Heat?

Radiant heating is a technology for heating indoor and outdoor areas. Heating by radiant energy is observed everyday, the warmth of the sunshine being probably the most commonly observed example. Radiant heating as a technology is typically more narrowly defined. It is the method of intentionally using mostly the principles of radiant heat to transfer radiant energy from an emitting heat source to an object. Radiant heat is heat which radiates out from an element, warming objects rather than the air.

Currently most homes have absolutely No accurate control of the rooms temperature program,  and as a result are burning energy that is simply not needed .

Livingstone Heating has a build in Eco Heat Control.

The whole structure of the heater uses revolutionary technology to deliver RADIANT HEAT. The agglomerate used to create each electric radiator is a highly responsive sensor that controls the precise temperature of heat which is distributed universally across the total surface area. It also guarantees the ideal technical conditions for producing an efficient and effective radiant heat.

On the other hand Convection Heating is when heat energy is transferred between a solid and a fluid (liquid or air). Convection is heat transfer by mass motion of a fluid such as air or water when the heated fluid is caused to move away from the source of heat, carrying energy with it. 

Heat is always transferred from an area of high heat to an area of low heat, regardless of the method. When your hand touches a hot stove, heat moves from the stove to your hand to try to “even out” the amount of heat between the two objects.

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