Electricity, which we use everywhere in our daily life, goes through many stages until it reaches our homes. Most of the electricity transported by power lines is used in workplaces and residences. The electricity we use in transportation, medicine, agriculture, communication, industry and many other fields is also an important indicator of modernization; It has become an indispensable part of our lives like bread and water. Electrical energy is obtained from natural sources.
Infrared (infrared, infrared or IR) radiation is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength longer than visible light, but shorter than terahertz radiation and microwaves. Red is the color with the longest wavelength of visible light. The wavelength of infrared radiation is between 750 nanometers and 1 micrometer. The human body at normal temperature emits around 10 micrometers.
Direct sunlight consists of 47% infrared, 46% visible light and 7% ultraviolet radiation.
Infrared radiation can be used as a heat source. Infrared saunas are used for towel-free drying after bathing, for heating in infrared electric stoves, and for melting ice formed on airplane wings. Infrared radiation is also used in a health and physiotherapy field. Infrared radiation can also be used for cooking, as it only heats opaque objects without heating the air around them.
Selection of infrared frequency suitable for the characteristics of the material provides high energy efficiency.
In areas heated with infrared heaters, the necessity of heating the entire air volume will be eliminated and the energy spent on heating the volume will be saved.
Infrared (infrared) heaters relieve muscle and joint pain, strengthen the immune system
Stress and fatigue relief are among its known benefits. However, it is the healthiest heating method compatible with our metabolism, as it triggers the spread of dust and bacteria in the air for patients who are susceptible to allergic symptoms.