It is generally well-known that infrared cabins and salt caves have a positive effect on the human organism.
Our SALT VITALHEATER brings together the advantages of both these, requires little space and is portable and truly eye-catching.
Infrared heats the body from inside and outside.
This stimulates blood circulation and the metabolism, and strengthens the immune system.
Our SALT VITALHEATER releases salt ions during operation and these are inhaled.
The same phenomenon can be observed in salt caves or with sea air.
The salt clears the airways and is pleasant for allergy sufferers.
Essentially, salt attracts moisture. When the salt bricks are heated, the moisture evaporates. When it evaporates, the salt ions are carried with the moisture and are then distributed in the air
Some of our customers report that the air in the room tastes slightly salty when using the SALT VITALHEATER.
The ion release was measured by us using a Holbach ionometer.
Infrared radiation is also called thermal radiation, heat radiation, and radiant heat.
The radiant heat of the sun is also infrared heat radiation.
It can be felt intensely within a radius of 1.5 m, and in a weaker form up to 4 metres away.
With 1 exterior wall
With 2 exterior walls
BASIC Q 350 WATT
up to 10m²
up to 8 m²
BASIC R 700 WATT
up to 17m²
up to 15m²
BASIC Q 800/900 WATT
up to 20m²
up to 15-17 m²
BASIC R 1000/1200 WATT
up to 25m²
up to 21-23m²
Our smallest model, the Basic Q65, can heat 10m². The largest model, the Basic R105, can heat up to 25m².
No, the maximum surface temperature is 110 ° C.
A temperature of 125 ° C is permissible and can be withstood over a short period without injury, as is the case with tiled stoves.
Burns often occur through the use of irons or from stove tops as the temperature of these is between 400 ° C and 600 ° C.
The SALT VITALHEATER creates zones of well-being. We therefore recommend placing it where you spend most of your time.
This might be the sofa, the workplace, the yoga mat or the dining table. The SALT VITALHEATER turns every space into a wellness zone.
Infrared radiant heat can only be felt when it strikes surfaces. Radiant heat warms living creatures, as well as furniture, walls and other objects.
The air temperature itself is only marginally increased by radiant heat.
Conventional radiators powered by electricity or by heating water are energy-consuming.
The radiator gives off heat to the surrounding air.
The human organism only perceives the warmth as soon as the air is sufficiently warmed.
People, walls and objects are warmed by conventional heating technology only indirectly, via the air, i.e. not through direct warmth.
Warming the air (convection heating) has several disadvantages:
Warm air rises, cools and sinks again. This moves particles in space that are inhaled.
This is especially a problem for allergy sufferers.
Objects and bodies are heated directly by infrared radiation. There is hardly any dust or pollen turbulence.
If the temperature of the walls is lower than the air in the room, moisture forms and promotes the development of mold.
Infrared warms the walls directly. This prevents mold developing.
Temperature drop while ventilating:
A classic problem that everyone knows. It's cosy and warm inside, but fresh air needs to enter the room from time to time.
You open the window and it gets cold.
Even after you have closed it again, it takes some time before the room is comfortably warm again.
This is because the warm air is replaced by cold air during ventilation.
If the walls / objects in a room are heated instead of the air, as is the case with IR heating technology, it becomes comfortably warm again immediately after ventilation.
Dry heating air is certainly not beneficial for the respiratory tract.
Many people find that the scalp also suffers as a result of dry air and dandruff can develop.
This is not a problem with infrared heaters.
Over 80% of all heating systems are operated with fossil fuels.
Heating with oil, gas and coal not only generates CO², but also fine dust.
Infrared heaters are powered by electricity. Over 70% of the electricity produced in Austria, for instance, is from renewable energy sources.
Conventional products consume twice the amount of energy as our SALT VITALHEATER.
Depending on the model, this varies between 350 watts and 1200 watts.
Output can be regulated continuously. Depending on the model, it is possible to heat rooms between 10 m² and 25 m² in size.
Full output is only required during the 30-minute warm-up phase, after which the salt bricks are warmed and give off heat. Half of the maximum output is then sufficient to ensure constant heat emission.
For several hours, depending on the room temperature and the temperature of the salt bricks at that time.
However, we recommend keeping the SALT VITALHEATER dimmed to the minimum – this allows the most efficient use of energy.
We give a 10-year guarantee on the salt components and a 3-year guarantee on the electrics.
If the salt is not damaged by force or too much moisture, it can last for centuries.
The base is made of oak and will last for decades if no damage occurs from external sources.
Although the electrical components are of high quality, malfunction is possible:
Therefore we always keep in stock every single part/module and these can easily be exchanged even after the warranty period has expired.
Tell us what exactly is defective so that we can send you a replacement immediately. This ensures that your SALT VITALHEATER is ready for use again as soon as possible.
Exchange the defective module and send it back to us in the same box.
The defective module will be reprocessed by us. After the warranty period, you can therefore purchase a used "exchange module" from another customer at a cheap price, instead of purchasing a new one.
Together we save resources, and therefore reduce the environmental impact and costs. It's how we operate in a healthy, circular economy.
Yes, 98% of the materials used are recyclable.
The salt components are of table salt quality and can be consumed by humans or animals.
The base, made of wood, can be used for heating.
Stainless steel parts can be used to make new stainless steel.
The remaining 2% are mainly electrical components that “consume” themselves.
Yes. Most heating systems based on long-distance heating burn up to 85% fossil fuels, which produces CO2 as well as a lot of fine dust.
In Austria, for instance, more than 70% of the electricity is generated from renewable energies. And this is an upward trend.
Because the SALT VITALHEATER consumes 50% less electricity than other radiators, using one contributes to IR thermal technology as a source of heat soon becoming 100% ecological.
The SALT VITALHEATER is designed in such a way that it’s simple to assemble. You can see this for yourself in the video.
Yes, thanks to the attached rollers, the SALT VITALHEATER can be moved around your rooms as you wish.
No, not at all. It’s simple to take apart the SALT VITALHEATER, pack it into a crate and assemble it again in the new place.
You can see this for yourself in the video.
Although this is possible is principle, the SALT VITALHEATER should then be in non-stop operation with an output of at least 100 watts. The temperature of the bricks should always be at least 1 ° C higher than the air temperature. Otherwise the salt bricks absorb too much moisture from the air and can be damaged. The relative humidity at the place of installation should not be more than 50%.
No, UV-B radiation on the skin is required to produce vitamin D3; this is not released by infrared heating.
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