The World’s Thinnest Far Infrared Heater
We have seen it in all sorts of shapes and forms but nothing this thin. This newly developed far infrared based hear measures only 1mm thin, developed by a venture company in Japan. The company has successfully managed to make a thin heater based on mixture of paper and carbon fiber. Up to now, the heater’s use has been limited for floor heating, but AIM design Institute uses this technology in manufacturing stylish heating furniture and panel heater. The panel heater is very easy to install and it enables users to set temperature from 25 up to 60 degrees Celsius.
Due to use of far infrared ray, the heart is not suited to warm up the whole room; it is more suitable for warming up part of the body which faces the heater. Other products include chairs, stool and foot heater with a very low power consumption for example using foot heater costs only 0.4 yen/hour. The panel heater is available in two sizes which are 90W and 135W types. Both heaters come with controller and the price tag of 108800 yen and 133000 yen respectively.