LAVA® Infrared glass heating system
A piece of art providing comfort
This state-of-the-art heating system will provide you with unparalleled comfort in heating your home. Years of development have resulted in a product, which is not only environmentally friendly, but will also reduce your annual heating costs.
Our heating devices are not only functional, but also enrich the interior design of your living or working environment. With LAVA you will enjoy the benefits of a healthier, more comfortable, and beautiful source of heat.
Advantages of the LAVA® Glass heating device:
- Unparalleled performance
LAVA's infrared technology is able to deliver the same warmth as convector heating systems (ie. Forced air, hot water, electrical baseboards), while using significantly less energy. The infrared heating system works nearly without loss, because almost 100% of the heat is transferred into the room.
- Reducing your heating expenses
Having your living areas heated with infrared heating, you will save up to 12% of your heating expenses.
- Sustainable Heating
Electricity is the energy of the future - which equates to a CO2 free environment.
- Easy installation
Inexpensive, only a power supply is needed and your LAVA® will work immediately; flexible to mount on walls or ceilings.
- Need space
Eliminate your furnace and you will gain storage space you never knew you had. LAVA® will make it happen, join the environmental movement and reclaim the space you need.
- One-on-one accounting
Each room can be controlled separately to minimize your heating costs.
- Maintenance free
There are no service issues/costs i. e. Duct cleaning, Burner maintenance etc.
- Electric smog
LAVA® units do not create electromagnetic fields.
Our units are designed to withstand the most demanding test of time and have received full approval from the European Union. For North American safety approval please note our UL file #10CA53754
- Why glass?
Scientific data shows that glass stores and emits heat better than any other known substance including; powder-coated sheet metal, marble, refractory clay, and even casting.