Comparing our Space heaters
All our G4 models share a number of common features, but understanding the differences is important to select the appropriate model
The biggest differentiator between the models is the type of element used. The G4 is available in 3 element types
Halogen (Amber and RybyRed)
A halogen infrared heater is, like a normal halogen lamp, filled with halogen gas. It has a high element temperature and a high output. This gives a slightly shorter service life, but it is unbeatable for locations where the installation has to be further away from whatever is to be heated. Halogen infrared heaters are brighter because of the higher temperature. The heat is direct and very effective.
The heat output on both is equal. The Amber coating is more expensive and emit less glare and a softer amber colour.
Carbon infrared heater got its name because the elements are made of carbon fibre, just like Edison's first light bulb. The characteristics of the lamp give longer service life and lower element temperatures. This gives softer radiant heat and can be experienced as warmer. Tests have shown that a carbon infrared heater heats the skin more efficiently and is therefore experienced as warmer despite a lower output.
Wattage (and length)
The G4 is available in different wattages. Watt is a measurement of energy usages and is directly related to the heat you feel from the heater.
The higher the wattage the warmer the heater or the larger the area it covers
900 (Single) or 1800 (Twin) watt
Amber and RubyRed
1000, 1500, 2000 (Single) and 3000 (Twin) watt
Powder coated StoneBlack or Pebblegrey / Beige
We also do special colour requests with appropriate volume / cost