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Revolutionary Lexin Infrared Heating Panels
Lexin Energy Systems.
Introducing a New Technology to the world, which has energy savings between 40 and 60%.
Lexin’s thin-film technology produces photons (invisible light)
Unlike traditional radiant heating products, Lexin heaters use a glass panel, which allows the photons to be dispersed in a half sphere pattern, at a fixed, safe far-infrared wavelength.
Lexin is able to produce a fixed tightly controlled wavelength
in the safe 10 micrometer band also known as “Far Infrared” through the use of crystals. The waves travel relatively long distances; these are
reflected by some surfaces and are absorbed by others,
creating a balanced multidirectional warmth.
Traditional infrared wavelengths vary with temperature and
only radiate at a ninety degree angle. When the photons collide with surfaces, such as the human body, furniture, the walls, floor, etc. these are absorbed and generate heat. Once the heater’s thin-film has reached its operating temperature, every photon creates another photon,
with the same characteristics (energy and wavelength)
without requiring additional energy. This exponential growth
of photons is called “Stimulated Emission”
Hence, “stimulated emission” only needs a minimal amount of energy to elevate the film temperature to where the emission is triggered. As long as the temperature stays within the critical window, the stimulated emission will continue to produce energy. In theory this is forever, but
because of naturally occurring losses, from time to time, some energy is required to “boost” the temperature as needed…
Unique product advantages:
Suspended panels in a glass office. Lexin also has solutions for existing systems. We can inexpensively balance HVAC systems and heat problem
areas such as a reception area, bathroom, employee lounge, cafeteria, open breezeways or high ceilings where heat loss has been a problem.
Panels can drop into your existing suspended ceiling systems, Suspended panels use the least amount of energy.
Lexin vs. Traditional Heat
Lexin’s Stimulated Emission-based Heating System
generates 10,000 BTU/KW
Until the introduction of Lexin’s patented energy technology, one KW/h of electrical energy was capable of producing 3413 BTU/h in heat energy.
Because Lexin uses photons, not electricity to produce heat, the Lexin technology typically produces three times the BTUs for every KW/h it consumes.
The installed power requirement is:
1000 Watt for 215 to 265 square feet or between 3.8 & 3.7 Watts per square foot.
To maintain its optimum operating efficiency, the Lexin system controller modulates the input to the heating panels independent of the room thermostat.
The system will only require energy for a portion of the day but will still produce heat for an entire day.
Lexin produces ultra-flat radiant heating systems that may be installed recessed or on the surface; because of their very low operating temperatures, these are considered “zero clearance” products by UL.
Note: Testimonials available on request.
Please contact Mr. Evert van den Brandhof either by email or telephone.
T. 0033 493632160
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