Health and Care
Health and care environments are carefully designed to offer residents and patients the maximum possible benefits and promote recovery. Infrared heating systems can be used to enhance these environments in numerous ways.
In healthcare and residential care settings, temperature can be a fundamental factor in the treatment plan for patients and residents. Inconsistent or fluctuating temperatures may complicate recovery programmes or result in patient discomfort - the more accurately temperature can be controlled, the better. Health and care environments also frequently require specialised equipment and apparatus - clunky heating systems only serve to make a the space feel cluttered and crowded.
Beyond comfort and warmth, many individuals in healthcare environments are vulnerable to infection, which means hygiene and cleanliness take on new levels of importance. Older convection heaters generate dust and bacteria, making them difficult to clean and likely to irritate asthma sufferers or anyone struggling with chest complaints.