Differences - Convection vs Infrared

The difference is in the air...

Many still belief that a warm or cold feeling depends on the temperature of the surrounding air.

This is wrong:
An example from nature proves it, skiers and mountain climbers do not freeze even if they are in extremely cold air.

The reason: They are surrounded by warm infrared waves, which come directly from the sun or are reflected by the environment (snow, stones, earth etc.).

When infrared waves touch a surface, energy is released in the form of heat, irrespective of the surrounding air temperature. This explains why people on a winter sports holiday are able to enjoy a pleasant sunbath at low outside temperatures without feeling the cold.

Differences:

Convection Heating  Infrared Heating (radiation) 
Air is warmed up, ascends and pulls cold air from the bottom, which is then again heated. This causes a constant air circulation in the room by which the heating of the room through convection first becomes possible. The more the air is heated, the more humidity is drawn from it and the more house dust, pollen, bacteria etc. are whirled through the air. These are swept up, circulated and distributed over the room. This results in high air temperatures as well as dry and dirty room air and creates negative affects to the human organism and feeling of comfort.   Redwell infrared heating units heat the masonry, ceilings and furnishings, not the air. Walls can store warmth much longer than air and return the warmth to the room. Masonry stays dry and mould and mildew have no chance to spread, the air is not circulated and thus, dust is not whirled about. Infrared heating is natural, from a physiologically standpoint. The human body absorbs up to 99 % of the radiant heat through the skin. Humans feel pleasent warmth like beeing in the sun on a warm day. 
1) Different temperatures within the room cause draughts!  1) Infrared heat creates a cosy inddoor climate and has positive effects on humans! 
2) Damp air creates mildew and destroys masonry!  2) Objects and masonry emit warmth and stay dry!  
3) Circulating air whirls around dust!   3) Energy-saving operation!  

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