Sundirect promises quality
Sundirect offers the highest quality panel heaters available on the market, every production process is well designed and all panels are carefully checked before leaving the factory.
The in-house produced carbon crystal heating element
Among all the parts that decide the quality and the lifespan of the panels, the heating element makes a significant difference. We can guarantee it’s quality by producing the heating element in-house. Compared to our competitors using the carbon fiber heating element we offer a unique version of carbon crystals. We use german technologies for the production of carbon crystals, which is an upgraded version of carbon fiber. It removes the problem of hot spots and creates a more even surface temperature (within 10 degrees). By adding special chemical materials into the ink generating heat, the Sundirect carbon crystal heating element even further enhances the performance especially when operating around the working temperature of about 100 degrees.
Better design, better effiiciency
The design of a panel is very important regarding its efficiency. We use a white aluminium or glass/ mirror surface above the heating element to round up the design. All Sundirect panels use a heating element, insulation material and a reflection layer. Most competitors are not using insulation materials due to easier production steps while this is one of the most important factors when it comes to design. We use a fiber glass insulation inside the panel with a thickness of 3mm which decreases the loss of energy, thus resulting into energy savings making our panels 7-8% more efficient.
“SMP“ QC System
A good quality control system ensures that all of our products meet the highest requirements. We produce according to ISO9001 which makes every production step traceable on its own. Additionally Sundirect has its very own internal quality control system called “SMP” QC System. Every panel has a traceable serial number, which related with all the information of production as well as a thermal image taken after production.