Low-carbon life will soon become the mainstream of society, and the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan” focuses on the new materials that carbon fiber is the key development. At present, many people are optimistic about the development prospects of carbon fiber heating. Although the carbon fiber heating system is relatively new to the people, the stability, safety, electric heat conversion rate, service life and health effects of carbon fiber floor heating far exceed the traditional heating products.
The carbon fiber heating method breaks the traditional heat conduction heating mode, and does not need to heat the medium such as air. Instead, the far infrared radiation causes the heat to directly reach the human body, and the room temperature gradually decreases from the bottom to the top, giving a good feeling of warming the feet. In line with the physiological needs of the human body, it can effectively improve the blood circulation of the foot, so that people can enjoy the comfort of sunshine and bathing.
In the social sense, carbon fiber heating does not consume water resources, nor does it consume non-renewable resources, such as oil, natural gas, coal, etc., because there is no need to burn, so there is no pollution gas and greenhouse gas emissions, and it will not cause environmental pollution. Pollution. Its main principle is due to the heating of carbon fiber heating sheet, carbon fiber heating cable, carbon fiber radiator, etc., the carbon fiber in the carbon fiber after energization to do “Brown movement” will generate about 85% of far infrared radiation to generate heat. Heat, so as to achieve the effect of people heating. What is infrared light, and is carbon fiber far-infrared heating beneficial to the human body?
The sun’s rays can be roughly divided into visible light and invisible light. The visible light passes through the prism and reflects the light (spectrum) of purple, blue, cyan, green, yellow, orange, and red colors. The light outside the red light, which is a wavelength from 0.76 to 400 μm in the spectrum, is called infrared light, also called infrared light. Infrared rays belong to the category of electromagnetic waves and are radiations with strong heat. Infrared has a wide wavelength range, and infrared rays of different wavelength ranges are divided into near-infrared, mid-infrared and far-infrared regions, and electromagnetic waves corresponding to wavelengths are called near-infrared, mid-infrared and far-infrared.
There are countless far-infrared sources in nature: cosmic stars, the sun, the oceans of the earth, mountains, rocks, soil, forests, cities, villages, and all kinds of objects produced by humans, all at absolute zero (- 273 ° C). The environment emits varying degrees of infrared light. Modern physics is called heat ray. It is known from the law of conservation of energy that the energy of the universe cannot occur, it will not disappear, and only the way of energy can be changed. Thermal energy is a type of cosmic energy that can be converted by radiation (radiation), conduction, and convection. In the process of radiation, a part of the heat forms infrared rays. Infrared radiation is the same as visible light and can travel straight like light; if a reflector is used, it can change its conduction direction. A few decades ago, aerospace scientists investigated the human living conditions in a spacecraft under vacuum, weightlessness, ultra-low temperature, and overload, and learned that far-infrared rays with a wavelength of 8 to 14 μm in sunlight are essential for biological survival. factor. Therefore, the far-infrared rays of this wavelength are called “life light waves”. This wavelength of light, similar to the wavelength of the far-infrared rays emitted by the human body, can produce the most effective “resonance” with the water molecules of cells in the living body, and at the same time has the permeability to effectively promote the growth of animals and plants. Because it is more penetrating than visible light, this thermal effect makes it useful in practical techniques such as warming and light wave therapy.
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