Prestyl Under Desk Far Infrared Panels

 

Personal Comfort Guaranteed

Prestyl’s PRUD series Under Desk Far Infrared Panels are designed to be a very efficient and effective alternative to common space heaters which are often used by office workers to augment heating systems or overcome air-conditioning problems. The panels are easily mounted under the desktop on inside surfaces of counters, or anywhere heat is needed. The Under Desk Panels feature a simple and effective 4-screw (or pop rivet) mounting method that keeps the AC cord tucked away. Alternative uses for the Under Desk Panels are manufacturing assembly lines, entrance and lobby areas, un-zoned offices, restrooms, retail sales desks, ticket counters, boats, motor homes, campers, parking and valet areas, closet heating, moisture control, frost prevention, etc.

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Take Control Of Your Comfort

To complement the Prestyl Under Desk product, Prestyl developed the PRCC-120 easy to operate intensity control unit that simply plugs in-line with the heater. Temperature or “intensity” can be adjusted to an individual’s preference between 38°C (100°F) and 93°C (200°F), by simply rotating a thumbwheel control. The unit features an “on/off” switch as well as two LED indicators, one for power, and one indicating the PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) cycling times.

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Proven energy savings of 80%-90%, over traditional plug-in space heaters gives employees control over their own working environment at a fraction of the cost of traditional plug-in space heaters.

With the optional PRCC-120 Comfort Controller (pictured above), the average power used is less than that of a light-bulb (35-265/275 Watts).

Under Desk infrared panels will not affect main room thermostat settings (neither during the heating nor the cooling season).

The warmth is radiated and stored in the floor, wall, and desk area.  Over time, the Far-infrared heat will conduct throughout the work area near the desk.  Workers are more comfortable with radiant heat, keeping feet and work surfaces warm.

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