IR Max is a coating applied to the room side of viewing panels for wood and gas fireplaces. In direct comparison with uncoated ROABX, it reflects significantly more infrared radiation back into the firebox. This increases the temperature there, which can lead to better combustion, reduced emissions as well as less sooting of the viewing panels.
The fireplace itself stores more heat. With the right design, the efficiency of thermal storage and water-bearing stoves increases noticeably. In well-insulated houses, IR Max also ensures for a more pleasant, less overheated room climate. The IR-reflective coating is designed for operating temperatures of up to 600 °C.
Important for designers: IR Max can be printed on.