The infranomic Principle: Natural radiant heat, not just hot air.
Far infrared heat is gernerally felt by humans as more pleasant than warm air heat. Conventional heating systems (i..e. Central heating) transfer the heat using the convection cycle, warming up and circulating around the room.
infranomic heating elements emit Far Infrared energy, directly heating both: You and all the objects and walls within the room. Thus a particularly pleasant feeling of heat develops. infranomic warms the room air indirectly and consequently dries it out less. The relative air moisture remains virtually unchanged.
Floors, walls and ceilings absorb the emitted warmth directly and retransmit this as radiant heat. An advantage of this principle is that mould build up in the walls is thus prevented.