The HEATSCOPE® PURE from Munich Home Systems was made possible through a close cooperation with SCHOTT NEXTREMA® and developed to address specific requirements.
MHS set out to develop an infrared heater that efficiently heats spaces without disturbing the room’s ambience while reducing the amount of glare.
Throughout the development process, one thing was certain. The success of the project depended on having a material that could withstand the heat and, at the same time, reduce the orange light and glare typical for so many other heaters.
A glass-ceramic front cover was the answer. With incredible heat resistance and a fitting transmission profile.
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NEXTREMA®: infrared specialist, also in high temperature environments
The transmission profile of the glass-ceramic cover reduces light emission to a max. of 350 lumens – most infrared heaters have over 2000 lumens. Additionally, its 100% performance is reached in just 20 seconds – thanks to NEXTREMA®’s thermal shock resistance of up to 820 °C.
Generating pleasant heat and light through infrared medium wave radiation.
The enlarged heating area with more glass-ceramic increases the heat output.
Benefits for HEATSCOPE® PURE made possible by SCHOTT NEXTREMA®
Glass-ceramic solutions from SCHOTT NEXTREMA® have a broad range of useful characteristics. Here are the ones that made all the difference in the development of the HEATSCOPE® PURE.
Winner of the RedDot Design Award 2018
The HEATSCOPE® PURE attracted plenty of attention when it debuted on the market and was awarded a RedDot Design Award in 2018 for its innovation and design.