See below the certificates and standards of our Infrared Radiant Heaters

Many years experience in the production of infrared radiant heaters guarantees that BURDA short wave heaters and coolers are produced according to highest  international standards. Many internal as well as external quality controls are applied (eg. TUV Rheinland Germany certification). All components used are of highest quality.

See below the certificates for each product line of our BURDA infrared radiant heaters.

Our Infrared Radiant heaters are best in class and perfect quality is guaranteed. The products come with a guaranty of 2 years for the bodies and 1 year for the lamps !



BURDA’s ‘Geprüfte Sicherheit’ (‘Tested Safety’) or ‘GS’ mark issued by TUV Rheinland Germany indicates that the equipment meets German and European safety requirements.

In the GS test TUV check whether the product meets the requirements of the Product Safety Act and other legislation in ensuring the protection of the health and safety of persons. This includes the requirements of the European directives which are implemented with the Product Safety Act and its regulations (e.g. Low Voltage Directive and Machinery Directive).

The GS mark means that a laboratory authorized by German state, has tested the product and production monitoring was carried out.

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Certificate IP65 IEC RCA
Certificate IP65 IEC RCC
TUV GS CE Certificate for IP20
TUV GS CE Certificate for IP24
TUV GS CE Certificate for SMART 3000
TUV GS CE Certificate for SMART 4000
TUV GS CE Certificate for SMART 6000
TUV GS CE Certificates for SMART INFO
TUV GS CE Certificates for SMART TOWER


The CE marking declares that the products meet the requirements of the applicable EC directives. All our infrared panels comply with the ‘Low Voltage Directive’ and the ‘EMC Directive’.

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IP Standard

The IP Code, Ingress Protection Rating, sometimes also interpreted as International Protection Rating, classifies and rates the degree of protection provided against the intrusion (including body parts such as hands and fingers), dust, accidental contact, and water in mechanical casings and with electrical enclosures. It is published by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).

The standard aims to provide users more detailed information than vague marketing terms such as waterproof. However, no edition of the standard is openly published for unlicensed readers.

The digits (characteristic numerals) indicate conformity with the conditions summarized in the tables below. Where there is no protection rating with regard to one of the criteria, the digit is replaced with the letter X.

IP54 is a protection against dust and splashing water

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