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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Infrared heaters relieve cold hand pain

When it comes to a cold mouse hand there's nothing more effective than an infrared heated mouse and infrared heated mouse pad. ValueRays® is an USA based company specializing in the design and manufacture of infrared heated computer accessories. There are ValueRays® Warm Mouse, Warm Mouse Pad, Warm Keyboard Pad and Mouse Hand Warmer blanket. They are USB computer gadgets delivering therapeutic heat to cold computer hands.

Cold mouse hand and cold computer hand problems are an all year round situation for many people who suffer from poor circulatory conditions to the extremities -- cold hands & cold fingers. ValueRays® solves the cold hand problem and creates a cost-efficient, energy-efficient home remedy infrared heat solution for computer users suffering with cold hands.


How Does an Infrared Heating System Work
by Darren Chow from the California Chronicle


Are you considering installing a heating system for your home? If your prime concern is to have an effective and energy efficient system, consider installing an infrared heating system. Question is, how does an infrared system work, and how can it help you save energy and money?

An infrared heating system is also known as a heat radiation system. Unlike other heating systems, this system uses electromagnetic waves to generate heat. When the system is turned on, waves are circulated in the room. But no heat is actually generated unless the waves come into contact with a solid surface - walls, furniture, or human beings.

That is why when you have an infrared system installed, the actual room temperature may appear to be lower when compared to other more conventional systems. At least that is what the thermometer says. But the thermometer doesn't know that heat is generated upon impact. Human beings will be able to feel the heat as it is being generated, and comfort starts to set in.

Because of this unique ability to generate heat upon contact, infrared systems can be used to produce heat for different zones. Energy is directed to zones where it is needed. In other words, the system can direct energy to zones where there are people. This helps to save energy.

The energy efficiency of the system depends on several factors. The way infrared systems work is a big bonus by itself. But other factors such as how heat is being managed throughout the house also comes into the picture. For example, insulation plays a big part in heat retention. With proper insulation, the objects in the house can retain the heat energy for longer periods of time, hence reducing the reliance on the infrared heating system.

Windows also play a big role. If you have poor quality windows that don't help to retain heat, you will be using up more energy to produce the heat that is being lost constantly. When you combine these factors with a infrared heating system, you can save as much as 40% of your energy bills. In addition, infrared heating systems are also one of the cleanest systems in the world. There is nothing to burn (think fireplaces), and there is no carbon emission. All you need to do is to flick a switch, and electromagnetic waves will be generated.

The heat is almost instant. There is no need to wait for heat to be dispersed around the house. This wait is common if you employ normal heating systems. That is because once the heat has been generated, you still have to wait for the heat to be conducted via ducts or pipes to other parts of the house. Obviously, electromagnetic waves travel much faster. Homeowners will start to feel warmer and more comfortable very quickly. Learn more about infrared heating system and other home heating systems.

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14 Comments:

At April 19, 2009 at 6:32 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info on infrared heaters. It's amazing. I like the idea of infrared heat therapy at home using the computer. My grandma, mom and I are all arthritis sufferers. We definitely will be getting the valuerays warm mouse, heated mouse pad and other heated computer devices. Thank you.....

 
At April 20, 2009 at 12:08 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

i used infrared heat lamps after a car accident. i think infrared heat for computer mouse and mouse pad is a super idea for sore hands. my hands hurt from using the mouse for many years. great idea.

 
At April 22, 2009 at 5:51 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

THIS IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT. INFRARED HEAT IS THE BEST FOR ANY TYPE OF HAND PAIN. IF YOU USE THE COMPUTER ON A DAILY BASIS KEEP ALL THE INFRARED HEATERS ON HAND... I HAVE THE VALUERAYS WARM MOUSE, VALUERAYS WARM MOUSE PAD AND THE VALUERAYS MOUSE HAND WARMER BLANKET. THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY THE BEST INVENTION OF ALL TIME!

 
At April 26, 2009 at 6:30 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree that the infrared heat given off by the infrared heated mouse is the best. It really helps my arthritis. I'm also going to purchase the infrared heated keyboard wrist pad. I got mine at IGMproducts.com

 
At May 6, 2009 at 12:36 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

i am very impressed with the usb heated computer mouse and usb heated mouse pad. i want the world to know how wonderful the valuerays products are. i have suffered with a cold mouse hand for many years and the older i get the colder my hands get. i am looking forward to getting the warm keyboard pad, too. thank you so much for the fleece pouch to hold the heated computer mouse and mouse pad. it is the best invention ever for cold hands.

 
At May 6, 2009 at 1:01 PM , Anonymous Warm-Mouse-Heated-Keyboard.com said...

Thank you for the feedback and comments. My mouse hand was cold for over 15 years before I actually discovered the solution. The Mouse Hand Warmer blanket holds the heated computer mouse and mouse pad to create a very warm house for the mouse hand! Enjoy!

 
At May 8, 2009 at 5:34 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have had a cold mouse hand for many, many years and I thought I was the only person who had this problem. It's good to know I am not alone! This is a wonderful blog. You really have some helpful info here about cold hands and ways to make them warm. I especially like the USB hand warmers by Valuerays. I am definitely going to start using infrared heat while using the computer. Thank you!

 
At May 8, 2009 at 5:54 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Valuerays Warm Mouse in the photo works like a charm to totally solve the cold mouse hand problem. I also use the warm mouse pad. They both are super for people who have a cold mouse hand.

 
At May 8, 2009 at 8:12 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the Valuerays heated computer mouse and heated mouse pad to solve the cold mouse hand problem!!!! I love this idea!

 
At May 9, 2009 at 2:17 PM , Anonymous JoAnne Shops IGMproducts! said...

Infrared heaters relieve cold hand pain is an excellent article and blog post. Thank you for the helpful information. I agree with you. A cold mouse hand is miserable. I like the mouse hand warmer products.

 
At May 9, 2009 at 6:07 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

i want these valuerays things..... i need cheap heat

 
At May 11, 2009 at 12:22 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

These heated devices look super. Do they really work? I'll have to get the heated computer mouse and the heated mouse pad for sure! Great photos! Thanks for the helpful info.........

 
At May 21, 2009 at 9:39 PM , Anonymous FRANNY said...

ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL INFRARED HEAT COMPUTER MOUSE AND MOUSE PAD FOR COLD HAND PAIN! F A N T A S T I C

 
At June 27, 2009 at 11:03 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am so happy I found this blog. I think my cold hand pain will be gone soon thanks to valuerays usb hand warmers!

 

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