Our most versatile heater yet, The CF Series will bring comfort to your guests whether it’s at your restaurant or in your backyard.


With 2 Level Remote, 120V Plug

Aura Heaters - CF 1500 B




With 6 Level Remote, 12” Ceiling Suspension Rods

Aura Heaters - CG 3000 B


Black & Stainless Steel

CF4000 & CF6000

With 2 Level Remote, 12” Ceiling Suspension Rods

Aura Heaters - CF 6000 S
CF 6000 B

4000W | 6000W

Black & Stainless Steel

Carbon Element

Carbon Filament Technology: Our high-performance, state-of-the-art Carbon fiber braid emitter is made from aerospace-grade filaments and delivers best-in-class performance to brightness ratios.

These carbon fibers also feature unique material properties allowing the emitters to reach lifespans not possible by shortwave or medium wave emitters.

Control at your Fingertips

Included multi-step remote control allows you to adjust the heat output without expensive and complicated control systems. The heater can also be switched to remote control bypass where the heater can be hard-wired.


Robust Aluminum Construction: 6000 Series aluminum extrusion provides a structural frame while ensuring the unit runs at cool temperatures.


Engineered to outperform the competition on your back porch or your Alpine ski cabin –  The CF Heater is designed to thrive in extreme environments. IP 65 environmental protection prevents ingress of water or dust, allowing the heater to be installed in exposed environments.

Mounting Made Easy

Multiple mounting options including wall mounting and ceiling suspension. Wall brackets are included for all models. Suspension brackets included for heaters 3000W and greater.

Bigger sizes, more heat

Our 4000 & 6000 Watt heaters come with Dual Emitters and two stage control.


For all CF Series specifications and product manuals

Frequently Asked Questions About Cabon Fiber Heaters

They are considered one of the most efficient and effective forms of electric heating. They balance heating power and low light output perfectly, making them ideal for various settings such as homes, offices, or any outdoor larger surface area.

They use infrared technology to produce heat. The high-performance carbon filament emitter process converts electrical energy into infrared heat, radiating to warm up the surrounding objects and people.

There are several advantages to using carbon fiber heaters, such as:

High energy efficiency: they convert nearly all their input energy into heat, making them more cost-effective than other heating options.

Long lifespan: The unique material properties of carbon fibers allow these heaters to have a longer lifespan compared to other infrared emitters.

Fast heating: They can quickly warm up the surrounding area, providing instant warmth and comfort for a larger surface area.

No, carbon fiber heaters are generally considered safe to use. They do not emit any harmful gases or chemicals and have built-in safety features such as tip-over switches and overheat protection. However, following our manufacturer’s instructions for proper use and maintenance is essential. Contact our customer support if you have any questions regarding the installation of our heaters.

Yes, carbon fiber heaters are cheap to run. Due to their high energy efficiency and low maintenance costs, they can save you money on your heating bills in the long run.

Yes, carbon fiber heaters are designed to thrive in extreme environments and can be used outdoors. They have IP 65 environmental protection, making them weatherproof and suitable for exposed outdoor areas.

A carbon fiber heater is an electric heating device that uses infrared technology and high-performance carbon filaments to produce heat. It is known for its energy efficiency, long lifespan, and fast heating capabilities. These heaters are suitable for various settings, including indoor and outdoor spaces. They also have built-in safety features, making them a safe and cost-effective heating option.

Yes, a carbon fiber heater is a type of infrared heater. Infrared refers to the type and wavelength of electromagnetic radiation used to produce heat, while carbon fiber refers to the material used in the emitter. Other infrared heaters may use different materials, such as ceramic or quartz. However, all infrared heaters work by converting electrical energy into heat through the use of infrared technology.

The lifespan of carbon fiber heaters can vary depending on usage and maintenance. However, due to the unique material properties of carbon fibers, these heaters are known to have a longer lifespan compared to other infrared emitters. With proper care and use, they can last for many years.

There are several differences between a carbon heater and a normal heater, for example:

Heating method: Carbon heaters use infrared technology to produce heat, while traditional heaters typically use convection or forced air.

Energy efficiency: Carbon heaters have higher energy efficiency compared to traditional heaters, converting nearly all of their input energy into heat.

Heat distribution: Infrared heat from carbon heaters radiates out to warm up surrounding objects and people, while traditional heaters warm the air in a room.

Lifespan: Carbon heaters have a longer lifespan due to their unique material properties than traditional heaters. Overall, they offer more advanced features and benefits, making them popular for heating needs.