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Sauna Heater Selection Tips :

Want to use electric and gas heaters of saunas to keep the sauna room warm but you are not sure of type, capacity, brand, price, and specifications that suit your purpose? Read on to find the answers to all your questions on price, technical specifications, and the best electric and gas heaters on the market.

Saunas are special types of bathing rooms that have been in use from ancient times in several human civilizations to enhance perspiration.

A sauna is a small insulated room with stepped benches for sitting. Saunas can be divided into dry and humid groups that exist as dry saunas and steam rooms, respectively.

Dry Sauna

  • According to the experts, the dry s...

Sauna Heater Selection Tips :

Want to use electric and gas heaters of saunas to keep the sauna room warm but you are not sure of type, capacity, brand, price, and specifications that suit your purpose? Read on to find the answers to all your questions on price, technical specifications, and the best electric and gas heaters on the market.

Saunas are special types of bathing rooms that have been in use from ancient times in several human civilizations to enhance perspiration.

A sauna is a small insulated room with stepped benches for sitting. Saunas can be divided into dry and humid groups that exist as dry saunas and steam rooms, respectively.

Dry Sauna

  • According to the experts, the dry sauna originates in Finland, where it is acknowledged as a part of the national culture and has been even used as surgery room for outpatient treatments and child delivery, for the sauna room was believed to be sterilized by tannic acid, which has antibacterial activity, as well as muscle contraction effects.
  • The modern dry sauna is a room with wood-paneled walls that is heated by hot and dry air to promote perspiration as a means of detoxification.
  • The modern dry sauna is a room with wood-paneled walls that is heated by hot and dry air to promote perspiration as a means of detoxification.
  • The dry sauna can reach surprising temperatures between 50–100 °C that is hard to believe is tolerable by a human who faces breathing difficulties at a mere 45 to 50 °C. This sudden superhuman tolerance can be explained by psychrometric charts.
  • The first thing to note in selecting a dry sauna heater is the volume of the room and then whether the facility is intended for public or private use.
  • Dry sauna heaters are available in electric type (that is equipped with heating elements and operates on electricity) and gas-fired type (that runs on fossil fuel and comprises a furnace and a dual-fuel, natural gas–diesel burner). Stove stones are used in both types of heaters for heat-storage, allowing the users to diffuse essential oils (eucalyptus) on the heater—since it would be unwise to pour the oils directly onto the tray of the gas-burner or on the electric heating elements—in addition to giving the room a touch of elegance.

Steam Room

  • The first use of steam rooms dates back to ancient Greece and then Rome. The modern steam room is a room with walls of stone, ceramic, tile, or other water-proof materials, a few windows to let in steam, and insulated walls, floor, and ceiling to retain the steam within the space.
  • In fact, the most notable characteristic of the steam room is its impermeability to moisture and steam. It is best to construct the ceiling with a tilt or in a curved form to prevent the distillation of vapor on surfaces and trickles of water. Furthermore, the entrance must be perfectly sealed not to allow steam out from the gaps.
  • The temperature is often maintained between 40 and 50 °C at a relative humidity of nearly 100%.
  • Steam room boilers are available in two types, namely electric steam generators (typically installed behind the walls of the room) and gas-fired boilers (that can be placed further away in a boiler room).
  • The capacity of electric steam generators and boilers depends on the volume of the steam room and whether they are intended for public or private use.

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Sauna Cold Plunge

  • A cold plunge pool is often constructed near the sauna and is kept at tap water temperature (10–15 °C).
  • The pool is typically 1.5–1.6 m deep.
  • To reduce water consumption, it is best to connect the cold plunge to the circulator pump and filter system similar to other types of pools.
  • In some cases, a water treatment system is not planned for the cold plunge for it is discharged to the sewer system through the pool drain on a daily or weekly basis.

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