- November 04, 2022
The question is, how much energy does a sauna use?
How much power does a Traditional Sauna use?
Traditional saunas vary greatly with variable factors such as size of the sauna cabin, temperature of the outer environment, and materials such as glass doors. These are all considerations when choosing the kW of the heater. A smaller cabin size will require 2.3 kW – 6kW, with larger models and designs needing a much higher output of typically 7 kW – 11 kW, or in a professional, commercial use environment as high as 33 kW.
How much power does an Infrared Sauna use?
Infrared sauna cabins are a Plug & Play 13AMP product which means it is perfect for home use and requires less energy to run. The kW requirement to heat an infrared sauna cabin ranges from 1.4 kW to 2.8 kW dependant on
- October 14, 2022
Traditional or Infrared?
How do you want to feel in the sauna? What environment sounds more suited to you? Does one offer an element that suits your lifestyle more? What will you use your sauna for?
This post explores the differences in Traditional and Infrared saunas.
What is at the heart of a sauna?
The heart of the sauna is what powers your sauna.
Traditional saunas, also known as Finnish saunas, conventional saunas or steam saunas can be traced long back in ancient history. At its heart, a sauna heater containing sauna stones aids in the distribution of the heat. The bather controls the environment within the Finnish sauna via a thermostatic temperature control, as well as the ability to pour water over the hot stones to create bursts of steam, which significantly elevates the humidity inside the Finnish sauna room.