Sauna cabins are extremely popular. It's an ideal spot for unwinding with a group of pals.
Sauna cabins are a calm refuge where you may unwind, cleanse your body, and renew your mind. Most types may be adapted to specific proportions and come with a full or partial glass front or sides, making them ideal for use in a spare room or converting a garage or loft.
Most traditional Finnish saunas now use an electric heater with heating components made of extremely dense Peridotite rocks. The sauna cabin is heated for about 30 minutes before use, allowing the air temperature to reach 80°C or more and the benches to become comfortable warm. Simultaneously, the air is dried to a low humidity level of 10° or less. The unique sauna bathing experience is a result of the extreme heat and dryness of the desert. Splashing water on the sauna rocks creates a brief burst of increased humidity as well as the sensation of the temperature rapidly rising, causing copious volumes of perspiration.
A full-height safety glass door, benches, a conventional rock sauna heater or infrared emitters, accessories, fittings, installation instructions, and a user guide are included with every sauna cabin. All variants can be upgraded to include a sauna heater and digital controls.