Every wonder why some saunas allow you to add water to the rocks and other don't?
A sauna whisk or also known as a Vihta in Finland was traditionally made from birch branches that were tied together to act as a fan.
Loyly is a Finnish word that describes the steam that is produced when adding water to the hot sauna rocks.
Unlike a steam room which contains very little air flow, a sauna room needs to breath.
A sauna heats the body and as a result blood flows to the skin’s surface to cool the body.
As a general rule of thumb a sauna heater needs 1 Kw to heat 50 cubic foot of room space.
An important part of maintaining a sauna is proper and periodic cleaning of your sauna.
Much debate exists on the advantage of infrared sauna heaters versus electric sauna heaters, and unfortunately most is BS! Infrared is a relatively new technology and as such seem to be the current trend.
A genuine Finnish sauna rooms is relatively inexpensive, and it can be built to fit any space or surrounding.
Whether you use a pre-manufactured steam sauna or build a DIY sauna kit for home, the benefits are the same.
An electric sauna heater is the most popular method of heating a sauna room.
The sauna goes back 1000s of years and was invented in Finland, where it still remains the countries number one pastime.
While there are many types and sizes of infrared sauna heaters, there continues to be a debate over ceramic or carbon IR sauna heaters.
Occasionally we get asked to supply the EMF for our IR carbon fiber heating panels. EMF or electrical magnetic field is present in all electrical devices from your phone, TV, computer etc.