Conventional Saunas

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Conventional saunas use steam to heat the sauna to high temperatures and do indeed feel much hotter than an infrared sauna, although, the heat does not penetrate into the body as much as an infrared sauna.

There are many benefits to purchasing and regularly using a conventional sauna, not only will they help you relax and help ease any aches, pain and stiffness, they are highly advantageous from a health perspective.

Brief Specifications And Features

Conventional  Saunas

Wood from Fibrous FPS family which include Canadian Hemlock, Western Red Cedar, Australian/Canadian Pine, Abachi

All Switchgears UL/CE listed

Heaters and Heaters Enclosures as per International Safety Standards. Imported UL listed Heaters and controls including high temperature alarms  on demand

Latest Hi Tech  Time and Temperature Controls, soft touch keys interface, LCD/TFT/OLED Displays, RS 485 Communication Port

Rooms Designed with subtle but adequate ventilation

Rock Walls can be added to enhance Safety as well as Aesthetics

Well thought Lighting

Automatic Aroma Dosing and sprinkler on demand

All Sauna accessories with elegant Buckets & Laddles, Thermometers & Hygrometers; Sand timers

Heat Proof Sauna Room Spakers for relaxing music; on demand

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INFRARED SAUNA AND CONVENTIONAL SAUNAS?

Characteristic FAR INFRARED TRADITIONAL/CONVENTIONAL
Air fresh air/no steam steam/high humidity
Temperature 120 – 140 degrees 150 – 185 (higher closer to heater)
Heat direct heat: higher penetrating indirect heat: heats surrounding air
Options stereo/electronic-safe electronics should avoid moist heat
Electricity needed 110 V (more energy efficient) 220 V
Plumbing no plumbing needed plumbing needed
Preheat prepare to use use right away – benefits as soon as turned on OR wait for sauna to heat up to desired temperature (both are beneficial) wait 30-40 minutes for space to be heated to desired temp
Body absorbs energy emits energy close to the same wavelength as body naturally emits (8-14 microns), so energy is well-received by body
process push sweat out(result of deep penetration of heat) pulls sweat out
Source of IR heat heaters directly emitting IR heat heated walls, rocks
Dry/wet heaters infrared heaters continuously on – IR heat only emitted when heater is on water over rocks moistens the air and nasal passages and ability to mix essential oils in the water (aromatherapy): heater cycles on and off throughout session to maintain desired heat
Heat penetration Far Infrared heat penetrates deep into the muscles and joints (up to 3 inches)

PHENIL has been building quality conventional saunas. Manufactured by expertise experienced engineers using the finest materials available, our saunas are carefully tested and inspected at the factory to ensure the utmost in quality. All PHENIL products are safety and dependable performance.With PHENIL, you can count on exceptional service both before and after the sale.