Finnish sauna is basically a wooden room with insulating material inside, covered with a tongue and groove structure. The electronic equipment which generates the heat causes the temperature to rise inside the sauna.
– The temperature inside the cabin ranges between 80-100 ºC, with humidity levels between 5% and 20%.
– Generation and recirculation of heat through natural convection.
– Continous renewal of air.
– Extra-solid structure.
– Designed to be used for long periods of time, making them ideal for public or commercial use.
– Easy to clean, easy to disinfect.