Operating temperature: 40 - 55 ° c, up to 60°C
Operating humidity: 50 -55%, maximum 60%
Recommended time of stay: 15 min.
The number of recommended cycles: 1 cycle - warm up before a massage
Infra-cabin capacity: 8 people
This type of heating has a different type of heat source than the Finnish sauna. The infrasauna (or not exactly the correct name "infrasauna") has infrared heaters installed that produce mainly radiant heat instead of a conventional heater (which heats the air in the sauna). Heat spreads primarily through radiation - that is, directly from the radiator to the person inside the cabin. The air in the cabin is only heated afterwards (in contrast to the Finnish sauna). With regard to the lower operating temperatures and possibly cooler air (does not apply during a long period of cabin activation), this therapy is recommended for people who have difficulty withstanding high temperatures in the classic Finnish sauna. The warming of the body occurs even at these lower temperatures.
The use of the infra-cabin is recommended especially before exercise or before massage.