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We provide electric sauna heater, steam bath generator and sauna steam room annual maintaince service.

Sauna heaters provide the heat needed to warm up a sauna room and come in electric, wood-burning, and gas-fired varieties.

Electric sauna heaters tend to heat up more quickly and are easier to install and maintain than wood-burning ones.

Wood-burning sauna heaters require more work but provide an authentic sauna experience with the smell and sound of the burning wood.

The rocks on top of the sauna heater absorb heat and then slowly release it to keep the sauna temperature stable. They should be heat-resistant igneous rocks.

It's crucial to choose a sauna heater with the proper output wattage/BTUs for the size of your sauna room, usually around 10-12 kW for a home sauna.

Sauna heaters should be placed near the ceiling or upper benches for even heat circulation and safety reasons.

Proper ventilation is key - the air should be completely replaced every few minutes.

Electric sauna heaters often have timer and temperature controls for convenience and safety.

Wood-burning sauna stove surfaces get extremely hot and can cause burns if accidentally touched.

Regular cleaning and maintenance of the sauna heater will improve its lifespan and heating efficiency.

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steam generator

Steam generators boil water to produce steam for steam rooms and steam showers. They heat up quickly and provide a consistent steam temperature.

There are electric, gas-fired, and propane steam generator options. Electric tend to be more common in residential settings.

Steam generator power ratings are matched to steam room size - usually around 4-18 kW for home steam rooms. Higher power for larger commercial spaces.

Steam generators have safety features like low-water auto shut-off and pressure release valves to prevent explosions.

They have digital controls for easy adjustment of steam room temperature, humidity levels, aroma settings, chromotherapy lights, etc.

Steam generators have a water reservoir, heating elements, and sometimes additional steam superheating components.

Regular descaling is crucial to prevent mineral buildup and reduced efficiency.

Proper installation like water quality, drainage, ventilation and sealing the steam room is key to steam generator function.

Placement is typically on the outside of the steam room or in an adjacent service closet.

Reliable manufacturers of quality steam generators for home use include Mr. Steam, Thermasol, Amerec, and Steamist.

Perform daily visual inspections of the steam room to spot leaks, damage, or unclean conditions early.

Deep clean the entire steam room at least once a week using steam room cleaning solution to sanitize surfaces.

Wipe down benches, floors, walls and ceiling using a microfiber cloth after each use to prevent buildup.

Descale the steam generator on a regular basis (every 1-6 months) based on usage and water hardness. Use descaling solutions.

Completely drain the steam generator tank and rinse it out if not using for more than 2 weeks.

Replace damaged silicone seals around doors/windows as needed to maintain steam room integrity.

Check steam heads for mineral deposits blocking steam flow. Soak in descaler or replace if necessary.

Confirm the steam room drainage system is clear and functioning properly.

Inspect lighting, controls, aromatherapy and safety features for correct operation. Replace bulbs, batteries.

HVAC and water supply lines should be included in whole house inspections but also checked for steam room issues.

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