Combined Sauna Heating
Combined saunas can use together the following heaters:
An electric heater will supply you with the basic ingredient of a combined sauna - high temperature. You can use it in the classic "dry" mode or even drizzle the sauna stones with water.
Whether independent or part of a combined heater, an evaporator supplies the necessary moisture or scent if it has its own aroma bowl. Some evaporators also have an automatic water supply from the water mains.
Adding a special, durable infrared heater to the sauna will take care of an additional heat source. And most importantly - the sauna will heat up immediately. You can use it from the first minute of starting.
An electric heater can be placed anywhere, both indoors and outdoors. It works on its own, but you can splash it with water, creating steam shocks.
But if you want a proper combined sauna with stable conditions for the healthiest sauna sessions, you need a model with an evaporator. Or you can buy a separate evaporator in addition to a standard sauna stove.
An evaporator is a special water tank with its own heating spiral, which changes the water into steam based on the requirements of the regulation and thus increases the humidity. Unlike the steam shock, which ensures momentary extreme conditions, you don't have to water the stones in heaters with evaporators. You only set the required humidity on the external control, and the conditions in the sauna remain stable and without fluctuations. Ideal for BIO saunas, tropical saunas and aromatic saunas!!
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The best invention since the sliced bread - at least when it comes to a sauna. External sauna control takes care of all critical aspects of sauna sessions: exact temperatures, the time of switching on and off, lighting, and ventilation. You don't need to bend to the hot stove - everything is easily set on the display. You don't even need to go to the sauna to switch on the heater. Thanks to a sensor, the sauna is heated faster and to a higher temperature.
Combined heaters do always need an external regulation designated for combi heaters. It prevents scalding: The higher the temperature you set, the lower humidity in the sauna it allows - and vice versa. Some regulations even enable remote control via WiFi. The regulation comes with a sensor to monitor the sauna temperature and a connection cable, providing it features a separate control panel. Moreover, this control can be placed in the sauna so that you can see and instantly change the current and set temperatures.
Combined saunas are not fitted with ordinary infrared panel heaters or radiators without adequate cover. The radiators must be resistant to both humidity and potentially high temperatures generated by sauna stoves.
Therefore, it is necessary to use Sentiotec Vitae Nextrema or Sentiotec ECO infrared heaters, fitted with a Schott cover glass. These heaters have a broad range of radiation, long operating time and immediate start-up.
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