Another project involving an infrared cabin is from Prague. Although the infrared cabin does not heat up to such high temperatures as a Finnish sauna, it is ready for operation within a few minutes. You do not need to supply a three-phase power supply, a standard 220V socket is enough for the infrared cabin.


Here, the customer had already prepared the floor. Although this is unnecessary for infrared cabins, he preferred to slope the floor and place a drain grid in the sauna for easy wiping. However, we recommend a bottom drain outside the sauna for Finnish combined saunas with high humidity to avoid any odour from the drain.


We have fitted the cabin with five Harvia Comfort radiators with a red backlight. Together with the grille, it perfectly fits the customised Harvia Futura interior made of common aspen. We chose alder moulding with narrow profiles of 15x68mthe to create a subtle contrast .  


Both the infrared cabin and the lighting supplied by the customer are controlled by Harvia Griffin Infra external regulation.