Best Sauna Heater Supplier in Mathura
Bath Systems is home to a range of best Sauna Heaters catering to the requirements of homes and commercial spas. A leading Sauna Heater Supplier in Mathura, we sell safe & high-quality equipment. We understand the importance of a sauna bath and so all our products are designed to make you feel energetic and refreshed. Our Sauna Heaters are fabricated using high-quality materials that are tested for their quality and efficiency. They are designed and delivered within the time frame in Mathura. We also take orders in bulk and supply items to distant parts of the country.
DO'S & DON'TS
Simply stated, sauna heaters are designed for water to be sprinkled over the rocks. By definition, a sauna is a wood lined hot room where the bather has the ability to change humidity levels by ladling water over the rocks. Ideally, all saunas, commercial and residential, should allow responsible bathers to use water on the sauna rocks; however, many clubs choose to not allow bathers to add water for a variety of reasons.
- "It is an electrically powered unit, and water should not be poured on electrical devices." This is sound reasoning, if talking about toasters or hair dryers, but we are talking about neither. Think of a sauna heater more like an electric kitchen range which has water or moisture around or on it constantly. Sauna heaters are safety listed grounded appliances and are designed for water to be only sprinkled over the rocks.
- "Our bathers have damaged our heater by pouring water over the rocks." Pouring too much water over the rocks, especially if the heater has yet to fully heat the rocks, can eventually damage the heater, but if patrons are instructed on proper use of water and fresh water (not pool water) is provided in a bucket with a ladle, most patrons will respect the privilege of using water on the rocks. Chances are the people who would abuse the use of water already are by pouring water from their water bottles over the rocks. At one club I attended, the facility did not allow water to be used, so patrons would bring in liter bottles of water and empty the bottle all at once, then refill the bottle and pour again. A typical ladle of water is 4-6 ounces. A liter is 33.8 ounces, or between 5 and 8 times the amount of water recommended to be used at a time. By not providing a way to pour a measured amount of water, the club was actually doing more harm than if they would have provided the bucket and ladle. Lastly, sauna heater rocks settle over time and need to have new rocks added regularly. The tops of your elements should remain covered with rocks. It’s one of the simplest steps a club can take in increasing the life of their sauna heater elements.
- Do not dry wet cloths & wet towel on sauna heater.