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Choose the right sauna heater!

Choosing the right sauna heater

An electric sauna heater is a big part of your sauna interior, and partly it is important that it is adapted to the size of a sauna and at the same time it is an opportunity to put your own character in your sauna, with a large selection you can only choose the style of the sauna heater that suits you best.

A sauna heater is the heart of a sauna

Here you will find a variety of surface, color and shape to choose from everything from the classic sauna heater to the drip-shaped where the stone chest is completely visible. Obviously among the sauna heaters is good function and high quality with a goal to create the best sauna experience.

Choice of power requirement for electric heaters (kW)

It is the number of cubic meters (m 3 ) that is the basis for how many kW the sauna space requires.

Guidelines are 1kW = 1.3 m 3      (the number of cubic meters in your sauna / 1.3 = cubic meters the number to be adapted to the power of the unit)

Additional factors for calculating a sauna heater

The cubic meter volume in your sauna may need to be calculated as the power requirement is affected by, among other things, by:

- Surfaces in a sauna consisting of glass, concrete or tile increase the power demand and your sauna volume is calculated by 1.2.

Sauna volume x 1.2 = new calculated number of cubic meters / 1.3

If you have large areas of material that affect the power requirement, additional calculation can be made according to. below.

Per square meter (m 2 ) of tile, glass etc. that are in the sauna add 0.5 cubic meters (m 3 ) to the actual volume of the sauna.

Per square meter (m 2 ) of glass or uninsulated walls facing the outside of the house add 1 cubic meter (m 3 ) to the actual volume of the sauna.

Sauna insulation, is it insulated enough?

It is important to have good insulation of a sauna in walls and especially in the ceiling. If there is no insulation, the sauna volume should be calculated by 1.5

Sauna volume x 1.5 = new calculated number of cubic meters / 1.3

(The above calculations are for a sauna in private use)

About the sauna heating

Don't choose too high power on your electric heater. An oversized unit can cause it to malfunction. The function of the unit is that stones are laid for heating on the heat source (coils of the unit). A good heating of the sauna is based on the fact that the unit will work for a long time to allow the stone warehouse to heat up. If you choose too high an effect for your space, you get a dry and hot sauna when the unit works for a short time to heat the stones. When "bathing" water is poured with a scoop over the stones, the stones are really hot evaporate the water and the humidity in the sauna increases. If you choose a sauna heater with too high power, your sauna heats up quickly, when the temperature is reached, the heater is switched off and then works for shorter periods. This can lead to the stone warehouse becoming cold and during bathing the water does not evaporate effectively, you get a hot and dry sauna.

The best sauna bath

Only you yourself know how it should be in your sauna to get the best enjoyment, there are no given rules. Most too dry saunas, most people do not think is a pleasant experience, the interest goes towards the more humid sauna.

Normal temperatures to baste in are at 70-90 degrees C.

But which sauna heater should I choose?

About Narvi sauna heaters

Good sauna heaters that are very reliable are Finnish Narvi which has a large range both for the smaller sauna owner as well as for large installations in bathhouses, swimming pools etc. Narvi has a stylish look and a classic sauna heater which is much appreciated. In the Narvi family you find control directly via the sauna heater or via an external control panel that you can set up on a suitable surface around the sauna.

About Sawo sauna heaters

If you want both quality and a lower price, we have, for example, SAWO which combines both low price and highest quality. Sawo is, like Narvi, a Finnish company with many years of experience. In recent years, SAWO has lifted the design with many new sauna heaters but still at lower prices. SAWO has also thought about fire protection for their "tower" units as they can be installed directly against the sauna wall, which makes the units space-saving.

About German EOS sauna heaters

EOS is central Europe's favorite in terms of aggregates combined with unique design and functionality. EOS Werke, which is called the company, manufactures its units in Germany and has a very strict control over the manufacturing process where no quality deficiencies can occur. EOS released its anniversary models 2 years ago and with a completely unique design, but the production is in a limited edition. If you want an anniversary aggregate, the neighbor probably won't have the same in a year. EOS normally costs a lot more than other sauna heaters, but you get something completely unique.

About Huum's drop sauna heater.

Huum is a sauna heater in its own class. Designed as a drop or as some say an egg shape. Huum's sauna heater is mounted directly against the wall and has a large stone casket which makes it look very unique where it sits on the wall. Huum has won the design award via "Reddot award-2015" for its modern design and intelligent control function. The control is done via an app in the phone which means you can turn on the unit in the office or in the car on the way home to get the sauna warm and ready for a sauna at any time. Huum's appearance comes from nature's own form as a drop.