Saunas have been around for many years, but more recently a new invention has been originated using infrared technology to elevate the temperature in a sauna's cabin. The original infrared saunas were developed in the 1960's as an energy-efficient method to heat a sauna. in many ways different to the traditional sauna, sometimes called a Finnish sauna known to use a regular heat source, such as a stove or fire, which heats rocks to a very high temperature. These hot rocks is what in turn heat up the sauna itself, reaching around 180 to 195 degrees Fahrenheit.

An infrared sauna is a sauna that uses infrared technology rather than a traditional heat source in order to raise the sauna's temperature to a desired level. Fortunately, for those who love saunas and steam rooms, modern infrared saunas can be installed in an average home at a very reasonable prices.

Infrared Suanas

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