Saunas and steam rooms use heat therapy to promote relaxation and improve wellbeing. They are installed in hotels, spas, leisure facilities and private homes. Read More
Steam rooms use wet, or moist, heat produced by a steam generator . The rooms are airtight and normally lined with ceramic tiles or plastic to prevent vapour from escaping.
Saunas use dry heat, and reach a much higher temperature than steam rooms but with a lower level of humidity. They are constructed using wood, due to the high temperatures, and can incorporate glass and aluminium for a contemporary aesthetic.
Some saunas may be powered using an infrared heater, which heats the users body rather than the surrounding area to provide a more tolerable temperature.
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