The integral infra panels in Tylö’s Prime infra cabins provide invigorating long-wave infrared heat. This heat provides a pleasant sensation of relaxation and is the same as the heat received from the sun.
The heat from the panels penetrates deep into the body, and are widely used by beauticians to improve the efficiency of a number of skin treatments. Infrared radiation is also used in various types of medical therapy to alleviate the symptoms of rheumatism and aching muscles.
The infra cabin’s heat is based on the CarbonFlex™ heating system, whose large infra panels guarantee even heat distribution in the bench, wall and floor sections.
The infra cabins are available in seven different sizes and models and are suitable for between 1 and 4 people. Five of the models have a front entrance whilst two are accessed through a corner entrance. The wall elements are made of Canadian hemlock panels and the front is fully glazed with a tempered top quality floor-to-ceiling glass door. No tools are required for assembly thanks to the self-locking metal fittings on the wall and ceiling sections. The cabin connects to a 230V outlet with a normal plug. The rooms are also equipped with a stereo and colour therapy, which is controlled using the integral control panel. All models are also fitted with halogen spotlights providing normal light.