Far Infrared Sauna with Superior Carbon Heaters & Why You Should Care PDF Print E-mail

Far-Infrared Sauna with a unique twist on efficiency to deliver ONLY FIR wavelengths

Click to enlarge!Far Infrared Sauna's offer a different approach to detox than ordinary saunas - they heat with deeper penetrating far-infrared waves for a more thorough detox but most FIR Saunas also emit regular heat even if you don't know it!

The efficiency of a FIR Sauna involves how much of the heat energy is actually in the correct far infrared spectrum. Pure far-infrared is the spectrum of waves from 4 to 16 microns in wavelength but most FIR Saunas out there produce not only far-infrared but also near-infrared (0.76 to 1.5 micron) and mid-infrared (1.5 to 4 micron) waves from the sauna heater.

A new innovation in FIR Sauna technology makes these standard designs obsolete if you want the ultimate Far Infrared Sauna experience.

The heaters in a far-infrared sauna are normally made with various combinations of ceramic and charcoal materials along with electrical wiring induce the heat. The breakthrough in FIR Sauna technology involves a proprietary method of Activating Carbon Fibers to make them conductive to electricity. Since the Active Carbon Fibers? are conductive no copper wires or other sort of complicated and inefficient power supplies are necessary and the temperature stays very low.

The key is to have NO METAL in the heaters and they must have a large surface area.

Active Carbon Fibers? make this a reality

Although it looks like an ordinary infrared sauna, this sauna uses Active Carbon Fibers? that cover most of the interior within the sauna. In fact, it has the largest radiation surface area in the industry. Active Carbon Fibers? have up to a 20-times-larger surface area of radiation than other heaters that are commonly used in infrared saunas. With the total radiating surface of 3,200 square inches, our Sauna will provide you with the most advanced far-infrared experience. There is almost zero convection in the sauna with pure far-infrared. You will be amazed at how such a warm environment makes you feel so comfortable and pleasant.

When comparing to other brands keep in mind that the efficiency of Active Carbon Fibers which are delivering the optimum far-infrared heat without the waste heat of near-infrared and mid-infrared less surface area is actually needed to efficiently get you to the point of detoxification. Warming you internally is the ultimate goal - and with the best far-infrared technology you don't need to wait for 15-20 minutes while the sauna "warms up"! Our saunas only require a 2 minute startup and this means a lot more than just saving you some electricity.

Perspiration is not the only way to get benefits from using a sauna

Most of the other infrared sauna vendors talk about perspiration as if it is the only way that we can get benefits from using infrared saunas. However, our sauna can be used in many other ways, including the perspiration. Various other options maybe enjoyed. Such a variety is only possible because of the superior Active Carbon Fibers? technology and our accumulated knowledge on far-infrared. You can learn more about how to use our unique sauna when you ask our experts, who are ready to answer all of your questions at 1-541-434-0318.

Far Infrared Sauna Special

Order this FIR Sauna online & get all these
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Plus you'll get these extra last minute bonuses - retroactive if you already ordered:

  1. 2 Green 8 Cell Phone Protectors (~$70 value)
  2. A Complete Rife Research Kit ($47 value)
  3. 'Diet Wise' book by Dr Keith Scott-Mumby (I can without a doubt say this book changed my life)

That's over $130 real value worth of bonuses.

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Warmth delivered by Active Carbon Fibers?

This technology is different from other far-infrared heating devices, which commonly use linear heating coils embedded within thermally conductive materials. Pure Far-infrared by Active Carbon Fibers? delivers ultimate soothing warmth throughout entire your body. Each carbon fiber emits bio-genetic waves of far-infrared across most of the internal arch surface of the dome as it gets excited with an electric current. It feels soft, relaxing, pleasant, and refreshing, which you might not have experienced from any other heat source yet.

Proven safety

Active Carbon Fibers? have been used in hundreds of luxury commercial saunas internationally during last 5 years. Among more than 20,000 Active Carbon Fibers? that have been running 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, there has not been even a single failure or maintenance issue so far. And all of the original Active Carbon Fibers? are running today with new ones added continuously.

The following questions will help you to select the most suitable infrared sauna for you and your family or your business.

What wavelength does the sauna generate and why it is important?

The main reason that people like infrared saunas is because of its gentle heat. One of the attributes on its gentleness comes from its heaters that are efficient in emitting radiant heat. Most of the infrared sauna heaters radiate near-infrared (0.76-1.5 micron), mid-infrared (1.5-4 micron), and far-infrared (4-16 micron) energy bands.

The far-infrared has the largest energy distribution. The less near and mid-infrared a heater emits, the more comfortable it is for the user. When a person is exposed to shorter wavelength infrared rays such as near and mid-infrared, they will feel the heat and associated discomfort. Even small amounts of near-infrared and mid-infrared will cause noticeable heat and discomfort! A human body is naturally a 100% far-infrared emitter; therefore, it readily accepts 100% far-infrared.

Pure far-infrared (4-16 microns) is produced from an object that has surface temperature of less than 100°C (212°F). As an object gets hotter than 100°C (212°F), it begins to radiate mid and near-infrared. Therefore, in order to produce far-infrared exclusively, we need a heater that works at a temperature lower than 100°C (212°F).

Most infrared sauna heaters work hotter than 150°C and therefore, generate some amount of mid or near-infrared from their surfaces. As the temperature drops, the amount of shorter wavelength infrared is reduced.

However, not all sauna heaters can run at lower than 100°C (212°F). Most of them cannot make the sauna room hot enough. Infrared sauna manufacturers are competing to achieve as low a heater temperature as possible while keeping the room temperature hot enough to be a sauna. Some of them are successfully doing this by using larger surface heaters in their saunas.

When shopping for an infrared sauna, ask about the temperature of the heater surface. The lower the temperature, the better the quality infrared.

How much infrared does the heater produce?

The quantity of infrared depends on the surface area of the heater. Ideally, heaters would be large enough to cover the entire sauna surface area. This is hard to achieve due to the difficulties in design and the construction cost.

Enlarging the surface area of a heater not only makes the quantity of infrared greater but also achieves a lower operating temperature, which generates longer wavelength that is friendlier to the human body as explained earlier.

Ask about the surface area of heaters when you consider purchasing an infrared sauna.

Uniformity of heat

The reason why uniformity of heat is important is because the entire skin of a human body is a single organ that prefers to be treated uniformly. The great thing about infrared sauna is its uniformity of heat. Conventional saunas have a centralized heater that sits in a corner of the sauna which results in an uneven temperature distribution depending on the distance from the heater. On the other hand, heaters in infrared saunas are placed in multiple locations, which makes the heat within the sauna more evenly distributed.

However, the uniformity of heat distribution among infrared saunas is different from one to the other based on what kinds of heaters they use. A narrow ceramic heater leaves more cold spots compared to a wider surface heater. Therefore, in general, a wider surface heater will provide better uniformity of heat. Wide surface infrared heaters can be divided into two types.

One of them is a type where a heating element is covered by a highly heat conductive material so that the heat from the element can be spread out across the surface. The conductive cover itself then becomes a heater that radiates infrared. Although this type of heater produces more uniform radiation, there are temperature differences among the spots on the cover surface based on the distance from the heating element. The other type of surface heater uses evenly distributed fine carbon particles as the source of the heat across the heating surface. This latter type provides the maximum uniformity of temperature.

Carbon fiber panels provide the most uniform distribution of heat.

Where are heaters located?

As I stated earlier, infrared heaters in a sauna are placed in multiple locations. Each heater directs a specific body part of a user. Infrared is a kind of ray that shares common characteristics with other rays such as visible light; it travels straight. Therefore, it has to target a specific body part of the user to provide heat therapy.

In other words, if the surface of the heater is not facing towards on a specific body part, there is no direct therapeutic value to be derived. The user may still expect secondary therapeutic effects by increased overall blood circulation. The same principle applies to weight loss or detoxification. For example, if one is concerned about reducing the size of the stomach, you need an infrared sauna where at least one of its heaters targets the stomach to get results. You need to identify your problem areas and ensure that the infrared sauna you select has heaters that target these areas.

Large surface heaters are much more effective than tubular ceramic heaters

Which wood is used to make the sauna?

The most common wood that is used to build an infrared sauna is cedar. Many people prefer it since cedar provides a unique refreshing aroma especially when heated. However, there are people who do not like the smell and some who are allergic to it. Therefore, the best way of choosing a wood is to experience a demonstration. There are several other woods that are widely used for saunas including poplar, basswood, and pine. One thing that is common in these woods is the fact that they are soft woods. Softwoods respond better towards moisture and are more resilient with the expansion and shrinkage caused by heat than hardwoods and, therefore, make the sauna room more durable.

Select the right wood for you

Prices

Infrared saunas for two people are priced from $1,800 to $6,000. Imported saunas tend to be priced lower than domestic ones in most cases. Due to the price competition among sauna manufacturers, most of the saunas that are equipped with tubular ceramic heaters are priced at under $3,000. A few of them are even under $2,000. Saunas with high-tech heaters and large surfaces are sold at higher prices. One of them with the largest surface heater is priced at $6,000 MSRP.

You get what you pay for...

But now you can get all the advantages of the best Far Infrared Technology at a price that is affordable. A three person sauna which is wheelchair accessible for only $3600 plus shipping.

We do also have a single person sauna available which uses the same technology for $2500 plus freight. Call me for more info and photos.

 

Far Infrared Sauna Special

Order this FIR Sauna online & get all these
Bonuses worth over $130.00 USD


Plus you'll get these extra last minute bonuses - retroactive if you already ordered:

  1. 2 Green 8 Cell Phone Protectors (~$70 value)
  2. A Complete Rife Research Kit ($47 value)
  3. 'Diet Wise' book by Dr Keith Scott-Mumby (I can without a doubt say this book changed my life)

That's over $130 real value worth of bonuses.

 

 

Other components and miscellaneous features

There are many components in a sauna besides the heater. The bench is an important component. A potential buyer has to take a careful look at its construction to make sure it is strong enough to stand the weight and large enough to provide a comfortable session especially when he/she is overweight.

Our far-infrared saunas are designed to be easily assembled and disassembled for relocations. Power supply is either 110V or 220V. It consumes less than 2 Kilowatts of electricity and can fit 3 people comfortably and is even wheelchair accessible. Larger saunas that consume more electricity often need a 220V power supply but ours is 100V compatible. To eliminate power conflicts you really need a dedicated line of 20 Amps or more to run your sauna. They consume 17-18 Amps at 110V or 9 Amps at 220V for the international model. The international model is available in the US but delivery takes longer (cost is the same).

Our saunas require only 2 minutes for warmup time! This is a huge difference when comparing to other FIR Saunas. It's also a bonus power savings because you are only really using power when you are inside the sauna.

Ensure that the sauna and its electric components meet the safety standards required by safety certification organizations such as UL and CSA. Ask if the sauna comes with a safety feature such as a timed automatic shut off.

Finally, and most importantly, you should ensure that the company has knowledgeable and experienced staff in healthcare applications with infrared saunas. Knowing how to use an infrared sauna properly is as important as choosing the best one. Knowledgeable sales personnel can share their various experiences.

We can advise you on how to use the sauna to address your specific needs most effectively, regardless of whether they are joint or muscle pains, cardiovascular problems, weight loss, or detoxification. Also, we can work closely with healthcare or fitness professionals to help their clients get better consulted. Talk to us regarding your own specific needs. We work with and can provide you with access to these many professionals.

Call my technical support department for more info on FIR Saunas. Call me at 541-434-0318


Thanks for reading,
Joshua Parker

Product specification
Uses only solid Cedar Wood (no plywood)

Box Dimention:
48x76x16 (inches)
48x48x72 (inches) when assembled

Gross Weight(Boxed):
450 lbs.
$3600 + $500 shipping in US

 

Far Infrared Sauna Special

Order this FIR Sauna online & get all these
Bonuses worth over $130.00 USD


Plus you'll get these extra last minute bonuses - retroactive if you already ordered:

  1. 2 Green 8 Cell Phone Protectors (~$70 value)
  2. A Complete Rife Research Kit ($47 value)
  3. 'Diet Wise' book by Dr Keith Scott-Mumby (I can without a doubt say this book changed my life)

That's over $130 real value worth of bonuses.

Expert consultation

Learning how to use a far-infrared product is as important as choosing a good one. Our accumulated knowledge will let you experience the optimal benefits of far-infrared. Knowledgeable scientists and industry experts who have been using and researching alternative health products for many years will let you go through continuous education process to make sure you get the best results.

Call our technical support department for more info on FIR Saunas and ask about our January special bonus (free Rainbow with FIR Sauna purchase). Call us at 541-434-0318

Product specification
Uses only solid Cedar Wood (no plywood)

Box Dimention:
48x76x16 (inches)
48x48x72 (inches) when assembled

Gross Weight(Boxed):
450 lbs.
$3600 + $500 shipping in US

 

Far Infrared Sauna Special

Order this FIR Sauna online & get all these
Bonuses worth over $130.00 USD


Plus you'll get these extra last minute bonuses - retroactive if you already ordered:

  1. 2 Green 8 Cell Phone Protectors (~$70 value)
  2. A Complete Rife Research Kit ($47 value)
  3. 'Diet Wise' book by Dr Keith Scott-Mumby (I can without a doubt say this book changed my life)

That's over $130 real value worth of bonuses.