Success with a healthy sauna environment
An optimal sauna environment is the most important prerequisite for a pleasant sauna and thus for the dynamic, healthy effects. A more fundamental importance s the pleasant heating environment in the sauna cabin.
Heat must not be measured as a parameter temperature but must rather be measured in the form of heat sensation. For example, if the air temperature in the room is 80° C with cool, surrounding walls and ceilings, the feeling in the space mostly feels unpleasantly cool. In the case of high temperatures, the heat in the respiratory tract and on the skin will usually be perceived as „pointed“ or „burnt“. As unpleasant as „burning“ and „unsustainable“ is, a certain air temperature is felt when the temperature of the walls and ceiling is too high. This shows, on the one hand, how important properly heated ceiling and wall surfaces of a sauna cabin are, while on the other hand, how truly important the materials used and their dimensions are as well.