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sauna bath

Sauna is a heat therapy where dry heat is produced using a heater or a wood burning stove to slowly increase theSaunatemperature of a room. Usually this temperature is taken up to 70 degrees Celsius. People either sit or lie in a Sauna to take in as much heat as possible. A few minutes in a Sauna increase the internal temperature of the body which makes a better blood flow. It also opens all the pores in the body. Normally, after a few minutes in a Sauna, the bather goes out and jumps in cold water or takes a shower, and then returns to sauna to take in more heat. Saunas have very little humidity and so much higher temperatures can be used. In a room with sauna, wooden furniture is used so as to not lose heat generates by the heater.As described earlier, both the Steam Room and Sauna are heat therapies that seem to have the same benefits for human beings. The major difference between the two is that Sauna uses dry heat while in a Steam Room, the heat generated is moist. People have their own preferences and those who cannot bear high heat of a Sauna tend to go for Steam Rooms. The temperatures at which both heat therapies are used are also different. Whereas in a Sauna, the temperatures are high up to 70-80 degrees Celsius, Steam Rooms employ a temperature of Forty degrees.Both being heat therapies, Steam Room and Sauna are equally popular all over the world. It is only personal likes and dislikes of people that make them go for a particular system of taking heat.

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  • Name: halogenerator
  • Number: halogenerator

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Aside from the the already rich Himalayan Salt, which is the only salt to boast the 84 elements our body consists of, a salt generator also crushes White Himalayan salt comprised of 99.8% NaCl (Sodium Chloride) into micron-sized dry aerosol particles that are inhaled. The white Himalayan salt has a higher concentration of Sodium Chloride than the Pink Himalayan salt; this is especially beneficial for respiratory health. Both White Himalayan and Pink Himalayan salt particles have anti-inflammatory properties which open the airways and reduce or eliminate mucus from the lungs.

Salt/Halotherapy is based on salt's natural anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory properties and the negative ions it produces. The rich negative ion effect can be felt in nature in places like the ocean, near waterfalls and in pine forests. Our micro climate of negative ions and abundant minerals and elements packs the benefits of three days at the ocean into a 45 minute session. In this day and age we are exposed to a barrage of electromagnetic fields that produce positive ions such as from TV's, cell phones, computers, power lines, appliances, etc. Himalayan salt’s natural production of negative ions benefits the whole body system and combats the effects of free radicals (positive ions) from our environment

HALOGENERATOR IN SALT THERAPY

 

Power source :100--240 VAC, 50-60 Hz

The space cover:120 CBM

 Humidity of 40-50%. 

Temperature of 70-75 F. 

The aerosol concentration of 0,5-15 mg/m 3.
Power consumption :200 W
Electrical protection class :Class 1
Electrical emission :EN 50601-1-2 compliant
Salt consumption :0-150 g/h
Air volume :Max 1000 L/min
Salt tank capacity :150 g
Operating condition : 15-40℃ , 30 to 60% RH
Storage and transport conditions :-20 to 50℃,20 to 80% RH

 

External dimensions of device :400*270*600 mm

External dimension of controller : 320*160 *370 mm

Gross weight : 35 KG