Service – Sauna

Service – Sauna

AquaLab has been utilizing the latest technologies and materials to satisfy all customers with pleasant and healing sauna experiences. We can offer high-end tailor-made saunas in all ranges, even for some of the most complex projects.

A classic Dry Sauna is a cozy, wooden room designed to increase your body temperature and make you sweat to improve your detoxification process.

The dry sauna works its magic by using an electric, wood, or gas-powered heater to heat up stones. The sauna room then warms up to a high temperature, ranging from 75 to 90°C. As the room heats up, the air inside becomes hot and dry, with a relative humidity around 5 to 15%.

Occasionally, a scoop of water is poured on the heater, spreading a comfortable and steamy heat in the sauna room.

If the high temperature of dry sauna is too extreme for you, Soft Sauna may be your to-go option.

By replacing the traditional sauna heater with a new model combined with water tank and steam generator, you can have a milder version of sauna stays at a temperature of around 45°C to 65°C, while with a very high humidity of around 30 to 65%.

The concept of soft sauna will appeal to those who want a gentler sauna bath experience, with the possibility of taking longer sauna sessions.

An aesthetic wall built by pink Himalayan salt bricks add charm and personality to your sauna interior, with the warm backlit enhances the shades and colors of the salt, creating a near nature atmosphere.

By inhaling the thin saline particles diffused in the cabin, you can purify and rejuvenate the skin, improve your breathing, and promote the effectiveness of the sauna bath.

Rather than using the traditional sauna heating element, infrared sauna use the infrared spectrum to promote relaxation, let you obtain the deeply penetrating heat benefits.

As your body absorbs the infrared heat, this will increase thermal energy inducing a deep and relaxing sweat. The lower temperatures of an infrared cabin means you can stay in longer, getting even more benefits.

You can even complement your traditional sauna by installing extra infrared emitters, creating a 2 in 1 combined experience.