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Our guides for sauna and wellness technology:


Checklist – Sauna technology for sauna operators

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STONES regular, optical control. When the stones have settled, remove them completely. Clean the rock store and clear it of brittle stones with deposits, stone fragments and residues. Replace with correctly sized stones suitable for the heater. Loosely stack stones again to achieve sufficient air flow.

ACCESSORIES
Do all attached parts such as brackets, heater guard rail, stack frames, sand timers, hygrometers, thermometers, etc. fit?

DISTANCES to flammable parts.
Is the heater still in the correct location? Were flammable parts retrofitted near the heater? See safety distances in the respective operating instructions.

SUPPLY AIR & EXHAUST AIR OPENING as well as ventilation grille check
Are the openings correct, i.e. not closed, blocked or covered? Remove lint and other residues from any existing ventilation grids.

FUNCTION of all sauna components correct.
e.g. does the switch work correctly? Are there visually detectable damages to the sauna components? e.g. to the lighting, heater, control unit, cables, etc.

SAFETY DEVICES, if available, check for function and stability.

BASE AREA OF THE SAUNA HEATER clean and check for sauna stone particles or other residues.

CLEANING of painted and unpainted metal parts.
According to material and surface refinement at regular intervals, as well as all other sauna components, with suitable cleaning agents.

VAPORIZER TANK regularly decalcify and clean combination heaters.
Cleaning / decalcification only with appropriate means. Inquire about your local water hardness.

ATTENTION! Please have your sauna system serviced regularly by a licensed specialist.

 


Checklist – Maintenance & service for sauna builders

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STONES check for damage / spalling, position or lowering.
When stones have settled, remove them completely. Clean the rock store and clear it of brittle stones with deposits, stone fragments and residues. Replace with correctly sized stones suitable for the heater. Loosely stack stones again to achieve sufficient air flow.

HEATING ELEMENTS check.
Are all heating elements still glowing?

ACCESSORIES do all attached parts, screws, brackets etc. fit?

DISTANCES to flammable parts.
Is the heater still in the correct location? Were flammable parts retrofitted near the heater? See safety distances in the respective operating instructions.

FRESH AIR CIRCULATION check the supply air and exhaust air opening of the cabin for the correct size for the heater (see also the operating instructions). If available and necessary, check the fan as well. Clean existing ventilation grilles.

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS check connections and supply lines for visual damage.

CONTROL UNIT check for error messages.

FUNCTION of all sauna components correct.
Does the switch etc. work correctly? Are there visible damages? (e.g. to the fans, lighting, heater, control unit, etc.)

SAFETY DEVICES check for function and stability.

BASE AREA OF THE SAUNA HEATER clean and check for sauna stone particles or other residues.

CLEANING of painted and unpainted metal parts according to material and surface refinement at regular intervals, as well as all other sauna components, with suitable cleaning agents.

VAPORIZER TANK regularly decalcify and clean combination heaters.
Inquire about your local water hardness.

ATTENTION! Work on the electrical system of the heater, on wiring etc. may only be carried out by a trained and licensed electrician!



Overview – Most common mistakes

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Overview of the most common mistakes in sauna planning and sauna equipment usage and servicing.
Errors and omissions excepted. All information is without guarantee.





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