Intensive heating

Infrared is a form of heat radiation that penetrates deeper through the skin than normal sauna heat and provides intensive heating. The radiation has a short frequency and a high intensity.

The therapeutic effect is known from the medical world. Infrared heat is used, among other things, for the relief of rheumatic complaints.

We recommend not to exceed the recommended time tu use the radiators. This time is set to ten minutes. The radiators will then turn off automatically. A too long stay for the infrared heaters is at your own risk.

If you have a metal implant in your body, we advise you not to use the infrared heaters.