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Cedrus Sauna Manual

The atmosphere and look of the classic design honors Finnish sauna as it has been for ages. Each piece of wood is symmetrically and neatly arranged next to each other. The classic design is simple and beautiful at the same time.

Cedrus Sauna Manual

The red cedar three person five sided modular sauna room kit can be assembled in just hours. The unique five sided design is perfect for smaller areas where you need a little extra space. Modular sauna rooms can be conveniently disassembled and relocated if you decide to move or desire a different location in your home.

Available stand alone or with a Polar Junior 3.0kW Heater. The electric sauna heater can be used dry or scoop water on sauna heater rocks for comforting steam like traditional Finnish Sauna. Unsurpassed in quality just compare weights with our competitors. This complete kit weighs in at 884 lbs. with heater and accessories. Note: Flat rate shipping to U.S Islands reachable only by ferry will require an additional shipping charge, please call to order for the most accurate shipping rates.

We are here to help if your Cedrus infrared sauna has any issue. We can guarantee a flawless sauna repairing experience ever. Our team members are professional and have backgrounds in repairing Cedrus saunas. We ensure the best possible solution for your sauna.

Please click on the links below for the sauna assembly instructions. If you have questions regarding the assembly of your SunRay Sauna, please contact us at 800-976-5530, we will be happy to assist you.

We are excited about the prospect of your family owning a sauna! And the purpose of this article is to empower you with the information needed to help you decide which sauna is right for you, which is the best infrared sauna for home use, and how to avoid common mistakes when buying your sauna.

Near-infrared is all around us today. We use it to control our TV or mouse remotely. Not until the 1950s did Near-Infrared make its debut in its first industrial application for optical devices. In the 1980s, Near-infrared was focused more on chemical analysis and later became a powerful scientific research tool. Traditionally near-infrared was used in scientific laboratories and medical instruments for calibration, diagnostics, agriculture, food, and production of pharmaceutical compounds. Not until the first decade of the new millennium, did Near-infrared make its way into a sauna. Near-infrared light is closest in wavelength to visible light and is the size of cells. As Near-infrared light penetrates the skin and acts upon the water molecules of the cell for normalized cellular pH.

Near-infrared is the newest light feature for infrared saunas. At the manufacturing level, many of these red light bulbs on the market are not used for health benefits so much as they are used to provide convection heat in the sauna. Most sauna companies are not calibrating their thermostats to measure the temperature at your chin instead temperature is measured at the roof making it difficult to get the whole sauna cabinet the actual temperature reading displayed on the control panel. Near-Infrared Heat Emitters are typically Quartz with a reflector to concentrate the heat in a particular direction. Near-Infrared Bulbs are rated 250W and their bulbs must be replaced every two years when using the older technology. Be sure to ask your sales representative for the lifetime hours of their near-infrared heaters.

Far infrared sauna technology produces radiant heat. Radiant heat warms a molecule directly. In a properly calibrated far infrared heater of 9.4 microns, the light will act directly on your cells exciting them with vibration and energy to more efficiently carry out cellular functioning to an optimal level of homeostasis. In fact, a bandwidth of 9.4 microns of far infrared light is the exact output of far infrared light the human body produces in the form of body heat. Far infrared light emissions measured at 9.4 microns are called biophotons.

Far infrared biophotons confirmed by Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp are the particles of light, with no mass, that transmit information within and between cells. His work shows that DNA in living cells stores and releases photons, creating biophoton emissions. These biophoton emissions are released in the form of far infrared light and are the power source of our cells. When we are in optimal health, we emit more light and in poorer health, we emit less light. The infrared light produced by our far infrared sauna heater technology and in your own body is the mechanism for cellular communication and healing.

Portable infrared saunas are a short-term investment for people who frequently travel and have already made infrared sauna part of their health regimen. These saunas are extremely portable and are often offered for $150 to $800 depending on the quality. You cannot purchase replacement heaters or components for these saunas and rarely do they have a warranty in excess of a year. They all use an older far infrared carbon technology that emits the entire bandwidth of far infrared light between 5 and 15 microns in equal parts but your body reflects all but 9.4 microns. Many of these sauna heaters lack the opposing EMF heater layer and lack the EMF shielding that contributes to their high EMF fields. Although you can experience some benefits from these saunas it is important to consider the materials they are made from and the toxins these saunas can outgas. Plastics, foam, polyester can all outgas when heat is applied. Many of these types of saunas do produce high EMF levels that are over 100mG in some areas. Due to the close proximity of the heaters and electronic components to your body, you may consider purchasing a sauna with lower EMF readings. Most of these units come with a small portable chair to sit with your head and hands out of the sauna. We lose significant heat from the top of our head so your body is able to cool itself using the air temperature around it limiting the promotion of sweat production, the whole point of using a sauna.

As Celebration Saunas grew in the industry, we came to understand that we were only as good as the saunas we sold and the support we could provide customers long after their purchase. Early in my career, we did not always receive great saunas, and sometimes not even acceptable ones. We Needed To Control Our Own Destiny, and we decided the only way to be the best far infrared sauna company was to manufacture our own saunas. We had a clear vision of what a far infrared sauna should be, for you, and we felt destined to make it a reality. We wanted a sauna we Would Want In Our Own Home. Partnering with Golden Designs Inc., in Ontario, CA allowed us to do exactly that. One of the things we love most about the partnership are the prices we can deliver to our customers and the freedom to provide all our customers all the common industry accessories, with a full lifetime warranty at a savings of over $1000 when compared with our competitors.

Carbon fiber heaters were a huge technology change in the sauna industry that introduced a more even distribution of heat and solved the safety issues of overheating ceramic elements and hot spots that could scorch the sauna walls and backrests. The malleability of carbon meant the surface area could be expanded for a fuller whole body coverage when positioned around the body, for cell to cell charging. Fiber carbon heaters also made sauna usage more energy-efficient costing owners half that of a traditional sauna. The introduction of fiber carbon panels presented a safer more efficient way of delivering far infrared more closely tuned to the human body. Many infrared carbon sauna heater panels on the market use the first carbon panel technology that was introduced around 2007. The first carbon heaters still used today are the least expensive carbon heating panel. These heaters emit a bandwidth of far infrared light from 5 to 15 microns with a concentrated emission of the desired 9.4 microns approximately 50% of the time.

First Generation Carbon Heaters: If the micron range of a carbon sauna heater is between 5 and 15 microns you are looking at 1st generation heaters. 1st generation heaters have a larger surface than their ceramic counterpart and are made by impregnating carbon between two fiberglass sheets. The EMF output on these heaters can be over 100mG. The life expectancy of this older heater technology is about 2 years.

Third-generation carbon heater technology and 2nd generation nano-carbon heater technology meet Low EMF technology. The Micron range has narrowed further 8 to 10 microns and the EMF levels are under 10 milligauss (mG). These are the most common heaters used in-home saunas. These carbon heaters are durable enough to last 50 years.

Fourth Generation and the Newest heater technology. If you are looking at sauna heaters that are 8 to 10 microns emitting exactly 9.4 microns of far infrared light 87% of the time and the EMF levels are near 0 or 0.3 you are looking at the newest Biophoton, Nano-carbon heater technology available. Biophoton Nano-carbon heaters are thin, wide, and lightweight. These heaters use all non-toxic materials, have extraordinarily low EMF levels, and are very energy efficient. Biophoton Nano-carbon sauna heaters are hospital grade where an EMF of 0 is required as we do encounter EMF-sensitive clients. Biophoton Nano-carbon far infrared heaters are extremely durable and have an average life expectancy of 50 years. 041b061a72