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 on: February 02, 2017, 10:13:27 AM 
Started by phoenixbac - Last post by juliah

Steam Spa is not a top seller.  Your best to stick with Thermasol or Mr Steam who are large companies with a long history in the steam world with trust worthy Warranty and support.  Thermasol will give you that fast start of steam in 60 seconds and constant steam at a constant rate.  Mr steam does not provide constant steam but you can order the Express steam option if you want steam in 60 seconds.  Also, Thermasol has a powerflush to delime the unit and Mr. Steam has the option to add an autoflush for maintenance draining.  The Steam Spa may be showing a bit less expensive because the other manufacturers Express Steam and Autodrain are add-on options.  Remember, you get what you pay for.

 on: February 01, 2017, 02:25:57 PM 
Started by phoenixbac - Last post by phoenixbac
Hello All,

I am going to be installing a steam unit in a new bathroom.  I have been researching different units and have narrowed it down to Steam Spa, Thermasol or Mr. Steam.  The Steam Spa was recommended as a great unit with lifetime warranty, but I can't find enough reviews on it to pull the trigger.  It comes with auto drain, continuous steam and quick start (60 seconds to steam).  It is also the cheapest.  The Thermasol is the highest rated and has the same options as the Steam Spa, but is by far the most expensive. Then there is the Mr. Steam.  A very good unit, but doesn't have the continuous steam function.  Any thoughts or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.   

 on: January 16, 2017, 12:15:55 AM 
Started by Jamie - Last post by bathhomeward
Having fabulous amount of room for bathing, sauna is situated in Chicago. Steam-room is very humid

 on: November 10, 2016, 09:32:21 AM 
Started by Rich594 - Last post by Rich594
When we built our house we had our steam generator installed but didn't get the doors for the shower.  We finally are getting doors made and intend to begin using the generator.  Since it was never used is there anything specific we should do maintenance-wise before we turn it on?

 on: October 27, 2016, 09:20:34 AM 
Started by blue8888 - Last post by blue8888
I am in need of either a repair kit or a replacement for what Eagle terms a Function Shift Switch and called a diverter by my plumber. Eagle bath itself does not respond to my phone or email requests about this, and internet searches do not provide any other options. Any help would be much appreciated to allow use of the shower. Thanks.

 on: September 29, 2016, 09:42:44 PM 
Started by jess - Last post by jess
I am looking for a new control panel for my AquaGlass steam shower. Any ideas of where I can order one?

 on: August 31, 2016, 07:17:08 AM 
Started by Kfmckay - Last post by Kfmckay
Bought an older house with a sauna already in it. Has a finlania sauna heater When I hit the switch on the heater I can hear a click that it turned on but nothing lights up and no steam ever comes out. Wondering if I need to buy a new sauna heater or if I just need a part (like a heating element)

 on: August 26, 2016, 12:17:23 AM 
Started by optimist55116 - Last post by optimist55116
ok, i've read quite a few of the posts and haven't seen anything on the test values for the MSTS remote temp sensor for my Mr Steam MSSUPER1E unit.  Does anyone have the resistance measurements at 70F and 110 (or Huh) .

The help is much appreciated...and thanks for the forum. i'm been reading for quite awhile, even though I just joined(to post this request).

 on: July 28, 2016, 04:06:38 PM 
Started by george1947 - Last post by Misty
George, can you provide some more details?
  • What is the model number?
  • What is the kw size of your generator?
  • How many elements does your generator use

With this information, I would be better able to determine if it is compatible.  Feel free to send pictures too!

 on: July 28, 2016, 02:32:04 PM 
Started by george1947 - Last post by george1947
I have a kohler steam shower- heating element K500497 that has been discontinued by Kohler- they basically told me to buy a new steam unit in that the part is no longer available- it is a 5KW 240 volt heat element- I saw a 5KW 240 volt heat element AMRC3003-10- can I replace the Kohler K-500497 with the AMRC3003-10 and have it work effectively- george

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