HomeHelpSearchLoginRegister

Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?
December 04, 2016, 12:17:10 AM
Username:
Password: 


Login with username, password and session length
Search

Stats
1,853 Posts in 716 Topics by 3,175 Members
Latest Member: PeterKnits
+  SteamSaunaBath User Forum
|-+  Recent Posts
Pages: 1 ... 6 7 [8] 9 10
 71 
 on: December 02, 2014, 09:24:05 AM 
Started by sailor1905 - Last post by sailor1905
I have a generator looking for to replace the old control which doesn't work anymore. I was wondering which control unit should i get or should i get new generator and control unit please advice. It is probably 20 years old.
Thanks a lot.

Ms225 240v 32 amps 1 24vac 5060 7.5kw
s/n p56989

 72 
 on: November 14, 2014, 10:57:30 AM 
Started by pattyobrien3 - Last post by pattyobrien3
I've installed my own sauna as part of a basement remodel, and I'm pleased with the installation in general, but I have noticed a significant heat stratification issue, and I'm not sure how to address it. 

Essentially, the heat rises, as it does, to the top, (~6.5 foot tall sauna) but the bench is only about 2.5 feet above the floor.  So my head and chest are pretty hot, midsection is warm, and my legs and feet are cold.  I'd estimate there's a ~40 degree difference from my head to my feet, which is a bit odd.  When I stand up, I notice that the ceiling is nice and warm, but it's mostly wasted, as I can't hang from the ceiling.     

So, I'm wondering how to get the nice, hot air hanging out at the top circulated around.  I do have vents in the sauna, but I'm keeping them closed, as I don't think fresh (cold) air circulating is going to help anything. 

I'm considering installing a fan at the top to blow the warm air down, but I'm not sure if fans are a good idea to put in a sauna. 

I could always build the benches up a bit higher, as I've seen that done before, but that's not really addressing the stratification issue - I'm simply raising myself up to a higher temperature area. 

So, what is the best way to address heat stratification in a sauna? 

 73 
 on: October 28, 2014, 10:10:29 AM 
Started by nyjumpee - Last post by nyjumpee
Hello!  I just moved into a house that has an Aqua Steam / Aqua Glass ASM-2 5kw Steam Generator system.  It works great but I know that the house has been empty for a few years and I wanted to flush the system and get some info on the control unit in the shower (it's octagon shaped with a digital display and a little knob sticking out of the bottom that turns. . .don't know what it's for).

I've searched online for "asm-2 manual" etc.  Aqua Glass is out of business.  I've hit a bunch of dead ends.  Anyone know where or how I can find the original install and/or user manual for this unit?  Thanks!

 74 
 on: September 12, 2014, 07:40:10 PM 
Started by Ss853 - Last post by Ss853
I am looking to install my steam generator in a closest about 25' away from my shower.  The steam line will require about 4 90 degree fittings before reaching the shower.  Will this impede the flow of steam to my shower? Thanks, sean

 75 
 on: August 26, 2014, 07:39:35 AM 
Started by Jarvi - Last post by davidsnell
Towel warmer is completely effective accessories for modernized and luxurious bathroom.  I am impressed with his working performance and effectiveness.

You can hang your clothes on towel warmer during rainy season, this is effective for cold countries where you are not able to bath without warm clothes and towel after all you have to wrap yourself in the bath towel after shower. Here is some more effective accessories which you can prefer to install for your house like: heated towel rails, electric towel warmer, wall mounted towel warmers.

 76 
 on: July 28, 2014, 08:31:49 AM 
Started by Jarvi - Last post by reok9
im putting in mr steamer in my shower and want to get a towel warmer too.  i would like to know more about the different brands.  i see a lot of opinions here about these "better" brands but nobody is sayin why or if they got warranty like the mr steamer ones.  does anyone have more details about these other brands?  my plumber says the mr steamer ones are the best quality at the best price and that some of the other companys are selling the same exact ones under a different brand name.  can you help me make a good choice?

 77 
 on: July 27, 2014, 05:29:26 PM 
Started by Jarvi - Last post by sola
Electric or hydronic, a towel warmer is basically a rack that heats and dries your towels and it can do a good job keeping your bathroom warm and making the humidity go away. That being said, they are of use only if chosen wisely. Get cheap and you'll waste your money. I shall agree with Mandela10 that best towel warmer is Thermique but it is just too expensive for some people. Amba can be a cost-effective choice. It is not cheap but it is also not super costly and unlike many other cheap brands, it does heat up decently.

 78 
 on: July 25, 2014, 10:38:55 AM 
Started by kiley2008 - Last post by Misty
Yes, with the right circumstances this is no problem!  Answer a few questions that might help determine if this would work for you...

  • Is this for your home?
  • Are the steam rooms on the same level?
  • How far apart are they?
  • Will they operate simultaneously?

 79 
 on: July 25, 2014, 09:48:24 AM 
Started by kiley2008 - Last post by kiley2008
Hello.  We are looking to remodel two showers into steam rooms but would like to utilize one steam generator to operate two steam rooms.  Can this be done?

I look forward to your suggestions.  Thank you!

K.K.

 80 
 on: March 25, 2014, 11:32:02 PM 
Started by Swoop - Last post by Bernard
The most important factor in selecting a sauna heater make is the merchant you are purchasing it from.  Do they have a long standing history with the brand and do they stock replacement parts.  A local service provider and warranty are also very important.

There are hundreds of horror stories of bathers trying to save money on the web and getting stuck with inoperable products from a store that disappeared a few months later.

This brand is not well represented in the united states and lacks appropriate support to be recommended. 

Pages: 1 ... 6 7 [8] 9 10

Copyright 2003-2016 © Steam Sauna Bath is a division of Bathing Brands, Inc. All Rights Reserved.