Saunas (Infrared)

Frequently Asked Questions regarding infrared saunas from Eco-Tech Saunas.

No you definitely cannot use water in an infrared sauna to create steam. All infrared saunas are to be used dry. The only way you can have the best of both worlds infrared and steam is to purchase our dual sauna. In the dual sauna you can have the benefits of an infrared sauna and if you want to create steam then switch to the traditional and put the water on the hot rocks to give you the steam your desire.

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Some models have 120v 15 amp that will need a dedicated line and other models have 240v 20 amp that will need a dedicated line. It is recommended to check your local electrical code and have a licensed electrician install wiring and outlet.

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Yes it is, but you should always consult your physician before beginning any new programs.

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It is not recommended to stay in it no longer than 40 minutes. If you start to feel dizzy exit the sauna and drink water and cool down.

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It will take approximately 15-20 minutes.

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Your sauna will reach 120-140 degrees Fahrenheit.

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