Saunacore™ INFRA-CORE™ Emitters

INFRA-CORE Emitter Features

Medical grade for the most optimal health benefits.

100% Solid Ceramic Emitters
Emitter is concave shaped for concentrated heating. The concave surface will emit a “concentrated” radiant pattern, which is highly effective for zone heating of the sauna.

96% Infrared Energy Efficient
Produces infrared rays in the FAR Infrared Spectrum of 5.6 to 15 microns with a Lifetime warranty against burnout. (Estimated life in excess of 10,000 operational hours.)

Emitter Housing

Surgical Stainless Steel Chamfered baffle housing, directional heat deflector, and “central” opening grills for maximum concentrated radiant dispersion of infrared rays and heat directly into the sauna, for concentrated direct penetration engineered for intense high effective zone heating.

Sauna Heater Controls

Command II ControlsCommand II Controls

The Command II Infrared Sauna Controller is the latest generation of control panel to provide fingertip control to the sauna operation, audio system, fan, lighting etc. With Bluetooth streaming built in, you can play music from your smartphone (Android, Galaxy, iPhone, iPad, Nokia, HTC etc.) and listen to it as you bathe, while your device stays dry in another room!

  • Sensitive touch screen
  • Operates machine for up to 60 minutes + 90°C.
  • Slim design.
  • Digital display.
  • Telephone (through your device).
  • Bluetooth.
  • Black facia.
  • FM Radio - music.
  • USB connection port - music files.
  • Fan control - optional upgrade.
  • LED light control - optional upgrade.
  • Timer and temperature settings.
  • Low voltage.
  • Warning alarm alert.

Mercuri ControlsMercuri Controls

  • Compact, Energy Efficient Electronic Sauna Controller. 
  • Precise Time And Temperature Read-Out And Control.
  • Controller Automatically Stores Last Used Setup Data For Next Time Use.
  • Convenient, Independent One From Another Three Users Presets Allowing Immediate Start-Up With Parameters Set Differently For Each One. 
  • Can Be Configured For Both 120Vac Or 240Vac Operation.
  • Two Independent, Clear And Bright Displays For Time And Temperature.
  • Easily Configurable Between Celsius Or Fahrenheit Readouts.
  • Series Of Self-Diagnostics And Alarms For Extended Safety. Auto- Detects Temperature Sensor Failure, Prevents Sauna Operation In Over Temperature Condition.
  • Fits Standard 3-Gang Electrical Box.
  • Additional Aux Output Able To Control Device Of Your Choosing, Let It Be Radio, Lights, Fan, Or Any Other Device With Current Rating Below 10A 120Vac.

Mechanical ControlsMechanical Control

  • Mechanical thermostat with 12 ft. capillary.
  • 60 minute timer.
  • Pilot light. 

Contraindictions: Saunacore reserves the right to change, alter or discontinue models. Items and colours may not be exactly as shown. Sizes are approximate. Not liable for any misprints. Some models may require more than one power supply. Call for details. Consult a physician before using any sauna or steambath.

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Sauna Heaters Sizing & Selection

Sauna Heater Sizing ChartsMeasure the length, width and height (in feet) of the sauna. Multiply the three measurements together to get the basic room volume in cubic feet.


Divide the CUBIC FOOTAGE BY 50 = Kilowatts Required

(Select the next size of Saunacore model stove which exceeds the calculated room cubic feet.)


7ft length, 5 ft wide, 7 ft high (7 x 5 x 7 = 245)
245 divided by 50 = 4.9 KW
A 5 KW (5000 WATT) is required.

If there is any doubt in size, we always recommend the next larger size. (This is a general guideline.)

Ventilation System [IMPORTANT!]

Sauna Ventilation DiagramVentilation in a sauna room is extremely important to achieve the utmost in satisfaction and pleasure. It will also speed up the preheating of the sauna room. Lack of fresh air due to insufficient ventilation or poor management of ventilation can create an uncomfortable feeling. This often results in the symptoms of difficulty in breathing or burning of the skin. 

The expanded hot air in the sauna contains proportionately less oxygen than the denser atmosphere outside. Bathers sometimes experience faintness unless the air is changed regularly. An amount of fresh air enters each time the door is opened; this is insufficient, however. Normally two ventilators are built into the walls. 

The diagram shows the proper location of the vent openings. The inlet should be located below the heating unit (or close to it) and the outlet is located on the opposite side, on the ceiling or just below the ceiling. Recommended ventilation openings are 4” to 6” diameter, depending on the size of the sauna room.