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What is a Sauna Heater?

A sauna heater or sauna stove is used to create the high temperatures that are characteristic of a sauna. Sauna heaters can be both wood burning and electric, although any Finn will tell you wood burning creates the best löyly (pronounced "low-lou" and meaning: sauna steam, sauna feeling or sauna atmosphere). To create that perfect sauna environment your heater needs three things:

  1. A large stone capacity - To do sauna properly and create a great löyly, you need a heater with a lot of sauna stones. There should be gaps between the sauna stones, allowing air to easily pass between them, onto which water can be poured. This creates a heat that is enjoyable and warming, not an uncomfortable radiated heat created by heaters without stones.

  2. Durability - A broken heater is no heater at all. Sauna heaters take a lot of punishment. They get very hot (not surprising) and for a proper sauna experience, water should be added to the sauna stones. Your heater should be built well out of high grade materials in order to really last.

  3. Authenticity - Sadly most British people experience sauna in their gyms or health clubs, where there is a heater hidden behind a bench with no stones. Any sauna enthusiast will tell you that this is not a pleasant experience, creates a very bad löyly and certainly does not deserve to be called a sauna. To experience truly authentic sauna and gain from the many health benefits, you need a high-quality, authentic sauna heater.

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