- Product Description
All of our Traditional Finnish Saunarium Cabins are manufactured in our UK factory using Grade A Scandinavian kiln dried spruce from managed and replanted forests, timber selection is crucial to the correct performance of the sauna cabin. Spruce, which has both low heat absorption and low resin content is ideal.
Our products are tested in the UK by the independent testing house 'Nemko' to meet British and European Standard. With over 40 years experience in Traditional Sauna Cabin manufacturing, we pride ourselves on quality at exceptional prices.
D2030 Finnish saunarium cabin 1860 x 1350 x 1950mm is suitable for up to three people, supplied complete with a 4.5kW Oceanic saunarium heater with mini steam generator and 15kgs of peridotie rocks. The saunarium features 5 slat benches with supports, back rests, slatted floor mat (all supplied flat packed), a modern full height safety glass door with polished chrome & Ash wood handle and polished chrome hinges, heater guard, towel and fragrance rack, four 125ml bottles of Saunaroma (Lavender, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Orange) headrests, traditional water bucket with liner and sculpted ladle, sand timer, thermometer, and lighting, a special water resistant coating - in order to cope with the differing conditions and the high levels of humidity staunacoat barrier treatment is applied to all of the internal surfaces of the cabin walls ceiling and benches to stop water being absorbed. Assembly instructions, caution plate, operation and maintenance manual, water resistant encapsulated bathing rules card and all fitting and fixings.
All panels are fully insulated with rockWool fibre, and are clad on both the exterior and interior faces allowing the cabin to be assembled free standing in almost any location without the need for brickWork, plastering or fixing to walls .The door mounted in its frame is the same size as a panel and entirely symmetrical allowing its position on the to be readily interchanged, though the door must for safety reasons be opened outward it can be hinged either left or right. In many cabins it is possible to have more than one bench layout, we are happy to advise on individual circumstances.
Saumarium - a combination of sauna and steam bathing all in one. The art and tradition of varying the conditions in a steam bath date back to Roman times and before; different rooms were often used with variations in the temperature and humidity to provide different experiences.Nowadays thanks to digital controls a broad variation of conditions can be experienced in a single room; our traditional stauna heater combines a steam generator with a sauna heater with a controller that allows a number of settings as follows –
Sauna– The traditional dry air bathing with temperatures from 75 to around 100C, water can be splashed onto the rocks for short bursts of humidity; the tradition dates back more than 2000 years.
Caldarium– Hot steam bathing with temperatures from 55 to 65C the steamer operates for 80% of the time, provides a superb and invigorating hot steam experience.
Sanarium– Soft steam with temperatures from 48 to 55C the steamer operates around 90% of the time for a softer more gentle experience to melt away aches or ease the strains of a stressful day.
Tepidarium– 100% steaming, temperatures up to 48C the steamer is also operating continuously, add crushed herbs or a few drops of essential oil to the steamer for aromatherapy treatments to suit your mood.
Special water resistant coating- In order to cope with the differing conditions and the high levels of humidity staunacoat barrier treatment is applied to all of the internal surfaces of the cabin walls ceiling and benches to stop water being absorbed.
Dimensions (LxWxH) 2170 x 1660 x 1950mm Controller OC-ST Saunarium Electrical Supply 230V 1N~ / 400V 3N~ Flat Packed Yes Materials the Sauna can be erected on Vinyl, Ceramic, Concrete Width of 5 Slat Benches 430mm Number of Low Benches 2 Number of High Benches 1 Heater Size 6kW Hard Wiring Required Yes Air Gap Requirements 25mm
- Celebration or Deluxe
Our Celebration saunas are our most popular and cost effective specification, they feature kiln dried Finnish Spruce timber for the benches, backrests, floor mat and heater guard.
For those seeking extra style and comfort, our Deluxe specification offers an upgrade to Abachi timber for the benches, backrests, floor mat and heater guard, the backrest has an additional slat and is ergonomically curved for user comfort. Abachi timber is knot free hardwood with an attractive appearance, it is selected for use in saunas due to its low thermal conductivity.
- Product Features
The Saunarium System
Sauna – The traditional dry air bathing with temperatures from 75 to around 100C, water can be splashed onto the rocks for short bursts of humidity; the tradition dates back more than 2000 years.
Caldarium – Hot steam bathing with temperatures from 55 to 65C the steamer operates for 80% of the time, provides a superb and invigorating hot steam experience.
Sanarium – Soft steam with temperatures from 48 to 55C the steamer operates around 90% of the time for a softer more gentle experience to melt away aches or ease the strains of a stressful day.
Tepidarium – 100% steaming, temperatures up to 48C the steamer is also operating continuously, add crushed herbs or a few drops of essential oil to the steamer for aromatherapy treatments to suit your mood.
Timber selection is crucial to the correct performance of the sauna cabin. Spruce, which has both low heat absorption and low resin content is ideal. Although it grows in many regions, in the northern areas of Scandinavia the countless generations of experience of nurturing trees, pruning and thinning combine with the cooler weather conditions which slows growth ensuring straight strong timbers.
Specifying top grades means we take only material which is free from dead knots, splits and shakes, the timber is kiln dried in the country of origin, it is then checked again for quality before being assembled into a sauna cabin.
Safety Glass Door
A full height clear glass door constructed from tempered safety glass, featuring modern polished chrome hinges and matching Ash and polished chrome handle.
Fully Insulated Panels
All wall and ceiling panels are fully insulated with DIN4102 rated Earthwool fibre insulation, ensuring the heat is contained within the cabin, speeding up heat up times and reducing energy waste.
- Optional Extras
120°C High temperature waterproof IP65 sauna speakers with Bluetooth
Two water proof IP65 rated 120°C 10 cm (4") speakers with plastic basket and grill. Balanced, high cone frequency response efficiency and good high to mid-range reproduction. Suitable for use in swimming pools, saunas, steam rooms. Bluetooth mini stereo audio for connecting to Bluetooth enabled devices.
We offer a range of fully glazed and half glazed panels. Glass panels can allow you to take advantage of a view from your room, or just let some natural light into the sauna creating a feeling of space. For advice on glazing options please call our sales team
- Technical Information
- Sauna heaters do not operate from a 3 pin plug, they require hard wiring via an isolator switch using high temperature silicon rubber cable to BSEN 6141 (not included).
- There are two wiring panels which have an internal gully which allows the wires to be hidden inside the panel if required.
- For Saunarium control box will supply the heater, keypad, lights and temperature sensor. The control box is usually positioned on the roof of the cabin.
The cost to run an average sauna cabin with a 4.5kW heater is 54p per hour. (using an average unit cost of 12p per kWh, please check with your service provider for exact unit costs.)
- Installation & Size Adjustments
- A level, washable floor, preferably vinyl, stone, ceramic or concrete
- 25mm air gap all around the cabin to allow air to circulate
- A suitable power supply - isolated 230V single phase or 400V three phase supply to the correct standard installed by a qualified electrician.
- In restricted areas is it possible to assemble the sauna cabin from the inside
- The door of the cabin can be hinged left or right but must open outward
- A qualified electrician must be used for the installation of the sauna heater.
Modifications can be made to reduce the size of the saunarium width and depth, the height of the saunarium must not be altered. Full details on how to make modifications can be found in our "Sauna Assembly Manual" which is available for download from the "downloads" tab above.Size adjustments can also be made in our factory, for full details on bespoke sizing please call our sales team.
Please note: the heater supplied with each model is the correct for the power for the size of cabin, reducing the size of the cabin may mean that the heater will be too powerful, for advice on which size heater you require for your cabin please call our sales team.
- Delivery & Warranty
Kerbside delivery to Mainland England or Wales £59 for other areas please use our delivery calculator at the checkout or call our sales team for a quotation.
Saunarium cabins are delivered on a palletised shipping service to the kerbside of your property. We recommend two people are available to offload the pallet which usually takes around 20 minutes. Gloves and safety goggle are recommended especially when handling glass.
Once your cabin has been manufactured (usually 2-3 weeks) it will be palletised and despatched, you will receive a call from the carrier 2 days in advance of delivery to arrange a suitable delivery date.
If your saunarium is not immediately required please let us know as soon as possible, all sauna cabins are made to order.
For full details please refer to our Shipping Policy.
All Oceanic saunarium cabins have a 12 month warranty.
The warranty excludes heating elements as these are consumable items.
Our after sales service is at your disposal Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm, & Friday 9am - 3pm, all parts are in stock and will be available during and beyond the warrant period.