- Product Description
9mm thickness x 95mm width (including 6mm overlap) 12 lengths required per linear meter.
Available in half meter packs of 6 x 1895mm
Calculating the number of lengths of cladding required
Work out the number of lengths for each wall and ceiling individually
Number of lengths of cladding = Wall length in meters x 12
Length of cladding for walls = Internal ceiling height
Ideal ceiling height
If using an Oceanic Sauna Door the external height of the door frame is 1875mm. If building a free standing structure with frames and a base a typical height for the cladding is 1895mm.
A lower ceiling height makes a more efficient sauna as heat rises. If you prefer a taller sauna you will need to consider the area above the door also needs cladding.
For the ceiling cladding work out which direction you want the cladding to be fitted, normally along the longer distance for fewer fixings. Note longest cladding length is 4.2m
Canadian Hemlock Cladding
Western Canadian Hemlock is an ideal timber for use in saunas for a number of key reasons; it does not warp even when exposed to extreme conditions, it is knot and resin free, very hard and strong and has an attractive straight grain. Utilising the hidden nail technique securely fixes the cladding to the panel frame providing a clean finish.