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Steam Room Generators and Equipment

Reward your health with a steamroom in your home

We'll help you get the right steam generator and accessories for your application – We sell doors, too!

Stress out? Consider adding a steamroom next to your home sauna or in your commercial spa.

With 40 years in the sauna and steam industry, we've developed the expertise, knowledge and trade skills to help you from A-Z with you steamroom equipment, DIY sauna kits, doors and accessories needs and questions. We offer many sizes and styles of steam bathing equipment, including steam showers/suites, prefab steam rooms, residential and commercial size steam generators, steamroom doors and accessories.

Some of the manufacturers we represent are: Amerec, Mr. Steam, Steamist, Polar, Steam-Whirl, Thermasol, and Tylo/Helo.  We can support you in converting a bath/shower area to a steam room, or even to build your own tile room.

Steam or Sauna?

It is important to understand the difference between a steam room and a sauna room. Traditionally, saunas are used to provide dry heat, with the addition of some steam from pouring water over hot rocks, in a wooden room. This results in a temperature of 160 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit and humidity of 5 to 20%.

Steam rooms are quite different. They are not as hot, with temperatures of 110 to 114 degrees Fahrenheit, and humidity at or near 100%, with water dripping down the walls. Because of the high humidity, they have to be constructed of tile, marble or acrylic, and all the fixtures must be made of stainless steel, brass, plastic or other rustproof material. The ceiling and benches should be sloped, so the water will run off, and there must be a drain in the room, which must not leak steam or water into the outside area. The steam generator is located outside the steam room, nearby, and requires plumbing from the water supply (preferably hot water) and from the generator to the steam room, as well as electrical wiring to the generator.

Tylo and Polar both makes a special residential sauna heater called the "Combi or Steamy" which combines some of the features of both the sauna and steam room. Since it is used in a wooden room, the humidity is still not as high as a steam room, but it does provide more steam than one can get by pouring water over rocks. It requires a 240V elelctrical circuit with 30-40 amps. These reserviors for water that are filled manually or automatically.

Cedarbrook Sauna Kits and Steamrooms

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