Xuzhou INFRARED SAUNA ROOM and Equipment Manufacturers Contact List 1

Xuzhou,one of the most Sauna equipments Far infrared sauna room,infra red sauna room,fir sauna room,cedar wood sauna room,steam sauna room production bases in China,with many good famous brand names for its quality and design and service .

Much of the sauna factories are Specializing in sauna kits, infrared saunas, sauna heaters,  sauna design, installation & more!

Here are just parts of the suppliers lists :

 Xuzhou Kaidi Sauna Equipment Co.,Ltd http://kdysauna.1688.com/ and kdysauna.com

Xuzhou Healthland Sauna Equipment Co., Ltd.  http://www.healthlandsauna.cn/

Xuzhou Sino Sauna Equipment Co., Ltd

Xuzhou Snowman Sauna Equipment Co., Ltd.  http://www.snowmansauna.com  http://snowmansauna.en.alibaba.com

Xuzhou Kailier Sauna Equipment Co., Ltd.  http://www.youthsauna.com/  http://www.saunaroom.org

If you want to visit them or want to know more manufacturers ,please contact with us ,we will provide their contact lists .I mean real manufacturers …..

You can also find some other foreign suppliers of the Sauna room or equipments from the following companies :

http://www.sauna.com/ and http://www.infraredsauna.com/ 

TRADITIONAL Vs INFRARED http://www.sauna.com/traditional-vs-infrared/ :

In this article we are going to look at the biggest debate, between infrared sauna and traditional sauna. We will explore the differences between these two sauna types, and why you may prefer one over the other.

If you enjoy steam, higher temperatures, and a more social environment, then a traditional sauna may be best suitable for you. If you prefer a lower temperature with body penetrating heat, an infrared sauna will be your best choice.

Let’s look at the similarities of the rooms and the shared benefits. The goal of bathing in a sauna varies by each person, but let’s assume your goal is to enjoy the benefits of heat bathing, along with relaxation and stress reduction, sweating & relieving aches & pains. Both infrared and traditional provide these benefits, although the way these benefits are achieved are slightly different.

Both of these sauna types will be dry. The infrared room tends to be close to normal home humidity levels unless it has been on for an extended period of time. The traditional sauna will be about 10% drier, until water is sprinkled over the rocks. A traditional sauna is the only Sauna Bath in the world where the user can control both the temperature and humidity. Humidity is controlled by each user to his individual taste by how much water is thrown on the rocks. In an infrared sauna you control the temperature, but not the humidity.

In either sauna, you will experience deep relaxation, loosened sore muscles, and aching joints will feel relief. Perspiration burns calories, though the exact amount of calories burned is dependent upon each individual. Most of the weight lost in a sauna is water loss and is re-gained easily by hydrating. Without a doubt, sauna can be a very important part of a healthy weight loss program.

The temperature of a traditional sauna is typically between 150 and 185 F. In the United States, Underwriters Laboratory (UL) dictates that the maximum temperature at ceiling level of the sauna is no more than 194F. This means that the hottest point in the sauna, which is the ceiling directly above the heater, is typically around 190F.

The temperature in a infrared sauna is usually between 120-140F, however unlike a traditional sauna, the goal in an infrared sauna room is not to achieve a high temperature, but instead the bather wants the emitters to remain active because infrared energy is only being emitted when the sauna is on. Due to this, the temperature difference is almost irrelevant, since heavy sweating happens in both sauna types, but the method of heating the body is different. In an infrared sauna the user will feel hot and will sweat profusely, but at a lower temperature. If the goal is to spend longer periods of time in the sauna, infrared is a great choice.

In a traditional sauna, perspiration is achieved when the user enters a heated room. When the sauna has been properly heated, the sauna walls are warm, the air temperature has achieved the desired temperature and the rocks are super heated. The process of heating the room most often involves an electric heater that heats the stones, which then radiate the heat throughout the room. When high temperature is achieved, the elements cycle on and off to maintain temperature. Most traditional sauna users pour water over the rocks to create steam & raise humidity levels in the sauna. The benefit of pouring water over the rocks include making the room more comfortable, moistening of the nasal passages, & allowing the use of aroma therapy by mixing water with essential oils.

The heating time for the two rooms can be different, depending on how they are used. For a traditional sauna, the user should allow 30-40 minutes for the room to achieve desired temperature and to preheat the rocks. The heating time is dependent on the ambient temperature from which the rooms begins heating, the amount of insulation inside the walls, and the ventilation in the room. A well constructed sauna will typically heat to a 150-160 F temperature in about 30-40 minutes. For a hotter temperature, the room will need to heat for a longer period of time. Once the room has achieved the set temperature, the heater will cycle on and off, typically operating at about 50% of the time. The walls and heated rocks will keep the room hot and at a stable temperature.

For an infrared sauna room, a person may begin using the sauna when the room is turned on, since infrared energy is being emitted, however many users prefer to wait until the room has reached 110 F. The length of recommended use for each room is approximately the same, however due to lower air temperatures and the ability to feel the effects of infrared heat faster than a traditional sauna, it is not uncommon for a person to spend 20-30 minutes inside an infrared sauna. Regardless of which system is used, the user must closely monitor how they feel while using the sauna, and must be sure to drink plenty of after each session. Drinking right before or during the sauna session causes you to sweat out the water you just ingested, instead of releasing toxins built up in the body through sweat.

The following professional article is Source from  http://infraredsauna.com/infrared-sauna-detox/ :



Sunlight is a combination of visible light and invisible light. The seven colors of the rainbow are visible lights, and infrared rays and ultraviolet rays are invisible lights. Infrared rays are one of the sun’s rays. Infrared rays are the healthiest, penetrate into your skin deeply and they dissolve harmful substances accumulated in your body. The Infrared Rays vitalize your cells and metabolism.

Far infrared waves penetrate deep into our body for a deep heating action which allows for the body to activate the sweat glands. The sweat glands offer one of only a few mechanisms that the body has to eliminate toxins and since the skin is the largest organ in the human body it is apparently a very good means for elimination. Bring the benefits of a far infrared sauna into your home with a new Clearlight Infrared Sauna!

When far infrared waves are applied to water molecules (comprising 70% of our body) these molecules begin to vibrate. This vibration reduces the ion bonds and the eventual breakdown of the water molecules causes encapsulated gases and other toxic materials to be released

The sun is the primary source of radiant energy, but not all of this energy is beneficial. Although life needs energy from the sun, too much sunlight damages the skin. Far infrared heat provides all the healthy benefits of natural sunlight without any of the dangerous effects of solar radiation.

For years, the healthcare industry recommended infrared heat lamps as a source of far infrared heat but the lamps were cumbersome, extremely hot and difficult to maintain at a constant temperature. Today, many healthcare professionals use far infrared infrared heaters to treat a variety of diseases throughout the world. Clearlight Infrared Saunas use state of the art Carbon/Ceramic True Wave II heaters.

The efficacy of far infrared waves is very broad and the subject of recent study by NASA. Among the infrared waves, the far infrared rays, which have a wavelength of 8-14 microns, are especially good for the human body. These waves have the potential to penetrate 1.5 to 2 inches or more into the body allowing for deep heat and raising your core body temperature from deep inside. The deep heat and far infrared is why scholars believe that the Ondol (traditional warm floor of Korea) is good for health because the materials for the Ondol are stone and earth both of which radiate far infrared waves when heated.

The far infrared rays consist of similar wavelengths as that which is emitted naturally by the human body. This is one potential explanation of why many feel energetically rejuvenated and balanced from contact with far infrared waves. It is also believed that far infrared waves help improve blood circulation and recovery from fatigue.


Clearlight Infrared Saunas use Far Infrared energy to penetrate the body’s tissue.
Tests have shown that the energy output is tuned so closely to the body’s own radiant energy that our bodies absorb as much as 93% of the far infrared waves that reach our skin.

By comparison, conventional saunas must rely only on indirect means of heat: first, on convection (air currents) and then, conduction (direct contact of hot air with the skin) to produce its heating effect. Your Clearlight Infrared Sauna is best used at temperatures between 100 to 125F versus 180 to 220F for traditional hot-air saunas. Since conventional saunas require 30 to 90 minutes of warm-up before use, electricity costs are reported to be a lot higher than those of Clearlight Infrared Saunas which are ready to use in 10-15 minutes.


Yes! Infrared heat is all around us. The photo below shows that all things give off and receive infrared heat. This image was taken with a camera that takes a regular photograph and an infrared image of the subjects at the exact same time.

The human body gives off and receives infrared heat and in the far infrared band. Other surfaces, like a warm street or heated vending cart give off infrared in the middle and near infrared band.

Do you want to experience far infrared heat right now? Take you hands and put your palms together. Move your hands about 1/2 an inch apart. You will feel warmth eminating from your palms. This is far infrared heat very similar to the infrared heat emitted from our True Wave II heaters. Radiant far infrared is all around us and is essential for human life.


Clearlight Infrared far infrared saunas use low-EMF True Wave II Carbon/Ceramic heaters, which do not turn red hot, but instead produces invisible, far infrared heat. This is the same type of heat as produced by the sun and our bodies. Infrared heat is very safe and not at all like the heat produced by microwaves. In an infrared sauna, only 20 percent of the energy is used to heat the air, leaving the rest of the energy to heat the body. The radiant heat can penetrate deep below the skin producing a gentle warming inside the body. The temperature inside an infrared sauna is adjustable and averages a comfortable 100 °F to 140 °F This allows a person to sweat faster and to tolerate a longer period of time inside the sauna, allowing for the therapeutic effects to occur. Typical sessions last 20 to 45 minutes and can be repeated once or twice during the day to maximize the benefits. Infrared saunas leave you feeling invigorated, not depleted like conventional saunas.

Infrared heaters warm the body in the same manner as natural sunlight. Far Infrared Heat therapy uses the wavelength of the visible and non-visible light spectrum of sunlight that heats the body normally. Traditional saunas raise the temperature of the air to a very high level within the chamber to warm the body. Some people have difficulty breathing in this extremely warm air. Far infrared saunas work differently. Instead of heating the air within the enclosure, far infrared saunas heat the body directly. The result is deeper tissue penetration. In the far infrared sauna, the body perspires and receives all of the healthy benefits but avoids the harmful and extremely hot air of a traditional steam sauna.

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