Custom Built Saunas

Custom Built Saunas2023-08-29T10:22:55+00:00

With a strong commitment to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction, Techno Steam Sauna & Jacuzzi has established itself as a trusted and reputable name in the Sauna & Steam industry. Whether you are looking for a custom-designed Sauna or Steam Room, our experienced professionals are ready to help you achieve your goals and exceed your expectations.

Our saunas are uniquely custom designed to your needs. With only the finest quality products carefully sourced, from world wide to locally manufactured, we guarantee a top class product.

FREE STANDING SAUNA

INDOOR & OUTDOOR

Our saunas are perfectly suited for indoor and outdoor purposes. The outdoor units will have appropriate roof structure and waterproofing.

INTERIOR OPTIONS

  • Double Kiln Dried SA Pine
  • Norwegian Spruce
  • Lunawood
  • Obeche

EXTERIOR OPTIONS

  • Double Kiln Dried SA Pine
  • Hardwood Timber
  • Composite Material
  • Glass

* Subject to availability

CLADDED SAUNA ROOM

INDOOR

The client provides the space for the sauna which consists usually of 2-3 walls . We provide all substructure, insulation, light switches and wiring. When you are in the building phases, it is recommended that you contact us to ensure all requirements are met.

INTERIOR OPTIONS

  • Double Kiln Dried SA Pine
  • Norwegian Spruce
  • Lunawood
  • Obeche

* Subject to availability

our latest hot rock sauna launch

9Kw 4 Seater Hot Rock Portable Floating Sauna

FEATURES:

  • Available in single or 3 phase (230v / 380V)
  • Himalayan Salt Wall Insert
  • Finished with Pine Wood
  • LED RGB Lighting Behind Salt Section
  • Shadow Line RGB LED Lighting
  • 2 x Cool White LED Ceiling Mounted Lights
  • Glass Surround: 8mm Toughened Safety Glass
  • Matt Black Finishes
  • Electrical DB Included
  • 4 Person Capacity

FROM R 89 900 (incl. VAT)

SPECIFICATIONS: Space Required: 2.1(W) x 1.65(D) x 2.2m(H) Actual Sauna Dimensions: 1.8(W) x 1.5(D) x 2.1(H) Requires a fixed electrical connection (6mm cable) & 42Amp CB. Optional:

  • Sizing and benching customisable
  • Possible to convert for outdoor use

Delivery & assembly included for Johannesburg area. For outlying regions additional travel costs may apply. 

SAUNA HEATERS

The Techno range of user-friendly hot rock heaters are not only elegant and purpose made but also simplified and easy to use. Our heaters are wall mounted units improving the space utilization in the sauna. The outer casing of all heaters are made of top quality stainless steel rendering the sauna with a high quality finish. Our heaters are operated with a digital control panel making it simple to manage your sauna temperature setting in accordance to your preference.

A secondary analogue regulating thermostat is also installed to prevent overheating of the elements. All Techno hot rock heaters are supplied with granite stones that will warm up the sauna evenly and efficiently, also allowing for a heated surface when adding moisture into the air. By being mindful and understanding our market along with our vast amount of experience, Techno Steam Sauna and Jacuzzi have created an easily maintainable hot rock heater that has all spare parts readily available. An African product for an African market.

OUR RANGE OF TECHNO HOT ROCK HEATERS

SAUNA THERMOSTATS

The Techno range of hot rock heaters are controlled with a separate digital control panel allowing for easy setting and making it simple to manage your sauna temperature setting in accordance to your preference.

  • Large and clear LCD with blue backlight, relay contact output
  • Temparature Measurement Resolution: 0.1 °C
  • 5-1-1-day programmable function, 4 time periods for the setting of time and temperature
  • Keylock Function
  • Temperature Sensing Element: NTC Resistance

SHOP SAUNA ACCESSORIES

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How long does it take to manufacture a sauna?2023-07-14T07:44:43+00:00

Our lead time for manufacturing freestanding saunas can be between 10-14 working days depending on size. Cladded
indoor saunas can take up to a week to manufacture depending on size.

Do saunas detox your body?2023-07-14T07:44:26+00:00

A sauna is an excellent way to flush out various toxins that collect in the fat cells of the body. When you sit in a sauna, you excrete a massive amount of perspiration. This high level of sweating is important because it eliminates one-third of the toxins from the kidneys.

What are the do’s and don’ts of a sauna?2023-07-14T07:44:09+00:00
  • Drink at least one full glass of water before and after using a sauna, to avoid dehydration.
  • Don’t drink alcohol before, during, or after sauna use.
  • Don’t use recreational drugs before, during, or after sauna use.
  • Don’t eat a large meal prior to using a sauna.
Do you put water on hot rocks in a sauna?2023-07-14T07:43:48+00:00

Water should be thrown on the sauna heater rocks with the use of a ladle so that the right amount of water is applied. Once the water hits the rocks, it turns to soft steam adding humidity to the air. You should not pour too much water onto the rocks.

How long should I stay in a sauna?2023-07-14T07:43:32+00:00

For beginners we recommend 10-15 minutes and for acclimatized users we recommend 30 minutes. The longer you stay in the sauna, the more you risk dehydration, so a general rule is to cap your time to 15-30 minutes

How long does it take for a traditional hot rock sauna to heat up?2023-07-14T07:43:09+00:00

Depending on the size of the hot rock heater, ambient temperature and the desired final temperature, heating time
can be between 15-25 minutes.

How do I maintain and clean my sauna?2023-07-14T07:42:43+00:00

A sauna is a room lined with kiln dried timber heated by an electric sauna heater reaching temperatures of 55 degrees Celsius and up to help the body sweat out toxins using dry heat. There are two different types of saunas, traditional hot rock and infrared, and each offers a myriad of health benefits.

Can you put oils in a sauna?2023-07-14T07:42:16+00:00

Incorporating essential oils in your sauna sessions is a great way to enhance your aromatherapy experience and enjoy the benefits that each oil offers. Add a few drops of your favorite essential oils to a small container or an aromatherapy cup, not over the heater rocks. The aroma of the oil will quickly fill the heated room for you to enjoy.

Is it safe for children to be in the sauna?2023-07-14T07:41:59+00:00

Yes, under adult supervision but only for a few minutes and in a moderate temperature. Small children should not stay long in the sauna, as they do not perspire as much as the adults do.

What is the difference between traditional hot rock sauna and infrared sauna?2023-07-14T07:41:41+00:00

A traditional hot rock sauna uses heated stones and water to create a hot and humid atmosphere capable of providing a number of health benefits. A hot rock sauna heats the air to heat the body. Heat and humidity: Very dry until water is sprinkled over hot rocks. Both temperature and humidity are adjustable, by adding water to rocks to add humidity and changing the temperature setting on your thermostat.

Infrared saunas use advanced infrared heaters to heat your body directly. Unlike a traditional sauna, infrared saunas don’t heat the air around you. Instead, they use infrared lamps (that use electromagnetic radiation) to warm your body directly. The infrared heat increases thermal energy, which induces a deep and relaxing sweat in your body. Infrared heaters are more energy efficient than traditional hot rock heaters.

What is the energy consumption of a traditional hot rock sauna?2023-07-14T07:41:16+00:00

The energy consumption of a hot rock heater will be dependent on the size of the heater, ie. a 6kw hot rock heater, run for one hour, will generally use 6 KW of electricity.

What is a sauna?2023-07-14T07:40:49+00:00

A sauna is a room lined with kiln dried timber heated by an electric sauna heater reaching temperatures of 55 degrees Celsius and up to help the body sweat out toxins using dry heat. There are two different types of saunas, traditional hot rock and infrared, and each offers a myriad of health benefits.

CONTACT US

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Give as a call on (011) 900 1637 and we will be happy to assist you. Alternatively, please complete the enquiry form below.

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