Saunas are often lauded for their vast health benefits, relaxing atmosphere and beauty, but there is another factor that makes sauna bathing a truly amazing experience.
When used properly, saunas and steam rooms can withstand decades of use with minimal issues. Unfortunately, in a large number of commercial facilities in the USA club members are often unfamiliar with how to use a sauna properly - and the typical club owner may be unsure of how to best care for their sauna and steam room with such heavy use.
Emily Attwood details the common member issues owners face and advice from industry experts on how these can best be addressed in this article from Athletic Business.
Am-Finn Sauna and Steams' Power Zone 400 is the industry's first sauna and steam automatic sanitization system. The Power Zone 400 is environmentally friendly and reduces the use of toxic chemicals and costly hours dedicated to cleaning your steam room. Traditional tile steam rooms require weekly deep cleaning of the tile and grout in order to keep the steam room environment clean, leading to discoloration and deterioration. Additionally, tiles and bonding materials used in traditional steam rooms are porous and therefore harbor and promote the growth of molds and bacteria. Whether you have ceramic tiles, natural stone, glass or fiberglass, the Power Zone 400 gets the job done, leaving behind only the fresh, clean smell similar to what you'd find after a recent thunderstorm.