KELO infrared cabins
In the last few years, infrared cabins have established a firm place for themselves, particularly for private use, alongside the classical sauna and other forms of saunas and baths.
The absorption of the heat by the human body is principally due to the arrangement of different types of (surface) emitters, mainly in the infrared C spectrum at low air temperatures of around 40° Celsius.
The length of time spent in a cabin is usually approximately half an hour, which is of course particularly pleasant when it is a KELO® infrared cabin with the correlating fixtures.
As the No. 1 in KELO wood construction - including for commercial use – FINIMEX can serve this special demand and delivers, together with competent business partners, KELO infrared cabins that are just as elegant as they are functional, and in which one can sweat in comfort.
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