Question about Amerec 4.5KW Heater w/ Built-in Dial Controls, 100-210 ACF
Posted by Anonymous on
When I'm in a traditional sauna like this, I expect the temperature to be between 70 and 90C so that's what I assume you are trying to reach. There could be several reasons for this so make sure each point is checked:
1. Stating the obvious, to increase the temperature inside the sauna, you'll have to ladle water onto the hot sauna stones.
2. Maybe the insulation within your sauna isn't good enough and heat is escaping.
3. Your sauna room could be too big for this heater to heat properly.
4. Maybe the element on the heater isn't performing properly and needs to be replaced.
These were some pointers which Di Vapor gave as possible reasons for lack of heat.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2015
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