Steam bath energy consumption

Steam bath energy consumption

What is the power consumption of a steam bath?

This varies depending on the cabin size. For small steam showers (100x100cm) the energy consumption is about 1250W applied by the heating mats. In addition, the steam generator here requires 3000W.

For larger steam baths, calculate 300W per square meter of electrical heating surface. The steam generator then mostly has a power of 7.5 kW (our standard device! )

How long does the booth need to be ready for operation?

Due to our powerful heating (approx. 300W/m2 !) the cabin needs a preheating time of about 20 minutes. This depends on the selected tiles (thickness, glass mosaic,..).

Components with power requirements

Steam generator SOL-Steam PLUS

2.260,00 3.690,00  inkl. MWSt.

SOL-Steam Electrode Steam Generator – No compromise in quality, WITH probe temperature option or simple ON/OFF control (without time programs and external source control).

Our SOL-Steam steam generators can also be switched ON/OFF with an external switch either inside the steam bath (12V/24V) or with a switch outside the steam bath.

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Brine fogging for steam bath

1.490,00  inkl. MWSt.

With our brine fogging (inhalation system) for steam baths and steam showers, you can fog brine solution and also various medicinal teas. This upgrades your steam bath or steam shower to a very private inhalation cabin – we have the most powerful brine fogging for steam bath!

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Steam bath technique box

1.410,00  inkl. MWSt.

With our new ready-to-connect steam bath technology box, you can easily connect our steam bath components. Pre-wired and ready to plug in.

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The biggest “power guzzlers” in a steam bath are of course the steam generator, which in larger steam baths can quickly reach 6kW and more, and also the electric heating mats that are installed in the walls and seats/beds. 10-11kW can already occur as a momentary starting load. Once the steam bath is heated then a “differential heating” takes place – The heating mats eg. switch ON again and again briefly and then OFF again when the temperature is reached.


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