Built for a lifetime of healing, health and wellness.
The technology powering our vessels was designed with two goals in mind: providing top of the line broad spectrum infrared saunas that maximized the wellness potential of its users, and one that would last a lifetime. The fast heating, low EMF, broad spectrum components, combined with the additional healing benefits of the Himalayan salt wall are what separates our NeoWave technology from anything else available on the market today.
Safe and Effective Equipment Designed for Optimum Wellness
– NeoWave Infrared Heater Key Features –
Rapid Heat Time
99% Emissivity Rating
Precise Micron Ratings
Broad Spectrum Infrared
360° Surrounding Heaters
150°F Max Heat
Carbon vs. Ceramic – Which Is Better?
As you are performing your prepurchase research for your home sauna you will undoubtedly come across many debates surrounding carbon and ceramic heaters, and which is better. After extensive research and testing, Neosauna has determined that BOTH are important sauna technologies, but for differing reasons.
Carbon heaters are known for their efficient production of high quality infrared waves in the 960 nm range. They are very safe to use, and you are able to rest your body on an infrared heating panel without being exposed to extreme levels of heat (unlike halogen based heating technology). One issue with carbon heaters is that they do not produce a lot of heat.
When looking at ceramic heaters, you will find that they produce an abundance of heat, but a shorter wavelength of infrared light. The wavelength of light produced by ceramic heaters is still helpful to your body, but is less therapeutic than the wavelength produced by carbon heaters.
At Neosauna, we combine these heating technologies to provide you with the most benefits possible.
The therapeutic benefits of the long waveform infrared light are produced by the carbon heating elements, along with the heat from ceramic – in a single unit. The heat provided by the ceramic heaters opens the body up to receiving the healing infrared light produced by the carbon – a perfect match.
Emissivity – And Why It Matters
When doing your research on a sauna capable of emitting far infrared light, you will want to pay attention to emissivity. Simply defined, emissivity is, ‘the ratio of the radiant energy emitted by a surface to that emitted by a blackbody at the same temperature’.
Emissivity ranges from 0 to 1.0 – a perfect reflector (like a mirror) will have an emissivity of 0, whereas water has an emissivity close to 1.0 at .95. Ceramic also has an emissivity of around .95, which makes it an important component in our Neosauna heating technology.
Neosauna Heater Layout
Our NeoWave carbon heating panels surround you and provide far infrared from head to toe. As you sit in the sauna you will rest your feet on carbon panels, enjoy gentle heating on your calves from the leg heaters, and bathe the rest of your body with the panels located on 3 walls of the sauna. You can fully relax and unwind on our heating panels as the technology is focused on penetrating the infrared light deep in to the body without an uncomfortable level of heat.
The front heating elements are ceramic heating elements, providing near and mid infrared wavelengths of healing light. The ceramic heaters are the heating powerhouse of the sauna, and ceramic elements are found in both the front heaters and carbon panels.