Dimensions and Design
The six-seater Ceda Sauna offers more space per person than the eight-seater, with almost 38 cubic feet per person, compared to 32 cubic feet per person in the larger model. The sauna has a volume of 226 cubic feet and the same diameter as the eight-seater, providing ample headroom and width. Its two-tier benches are 1950mm long, offering plenty of “elbow room” and enabling tall individuals to stretch out comfortably. The sauna’s round shape optimizes the flow of heated air and distribution of heat-vapour inside the sauna, with no corners where heat can be trapped. With a shorter height than the eight-seater, the six-seater heats up in under 20 minutes and offers even more efficient distribution of heat and moisture.
The six-seater Ceda Sauna has a 6kW heating capacity with a generally preferred heat setting between 60 degrees and 85 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature of the heater is up to 110 degrees Celsius, but the recommended time spent in the sauna decreases as the temperature increases. The sauna’s benches are placed at different levels to provide different temperature options for users.
Hybrid Heating Technology
The six-seater Ceda Sauna offers a hybrid heating system, allowing users to choose between traditional rock heating and Infrared Carbon Ceramic panel heating or both. Infrared heat penetrates deep into the body, offering pain relief and instant heating. In combination with the rock heater, this system provides an efficient and effective sauna experience.
Wood-Fired Heating Option
The six-seater Ceda Sauna also has an optional wood-fired heating system that is particularly useful in areas without electricity.
The 6 kW electric model will consume 6000 watts in one hour. For 20 minutes of heating-up and 40 minutes of sauna time, 6 kW units of electricity will be used. For one hour of sauna therapy and 20 minutes of heating time, approximately 8 kW units will be used. The infrared heater consumes about 1 kW per hour, and when combined with the rock heater, it results in lower electricity costs. For the wood-fired model, sufficient wood to heat the sauna for one hour should be enough.
Technical Specifications Summary
- 1½” Cedar construction (38 mm)
- 100% Clear Western Red Cedar Wood
- 3 Stainless steel straps and hardware
- Wood-Fired, Electric Infrared, or Conventional Electric Heating Options
- 100% Surgical Stainless Steel Heaters with built-in controls
- Dual Hand sanded benches
- Cedar duckboard raised flooring
- Pressure-treated cradle
- Vent Kit
- Sauna light with air-activated interior on/off switch
- Insulated Cedar door with double pane tempered glass
- Custom Protective heater guard
- 5 Year warranty
- Patent Pending Stave Design
- Outside Diameter: 83 ¾ inches (2.13 metres)
- Outside Length: 83 ¾ (2.13 metres)
- Volume: 226 cubic inches (6.4 cubic metres)
- Footprint of Base: 73 ¾ ” x 63″ (1.87m X 1.6m)
- Electrical requirements: 40 amp, 230V VAC GFI