The Pros and Cons of an Infrared Sauna Blanket
ZoeTech infrared sauna blanket boasts many health and wellbeing benefits, both externally and internally. Like the heat saunas used in traditional saunas, infrared blankets provide even heating without the high temperatures. The same is true of your sauna length of time; it is advised for newcomers to spend at least 10 minutes in an infrared blanket before proceeding to the main sauna.
There are many types of blankets to choose from, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Your personal choice depends on how you plan to use it and which specific benefits you seek. Knowing the advantages and disadvantages of each type of blanket is a good place to start and then decide if you would like to use one. Some of the pros of having an infrared blanket include the following:
ZoeTech infrared sauna blanket are extremely efficient, with a very low R-value (thermal resistance), which means that they can trap body heat and convert it to the needed energy to heat the saunas. In effect, carbon fibre blankets trap infrared rays, which are necessary for burning. Since infrared rays are emitted naturally by humans at a regular rate, the amount of infrared rays emitted during a sweat session is directly proportional to the amount of sweat that has been shed. In addition, because infrared rays cannot be absorbed through the human body, the carbon fibre heats the saunas faster than anything else.
Another pro of this type of ZoeTech infrared sauna blanket is that it provides a very convenient infrared heating option. The infrared rays can be spread out over a wider area than the traditional heaters, thereby providing more consistently heated surfaces. In addition, the thermostat allows the user to manually turn the heating on or off, depending on their temperature requirement.
One of the key pros when using a digital controller/remote is that it reduces the amount of guesswork involved when using the heater. Using a controller allows users to set the temperature of their saunas with just a few presses of a button instead of having to flip through multiple switches and buttons continually. Also, with a digital controller, users can set the blanket’s distance from the sauna unit in terms of its width. Additionally, on being able to easily regulate the temperature inside a room, users can also set the blanket’s temperature outside the sauna unit compared to the outside ambient temperature. Using a remote with a digital controller also means that users have more precise control over their heating output, resulting in higher-quality and more consistent results.
The final pro is the ability to use an infrared sauna blanket with a pre-programmed heat range. By simply installing a probe into the wall, owners can program the blanket’s heat setting from a highly effective “warm” to a much cooler setting. This meant that there was no need to mess around with re-warming the blanket after each session. If users wish to go beyond the pre-programmed heat range, they remove the probe from the wall, and the heater will be ready to go again.