Kneipp shower hose

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White water hose with stop valve , bracket and water supply connection, chrome

Kneipp shower hose

White water hose with stop valve , bracket and water
supply connection, chrome

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FAQ

Which is better, a sauna or a steam bath?

There’s no right answer to this one.  Both come from a long tradition that values therapeutic effects of heat, and the benefits of both are quite similar.

A sauna encourages sweating using a bath of dry air at temperatures from 50° to 80/90° in a wooden environment inside which the humidity is very low.

A steam bath operates at much lower temperatures (40°-45°) with very high humidity inside the cubicle to encourage sweating and fluid exchange in what is essentially a bath of damp air. Users of these natural body-care systems are free to decide which of the two experiences they find the more convenient and enjoyable

FAQ

What will the walls of my Turkish bath be like?

To avoid heat loss, we recommend insulating the walls and ceiling of the unit with panels of insulating material (e.g. expanded polyurethane that can be tiled) which can then be finished off with a covering of your choice.

The ceiling is either domed or sloping, so as to eliminate the “raining” effect as the steam condenses.