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KUSATEK products stand for functionality and longevity.

A strong competitive environment and ever-increasing demands require builders to implement unique selling points, because the sauna is and remains an important part of a high-quality wellness area.

KUSATEK offers the ideal solution for every requirement.

As the market leader and specialist in the field of gas-powered sauna heater-systems, we are your competent contact from advice in planning, design, installation, as well as in annual maintenance.

KUSATEK Kusatherm

Gas-powered sauna heater-system for intensive commercial operation.

KUSATEK Independent

Gas-powered sauna heater-system for carefree sauna pleasure at almost any location


Sauna control unit for gas-powered sauna heater-systems

Sauna Trailer

Sauna engineering for a mobile sauna solution

How does a gas-powered sauna heater actually work?

One or more burners heat an air-gas mixture in the stainless steel burner tube to a temperature of approx. 350 °C. A fan creates a vacuum in the pipe system of the spiral and sucks the hot air through the spiral. The spiral and the stones are thus heated and release this heat into the sauna cabin in the form of convection and radiation heat. The exhaust gases are discharged to the outside through a chimney.

The advantages of this system are large heat transfer surfaces and optimal, long-lasting temperature stability, which allows unique infusions.

What must be considered during planning?

Here the focus is on the local conditions, which are of fundamental importance for the subsequent design of the heater system. The trend towards ever larger and more elaborate thermal baths and sauna cabins poses special challenges for the designers, and it is precisely then that the individual heater systems from KUSATEK offer the optimal solutions. Basically, the size of the sauna cabins, the positioning of the furnaces or the type of exhaust gas routing are some of the most important points to be clarified.

In the overview these are:

  1. the size and placement of the sauna cabin
  2. the material composition of the sauna cabin
  3. the positioning of the heaters inside the cabin
  4. the placement of the technical room
  5. the wall structure / wall cladding and wall penetration
  6. the way of the exhaust gas conduction and the possible residual heat utilization
  7. the supply and exhaust air situation of the sauna cabin and the technical room
  8. the fire protection requirements