10.5 Kw SE sauna heaterby Admin
Nov 2013

Message I have a Harvia Model Kip-B 80 electric sauna stove that does not adequately heat the sauna room measuring 6' x 8' x 8'.  It is rated for a cubic space of 425 feet. I see that your 10.5 Kw Sauna Heater is rated for up to 525 cubic feet. How do these 2 heaters compare for heat output equating the 100 cubic foot differential and other attributes of each? Please call to discuss.  Thank you.   Jon Rice

Dated on : 10-13-2012


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Dear Jon, We have never carried the Harvia model of sauna heaters, so we cannot provide a comparison or answer your question regarding the heat output attributes.   I do know however, the the Saunacore Special Edition model that we sell is made from surgical stainless steel and comes with a limited lifetime warranty.  I also understand that this Special Edition heater uses a special type of long lasting heating element which may be in part the reason for the difference. SIncerely Peter Moroz Office Manager Northern Lights Group  

Post By : Peter Moroz Dated On : 10-14-2012


Jon, you are going from an 8.0 Kw heater which you currently have to a 10.5 Kw heater.  This results in 31% more heating power.  There is no magic to this the more Kw you have the faster heat up time will be.   Dan

Post By : Dan Jung Dated On : 10-15-2012

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