VEGA COMPACT – Powerful package for a small sauna
Vega Compact is easy to install. Just mount the rack to the wall, lift the heater to the mounting rack and fix it on to it with one screw. The heater is made of stainless steel.
Heater outpunt: 2.3 and 3.5 kW.
Max stone capacity: 12 Kg.
Sauna room (Min. – Max.): 1.3 – 2.5 M3 / 2.0 – 4.5 M3
The Vega Compact heaters are equipped with a built-in control unit.
VEGA – A basic heater of top class
Vega is easy to mount on a separate mounting rack. The structure makes it possible to mount the heater low on the sauna wall. This allows the heat to spread evenly throughout the sauna, ensuring that the lower benches also enjoy plenty of heat.
Heater outpunt: 4.5, 6.0, 8.0 and 9.0 kW.
Max stone capacity: 20 Kg.
Sauna room (Min. – Max.): 3 – 6 M3 / 5 – 8 M3 / 7 – 12 M3 / 8 – 14 M3
The Vega heaters are equipped with a built-in control unit.
ESTUFA SENATOR – Stylish and compact
Harvia Senator is a floor-mounted electric heater specifically designed for those who really enjoy a sauna. The large stone space and six heating elements warm up the sauna evenly and efficiently. It is well-suited for smaller commercial saunas for example in hotels as well as family saunas.
Heater outpunt: 9.0 and 10.5 kW.
Max stone capacity: 40 Kg.
Sauna room (Min. – Max.): 8 – 14 M3 / 9 – 15 M3
The Senator heater is controlled by a separate control unit.
The quality and safety of Harvia heaters are based on the use of first-rate materials, backed by a proprietary production technique and meticulous quality control. Stainless steel is used extensively in making the heaters. All Harvia heaters come with an exceptionally efficient air-circulation system which warms up the heater and the sauna quickly while producing an even temperature.
With its wide range of heaters, Harvia offers you the opportunity to choose the right heater to your needs. Added enjoyment is provided by a correctly designed sauna room.
Remember that the walls and particularly the ceiling of an electrically heated sauna room requires efficient thermal insulation. One square metre of stone, glass or similar non-insulated surface increases the heater power requirement as much as if the sauna room cubage were increased by 1,2 m3. If the internal sauna room wall consists of non-insulated log, multiply the cubic volume of sauna by 1,5. Also, pay close attention to sauna room ventilation. An efficient air circulation ensures that the bathers can enjoy a clean indoor air that is easy to breathe.