3 Zone heated far infrared sauna blanket
This system is specially designed according to the customers'
requirements of USA, German and Italy. It adopts first-class
intelligent control technology and three sections of human body can
be controlled under three different temperatures and timer.
Safety Ultra-low volts (DC 36V) is applied with this system without
any safety worries. Therefore, it becomes the first consideration
of choice in beauty saloons and weight losing places in Europe and
Safety Even with our normal AC Power ( High Voltage ) consumption
Safety Water proof soft material with flexible tensile capabilities
even in various sleeping position. ( UL specification )
Safety The Heating wire is design to withstand any stretches or
|Description||3 Temperature zone FIR sauna blanket for slimming|
|Input volts||AC100V-120V 60HZ or 220V-240V 50HZ|
|Gift box size/weight||45.3*25.3*50.3cm/9kg|
|Outter carton size/Q'ty||79*47*53cm/3units|
What is infrared?
Infrared (IR) radiation is electromagnetic radiation of a
wavelength longer than that of visible light (400-700 nm), but
shorter than that of radio waves. In an infrared sauna, the
electromagnetic radiation warms the occupants' skin without heating
the surrounding air.
What is Infrared saunas?
An infrared sauna is usually a small portable room containing
several infrared heaters. In an infrared sauna, the infrared heater
produces radiant energy, which is the same as the heat from the
sun, only without the harmful ultraviolet rays. Most of these
heaters draw on technology developed in 1965 by Dr. Tadashi
Ishikawa, a member of the Research and Development Department of
Compared differents between Infrared Sauna and Traditional Sauna.
Traditional saunas, also called rock saunas or Finnish Saunas, use
various types of heaters to warm the air and stones in a room. The
room's walls can be logs or some other material lined with wood.
Stones placed over the heat source attain a high temperature. In
its primitive form the stones are heated by wood without a chimney.
The fire dies and the smoke exits by the door. Heat is maintained
by the stones. Stones are usually peridotite as they are heat
stable. Modern Finnish saunas have thermostatically controlled
electric stoves or wood stoves with chimneys.
In a traditional sauna the air temperature typically runs between
169 to 1,239°F though temperatures over 200 °F (93 °C) are
sometimes encountered. The hot air causes the body to heat up, and
eventually results in a sweat. Water is thrown on the stones to
achieve a "steam shock". This produces a quick "high". Some add
herbs or oil like eucalyptus. Traditionally, ones skin is beaten
with a bunch of birch twigs. When the heat becomes intolerable one
cools down under a cold shower or, as in Finland, by jumping into a
Health benefit claims:
A study of patients with rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing
spondylitis showed a reduction in pain, stiffness and fatigue
during infrared sauna therapy, "but these did not reach statistical
A number of mainstream and alternative health doctors promote
infrared sauna use for the purpose of detoxification, via an
acceleration of the body's natural sweat mechanism as well as
stimulating circulation. No double-blind studies have demonstrated
that infrared sauna use eliminates harmful chemicals from the body.
Energy expenditure controversy
Some infrared sauna proponents claim that the sauna is an effective
method for considerably raising the rate of energy expenditure in
the body. Proponents typically quote the Journal of the American
Medical Association stating: "A moderately conditioned person can
easily sweat off 500 grams in a sauna, consuming nearly 300 kcal,
which is equivalent to running 2-3 miles. A heat-conditioned person
can easily sweat off 600-800 kcal with no adverse effects. While
the weight of the water loss can be regained by drinking water, the
calories consumed will not be." This statement is based on the
amount of energy absorbed by sweat evaporating from the skin. It is
equivalent to the latent heat of vaporizaton of water, which is 539
kcal/kg (2260 kJ/kg). The source of this energy is then confused to
be body energy stores, while the source is in fact the excessive
heat absorbed from the sauna. The body reacts to the excess heat
flux by increasing perspiration. The number of calories the body
expends cooling itself in an infrared sauna is unknown.
Frequently Asked Question of Using Products:
1. How does infrared heat therapy relieves pain?
FIR heat relieves pain by expanding blood vessels and increasing
circulation. Better circulation allows more oxygen to reach injured
areas of the body and helps reduce pain and speed up the healing
process. Recent health and medical studies name FIR heat as a
successful treatment for arthritis, rheumatism and muscle spasms.
2.How does infrared heat therapy control weight?
Perspiring is part of the complex thermoregulatory process of the
body that increases the heart rate, cardiac output, and metabolic
rate. The process requires a large amount of energy and reduces
excess moisture, salt and subcutaneous fat. Fat becomes water
soluble at 110oF and the body sweats out fats and toxins.
3. How does infrared heat therapy provide the same effects of
The heart receives a workout similar to a 6-mile run in a 20-30
minute FIR sauna session and the body perspires the same amount as
a 6-mile run. Infrared saunas are perfect for those that do not
have time for regular exercise or suffer from injuries that inhibit
4.How does infrared heat therapy eliminate toxins?
Toxins such as sodium, alcohol, nicotine, cholesterol and
carcinogenic heavy metals (cadmium, lead, zinc, nickel) accumulate
in the body during modern daily life. The body eliminates most
toxins naturally by sweating but the process is sometimes too slow.
Infrared heat therapy stimulates the sweat glands that cleanse and
detoxify the skin. The FIR heat technology simply speeds up the
body's natural process!
5.How does infrared heat therapy improved immune system?
Most illnesses are accompanied by a fever. During a fever, the body
heats up to eliminate viruses and attack foreign agents. Often
misunderstood, this rise in temperature is a natural stage of the
immune system's healing process and is one of the best ways to rid
the body of chemicals and unwelcome visitors. The immune system
weakens the hold of viruses and bacterial growth. FIR heat therapy
induces an "artificial fever" by heating up the body but without
the pains of an illness. Subsequently, the body wards off invading
organisms much more easily because the immune system is activated
consistently by the "artificial fever". Recent studies also show
that colds and flu-like illnesses are reduced dramatically if
treated in the early stages with FIR heat therapy.
6.How does infrared heat therapy reduce stress?
Infrared heat therapy loosens the muscles and relaxes the body
prior to a massage. Many massage therapists use infrared heat to
provide more thorough and effective treatment.
7.How does infrared heat therapy benefit my skin?
Infrared heat improves circulation, expels dirt & chemicals and
removes dead cells on the surface of the skin. All of these
benefits lead to a more soft and firm complexion