Far-infrared saunas radiate a deep, penetrating heat that melts cares away at the end of a stressful day. If you like to work out, an infrared session before your exercise warms up muscles and increases flexibility, helping to avoid injury. Use after a workout for gentle soothing of sore muscles. And with minimal waiting time for preheating — when you’re ready to relax and re-energize, your Amerec far-Infrared is ready as well.
Electrical devices, including infrared saunas, naturally produce EMR and EF radiation. Though not harmful in the low doses used in Infrared saunas we have spent the last several years developing a new and breakthrough technology that nearly eliminates this radiation while still maintaining the positive effects of infrared sauna. We call it Pure Infra™ (multiple patents) and this new technology is exclusive to Amerec. It’s the only infrared sauna technology that exceeds the tough Swedish radiation standards.
Amerec’s wall-to-wall flat panel carbon-fiber CarbonFlex® IR heating system literally “wraps” you evenly in gentle heat, avoiding uncomfortable temperature fluctuations found in other IR systems. All Amerec models can be simply plugged into a 120 volt household outlet. Select one of three lighting systems depending upon the mood: reading lights, color-light therapy, or the soft ambience of valance lighting. Your preferred comfort settings for heat, sound and light are easily managed from the Touch Screen control.
One of the most common complaints about infrared saunas is uneven heat distribution — “cold spots” where no IR waves reach the body, and “hot spots” when seated directly in front of outdated ceramic or metallic IR heaters.
Amerec Far-Infrared Saunas are purpose-engineered to create the most soothing, full-body heat exposure available. Using the most advanced far-infrared technology from Japan, Amerec’s CarbonFlex® emitters generate even heat and wall to wall full body coverage.
CarbonFlex® heating panels have a larger heating surface, which ensures your perfect bathing comfort in two important ways. First, the larger surface disperses heat over a wider area, keeping their surface temperature comfortable for bathers. Secondly, maximum exposure over the widest possible area creates optimal infrared wavelengths, which in turn produces deep penetration, and soft, even heat you expect for a pure sauna experience.